Historic-preservation advocates had hoped for more to celebrate this past week. Yes, the life of the state’s Historic Preservation Tax Credit program appeared to have been extended. But another bill, to replenish the credit fund for the first time since 2013, never made it out of committee hearings. The tax-credit program had been set to…
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