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Crunching Numbers
Numerical news happenings in the South Jersey business scene.

by South Jersey Biz - Editorial Staff

2  Helicopters that Cooper University Health Care now has for its air medical transport unit

15 Towns that possess the most value in tax-exempt properties, including Atlantic City, Camden and Washington Township

18  Number of months it will take to complete the dredging and restoration of Newton Creek in Camden, the largest capital project to be overseen by the Camden County government

21 Number of New Jersey colleges on the “best colleges for your money” list, which includes Rowan University

1,100 People who will be employed by the Center for Family Services when it merges with Family Service Association of South Jersey on October 1

11,000 Square footage that PREIT and entrepreneurial incubator, 1776, will offer to startup companies at the Cherry Hill Mall

$120,000 A federal rural business development grant that was awarded to the Atlantic County Economic Alliance to create an aviation strategy for the aviation district in Egg Harbor Township

3 million The additional money needed to keep the Burlington County Recycling Program going for 2018

$11.3 million The amount of money behind the Environmental Protection Agency’s effort to remove the contamination left at the former Hercules plant in Gibbstown

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Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 8, Issue 8 (August 2018).

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