Based on applications submitted in August, the Warren Township School District on Monday announced the receipt of an award for more than $2 million in grants from the New Jersey Department of Education for seven districtwide construction projects.
The projects and state awards include a roof replacement project at Mt. Horeb School ($944,440); window replacement projects at both Mt. Horeb ($561,306) and the Warren Middle ($186,006) Schools; a boiler replacement project at Central School ($147,571); and facade renovation projects at the Angelo L. Tomaso ($130,637), Mt. Horeb ($32,901) and Woodland ($55,642) schools.
Combining the state grants with funds the district previously had set aside for these projects, the construction will not require any additional monies from the taxpayers of the district, according to an announcement from the school district.
Initial project work is anticipated to begin in the spring.
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