Developer Abuse? City Reviews Tax Incentive Program 

The city launched a tax incentive program in 1979 to encourage homeowners to fix up rundown buildings in blighted neighborhoods. But in recent years it's become a favorite of the city's biggest developers, who can incorporate small structures that qualify for the…

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