MUSCLE SHOALS, AL (WAFF) - The City Council approved a tax-sharing agreement with a real estate development company out of Birmingham as an incentive for a second Jack's Family Restaurant location.
Capital Growth Real Estate asked for up to $150,000 to offset development costs for the lot the company is seeking to purchase to build a second Jack's in Muscle Shoals.
City sales tax collections will be split 50-50 between the company and the city for up to five years. The agreement only allows the company to collect funds equal to verified development costs and not more than $150,000.
The city put in place years ago an incentive package to attract business development on the Wilson Dam Road corridor as that road was widened and became more heavily traveled.
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