Bond Act News

November 12th, 2018

From the Philadelphia Inquirer: N.J. ballot question results: $500 million for vo-tech, school security is approved

By Maddie Hanna Read the full story on the Philadelphia Inquirer web site A New Jersey ballot question on issuing $500 million in bonds, primarily for expanding vocational-technical programs and installing security [ Read More: From the Philadelphia Inquirer: N.J. ballot question results: $500 million for vo-tech, school security is approved ]

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November 10th, 2018

From the Press of Atlantic City: Voter-approved $500M bond to expand vocational school enrollment and programs

By Claire Lowe Read the whole story on the Press of Atlantic City web site New Jersey voters on Tuesday narrowly agreed to take on the debt to provide an [ Read More: From the Press of Atlantic City: Voter-approved $500M bond to expand vocational school enrollment and programs ]

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November 10th, 2018

From NJSpotlight: New Jersey voters give thumbs-up to $500 million ballot question

Funds will go to expanding career-training facilities at high schools and county colleges, tightening school security, and getting lead out of drinking water at Garden State schools question marks By [ Read More: From NJSpotlight: New Jersey voters give thumbs-up to $500 million ballot question ]

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November 2nd, 2018

From the Philadelphia Inquirer: N.J. voters will decide on borrowing for more technical education, bulletproofing for schools

By Maddie Hanna New Jersey voters will decide next week whether to borrow $500 million to expand county vocational schools and fund security projects, spending that advocates say would provide [ Read More: From the Philadelphia Inquirer: N.J. voters will decide on borrowing for more technical education, bulletproofing for schools ]

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November 1st, 2018

From the Asbury Park Press, an opinion column by Sens. Vin Gopal and Steve Oroho: Back bond vote that will narrow the skills gap

Voters Tuesday can take an important step in fixing our economy, improving school safety and protecting our drinking water by approving the bipartisan Securing Our Children’s Future referendum. As the [ Read More: From the Asbury Park Press, an opinion column by Sens. Vin Gopal and Steve Oroho: Back bond vote that will narrow the skills gap ]

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October 31st, 2018

From the Record and North Jersey.com: Should NJ borrow another $500 million for schools? Voters have say on Election Day

By James Nash Read the story on North Jersey.com New Jersey voters have shown a willingness to take on debt for public purposes, authorizing nearly $1.5 billion in bonds since [ Read More: From the Record and North Jersey.com: Should NJ borrow another $500 million for schools? Voters have say on Election Day ]

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October 31st, 2018

From the Record and North Jersey.com, a guest column by two Bergen County education leaders: ‘Yes’ on bond question can help enable ‘partners in learning’

By Bergen County Technical Schools superintendent Dr. Howard Lerner, and Bergen Community College president Dr. Michael D. Redmond Voters wondering why they should support the Securing Our Children’s Future bond [ Read More: From the Record and North Jersey.com, a guest column by two Bergen County education leaders: ‘Yes’ on bond question can help enable ‘partners in learning’ ]

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