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Ridgewood school board sends spending plan to voters


Ridgewood school board sends spending plan to voters
Thursday March 28, 2013, 3:39 PM
The Ridgewood News

The quality of education provided by the Ridgewood School District’s 2013-14 budget is not disputed, but the budget-making process received some criticism from Board of Education (BOE) trustee Jim Morgan.

BOE members on Wednesday asked taxpayers to approve the budget on April 16. The budget includes the state maximum 2 percent tax increase of $204 for the average homeowner.

“I will be voting for the budget tonight with a sense of disappointment that the district has missed an opportunity to address several fundamental problems it faces: escalating costs and limited resources,” Morgan said.

2 thoughts on “Ridgewood school board sends spending plan to voters

  1. Again, Brogan bullies her way through to completion

  2. I hope everyone who voted for Morgan realizes what a waste that was. Has this guy come up with anything even remotely concrete that would save money (and was actually legal)? If he felt so strongly about the budget then why did he vote for it?? He needs to do his homework and actually learn about the education laws in this state before he opens his mouth.

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