Voters in Tinton Falls, Eatontown and Shrewsbury Township will decide the future of Monmouth Regional High School's two referendum questions today.
The school, located in Tinton Falls, serves children from those three municipalities as well as children from Naval Weapons Stations Earle, and has two multi-million dollar facility upgrade projects it would like to begin.
The first project has a total cost of $6,149,000 and includes asbestos removal, a renovation to the girls' locker room and science classrooms and the construction of a storage room near the girls' locker room.
The second project has a total cost of $4,307,000 and includes the paving of school parking lots, the construction of an auxiliary gymnasium, the renovation of the school's electric panels and a new PA system.
To see the projects' impact on the tax levy in each of the school's spending districts and for more information on the projects themselves, check out the PDF attached to this article.
We will let you know the results of today's voting as soon as it becomes available.