Fully Funded School Construction Projects Kept on Hold

By Marie DeNoia Aronsohn
State lawmakers are questioning why the Christie administration has put most of the 52 state reviewed, authorized and fully funded school construction projects on the 2008 Capital Plan on hold.  All work at a construction site in Newark for the Oliver Street School has stopped.  The same stoppage has happened at schools in Camden, Phillipsburg, and throughout the state. The new head of the Schools Development Authority (SDA) Marc Larkins stated all of the projects listed in the 2008 capital plan –with the exception of a handful of jobs already underway – will be stalled until his department can review them yet again.

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One Response to Fully Funded School Construction Projects Kept on Hold

  1. Chu Ling says:

    All work at a construction site in Newark for the Oliver Street School has stopped. The fully funded school construction projects are kept on old. Things need to change. There are too many of us construction workers that are unable to find work, particularly work that suits us. Luckily, I recently found an amazing site that lists different Construction Projects in New Jersey, as well as other states. You can find really detailed leads on Dodge Projects, and it has really helped me find some work. They are definitely worth checking out.

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