Human Services Acting Commissioner Sarah Adelman May 12 announced the Murphy administration secured another $22.6 million in federal funds to expand and support mental health services, especially in the wake of Covid.
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Gov. Phil Murphy May 7 announced an additional $235 million in funding for small business relief and $40 million in funding for an excluded residents fund to assist individuals negatively impacted by the Covid pandemic, respectively.
Leon Costello, Upper Township’s tax advisor, counseled Upper Township Committee members, at their April 26 meeting, to hold the final adoption of the municipality’s 2021 budget.
U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew (R-2nd) has introduced a telecommunications legislative package in the House of Representatives focused on addressing the needs of South Jersey residents and underserved communities who have experienced increased costs imposed by their internet provider.
North Wildwood City Council, for the second time, tabled a resolution to adopt its 2021 municipal budget, citing advice from the auditor and chief financial officer, who had concerns over where pandemic relief funding for municipalities could be used within the budget
Sen. Michael Testa, Assemblyman Erik Simonsen and Assemblyman Antwan McClellan (all R-1st) Jan. 26 called on Gov. Phil Murphy to use his political influence and his business contacts to help New Jersey get enough doses to meet the demand for the Covid vaccination.
The U.S. Department of Education announced that Atlantic Cape Community College will receive a federal Student Support Services (SSS) grant of $1,740,010 to help more students succeed in and graduate from college.