Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Seniors oppose, Igud offers tentative support for busing deal
The Seniors oppose the current busing deal being considered, APP.com reports SAG members are "outraged that taxpayer money would be used for courtesy busing after nearly 99 percent of voters rejected a referendum Jan. 26 asking for an additional tax levy of $6.2 million for that purpose. Meanwhile, in an email, to the APP "Rabbi Moshe Weisberg, the leader of the Igud Hamosdos, an organization that represents the Orthodox Jewish private schools, offered "tentative" support for the township aid plan, "if it will lead to multi-year framework for a partnership agreement between the Township, the District, the schools and the State.". Township willl discuss the deal this Thursday.