Hickman to Receive $25,000 in Tax Credits for New Community Center


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Hickman receives $25,000 in Community Development Assistance Act tax credits granted by the Nebraska Department of Economic Development.

These tax credits, which aim to encourage private investors to financially support nonprofit community organizations, will help build a community center. The community center will feature reception areas, community events, youth activities and sporting events, public meetings, reading center, kitchen and city offices.

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