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4 Eco-Friendly Ideas for a Fantastic School Year

When the sun sets on summer and the school year looms, most kids aren’t thrilled to head back to class. However, it’s an important time to consider eco-friendly habits both in and out of the classroom. And like most things in life, it all comes down to looking at...

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CCIA Announces New Clean Streets Program

MILLVILLE, NEW JERSEY (August 8, 2017) – Always looking for innovative ways to keep Cumberland County’s 540 miles of roadways litter-free, the Cumberland County Improvement Authority (CCIA) recently initiated the Clean Streets Program. The program is administered...

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Summer Vacation Recycling Tips

Whether you’re sunning it up in San Juan or seeking adventure in the Adirondacks this summer, some things slip your mind. Tropical drinks, sand in your hair, kids all running amuck—the last thing anyone thinks about on vacation is responsibility. And understandably!...

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Green Goings in Cumberland County

It always bestows pride into our hearts when the community that we actually live in is making tangible differences in our earth and local environment. It only makes sense that as a part of the “Garden State” Cumberland County is actually taking steps to preserve wild...

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7 of the Most Convenient Ways to Go Green

Before you click away from this article assuming that going green is for “tree-huggers,” allow us to convince you that going green doesn’t just help the earth, but it helps you, too. The best news for you is that going green isn’t as inconvenient and time consuming as...

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Cumberland County Bankers & Business Roundtable

May 1, 2017 – The Cumberland County Improvement Authority (CCIA) is holding the annual Cumberland County Bankers & Business Roundtable on Friday May 12, 2017, at the Cumberland County College. This year’s roundtable will feature a local business report by John Ruga,...

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$8.2 million has been awarded to Northeast Precast, LLC, as part of the GROW NJ initiative, marking the eighth successful entry for a business in Cumberland County to the statewide program. The concrete manufacturer recently completed its plans to expand operations at...

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7 Recycling Rules You’re Either Making or Breaking

Life is crazy. And in the midst of chaos, we often forget what most consider “small things.” Like recycling for example—when lives are busy, we don’t spend so much time mulling over the environmental impact of a gum wrapper missing the trash bin. But when we do make...

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Cumberland County Economic Update

The Cumberland County Improvement Authority (CCIA) is currently in the process of updating the County 2020 Economic Development Strategic Plan. In the seven years since the writing of the 2020 plan, there have been substantial changes within economic development,...

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