Study touts historic tax credit plans

Rhode Island’s 3-year-old historic tax credit is a mighty economic engine, pumping $795 million in economic activity into the state, generating jobs and returning many once-forgotten properties to the tax rolls, according to a study by a real estate consulting company. The study by Columbia, Md.-based Lipman, Frizzell and Mitchell is based on the 111…

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