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premium content Advocates seek more tax credits for revitalizing historic properties

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Tax credits for historic preservation helped finance Silk, the name given to the revitalization of the Simon Silk Mill in Easton. PHOTO/brian pedersen
Tax credits for historic preservation helped finance Silk, the name given to the revitalization of the Simon Silk Mill in Easton. PHOTO/brian pedersen

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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