Archive | May, 2009

Legislative Update

This week, the Senate and House will be preparing conference reports on the state budget. It is likely that legislators will spend a fair amount of time in conferences set for this week. However, there is the persistent possibility that legislation related to the historic preservation tax credit may be put into action. The following [...]

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Not Just for Big Cities

Missouri’s Historic Tax Credit program is under fire by a group of senators who have sought to frame this debate in terms of “urban” versus “rural.” They cite examples such as the plans for the Ballpark Village in St. Louis to argue that the Historic Tax Credits only benefit big developers in urban centers.

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