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- I was at the meeting last night and I believe the 8.9 million you mentioned in your article was strickly additional ad valorem tax revenue generated from the Rosemary district's alignment. The 8.9M was a 10 year accumulative figure. I would estimate that this would reflect well over 150 Million in additional private development along that single streetcar corridor. This of course does not take into consideration the additional sales tax revenue or the many additional jobs being created due to the new development.
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