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LOBIONDO: FEDERAL MONEY COMING TO PRESERVE WETLANDS IN CUMBERLAND

New Jersey Congressman Frank LoBiondo announced that more than $600,000 in federal funding is coming to Cumberland County to expand wetlands preservation in Cumberland County.  Land will be acquired and preserved along the Cohansey River.  1,650 acres of land will be preserved.

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