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Another round of Community Development Block Grant money will be coming New Jersey’s way.
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Only a quarter of the federal aid allocation for New Jersey for Hurricane Sandy rebuilding has been distributed so far.
To keep a masonry wall within the conditioned envelope, crews wrap the building’s rooftop parapet into the building’s EIFS exterior.
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