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Monmouth and Ocean county voters with referendum questions on the ballot in special school district elections were not feeling particularly generous Tuesday, according to unofficial results. A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Absentee Ballot Application. Now there is "no excuse" not to vote! An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the tax impact of the referendum in Plumsted.
Show Captions. You may also want to view these photo galleries: According to unofficial tallies from the Monmouth County Clerk's Office, the referendum failed by a vote of 4,300 no votes to 3,411 in favor, a margin of 889 votes.
The money would have also funded the removal of vinyl asbestos floor tiles from the elementary and middle schools, repair sprinkler systems, replace portions of a roof, place air conditioning in two schools, and reconfigure the campus for improved traffic flow. Search Our Site.
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Let's go! Search Our Site Go. These funds will allow us to install emergency generators at six schools so those schools can remain open if there is a power failure, to replace six aging fire alarm systems, to replace windows at Clark Mills School with energy efficient windows, to replace the AC unit at the ELC with a more efficient and quieter unit, replacement of aging exhaust fans at 5 schools and the replacement of all lighting fixtures to LED at 6 schools which are much more efficient.
The Board of Education is authorized to transfer funds among the projects approved at this election. Comments -1.
This is what that actually means: Sign In. These funds will allow us to add four additional kindergarten classrooms to Lafayette Mills School, make needed improvements to the kitchen area and redesign the front parking lot. Don't feel like going to the polls? Please read the rules before joining the discussion.
Please try again soon, or contact Customer Service at 1-800-822-9779. The biggest expenditure will be the installation of emergency generators at all six schools in the district Clark Mills School, John I.