Not sure why workers would be privy to such information, but it may be true. The state grant was for a specific amount of money, so if it has run dry, it is up to Clayton to continue the work; there would be no additional funds from the state available, as it pertained to that specific grant. Also, grant recipients are required to pay 10% of the grant money (in this case, about $150,000), so if nothing was to proceed, then Clayton would be out $150K. This does not seem rational from where I'm sitting, but stranger things have happened.......
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The way I understand it, north of Union Ave in Lakehurst is NJT, operated by Conrail, and south of Union Ave is Clayton property.
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