Bakersfield, California, California’s Auto Auction Mall has won a $1,400,000 tax credit from the California Department of Finance and Consumer Services for its auto auction section.
The tax credit is part of a larger program that gives up to $500,000 to local businesses for property-tax relief.
The program was launched in 2018 and offers a $400 credit for an annual property tax refund.
The credit can be used for purchases that qualify under the program, such as furniture, office equipment, and even furniture.
The state also gives up up to a $500 credit for purchases in certain categories.
The Bakersfields’ auction house is one of the city’s largest and has been home to some of the most iconic pieces in Americana since the 1920s.
The section, which includes a variety of car and motorcycle brands, has seen some major renovations since the 1970s.
Now, the Bakersfeld area is home to the Auto Auction Center.
It has an auction house, a large parking lot, and a few restaurants and cafes that cater to the auto dealers and collectors that frequent the mall.
The center has also received tax credits from other local government entities, such a county, city, and county council.
The city of Bakersport is also participating in the program.
Bakerspitters president Mike Linn said the program is an “important tool to help improve the quality of life for our community.”
The state’s incentives have helped create a local economy that is “a real boon to the city of downtown Bakersworth,” Linn added.
Batteries Up, Guns Down Auto Auction sales have increased in recent years, and the Bakerfield area has seen an increase in gun sales in recent weeks.
On Saturday, a gunman killed 10 people at a church in Charleston, South Carolina.
In January, a man opened fire at a historic Confederate battle flag display at the Statehouse in Columbia, South Dakota.
The National Rifle Association said the event was a “despicable display of hatred” and that the Charleston church shooting was “a wake-up call” for the nation.