The $88.3 million budget approved by The Millburn Board of Ed Monday includes staff hires and more than $2 million in capital projects, according to The Alternative Press.
A resident with a home assessed at $1 million would see a property tax increase of $114, according to the report.
School Superintendent James Crisfield said that the 2014-15 budget increased 1.85 percent over the 2013-14 budget and that administrators anticipated aid from Trenton would come in flat.
Staff hires provided for in the budget include four full-time equivalent positions at Millburn High School, two teachers for kindergarten through fifth grade positions, one preschool teacher and one technology instructor, according to TAP.
Capital projects include include scoreboard improvements, high school tennis court resurfacing, middle school paving and elementary school roofing projects.