Binod abruptly resigns as Kimball Economic Development Director
Kimball is looking for a new economic development director after Larissa Binod abruptly resigned Thursday. The Star Herald says Binod held the job for two years. Kimball City Administrator Daniel Ortiz and Mayor Dave Schnell did not comment on the situation and Ortiz says he will assume the responsibilities until someone else is found.
Binod was working on establishing an I-80 visitors center at one of the Kimball exits and the proposed construction of a Union Pacific rail spur at the city's industrial park east of Kimball.
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