What taxes are captured?

The Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (BRA) only captures the property taxes paid by the developer on the additional taxable value as assessed and created by the new investment made to the property. The increased portion of tax revenues, or the "tax increment," is temporarily "captured" by the BRA to reimburse the developer for eligible activities up to a maximum of  30 years.

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1. What does the Brownfield Redevelopment Authority do?
2. What is an eligible property?
3. What is an eligible activity?
4. What taxes are captured?
5. How is the Local Brownfield Revolving Fund (LBRF) created?
6. How can the LBRF be used?