Cresskill voters approve $21M for school repairs
Clip: 01/26/2022 | 1m 13s | Video has closed captioning.
Repair work will move forward on a Cresskill school building that was damaged during Tropical Storm Ida. In a referendum, voters there approved $21 million to fix the middle and high school building, which suffered flood damage from the storm. It was a different story in Hoboken, where a plan for major borrowing to build a new high school was rejected by the city’s voters.
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