Historic tax credit could make historic comeback

If Alabama senators Jabo Waggoner (R-Vestavia Hills) and Del Marsh (R-Anniston) have their way, renovating Alabama’s historic buildings is going to get a lot cheaper. The Historical Rehabilitation Tax Credit expired in 2016, and these two state senators are re-introducing the credit this legislative session.

The Lyric Theatre benefited from the original historical renovation tax credit, which expired in 2016

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Happy 197th Birthday Alabama! “… where our future and aspirations are bright like a sunrise.”

Montgomery Alabama
Photo by: Pat Byington  – Sunrise at the  Alabama State Capitol 

Today – December 14th, 1819 is the date Alabama was admitted into the union.

197 years.

The photo above was taken at sunrise at the State Capitol in Montgomery.

Nearing ever more closer to our state’s bicentennial, let’s declare it “morning in Alabama” – where our future and aspirations are bright like a sunrise.