Freeholder Chairman Jim Curcio today announced the additions and renovations to the Atlantic County Institute of Technology have come in nearly $250,000 under budget. ?The work being done on the Atlantic County Institute of Technology is going to pay dividends for our community in the future,? said Curcio. ?Nearly half of the project is funded by a state grant and the fact that we?ve been able to come in under budget is an added benefit.?
?This project is providing a great boost to our local economy by putting Atlantic County residents to work,? said Freeholder Frank Giordano, who is the Chairman of the Economic Development Committee. ?Now these students will have a great learning facility for training in new technologies that will make our work force better equipped to handle more technical jobs that can be done right here.?
?This is just another example of how we as a board have been working to help our community in tough economic times and maintain strong fiscal policy to benefit the taxpayers of Atlantic County,? noted Curcio.
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