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Joseph Sullivan appointed to Renville County HRA/EDA board, Neal Prokosch elected secretary/treasurer

The Renville County Housing Redevelopment Authority/Economic Development Authority Board (HRA/EDA) recently announced an appointment and board officer election, according to a news release from the board.

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Joseph Sullivan, left, and Neal Prokosch. Submitted photos

OLIVIA — The Renville County Housing Redevelopment Authority/Economic Development Authority Board recently announced an election and a new appointment, according to a news release from the board.

Joseph Sullivan was recently appointed to the Renville County Housing Redevelopment Authority/Economic Development Authority Board.

Sullivan, of rural Franklin, farms in southern Renville County and serves on a number of civic boards and committees, including the Cedar Mountain School Board.

He graduated from South Dakota State University with a degree in ag business.

Neal Prokosch was recently elected secretary/treasurer of the board.

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Prokosch, of Bird Island, is senior vice president and market manager of Citizens Alliance Bank in Lake Lillian and has 36 years of experience in the banking industry.

He is active in many civic organizations including the Renville County HRA/EDA Small Business Revolving Loan Fund Board, the Bird Island City Council, the Bird Island EDA and has served on the BOLD School Board.

Mark Wasson has been a public safety reporter with Post Bulletin since May 2022. Previously, he worked as a general assignment reporter in the southwest metro and as a public safety reporter in Willmar, Minn. Readers can reach Mark at mwasson@postbulletin.com.
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