After receipt of a record $111,343.83 in sales tax revenue from its Logan County jail taxes in July, the county should reach the one-third mark in bond payments on the construction costs next month.

Logan County sold $12.1 in bonds to pay for the construction of its new detention center on Grober Street in Paris. Through last week’s collections, county residents have paid back a little more than $3,942,000 on the one-half percent to build the jail.

The tax is repealed after payback of the bonded debt.

A second tax, for operation and maintenance of the facility has taken in the same amount.

July’s receipts mark the fifth time in seven months the taxes have topped $100,000, which is the most for any year since the tax took effect on Jan. 1 of 2017.

July’s remission from State Treasure Dennis Milligan’s office is reflective of taxes collected by county vendors in May, which are turned over to the Department of Finance & Administration in June, and then to the collecting entities in July.