Inman creates new economic development board

By Staff Reports
August 21, 2014

The City of Inman is creating a new economic development board to help with expansion hoped for over the next five years.

According to an article in Wednesday's McPherson Sentinel, the city budgeted one hundred and twenty thousand dollars for the board, and Inman mayor Jim Toews hopes that it will bring new businesses to town, especially at the K-61 interchange.

The economic development board will operate separately from the city council, with a focus on expansion. The city council will continue to address issues related to maintaining businesses in Inman.