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Hi. I’m Nathaniel (Nate) Ruiz. That’s my picture over there. I’ve been asked to write a little introduction piece about myself (which is a bit weird for me), but in spirit of new experiences, here we go! I am a… [read more]
Community involvement in public infrastructure development is changing. Join community leaders and city representatives in a discussion on why participation matters. Learn the standard decision making process in public infrastructure development and when and how your input can make the… [read more]
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There’s no one reason to love Omaha. Really. Ask people what they like and you’ll get a different answer every time. Truth is, whatever you imagine your life should be, you can do it here. It’s what brings people here and in a lot of cases, it makes it difficult for them to leave. For young professionals who are tired of “more of the same,” Omaha is definitely more of what you want your community to be.
Forbes looked at the current median asking price of homes on the market in each city, median salaries of workers with bachelor’s degrees or higher and compared it to a cost-of-living index. All while factoring in the latest unemployment rates from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to reflect the relative strength of local economies. [Forbes]
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You want the best for your family, and that includes great schools, affordable homes, low crime rates, plenty of jobs, and lots of parkland. Parenting crunched more than 8,000 bits of data in 84 categories to determine this year’s top places to raise kids. [Parenting]