WOODBINE RECEIVES MONEY FROM CLEAN COMMUNITIES ENTITLEMENT

Woodbine Mayor William Pikolycky is pleased to announce that The New Jersey Department of Environmental Affairs has informed the Borough of Woodbine that its 2010 Clean Communities entitlement is $6,572.66. To date Woodbine has received over $40,000 from this program over the past several years.

Twenty-one counties and five hundred fifty-nine municipalities are eligible to receive the Clean Communities Funding in 2010. The amount of the entitlement is calculated based on a total of $17.76 million in anti-litter fees collected as of April 15, 2010. Woodbine’s share is based on its proportionate share of housing units and municipal road mileage.

“These funds continue to come at a good time as our municipal budgets are once again challenging, thus giving us needed leveraging funding for keeping up our Clean Communities program,” added Mayor Pikolycky.

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