State blocks sale of East Ramapo’s Hillcrest School

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The state education commissioner has ordered the East Ramapo school district to halt the sale of Hillcrest Elementary School, an Education Department  spokesman confirmed Tuesday. Commissioner David Steiner issued a stay in the school sale, pending his decision on an appeal filed with the Education Department by Steven White, a district parent, on Aug. 7.

White thinks the East Ramapo Board of Education improperly sold the school to Yeshiva Avir Yakov, a New Square congregation, in July for about $3.2 million, far below the $10.2 million value assigned to the 12-acre property by the Clarkstown Assessor’s Office.


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