Icy, hot

    Renovations on Burlington County’s Hainesport School are coming along nicely. Except for the fact that the roof isn’t finished and classroom temperatures are anything but comfortable.


    The two-year $9.6 million project includes upgrades of both the cosmetic and essential sort, the new roof falling into the latter category.

    Superintendent and Principal Virginia Grossman told the Burlington County Times some students have been wearing winter coats in their classrooms, while others are sweating in their long-sleeve shirts.

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