Michigan Encourages Grocery Development

The state of Michigan is offering tax incentives to companies that develop or expand grocery stores in underserved areas. Public Act 231, which amends the state's Commercial Rehabilitation Act, has the potential to generate economic growth that could lead to approximately $852 million in sales and 3,020 additional jobs in Michigan, the state's departments of agriculture and treasury said last week.

LANSING, Mich. — The state of Michigan is offering tax incentives to companies that develop or expand grocery stores in underserved areas.

Public Act 231, which amends the state's Commercial Rehabilitation Act, has the potential to generate economic growth that could lead to approximately $852 million in sales and 3,020 additional jobs in Michigan, the state's departments of agriculture and treasury said last week.

“Not only is this an economic development tool, but it

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