2013 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Section 34:1B-167 - "Local-State Business Incentive Promotion Program" created.

NJ Rev Stat § 34:1B-167 (2013) What's This?

34:1B-167 "Local-State Business Incentive Promotion Program" created.

3. a. There is created, in the authority, a "Local-State Business Incentive Promotion Program." The program shall be established by the authority. The program shall consist of loans which shall be provided to qualified applicants in order to retain existing businesses or to attract new businesses within a county or municipality by providing the businesses with financing for a project, which may include, but not limited to; the development of transportation services, parking facilities or other types of investments needed to assist local business retention and attraction efforts; the promotion of environmental, quality of life and public safety projects to make an area more conducive for existing businesses to expand and to attract new businesses to an area; and the acquisition of buildings and real property needed to retain businesses or to attract businesses to locate within the area.

b. In designing and implementing the program, the authority shall enter into agreements with local agencies, businesses and nonprofit organizations for matching funds in order to leverage its loans with funds from such entities. The terms and conditions of any agreements for matching funds shall be determined by the authority.


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