Trenton – Senator Troy Singleton today highlighted $500,000 in funding he supported in the Fiscal Year 2024 Budget for Bordentown Township, which will go towards revitalizing the town’s Senior/Community Center.
“Community centers are paramount to facilitating local programming and providing internet access to seniors and others who may not have access at home,” said Senator Troy Singleton (D-Burlington), Chair of the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee. “This funding will go a long way towards modernizing this center in the new Bordentown Municipal Complex. I look forward to seeing the impact this investment has on the town and all those who call it home.”
Senator Singleton obtained the funding through his sponsorship of a resolution in the Fiscal Year 2024 budget. The $500,000 award will go towards modernizing and improving the existing Senior/Community Center with new facilities, high-speed internet access, and public education areas. The Senator was joined by Mayor Steve Benowitz, Deputy Mayor Eugene Fuzy and sons, and Committeewoman Aneka Miller.