Funding for Workforce Center Looks Strong
The Minnesota House and Senate have both passed the Jobs Bill which contains $275,000 for the next two years to reopen the workforce center in Owatonna. Now the bill awaits the Governor's signature-which is expected. Owatonna is the only city over 20,000 in population currently without a workforce center.
Special thank you to Rep. John Petersburg who was one of two republicans in the house to support the bill and Senator John Jasinski who guided this project in the bill!
Once the bill is signed into law, plans will start on location and services of the new center.