WATERFORD, NJ — Township residents will have the final say on a proposed $9.2 million upgrade for schools affected by mold, according to the Courier-Post.
Part of that dollar amount includes new heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and controls at the district''s three elementary schools, new roofs at two schools and asbestos abatement at one of the elementary schools, the article stated.
According to the article, the changes include new flooring for areas that had been carpeted in order to fix chronic problems that led to mold infestations at the three schools last fall.
Each school was shut down for a week in order to clean up the mold issue, the article noted.
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