The Kanabec County Telework Center (also known as "The Launch Pad") is a facility for telecommuters (both students & workers) to use high speed Internet for a small fee. The facility is located at 16 North Lake Street, Mora, MN 55051. The facility is operated by the Kanabec County EDA and managed by the Mora Area Chamber of Commerce.
Kanabec County Telework Center - 16 North Lake St, Mora, MN 55051
To gain access to the facility, you must complete this subscriber application and submit it to the Telework Center manager, Karen Amundson.
Think of the Telework Center as a small library but the resources are on the Internet! The facility features six work stations (cubicles) for workers and students and a conference room for meetings or study groups. Subscribers may bring their own computers or use one of the Telework Center's three desktop computers. Subscribers have access to Wi-Fi and a large black and white printer.
The facility is staffed Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 2:00pm to 4:00pm and by appointment. Monthly subscribers have 24/7 access to the facility.
10/25/2016 - The Launch Pad Ribbon Cuttting
Photo Courtesy of Kanabec County Times
For general information about the Kanabec County Telework Center, please contact Heidi Steinmetz, at 320-209-5031, Kanabec County EDA, 18 North Vine Street, #101, Mora, MN 55051.
In addition to providing high-speed Internet at the Telework Center, Kanabec County is a partner in the Kanabec Broadband Initiative (KBI), which is an ad hoc group of community organizations that recognize the importance of broadband to the economic competitiveness of Kanabec County – our residents, businesses and institutions.