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After spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on mold remediation, Hopatcong School District is looking to save money by purchasing parking lot salt, gasoline, and fuel from the borough. The Borough Council approved a resolution in October to be a reseller of these items to the school district.
In addition to selling parking lot salt the borough will be storing it for the district, saving them the trouble and costs of having to build their own storage sheds. Though the cost of salt will be the same for the district, the savings will reportedly average about $1 less per gallon.
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