$1 million in funding will cover the construction and installation costs of a new above-ground borough fueling station, servicing more than 150 municipal and school district vehicles.
The borough’s community center is a hub of activity, providing a wide array of services including health, recreation, senior programs, social work and teen activities.
Plans to renovate and expand East Brunswick’s Community Arts Center include but are not limited to creating a state-of-the-art outdoor amphitheater, black box theater, makerspace, art gallery, video editing rooms, and café.
Relining and replacing water distribution lines in the borough will assist in the next phase of Milltown’s water system improvement project.
Access to the internet is no longer a luxury. Reliable high-speed municipal broadband will benefit township residents and businesses.
The funding will support a new emergency services building, the design and development of the Metuchen Arts District, and the development of the Main Street Pocket Park
Metuchen will receive $2 million in the Fiscal Year 2024 State Budget to assist with the construction of a new emergency services building. The new building will house the city’s volunteer fire, fire inspection, emergency medical services and office of emergency management departments. The fire department is currently located in a 100-year old building.
Legislators from New Jersey's 18th District address state funding for Edison and partnership with township officials during press conference.
Senator Diegnan and Assemblymen Karabinchak andy Stanley celebrate the opening of Mrytle Field, with the team securing $350,000 in state funding for the field renovation.
Legislators from District 18 hosted a visit from the Motor Vehicle Commission's Mobile Unit in South River to provide convenient services for borough residents.
Edgar Middle School in Metuchen unveils National Blue Ribbon School Award during ceremony.
District 18 legislators conducted an ANCHOR Assistance Program with the New Jersey Department of the Treasury, during which residents of Middlesex County received guidance for completing their applications for the Affordable New Jersey Communities for Homeowners and Renters (ANCHOR) Program. The initiative provides property tax relief in a rebate of up to $1,500.