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Affordable-housing incentive could cost Montgomery County $57 million

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A bill intended to encourage the construction of affordable housing in Montgomery County could cost the county as much as $57 million in funds for school and road construction, a new analysis shows.Introduced by County Councilwoman Nancy Floreen, D-at large, the bill exempts from paying development taxes developers of residential buildings where at least 25 percent of the apartments have...

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