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School Bond Referendums Go Down in Flames in Bergen

the staff of the Ridgewood blog
East Rutherford NJ, voters turned down a $55 million school referendum for Becton Regional High School, which would have cost the typical taxpayer $176.17 annually in East Rutherford and $171.80 in Carlstadt.

Voters also rejected a $5.6 turf field upgrade in Midland Park, but did approve an $8.8 million plan for a variety of improvements to Northern Highlands Regional High school. In Haworth, the unofficial vote tally was 434 in favor of $8.3 million in school improvements and 422 opposed, with the possibility of some mail-in ballots still to be counted.
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5 thoughts on “School Bond Referendums Go Down in Flames in Bergen

  1. $55 million ? That had no chance of passing in that district.

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  2. Unlike Ridgewood, it must be nice to still have a basic right to vote.

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  3. “Unlike Ridgewood, it must be nice to still have a basic right to vote.”

    This was the “gift” you got when you wanted the school board elections to be on election day. No more budget votes.

    But face it, special elections only seem to turn out the voters who want something.

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  4. Not in Ridgewood…

    We are
    RICH and STUPID

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  5. Some of the things are a waste of money.

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