On Dec. 11, Robbinsville taxpayers voted in favor of a school referendum that will provide $18.9 million for improvements and expansions to Pond Road Middle School and Sharon Elementary School.
There are 8,433 registered voters in the Township. 30 percent voted in the referendum, which passed by a vote of 1,529 to 1,042, according to preliminary figures released Dec. 11.
“We’re thrilled that the referendum passed,” said Robbinsville Superintendent Steve Mayer. “The community really heard our need and message loud and clear and affirmed the work we’re trying to do in the school district.”
The $18.9 million afforded the district by the referendum will be used to solve issues of overcrowding in the Township’s schools.