Lakewood Township To Participate In The “Live Where You Work” Program

lakewood township municipal building tls_wmThe Township is expected to hold a news conference to announce the participation in the LWYW program. Speakers will include, Robert W. Singer, N.J. Senator and Lakewood Committeeman, Steven Langert, Mayor of Lakewood, Marge Della Vecchia, Executive Director of NJHMFA, Steven Reinman, Director of Economic Development, Lakewood and Ed Collins, Live Where You Work Program, NJHMFA. LWYW is a special incentive program designed to encourage local workers to buy homes and live in the communities where they are employed. To facilitate that, the NJHMFA is offering this program to assist first time homebuyers with a down payment, closing costs, and competitive lending rates.
 
A number of large New Jersey cities and towns are already participating in this program.  Lakewood officials feel this is a valuable resource for the residents and employers of the community.
 
Details of the program and rates will be available at the press conference. Fran Kirschner.

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12 COMMENTS

  1. Alwz altering the truth. Y do u censor a story. Arent you suppose to honor 1st ammendment rights? Come on TLS!

  2. 3his sounds fishy
    who is footing this bill is it coming out of our tax base do we have to natch a goverment grant ??
    if anything the bill should require all township employees to live here .

  3. This is outrageous! Why I should I pay taxes to give those who have the good fortune of not having to commute to work money?What is this program supposed to accomplish? Do they think most people who work out of Lakewood enjoy commuting?

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