Monthly Archives: April 2014

Franklin Township Grants Greek Approval for Industrial Buildings

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP

LEGAL NOTICE
TOWNSHIP OF FRANKLIN
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Franklin Township Planning Board, at its April 16, 2014 public meeting, adopted a resolution granting, to the undersigned, the relief described below in connection with the construction of two buildings, containing a total of approximately 208,740 square feet of floor area for light industrial, warehouse and related uses, with ancillary offices, on premises containing 38.31 acres, located in the M-2 (Light Manufacturing) Zoning District at the terminus of Roosevelt Avenue, and also having frontage on Veronica Avenue (the “Premises”). The Premises is shown on the Franklin Township Tax Maps as Block 88.02, Lots 36.09, 36.10 and 36.11. The relief granted is as follows:
1. Amended Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan approval.
2. Minor subdivision approval to reduce the number of lots from three to two.
3. A variance from ?112-25 of the Franklin Township Municipal Land Use Ordinance, with regard to the 100 foot minimum required setback of a structure from a gas or fuel transmission line, so as to allow one of the proposed buildings to be located less than 100 feet from an existing Sun Oil petroleum line.
Copies of the resolution, application, plans and supporting materials are on file in the office of the Franklin Township Planning Board at the Franklin Township Municipal Complex, 475 DeMott Lane, Somerset, New Jersey and are available there for inspection Monday through Friday during normal business hours.
F. GREEK DEVELOPMENT
33 Cotters Lane
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
($26.84) 067818

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Main Street Barnegat to See Mixed Use

TOWNSHIP OF BARNEGAT

NOTICE OF HEARING
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Enterprise Development Corp. has made application to the Barnegat Township Planning Board for preliminary and final major site plan approval to permit the construction of a mixed use development consisting of five buildings containing two restaurants, grocery store, eleven retail stores and thirty second floor apartment units at the property located at 97 and 107 South Main Street, Barnegat, NJ, also known as Block 195, Lots 5 and 6.01 on the official tax map of the Township of Barnegat.
Applicant will seek a bulk variance to permit a front yard set back of 83′ from South Main Street (30′ required); front yard set back of 66.8′ from Old Main Shore Road (30′ required). Applicant will seek any other variances that may be required by the Barnegat Township Planning Board at the time the application is heard at public hearing.
A public hearing has been ordered for Tuesday, April 29, 2014 at 7:30 PM in the Municipal Court Room, 900 West Bay Avenue, Barnegat, NJ, at which time all interested parties may appear personally or by agent or attorney and present testimony pertinent to this application.
Documents are available for inspection at the office of the Board Secretary, 900 West Bay Avenue, Barnegat, NJ, during regular business hours, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday.
Kelly & Visotcky, LLC
By:_________________________
Richard P. Visotcky, Esquire
Attorney for Applicant
($37.80) 065353

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North Bergen Studies Area Around Paterson Plank Road for Redevelopment

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  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLANNING BOARD TOWNSHIP OF NORTH BERGEN   PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on March 12, 2014, the Board of Commissioners of the Township of North Bergen adopted a resolution authorizing the North Bergen Planning Board to undertake a preliminary investigation of property identified as Block 27, Lots 1, 2,16.01, 21.22 and 23.01 and Block 40, Lots 1, 2, 3.03, 3.011, 3.012 and 3.031 as identified on the Official Tax Map of the Township of North Bergen (the “Study Area”) to determine if the properties qualify as an area in need of redevelopment.  The boundaries of the study area consist of those blocks located on the east and west sides of Paterson Plank Road. The Block 27 portion of the study area begins on the westerly side of Paterson Plank Road across from the intersection with 13th Street and continues west for 150 feet to the westerly property line of Block 27, Lot 2. It continues north for 325.83 feet to the southerly property line of Block 27, Lot 16.01 and turns west following the property line of Lot 16.01 for 176 feet before running 383 feet northwest, 185.33 feet west and 144.38 feet north along the westerly property line of Lot 16.01. At the southerly boundary of Block 27, Lot 21, the study area runs west for 20 feet; north for 70.35 feet; and east for 70 feet to the westerly property line of Block 40, Lot 22. It then runs 132 feet north along this westerly property line; 100 feet east along the northerly property line of Lot 22 to the westerly property line of Block 40, Lot 23.01. The study area boundary then turns 530.10 feet north along the westerly property line of Lot 23.01 before turning east for 252.83 feet to the easterly property line. The boundary then runs southeast along Paterson Plank Road for 1,265.93 feet before turning slightly to the south for 244.08 feet along Grand Avenue to the starting point. The Block 40 portion of the study area is non-contiguous, but is on the opposite side of the street. The southern portion begins 96.42 feet north of the intersection of Paterson Plank Road and 14th Street at the southwesterly corner of Block 40, Lot 1. It then runs northwest along Paterson Plank Road for 866.64 feet along the westerly property lines of Block 40, Lots 1, 2, 3.011 and 3.012 before turning east at the northerly property line of Lot 3.012 and running northeast for 104.80 feet; southeast for 40.34 feet; south for 126 feet; and east for 54.01 feet, following the property lines. It then runs south for 397.07 feet along the easterly property lines of Lots 3.012, 3.011 and 2 before running 114.77 feet west to the starting point. The second area of the Block 40 portion of the study area consists of Lots 3.03 and 3.031 and begins at the southwestern corner of Lot 3.03 located 30 feet north of Lot 3.012. It continues north for 525.11 feet to the northerly property line of Lot 3.03. The boundary then runs 151 feet west to the westerly property line of Lot 3.03, where it turns south 498.40 feet to the southerly property line of Lot 3.031, where it runs west for 117 feet to the starting point. The study area totals +/- 16.8 acres. The study area’s street addresses are 1313 Paterson Plank Road (Block 27, Lot 1), 1305 Paterson Plank Road (Block 27, Lot 2), 1407 Paterson Plank Road (Block 27, Lot 16.01), 1513 Paterson Plank Road (Block 27, Lot 21), 1601 Paterson Plank Road (Block 27, Lot 22), 1607 Paterson Plank Road (Block 27, Lot 23.01), 1445 Kennedy Boulevard (Block 40, Lot 1), 1520 Paterson Plank Road (Block 40, Lot 2), 1706 Paterson Plank Road (Block 40, Lot 3.03), 1610 Paterson Plank Road (Block 40, Lot 3.011), 1700 Paterson Plank Road (Block 40, Lot 3.012) and 1904 Paterson Plank Road (Block 40, Lot 3.031).  The Township of North Bergen Planning Board will be conducting a public hearing on April 30, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. in the North Bergen Municipal Building located at 4233 Kennedy Boulevard, North Bergen, New Jersey to review and consider the preliminary investigation conducted of the aforementioned properties pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-6. A copy of the map delineating the boundaries of the proposed redevelopment area (the blocks and lots as noted above) and a copy of the Area in Need of Redevelopment Study for Paterson Plank Road/Grand Avenue Study Area, Township of North Bergen, New Jersey prepared by Phillips Preiss Grygiel, LLC dated April, 2014 is on file in the office of the Township Clerk and the Planning Board Secretary, 4233 Kennedy Boulevard, North Bergen, New Jersey and is available for inspection Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. through 4:00 p.m. on regular business days.  Any redevelopment area determination pursuant to the resolution adopted by the Board of Commissioners shall not authorize the Township of North Bergen to exercise the power of Eminent Domain to acquire any property in the delineated redevelopment area.  All persons who are interested in or would be affected by a determination that the delineated area is an area in need of redevelopment may be heard at the time and place scheduled for the hearing identified herein.  Geraldine Baker, Secretary/Clerk Planning Board, Township of North Bergen   04/11/14 $105.79  
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Newark Board of Adjustment to hear application of the Bergen Street Redevelopment, LLC

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PUBLIC NOTICE OF HEARING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY   PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 7:00 p.m., a public meeting will be held by the Zoning Board of Adjustment (the “Board”) at the City of Newark Municipal Council Chambers, City Hall, located at 920 Broad Street, 2nd Floor, Newark, New Jersey regarding the application of Bergen Street Redevelopment, LLC (the “Applicant”) for the Bergen Street Redevelopment project on the property located at 1041 Bergen Street, also referred to as Block 3660, Lot 11 and 1057 Bergen Street, also referred to as Block 3661, Lots 3, 5, and 8 on the official tax map of the City of Newark (the “Property”). The Property is located in the South Ward and within the Bergen South Redevelopment Zone.  Preliminary and Final Site Plan approval is requested for the construction of two (2) mixed-use buildings containing a total of forty-two (42) residential units, parking, and commercial space. The first building (Building A), located at 1041 Bergen Street is a five (5) story building with a roof deck and will contain thirty-two (32) residential units over commercial space and sixteen (16) parking spaces. The second building (Building B), located at 1057 Bergen Street, is a four (4) story building that will contain ten (10) residential units and a community center on the ground floor. A “(d)” variance is requested for the ground floor residential units along with bulk variances for principle front yard and corner front yard setback, and maximum yard impervious coverage.   Further, the Applicant requests that the Board grant any additional approvals, permits, variances, interpretations, waivers or exceptions reflected in the plans and materials filed (as same may be amended or revised from time to time without further notice) or determined to be necessary during the review and processing of this application.  Any interested party may appear at the aforesaid hearing on Thursday, April 10, 2014 and participate therein. You may appear either in person or by agent or attorney and present comments and/or testimony which you may have regarding the application.  TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that the application, appropriate plans, and all documents submitted in relation to this application may be inspected by the public between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Office of Central Planning, City Hall, 920 Broad Street, Room 112, Newark, New Jersey 07102.  Bergen Street Redevelopment, LLC, Applicant  Jennifer M. Carrillo-Perez, Esq. Genova Burns Giantomasi & Webster Attorneys for Applicant 494 Broad Street Newark, NJ 07102 3/28/2014 $138.04  
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City of Millville to see sale of industrial site by NJDEP

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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICEDepartment of Environmental Protection Green Acres Program Notice of Public Hearings on Proposed Conveyance of Property in the City of Millville, Cumberland County

 

Take Notice that in accordance with N.J.S.A. 13:1D-51 through -58, the State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection (“NJDEP”) will hold two public hearings to seek comments on the proposed conveyance of property in the City of Millville, Cumberland County.

The property proposed for conveyance is designated for tax purposes as Block 578, Lot 19 (comprising approximately 81 acres, hereafter “the Property.”) The NJDEP proposes to convey the Property through a direct sale to either the City of Millville (“City”), the Millville Urban Redevelopment Corporation (“MURC”), the Cumberland County Improvement Authority or any other nonprofit or public entity designated by the City. The Property was purchased by the NJDEP from the prior owner, Durand Glass Manufacturing Company, Inc. (“Durand”), in July 2013 for $335,000. The proposed sale price for the conveyance by the NJDEP to the City or its designee is $395,000. If the property is conveyed by the NJDEP to the City or its designee, it will be used for commercial/industrial purposes consistent with current zoning.

The Property is located off Gorton Road; the street address of the Property is 1 Gorton Road. It is irregularly shaped, with a maximum depth of about 2700 linear feet and a frontage of about 735 feet. The property is currently administered by the NJDEP’s Division of Fish and Wildlife as part of the 474-acre Menantico Ponds Wildlife Management Area.

A copy of a report analyzing the proposed conveyance is available online at www.nj.gov/dep/greenacres/notices.html. A general location map for the Property is included as Figure 1 of the report. An aerial map of the Property is included as Figure 2 of the report.

The proposed sale price is based on three components: the $367,000 full fair market value of the Property as of January 2013 (as established by appraisals commissioned by the NJDEP as part of the purchase); approximately $13,000 in technical costs incurred by the NJDEP as part of the purchase of the Property and $15,000 for administrative costs associated with the proposed conveyance.

If the proposed conveyance of the Property is approved and the Property is sold to the City or its designee, the NJDEP intends to apply $367,000 of the sale proceeds to the purchase of a minimum of 900 acres of land within Block 582, Lot 1 in the City of Millville for addition to the Menantico Ponds Wildlife Management Area. The proposed replacement property is known locally as the Holly Farm property and is located at 3001 Main Street E in the City of Millville. The remainder of the proceeds of the sale ($28,000) will be returned to the Garden State Preservation Trust Fund (or other appropriate Green Acres bond fund) for use in future open space acquisitions. However, if the Holly Farm purchase cannot be concluded within three years of the actual conveyance of the Property, the NJDEP will identify and purchase other suitable replacement land of at least equal acreage, in fee, within Cumberland County using the $367,000 sale proceeds.

State House Commission approval is required for this proposal. If approved, the Department anticipates that the earliest the proposed conveyance could occur is mid-August 2014.

The first public hearing on the proposed conveyance of the Property will be held on:

Wednesday, May 7, 2014 at 6:30 PM at the City of Millville City Hall Commission Chambers-4th floor 12 S. High Street Millville, New Jersey 08332 856-825-7000

The hearing record for the first public hearing will close on Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Interested persons may obtain information from Judeth Yeany in the Green Acres Program or John Knoop at the City of Millville at the addresses below and may submit written comments to Ms. Yeany until the close of business on Wednesday, May 21, 2014.

The second public hearing will be held on:

Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at 2:30 PM at the Department of Environmental Protection Public Hearing Room 401 E. State Street-1st floor Trenton, New Jersey 08625

The hearing record for the second public hearing will close on Wednesday, June 4, 2014. Interested persons may obtain information from Judeth Yeany in the Green Acres Program or John Knoop at the City of Millville at the addresses below and may submit written comments to Ms. Yeany until the close of business on Friday, June 4, 2014.

Persons wishing to make oral presentations at either of the public hearings are asked to bring a written copy of their comments to the hearing for use by the Department. For further information on the proposed conveyance, please contact:

Department of Environmental Protection Judeth Piccinini Yeany, Chief Bureau of Legal Services and Stewardship New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Green Acres Program Mail Code 501-01 P.O. Box 420 Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0420 (609) 984-0500 Judeth.Yeany@dep.state.nj.us

City of Millville

John H. Knoop III, City Engineer City of Millville City Hall 12 S. High St. P.O. Box 609 Millville, New Jersey 08332 856-825-7000, ext. 7301 JKnoop@millvillenj.gov

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Kearny Redevelopment Plan, If Amended, To Accomdate 445 Acre Industrial SIte

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     PUBLIC NOTICE  SP-717 Kearny Area Redevelopment Plan Amendment   PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission (NJMC) will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, to obtain comments on an amendment to the Kearny Area Redevelopment Plan, originally adopted by the NJMC on May 24, 2000, and amended on March 27, 2002, July 14, 2004, and September 28, 2011. The public hearing will be held at 10:00 a.m. at the offices of the NJMC, Two DeKorte Park Plaza, Lyndhurst, New Jersey.   The Kearny Area Redevelopment Area, located in the Town of Kearny, within the Hackensack Meadowlands District, comprises approximately 445 acres and is defined as the following: Block 205, Lots 18, 19.02, 24, 25, 26.01, 26.02, & 27-33; Block 253, Lots 5.01 & 5.02; Block 275, Lot 1; Block 284, Lots 2.02 (formerly 2.01), 3.02 (formerly 3.01), 4.02 (formerly 4.01), 7, 7.02, 9.01, 9.03, 9.05, 11.01, 11.02, & 11.04; Block 285, Lots 1.01, 2, 3, 14, & 15; and Block 286, Lots 4, 4.01, 5, 6.01, 6.02, 7, 9, 16, 47, 47.01, & 48.   Petitions to amend the Kearny Area Redevelopment Plan were submitted by Castano Quigley LLC, on behalf of the Town of Kearny, and Hartz Mountain Industries, Inc.   A copy of the full text of the proposed redevelopment plan amendment and a map of the subject area are available for public inspection during normal office hours at the Commission’s Public Information Center at One DeKorte Park Plaza in Lyndhurst, which may be contacted at (201) 460-1700. The documents are also available for download from the NJMC website at http://www.njmeadowlands.gov/public/notices_2014.html. Interested persons may submit oral or written comments at, or prior to, the public hearing. Upon consideration of the comments submitted, the NJMC staff will prepare a recommendation for the Commission. This recommendation will be considered at a regularly scheduled meeting of the NJMC.  If there are any questions, or if special requirements are needed under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), please contact Sharon Mascar? of this Office at (201) 460-1700, during regular business hours.  NEW JERSEY MEADOWLANDS COMMISSION  Marcia A. Karrow Executive Director  Dated: March 31, 2014   04/05/14 $77.23  
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Somerville to consider additional redevelopment areas

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  BOROUGH OF SOMERVILLE   PUBLIC NOTICE BOROUGH OF SOMERVILLE PLANNING BOARD Please take notice that the Planning Board of the Borough of Somerville shall hold a public meeting at 7:00 P.M. on April 23, 2014 in the Borough Council Chambers, 24 South Bridge Street, Somerville, NJ. The meeting is with respect to a study to determine whether properties identified on the Tax Maps of the Borough of Somerville known as Block 115, Lots 6, 8, 17, 18, 19, 20, 20.01, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 32 and 32.01, and Hunterdon Street will qualify as a “non-condemnation” area in need of redevelopment according to the criteria set forth in N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5, the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law. These properties represent either a proposed expansion of the existing West Main Street Redevelopment Area or possibly the creation of a new Redevelopment Area. At the public meeting, the Planning Board shall present the details of the study and hear all persons who are interested in or would be affected by the inclusion of Block 115, Lots 6, 8, 17, 18, 19, 20, 20.01, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 32 and 32.01, and Hunterdon Street into the proposed Redevelopment Area. A copy of a map showing the boundaries of the proposed Redevelopment Area (the Blocks and Lots and properties as noted above) is on file in the office of the Borough Clerk, 25 West End Avenue, Somerville, NJ, and is available for inspection Monday through Friday during normal business hours. All persons who are interested in or would be affected by a determination that the delineated area is a redevelopment area may attend the meeting and participate therein in accordance with the rules of the Planning Board. ($28.60) 051501  
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Woodbridge Township Council Introduces and Passess the Inman Avenue Rehabilitation Plan

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  TOWNSHIP OF WOODBRIDGE
NOTICE is hereby given that at a Regular Meeting of the Municipal Council of the Township of Woodbridge held on APRIL 1, 2014 The following Ordinance was introduced and read and passed on First Reading  AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE INMAN AVENUE REHABILITATION PLAN: AREA 2 WHEREAS, the Township Council of the Township of Woodbridge (the “Council”) adopted a Resolution directing the Planning Board to undertake a preliminary investigation to determine if certain real property appearing on the official tax maps of the Township of Woodbridge (the “Township”), County of Middlesex, State of New Jersey, as various properties along Inman Avenue in the Colonia section of the Township, commonly referred to as the Inman Avenue Rehabilitation Area (the “Rehabilitation Area”) as an area in need of rehabilitation as defined in the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-1, et seq. (the “LRHL”); and   WHEREAS, the Township Planning Board (“Planning Board”) by resolution dated July 8, 2009, recommended that the Rehabilitation Area be designated by the Township Council as an area in need of rehabilitation; and WHEREAS, on August 4, 2009, pursuant to the recommendation of the Planning Board, the Township Council adopted a Resolution designating the Rehabilitation Area as an area in need of rehabilitation; and WHEREAS, in furtherance of the rehabilitation of the Rehabilitation Area, a rehabilitation plan has been prepared by Marta Lefsky, P.P., A.I.C.P., dated March 2014 , for the Rehabilitation Area (the “Inman Avenue Rehabilitation Plan: Area 2″) which is attached hereto as Exhibit A and hereby made part of this Ordinance; and WHEREAS, the Township Council adopted a Resolution on April 1, 2014, referring the Inman Avenue Rehabilitation Plan to the Planning Board for its review and recommendation; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board by Resolution on April 9, 2014 recommended that the Township Council adopt the Inman Avenue Rehabilitation Plan: Area 2 Company Site. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Township Council of the Township of Woodbridge, County of Middlesex, State of New Jersey, being the governing body thereof, that, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-7, the Township Council: Section 1.  Hereby adopts and approves the Inman Avenue Rehabilitation Plan: Area 2 which attached hereto as Exhibit A and hereby made a part of this Ordinance; and Section 2. Hereby directs the Inman Avenue Rehabilitation Plan: Area 2 be filed with the Township Clerk. Section 3.  Hereby directs the Woodbridge Redevelopment Agency of the Township of Woodbridge shall serve as the redevelopment entity responsible for implementing the Inman Avenue Rehabilitation Plan: Area 2 and carrying out the rehabilitation projects in the Rehabilitation Area. Section 4. The Inman Avenue Rehabilitation Plan: Area 2 shall supersede the provisions of the Township’s Zoning Ordinance in the Rehabilitation Area. Section 5.  Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-7(c), the Township’s Zoning Map is hereby amended to identify the Rehabilitation Area in the manner depicted in the Rehabilitation Plan. Section 6. If any provision of this Ordinance shall be held invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, the same shall not affect the other provisions of this ordinance, except so far as the provision so declared invalid shall be inseparable from the remainder of any portion thereof . Section 7.  This Ordinance shall take effect upon the final passage and publication pursuant to Law. John M. Mitch, RMC, CMC, CMR Municipal Clerk   EXHIBIT A INMAN AVENUE REHABILITATION PLAN: AREA 2 DATED: MARCH 2014 Said Ordinance remains on file in the office of the Municipal Clerk for Inspection and on line at www.twp.woodbridge.nj.us Notice is further given that said Ordinance will be further considered for Final Passage by said Municipal Council at a Regular Meeting of that body, to be held at the Memorial Municipal Building, 1 Main Street, Woodbridge, N.J. on APRIL 22, 2014 at 7:00 pm at which time and place all persons interested therein will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning the same.  John M. Mitch, RMC,CMC,CMR Municipal Clerk ($63.96) 052839  

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Cresskill Planning Board approves 2 subdivisions permitting 5 new homes

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BOROUGH OF CRESSKILL NOTICE   On February 11, 2014, the Planning Board approved application #1440M to Ramapo Developers, LLC, owner of premises located at 400 Eleventh Street, also known as Block 112, Lots 37-42, granting Major Subdivision approval, Site Plan approval, bulk variances and design waivers to erect two single family residences on the above premises.  On February 11, 2014, the Planning Board approved application #1441M to 15 Wakelee Drive Corp., contract purchaser of premises located at 128 and 130 Morningside Avenue, also known as Block 165, Lot 1.01, granting Major Subdivision approval, Site Plan approval, bulk variances and design waivers to erect five (5) single family residences on the above premises.  The implementing resolutions have been filed in this office for public inspection. Barbara A. Nasuto Borough Clerk March 28, 2014-Fee:$26.46(28) 3660980
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Robbinsville Township Planning grants Sharbell Final Major Approval

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 LEGAL NOTICE   At a scheduled meeting of the Robbinsville Township Planning Board held on Wednesday, March 19, 2014 the following action was taken:  1.Resolution of Memorialization was adopted granting final major subdivision for Phases 3B and 3C and final site plan for a portion of Phases 3B and 3C to Sharbell Building Company, LLC for property known and designated as Block 26, Lots 4, 6.01, 7.01, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 23, 24, 25, 27, 29 and 31 a/k/a Route 130 and Gordon Road, Robbinsville Township, Mercer County, NJ. The approval consists of the following: (1) Final major subdivision for the creation of 129 new lots, consisting of 120 non age-restricted single-family homes, a 30 unit multi-family Affordable housing apartment/condominium building, 7 HOA lots, a recreation lot containing the HOA recreation amenities, a lot (Lot 12 in Block 26, containing approximately 120.12 acres) to be conveyed to Robbinsville Township for municipal purposes and/or uses consistent with the zoning regulation for the MU-ARCD Zone and private roadway rights-of-way; and (2) Final site plan for the 30 unit multi-family Affordable Housing apartment/condominium building, a recreation lot with a clubhouse, pool, tot lot and associated site improvements. The approval granted is subject to certain conditions.   A copy of this resolution is on file and available for inspection in the Planning/Zoning Office during the hours of 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday.  Elide M. Post Planning Board Secretary 3/27/2014 $23.78  

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