NJ Voters to Decide on School Construction Projects Tuesday
It’s time to hit the polls for some New Jersey residents. Tomorrow, voters in six school districts will be asked to decide on $139 million in school construction projects.
The school districts include Galloway Township and Greater Egg Harbor Regional in Atlantic County. Lyndhurst and Elmwood Park in Bergen County. Piscataway Township in Middlesex County and Randolph Township in Morris County.
If approved by voters, most of the money would be used for roof repair projects. Of the $139 million, $16.5 million of it would qualify for state funds.
Throughout the year, school boards are allowed to hold special elections on specific dates. The next date on which a school board may schedule a bond referendum question is January 24.