City of Columbus settles with owners of Jordy McTaggart’s

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COLUMBUS, Ind.—The Columbus Redevelopment Commission has approved a settlement between the owners of Jordy McTaggart’s and the City of Columbus on Tuesday afternoon. As part of the deal, the previous tenants have recruited the Bravo family, the owners of Luciana’s. According to the redevelopment commission’s legal counsel, Stan Gamso, the agreement minimizes the downtime in the space by providing an excellent tenant with a proven track record with restaurants in the state. Gamso also says the city will not have outstanding rent and property taxes left unpaid, and demand for a downtown Mexican restaurant will be satisfied. In addition to locating new tenants, Jordy’s previous owners have agreed to pay the city $48,000 to cover the remaining rental fees and property taxes.

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