Md. bill requiring prevailing wage on TIF projects expected to return 

The commercial development industry in Maryland managed to stave off a bill requiring developers receiving certain public financing to pay laborers the prevailing wage, but the bill is expected back next year. House Bill 466 sponsored by Del. Cory McCray, D-District 45, would’ve forced developers receiving $500,000 in tax increment financing to pay a jurisdiction’s prevailing ...

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