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Brownfields bills moving through Legislature as one-time boost in tax credits is sought

New sidewalks, crosswalks and landscaping are among the improvements along Gaines St., designated a Tallahassee brownfield cleanup site in 2000. Photo by Bruce Ritchie.

Bills that would extend liability protection for the clean up of contamination sites known as "brownfields" are moving through the House and Senate.

Bill supporters, including the Florida Brownfields Association, also are asking the Legislature to boost a $5 million annual tax credit for cleanups to reduce or eliminate what was a $14.7 million backlog of applications in 2013.

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