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Voting Concerns Tax Levies, Staffing, Funds for East Brunswick's Fire Districts

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - East Brunswick voters can decide proposed tax levies and elect candidates for the boards that oversee the township's fire districts on Saturday, February 18th.   The balloting also includes a vote for Fire Commissioner for the township.

Historically, fire district elections have had poor turnouts, yet the questions pertaining to taxes, funding, and staffing directly affect township residents. 

Polls are open from 2 to 9 p.m at the locations cited. 

The information regarding the three fire district elections in East Brunswick is as follows: 

  • Fire District 1: Voting will take place at the Fire House on Rues Lane, East Brunswick.  http://www.ebfd1.org/
  • Fire District 2, East Brunswick Independent Fire Company: Voting will take place at the William C. Peck Administration Building, 216 Joseph St., East Brunswick.  http://www.ebifc.com/
  • Fire District 3, Brookview Volunteer Fire Company: Voting will take place at the Fire House at 361 Dunhams Corner Road, at the intersection of Ryders Lane, East Brunswick.  http://www.brookviewfire.com/
  • If you are uncertain as to which Fire District serves your area, consult your tax bill or call the Clerk’s office at (732) 390-6850 before 4:30pm on Friday.

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