Restorations of the Clayton Spinning Mill have stalled due to the economic slump. Developers hope to take advantage of North Carolina’s historic tax credit, which would be restored under a House bill discussed Tuesday.
Restorations of the Clayton Spinning Mill have stalled due to the economic slump. Developers hope to take advantage of North Carolina’s historic tax credit, which would be restored under a House bill discussed Tuesday. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
Restorations of the Clayton Spinning Mill have stalled due to the economic slump. Developers hope to take advantage of North Carolina’s historic tax credit, which would be restored under a House bill discussed Tuesday. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
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