A key city-county council committee approved a controversial plan last week to expand Indianapolis’ large, lucrative downtown tax-increment financing district.

The expansion would advance a roughly $50 million economic development project that includes renovation of a fire station and new residential and retail buildings along a key downtown corridor, according to local reports.

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