ECAP meets; talks future growth of Central City


On July 8, ECAP (Entrepreneurial Community Activation Process) participants reviewed goals and visions presented at the June meeting by local entities including the City of Central City, Merrick County Board of Supervisors, Nebraska Christian Schools, Merrick County Development Corporation, Litzenberg Memorial County Hospital, Merrick Foundation and the Central City Chamber of Commerce.

Participants discussed at length the commonalities of the community groups and completed a framework for going forward to promote business development and population growth.  ECAP participants developed a purpose statement and identified four major areas of concentration based on input from the community survey and the organization’s input.

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