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NJ TRANSPORTATION BANK ANNOUNCES RECIPIENTS OF FUND ALLOCATIONS TOTALING $13.80 MILLION FOR THE FIRST QUARTER OF 2023!

Princeton has been allocated $8,201,200 for Phase 2 of Witherspoon Street Improvements.Robbinsville Township has been allocated $2,299,409 for Newton ...

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HIGH BRIDGE LOAN CLOSING

High Bridge Borough recently closed on a $1,477,872 loan with the New Jersey Water Bank for rehabilitation and upgrades to the Bunnvale Well Site (# 2...

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HACKETTSTOWN MUA LOAN CLOSING

The Hackettstown MUA recently closed on a $722,542 loan with the New Jersey Water Bank to replace 68 known galvanized service lines in the Town o...

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LONG BEACH TOWNSHIP LOAN CLOSING

Long Beach Township recently closed on a $4,622,081 loan with the New Jersey Water Bank to replace deteriorated and cracked sanitary sewer pipes with PVC pipes to limit significant volumes of groundwa...

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WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP MUA LOAN CLOSING

The Washington Township MUA (WTMUA) recently closed on a $1,372,281 loan with the New Jersey Water Bank to rehabilitate five water storage tanks and decommission Well SM-3. This project will main...

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WINSLOW TOWNSHIP LOAN CLOSING

Winslow Township recently closed on a $1,250,027 loan with the New Jersey Water Bank to improve the township's sanitary sewer infrastructure. Improvements include the lining of approximately 2,500 lin...

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BAYONNE CITY LOAN CLOSING

Bayonne City recently closed on a $1,628,903 loan with the New Jersey Transportation Bank for the resurfacing and reconstruction of West Fourth Street, West Ninth Street, West 11th Street, East 18th S...

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FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP SA LOAN CLOSING

The Franklin Township Sewerage Authority (FTSA) recently closed on a $3,939,840 loan with the New Jersey Water Bank to replace approximately 13,310 feet of deteriorated piping. A closed-circuit televi...

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NJ AMERICAN WATER LOAN CLOSING

New Jersey American Water recently closed on a $23,216,765 loan with the New Jersey Water Bank to replace approximately 930 lead service lines with copper service lines in Irvington Township's water s...

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NORTH BERGEN MUA PROJECT OF THE WEEK

The North Bergen MUA recently completed improvements at its Woodcliff Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) that are being funded with approximately $19.7 million in loans from the NJ Water Bank, a joi...

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