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    TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2018

  • PROPOSAL NO. 1
    The Board of Education of the Manalapan-Englishtown Regional School District in the County of Monmouth, New Jersey is authorized: (a) to provide for the construction of additions, renovations, and alterations at Lafayette Mills School, including acquisition and installation of furnishings, fixtures, equipment and site work; (b) to appropriate $3,540,000 for such improvements; and (c) to issue bonds of the School District in the principal amount of $3,540,000.

    The final eligible costs of the improvements approved by the Commissioner of Education are $90,000.  The State debt service aid percentage will equal 40% of the annual debt service due with respect to the final eligible costs of the projects. The proposed improvements include $858,000 for school facility construction elements in addition to the facilities efficiency standards developed by the Commissioner of Education or not otherwise eligible for State support pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:7G-5(g). The Board of Education is authorized to transfer funds among the projects approved at this election.

     

    INTERPRETIVE STATEMENT

    This is what that actually means: These funds will allow us to add four additional kindergarten classrooms to Lafayette Mills School, make needed improvements to the kitchen area and redesign the front parking lot.

     

  • PROPOSAL NO. 2
    The Board of Education of the Manalapan-Englishtown Regional School District in the County of Monmouth, New Jersey is authorized: (a) to provide for the renovations, alterations, and improvements at Clark Mills School, John I. Dawes Early Learning Center, Lafayette Mills School, Milford Brook School, Pine Brook School, and Taylor Mills School, including acquisition and installation of furnishings, fixtures, equipment and site work; (b) to appropriate $14,688,000 for such improvements; and (c) to issue bonds of the School District in the principal amount of $14,688,000.

    The final eligible costs of the improvements approved by the Commissioner of Education are $14,688,000 (consisting of $3,922,000 for Clark Mills School, $2,369,000 for John I. Dawes Early Learning Center, $1,755,000 for Lafayette Mills School, $1,889,000 for Milford Brook School, $2,604,000 for Pine Brook School and $2,149,000 for Taylor Mills School).  The State debt service aid percentage will equal 40% of the annual debt service due with respect to the final eligible costs of the projects. The proposed improvements include $0 for school facility construction elements in addition to the facilities efficiency standards developed by the Commissioner of Education or not otherwise eligible for State support pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:7G-5(g). The Board of Education is authorized to transfer funds among the projects approved at this election.

     

    INTERPRETIVE STATEMENT

    This is what that actually means: These funds will allow us to install emergency generators at six schools so those schools can remain open if there is a power failure, to replace six aging fire alarm systems, to replace windows at Clark Mills School with energy efficient windows, to replace the AC unit at the ELC  with a more efficient and quieter unit, replacement of aging exhaust fans at 5 schools  and the replacement of all lighting fixtures to LED at 6 schools which are much more efficient.

  • PROPOSAL NO. 3
    The Board of Education of the Manalapan-Englishtown Regional School District in the County of Monmouth, New Jersey is authorized: (a) to provide for the renovations, alterations, and improvements, including the replacement of the heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems at Clark Mills School, Lafayette Mills School, Manalapan-Englishtown Middle School, Milford Brook School, Pine Brook School, and Taylor Mills School, including acquisition and installation of fixtures, equipment and site work; (b) to appropriate $16,371,000 for such improvements; and (c) to issue bonds of the School District in the principal amount of $16,371,000.

    The final eligible costs of the improvements approved by the Commissioner of Education are $16,371,000 (consisting of $3,289,000 for Clark Mills School, $2,520,000 for Lafayette Mills School, $1,082,000 for Manalapan-Englishtown Middle School, $3,908,000 for Milford Brook School, $2,954,000 for Pine Brook School and $2,618,000 for Taylor Mills School).  The State debt service aid percentage will equal 40% of the annual debt service due with respect to the final eligible costs of the projects. The proposed improvements include $0 for school facility construction elements in addition to the facilities efficiency standards developed by the Commissioner of Education or not otherwise eligible for State support pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:7G-5(g). The Board of Education is authorized to transfer funds among the projects approved at this election.

     

    INTERPRTIVE STATEMENT

    This is what that actually means: All schools will have 100% air conditioning.

  • INTERPRETIVE STATEMENT
    If all three bond proposals are approved by the voters at this election, the Board of Education will be authorized to undertake school capital projects for a total cost of $34,599,000 and to issue bonds in the total principal amount of $34,599,000 to fund the projects.  The aggregate amount of the final eligible costs of the projects approved by the Commissioner of Education is $31,149,000 (consisting of $7,211,000 for Clark Mills School, $2,369,000 for John I. Dawes Early Learning Center, $4,365,000 for Lafayette Mills School, $1,082,000 for Manalapan-Englishtown Middle School, $5,797,000 for Milford Brook School, $5,558,000 for Pine Brook School and $4,767,000 for Taylor Mills School).  The projects include $858,000 for Lafayette Mills School for school construction elements in addition to the facilities efficiency standards developed by the Commissioner of Education or not otherwise eligible for State support pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:7G-5(g).  The State debt service aid percentage will equal 40% of the annual debt service due with respect to the final eligible costs of the projects approved at this election.  The Board of Education is authorized to transfer funds between the projects approved at this election.