Governor Shumlin Announces $2 Million in Downtown Tax Credits


    MORRISVILLE – July 24, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Gov. Peter Shumlin announced the allocation of nearly $2 million in tax credits to support about $18 million in building improvements and investment to help revitalize Vermont’s downtowns and community centers. Competitively awarded by the Downtown Development Board, this year’s tax credits went to 31 projects in 20 communities.

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