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Tax credit eyed for Danvers victims

Abatement would help homeowners 'pick up the pieces'

Joined by (left-right) Lieutenant Governor Timothy P. Murray, Representative Theodore Speliotis of Danvers, and Senator Frederick Berry of Peabody, Governor Patrick filed legislation to aid families whose homes were damaged in the Danvers blast. Joined by (left-right) Lieutenant Governor Timothy P. Murray, Representative Theodore Speliotis of Danvers, and Senator Frederick Berry of Peabody, Governor Patrick filed legislation to aid families whose homes were damaged in the Danvers blast. (PAT GREENHOUSE/GLOBE STAFF)
By Kay Lazar
Globe Staff / January 25, 2007

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Governor Deval Patrick announced yesterday that his first piece of legislation would offer tax relief to the Danversport families whose houses were damaged or destroyed in the Nov. 22 chemical explosion. (Full article: 399 words)

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