Borough looks at options to use former hospital

 


Concerned with increasing cost estimates to repair and renovate the water-damaged 34-year-old public safety building, the borough assembly wants to explore a new option to see if it would be less expensive: Permanently move as many tenants as possible into the old hospital instead.

“I’ve been driving this,” Mayor Steve Prysunka told the borough assembly at a workshop Tuesday evening.

He said the borough needs to figure out what it would cost to remodel the hospital into space for the police and fire departments, state courts, jail, federal Customs and Border Protection and other gover...



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