New NJ law reboots Urban Enterprise Zones, earmarks funding
Clip: 08/17/2021 | 59s | Video has closed captioning.
Acting Gov. Sheila Oliver signed legislation on Tuesday that will set aside $42.5 million for New Jersey’s Urban Enterprise Zone program after a decade without funding. Urban Enterprise Zones were established in the early 1980s to stimulate growth in urban communities, providing incentives for businesses to set up shop there, and create private-sector jobs.
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