Crawford County Register and Recorder’s Office collected more than $1,085,000 during March, according to Beth M. Forbes, register and recorder.

Of the $1,085,238.32 collected, disbursement was as follows:

• Affordable Housing Fund turned over to county, $6,256.

• County Records Improvement Fund turned over to county, $2,118.

• Recorder of Deeds Records Improvement Fund, $3,177.

• Writ tax sent to state, $531.

• Judicial Computer System and Access to Justice fees on recordings sent to state, $38,076.50.

• Recording fees turned over to county, $23,160.96.

• State realty transfer tax deposited into a state account, $184,273.55.

• State realty transfer tax commission turned over to county, $866.43.

• Local realty transfer tax share sent to municipalities and school districts, $182,421.02.

• Commissions on collections — local realty, $3,722.91.

• Uniform Parcel Identification Fee turned over to county, $23,820.

• Writ tax commission, $19.53

• Register of Wills fees turned over to county, $7,338.

• JCS/ATJ fees on estates sent to state, $1,408.75.

• Inheritance tax deposited into a state account, $589,690.69.

• Inheritance tax commission turned over to county, $18,182.98.

• Computerization and document reproduction fee for Register of Wills, $175.

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