NJ Voters Approve $116 Million in School Construction
Voters in 11 of 13 New Jersey school districts have given the green light to $116.1 million in school construction. Of the amount approved yesterday, $50.1 million is eligible for school construction aid.
The money will fund various projects including roof replacements and security improvements. Many schools plan to build new vestibules and interior doors.
Voters in Absecon, Wallington, Mount Holly, Ocean City, Verona, Clinton-Glen Gardner, Middletown, Long Hill Township, Bloomingdale, Mountainside and Mansfield (Warren County) approved school construction proposals, while voters rejected proposals in Greater Egg Harbor Regional and Glassboro.