Cobb judge approves Tyler Perry’s $1.8M tax break to park his jet there

Tyler Perry will get a $1.83 million cut in Cobb County taxes in exchange for registering and basing his luxury jet at McCollum Field. On Thursday, Cobb Superior Court Judge G. Grant Brantley approved the last component of the package — a $35.3 million bond deal to refinance the aircraft. State tax experts and former Cobb leaders said they doubted the deal was worth forgoing the money. Read the full article on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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