State sweetens deal to bring T. Rowe Price to Pasco
Florida has added a tax credit potentially worth millions of dollars in its bundle of incentives to persuade investment company T. Rowe Price to move to Pasco County.
The latest lure — a 20-year credit on corporate income taxes — could take the total offer to the Baltimore-based company well above the $26 million total revealed last month.
County officials defended the increasingly rich financial package from taxpayers as worthwhile to bring a major employer to Pasco.
"In the scheme of things, it's a good deal," County Commissioner Ted Schrader said of the financial package. "If it didn't go to this project, it's bound to go to someplace else in the state."
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David DeCamp, Times staff writer