Voters approve multimillion-dollar bond referendum for Harborfields schools

The Harborfields Central School District passed a multimillion-dollar bond referendum on Tuesday night.
All four schools in the district are now set to have their roofs replaced and repaired, along with repairs to curbs and sidewalks.
Other items in the plan include two tennis courts at the high school and a new outdoor track for both the high school and middle school.
The district says it will cost about $41.2 million. Most of that will be funded through a bond costing the average homeowner in the district $262 a year.