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Tucked Into the Tax Bill, a Plan to Help Distressed America

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Dayton wants in on Trump’s tax reform program

/   Cornelius Frolik , Dayton Daily News

DAYTON–The state of Ohio has nominated large sections of Dayton to be opportunity zones, which under Trump’s federal tax reform bill can give tax breaks to investments in those areas. … By Cornelius Frolik, Dayton Daily News Read the full article here.

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Waterloo seeks “opportunity zone” designations

/   Tim Jamison, The Courier

WATERLOO — The city is putting its worst foot forward to secure the use of a new federal tax incentive program for distressed neighborhoods. … By Tim Jamison, The Courier Read the full article here.

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Governor designates Opportunity Zones in county

/   Brad Kellar, Herald-Banner

More than a half-dozen tracts in Hunt County have been designated as Opportunity Zones by Governor Gregg Abbott. … By Brad Kellar, Herald-Banner Read the full article here.

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President Trump tax law provision could uplift Trenton and Hamilton Township

/   Sulaiman Abdur-Rahman, The Trentonian

TRENTON >> President Donald Trump’s signature tax reform law could promote urban revitalization in the most distressed parts of Trenton and Hamilton Township. … By Sulaiman Abdur-Rahman, The Trentonian Read the full article here.

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Input offered on opportunity zone designations

/   Julie Zeeb, The Daily News

Red Bluff — The Tehama County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to approve recommendations for an opportunity zone program stemming from a 2017 federal tax reform bill. … By Julie Zeeb, Daily News Read the full article here.

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Kasich picks 320 Ohio census tracks to recommend to feds for ‘Opportunity Zone’ designation

/   Jay Miller, Crain's Cleveland Business

Ohio Gov. John Kasich has chosen 320 census tracts to recommend to the U.S. Treasury Department to be designated as Opportunity Zones (OZ), which, if accepted, would make development or redevelopment projects in these census tracts, which are considered economically distressed, more attractive to private sector investment. … By Jay Miller, Crain’s Cleveland Business Read the…

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