Local Finance Board OKs applications

TRENTON – The Local Finance Board today approved more than $347 million in requests for re-funding bond ordinances for 29 school district boards of education.

$20.6 million for Toms River; $6.2 million for Cedar Grove Township;  $10.9 million for Metuchen; $2.25 million for Point Pleasant Borough; $9.2 million for Dover Town;

$2.9 million for Atlantic Highlands; $4 million for Rumson-Fair Haven;  $13.1 million for Nutley; $32.75 million for Madison Borough; $4.425 million for Andover Regional;

$15.7 million for Clark Township; $7 million for Bridgewater-Raritan; $17.95 million for Chester Township; $6.55 million for Roselle Park; $2.75 million for Greater Egg Harbor Regional High School;

$7 million for Barnegat Township; $9.3 million for Audubon; $3 million for Butler;  $3 million for Avalon; $26.4 million for Florence;

$6.8 million for Gateway Regional High School; $7.075 million for Fair Lawn; $26.5 million for North Brunswick;  $6.8 million for Mount Olive; $46.1 million for Woodbrige;

$3.35 million for Delaware Valley Regional; $18.2 million for Ramsey; $6.5 million for Riverside Township; $21 million for Moorestown.

Municipal re-fundings

The Board approved $266.67 million in requests for re-funding bond ordinances for municipalities.

$4.2 million for Livingston; $8.8 million for Elizabeth; $2.75 million for Englewood Cliffs; $18.6 million for Parsippany-Troy Hills; $10.5 million for Fort Lee;

$6.3 million for Moorestown; $6.5 million for North Brunswick; $15.75 million for Brick; $9.5 million for Monroe; $4 million for Piscataway Township;

$3.12 million for North Bergen Township; $5.75 million for Avalon; $8.5 million for Millville City; $11 million for Newtown Town; $18.5 million for Toms River;

$8 million for Hillsborough; $3.8 million for Hammonton Town; $13.5 million for Sayreville; $6.1 million tax-exempt and $17.5 million taxable for Atlantic City; $6 million taxable and $42 million tax-exempt for Hamilton (Mercer County);

$5.75 million for Little Egg Harbor; $4.15 million for Allendale; $5.1 million for Berlin Township; and $21 million for Bergen County.

Improvement authorities

The Board OK’d these applications for improvement and other authorities.

$151 million for the Monmouth County Improvement Authority. Eleven different Monmouth towns will divvy up the money.

$3.7 million for the Somerset County Improvement Authority

$63.5 million for the Passaic County Improvement Authority

$10 million for the Monmouth County Improvement Authority for a project at Brookdale Community College

$3.5 million for the Sussex County Improvement Authority

$22.5 million for the Evesham Township Municipal Utilities Authority

$48 million for the New Brunswick Parking Authority

$155,000 for the Hopewell Borough Fire District 1

Also, the board approved these applications for U.S. Department of Agriculture loans: $1.064 million for Wildwood City and $3.491 million for Paulsboro.

The board OK’d $8 million for Rockaway Valley Regional Sewerage Authority and $7.5 million for Elizabeth under the Environmental Infrastructure Trust Loan Program.

 

Local Finance Board OKs applications