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The $2.5 million project will be funded by a partnership between the township and three local non-profits, officials said.
40-year Wyckoff resident Elaine M. Ferro died in March.
Owner of Villa Amalfi cost the government $166K, officials said.
The state announced $81.6 million worth of grants awarded to municipalities across New Jersey.
Money used to fund Pulis Field project.