McInnis Cement seeking tax stabilization agreement to improve ProvPort building

THIS AERIAL photograph shows ProvPort, with Save The Bay located south of the property, and Johnson & Wales University Harbor Campus located to the southwest. A Canadian company proposing to import cement through the Port of Providence is scheduled for a hearing Thursday at Providence City Hall on its request for tax incentives to improve its local facility. / COURTESY PROVPORT
THIS AERIAL photograph shows ProvPort, with Save The Bay located south of the property, and Johnson & Wales University Harbor Campus located to the southwest. A Canadian company proposing to import cement through the Port of Providence is scheduled for a hearing Thursday at Providence City Hall on its request for tax incentives to improve its local facility. / COURTESY PROVPORT
PROVIDENCE – A Canadian company that has proposed to import cement through the Port of Providence is scheduled for a hearing Thursday at Providence City Hall on its request for tax incentives to improve its local facility. McInnis USA Inc., a subsidiary of Montreal-based McInnis Cement, has requested a 12-year tax stabilization agreement for the…

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