At last night’s Morris City Council meeting, the council members unanimously approved amending a TIF agreement it has with the Legacy Living complex to allow for expansion of 10 more units. Nick Ehlers helps the city sort through some of the financial details of such matters, and explained that Legacy Living will be making a $1 million investment in the community.
City Manager Blaine Hill said the project will be used for a memory care unit, something needed in the area. Two of the 10 units will be designated for “affordable housing.”
The Council also approved a second agreement to provide an additional $50,000 of TIF funds to help the project.