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    May 23, 2018 | 2190 views | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Bingo brings a turnout at the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home, which is receiving more than $2 million from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
    Bingo brings a turnout at the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home, which is receiving more than $2 million from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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    VINELAND — The Department of Veterans Affairs announced that it will use $685 million in funding from Congress to fund several State Veterans Home construction projects through the VA State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program. And part of this funding will impact the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home as more than $2 million is designated for needed renovations including the HVAC system and roof remediation. Vineland was the only New Jersey project listed and is No. 28 on a list of 52 that will be funded by the VA at this time. “This is welcome news from the VA to prioritize the needed repairs at our Veterans Memorial Home to ensure the safety and comfort of residents,” said Congressman Frank LoBiondo, NJ-2. “I appreciate the VA listening to our concerns and applaud President Trump’s continued commitment to our veterans.” The new funding can be used where needed for repairs, renovation or new construction, and is part of an Omnibus Bill that represents the largest allocation to the more than 50-year-old State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program; funding for the program has averaged $94 million over the last five years. The State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program provides up to 65 percent of the cost to build and renovate facilities. LoBiondo secured a $25 Million federal grant from the VA State Home Construction Grant Program for the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home in January 2002. The state of New Jersey contributed an additional $15 million for the $40 million rebuilding and expansion project of the present-day home.
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    $2M on the Way for Veterans Home
    May 23, 2018 | 2190 views | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Bingo brings a turnout at the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home, which is receiving more than $2 million from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
    Bingo brings a turnout at the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home, which is receiving more than $2 million from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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    VINELAND — The Department of Veterans Affairs announced that it will use $685 million in funding from Congress to fund several State Veterans Home construction projects through the VA State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program. And part of this funding will impact the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home as more than $2 million is designated for needed renovations including the HVAC system and roof remediation. Vineland was the only New Jersey project listed and is No. 28 on a list of 52 that will be funded by the VA at this time. “This is welcome news from the VA to prioritize the needed repairs at our Veterans Memorial Home to ensure the safety and comfort of residents,” said Congressman Frank LoBiondo, NJ-2. “I appreciate the VA listening to our concerns and applaud President Trump’s continued commitment to our veterans.” The new funding can be used where needed for repairs, renovation or new construction, and is part of an Omnibus Bill that represents the largest allocation to the more than 50-year-old State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program; funding for the program has averaged $94 million over the last five years. The State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program provides up to 65 percent of the cost to build and renovate facilities. LoBiondo secured a $25 Million federal grant from the VA State Home Construction Grant Program for the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home in January 2002. The state of New Jersey contributed an additional $15 million for the $40 million rebuilding and expansion project of the present-day home.
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    $2M on the Way for Veterans Home
    May 23, 2018 | 2190 views | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Bingo brings a turnout at the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home, which is receiving more than $2 million from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
    Bingo brings a turnout at the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home, which is receiving more than $2 million from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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    VINELAND — The Department of Veterans Affairs announced that it will use $685 million in funding from Congress to fund several State Veterans Home construction projects through the VA State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program. And part of this funding will impact the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home as more than $2 million is designated for needed renovations including the HVAC system and roof remediation. Vineland was the only New Jersey project listed and is No. 28 on a list of 52 that will be funded by the VA at this time. “This is welcome news from the VA to prioritize the needed repairs at our Veterans Memorial Home to ensure the safety and comfort of residents,” said Congressman Frank LoBiondo, NJ-2. “I appreciate the VA listening to our concerns and applaud President Trump’s continued commitment to our veterans.” The new funding can be used where needed for repairs, renovation or new construction, and is part of an Omnibus Bill that represents the largest allocation to the more than 50-year-old State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program; funding for the program has averaged $94 million over the last five years. The State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program provides up to 65 percent of the cost to build and renovate facilities. LoBiondo secured a $25 Million federal grant from the VA State Home Construction Grant Program for the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home in January 2002. The state of New Jersey contributed an additional $15 million for the $40 million rebuilding and expansion project of the present-day home.
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    $2M on the Way for Veterans Home
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    Bingo brings a turnout at the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home, which is receiving more than $2 million from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
    Bingo brings a turnout at the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home, which is receiving more than $2 million from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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    VINELAND — The Department of Veterans Affairs announced that it will use $685 million in funding from Congress to fund several State Veterans Home construction projects through the VA State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program. And part of this funding will impact the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home as more than $2 million is designated for needed renovations including the HVAC system and roof remediation. Vineland was the only New Jersey project listed and is No. 28 on a list of 52 that will be funded by the VA at this time. “This is welcome news from the VA to prioritize the needed repairs at our Veterans Memorial Home to ensure the safety and comfort of residents,” said Congressman Frank LoBiondo, NJ-2. “I appreciate the VA listening to our concerns and applaud President Trump’s continued commitment to our veterans.” The new funding can be used where needed for repairs, renovation or new construction, and is part of an Omnibus Bill that represents the largest allocation to the more than 50-year-old State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program; funding for the program has averaged $94 million over the last five years. The State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program provides up to 65 percent of the cost to build and renovate facilities. LoBiondo secured a $25 Million federal grant from the VA State Home Construction Grant Program for the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home in January 2002. The state of New Jersey contributed an additional $15 million for the $40 million rebuilding and expansion project of the present-day home.
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    Bingo brings a turnout at the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home, which is receiving more than $2 million from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
    Bingo brings a turnout at the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home, which is receiving more than $2 million from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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    VINELAND — The Department of Veterans Affairs announced that it will use $685 million in funding from Congress to fund several State Veterans Home construction projects through the VA State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program. And part of this funding will impact the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home as more than $2 million is designated for needed renovations including the HVAC system and roof remediation. Vineland was the only New Jersey project listed and is No. 28 on a list of 52 that will be funded by the VA at this time. “This is welcome news from the VA to prioritize the needed repairs at our Veterans Memorial Home to ensure the safety and comfort of residents,” said Congressman Frank LoBiondo, NJ-2. “I appreciate the VA listening to our concerns and applaud President Trump’s continued commitment to our veterans.” The new funding can be used where needed for repairs, renovation or new construction, and is part of an Omnibus Bill that represents the largest allocation to the more than 50-year-old State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program; funding for the program has averaged $94 million over the last five years. The State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program provides up to 65 percent of the cost to build and renovate facilities. LoBiondo secured a $25 Million federal grant from the VA State Home Construction Grant Program for the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home in January 2002. The state of New Jersey contributed an additional $15 million for the $40 million rebuilding and expansion project of the present-day home.
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    Bingo brings a turnout at the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home, which is receiving more than $2 million from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
    Bingo brings a turnout at the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home, which is receiving more than $2 million from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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    VINELAND — The Department of Veterans Affairs announced that it will use $685 million in funding from Congress to fund several State Veterans Home construction projects through the VA State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program. And part of this funding will impact the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home as more than $2 million is designated for needed renovations including the HVAC system and roof remediation. Vineland was the only New Jersey project listed and is No. 28 on a list of 52 that will be funded by the VA at this time. “This is welcome news from the VA to prioritize the needed repairs at our Veterans Memorial Home to ensure the safety and comfort of residents,” said Congressman Frank LoBiondo, NJ-2. “I appreciate the VA listening to our concerns and applaud President Trump’s continued commitment to our veterans.” The new funding can be used where needed for repairs, renovation or new construction, and is part of an Omnibus Bill that represents the largest allocation to the more than 50-year-old State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program; funding for the program has averaged $94 million over the last five years. The State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program provides up to 65 percent of the cost to build and renovate facilities. LoBiondo secured a $25 Million federal grant from the VA State Home Construction Grant Program for the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home in January 2002. The state of New Jersey contributed an additional $15 million for the $40 million rebuilding and expansion project of the present-day home.
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