Entries by ckatzung

Wage Allocation Vote

Keep an eye on your mailbox. The wage allocation ballots were mailed today. If you have any questions follow the directions that are enclosed. If you do not receive a ballot, contact the office and we will put you in touch with the Head Teller. Stay safe everyone


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2020 NEC Adoption Postponement

2020 National Electrical code adoption has been delayed because the board has received 25 valid requests for a hearing regarding the adoption of the code. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the hearing has been moved from May 4th to Aug 19th, 2020. As of now, all permits, installations, inspections, and examinations will continue to be […]

Online CE Classes for Journeyman!

ATTENTION: 90 DAY EXTENSION From the DOLI:  Anyone whose license expires in MARCH, APRIL or MAY 2020 still have to RENEW to avoid late fees.  If you do not have your Continuing Education credits you are given 90 days to get them in after your renewal.  So you have 90 days after your license renewal […]

New Grant for Veterans

A new grant is available for veterans or surviving spouses who are negatively impacted by COVID-19 and pertains to financial constraints, such as paying utility bills, rent, mortgage, medical bills, auto repairs, etc. People that qualify could receive a one-time financial relief grant for $1,000. There is no set end date for applying for the […]

Latest Update

The latest updated on receiving unemployment insurance for people that are newly applying and the extra 600 What you need to know: The first week for which you can get the additional $600 is the week beginning March 29th. You can request the week of March 29th on or after April 5th. You do not […]

Added UI Clarification and Paid Sick Leave

Here is some added information to UI for individuals that can receive these benefits if available for work, but are unemployed or unavailable to work because: the individual’s place of employment is closed as a direct result of COVID-19; the individual is diagnosed with COVID-19, or has symptoms of COVID-19 for which the individual is […]

Covid-19 Stimulus

With the president signing the Covid-19 Stimulus Package on Friday, here are some things that you need to know: – You do not need to apply for the stimulus check if you fit the criteria to get one. You will receive a check, or have it deposited into your account depending how you received your […]

Covid-19 Update Feb 26th

Dear Brothers and Sisters; Governor Walz announced a Stay at Home executive order 20-20 yesterday requiring Minnesotans to stay at home. All workers that have the capabilities to work from home must do so from March 27 at 11:59 pm to April 10 at 5:00 pm. He also announced executive orders extending the closure of bars, restaurants, […]