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PRINCETON WITHERSPOON STREET IMPROVEMENTS

Princeton recently closed on an $6,934,000 loan with the NJ Transportation Bank to address pedestrian hazards on Witherspoon Street. Improvements incl...

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WILLINGBORO TOWNSHIP ROAD ASSET LOAN CLOSING

The Township of Willingboro recently closed on a $3,586,334 loan with the NJ Transportation Bank to improve roadways in the township. RoadBotics is a ...

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NORTH HUDSON COMBINED SEWER LTCP

The North Hudson Sewerage Authority ("NHSA") recently completed CSO improvements that are being financed with approximately $3.8 million in loans from...

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CAMDEN COUNTY MUA TWO LOAN CLOSINGS

The Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority recently closed on two loans for clean water projects totaling $15,972,973. One project financed the purchase of a new portable emergency generator, and...

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EAST ORANGE CITY CROSSINGS AT BRICK CHURCH LOAN

East Orange City recently closed on a $10,500,000 loan with the New Jersey Water Bank for proposed water quality improvements at the Crossings at Brick Church. The site is currently designated as a Br...

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GLOUCESTER COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY CHP LOAN CLOSING

The Gloucester County Utilities Authority recently closed on a $13,848,103 loan with the NJ Water Bank to finance a combined heat and power cogeneration system for the anaerobic digesters. Biogas gene...

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ACUA VENTNOR-MARGATE FORCE MAIN REPLACEMENT

The Atlantic County Utilities Authority ("ACUA") recently completed a sewer force main replacement project that is being financed with approximately $10 million in loans from the NJ Water Bank, a low-...

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LITTLE FERRY BOROUGH LOAN CLOSING

Little Ferry Borough recently closed on a $1,457,834 loan with the NJ Transportation Bank for Roadway improvements. The project will be designed and managed by Remington Vernick Engineers and construc...

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HOBOKEN CITY SINATRA DRIVE REDESIGN

Hoboken City recently closed on a $6,388,267 loan with the NJ Transportation Bank to redesign Sinatra Drive. The project will improve pedestrian safety by installing five painted curb extensions near ...

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CAMDEN CITY PFAS TREATMENT IMPROVEMENTS AT MORRIS-DELAIR WATER TREATMENT PLANT

The City of Camden recently closed on a $55,000,000 loan with the NJ Water Bank to upgrade its Morris Delair potable drinking water treatment facility ("Plant"). Perfluoro octane sulfonic acid (PFOS) ...

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