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Tax credits for Bristol Township organizations

Investments support nonprofits, resident projects and businesses, with a priority on projects that address issues related to the pandemic

State Rep. Tina Davis announced more than $1.1 million in tax credits have been approved to help improve the lives of residents in Bucks County.

“These organizations go out of their way to help the people in our neighborhoods, including providing services during and in the aftermath of the pandemic, as well as fighting issues such as blight,” Davis said.

The investments are funded through the Neighborhood Assistance Program to support nonprofits, resident projects and businesses, including placing a priority on projects that address issues related to the pandemic.

“It’s rewarding to see investments going to worthy organizations, and I hope it serves as a reminder about all the positive work and services being accomplished and offered across our region,” Davis said.

The tax credits in Bristol Township are:

$250,000 – Pineview Estates: Development of a property for HiMark Windows Manufacturing.

$250,000 – Liu&Li LLC/FairyGene Inc.: Donation of hand sanitizer throughout the community in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and purchasing a larger facility in order to relocate from Newtown to Bristol.

$250,000 – Environmental Alternatives Solutions Inc.: Purchase property in Bristol Township with the purpose of developing the site and improving infrastructure.

$250,000 – BCCI Levittown LLC: Redevelop a hotel and property that currently has low occupancy and has suffered vandalism and been the site of other crimes.

$75,000 – Legal Aid of Southeastern Pa.: Implementation of a project to provide legal services for low-income residents.

$33,000 – Bucks County Opportunity Council: Help families negatively impacted by the pandemic with proven strategies for recovery.

$18,750 – YMCA of Bucks County: Address the needs of the community following the pandemic, including an increased number of children suffering from “food insecurity,” an increase in senior suicides, an increased need for mental health services and addressing the increase in obesity.

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