South Jersey to Receive $12 Million in HUD Grants

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Congressman Donald Norcross has announced federal funding for South Jersey to help improve residents' quality of life.

Norcross announced that several communities in South Jersey will receive more than $12 million in federal grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), to provide affordable housing and assistance services to low-income residents.

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The HUD grants include $4.4 million for the City of Camden, $3.7 million for Camden County, and $2 million for Gloucester County.

Also, Burlington County will receive $2.3 million, Cherry Hill will receive $438,205, and Gloucester Township will receive $289,364.

Norcross says everyone deserves an affordable, safe place to call home and that these grants will help provide that for residents in need while helping to transform South Jersey neighborhoods for the better.

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