Some tax credits in City for Champions plan are notoriously hard to get 

$10 million, with an asterisk

Every week brings a new debate over funding for the city's $250 million City for Champions initiative. Dominating those discussions are local sales tax revenues, envisioned as supplying more than $100 million of the cost. But C4C backers also have written $10…

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