South Sioux City, Nebraska, Jul 12, 2011 -- USDA Rural Development funding of $91,448 to the City of South Sioux City, Nebraska, leveraged with $97,105 from the City, will facilitate and finance the development of small and emerging rural, private business enterprises.
“The City of South Sioux City is elated with this announcement. We are committed to expanding our economic base and providing quality jobs and higher pay for our citizens. This grant will be of great assistance to accomplish this goal of the City of South Sioux City and the South Sioux City Community Development Agency.” said City Administrator Lance Hedquist, City of South Sioux City.
Rural Development funds will be used to help develop a new small business development project in the All America Subdivision of South Sioux City. This will be accomplished by providing key infrastructure to offer a more shovel ready site for potential small business.
“We are pleased that we are able to assist the City of South Sioux City with their business park. We will see exciting businesses and jobs emerge from this location.” said Area Specialist Korey Young, USDA Rural Development.
The project was funded through the USDA Rural Development Rural Business Enterprise Grant program. For more information contact Korey Young (402) 371-5350 ext. 1002.