Susan Kluttz, Secretary of the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources, and Apex Mayor Bill Sutton, center, discuss tax credits as they walk down Salem Street in historic downtown Apex. Kluttz is in the middle of a statewide tour of downtowns as she lobbies legislators to bring back the tax credit program used to restore historic buildings.
Susan Kluttz, Secretary of the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources, and Apex Mayor Bill Sutton, center, discuss tax credits as they walk down Salem Street in historic downtown Apex. Kluttz is in the middle of a statewide tour of downtowns as she lobbies legislators to bring back the tax credit program used to restore historic buildings. wdoran@newsobserver.com
Susan Kluttz, Secretary of the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources, and Apex Mayor Bill Sutton, center, discuss tax credits as they walk down Salem Street in historic downtown Apex. Kluttz is in the middle of a statewide tour of downtowns as she lobbies legislators to bring back the tax credit program used to restore historic buildings. wdoran@newsobserver.com

Historic preservation tax credit debate highlights Apex

January 28, 2015 04:30 PM

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