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Tax credit program would help redevelop Hotel Northland

7:08 AM, Mar. 19, 2013
Green Bay wants to save historic Hotel Northland
Green Bay wants to save historic Hotel Northland: Green Bay wants to restore the glory of the former Hotel Northland downtown. State historic tax credits might help. (March 18, 2013)
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When Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt announces a redevelopment plan for the Northland Hotel on Wednesday, a key part of that project will be a proposal to increase tax credits for historic preservation.

State Reps. Chad Weininger, R-Green Bay, and Andre Jacques, R-De Pere, said Monday they are sponsoring legislation to increase historic preservation tax credits from 5 to 20 percent of investment.

"This is a critical piece of legislation to help spur redevelopment of downtown," Schmitt said during a press conference in the lobby of the former hotel, which most recently was a housing complex. ...

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