Bill French Jr., owner of W. L. French Excavating Corporation in Billerica, Mass., spent $2 million on equipment, and estimates tax breaks saved him $1.1 million. French has put more purchases on hold, hoping the Senate Finance Committee will vote to revive the tax breaks.
Bill French Jr., owner of W. L. French Excavating Corporation in Billerica, Mass., spent $2 million on equipment, and estimates tax breaks saved him $1.1 million. French has put more purchases on hold, hoping the Senate Finance Committee will vote to revive the tax breaks. Associated Press
Bill French Jr., owner of W. L. French Excavating Corporation in Billerica, Mass., spent $2 million on equipment, and estimates tax breaks saved him $1.1 million. French has put more purchases on hold, hoping the Senate Finance Committee will vote to revive the tax breaks. Associated Press

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April 13, 2014 12:00 AM

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