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By LuAnn Schindler

Ground broke for housing project in Clearwater


November 3, 2022

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Workforce housing• Several entities celebrate the groundbreaking of a new duplex project in Clearwater, including (front row, l-r): Christine Rasmussen, Nebraska Department of Economic Development; LuAnn Schindler, Clearwater economic development board chairman; Lauren Sheridan-Simonsen, Clearwater economic development director; Steve and Michelle Stearns, developers; Steve Hankla, Clearwater mayor; (back row, l-r:) Sen. Tim Gragert; Barry Dekay, District 40 legislative candidate; Tammy Struebing, Antelope Memorial Hospital; Angie Hupp, Clearwater village clerk; Bill Kester and Dick Kester, Clearwater economic development board members; Cody Kester, Kelly Kerkman and Kevin Filsinger, Clearwater village trustees; Sara Borer, assistant Clearwater economic development director and Ashley Weesner and Megan Shada, Miller & Associates.

A new duplex is under development in Clearwater, with assistance from a $221,000 Nebraska Affordable Housing Trust Fund grant. A groundbreaking ceremony was held Thursday, Oct. 27, at the site on the corner of Nebraska and Utah streets.

Steve and Michelle Stearns, members of the village's economic development board, board of trustees and other dignitaries attended the 1 p.m. event.

Stearns Construction, of Clearwater, will serve as developer of the housing project. Each unit covers 1,085 square feet and will include two bedrooms and one bathroom, a laundry room, storage area, kitchen, dinin...

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