Hillside, NJ-  The Hillside Board of Education introduced a tentative budget for the 2019-2020 school year that calls for no raise in taxes.

                                    FUND                                    REVENUES           TOTAL

         2019 – 20 Total Expenditures              $56,683,976                      $4,659,762                 $61,343,738

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        Loss: Anticipated Revenues                 $26,157,481                     $4,659,762                $30,817,243

        Tax Revenue                                        $30,526,495                                     $0               $30,526,495

A public hearing to be held at Saybrook Annex, 1100 Woodruff Avenue, Hillside, New Jersey on Thursday, May 2, 2019, at 6:30 p.m. for the purpose of conducting a public hearing on the budget for the 2019 – 20 School Year. The Hillside Board of Education requests a capital reserve withdrawal in the amount of $655,000 and such action be made a part of the tentative budget for the 2019 – 20 School Year to be submitted to the Executive County Superintendent of Schools for Approval.

“The first time in a long time we have a ZERO increase in budget.   This board is moving in the right direction.” – Angela Lawler The President of the Hillside Education Association.