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Tuesday, September 30, 2014, 12:41 PM

The Womble Carlyle Economic Development Digest - September 30, 2014


Womble Carlyle’s Economic Development Digest aggregates news, opportunities and legislation impacting business in the United States. In this week's Economic Development Digest: 


California


  • California BOE adopts sales tax reg on partial exemption for manufacturing, R&D equipment, TaxAnalysts.com (September 26, 2014)**
    The California State Board of Equalization has adopted a sales and use tax regulation addressing the partial exemption enacted by 2013 AB 93 2013 STT 135-8: Final State Legislation for manufacturing and research and development equipment to provide definitions, explain when the partial exemption applies, and provide the partial exemption certificate.


Florida

  • A primer on the proposed amendments, Citrus County Chronicle Online (September 20, 2014)
    Florida voters in November will have three amendments to the Florida Constitution for voters to consider. One of the amendments, the Water and Land Conservation Initiative, dedicates funds to acquire and restore Florida conservation and recreation lands, requiring 33 percent of the net revenue collected from the documentary stamp tax over the next 20 years to go toward the Land Acquisition Trust Fund.

Nevada



North Carolina


South Carolina

  • Where some see "smart growth," other see U.N. plot, The Post & Courier (September 28, 2014)
    In Charleston, South Carolina, builders and planners see combining high-density housing, retail and offices as gaining popularity, while locals express concerns over the quality of schools, transportation issues and lack of parking.

Texas


Virginia



**Note: a paid subscription is required to access this article. A brief description has been provided. Please contact Womble Carlyle’s Economic Development Team for more information on these developments.

Womble Carlyle's Economic Development Team helps clients explore opportunities for locating or expanding operations in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic U.S. Our Economic Development Team combines a thorough working knowledge of economic development incentives; land use and siting procedures; and regulatory matters at the state, county and local levels, drawing on strong relationships built over many years with key governmental and civic leaders. For more information visit www.wcsr.com/Practices/Economic-Development.
 

If you have any questions about this Economic Development Digest, please e-mail EconDigest@wcsr.com or contact any member of Womble Carlyle's Economic Development Team.
 



Contacts

North Carolina

Charlotte

Raleigh

Research Triangle Park

Winston-Salem







 

 

 

South Carolina

Charleston

Columbia

Greenville
Morris Ellison
843.720.4614
MEllison@wcsr.com








 

 

Georgia

Atlanta

 

 


 

 

Tuesday, September 9, 2014, 12:36 PM

The Womble Carlyle Economic Development Digest - September 9, 2014


Womble Carlyle’s Economic Development Digest aggregates news, opportunities and legislation impacting business in the United States.

In this week's Economic Development Digest: 


California


Florida

  • Florida Governor proposes $1 billion in tax cuts, TaxAnalysts.com (September 3, 2014)**
    Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) on August 29 called for $1 billion in tax cuts, a move that immediately drew fire from the camp of Democratic gubernatorial challenger Charlie Crist.


North Carolina



South Carolina

  • Gov. Haley touts successes in Summerville stump, The Post & Courier (September 4, 2014)
    Independent candidate Tom Ervin conducts a town-hall meeting in South Carolina in his quest to unseat South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, and he touts eliminating the South Carolina income tax.

  • York County Council meets to vote on tax district extension, Herald Online (September 3, 2014)
    A week after the local school board formally objected to an extension of the special tax district for another 10 years, the York County Council deferred sending a letter to the city agreeing to the extension. All taxing entities must agree to put any increased revenue into the tax district, therefore the city needs agreement from York County and the local school district to extend the term.

Texas



**Note: a paid subscription is required to access this article. A brief description has been provided. Please contact Womble Carlyle’s Economic Development Team for more information on these developments.

Womble Carlyle's Economic Development Team helps clients explore opportunities for locating or expanding operations in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic U.S. Our Economic Development Team combines a thorough working knowledge of economic development incentives; land use and siting procedures; and regulatory matters at the state, county and local levels, drawing on strong relationships built over many years with key governmental and civic leaders. For more information visit www.wcsr.com/Practices/Economic-Development.

If you have any questions about this Economic Development Digest, please e-mail EconDigest@wcsr.com or contact any member of Womble Carlyle's Economic Development Team.



Contacts

North Carolina

Charlotte

Raleigh

Research Triangle Park

Winston-Salem







 

 

 

South Carolina

Charleston

Columbia

 
Morris Ellison
843.720.4614
MEllison@wcsr.com



 



 


 
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