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PROJECT OF THE WEEK: PVSC SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE STORAGE REPLACEMENT

Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission (PVSC) recently  completed clean water improvements that are being financed with approximately $2.9 million in...

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WILLINGBORO MUA LOAN CLOSING

The Willingboro Utilities Authority recently closed on a $18,200,000 loan with the New Jersey Water Bank to develop an energy efficiency plan and impl...

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PROJECT OF THE WEEK: BRADLEY BEACH BOULEVARD STORMWATER IMPROVEMENTS

Bradley Beach Borough recently completed storm water improvements that are being funded with approximately $383,513 in loans from the NJ Water Bank, a...

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PROJECT OF THE WEEK: LOWER TOWNSHIP MUA

Lower Township Municipal Utilities Authority (LTMUA) recently completed drinking water improvements that are being funded with approximately $2.9 million in loans from the NJ Water Bank, a joint low-r...

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LOGAN TOWNSHIP MUA LOAN CLOSING

Logan Township Municipal Utilities Authority recently closed on a $9,948,000 loan with the NJ Water Bank to replace and improve critical, aging infrastructure to ensure reliable treatment plant perfor...

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PERTH AMBOY LOAN CLOSING

The City of Perth Amboy recently closed on a $2.2 million loan with the NJ Water Bank to separate its combined sewer system. The project includes the construction of approximately 5,082 linear feet of...

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SOUTH ORANGE VILLAGE LOAN CLOSING

South Orange Village recently closed on a $640,000 loan with the NJ Water Bank to perform emergency repair work to replace piping and valves in the Newstead Watersphere valve pit. The repair is necess...

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NJ TRANSPORTATION BANK ANNOUNCES RECIPIENTS OF FUND ALLOCATIONS FOR THE SECOND QUARTER OF SFY2021!

1. Essex County has been allocated $5,172,537 for County bridge repairs in Harrison, East Newark and Newark. 2. Camden County has been allocated $3,546,114 for the reconstruction of 27th Street C...

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COVID - NEW CREDIT GUIDELINES

Notice to Prospective Applicants and their Professionals:As a result of the widespread economic disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, including anticipated revenue shortfalls and budget deficit...

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NJ I-BANK 2020 SEMINAR SERIES HAS BECOME A WEBINAR

2020 Webinar: Information on how to register will be posted soon.  ...

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