Letter: Alternative thinking for tax increment financing
To the Editor:
The past and future application of tax increment financing has been a central element in the debate about who is going to be the next mayor of DeKalb.
Projects to beautify, repair, rebuild, and otherwise invest in objects have been the subject of endless debate. I would like to propose a different and likely controversial idea, that the idea of tax increment financing could be changed from a method to invest in things, to a method to invest in people. An entrepreneurship program.
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