Prospect Park Wins in Major Federal Funding Bill
Prospect Park Wins in Major Federal Funding Bill to Make Massive Infrastructure Improvements
Prospect Park Among Exclusive NJ Community Projects, Securing $223,000 In Federal Funding To Repair Main Sewer Lines - READ MORE HERE
PROSPECT PARK, NJ – Mayor Mohamed T. Khairullah, the Municipal Council, of Borough of Prospect Park in partnership with US Senator Robert Menendez, US Senator Cory Booker, and US Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. is excited to announce the Borough has successfully secured federal funding in the amount of $223,000 as a part $1.5 trillion Fiscal Year 2022 government funding bill to replace and repair main sewer lines in the Borough.
The funding bill signed into law by President Joe Biden provides significant investments in transportation, housing, and education for New Jersey as well as exclusively for community projects like Prospect Park’s main sewer repair across the state. Funding from the EPA State and Tribal Assistance Grant Program will support the clean water project initiative in Prospect Park.
OTHER RELATED NEWS SOURCE via NORTHJERSEY.COM - Prospect Park gets federal grant to replace 90-year-old clay sewer pipes under two roads