The Corry Area School District received $197,096 from Crawford County Treasurer Frederick Wagner’s office from money collected from delinquent real-estate taxes, penalties, interest and docket fees from Jan. 1 through Sept. 30.
The Union City Area School District received $136,339 from the same monies, which were collected by the Crawford County Tax Claim Bureau.
The money is part of $6.7 million that was collected during the nine-month period and was also distributed to Crawford County commissioners, county township supervisors, county boroughs, the cities of Meadville and Titusville, and other school districts in the county.
The treasurer’s office also received a commission of $506,890.
Crawford County also collected $135,090 from the hotel excise tax for the same time period. Of that, $132,388 was submitted to the Crawford County Tourist and Visitors Bureau, and the county earned a $2,702 commission.
The county also earned $135,300 by investing money from the general, liquid fuel, and other county accounts.
Crawford County commissioners also saw a return of $46,837 from the sale of dog licenses, fishing licenses, hunting licenses, small games of chance and bingo, boat licenses, sportsmen’s firearm permits and duck stamps.