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The district will spend more than $1.2 million on facility projects, including locker replacements, fixing the roof at Walter T. Bergen School, replacing gym doors and tile removal and replacement.
District hopes to implement Everyday Mathematics in kindergarten and second grade next school year.
Council authorizes emergency expenditure while mayor thanks residents for their assistance following the storm.
Mayor said it could be difficult for residents who live in JCP&L region to switch to Butler Electric service.
Borough officials working to gather cost totals for storm response and submit for reimbursements.
Mayor, administrator thank borough workers at Monday night's council meeting.
Mayor says voting in favor of referendum will not lower taxes.
Residents offered their critiques of officials' stances on the proposed Payment in Lieu of Taxes program for AvalonBay.
Bloomingdale will provide all building department functions, with the exception of zoning, for the next five years.
Mayor said rental community's proposed tax break would lead to a larger benefit for Bloomingdale.
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