Romano touts $1.4M in CARES Act funding for Hoboken after vote by freeholders

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Hoboken Freeholder Anthony Romano (D-5) is touting the $1.4 million in CARES Act funding going to the Mile Square City after a vote by the Hudson County Board of Chosen Freeholders last week.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

“I would like to thank the federal government, County Executive Tom DeGise and my colleagues on the Freeholder Board for helping us to deliver critical funds to our residents,” Romano said in a statement.

“I will continue to do everything in my power to deliver relief to our residents and small businesses during this crisis. Currently, I am seeking an additional two million dollars to help our small businesses that are hurting greatly right now.”

Last week, the freeholder board unanimously approved $1,493,288 in CARES funding for Hoboken.

The only Hudson County municipality that did not receive an allocation last week was East Newark.

The other CARES funding approvals are as follows:

Bayonne 

$1,324,220

Guttenberg

$193,473

Harrison

$237,993

Jersey City

$7,221,238

Kearny 

$651,771

North Bergen

$846,162

Secaucus

$565,308

Union City

$2,390,000

Weehawken

$1,350,000

West New York

$934,522

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