FLEMINGTON, NJ – Voters in the K-8 Flemington-Raritan School District overwhelmingly approved two referendums totaling $42 million for school improvements, of which the state has agreed to pay $14 million.
The first question – “Safety, Security and Structure” – sought borrowing $21.755 million. The second question – “Indoor Air Quality” was for $20.308 million.
In Flemington, the first question was approved by more than 59 percent of the voters, 494 to 337. Borough voters approved the second question 482 to 348.
In Raritan Township, 54.4 percent of the voters voted in favor of the first question, 3,388 to 2,839. But the second question passed more narrowly, 3,175 to 3,048.
The data is according to unofficial vote tallies released this evening by Hunterdon County Clerk Mary Melfi.