MILLBURN, NJ - Before a special referendum election on the Millburn School District’s Capital & Maintenance Plan (C&MP), scheduled for Jan. 28, 2020, the Millburn Board of Education (BOE) will have a few more sessions to inform residents about what the referendum entails.

Representatives from the school district will be at the Dec. 17 Township Committee meeting to discuss the referendum, should residents have any questions.

Additionally, the Board of Education will also present information on the referendum at its upcoming meetings on Jan.6 and 26 and at the annual Sunday Board of Education Open Forum at the Millburn Free Public Library on Jan. 25 at 1:30 p.m.

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According to Millburn Township, the Capital & Maintenance Plan is a financial strategy to fund capital projects by issuing new bonds as existing debt expires to maintain a relatively flat debt schedule. 

Projects proposed as part of the plan include installation of security vestibules at all schools, cafeteria addition at the Middle School and general infrastructure upgrades (window replacements/repairs, roof replacements, masonry repairs) district-wide.