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The attorneys and staff at Capehart Scatchard recently made food and monetary donations in support of the Food Bank of South Jersey. The months-long effort culminated with Karen Klupp, the firm’s director of human resources who spearheaded the effort, dropping off the collected nonperishables and checks at the food bank’s Pennsauken headquarters June 2.

NEW ROAD Construction Management joined dozens of officials for the June 21 groundbreaking ceremony celebrating Vineland’s new firehouse. NEW ROAD is providing on-site construction management services for the city’s new firefighter headquarters, a two-story, 38,000-square-foot fire station that will include a fitness facility, full kitchen, meeting rooms and housing, as well as the fire department’s administrative offices and eight drive-through engine bays for firetrucks.

The WCRE Foundation’s sixth annual charity golf tournament, held June 15, saw another successful year, raising $11,000 more than its 2022 outing did for a grand total of $86,000. Event proceeds will be evenly distributed among six local nonprofits: I AM ALS, the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey, Bancroft, the American Cancer Society, Ronald McDonald House of Southern New Jersey and Samaritan.

The Murphy Administration recently awarded $7 million in grants for statewide projects enhancing and modernizing local storm water management practices and infrastructure, many of which will utilize green infrastructure technology and natural solutions to improve waterways’ ecological health. Locally, Palmyra will receive $60,750 while $50,000 will go to Moorestown for those municipalities’ storm water opportunity planning and analysis efforts; green infrastructure project funding includes $1.2 million for the Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority, $135,000 for Pemberton Township and $115,542 for Bordentown City; improvement of existing storm water infrastructure grants will see $378,420 going to Mansfield Township; and Mount Holly is slated to receive $285,000 for its management and restoration projects.


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Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 13, Issue 7 (July 2023).

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