Government Technology: Broadband providers looking to expand services in northern Monroe County, Ind., can now seek a tax exemption to help defray some costs if their project takes place within a certain designated area.
The Monroe County Board of Commissioners approved on Wednesday creating an Infrastructure Development Zone in northern Monroe County. The creation of the zone would allow the county to approve a personal property tax exemption to encourage utility investments — specifically broadband — in the area.
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