This new home on Second Street in Gulfport is one of six on the City Council agenda to be approved for seven-year reprieves from city taxes under a program designed to bring residents back to the beach. The tax abatement program encompasses new businesses and homes south of the CSX railroad tracks.
This new home on Second Street in Gulfport is one of six on the City Council agenda to be approved for seven-year reprieves from city taxes under a program designed to bring residents back to the beach. The tax abatement program encompasses new businesses and homes south of the CSX railroad tracks. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com
This new home on Second Street in Gulfport is one of six on the City Council agenda to be approved for seven-year reprieves from city taxes under a program designed to bring residents back to the beach. The tax abatement program encompasses new businesses and homes south of the CSX railroad tracks. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com

Gulfport says this program is bringing homeowners back to the beach

November 08, 2016 2:26 PM