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JOB CENTER TO OPEN IN HATFIELD ON EMERGENCY BASIS

 JOB CENTER TO OPEN IN HATFIELD ON EMERGENCY BASIS
 HARRISBURG, Pa., March 9 /PRNewswire/ -- The state has signed an


18-month emergency lease creating a temporary Job Center in Hatfield Township, Montgomery County.
 Labor and Industry Secretary Tom Foley said the lease for 2,000 square feet of office space at 2301 N. Broad St. near Lansdale will meet the demand for unemployment compensation and other job-related services in the Lansdale area.
 "This temporary office will offer help to Lansdale area residents who have lost their jobs and who are entitled to unemployment compensation while a site for a permanent full-service Job Center is located," Foley said.
 "With the signing of the lease, we will be able to help jobless Montgomery County residents who are being hurt by the current national recession."
 The temporary Job Center will open later this month.
 Foley estimated that the staff and visitors to the office would occupy 20 to 30 parking spaces. He said at least that many spaces are available at a nearby 100-plus space parking lot.
 Secretary of General Services David L. Jannetta said it is the responsibility of the landlord to make sure that all parking requirements are met.
 "I am confident that the landlord has already addressed the township's parking requirements," Jannetta said.
 The Department of Labor and Industry is expected to complete specifications for the permanent Job Center soon.
 "According to the reports of abundant available office space in the Lansdale area, I expect to see a favorable response to the invitations for bids," Jannetta said.
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 /CONTACT: Rose Wuenschel of the Department of General Services, 717-787-3197, or Jack McGettigan of the Department of Labor & Industry, 717-787-7530/ CO: Department of General Services; Department of Labor & Industry ST: Pennsylvania IN: SU:


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