Economic growth at Atlantic City airport taking off
May 08, 2018 | NJBIZ.com
Legislation is moving to create an economic growth zone around the Atlantic City International Airport. Any business which sets up shop within the “aviation district”, which is within one mile of the airport and the Federal Aviation Administration William J. Hughes Technical Center, would be eligible for lucrative tax incentives to help alleviate business costs. The bill, which cleared the Assembly Commerce and Economic Development Committee on Monday, May 07, 2018 by an 8-1 vote, would implement a Garden State Growth Zone around the airport. NJSEED supports this legislation and believes it will help alleviate some of the costs that prevent businesses from “taking off” around the Atlantic City International Airport.
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