Monday, April 14, 2008

Mount Olive School Board Election day 2008

MOUNT OLIVE TOWNSHIP, NEW JERSEY - School Board Election Day is Tuesday, April 15th, 2008. Mount Olive residents will be heading to the polls to elect school board candidates for board of education positions. Voter's will also weigh in on the ongoing debate over the proposed Township of Mount Olive School District budget.

There are three open positions on the Board of Education and three candidates. Mount Olive school board candidates include Robert Mania, Daniel Amianda, and Mark Werner.

The Board of Education(BOE) acts by formally adopting District Policies and Regulations, approving contracts for services, adopting an annual budget, and appointing and supervising the Superintendent of Schools. Each open position holds a full term of 3 years.

All Mount Olive Township voters will be asked to vote on two public questions that will appear on the April 15th school election ballot.

Public Question No. 1 - Do you approve/disapprove the proposed
2008-2009 budget in the amount of $53,189,857 for the general fund which holds and increase of the current tax levy by 1.89%.

Public Question No. 2 - Do you approve/disapprove an additional permanent increase of the general fund in the amount of $482,254 for expenditures above and beyond the necessary Core Curriculum Content Standards adopted by the State Board of Education.

Be an Informed Voter
Information regarding the 2008-2009 budget is available on the Mount Olive Board of Education's website >>

Polling Times
Tuesday, April 15th, 2008
7:00am to 9:00pm

Polling Locations
Mountain View Elementary School
Tinc Road Elementary School
Chester M. Stephens Elementary School
Sandshore Elementary School

Polling information is also contained in sample ballots mailed to all registered voters prior to the election.

Mount Olive Township residents are encouraged to exercise their right to vote.

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