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The NJHMFA Down Payment Assistance Program (DPA) provides up to $15,000 for qualified first-time homebuyers to use as down payment and closing cost assistance when purchasing a home in New Jersey. The DPA is an interest-free, five-year forgivable second loan with no monthly payment.To participate in this program, the DPA must be paired with an NJHMFA first mortgage loan. The first mortgage loan is a competitive 30-year, fixed-rate government-insured loan (FHA/VA/USDA) or conventional mortgage, originated through an NJHMFA participating lender. Certain restrictions such as maximum household income and purchase price limits apply. View the income and purchase price limits here. NJHMFA's participating lenders are the best representatives to help walk you through program qualification details including income and purchase price limits, and help you complete the application process. Click here to find an NJHMFA participating lender..




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Anyone interested in bidding on or engaging in any contract (or part thereof) for public work which is subject to the provisions of the Prevailing Wage Act must register with the Division of Wage and Hour Compliance as required by the Public Works Contractor Registration Act (PWCRA) P.L. 1999, c.238-N.J.S.A. 34:11-56.48 et seq., which establishes a unified procedure for the registration of contractors and subcontractors engaged in public works building projects. The PWCRA requires an annual registration fee of $300. After successful completion of two consecutive years of registration, a contractor may elect to register for a two-year period and pay a registration fee of $500.Upon registration, the contractor and/or subcontractor will be issued a certificate indicating compliance with the requirements of the Act. Public bodies are expected to require proof of registration of all contractors bidding on the project and all subcontractors identified in such bids.


Special Security Notice: All reasonable precautions are being taken to keep the information you provide in this application private and secure. However, no Internet security can be guaranteed 100%. Therefore, you are advised that any information that you provide over the Internet to complete this application may be subject to "hacking" or other misuse.


To calculate the exact amount of property tax you will owe requires your property's assessed value and the property tax rates based on your property's address. Please note that we can only estimate your property tax based on median property taxes in your area. There are typically multiple rates in a given area, because your state, county, local schools and emergency responders each receive funding partly through these taxes. In our calculator, we take your home value and multiply that by your county's effective property tax rate. This is equal to the median property tax paid as a percentage of the median home value in your county.


Property tax rates in New Jersey vary significantly by city and county. Municipalities, counties and school districts all determine their own rates. There may also be additional tax rates that apply for specific purposes such as parks or libraries.


NOTE: Remember, all applications for this program must be submitted to your local application agency. Once your application is submitted it will be processed. If there is a problem with the application, you will be notified by mail and you must contact the local application agency that originally submitted your application.


If you are not eligible for LIHEAP, there are other utility assistance programs you may qualify for. Details for each of these programs follow. We have included a table at the bottom of this page that reflects the current Federal Poverty Level set for various family sizes. It includes figures for the different income eligibility guidelines set for each program.


SUEZ Cares - NJ SHARES administers a water assistance program for Suez Water (formerly United Water) customers in need. There is no income guideline for the program. Customers must be experiencing a financial crisis, have to make a good faith payment of $20 within 90 days prior to applying to qualify for a maximum grant of $100. Applications are administered through the mail or online. You can also call 609-883-1626.


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Postmarks are notaccepted.In the event that there isa delay in the certification of the tax rate and the mailing of the tax bills,the grace period for the August 1st payment will be extended. The extendedgrace period will allow 25 days after the date of mailing of the taxbills.


Energy Saving Tips Are you doing everything you can to keep your energy bills manageable this season? As the days get longer and we are all home more, these energy saving tips can help you keep your energy costs under control. There are several low and no-cost suggestions too! Learn more.


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This action is said to be brought not only for the plaintiffs above named but also on behalf of all other former stockholders of the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge Company similarly situated, based on the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, 15 U.S.C.A. 78a et seq., including, without being limited to, Section 10(b) thereof, 15 U.S.C.A. 78j (b) and Rule X-10B-5 promulgated thereunder; Section 15(c), 15 U.S.C.A. 78o(c), and Rules X-15C 1-2, X-15c 1-5, and Section 78cc; and also under the Securities Act of 1933 as amended, 15 U.S.C.A. 77a et seq., including, without being limited to, Section 5 thereof, 15 U.S.C.A. 77e.


In October of 1947 a syndicate consisting of Ketcham and Nongard, Thomas J. Christensen, Rickard W. Parks, Herbert K. Bell, Clifford R. Powell and Theodore R. Hanff, with an aggregate investment of $25,000, acquired the entire ownership of the Burlington-Bristol Bridge Company. Shortly thereafter Messrs. Ketcham and Nongard, Theodore Hanff and Clifford R. Powell took steps toward the acquisition of all of the stock of the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge Company to the end that the syndicate that had purchased the Burlington-Bristol Bridge Company would be able to transfer the stock of both companies to a bridge commission which would issue revenue bonds in a large amount assuring substantial returns to the syndicate members with little investment of funds upon their part. The interests of the members of *757 the syndicate in the ultimate profits so to be realized were fixed at 25% each for Messrs. Hanff and Powell, 25% for the firm of Messrs. Ketcham and Nongard; and Messrs. Bell, Parks and Christensen were to divide the remaining 25%.


Some time in 1947 the group retained Mr. William C. Mulligan, a member of the firm of Winston, Strawn and Shaw, Chicago attorneys, as its chief counsel. Mr. Robert C. Sherritt and his Sarjem Corporation, a concern which specialized in gathering together outstanding shares in the hands of scattered stockholders, were engaged to solicit the stockholders of the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge Company, of which there were about 1500 scattered about the country, to agree to sell their shares. Meanwhile legislation had been passed by the New Jersey Legislature favorable to the plan by way of Chapter 318 of the New Jersey Laws of 1946, Chapter 401 of the New Jersey Laws of 1947 and Chapter 288 of the New Jersey Laws of 1948 so that no later than March, 1948, there was no doubt that the necessary bridge commission would come into existence when called for by Mr. Powell.


These negotiations culminated in the late summer of 1948 with a price agreed upon of $88.50 for the Class A and common shares and $154.87 for the preferred stock. The book value of the preferred stock was $100 per share and for the Class A and common, $32.67 per share. The latter two were listed on the Philadelphia Exchange at 72 and 70 respectively, and the preferred was listed at 111. By September 7, 1948, the holders of 35% of the Class A and 60% of the common stock had signed agreements with Sarjem Corporation for the sale of their shares. On that date Sarjem Corporation mailed the letter and form of purchase agreement appended hereto as Annexes 1 and 2 to all the stockholders who had not already executed agreements. Just before this time, Sarjem Corporation engaged six other brokers and dealers including the defendant, Buckley Securities Corporation, to begin a campaign in several cities by personal interview, telephone, and mail to secure additional acceptances for which they were to receive $1 for each share of Class A and common stock and $1.75 for each share of preferred stock sold to Sarjem at their solicitation. A copy of the form of letter used by the defendant, Buckley Securities Corporation, is appended hereto as Annex 3. 041b061a72


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