Ohio Gov. John Kasich is expected today to announce plans for training programs at three community colleges that will aim to provide certain groups of people with job training and employment services.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich doesn't live at the state's official governor's residence, but taxpayers paid to fix the mansion's roof and to keep cable running at the home this year.
The Columbus Dispatch reports that more than $438,000 was spent in 2011 to staff, maintain and repair the mansion in Bexley, just outside of Columbus.
Kasich and his family have chosen to stay at their home in nearby Westerville. The state provides security for that home at an undisclosed cost.
The family has used the official governor's residence for occasional stays and meetings.
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