Repairs to copper roof on N.J. courthouse to cost $635K

02/3/2013 | Daily Record (Morristown-Parsippany, N.J.)

The copper roof of a historic courthouse in Morris County, N.J., will receive repairs after the Morris County freeholders approved a resolution to fund the $635,000 project. A 40-foot-by-70-foot portion of the roof was damaged by Superstorm Sandy. It will be replaced by a steel roof with a copper patina.

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