Usually, or quite often for sure, the richest of the rich are first in line for tax breaks, discounts, or anything else that will save them a dime. Some of them will actually trample lower income, more deserving folk, along the way.How probable is it that those seeking a break in such costs can actually afford to pay them, and who makes up the difference in the tax 'relief'?
Great Barrington, Egremont property owners to pay minimum Solarize Mass cost
The Great Barrington and Egremont property owners participating in Solarize Mass will pay the minimum startup costs for enrolling in the state-sponsored solar energy program expected to help them save money on their electric bills.
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