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Ridgewood NJ, during the Budget Time table discussions at Mondays School Board Meeting it was apparent that the Ridgewood Board of Education is looking to take taxpayers right to vote on the now $110,000,000 school budget .
RPS Business Administrator Antoinette Kelly reviewed the draft schedule for the 2019-2020 school year budgeting process, which begins in October and ends with the school election in April. The Board also passed a resolution to revisit the Village of Ridgewood Council vote to restore the April election. The Board will invite the Council to discuss the issue, as well as offer public hearings on the topic this fall.