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RVRSA LOAN CLOSING

The Rockaway Valley Regional Sewer Authority recently closed on a $738,042 construction loan with the NJ Water Bank to replace part of the Jersey City...

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OLD BRIDGE MUA COMMINUTOR LOAN CLOSING

Old Bridge MUA recently closed on a $3,290,000 construction loan with the NJ Water Bank to install new sewage grinders in eleven of the...

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CRANFORD TOWNSHIP LOAN CLOSING

The Township of Cranford closed last week on a $2,210,080 construction loan with the NJ Water Bank to install 3,700 linear feet of storm sewer along R...

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CCMUA LOAN CLOSING

The Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority (CCMUA) recently closed on a $10,226,713 construction loan with the NJ Water Bank to upgrade four existing raw sewage pumps including the replacement of...

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CLINTON TOWN LOAN CLOSING

Clinton Town closed today on a $719,969 construction loan with the NJ Water Bank. Pursuant to the Capital Improvement Plan derived from the Asset Management Plan (AMP) for the system, the Town of Clin...

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TUCKERTON BOROUGH SANITARY SEWER MAIN REPLACEMENT

The Borough of Tuckerton recently completed sanitary sewer main improvements that are being funded with approximately $1.3 million in loans from the NJ Water Bank, a joint low-rate funding program of ...

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MIDDLESEX BOROUGH LOAN CLOSING

The Borough of Middlesex recently closed on a $1,381,868 loan with the NJ Water Bank for Sanitary Sewer Main Improvements. The first component of the proposed project entails the rehabilitation of app...

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LITTLE EGG HARBOR LOAN CLOSING

Little Egg Harbor closed last week on a $4,750,000 construction loan with the NJ Water Bank to construct a new potable water supply treatment plant at Well No. 12, which will improve water system pres...

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BOROUGH OF GLEN RIDGE LOAN CLOSING

The Borough of Glen Ridge closed today on a $2,020,000 construction loan with the NJ Water Bank to rehabilitate aging gravity sanitary sewer mains through cured-in-place pipe lining and the rehabilita...

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THE CITY OF ELIZABETH LOAN CLOSING

The City of Elizabeth closed today on a $5,320,111 construction loan with the NJ Water Bank to rehabilitate and upgrade the South Street Pump Station. Elizabeth City is prone to localized flooding in ...

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