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Stimulus Funds for Every NJ City; The Monster Buck; Heroin Abuse in NJ Cities; Burn Down D.C.

 

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NJ's Share of the $1.9 Trillion Relief Package: How Much Each Town Gets...NJ105.com

 

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(March 14, 2021)--The State of New Jersey received $10.9 billion in aid from the American Rescue Plan that was signed into law last week by President Joe Biden. Of that amount, $6.434 billion goes to the state government, $189 million to expand broadband internet, $1.823 billion for 21 counties, and $1.741 for 565 municipalities. 

Some of the cities that received the most include, Camden City ($63,284,330), Newark Screen Shot 2021-03-14 at 21.7.10($182,647,351), Jersey City ($ 145,818,453), Paterson ($63,716,304).

According to NJ105.com the money is meant to prevent layoffs of essential services and cuts to services, and investment in infrastructure. 

How much did your city receive? Here are the amounts for communities in the CNBNews circulation area provided by NJ1015.com

 

Atlantic City

$    33,340,049.27

 

Audubon Park

 $             98,428.68

Audubon 

 $           848,431.61

Barrington 

 $           652,458.35

Bellmawr 

 $        1,115,819.70

Brooklawn 

 $           186,444.74

Burlington City

$             968,373.15

Burlington Twp.

$          2,219,458.60

Camden City

$      63,284,329.94

Cherry Hill

$      11,591,814.51

Collingswood

 $        1,363,856.03

Deptford 

 $           2,981,249.40

Evesham 

 $          4,438,917.19

Gibbsboro 

 $           217,879.05

Gloucester City

 $        1,102,067.19

Gloucester Twp.

$        7,632,602.18

Haddon Heights

 $           739,590.32

Haddon Twp.

$        1,428,394.59

Haddonfield 

 $        1,111,693.94

Maple Shade 

 $          1,814,938.35

Moorestown 

 $          2,015,332.06

Mount Ephraim

$           450,591.16

Oaklyn 

 $           388,508.40

Pennsauken 

 $        3,512,882.13

Pine Hill 

 $        1,023,284.95

 

Runnemede 

 $           815,327.36

 

Washington Twp.

$           4,690,882.82

 

West Deptford

 $           2,060,911.81

Westville 

 $              407,074.29

Woodbury 

 $              962,086.28

Woodbury Heights

 $              291,160.28

 

Wildwood Crest

 $          299,411.78

Wildwood 

 $          486,052.98

 

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Ohio Hunter Finds a Massive 233-inch Deadhead Buck

 

6a00d8341bf7d953ef0263e98fb156200b-800wiJason Kline shows off the rack of the beast  he has been hunting for nearly 10 years (Photo Jason Kline)

Jason Kline has been hunting a monster deer for nearly a decade, according to Outdoor Life Kline said he named the deer "Herman".  He’s killed his fair share of good ones, but there’s only ever been one “Herman,” which is the monster buck he focused on for the past five seasons. Kline hunts Sandusky County, Ohio, which is located in the northwestern region of the state. That isn’t the area of Ohio that’s best known for big deer—the southern third of the state is more often recognized as monster buck country—but don’t tell that to Kline who recently picked up “Herman’s” 233 7/8-inch rack. 

"Northwestern Ohio has blocks of fields and woods,” Kline says. “He was very visible. It was kind of dumb for a deer this big, but people would see him every day, either morning or evening.” Of course, since the deer was so visible, everyone in the area knew of him and wanted a crack at the giant.  “Last year, during gun season, I had him in gun range at about 80 yards. I just couldn’t get a good shot at him, and to be perfectly honest, he was standing right on the property line. I couldn’t tell if he was on my side of the property line or the neighbors. The fence is broken down right there, and I couldn’t see it from where I was.”

READ article: Ohio Hunter Finds a Massive 233-Inch Deadhead Buck

NJ Towns With Most Heroin Abuse Cases

 A number of New Jersey towns had a sizable number of heroin-abuse cases this past year as the opiate drug continues to be a pervasive problem in the state's cities and suburban areas, according to PATCH/NEWARK. And some officials worry that it could become a bigger problem amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Patch put together a list of towns with the most-to-least heroin abuse cases (see below). While some communities such as Newark routinely appear at the top of the list, others, such as Toms River, Barnegat, Ventnor, Wildwood, and even Point Pleasant Boro have an unusually high rate of abuse cases compared to other communities. The statistics were released by the Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services in the New Jersey Department of Human Services, and they're based on the number of people seeking treatment for heroin abuse from the most recent year available, 2019.

Here is the list of New Jersey towns with the highest-to-lowest number of cases per 1,000 people (the number indicates the number of cases per 1,000 people):

  1. PINE VALLEY 250.00
  2. WRIGHTSTOWN 155.37
  3. SEASIDE HEIGHTS 35.94
  4. MANTALOKING 34.01
  5. EGG HARBOR CITY 33.63
  6. ATLANTIC CITY 31.40
  7. WOODBINE 24.86
  8. WEST WILDWOOD 22.99
  9. WILDWOOD 22.59
  10. BELVIDERE TWP 21.76
  11. WASHINGTON TWP (BURLINGTON) 21.74
  12. VENTNOR 20.81
  13. CAPE MAY POINT 19.61
  14. KEANSBURG 18.75
  15. CLEMENTON 18.65
  16. GLOUCESTER CITY 18.62

THE FULL ARTICLE PROVIDED BY PATCH.COM/Newark

Read more: NJ School Districts With Most Drug, Alcohol Cases: New Data 2020

Black Lives Matter, Antifa March Through DC, Chant ‘Burn It Down’...Epoch Times

WASHINGTON DC (February 7, 2021)--Black Lives Matter protesters and Antifa agitators marched through Washington on Feb. 6 and threatened people as they ate dinner, according to video footage and reports, according to The Epoch Times

“Burn it down,” the demonstrators chanted.

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“We are here tonight because black lives matter,” members of the far-left group also said. “Despite black lives mattering, black people are still dying at the hands of the police paid for by our tax dollars.”

Other video footage uploaded by independent journalists on the scene showed Antifa types fighting with police officers, who were trying to keep them away from restaurants. Some, clad in all black, could be seen holding the red-and-black Antifa flag.

At one point, police in Washington were seen forming lines around outdoor diners to separate them from the demonstrators and agitators.

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Anti-police protests and riots have been a constant presence in Washington following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis last May.

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