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Yoon to propose ‘green’ tax incentives for Hub

Residents, firms could convert roofs

Mayoral candidate Sam Yoon is proposing a tax credit for green roofs. WGBH installed such a roof at its Brighton studios last year. Mayoral candidate Sam Yoon is proposing a tax credit for green roofs. WGBH installed such a roof at its Brighton studios last year. (Mark Wilson/ Globe Staff/ File 2008)
By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / July 29, 2009

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Following the lead of Chicago, New York, and other cities, mayoral candidate Sam Yoon will introduce legislation with the City Council tonight to offer financial incentives for people to convert Boston rooftops into green space, as part of a wider “GreenPrint’’ for the city his campaign unveiled yesterday. (Full article: 661 words)

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