Jersey Shore Borough applies for grants
JERSEY SHORE — Jersey Shore Borough Council approved two applications for grants to support the borough’s public safety building project.
The first grant was a $3 million administration grant application to the Department of Commerce and Economic Development, while the second was the $1 million emergency rural healthcare grant application to the United States Department of Agriculture, borough manager Cody Hoover said.
The borough approved its 2022 minimal municipal obligation to employee pensions, which will be $31,687, according to Hoover.
The borough’s homecoming parade is scheduled for Oct. 13 at 6 p.m. It will begin on School Road and turn onto Locust Street, cross over at South Broad Street to Thompson Street, then go to McCanna Drive to end at the high school football stadium.