Hoboken Councilwoman Fisher: Part 2, Increasing Enrollment Would Mean 2 New Schools

Earlier today Hoboken’s 2nd Ward Councilwoman Tiffanie Fisher posted the first half of a newsletter discussing her viewpoint of the proposed, new high school residents will vote on come January 25.  She focused on the cost and the impact on taxes residents will face if the referendum to build a new high school is approved at the voting booth.

In the second half of her newsletter released this evening, Councilwoman Fisher discusses the city’s increased, student enrollment and how a new building would have a direct impact on the Demarest School, among other issues.

Here is part 2 of her newsletter:

 

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