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By LuAnn Schindler

Ewing trustees learn about economic opportunities


February 17, 2022

LuAnn Schindler | SAM

Ewing village clerk Sharon Swails and trustees James Ramold, Bill Graber and Kane Fry listen to a report of possible economic development programs offered by Central Nebraska Economic Development District, Monday, during the board's regular February meeting.

Judy Petersen, executive director of the Central Nebraska Economic Development District, met with Ewing Village Board of Trustees, Monday, during the board's monthly meeting.

CNEDD offers business, community and economic development services to a 14-county area.

Petersen provided background information on projects the district is currently working on, including broadband and livestock concerns.

A livestock survey, asking about the need for small, local meat processing facilities, is available for residents to complete online at

CNEDD personnel would be a...

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