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1 Proposal to: LOPATCONG BOARD OF EDUCATION For Financial Advisory Services March 21, 2011 Capital Financial Advisors, Inc. 309 Fellowship Road, Suite 200 Mount Laurel, New Jersey TEL: FAX:

2 Table of Contents Introduction...I Resumes of Professionals... II Scope of Services...III Experience...IV Fee Proposal... V

3 Introduction

4 Introduction Capital Financial Advisors, Inc., ("CFA") is a New Jersey based woman-owned financial advisor to local governments. The goal of CFA is to provide in-depth professional support and sound financial consulting services. These services are provided without any conflict of interest, which is evident in many firms that provide financial advisory services. CFA is an independent financial advisor. This allows us to provide our clients with a clear unbiased view of the best financial planning strategies relative to the issuance of securities, be it through refinancings, general obligation, referendum or lease financings. We do not provide accounting or auditing services, nor are we investment bankers. Our goal is to work closely with all the professionals involved in the transaction and to achieve the best financing structure for our client. Our involvement in all stages of financing, planning and implementation permits CFA to offer our clients a practical perspective on the legal, financial, and institutional constraints of public policy. Our role in assisting clients relative to the issuance of securities is to serve as manager by handling each financial aspect of the transaction from projecting repayment options and attending public hearings to planning the sale and bond closing. One of our most important functions is to maximize the degree to which securities are accepted in the marketplace so that our clients pay the lowest possible interest rate. We provide market analyses, organize presentations to the rating agencies and insurance companies and provide a detailed analysis of final sale bids in order to permit an informed assessment of the bid offering. Since we are involved in the capital market on an ongoing basis, we have developed excellent working relationships with underwriting and trading personnel at many national investment banking firms. This allows us to extract market information from a broad cross section of investment bankers. This is particularly helpful when negotiating the sale of securities. With regard to other financial consulting services provided by CFA, again, we are committed to providing the highest quality of services with the best interest of the client in mind. These services draw from the expertise of the professionals of the firm. The technical ability coupled with the staff's practical experience allows CFA to complete these services and present their findings in a way, which recognizes the sometimes-sensitive nature of these issues. CFA has developed an expertise in assisting clients with the evaluation of financing options for alternative energy systems. CFA is the only financial advisory firm in New Jersey to procure and issue Clean Renewable Energy Bonds ( CREB ) on behalf of their clients. With the advent of the recent federal stimulus financial incentives, we are continuing to assist clients with the implementation of these new financing options. We continue to be available to our clients after the completion of our contracts for on-going discussions and communication of new developments in the bond market, funding regulations and other issues important to them. We work closely with state officials including those at the Department of Community Affairs and Local Finance Board and are knowledgeable of the requirements for various state approval processes. Both Mary Lyons and Robbi Acampora have previous work experience in the budget, comptroller and county administrator s offices of a New Jersey County. This experience is unmatched by any other financial advisory firm in New Jersey. This expertise combined with the 20 years of financial advisory experience by both Ms. Lyons and Ms. Acampora allows CFA to provide a unique perspective in terms of budgeting, financial planning debt management and rating agency relations.

5 Resumes of Professionals

6 Resumes of Professionals The professionals of Capital Financial Advisors are proud to present their credentials below. The combined experience of our professionals enables us to provide our clients with a distinctive level of service unequaled by other financial advisory firms. Robbi S. Acampora President Ms. Acampora formed Capital Financial Advisors, Inc. in She also has five years of public finance experience at another financial advisory firm, and nine years of municipal fund accounting, public finance and hospital finance experience. As Chief Financial Officer of a county government, Ms. Acampora managed a $180 million budget and coordinated the financing and project management of a capital budget in excess of $135 million. Ms. Acampora has extensive experience in budget development and analysis, long-term debt management and the development of capital financing alternatives. In addition, she has developed continuing education programs on various budgeting and program monitoring topics which were presented to employees at all levels of government. Ms. Acampora has participated in financings in excess of $4.5 billion. Her experience with municipal and school district financings, county and municipal debt planning, and authority financings enables Ms. Acampora to provide a full scope of financial advisory services to her clients. Ms. Acampora earned a Bachelors Degree in accounting from Rutgers University and is a Certified Municipal Finance Officer for the State of New Jersey. Mary K. Lyons Vice President Ms. Lyons joins Capital Financial Advisors, Inc. as a specialist in municipal and school budget analysis and is responsible for the development of software modeling applications needed to structure specific solutions for financing transactions. She has fifteen years of experience as a consultant to tax-exempt issuers. She has developed various financial models, which are used to determine the feasibility of refunding securities. She has participated in $4 billion of tax- exempt financings. She has also developed a comprehensive analytical model for the feasibility of early retirement programs. Ms. Lyons has previously served as the Budget Director of a New Jersey County. Her responsibilities in that position included overall management for both operational and capital budgets. These budgets exceeded $150 million for operating and in excess of $100 million for capital. Ms. Lyons has developed an expertise in operating and capital budget monitoring systems, debt management planning and school budget analysis. Ms. Lyons has a Bachelor's degree from St. Joseph's University and a Master's degree from Villanova University. Capital Financial Advisors, Inc.

7 Denise S. Baxter Associate Ms. Baxter joins Capital Financial Advisors, Inc. with 10 years experience in the public finance sector. Ms. Baxter s responsibilities are market research, document development, transaction processing and quantitative support. Her duties include the compilation and development of materials for official statements, applications to regulatory and credit agencies, and public presentations. Ms. Baxter is an expert at researching bond and economic data and is familiar with the capabilities of TM3 and other internet based informational sources. She provides quantitative support through data base management, bond sizing and general cash flow analyses. Ms. Baxter earned a Bachelor s degree from Rowan University. Capital Financial Advisors, Inc.

8 Scope of Services

9 Scope of Services Refunding Bonds Review structure of General Obligation Bond ("Bond") financing; Review terms and conditions of Bond financing in order to assure compliance when completing refunding; Review current school budget projections and integrate refinancing results with future budget projections; Provide an analysis to determine the amount of bond proceeds necessary to complete a refunding of the Bonds; Assist with public presentation concerning the refunding process; Provide analytical and support services to financial planning efforts. Review timetable and schedule of their long-range operating and capital budget financing strategy; Review and amend reports of accountants, independent engineers, architects, and other project or feasibility consultants to ensure that such studies adequately address technical, economic and financial risk factors affecting the marketability of any proposed debt issue; provide financial market assumptions with respect to these reports which are essential and impact the financial project; attend all relevant working sessions regarding the preparation, review and completion of such independent reports; Prepare timetables and work schedules; monitor the status of securities related activities; and coordinate the activities of other professional consultants engaged to assist in the securities issuance process; Coordinate application to the Local Finance Board and the Department of Education, if applicable; Develop a credit rating program; meet with analysts from the major rating services in preparation of such a program; furnish the rating services with all necessary and relevant documentation and information; coordinate the overall rating agency program; attend and support in other appropriate ways the rating meetings; Assist in the obtainment of credit enhancement (i.e. municipal bond issuance, letters of credit), if determined to be economical; Assist in the preparation of the preliminary and final official statement prepared in connection with the sale of securities; Advise in regard to an appropriate and advantageous method of selling debt securities (competitive, negotiated, private placement) given existing legal constraints, market conditions and credit factors; Assist in the solicitation, review and evaluation of any investment banking proposal should a negotiated sale be utilized, and provide advice and information necessary to aid in such selection; Review the terms, conditions and structure of any proposed securities offerings undertaken by the School District and provide suggestions and modifications where appropriate and necessary to reflect the constraints of current financial policy and fiscal capability; Advise as to an advantageous time for issuing its debt. Such analysis will review interest rate levels and trends;

10 Assist and advise in negotiations with investment banking groups regarding pricing and final terms of any security offering and make definitive recommendations regarding any proposed offer to purchase securities; Assist in other aspects of the planning, structuring, timing, execution and closing of the transaction including the approval of the program by the State Department of Education and Local Finance Board;

11 Experience

12 Experience Below is a summary of our capital financing transactions. Since 1996 CFA s professionals have assisted with over $7.1 billion in financing transactions. Name of Issuer Amount Sale Date Type of Project Freehold Regional Board of Education 50,000,000 September 2011 Referendum Piscataway Board of Education 42,000,000 September 2011 Referendum Colts Neck Board of Education 12,900,000 May 2011 Refunding Bonds Greenbrook Board of Education 19,500,000 May 2011 Refunding Bonds Marlboro Board of Education 5,350,000 April 2011 Refunding Bonds Somerset Hills Board of Education 33,800,000 April 2011 Refunding Bonds Watchung Hills Board of Education 30,269,000 April 2011 Refunding Bonds Piscataway Board of Education 30,750,000 April 2011 Refunding Bonds Jackson Board of Education 7,000,000 April 2011 Referendum Teaneck Board of Education 1,286,000 March 2011 Lease Purchase Greenwich Board of Education 8,407,000 March 2011 Bond Anticipation Notes South Orange-Maplewood Board of Education 10,000,000 March 2011 Bond Anticipation Notes Atlantic City Board of Education 30,000,000 February 2011 General Obligation School Bonds Woodbridge Board of Education 30,000,000 December 2010 Bond Anticipation Notes Branchburg Board of Education 11,690,000 November 2010 Refunding Bonds Readington Board of Education 6,000,000 November 2010 Refunding Bonds Park Ridge Board of Education 3,141,600 October 2010 School Bonds Union County Improvement Authority 3,000,000 September 2010 Revenue Bonds Monroe Township Municipal Utilities Authority 6,500,000 August 2010 Revenue Bonds Monroe Township Municipal Utilities Authority 5,000,000 August 2010 Refunding Bonds North Warren Board of Education 200,000 July 2010 Bond Anticipation Notes Marlboro Board of Education 2,000,000 July 2010 Bond Anticipation Notes Atlantic City Board of Education 5,000,000 July 2010 Refunding COPs Township of Evesham 2,700,000 July 2010 Clean Renewable Energy Bonds Park Ridge Board of Education 2,300,000 June 2010 Refunding Bonds Hopewell Valley Regional Board of Education 14,250,000 May 2010 Refunding Bonds City of Jersey City 7,800,000 May 2010 Refunding Bonds Upper Freehold Board of Education 10,250,000 April 2010 Refunding Bonds Greenwich Board of Education 1,600,000 April 2010 Refunding Bonds Bergen County Improvement Authority 17,000,000 April 2010 Revenue Bonds

13 Name of Issuer Amount Sale Date Type of Project Hammonton Board of Education 10,000,000 March 2010 Refunding Bonds North Brunswick Board of Education 21,000,000 March 2010 Refunding Bonds Perth Amboy Board of Education 23,160,000 February 2010 Refunding COPs Lakehurst Board of Education 1,900,000 February 2010 General Obligation School Bonds North Plainfield Board of Education 4.645,000 February 2010 Refunding Bonds Clearview Regional Board of Education 1,303,336 December 2009 School Bonds Branchburg Board of Education 380,000 December 2009 Equipment Lease Linden Board of Education 5,000,000 November 2009 Capital Lease Town of Clinton Board of Education 1,545,000 October 2009 Refunding Bonds Mount Olive Board of Education 230,000 October 2009 Equipment Lease Kittitanny Board of Education 2,400,000 October 2009 Refunding Bonds North Plainfield Board of Education 200,000 September 2009 Equipment Lease Upper Freehold Board of Education 400,000 August 2009 Equipment Lease Upper Saddle River Board of Education 3,500,000 June 2009 Clean Renewable Energy Bonds and tax-exempt bonds Old Bridge Township Board of Education 2,250,000 June 2009 Capital Lease Princeton Regional Board of Education 44,000,000 June 2009 Refunding Bonds Atlantic City Board of Education 50,000,000 June 2009 Build America Bonds Union County Improvement Authority 17,000,000 June 2009 Revenue Bonds Flemington Board of Education 7,100,000 April 2009 Refunding Bonds Toms River Regional Board of Education 16,300,000 March 2009 Refunding Bonds Union County Improvement Authority 17,000,000 March 2009 Revenue Bonds Warren Hills Regional Board of Education 5,494,000 February 2009 School Bonds Sayreville Board of Education 2,200,000 February 2009 Bond Anticipation Notes Kenilworth Board of Education 13,900,000 February 2009 School Bonds City of Jersey City 39,925,000 January 2009 General Obligation Bonds Bergen County Improvement Authority 3,200,000 December 2008 Clean Renewable Energy Bonds Toms River Board of Education 2,751,000 November 2008 Clean Renewable Energy Bonds City of Jersey City 4,000,000 September 2008 Tax Appeal Refunding Bonds Westwood Regional Board of Education 16,260,000 September 2008 School Bonds Hopewell Valley Regional Board of Education 1,200,000 September 2008 Equipment Lease Upper Freehold Regional Board of Education 450,000 July 2008 Equipment Lease North Warren Board of Education 700,000 July 2008 School Bonds Readington Board of Education 2,500,000 July 2008 Bond Anticipation Notes

14 Name of Issuer Amount Sale Date Type of Project City of Jersey City 7,253,000 June 2008 Tax Appeal Refunding Bonds Logan Township Board of Education 167,000 June 2008 Equipment Lease Lawrence Board of Education 10,000,000 June 2008 General Obligation Bonds Boonton Board of Education 140,000 June 2008 Equipment Lease Perth Amboy Board of Education 10,944,000 May 2008 Refunding Bonds Somerset Hills Board of Education 3,305,000 May 2008 Refunding Bonds Colts Neck Board of Education 3,165,000 April 2008 Refunding Bonds Milltown Board of Education 7,000,000 March 2008 School Bonds South Orange-Maplewood Board of Education 10,000,000 March 2008 School Bonds Linden Board of Education 2,500,000 April 2008 Lease Purchase Montville Board of Education 7,230,000 February 2008 Refunding Bonds Atlantic City Board of Education 11,240,000 January 2008 Refunding Bonds Asbury Park Board of Education 7,775,000 January 2008 Refunding Bonds Madison Board of Education 11,085,000 December 2007 School Bonds Barnegat Board of Education 22,000,000 December 2007 School Bonds City of Jersey City 26,242,000 November 2007 General Obligation Bonds Mansfield Board of Education 10,000,000 November 2007 School Bonds Toms River Regional Board of Education 6,000,000 November 2007 Bond Anticipation Notes Monroe Municipal Utilities Authority 7,000,000 September 2007 Revenue Bonds Bernards Board of Education 8,000,000 September 2007 School Bonds Upper Freehold Board of Education 11,000,000 July 2007 School Bonds North Warren Board of Education 1,500,000 July 2007 Lease Purchase Barnegat Board of Education 22,000,000 July 2007 Bond Anticipation Notes Watchung Board of Education 3,000,000 June 2007 School Bonds City of Jersey City 6,504,000 June 2007 Tax Appeal Refunding Bonds Tenafly Board of Education 7,511,000 May 2007 School Bonds City of Jersey City 52,000,000 May 2007 Refunding Bonds Branchburg Board of Education 3,300,000 March 2007 School Bonds Lawrence Board of Education 9,800,000 March 2007 School Bonds City of Jersey City 17,050,000 February 2007 General Obligation Bonds Mount Olive Board of Education 9,500,000 January 2007 Refunding Bonds Union Township Board of Education 10,000,000 January 2007 Refunding Bonds North Brunswick Board of Education 18,725,000 January 2007 Refunding Bonds Toms River Regional Board of Education 12,355,000 January 2007 Refunding Bonds

15 Name of Issuer Amount Sale Date Type of Project Readington Board of Education 10,000,000 December 2006 Refunding Bonds Bernards Board of Education 10,000,000 December 2006 Refunding Bonds Woodbridge Board of Education 15,000,000 December 2006 Bond Anticipation Notes Flemington-Raritan Regional Board of Education 10,000,000 December 2006 Refunding Bonds Highland Park Board of Education 15,000,000 December 2006 Refunding Bonds City of Jersey City 37,000,000 November 2006 General Obligation Bonds Toms River Regional Board of Education 6,000,000 November 2006 Bond Anticipation Notes Upper Freehold Regional Board of Education 10,000,000 October 2006 Refunding Bonds Old Bridge Board of Education 47,500,000 September 2006 Refunding Bonds Hammonton Board of Education 7,100,000 September 2006 Refunding Bonds City of Jersey City 5,000,000 August 2006 Taxable TARNs Sayreville Board of Education 10,000,000 August 2006 Refunding Bonds Mount Olive Board of Education 9,100,000 August 2006 Refunding Bonds Barnegat Board of Education 22,000,000 July 2006 Bond Anticipation Notes Jackson Township Board of Education 11,712,132 July 2006 School Bonds City of Jersey City 3,750,000 June 2006 Bond Anticipation Notes Township of Union 4,150,000 April 2006 Refunding Bonds Hammonton Board of Education 2,614,000 April 2006 School Bonds North Plainfield Board of Education 9,400,000 March 2006 Refunding Bonds City of Jersey City 183,000,000 March 2006 Refunding Bonds Jackson Township Board of Education 88,500,000 March 2006 Refunding Bonds Tenafly Board of Education 11,000,000 March 2006 Refunding Bonds Branchburg Board of Education 18,100,000 March 2006 Refunding Bonds North Brunswick Board of Education 7,400,000 March 2006 School Bonds Somerville Board of Education 13,130,000 February 2006 Refunding Bonds Freehold Township Board of Education 31,500,000 February 2006 Refunding Bonds City of Jersey City 17,110,000 February 2006 Bond Anticipation Notes Pitman Board of Education 2,054,000 January 2006 School Bonds Bernards Board of Education 44,468,000 December 2005 School Bonds Cherry Hill Board of Education 160,000 December 2005 Lease Purchase Milltown Board of Education 940,000 December 2005 Refunding Bonds Tenafly Board of Education 25,889,000 December 2005 School Bonds Milltown Board of Education 347,854 November 2005 Lease Purchase

16 Name of Issuer Amount Sale Date Type of Project Lumberton Board of Education 9,950,000 November 2005 Refunding Bonds Madison Board of Education 45,920,000 November 2005 School Bonds NJEFA Stockton College 29,035,000 October 2005 Refunding Bonds Jackson Township Board of Education 11,721,000 September 2005 School Bonds Cranbury Board of Education 3,255,000 September 2005 Refunding Bonds Greystone Hospital 186,565,000 September 2005 Revenue Bonds City of Jersey City 8,320,000 September 2005 Bond Anticipation Notes Haddonfield Board of Education 11,025,000 August 2005 Refunding Bonds Cherry Hill Board of Education 6,000,000 August 2005 Lease Purchase Barnegat Board of Education 20,000,000 July 2005 Bond Anticipation Notes Barnegat Board of Education 20,000,000 July 2005 Bond Anticipation Notes Sayreville Board of Education 33,022,000 July 2005 School Bonds School District of the Chathams 20,525,000 July 2005 School Bonds School District of the Chathams 17,500,000 July 2005 Refunding Bonds City of Jersey City 14,340,000 July 2005 Tax Appeal Refunding Notes NJEFA Princeton University 114,645,000 July 2005 Revenue Bonds Delaware Township Board of Education 4,000,000 June 2005 Refunding Bonds Woodbridge Board of Education 1,500,000 June 2005 Equipment Lease City of Jersey City 34,790,000 June 2005 Refunding School Bonds City of Jersey City 3,500,000 June 2005 Revenue Bonds Cherry Hill Board of Education 6,000,000 June 2005 Lease Purchase Colts Neck Board of Education 5,200,000 June 2005 Refunding Bonds Pitman Board of Education 6,185,000 June 2005 Refunding Bonds City of Jersey City 29,875,000 May 2005 General Obligation Bonds Cherry Hill Board of Education 9,400,000 May 2005 Lease Purchase NJEFA Princeton University 139,590,000 April 2005 Refunding Bonds Logan Township Board of Education 4,840,000 April 2005 Refunding Bonds North Brunswick Board of Education 24,781,000 March 2005 School Bonds NJEFA Stockton College 33,000,000 March 2005 Revenue Bonds South Orange Maplewood Board of Education 9,900,000 March 2005 School Bonds Freehold Board of Education 6,200,000 March 2005 Refunding Bonds Metuchen Board of Education 20,000,000 March 2005 Refunding Bonds

17 Name of Issuer Amount Sale Date Type of Project Metuchen Board of Education 17,247,000 March 2005 School Bonds Somerville Board of Education 15,412,000 February 2005 School Bonds Woodbury Board of Education 12,981,000 February 2005 School Bonds Highland Park Board of Education 16,000,000 February 2005 School Bonds Warren Hills Regional Board of Education 23,775,000 February 2005 School Bonds Upper Freehold Regional Board of Education 28,000,000 January 2005 School Bonds Hopewell Valley Regional Board of Education 11,434,700 January 2005 School Bonds Linden Board of Education 5,000,000 January 2005 Lease Purchase NJEFA New Jersey City University 21,575,000 January 2005 Revenue Bonds Woodbridge Board of Education 56,050,865 December 2004 School Bonds City of Jersey City 124,000,000 October 2004 Refunding Bonds NJEDA Office Buildings Refunding 38,025,000 October 2004 Refunding Bonds Cherry Hill Board of Education 52,612,000 October 2004 Refunding Bonds Mount Olive Board of Education 34,500,000 October 2004 Refunding Bonds Hamilton Township Board of Education 30,000,000 October 2004 ERIP Bonds Toms River Regional Board of Education 25,000,000 October 2004 ERIP Bonds Egg Harbor Township Board of Education 51,180,000 September 2004 Refunding Bonds Readington Board of Education 10,700,000 September 2004 Refunding Bonds Monroe Township Municipal Utilities Authority 7,345,000 September 2004 Revenue Bonds NJEFA - Princeton University 175,000,000 July 2004 Revenue Bonds Barnegat Board of Education 9,139,000 July 2004 School Bonds Bernards Board of Education 1,250,000 June 2004 Lease Purchase NJEFA - Stevens Institute of Technology 13,285,000 June 2004 Revenue Bonds NJEFA - Fairleigh Dickinson University 35,270,000 June Revenue Bonds Mount Olive Board of Education 35,000,000 May 2004 School Bonds Westwood Regional Board of Education 6,900,000 April 2004 Refunding Bonds Long Hill Board of Education 12,347,000 April 2004 School Bonds Upper Freehold Regional Board of Education 5,600,000 March 2004 Refunding Bonds Bernards Board of Education 25,985,000 March 2004 Refunding Bonds Pascack Valley Board of Education 30,723,000 March 2004 School Bonds North Warren Regional Board of Education 750,000 March 2004 ERIP Refunding Elk Board of Education 1,700,000 March 2004 Refunding Bonds

18 Name of Issuer Amount Sale Date Type of Project Hunterdon Central Regional Board of Education 15,538,000 March 2004 School Bonds Dunellen Board of Education 10,420,000 February 2004 School Bonds Maple Shade Board of Education 7,350,000 February 2004 Refunding Bonds NJEFA - William Paterson University 30,035,000 January 2004 Revenue Bonds NJEDA Small School Loans 46,815,000 January 2004 Refunding Bonds Andover Regional Board of Education 7,760,000 January 2004 Refunding Bonds Barnegat Board of Education 11,500,000 January 2004 Refunding Bonds Greystone Hospital 19,125,000 December 2003 Revenue Bonds Manasquan Board of Education 3,500,000 December 2003 Refunding Bonds Ramsey Board of Education 23,434,000 December 2003 School Bonds West Long Branch Board of Education 5,800,000 November 2003 School Bonds Kenilworth Board of Education 425,000 September 2003 ERIP Refunding Clinton Township Board of Education 7,000,000 September 2003 Refunding Bonds NJEFA Princeton University 112,000,000 July 2003 Refunding Bonds Hunterdon Central Regional Board of Education 1,485,000 July 2003 ERIP Refunding Flemington-Raritan Board of Education 33,248,000 June 2003 School Bonds Watchung Hills Regional High School District 32,426,000 May 2003 School Bonds Green Brook Board of Education 21,707,000 May 2003 School Bonds Riverside Board of Education 7,835,000 May 2003 School Bonds Toms River Regional Board of Education 27,245,000 April 2003 School Bonds Piscataway Board of Education 10,525,000 April 2003 Refunding COPs Point Pleasant Board of Education 10,453,000 March 2003 School Bonds Lawrence Township Board of Education 27,500,000 March 2003 School Bonds Barnegat Board of Education 1,500,000 March 2003 Lease Purchase Jackson Township Board of Education 6,600,000 January 2003 ERIP Refunding Rutherford Board of Education 22,420,000 January 2003 School Bonds Point Pleasant Board of Education 9,500,000 January 2003 Refunding Bonds Lumberton Board of Education 9,700,000 January 2003 Refunding Bonds Trenton Board of Education 19,000,000 January 2003 ERIP Refunding Mount Olive Board of Education 2,275,000 January 2003 ERIP Refunding Somerville Board of Education 2,290,000 January 2003 ERIP Refunding Brick Township Board of Education 4,445,000 February 2003 ERIP Refunding

19 Name of Issuer Amount Sale Date Type of Project Edison Board of Education 5,800,000 December 2002 Refunding Bonds Wall Township Board of Education 6,250,000 December 2002 ERIP Refunding Lawrence Township Board of Education 3,500,000 December 2002 ERIP Refunding Atlantic City Board of Education 9,900,000 November 2002 ERIP Refunding Edison Board of Education 8,297,000 October 2002 School Bonds Egg Harbor Township Board of Education 25,600,000 October 2002 Refunding Bonds Middletown Township Board of Education 10,600,000 September 2002 School Bonds Garwood Board of Education 8,339,000 September 2002 School Bonds Piscataway Board of Education 35,507,000 August 2002 School Bonds Livingston Board of Education 4,000,000 August 2002 School Bonds North Brunswick Board of Education 22,149,000 July 2002 School Bonds Manville Board of Education 1,371,000 July 2002 School Bonds Barnegat Board of Education 9,000,000 July 2002 Bond Anticipation Notes Upper Freehold Board of Education 13,703,000 July 2002 School Bonds Union Township Board of Education 11,996,000 July 2002 School Bonds Perth Amboy Board of Education 13,500,000 June 2002 Refunding Bonds Plumsted Board of Education 8,186,000 June 2002 School Bonds Cherry Hill Township 10,000,000 June 2002 Refunding Bonds Sayreville Board of Education 1,770,000 June 2002 Lease Purchase Cranbury Board of Education 5,948,000 May 2002 School Bonds Camden County Improvement Authority 19,900,000 May 2002 General Obligation Revenue Bonds Ramsey Board of Education 6,120,000 May 2002 Refunding Bonds Freehold Township Board of Education 16,775,000 April 2002 Refunding Bonds Cherry Hill Township 5,600,000 April 2002 Bonds Anticipation Notes Jackson Board of Education 70,000,000 April 2002 School Bonds Bernards Township Board of Education 8,000,000 March 2002 Refunding Bonds Sayreville Board of Education 21,000,000 March 2002 School Bonds Monroe Municipal Utilities Authority 5,600,000 February 2002 Revenue Bonds Glen Ridge Board of Education 9,215,000 February 2002 School Bonds Pine Hill Board of Education 2,730,000 February 2002 Refunding Bonds Logan Board of Education 8,000,000 February 2002 Refunding Bonds Freehold Township Board of Education 29,000,000 February 2002 School Bonds

20 Name of Issuer Amount Sale Date Type of Project Woodbury Board of Education 1,000,000 January 2002 School Bonds Hopewell Valley Regional Board of Education 550,000 January 2002 Equipment Lease Colts Neck Board of Education 13,500,000 January 2002 School Bonds Clinton Town Board of Education 4,000,000 January 2002 Refunding Bonds Cherry Hill Township 9,960,000 January 2002 Refunding Bonds Secaucus Board of Education 300,000 December 2001 Equipment Lease Keansburg Board of Education 9,000,000 November 2001 Refunding Bonds Mansfield Board of Education 11,684,000 November 2001 School Bonds Princeton Regional Board of Education 64,944,000 November 2001 School Bonds Mount Olive Board of Education 600,000 October 2001 Bond Anticipation Notes Hopewell Valley Regional Board of Education 20,810,000 October 2001 School Bonds Freehold Township Board of Education 19,000,000 October 2001 Refunding Bonds Readington Board of Education 12,000,000 October 2001 Refunding Bonds Hunterdon Central Regional Board of Education 12,000,000 September 2001 Refunding Bonds Cherry Hill Township 26,170,000 September 2001 General Obligation Bonds Lopatcong Board of Education 9,000,000 August 2001 Refunding Bonds Point Pleasant Beach Board of Education 5,505,000 August 2001 School Bonds North Plainfield Board of Education 19,798,000 August 2001 School Bonds Branchburg Board of Education 18,475,000 August 2001 School Bonds Pemberton Township Board of Education 10,000,000 August 2001 Refunding Bonds Livingston Board of Education 20,000,000 August 2001 School Bonds Woodbridge Board of Education 1,900,000 July 2001 Equipment Lease Hackettstown Board of Education 4,176,000 July 2001 School Bonds Woodbury Board of Education 750,000 June 2001 Lease Purchase School District of the Chathams 22,000,000 May 2001 School Bonds Toms River Regional Board of Education 18,700,000 May 2001 School Bonds Atlantic City Board of Education 32,000,000 May 2001 School Bonds Neptune Board of Education 2,500,000 April 2001 Equipment Lease North Plainfield Board of Education 9,500,000 March 2001 Bond Anticipation Notes Byram Board of Education 9,900,000 March 2001 School Bonds Hopewell Valley Regional Board of Education 29,500,000 March 2001 Refunding Bonds Marlboro Board of Education 11,540,000 February 2001 Refunding Bonds

21 Name of Issuer Amount Sale Date Type of Project Central Regional Board of Education 2,751,500 January 2001 School Bonds Transactions Prior to 2001 $2,271,636,500

22 References The following is a list of school district personnel with whom we have worked in our capacity as Financial Advisors. We welcome you to call all or some of these individuals as a reference to ensure that you will receive the same quality service that has made CFA the most qualified advisor to school districts in the State of New Jersey. School District County Contact Flemington-Raritan Regional 50 Court Street Flemington, NJ Greenwich 101 Wyndham Farm Blvd. Stewartsville, NJ Warren Hills Regional 89 Bowerstown Road Washington, NJ Hunterdon Warren Warren Stephanie Hope Business Administrator (908) Victoria Stevens Business Administrator (908) Maureen Joyce Business Administrator (908)

23 Fee Proposal

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