Upper Township employees had an alternative after voters rejected a proposed $9.5 million bond referendum to repair primary and middle schools: They made the fixes themselves.

According to the Press of Atlantic City,  employees — primarily carpenters — in the Ocean County community provided the labor while the school board chipped in for materials, the cost of which the Department of Public Works is still compiling.

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