N.J. gets $29.7M stimulus for safe neighborhoods program

By Chris Megerian
The Star-Ledger

Gov. Jon Corzine announced yesterday $29.7 million in federal stimulus money for New Jersey's Safe Streets and Neighborhoods program.

"Building safer communities has been a top priority of this administration," Corzine said. "I'm pleased that these funds will help further our crime fighting efforts throughout the state."

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