Leibham Discusses Prospects For Increase in Historic Preservation Tax Credit

21 December 2017 Urban Milwaukee News
Public Affairs Director Joe Leibham is quoted in an Urban Milwaukee article, “Historic Preservation Tax Credits Survive,” about legislative efforts to increase Wisconsin’s $500,000 cap on tax credits for historic preservation projects.

Leibman said legislation that would remove or increase the $500,000 cap is expected to be introduced in the spring. He also noted that Rich Zipperer, chief of staff to Gov. Scott Walker, has offered “conceptual support” for a proposal that would raise the cap to $3.5 million per project.


Joseph K. Leibham

Director, Public Affairs

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