WALDWICK – Unofficial results on Wednesday showed voters approving the school district’s $30 million spending proposal by 933 to 406.

If the referendum question is ultimately approved, money will go toward renovations at Waldwick High School, including new windows, more energy-efficient exteriors and energy-efficient LED light fixtures for classrooms and halls, the replacement of interior and exterior doors, and lockers.

Waldwick High School was built in the early 1960s with thin exterior walls when energy costs were so low they weren’t considered significant, according to the referendum website.

The funds will also provide for security upgrades, an update to the HVAC system, classroom and lab upgrades, a new science and technology lab and making the high school bleachers ADA compliant.

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