WEST CALDWELL, NJ - Caldwell-West Caldwell Superintendent James Heinegg announced Tuesday evening that the Caldwell-West Caldwell Board of Education bond referendum passed by a large margin. The total of the bond is
$18, 205, 394, which will result in an approximately $11 per month impact to taxpayers.
The projects proposed in the bond referendum will address security and safety needs, necessary facility repairs and technological upgrades, and health and safety improvements. These projects will preserve the school buildings for future use. In addition, passing the referendum will secure state funding for approximately 22.36% of the total project’s principal and interest payments over the life of the bond, equating to $5.8 million, depending on borrowing rates. State funding was contingent on the referendum’s approval by voters.
For a full description of all items covered in the bond read:
"We are so thankful to our parents, staff, students
The entire bond proposal resolution of the Caldwell-West Caldwell Board of Education can be found online here.
Caldwell-West Caldwell Board of Education
Superintendent: Dr. James Heinegg
Harrison School Building
104 Gray Street
West Caldwell, NJ 07006