Baroni opposes Hamilton referedum; Singh won’t say

In additional to contests for state, county and local office, voters in Hamilton Township will be asked to vote in a November referendum to decide if they want to spend $4 million to preserve Klockner Woods, a controversial piece of property purchased by a developer for $375,000, that Hamilton Township then bought for more than ten times the amount.

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reporter Max Pizarro asked the two candidates for State Senate how they would vote on the referendum: Republican Bill Baroni, a Hamilton resident, said he was voting no, suggesting that it was too much to spend when the community is already paying high property taxes; and Democrat Seema Singh dodged, declining to say how she would vote if she lived in Hamilton. She said she accepted the Judge’s decision to allow the sale, but wouldn’t support or oppose the measure. That puts Singh on the opposite side of one of her running mates, Democratic Mayor Glen Gilmore. Gilmore is actively campaigning for passage of the referendum.
Baroni opposes Hamilton referedum; Singh won’t say