In anticipation of the hundreds expected to attend the meeting, the Board has moved the hearing to take place at the Jackson Memorial High School.
Hundreds last month jammed the Municipal auditorium last month as the plans to build a 400-student school building at the Lakewood-Jackson border was unveiled.
The property in question – a 7.5 acre lot on Cross Street – was once a well-kept horse farm, but today it is a home to transients and littered with debris, broken down machinery and dilapidated chicken coops.
The Oros girls school application proposed building the school in two phases, with the second phase including a basketball court and swimming pool. The proposition would require several variances. [TLS. Photo credits: Phil Stilton, Ocean Signal]