Murphy pushes smaller, wider brownfields tax incentives plan

DAVID CRUZ / NJTV NEWS – Gov. Phil Murphy’s carefully-orchestrated budget-promoting events are serving as a good showcase for his toastmaster skills.

Monday, the governor was in South Amboy at the Y to make a pitch along with Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin for his brownfields Redevelopment Tax Credit program, $20 million in all, capped at $4 million per site.

“Instead of benefiting mostly larger sites, this new competitive grant will provide grater flexibility for communities where smaller brownfields are no less in need of attention and no less capable of delivering back real benefits for their residents and taxpayers,” said Murphy …

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