Incentive Watch

Sunday, May 01, 2005

A new stadium for the Florida Marlins has at least one newspaper columnist yelling "pork". Read more.

The Saints and Louisiana are still miles apart on their negotiations. Read more. Meanwhile, the Colts got some support from Indiana. Read more.

The draft of the contract between Dell Inc. and the city of Winston-Salem, Forsyth County, Winston-Salem Business Inc., the Winston-Salem Alliance and the Millennium Fund is available. Read more. Download the agreement.

With high gas prices, more states are looking at incentives for renewable fuels. Read more. For example, last week, Florida's House passed legislation to promote hydrogen. Read more. In Colorado, a renewable energy tour is designed to promote development in rural areas. Learn more.

Sedgwick County commissioners agreed unanimously to invest $1 million in public money to keep AirTran Airways flying to Wichita. Read more.

Macon is putting money into a Bass Pro Shops. The deal supposedly lines up with what other cities have provided. Read more.

Here's a good overview article on incentives. Read more.

posted by Ed Morrison |

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