Easterseals cuts ribbon on new facility in Hoboken

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The largest disability services non-profit in New Jersey is working out of a new location.

Easterseals New Jersey cut the ribbon on its new facility on Clinton Street in Hoboken.

The organization's lease at its former location in Jersey City recently ended.

Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla then offered up the new space at an exceptional price -- $1 a year.

People who can take advantage of this new location include seniors looking for employment.

The mayor says the $1 a year price tag is worth it, especially considering the time and effort Easterseals spends helping those in the community.

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