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Norwich, Putnam advance in federal tax credit program process

/   John Penney, Norwich Bulletin

Three of the six areas that Norwich nominated to be a part of a recently-created federal tax incentive program designed to increase business, residential and commercial development in low-income areas have advanced to the next stage. … John Penney, Norwich Bulletin Read the full article here.

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Parts of four New Haven area communities identified as possible ‘opportunity zones’

/   Luther Turmelle, New Haven Register

Four New Haven-area communities are among 27 Connecticut municipalities being nominated for a federal program designed to induce long-term private investments in low-income communities. … Luther Turmelle, New Haven Register Read the full article here.

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Gov. Reynolds, Lt. Gov. Gregg announce nominations for Iowa Opportunity Zones

/   Press Release, Gov. Kim Reynolds

Gov. Kim Reynolds and Lt. Gov. Adam Gregg, along with the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA), announced the 62 Iowa census tract nominations for Opportunity Zones designation on Friday. … Press Release, Gov. Kim Reynolds Read the full article here.

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Will opportunity zones kick-start economic development?

/   David Benda, Record Searchlight

A program that proponents believe will spur investment in economically challenged areas is being hailed by North State Congressman Doug LaMalfa. … By David Benda, Record Searchlight Read the full article here.

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Why Phoenix land owners and developers are eager to get started in ‘Opportunity Zones’

/   Brandon Brown, Phoenix Business Journal

One of the hottest topics among lawyers, real estate brokers and developers around Arizona right now is a seldom-discussed part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that congress passed in December 2017. … By Brandon Brown, Phoenix Business Journal Read the full article here.

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