Historic-preservation advocates are trying to reframe the conversation around the largely inactivated state Historic Preservation Tax Credit program. Yes, historically significant buildings have been beautifully repurposed for a new generation. Yes, they showcase the state’s history as a Colonial and industrial-age force. But historic-preservation organizations are trying to bring a new emphasis to the economic…
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