City Commission OKs tax incentives for Jordahl project

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Posted: Friday, April 10, 2020 6:00 am

The Hillsboro City Commission on Monday OK’d a long-sought-after property tax break for Jordahl Custom Homes and learned more details about a pipe break that left residents without water earlier in the day.

City leaders unanimously approved a request for a payment in lieu of taxes for Fargo developer Rob Jordahl, who has plans to build a multi-family housing project west of Second Street North and north of Kiwanis Senior Housing in Hillsboro.

The project has encountered a series of delays since news of Jordahl’s interest in building in Hillsboro surfaced more than three years ago.

City Commission President Terry Sando recommended officials approve property tax incentives for the project Monday with the lone condition that Jordahl sign the proposed agreement before it takes effect.

“We feel the agreement is good to go now,” Sando said during the meeting, which was conducted online due to concerns about spreading the coronavirus.

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