A proposal to repeal St. Joseph County's controversial tax abatement ordinance comes up for a public hearing and a final vote Tuesday.
The measure has been stalled in a council committee for the past 18 months.
It is being revived by a sponsor who believes the tax abatement ordinance does more harm than good, when it comes to job creation efforts.
St. Joseph County's ordinance sets minimum wage requirements for companies that are seeking maximum tax breaks.
Critics say that the restrictions put St. Joseph County at a competitive disadvantage with out counties that do not have such requirements.