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Gateway plan gets look

Study’s projections say TIF revenue would fund infrastructure work

Posted: December 15, 2013 at 3 a.m.

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Property taxes generated in a tax increment financing district would be sufficient to pay for a city of Little Rock-approved $2.69 million bond issue needed for infrastructure work in the Gateway Town Center, a feasibility study concludes.

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Business, Pages 67 on 12/15/2013

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