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BOSTON—If you are a housing developer already located within an opportunity zone, you might as well enhance the area even more and do things that can help the community and its residents, says John W. Gahan III, a partner with Sullivan & Worcester, a locally-based international law firm. “Open up community rooms, host job fairs, conduct workforce training, buildout a child care center, and generally find ways to give back to the community.”


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