Barrington, NJ Barrington School District

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1. Barrington Board Of Education

311 Reading AveBarrington, NJ 08007

(856) 547-8467
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2. Riverside Township School District

112 E Washington StRiverside, NJ 08075

(856) 461-7105

From Business: Riverside High School, located in Riverside, N.J., offers various academic programs in English, science, mathematics and social studies to students in grades nine…

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Barrington Municipal Building
Janet R. rated

This ambulance co. sucks. They are rude and abusive. If I was dying i'd crawl to another town to call 911. One who calls himself "tom" is particularly abusive.

Barrington Municipal Building
Michael C. rated

my brother was a resident of Barrington Mews and was evicted while he was in the hospital and rehab...and all his belongings were thrown out...he never received any prior notice...when I asked the property manager, Judith Santiago, why I was never called, she told me "that's not my job"...doesn't sound like a proper way to run a facility catering to low income seniors, does it ?

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