CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham Board of Education urged residents to come out and vote on the $12 million capital improvement referendum that will be put before the public.on Sept. 27, at its regular meeting held Monday.
The BOE has been holding open panel forum discussions on the six-project referendum. The board prioritized the list of projects after surveying the public for preferences.
Unlike the $24 million referendum that was defeated at the polls on April 21, 2015, each of the six projects will be presented as separate questions. Taxpayers can vote yes or no on each project without affecting the passage of the others.
Another open panel discussion on the referendum is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7 at Milton Avenue School.
BOE member Richard Connors urges residents to come out and vote on Sept. 27 on the $12 million capital improvement referendum