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LETTER: New urban renewal law brings more interaction between taxing entities

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From the press office of Sen. Rollie Heath (D-Boulder)

Urban renewal projects clearly bring new life to blighted communities, yet the most equitable funding structures for the projects are not always as clear. (On May 29), Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law (House Bill 15-1348) designed to bring more interaction between taxing entities to the process.


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