Alp pledges dedicated jobs fund for regional housing
PENNSYLVANIA – The Pennsylvania Transportation Commission unanimously approved today funding a fund dedicated to developing jobs for local businesses and community organizations.
The project will begin with a pilot project in the Spring of 2018 to provide funding for new affordable housing through a fund for small businesses owned by the transportation commission. The project will also help address the needs of the regional tourism industry.
In addition to creating jobs and bolstering regional tourism, the $50 million will help develop new affordable housing for businesses of all types in areas along Route 6 and Route 16 in the Monongahela Valley, including the new Westchester-Springfield and Monmouth areas.
The project will serve approximately 25 additional units, including a mix of low-inc전주출장샵ome housing designed by the local architecture firm to meet the unique needs of the community, while at the same time benefiting local businesses of all levels in the Monongahela Valley.
“New affordable housing is one of the greatest successes for local businesses in our region. We are very excited to build new affordable housing in this area. This is part of an opportunity to provide jobs for the residents who live in our area, which I believe will stimulate economic growth,” said Sen. Jon Brunner (R-Westminster), chair of the transportation commission. “It is also a way for our region to bring back our jobs by adding jobs to our existing and already aging workforces.”
The $50 million in funding will help spur investment in jobs and opportunities for workers with experience in jobs in transportation design, construction, or the construction trade. It also will help create the capacity for additional local businesses to participate in the economy while maintaining thei부천출장마사지 부천출장샵r tax base by providing additional opportunities for local employers.
The $50 million will be invested in a variety of small business development projects in areas with a strong transportation industry. These include job training centers, retail outlets, the Monona High School, and a new yXO 카지노outh hostel. The first project approved today is a three-phase pilot project to establish a $30,000 pilot job training facility that will be used to expand workforce training programs. These are being implemented as part of a $40 million capital plan to expand our workforce through the North and South Bergen Transportation Commission. The funding will also support development and development of the North and South Bergen Regional Economic Development Authority (REBDA), an entity created by the New Jersey State Legislature in 2005 to enhance regional economic development by supporting small businesses and creating an economi