FARMINGDALE — The bar that decided to boycott NFL games last weekend in honor of Veterans Day Weekend has decided to extend its blackout until football players stop their protest of police brutality during the national anthem. Woody’s Roadside Tavern in Farmingdale said on its Facebook page it was continuing its protest of the NFL until… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: November 19th, 2017 | Author: admin | Filed under: Monmouth County News | Tags: Monmouth County News, NFL Boycott, Woody's Roadside Tavern | Comments Off on Monmouth County bar that turned off NFL games to honor vets will continue boycott
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Gaetano’s Restaurant and Market of Red Bank is the latest Monmouth County business to benefit from the Grow Monmouth Facade Improvement Program. The $75,000 program is funded by HUD Community Development Block Grants and administered by the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders.
Early this month, Woody’s Roadside Tavern in Farmingdale received a $1700 grant for its facade improvements. Old Monmouth Candies of Freehold was the first recipient of a Grow Monmouth Facade Improvement Grant.
Businesses with privately held commercial properties in the municipalities of Aberdeen, Atlantic Highlands, Belmar, Bradley Beach, Colts Neck (Naval station only), Deal, Eatontown, Farmingdale, Freehold Borough, Freehold Township, Hazlet, Highlands, Howell, Keansburg, Keyport, Lake Como, Manalapan, Matawan, Neptune City, Neptune Twp., Ocean Twp., Red Bank, Shrewsbury Twp., Tinton Falls (naval station only), Union Beach and West Long Branch are eligible to apply for facade improvement grants of up to $1,850.
Asbury Park, Long Branch and Middletown businesses are not eligible for this program because those municipalities receive designated HUD Community Development Block Grants directly.Art Gallagher | Filed under: Monmouth County, Monmouth County Board of Freeholders | Tags: Community Development Block Grants, Gaetano's Restaurant and Market, Grow Monmouth, Grow Monmouth Facade Improvement Program, HUD, Old Monmouth Candies, Woody's Roadside Tavern | Comments Off on Third Monmouth County Business Gets A Post Sandy Face Lift
Last week the Christie Administration announced the approval of $507.7 million in state funds to help fund the cost of 1,538 individual school construction projects in 331 school districts throughout the state. Of the state funding $37.8 million will go to support 171 projects in 26 school districts in Monmouth County, supporting a total of $94.4 million in school construction throughout the county.
Between state and local contributions, the total project costs of the 1,538 eligible projects are estimated to exceed $1.1 billion. The state-funded grants represent at least 40 percent of eligible costs for projects in the Regular Operating Districts and address health and safety issues, student overcrowding and other critical needs. The grants are contingent on local approval of the remaining cost to school districts. Regular Operating District grants are separate from the funding for the 31 “SDA districts,” where the Schools Development Authority is responsible for financing 100 percent of eligible costs.
The Department of Education determines the selection of school projects receiving grant funds, which are administered by the Schools Development Authority. The State Department of Education received applications for more than 2,100 individual school projects.admin | Filed under: Monmouth County, Monmouth County Board of Freeholders | Tags: Grow Monmouth, Monmouth County, School funding, Tom Arnone, Woody's Roadside Tavern | 2 Comments »