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New Jersey Allocates $20 million for The Construction of New Affordable Housing Units.

The state will get roughly $20 million from the Murphy administration in new affordable housing units.

On Thursday, Governor Phil Murphy made the announcement in Elizabeth. 20 apartments in the city will each receive more than $4 million.

The strategy will assist in the development of 79 affordable housing units around the state by community-based organisations.

According to the administration, this is about ensuring equity.

People’s lives are transformed by housing. You may rest certain that we are working to advance the Murphy-Oliver agenda, which aims to make New Jersey a more equitable place to live.

The governor also approved a law that will simplify the procedure for issuing building permits. Last month, the state Legislature unanimously approved that bill, which was bipartisan.

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