Coronavirus New JerseyNJ to offer $100M in rental assistance for tenants affected by the coronavirusMay 29, 2020Publisher Families with low income, those at risk of losing homes will be prioritized. Others can enter a lottery in July. Source link Total 0 Shares Share 0 Tweet 0 Pin it 0 Related Topics100MaffectedassistancecoronavirusNew Jersey COVID-19offerRentalTenants Previous Article Coronavirus New Jersey Zimmel Associates inks Eatontown industrial lease May 29, 2020Publisher View Post Next Article Coronavirus New Jersey Restaurant owners seek a June 5 reopening for outdoor dining May 29, 2020Publisher View Post You May Also Like View Post Live results: Day 1 of the NJSIAA wrestling championships at Phillipsburg High School April 24, 2021 View Post NJ mosques are open for Ramadan, but COVID-19 concerns remain April 12, 2021 View Post Barranco Stuns DeCroce at Morris GOP Convention March 27, 2021 View Post NJ now has nation's highest rate of new COVID cases. Will expected vaccine windfall help? March 19, 2021 View Post Can the Reduction in Travel Prompted by COVID-19 Be Sustained? March 15, 2021 View Post Warehouse Sprawl: Plan Now or Suffer the Consequences March 15, 2021 View Post Talent acquisition: How GAF is using Roofing Academy to train skilled workforce during pandemic March 11, 2021 View Post The Odyssey: Fred Snowflack’s Vaccination Voyage March 3, 2021 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.