Decided: April 15, 1977.
DENNIS J. JONES, MARLENE FEDER AND MARCUS I. FEDER, CITIZENS AND TAXPAYERS OF EAST WINDSOR, MERCER COUNTY, NEW JERSEY, AND STANLEY C. VAN NESS, PUBLIC ADVOCATE OF NEW JERSEY, PLAINTIFF-RESPONDENTS,
EAST WINDSOR REGIONAL BOARD OF EDUCATION AND ITS MEMBERS; RICHARD C. FRIEDMAN, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS A MEMBER OF SAID BOARD, AND LYNN B. FRIEDMAN, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS FORMER PRESIDENT OF SAID BOARD, DEFENDANT-APPELLANTS
On appeal from Superior Court, Law Division, whose opinion is published in 143 N.J. Super. 182 (1976).
Bischoff, Morgan and King.
[158 NJSuper Page 496] At oral argument the parties freely admitted that all of the issues projected in the within appeal have
[158 NJSuper Page 497]
become moot. We also conclude that the appeal has become moot and that none of the issues is of such public importance as to require their resolution.
The appeal is therefore dismissed.