Owatonna has seen a lot, and I mean a lot, of construction in the last couple of months. From Bridge Street to Cedar Avenue to the creation of a new high school, the city has undergone many changes and improvements.
And it seems the developments continue.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation has opened a public comment period for residents to offer feedback on the next round of funding from the Corridors of Commerce program. In a news release this week, state senator John Jasinski, a Faribault Republican, urges Steele and Dodge County residents to share their opinions to include Highway 14 funding in the next round of appropriations.