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City addresses housing

The City of Great Bend continues to take positive steps to encourage housing development.
After getting state approval to create Rural Housing Incentive Districts, a public hearing was held and this week the city council approved RHID proposals for housing projects in the Amber Meadows addition and at 29th and Washington St. Developer Ross Vogel, owner of Employer Housing Partners LLC, wants to build eight homes at Amber Meadows and six four-plexes at 29th and Washington.
The city council also approved the bid for construction to extend the sanitary sewer system to the block where the four-plexes will be built ...


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