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Funds for affordable housing could help balance supply and demand for lodging in western North Dakota, officials said Thursday.

The North Dakota Housing Finance Agency is offering $15 million in dollar-for-dollar tax credits to be used to construct or rehabilitate multi-family units, Executive Director Michael Anderson said. The HFA has allocated $25,000 in tax credits.

"This is a way that taxpayers can have a say in how some of their tax dollars can be spent," he said.

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