MANASQUAN — The Manasquan Board of Education will send out a survey to all registered voters in Manasquan by Friday, Feb. 12.
Board of Education President Eugene Cattani told The Coast Star on Wednesday that those who receive the survey will have one week to complete it, with responses due back by Friday, Feb. 19.
Each survey that is mailed out will contain a unique code to ensure that only one survey is submitted per registered voter. To complete the survey, the code may then be entered into an online form [link will be provided].
For those unable to complete the survey online, Mr. Cattani said, the paper survey may be filled out and placed in one of three drop boxes that will be located outside of: Manasquan High School, 167 Broad St., Manasquan Elementary School, 168 Broad St., and the Manasquan Board of Education office, 169 Broad St.
The results of the survey will not be back in time before the next borough council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 16; however, a vote on the project is expected.
Mayor Ed Donovan told The Coast Star on Wednesday that a first reading for the bond ordinance for the project has tentatively been set for the Feb. 16 meeting. He noted that a first reading is not a passage, nor guarantees a passage, of the bond ordinance.
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