They’re through the roof.
A seemingly endless, multi-million dollar roof repair at a Manhattan school building has somehow dragged on for a decade — and furious parents want to put a lid on the project.
Families at PS 165 on W. 109th Street on the Upper West Side said the School Construction Authority has saddled their 120-year-old building with unsightly scaffolding since 2011 — and that kids who attend the school have never glimpsed the structure without it.
The marred building also hosts Mott Hall II, a junior high school.
Parents told The Post that the roof repair — estimated to ultimately cost up to $17 million
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