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By Forrest Hershberger
Sidney Sun-Telegraph 

Canterbury Estates Groundbreaking

Sidney Breaks Ground on Housing Development for People with Disabilities

 

November 16, 2018

Forrest Hershberger

Pictured from left are Sidney City councilman Wendall Gaston, vice-mayor Roger Gallaway, Sidney Housing Authority Board member Scott McDaniel, Sidney Housing Authority chairman Tamara Nelsen, Sidney Housing Authority board member Dolores Virgil, Security First Bank Vice-President Clem Schumacher and Brittany Hardin (Business Development Team, Nebraska Department of Economic Development).

Finding a house or apartment that feels like home is not easy. Finding one that meets the needs of people with special needs is even more challenging. Residents of Sidney with physical or mental impairments will soon have new options for accessible housing.

The Sidney Housing Authority determined several years ago that people with disabilities sometimes struggle to find housing within the community. Funded in partnership between the Nebraska Department of Economic Development (DED), the Nebraska Investment Finance Authority and Midwest Housing Equity Group, the Canterbury Estates housing d...



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