Press Release

For Immediate Release: October 17, 2014

Summit Receives Kids’ Recreation Trust Fund and the “Greening Union County” Grants

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Union County Freeholder Chairman Christopher Hudak (R) and Freeholder Bruce Bergen (L) present Summit Council President Robert J. Rubino (2nd L) and Councilman Richard J. Madden with checks from the Kids’ Recreation Trust Fund and the “Greening Union County” grant programs at the October 16 Freeholder Board meeting in Elizabeth.

In 2014, almost $1 million in matching grants from the Kids’ Recreation Trust Fund will be distributed to municipalities across Union County that are looking to upgrade or build playing fields, including hockey rinks, soccer fields, baseball fields, swimming pools, and other recreational facilities for children and families.

The “Greening Union County” program helps local governments offset the cost of planting trees through matching grants.

Freeholder Bergen is the chairman of the Union County Open Space, Historic Preservation and Recreation Trust Fund which provides all the matching grants for the programs.

(Photo by Jim Lowney/County of Union)

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