Regional economic development plan

 


The City of Kimball was invited, as was nearly all the Panhandle municipalities, to join an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement for Economic Development Purposes.

Council authorized Mayor Keith Prunty to sign the agreement, effectively joining the City of Kimball to the regional economic development cooperative.

Originally started in Scottsbluff, this agreement allows for entities throughout the area to join forces when requesting funds from the state. Council member Christy Warner was selected to represent the Kimball City Council on that committee.

“It is the Western Nebraska Economic Deve...



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