Second from left and surrounded by members of his cabinet and state legislators, NC Governor Pat McCrory urges the NC House and Senate to get moving on HB 152, the New Historic Preservation Tax Credit bill stalled in a Senate committee since late March, 2015. McCrory, along with members of his cabinet and some state legislators spoke on the east side of the State Capitol Wednesday touting the strong points of reviving historic downtown areas across NC with the help of this revival of the Historic Tax Credit.
Second from left and surrounded by members of his cabinet and state legislators, NC Governor Pat McCrory urges the NC House and Senate to get moving on HB 152, the New Historic Preservation Tax Credit bill stalled in a Senate committee since late March, 2015. McCrory, along with members of his cabinet and some state legislators spoke on the east side of the State Capitol Wednesday touting the strong points of reviving historic downtown areas across NC with the help of this revival of the Historic Tax Credit. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Second from left and surrounded by members of his cabinet and state legislators, NC Governor Pat McCrory urges the NC House and Senate to get moving on HB 152, the New Historic Preservation Tax Credit bill stalled in a Senate committee since late March, 2015. McCrory, along with members of his cabinet and some state legislators spoke on the east side of the State Capitol Wednesday touting the strong points of reviving historic downtown areas across NC with the help of this revival of the Historic Tax Credit. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

Revive the historic tax credit to revive NC’s downtowns

August 13, 2015 06:37 PM

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