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Wednesday, April 24, 2024


Middle Seeks State Funds for COVID-19 Expenses

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By Vince Conti

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COURT HOUSE – Middle Township is seeking $171,325 from a state fund directed to help municipalities address unexpected expenses caused by the pandemic.
Gov. Phil Murphy Oct. 9 announced that $60 million from the Coronavirus Relief Fund would be set aside in a Local Government Emergency Fund (LGEF) to help counties and municipalities address the many unexpected expenses associated with the COVID-19 spread.
At its Nov. 2 meeting, Middle Township Committee acted on the grant opportunity, passing a resolution that allows the municipality to seeksupport from the fund. The LGEF funds would alleviate part of the burden placed on municipal taxpayers.  

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