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Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. and President Biden

Pascrell Secures Money to Study Flooding in Cresskill

Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. announced last week that the Biden Administration has agreed to provide funding to initiate a study on the Tenakill Brook to protect Cresskill from future flood events..

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Cresskill Students Remain in Limbo

Cresskill Public Schools vote to make repairs after Hurricane Ida

In Cresskill, voters approved a referendum allowing the district to sell bonds to generate funding for the repairs to the Middle and High Schools after Hurricane Ida.

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Cresskill approves $21.6 million referendum measure to repair schools damaged by Ida

Cresskill voters overwhelmingly approved a $21.6 million proposal on Tuesday to make repairs to the middle and high school building, which was damaged during the remnants of Hurricane Ida in September.

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Cresskill Students Remain in Limbo

Cresskill approves $21.6 million referendum measure to repair schools damaged by Ida

Cresskill voters overwhelmingly approved a $21.6 million proposal on Tuesday to make repairs to the middle and high school building, which was damaged during the remnants of Hurricane Ida in September.

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Cresskill Students Remain in Limbo

10 N.J. districts asking voters to OK $394.9M on Tuesday, including project to fund repairs from Ida

There’s a lot riding on approval of the $21.6 million bond referendum being presented to voters in Cresskill Public School District this week, Superintendent Michael Burke told NJ Advance Media ahead of Tuesday’s special election.

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Pascrell Seeks Help for Cresskill

For students at Cresskill's flood-damaged high school, it all comes down to referendum

CRESSKILL — Since a flood ravaged the middle and high school building, causing over $20 million in damage, parents and students have fought for two things: swift repairs and a return to in-person instruction.

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Cresskill Students Remain in Limbo

Cresskill Students Remain In Limbo Months After Ida Damages Their School

Four months after 1,000 students at Cresskill Middle/High School were displaced due to damage caused by Tropical Storm Ida, it remains uncertain when they’ll return to in-person learning on a full-time basis.

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Cresskill Students Remain in Limbo

Pascrell Seeks Help for Cresskill Resiliency after Tropical Storm Ida

U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) today requested full-fledged federal support for to study on how to protect Cresskill from future flood events after Tropical Storm Ida caused upwards of $20 million in damage to the borough.

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Student Protesting Outside of SChool

Cresskill’s middle- and high-school students still can’t go back to school

Cresskill is a pretty little town; snug in Bergen County’s Northern Valley, its tight-knit, ethnically diverse, mainly well-to-do community, about 8,500 people strong, is used to working together, and its school district has been one of its sources of pride.

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