NEBRASKA CITY – The Nebraska City Housing and Community Development Agency received an offer from Goodlife Agriculture LLC to purchase the remaining 28 acres of the North Industrial Tract near the transfer station.

Keil VanderVeen of Nebraska City agreed to leave a 100 x 250 foot tract for placement of an electrical substation.

Economic Developer Dan Mauk said the city has other property suitable for industrial development if the remaining acres of the North Industrial Site are purchased. The county assessor has the land valued at $126,590.

The Nebraska City Area Economic Development website’s site locator lists two properties at Nebraska City. There are 14 acres near Walmart and 110 acres south of Fourth Corso and east of the west intersection of the J Sterling Morton Beltway.

VanderVeen also operates Nebraska Vegetable and Protein LLC on south 64th Road at Nebraska City. A federal SEC filing says the buildings and ground would be leased to Goodlife Agriculture for farming and food production.