ROSELLE – Mayor Jamel Holley and the borough council want to partner with the school board to build a new Early Learning Center school, a library and a community center as part of a complex on a five acre lot bordered by Chandler and Harrison avenues between Morris Place and 9th Avenue, according to a Star-Ledger report.
The project would add approximately $150 a year to the average borough property tax bill, according to the report.
The new school would replace leased classrooms being used for pre-K and kindergarten classes.
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