HERO Center gets $1.46M in state funding
Funding for a local public safety training facility was included in an $846 million bonding bill passed last week by state lawmakers before they adjourned for the year.
The Health and Emergency Response Occupations (HERO) Center project, a public safety and education training center planned for Cottage Grove, will receive $1.46 million in state-borrowed funds in the bonding bill. The funding will be used to pay for design plans.
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