Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

By Sydney Yalshevec

Expansion of local businesses highlights need for additional rental properties


A community cannot thrive and grow without people to make it grow. Unfortunately, Kimball has not seen much, if any, growth in the past 10 to 15 years. Kimball City Administrator Daniel Ortiz explained the importance of having a wide spectrum of housing in the Kimball area.

Kimball is in need of more housing. If Kimball is to grow and thrive it’s important that it be full of places for a variety of people to call home. At one point, Kimball had a large number of residents. Some 6,000 people called Kimball home. However, over the years that number has dwindled and Kimball is now a mere fr...

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