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Tucson City Council votes to renew Central Business District

Jasmine Demers | Arizona Daily Star 

The Tucson City Council voted to renew the Central Business District for an additional 10 years Tuesday, but opted to delay expansion discussions as community members continue to express their concerns.

The Central Business District was first adopted by the council in 2012 as a way to boost economic development within the city through financial incentives. Businesses located within the designated district are eligible to apply for up to eight years of property tax abatement, which is called a Government Property Lease Excise Tax, or GPLET.

After a proposal was made to expand the central business district earlier this year, many community members and neighborhood associations scrutinized the incentive process, saying it contributes to the gentrification of historic neighborhoods, the displacement of residents and doesn’t hold developers accountable.

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