260 more low-income communities in Georgia designated as opportunity zones

Two hundred sixty more low-income communities in Georgia have been designed as federal opportunity zones, in which businesses can receive income tax credits for creating jobs.

The list of new opportunity zones includes three in Savannah and several in Troup County.

The Savannah zones are Census Tract 109.01, on the southside; Census Tracts 1, 12, 33.01 and 6.01, which are located west of Martin Luther King Jr., Boulevard and Census Tracts 27, 21, 11 and 101.11, which are east of Price Street…

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