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Preservation push: Advocates seek more tax credits for revitalizing historic properties (access required)

Tax credits for historic preservation helped finance revitalization of the Simon Silk Mill in Easton, which has been renamed Silk. - (Photo / File)

A Pennsylvania tax credit that helps developers rebuild historic properties could end in 2020 unless the state legislature passes a reauthorization bill that includes greater incentives for using the credit.

A Pennsylvania tax credit that helps developers rebuild historic properties could end in 2020 unless the state legislature passes a reauthorization bill that includes greater incentives for using the credit.

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