Camden neighborhood gets $920,000 state grant

    A state grant will funnel $921,900 to Camden’s Parkside neighborhood to further community revitalization.

    The Gloucester County Times reports the Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credit Program, awarded through the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, the grant will fund commercial, housing and quality of life efforts.

    The Parkside Business & Community in Partnership organization will use the money as part of its 20-year effort to rebuild the neighborhood.

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