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Cass/Atlantic Development Corporation is a public/private partnership serving as the economic development authority for Cass County, Iowa and the county seat, the City of Atlantic.

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🏠If you've been waiting to build, now's the time! The new Redwood subdivision boasts a total of nine prime lots on a cul-de-sac, all of which are ready for the construction of your dream home. Access to East Ridge Park is located just across the street, which consists of a great .5 mile hard-surfaced trail around the park with beautiful views of the native vegetation, flowers all around, benches and a gazebo.Call Melissa today for more information! 712-243-4100 ... See MoreSee Less
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Attention Ward 1 in Atlantic! Today is the final day to get your papers in. There is currently no one running for this seat. You have until 5:00 p.m. today! Please share this post so we can find the perfect candidate. ... See MoreSee Less
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Cass/Atlantic Development Corp. is an equal opportunity provider.