Delaware Politics

Downtown Development Bill Passes House

A proposal to help downtown districts attract developers has passed the House on a unanimous vote.

Photo by: Malepheasant/Wikimedia

Photo by: Malepheasant/Wikimedia

A proposal to help downtown districts attract developers has passed the House on a unanimous vote.

The bill originally proposed by Governor Jack Markell offers financial perks to developers in up to 15 districts across the state.

The Senate passed the proposal unanimously last week.

 

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