January 2023 Collection [HOT]
Sales tax receipts totaled $1.3 billion for January, $11.6 million above estimate. Year-to-date sales tax collections total $8.4 billion, which is $146.4 million, or 1.8 percent, more than anticipated.
January 2023 Collection
Personal income tax (PIT) revenue in January was $1.7 billion, $243.7 million below estimate. This brings year-to-date PIT collections to $9.2 billion, which is $216.6 million, or 2.3 percent, below estimate.
January corporation tax revenue of $223.4 million was $13.8 million above estimate. Year-to-date corporation tax collections total $3.0 billion, which is $342.4 million, or 13.1 percent, above estimate.
City offices will be closed on Monday, January 2, 2023, for the New Year's holiday which falls on Sunday Jan. 1, 2023. As a result, trash," A" week recycling, bulk and brush collection will be delayed one day for the entire week.
City offices will be closed on Monday, Jan. 16, 2023, for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday. As a result, trash," A" week recycling, bulk and brush collection will be delayed one day for the entire week.
City offices will be closed on Monday June 19, 2023, in observance of the Juneteenth holiday. As a result, trash, "A" week recycling, bulk and brush collection will be delayed one day for the entire week.
City offices will be closed on Monday, Dec. 25, 2023, in observance of the Christmas Day holiday. As a result, trash, "B" week recycling, bulk and brush collection will be delayed one day for the entire week.
During extreme weather conditions (very hot or very cold/icy), collection schedules may be modified. If you have any questions about your schedule or any other services, please call Customer Service at 336-883-3111.
Ring in the New Year by offering your library patrons timely and engaging e-book content developed by librarians. The EBSCO Collection Development has recently curated dozens of new e-book collections for libraries.
New and updated e-book featured collections for January include several updated DRM-Free collections on timely topics such as diversity and inclusion and social and public welfare. DRM-Free collections continue to gain in popularity in academic libraries because they are easily accessible, allow unlimited user access and do not require multiple logins.
This list represents e-book collections released through January 1, 2023. You can view the titles included in each collection by browsing them in EBSCOhost Collection Manager (ECM) or requesting a title list from an EBSCO representative. Please note that not all titles in each collection are available for sale worldwide or in all markets. See available titles in ECM.
FY2023 year-to-date collections totaled approximately $21.643 billion, which is $229 million or 1.0% less than collections in the same period of FY2022, but $922 million or 4.4% above the year-to-date benchmark.
The January and fiscal-year-to-date revenue benchmarks have not been updated to reflect the revised FY2023 revenue collections forecast of $39.768 billion announced by Secretary of Administration and Finance Matthew J. Gorzkowicz on January 30, 2023. They are still based on the FY2023 budget signed on July 28, 2022, which assumed FY2023 revenue collections of $39.618 billion.
Mayor Moe and the Department of Public Works is pleased to announce that the City of Laurel will be collecting live Christmas trees for recycling on Wednesdays during the month of January again in 2023! Our drivers will be looking for Christmas Trees out for collection automatically on Wednesdays through January. While you are not required to contact the City to request a tree pickup, doing so is recommended to ensure your tree is not missed. Please reach out to us by phone (301-725-0088) or by email ([email protected]).
Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication (including language interpreting) or a modification of policies or procedures to participate in this event should contact Chris at 961-8554 as soon as possible, but no later January 13, 2023.
We are also adding the inflation rate and interest rate to the dashboard.These metrics, which are pulled from an API (available only for the USA), provide users with valuable insights into the economic factors that may be impacting their accounts.Understanding the inflation rate can help users make informed decisions about their pricing and how it may be impacted by changes in the economy. It can also help them understand the purchasing power of their customers and make adjustments to their collections strategies accordingly.The interest rate, on the other hand, can help users understand the cost of borrowing money and make decisions about how to finance their operations. It can also impact the amount of money customers are able to pay on their accounts, and understanding this metric can help users make informed decisions about their collections efforts.
Overall, we believe these upcoming features will be valuable additions to the Gaviti A/R collections dashboard and will help our users optimize their collections efforts. We look forward to bringing these features to our users soon.
The Publish options screen also lets you set the sharing level for your collection and contains a link to the collection settings in case you want to make any final adjustments there before publishing.
As anticipated in our news of 02 April here, we are pleased to inform of the forthcoming opportunities to gradually access the historical Copernicus Sentinel-2 Collection-1 Level-1C and Level-2A , starting in January 2023.
The Copernicus Sentinel-2 Collection-1 is being gradually generated over the historical archive of Sentinel-2A and Sentinel-2B observations recorded in the period spanning from the Sentinel-2A satellite launch back in 2015 until December 2021. The activity is expected to complete by Q4 2023.
From now on, the interested users are invited to stay tuned on the Collection-1 data access page to get informed on the sensing periods effectively available along time, and to start making use of the long-term time-series that will gradually be generated until Q3 2023, harmonised with all features matured over the years in the Collection-1 configuration.
Womenswear Fall/Winter 2023/2024 showroom session will take place at the Palais de Tokyo from Wednesday 01st to Tuesday 7th, January, 2023. A digital version will also be available by invitation with the help of Le New Black and Grand Shooting.
When your service falls on or after a holiday, your collection will be delayed one day for the rest of that week only. There will be no delays for city holidays that do not impact collection schedules.
For example, for a Monday holiday, Monday's collections will be on Tuesday, Tuesday's collection on Wednesday, Wednesday's collection on Thursday, Thursday's collection on Friday and Friday's collection on Saturday for that week only.
Bulk item pickup service occurs once a month on the same day of the week as your regular trash collection day during the first full week of the month. Enter your service address into the home address bar on this page and select Calendar to see your next collection days and monthly calendars including holidays and your Bulk item pickup week.
The volume-based trash fee initiative shifts the cost of collection services to the residents receiving the services, eventually freeing up General Fund dollars for programs and services that benefit all residents. Moving to a volume-based pricing system will also allow for enhanced and expanded services such as weekly recycling and composting collection.
Weekly compost collections will begin in July 2023. Service will be phased in by trash district every couple months as we get through the city. Gradually phasing in our weekly compost service will allow us to better educate and coordinate with residents, mitigate contamination, and allow our collection routes to grow with the service. We will reach out directly to residents within each district before their service begins with resources to help them prepare. Until compost service begins, no action is needed, residents will continue to receive the Phased Service Roll-out Credit on their invoice.
The fee applies to the approximately 180,000 households that receive trash collection services from the City and County of Denver, specifically, single-family homes and residential buildings with up to seven units.
Customers who want only trash service can request to have their composting and/or recycling carts taken away, but this will not change the amount they pay for collection service, which is based on the size of their trash cart. We encourage customers who are new to composting to try the service for at least a few months to see if it can work for their household.
Neighbors (particularly in duplexes or multifamily complexes) may share carts, but each resident will continue to pay for collection. The resident with the carts will be charged for a small, medium or large trash cart; other residents will need to pay at least the minimum fee of $9/month. Fees have been set based on the cost of collection services at all eligible homes, and all eligible residences must pay the fee or be covered by a rebate.
Please call 311 or submit a complaint online to report illegal dumping as quickly as possible so that the City can send someone out to inspect the situation. One way to avoid illegal dumping is by storing carts properly between collection days, out of the right of way and on your property.
Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Rules and Regulations Governing the Volume-based Trash Pricing Program by the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure's Solid Waste Management Division.All interested parties are hereby given notice that the City and County of Denver Department of Transportation and Infrastructure and Department of Human Services, through the authority set forth in DRMC 48-45, will hold a public hearing to consider the proposedRules and Regulations Governing the Volume-based Trash Pricing ProgramThe hearing will be held at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 11, 2023, through a virtual hearing via ZOOM.Hearing Information 041b061a72