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Bob Cox weighs in on WGBH story on State Tax Credits and Redevelopment

GBH News published “A Drop In State Tax Credits For Redeveloping Former Factory Sites Is Hampering Growth In Worcester, Experts Say” accompanied by a segment from GBH Radio.  This segment discussed The Brownfield Tax Credit and the recent significant drop in credits awarded to developers by Massachusetts’ Department of Revenue (DOR). The DOR recently released proposed changes to its tax credit program, and Bob Cox weighed in on this matter. Below is an excerpt from the interview.

“The big issue that we’re seeing that are not being addressed here is the timing. Being able to move these applications along and have a decision issued by DOR.”

Listen to the full segment from “A Drop In State Tax Credits For Redeveloping Former Factory Sites Is Hampering Growth In Worcester, Experts Say” on the GBH website.

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Robert D. Cox, Jr.

Box Cox is an environmental lawyer with over 30 years of experience helping clients facing complex, technically challenging environmental compliance and enforcement actions throughout Massachusetts. Bob counsels primarily businesses, public utilities and municipal authorities in water, air, hazardous waste and solid waste matters before the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection and municipal regulatory boards. “I represent the regulated community,” Bob explains, “including owners, builders, developers, manufacturers, and schools and colleges, looking at potential high-cost compliance with government regulations. My clients turn to me because I’m practical and hands-on and because I’ve worked directly with the regulators, some often for many years.”

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Box Cox is an environmental lawyer with over 30 years of experience helping clients facing complex, technically challenging environmental compliance and enforcement actions throughout Massachusetts. Bob counsels primarily businesses, public utilities and municipal authorities in water, air, hazardous waste and solid waste matters before the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection and municipal regulatory boards. “I represent the regulated community,” Bob explains, “including owners, builders, developers, manufacturers, and schools and colleges, looking at potential high-cost compliance with government regulations. My clients turn to me because I’m practical and hands-on and because I’ve worked directly with the regulators, some often for many years.”

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