Allentown program said costly to state
Allentown's highly successful Neighborhood Improvement Zone has attracted more than $500 million in new development in two years, but critics say that has come at a high price regarding state revenue.
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#1 Jun 16, 2013
I believe whatever is writting this propaganda about the downtown Brown Hole and its writters are putting the turtel before the hair? The gags writters need to get a grip as sales are down and there jobs are bleck too!
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