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February 24, 2014 12:00 AM

California launches successor to enterprise zone program

Elk Grove has never had an enterprise zone, one of 40 economically struggling areas around California that offer special tax credits for businesses. It also never has had a redevelopment project, a local program meant to fight blight by subsidizing new development.

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