Bills that would give tax incentives to developers for cleaning up brownfield sites are going to the Michigan governor's desk.
The Senate voted 32-6 Tuesday to approve House changes. One change calls for 35 percent of redevelopment projects to be located in cities with under 100,000 people.
The legislation would let developers keep $40 million of taxes generated annually from jobs and residents at the sites and $200 million in construction taxes over the program's life.
The money would help cover the cost of cleaning up brownfield sites.