Jackson board rejects Jackson Orthodox Jewish school proposal

The Jackson zoning board has rejected a proposal

The Jackson zoning board has rejected a proposal to allow an all-girls Orthodox Jewish high school to be built on residential property there. (June 18, 2014 11:55 PM)

The Jackson zoning board has rejected a proposal to allow an all-girls Orthodox Jewish high school to be built on residential property there.

More than nine months of debate and four public meetings about "Oros Bais Yaakov" led to Wednesday's meeting.

The controversial proposal from a Lakewood school to build a private all-girls Orthodox Jewish school on Cross Street in Jackson has spurred...

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