Residents will vote on the Marlboro school budget and elections today from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m., how are you planning to vote?
School taxes in Marlboro will , if the budget is voted through.
The Board of Education is proposing a . Abbott said 85 cents on of every dollar is generated through tax revenue, which makes up 80.2 percent of the budget.
"Only about 11.5 cents on every dollar is discretionary and up to the Board of Education," Superintendent Dr. David Abbott said.
According to budget presentations from the BOE, much of the budget goes toward salaries and contracts, as well as the district move toward surrounding technology and changes to standardized testing.General Fund Special Revenues Debt Service Total 2012-13 Total Spending $77,356,215 $1,668,931 $4,774,963 $83,800,109 Anticipated Revenues/Fund Balance $15,353,204 $1,668,931 $786,733 $17,808,868 Taxes $62,003,011 $0 $3,988,230 $65,991,241
On April 17, along with the public budget vote, residents will vote to fill open Board of Education seats. Seven people are running for three seats.
- John Dwyer
- Paula Fasciano*
- Barry Hochberg
- Jian Kao
- Debbie (Despina) Mattos
- BonnieSue Rosenwald*
- Vincent Valinoti
*Current BOE member
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The Marlboro Township Board of Education , a move allowed by a new permissive state law. This means the April election ballot will also include a vote on the district budget.