Bergen County agency to create green jobs training facility in Garfield
A Bergen County anti-poverty agency is building a state-of-the-art training center to teach workers weatherization skills, funded by a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, officials said Monday.
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#1 Aug 16, 2010
You have to ask yourself, how much of the million dollars goes to administrative costs and how much trickles down to the guy learning how to use insulation. Then come the claims filed for being exposed to toxic homes. More waste of your tax dollars and in a city that really knows how to waste it best.
Which cousin, nephew, uncle, aunt, girl friend, etc. will they appoint to run this boondoggle?
#2 Aug 16, 2010
That money might be better spent fixing the homes of the chromium disaster.
#3 Aug 18, 2010
They are just pissing away money like its cheap cream ale!
#4 Aug 18, 2010
Hey! You need a good slap in the head, because you're right!
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