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NJEDA Board Approves $20 Million for Main Street Micro Business Loan to Assist New Jersey Businesses

NJEDA Board Approves $20 Million for Main Street Micro Business Loan to Assist New Jersey Businesses Program Offers up to $50,000 in Low-Interest Loans and No Payments for First Year TRENTON, N.J. (November 10, 2021) – The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) Board today approved the creation of the Main Street Micro Business Loan, which will provide financing of up to $50,000 to eligible micro-businesses in New Jersey with ten or fewer full-time employees and no greater than $1.5 million in annual revenues. The Program is the successor to the Micro Business Loan Program established by the NJEDA in 2019. The Main Street Micro

NJEDA Board Approves Rules for Aspire Development Tax Credit Program

NJEDA Board Approves Rules for Aspire Development Tax Credit Program TRENTON, N.J. (November 10, 2021) – The New Jersey Economic Development Authority Board today approved rules for the Aspire Program, a place-based economic development program created under the New Jersey Economic Recovery Act of 2020 (ERA) that supports mixed-use, transit-oriented development by providing tax credits to commercial and residential real estate development projects that have financing gaps.   As authorized by the ERA, the Board approved rules that will be effective immediately for a short-term duration, enabling the NJEDA to move forward with instituting the program this year. Concurrently, the Board also approved

The Magic of the Roxey Ballet’s Nutcracker Lives On In 2021!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT:   Lees Hummel, Director Education & Outreach [email protected] The Magic of the Roxey Ballet’s Nutcracker Lives On In 2021! LAMBERTVILLE, NJ (2021) –Experience the True Gift of The Holidays, Family Memories. Roxey Ballet, Lambertville’s renowned professional dance company, against all odds after Hurricane Ida destroyed their facility is proud to rise up and present its Annual Holiday Classic “The Nutcracker”.  Two comeback performances Saturday and Sunday, November 27 & 28 at 3 pm at the Villa Victoria Theater (376 W Upper Ferry Rd, Ewing, NJ) and two Sensory Friendly performances Saturday, December 4 at 4 pm and

SINGLE-USE PLASTIC STRAWS TO ONLY BE PROVIDED UPON REQUEST,  EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, NOV. 4, TO HELP FIGHT PLASTIC POLLUTION 

SINGLE-USE PLASTIC STRAWS TO ONLY BE PROVIDED UPON REQUEST,  EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, NOV. 4, TO HELP FIGHT PLASTIC POLLUTION  October 27, 2021 – TRENTON –– A provision of New Jersey’s commitment to reduce plastics pollution statewide will take effect on Thursday, Nov. 4 when food-service businesses may provide single-use plastic straws to a customer only upon request, the Department of  Environmental Protection and NJ Business Action Center announced today.  Food-service businesses include all restaurants, convenience stores, and fast-food businesses,  each of which must also educate their employees and customers about the restriction.  Consumers will still be able to purchase packages of

John A. Anderson, Lambertville’s First Photographer, Lambertville Historical Society

John A. Anderson, Lambertville’s First Photographer Step back in time through the artful, high-resolution photography of John Alexander Anderson (1829-1917). In this small preview exhibit, LHS is showcasing a sample of Anderson’s work. You’ll enjoy seeing Lambertville as it transitioned to the 20th century. Where: James Wilson Marshall House, 60 Bridge Street When: 10/30-31, 1:00-5:00 pm This exhibit is free. Due to Covid, only 4 attendees are permitted at a time; viewing should take a delightful 10-15 minutes. Reserve your 15-minute viewing window this opening weekend via this link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1sxbEZXIcZWqCylnrOyvcB0Gb7hA8Ym81pc6By9KYA5E/edit#gid=0 Walk-ins will be allowed but only if you don’t exceed

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