A 15-year accord between the City of Syracuse, Utah, and developer Ninigret concerning a 77-acre development proposed for the City's far northeast side represents a compromise reached after spirited negotiations between the parties.

Ballard Spahr attorney Randall M. Larsen, who is representing the City, said the agreement, which has yet to be made public, sets parameters for use of tax increment funds generated by the development. Mr. Larsen said development officials aggressively sought to limit the ability of City officials to change zoning laws in the process of development.

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