BERKELEY, NJ — The New Jersey Department of Transportation announced hundreds of municipal-aid grants for the 2020 fiscal year. One of them will include reconstructing Fort De France Avenue in Berkeley.
The grant to Berkeley Township will total $280,000 for the road that runs through Holiday City. The Municipal Aid grant awards totaled $161.25 million for the upcoming fiscal year, serving 542 New Jersey cities and towns.
Ocean County municipalities will receive a total of $10,738,814.
“Our administration sought to deliver a fairer approach to how government does business and this round of grants will, in the third straight year, reach more municipalities than in the previous fiscal year,” Governor Phil Murphy said in a statement.