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The West Kentucky Workforce Investment Board has received $840,000 in Workforce Investment Act Rapid Response funds, enabling state workforce agencies to provide immediate assistance to workers affected by the closure of Johnson Controls in Cadiz. The board will provide a temporary dislocated worker transition service center to assist the approximately 600 residents the plant’s closure affects, in addition to helping other job seekers in the community. State officials said the goal of the transition service center is to not only promote higher skills training and adult education, but also coordinate with local workforce partners in planning for the next industry that will come to the area.