The Times-Standard

Fortuna officials and Danco Builders Northwest representatives broke ground on the company's newest low-income housing project Friday.

Rohner Village will consist of 35 units, a playground and green spaces, according to a Danco press release. The housing project will be located at School Street and Ross Hill Road in Fortuna, according to Danco.

Construction is expected to be finished by May 2013, and accepted applicants will be able to move in during April and May 2013, according to the company.

Those who attended Friday's groundbreaking ceremony included Fortuna Mayor Doug Strehl, City Manager Duane Rigge, city council members Ken Zanzi and Sue Long, Fortuna building official Gary Goade, building inspector Jeff Baldwin, project architect Garrett McSorley, and future Construction Project Manager Paul Davis.

Company President and CEO Dan Johnson and Danco Secretary Chris Dart spoke about the project's development phase and the rental and utility rates available to future tenants.

For more information, visit www.danco-group.com/rohnervillage or call Danco at (707) 822-9000.