The deadline to apply for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is May 31, 2017. Applications with a May 31 postmark will be accepted. Applicants who had previously been denied may wish to reapply if their circumstances have changed, particularly if their monthly income has been reduced.
For details see the Department of Community Affairs March 9 press release. Applications with incomplete documentation will be put into pending status for thirty days, according to a DCA spokesperson.
The following post appears on a City of Newark, New Jersey government website.
Job Posting: Seeking Chief Sustainability Officer
The City of Newark is recruiting a Chief Sustainability Officer who will work closely with an interdepartmental Sustainability Team drawn from key city departments, the Newark Environmental Commission, community partners, and businesses. The team is charged with achieving a healthier, greener Newark in all five wards. The Sustainability Team will build on the framework of the Newark Sustainability Action Plan, guided by principles of environmental and social justice, to ensure all members of the community benefit from the city’s progress.
See job description here.
Applications submitted before July 25, 2016 will be given priority. Position will start in mid-September.
The state of New Jersey has released income guidelines for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and the Universal Service Fund (USF) program. As has been the custom for almost twenty years, information on these and other energy assistance programs has been updated and available on the New Jersey Community Resources website and blog.
For more information visit the website homepage or the energy assistance programs page.