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Post-Sandy grants will help revitalize "main streets"

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A new initiative by the state will provide a total of $10 million to revitalize "main streets" in towns affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Municipalities can begin applying for grants through the Stronger NJ Neighborhood and Community revitalization program on October 24th. Areas in one of the nine counties hit hardest by Sandy, including Cape May and Atlantic Counties, will be given higher priority for the grants, which are aimed to help give so–called "main street districts" a facelift after the storm.

Grants range from $125,000 to $1.5 million.

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