PHILLIPSBURG, N.J. - Phillipsburg municipal workers are finally moving into new, temporary digs.
Mayor Stephen Ellis says workers are packing up from Corliss Avenue and relocating to the empty Freeman Elementary school.
Potentially hazardous mold was found in the municipal building in January.
The move is expected to take a month.
During the transition, Ellis says there may be some delays in service.
Phillipsburg officials hope to build a new municipal facility in the next two to three years.
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