Nebraska Emergency Rental Assistance Program, Round 2, has launched.
Rather than waiting on luck, the MEDC Board decided a few years ago to prioritize three areas of focus: business, child care, and housing.
Nearly every conversation in McCook and Southwest Nebraska touches upon housing.
Amanda Engell (formerly Slattery) stepped into the newly-formed role last month, joining the team at the MEDC.
“Rural America is a place everyone can call home,” Vilsack said. “Whether you own or rent a home, you’re invested in and connected to the place you live. While homeownership is a good fit for many, renting also helps people invest in their communities and build wealth for their families and generations to come. This […]
Single Family Housing Symposium being held for the public June 30, 2022
McCook is leading the charge in innovative programs to boost early childhood quality and access through Local Option Municipal Economic Development Funds, known as LB840.
September 29, McCook Economic Development Corporation’s (MEDC) Community 4 Kids (C4K) initiative hosted area childcare providers. Andrew Keck and Nicole Vint of Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services attended the meeting and gathered feedback from the area providers on how pandemic aid could be used to help childcare providers. While the details are being […]