DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

As the appointed administrator of the Economic Development Program of the City of St. Paul, the St Paul Development Corporation collaborates with area partners for the betterment of the St. Paul and Howard County region.

The Development Corporation meets regularly to discuss potential development projects that will not only assist existing and future businesses, but also promote the area as a great place to live, work, and visit.

MEMBERSHIP

Would you like to become a member?  Knowing that fresh faces bring fresh ideas, the Development Corporation is always looking for new members to help form the future of the community!  For more information on becoming a member contact:

St Paul Development Corporation
423 Howard Avenue
P.O. Box 64
St Paul, NE 68873
308.754.4661

The Development Corporation is a membership based 501(c)6 non-profit organization and is guided by an eleven-member Board of Directors, which is elected annually by the membership.

Board of Directors

  • Dan Nielsen DVM, President
  • Brian Lukasiewicz, Vice-President
  • Valerie Killinger, Secretary
  • Mike Kezeor, Treasurer
  • Caitlin Jerabek
  • Isaiah Graham
  • Gale Larson
  • Joe Mlinar
  • Fred Meyer
  • Jim Olsen
  • Dave Brehm
  • Mike Feeken, Executive Director

Membership Roster:

Richard Olinger, Janet Edwards, Jim Christensen, Homestead Bank, Heritage Bank, Citizen’s Bank, Kip Lukasiewicz, Todd Wojatelwicz, Troy Lukasiewicz, Paul Mueller, Loren Studley, Kim Dugan, Vincent Christensen, & Bob Dvorak

 

HISTORY & MISSION

The St. Paul Development Corporation Inc., formed June 25, 1985, is organized not for profit and the objects and purposes to be transacted and carried on are to further the economic development of St. Paul and Howard County, Nebraska and its environs and promote the general social welfare of St. Paul and Howard County, Nebraska.

The St. Paul Development Corporation, Inc is created with these goals in mind:

  • To nurture and improve the present economic status and opportunities in St. Paul and its surrounding area, while retaining the special qualities of small-town America.
  • To increase economic opportunities for all our citizens, while enhancing their educational, social, cultural and physical well being.
  • To develop all our assets, to turn deficits into assets, to add assets, to utilize the talents of all our citizens.
  • To stem our city and county population losses, yet grow in population only gradually and naturally.