Monthly Archives: October 2014

Morris Township Planning Board to Start Hearing Honeywell 147 Acre Application

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MORRIS TOWNSHIP PLANNING BOARD Morris County, New Jersey NOTICE OF HEARING Please take notice that RG-Columbia, LLC (“Applicant”), the contract-purchaser of property located at 101 Columbia Road, Township of Morris, Morris County, New Jersey, also identified on the Township Tax Map as Block 9101, Lot 4 (“Property”), located in the OL-40 / PUD Zoning District, which received General Development Plan Approval on July 21st, 2014, has made application to the Morris Township Planning Board seeking preliminary and final major subdivision approval. The Property is comprised of approximately 147 acres and is presently developed with the Honeywell International, Inc. Campus. The Applicant proposes to subdivide the existing Property into a total of five lots. Each of the proposed lots range in size between 14.1 acres and 63.5 acres of area. The westernmost lot, comprised of approximately 14.6 acres in area, will be dedicated to open space. The balance of the proposed lots will be the subject of future site plan submissions and are intended to be comprised of mixed-use (commercial and residential) development. The Applicant also requests waivers from strict compliance with the Township major subdivision checklist, as it relates to the submission of: key map; soil erosion and sediment plan; street location details; utility and drainage details; elevations/contours; location of existing structures; stormwater management and sewer specifications; off-tract improvement details; soil support, lot grading and drainage specifications; right-of-way, street name and easement details; cross-section and profile details; detailed construction drawings; Township Health Officer certification; steep slope data; and wetland/stream area depictions. The Applicant will also seek any variances, waivers, interpretations and relief that may be required by the Board at the time of the public hearing. The matter is scheduled to commence with a public hearing before the Planning Board on November 3rd, 2014, at the Municipal Building, Township of Morris, 50 Woodland Avenue, Convent Station, NJ at 7:30 p.m., at which time you may appear, with or without counsel to be heard in connection with the application. The application documents are on file with the Board Secretary and are available for public inspection at the Town Hall, 50 Woodland Avenue, Convent Station, NJ, during normal business days between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm. By: Douglas R. Henshaw, Esq. Porzio, Bromberg & Newman, PC 100

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Bloomfield Planning Board Appproves Hartz Site on Bloomfield Avenue

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PUBLIC NOTICE TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING BOARDS On October 14, 2014 the Planning Board of the Township of Bloomfield adopted a memorializing resolution, reflecting the action taken by the Board on September 4, 2014, approving preliminary and final major site plan, minor subdivision, and an exception from the Township’s site plan submission requirements to permit the construction of an eight (8) building, 336 unit residential development on one (1) lot and 38,659 square feet of retail space in two (2) buildings on a second lot, in an area governed by the Redevelopment Plan for the Hartz Site at premises known as Map 5, Block 64, Lots 1 & 4, better known as 192-200 Bloomfield Avenue. On October 16, 2014 the Zoning Board of Adjust of the Township of Bloomfield adopted a memorializing resolution, reflecting the action taken by the board on September 11, 2014 denying preliminary and final major site plan, a use variance and multiple (C) variances permitting a Dunkin’ Donuts operation with a drive-through service, in a Neighborhood B-2 zone on premises known as Map 23, Block 489, Lot 19 better known as 60 Belleville Avenue. On October 16, 2014 the Zoning Board of Adjust of the Township of Bloomfield adopted a memorializing resolution, reflecting the action taken by the board on September 23, 2014 approving minor site plan, a use variance and height variances to permit the placement of twelve (12) wireless tele-communications antennas, related equipment cabinets and an emergency generator in a B-2 Neighborhood Business zone on premises known as Map 22, Block 573, Lot 14 better known as 15 Osborne Street. On September 23, 2014 the Zoning Board of Adjust of the Township of Bloomfield adopted a memorializing resolution, reflecting the action taken by the board on August 14, 2014 approving sign variances to permit the installation of a new internally lit wall sign in a central business district CBD zone on premises known as Map 14, Block 336, Lots 2, 3, 5 and 7 better known as 399-407 Bloomfield Avenue. Bloomfield Life 3768334 Fee: $19.25 October 23, 2014
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City of Paterson Looking for Redevelopment Partner

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HOUSING AUTHORITY of the CITY of PATERSON REQUEST for QUALIFICATIONS for DEVELOPMENT PARTNER for the REDEVELOPMENT of GOVERNOR HARRISON 23 RFQ 102014-APOLLO23 The Housing Authority of the City of Paterson is requesting the submission of qualifications from experienced developers for the redevelopment of the Governor Harrison 23 located on Straight, Governor, Harrison, and Summer Streets in the City of Paterson, NJ. Interested developers with a minimum of five (5) years experience in large-scale urban mixed-finance/mixed-income project are invited to submit a qualification package. The submission must detail your credentials, qualifications in implementing Mixed-Finance Revitalization Programs utilizing all Federal, state and local funding programs. It is PHA’s intention to solicit qualifications from Developers and to evaluate those qualifications through a selection panel appointed by the PHA’s Executive Director. Interviews will be conducted with each Developer who submits a complete package to discuss technical, organization and compensation issues. At the conclusion of these interviews, the PHA may select one or more Developer partners based on proposal and established evaluation criteria. All proposals submitted in response to the Qualification Based Request for Developer Partner(s) must comply with the requirements of this Qualification based Request as set forth herein. A copy of RFQ 102014-APOLLO23 describing the scope of work requirements, qualification package checklist and evaluation criteria may be requested from Wilfredo C. Vazquez, Director of Modernization and Development at 973-345-5340 or by email at jmorales@patersonha.org. Any questions, clarification and/or additional information should be submitted in writing to the above. Qualifications packages shall be submitted on or before 12 noon, Wednesday, December 3, 2014. All packages must be clearly marked RFQ 102014-APOLLO23, Qualification Package: Development partner for the Redevelopment of Governor Harrison 23. The Authority strongly encourages minority-owned and women-owned business entities to submit proposals. HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF PATERSON Irma Gorham, Executive Director Herald News-3767638 Fee: $68.00 October 15, 19, 2014
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Franklin Lakes to Hear Toll Application for Major Subdivision of High Mountain Golf Course

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BOROUGH OF FRANKLIN LAKES PLANNING BOARD PLEASE take notice that Toll Bros., Inc., (“Applicant”) has filed an application together with supporting materials (“Application”) with the Borough of Franklin Lakes Planning Board (“Board”), seeking preliminary major subdivision plan approval, and any and all other relief that may be necessary (collectively “Approval”) to construct a residential development. The Application seeks to subdivide 12 existing lots into 69 new lots, upon which a residential development will be constructed that will consist of 275 total housing units, of which 220 will be market rate housing units and 55 will be affordable housing units (the “Project”). The Project consists of a mix of housing types including 60 single family houses, 160 townhouses and 55 apartments units. The Project also includes 1 recreation lot, 5 open space lots and supporting infrastructure and improvements. The property upon which the Project is proposed consists of approximately 131.78 acres and is located on properties designated on the Borough of Franklin Lakes (“Borough”) Tax Maps as Lot 1 in Block 3104; Lot 1 in Block 3105; Lot 2 in Block 3205; Lots 1, 1.01. 1.02 and 2 in Block 3206; Lots 3 and 5 in Block 3207; and Lots 2, 3 and 4 in Block 3208 (the “Property”). The Property is commonly known as 845 Ewing Avenue, Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417 (High Mountain Golf Club). The Property is within the Borough’s Planned Residence District-2 (“PRD-2″) zoning district. This Notice is being provided in accordance with NJSA 40:55D-12. The Application requires variances from the provisions of the Borough zoning code that regulate signage, parking space locations and design of retaining walls. The sections of the Township zoning code from which variance relief is sought and the nature of the requested relief is as follows: (i) Section 300-121A(5)(c) limits height of a wall sign attached to pillar or column to 2.5 feet and the Application seeks a wall sign height of 5.25 feet; (ii) Section 300-121A(5)(d) limits the length of walls for signage to no more than 15 feet per driveway with a combined length of 30 feet and the Application seeks two (2) 75 foot wall signs for a total of 150 feet; (iii) Section 300-121A(5)(f) prohibits the construction of walls or structures in the front or side yard set back of a corner lot and the Application proposes the construction of a wall/fence within such set back requirements; (iv) Section 300-121F(4) regulates the height of retaining walls to 4 feet absent the incorporation of additional design features and the Application proposes a retaining wall that is 9.7 feet that is designed in a manner not consistent with the zoning standards. Further, depending upon the Board’s interpretation, the Application may require a variance from Section 300-110.1H(12) that limits the maximum distance from parking areas to affordable housing units at 200 feet and the Application proposes that some spaces may be a maximum of 295 feet from the furthest affordable housing unit. In addition to the foregoing variance relief, the Application also sought certain design and/or submission waivers including those related to scale of plans submitted, elimination of plan cross sections, key map information, location of certain easements and incorporation of pump station design criteria/calculations at the time of Application submission. The Application may also require additional variances, submission waivers, design waivers, exceptions and/or waivers from the requirements of the Borough zoning code and/or the Residential Site Improvement Standards and other approvals as may be necessary to permit approval of the Application as submitted or with such changes as may be requested or accepted by the Board. This notice is to advise you that such additional variance and/or waiver relief may be requested by the Applicant at the time of the hearing. Copies of the Application are available for public inspection during normal business hours at the Borough Municipal Building, 480 DeKorte Drive, Franklin Lakes, New Jersey 07417, ten (10) days prior to the hearing date. A public hearing on the Application will be conducted before the Board at the Borough Municipal Building, 480 DeKorte Drive, Franklin Lakes, New Jersey 07417 on November 5, 2014 at 7:30 pm, at which time you or an interested party as defined in NJSA 40:55D-4 either in person or by agent or attorney may present any comments or objections regarding the Application. Further take notice that the Board may, at its discretion, adjourn, postpone, or continue the said hearing from time to time, and you are notified that you should make inquiry of the secretary of the Board concerning such adjournments, postponements or continuations. Dated: October 21, 2014 Applicant: Toll Bros., Inc. By: Richard J. Hoff, Jr., Esq. BISGAIER HOFF, LLC 25 Chestnut Street, Suite 3 Haddonfield, New Jersey 08033 (856) 795-0150 Attorney for Applicant October 24, 2014-fee:$125.68(133) 3769663
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Maurice River Land Use Board to Investigate Potential Redevelopment Location

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PUBLIC NOTICE MAURICE RIVER TOWNSHIP LAND USE BOARD NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Please take notice that the Land Use Board of the Township of Maurice River will hold a Public Hearing on November 5, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal Building, 590 Main Street, Leesburg, NJ. The public hearing is part of the preliminary investigation by the Land Use Board as to whether Block 278, Lots 77, 77.01, 77.02, 78, 79, 80 & 81; Block 279, Lots 1, 2, 3 & 4; Block 280, Lots, 1, 2, 3, 4, 4.01 & 4.02; Block 281, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 12.01, 13, 14, 15, 15.01, 16, 17, 18, 18.01 & 19; Block 282, Lots 1, 2 & 3; and Block 296, Lots 33, 34 & 35 as shown on the Municipal Tax Map is an area in need of redevelopment under N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5. Upon completion of its investigation, the Land Use Board will provide its recommendation to the Township Committee. Those redevelopment areas where the municipality declares it will not use eminent domain are referred to as “Non-Condemnation Redevelopment Areas.” Resolution 85-2014 declared that the entire area to be the focus of the study would be designated as a “Non-Condemnation Redevelopment Area.” If the Township Committee adopts a Resolution determining that the property or properties are in an area in need of redevelopment, such designation shall constitute a finding of public purpose which will authorize the Township to offer tax or other financial incentives to encourage the appropriate redevelopment of the area. The study area is located in the Leesburg Riverfront Area. The Preliminary Investigation, Determination of an Area in Need of Redevelopment Report as well as maps showing the extent of this area are on file in the Land Use Board office of the Township of Maurice River Municipal Building and are available for inspection Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Anyone who is interested in, or who would be affected by a determination that the area is in need of redevelopment as defined in N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5 and who favor or are against such a determination may be heard at the above stated time and place. Lillian Johnson Land Use Board Secretary Cost $123.46 (3808329) 10/18,25/ 2014 2t
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Ocean City Seeks Redevelopment Partner for Mixed Use Low Income Project

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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
FOR
DEVELOPMENT AND MIXED-FINANCE HOUSING

The Ocean City Housing Authority (“Authority”), a designated HUD “High Performer” Agency, is seeking statements of qualifications from qualified Developers to assist the Authority with developing a mixed-financed community in Ocean City, NJ. The Developer must have experience with low income housing developments and HUD’s Mixed Finance guidelines. The Authority is seeking interest from developers that offer experience and creativity in carrying out affordable housing development activities in a redevelopment setting.
The geographical context for this project is a portion of the existing Peck’s Beach Village public housing site located at 320-342 and 400-439 Haven Avenue and a portion of the existing parking lot area located at 635 West Avenue which is associated with the Bay View Manor site. All packages can be picked at 204 4th Street, Ocean City NJ 08226 or All Packages can be requested by fax or email Friday, October 17, 2014, email all requests to awatson@oceancityha.org.

Alesia R. Watson,
Executive Director
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Pub Date: October 17, 19 & 21, 2014

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Monroe Township looks at Application of The Gables at Applegarth Village

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TOWNSHIP OF MONROE PUBLIC NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the applicant, THE GABLES AT APPLEGARTH VILLAGE, LLC has applied to the Zoning Board of Adjustment of the Township of Monroe in accordance with the provisions of Section 108 of the Monroe Township Land Development Ordinance for Preliminary Major Subdivision and Site Plan Approval concerning premises known as Lot 12.27, Block 15 which is located at the intersection of Applegarth and Federal Roads in the Township of Monroe. Applicant seeks to develop the site in accordance with a Use Variance previously granted to the Applicant as a mixed use development consisting of approximately 57,020 square feet of commercial space within five (5) buildings and 71 age-restricted townhouse dwellings. As part of the Applicant’s presentation, the Applicant shall seek the following Variance relief: 1. Section 108-10.1.M – Variance requested for providing 6 monument (freestanding) signs onsite where a maximum of one (1) is permitted; 2. Section 108.10.1.M – Variance requested for providing freestanding monument sign S-02 at 320 SF where a maximum of 100 SF is permitted; 3. Section 108-10.1.M – Variance requested for providing freestanding monument sign S-03 at 117 SF, where a maximum of 100 SF is permitted. 4. Section-108-10.1.M – Variance requested for providing freestanding monument sign S-01 at 11 ft. height where 8 ft. maximum height is permitted. 5. Section-108-6.4 – Variance requested for providing a front setback of 45.69 ft. for townhome on proposed Lot #48 where 50 ft. is required by ordinance. 6. Section 108-9.1A – Variance requested for not providing a designated loading area 10′ x 50′ for Buildings A, B and C, as deliveries to these buildings will be by panel truck only. 7. Section 108-12.23B- Variance requested for providing a trash enclosure for Building A in the front yard area. This enclosure will be screened from view. 8. Section 108-12.6G.(4) – Variance requested for providing lawn areas grades greater than 5 ft. from a building grades at 33.3% where a maximum of 20% is permitted. These lawn areas will be stabilized with sod. 9. Section 108-9.1A(13) – Variance requested for providing parking in the front yard in two locations, north of Building A and west of Building C where parking areas are not permitted in any front yard area. Parking areas are adequately buffered. 10. Section 108-9.1B.(1) – Variance requested for providing parking stall size of 10 ft. wide x 19 ft. deep in the commercial area and 19 feet wide x 18 feet deep in the residential area where 10 ft. x 20 ft. is required. 11. Section 108-9.1E.1 – Variance requested for providing parking in various locations at 10-15 ft. from the building where a minimum of 30 ft. is required. 12. Section 108-6.4 – Variance requested for providing a minimum of 27.21 ft. buffer for townhomes along ROW, where a 50 ft. buffer is required and a variance for 34.5 ft. was previously granted. A Hearing on this application by the Zoning Board will be held on September 30, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at the Township of Monroe Municipal Complex, One Municipal Plaza, Monroe, N.J., Township of Monroe, Middlesex County, N.J. You may appear in person or by agent or attorney and present any objections which you may have to the granting of this application. The applicant also intends to request at the hearing such other variances and/or waivers of design standards and/or submission requirements as are required to develop the premises in the manner indicated in the application materials. Applications, maps and other related documents of the proposed development are on file in the Office of the Monroe Township Planning and Development, Municipal Complex, One Municipal Plaza, Monroe, N.J. (732-521-4400 ext. 46). Interested parties should contact the office to make an appointment to review the application and supporting documents. Dated: September 15, 2014 JONATHAN M. HEILBRUNN Attorney for Applicant ($77.44) 96632
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Jersey City to Hear Greenland Realty Redevelopment Application

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LEGAL NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on Tuesday, October 7, 2014, at 5:30pm, a public hearing will be held by the Jersey City Planning Board at the City of Jersey City Municipal Council Chambers, City Hall, located at 136 Summit Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey regarding the application of Greenland Realty, LLC (the “Applicant”), for the property located at 136 Summit Avenue and described on the Tax Map of the City of Jersey City as Block 15303, Lot 6 (the “Property”). The property is located in the Summit and Fairmount Redevelopment Area. The Applicant has applied to the Planning Board for a Minor Subdivision to subdivide Block 15303, Lot 6 in to two (2) undersized lots to be referred to as Lots 6.01 and 6.02 respectively. Applicant has also applied to the Planning Board for two (2) Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan approvals in order to refurbish an existing structure into a multifamily residential building with nineteen (19) dwelling units on proposed Lot 6.01 and for new construction of a mixed-use multifamily residential/commercial building with 945 square feet of retail and fifty-nine (59) dwelling units on proposed Lot 6.02. On the newly subdivided Lot 6.01, Applicant is applying for Preliminary and Major Site Plan approval in order to refurbish a three (3) story former commercial medical building into a multi-family residential building totaling 14,740 square feet containing nineteen (19) units and five (5) parking spaces and requests variances for minimum lot size, parking, stepbacks above 25 feet, and stepbacks at the third floor on the northern and eastern interior lot lines. Additionally, a design waiver is requested to permit exterior, head-on parking. On proposed Lot 6.02, Applicant is applying for Preliminary and Major Site Plan in order to construct an eight (8) story, mixed-use multifamily residential / commercial building with 945 square feet of retail and 48,517 square feet of residential space containing fifty-nine (59) dwelling units and forty-one (41) parking spaces. The proposed project on the newly created Lot 6.02 requests variances for minimum lot size, parking, 5 foot stepbacks above retail, and stepbacks at the third floor on the northern and southeastern interior lot lines. A design waiver is requested to permit compact cars within the interior garage. Additionally, 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 person or person affected by this application may have an opportunity to be heard at the hearing of October 7, 2014, at 5:30 P.M. in the Council Chambers located at City Hall, 280 Grove Street, Jersey City, New Jersey 07302 at which time you may appear either in person, by agent or attorney and present comments which you may have regarding this application. All documents relating to this application may be inspected by the public between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. in the City Planning Division, 30 Montgomery Street, Suite 1400, Jersey City, New Jersey 07302. GREENLAND REALTY, LLC, Applicant Eugene T. Paolino, Esq. Genova Burns Giantomasi & Webster Attorneys for Applicant 30 Montgomery Street, 15th Floor Jersey City, NJ 07302 09/27/14 $85.00

Public Notice ID: 21774260.HTM
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Fort Lee Board of Adjustment Approves United Way Housing

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BOROUGH OF FORT LEE FORT LEE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that at a special public meeting of the Board of Adjustment, Borough of Fort Lee, held on Monday, September 29, 2014, the Board made the following decision: Docket # 31-14 Bergen County United Way/ Madeline Housing Partners, LLC 1253 Inwood Terrace APPROVED Block 1653, Lot 1 Minor Subdivision, Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan – 30-Unit, 3-Story Multiple Dwelling including 5 Special Needs Residential Units and Adjacent Single-Family Group Home. A copy of the resolution is on file in the Office of the Planning Administrator, Fort Lee Municipal Building, 309 Main Street, Fort Lee, NJ and the same is available for inspection from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday. Doug Sugarman, Chairman Barbara B. Klein, Planning Administrator October 3, 2014-Fee:$30.24(32) 3757712
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Cinnaminson Township to Hear Application of The Villages at Cinnaminson Harbour

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NOTICE OF HEARING CINNAMINSON TOWNSHIP
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that upon the Application of K-Land Corp. (the ‘Applicant’), the Planning Board of the Township of Cinnaminson (the ‘Planning Board’) shall conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, October 14, 2014, commencing at 7:30 p.m. at the Cinnaminson Township Municipal Building, 1621 Riverton Road, Cinnaminson Township, New Jersey 08077, to consider the Applicant’s request for Preliminary Major Site Plan Approval, Final Major Site Plan Approval, Preliminary Major Subdivision Approval, Final Major Subdivision Approval, Bulk Variance Approval and, to the extent necessary, Submission Waiver Approval to allow for the development of the Section Seven and Section Eight portions of The Village at Cinnaminson Harbour project that will consist of one hundred and twenty-one (121) residential dwellings (townhomes) and related site improvements on 28.83+ acres currently owned by K-Land No. 57, L.L.C., and more particularly known, or formerly known, as Block 307, Part of Lot 1 on the Official Tax Maps of Cinnaminson Township (‘Sections Seven & Eight’).
The Planning Board granted General Development Plan (‘GDP’) Approval for The Village at Cinnaminson Harbour on August 27, 2002. Sections Seven & Eight are development phases of The Village at Cinnaminson Harbour GDP that involves a 104.99 + acre tract of land situated in the Planned Unit Development (‘PUD’) Zoning District in Cinnaminson Township, near the intersection of Union Landing Road and Broad Street, and more particularly known, or formerly known, as Block 307, Part of Lots 1, 1.01 & 1.03, Block 307.01, Lot 1, Block 307.02, Lot 1, Block 307.03, Lot 1, Block 307.04, Lots 7-10, Block 307.05, Lots 1 & 2, Block 307.06, Lots 1 & 2, Block 307.07, Lots 1 & 2, Block 307.08, Lots 1-6, Block 307.09, Lot 1, Block 307.10, Lot 1, Block 307.11, Lot 1, Block 307.12, Lot 1, Block 307.13, Lot 1, Block 307.14, Lot 1, Block 401, Lot 3, Block 501, Lots 12 & 14, Block 502, Part of Lots 2, 3 & 4, Block 502, Lot 7, and Block 503, Lots 1-5 on the Official Tax Maps of Cinnaminson Township (the ‘Property’).
In addition to Preliminary Major Site Plan Approval, Final Major Site Plan Approval, Preliminary Major Subdivision Approval and Final Major Subdivision Approval, the Applicant is requesting that the Planning Board grant Bulk Variance Approval to allow 9 foot x 18 foot parking spaces where 10 foot x 20 foot parking spaces are required by the Cinnaminson Township Ordinance Section 525-110.B(2). The Applicant is also requesting that the Planning Board grant Submission Waiver Approval so as to not require the presentation of another Environmental Impact Statement or Traffic Impact Report for The Village at Cinnaminson Harbour development. At the same time, the Applicant will be requesting that the Planning Board grant any and all other approvals, variances, submission waivers, design waivers, de minimis exceptions, Ordinance interpretations and/or other such relief determined to be necessary by the Planning Board to allow for Applicant’s proposed use and development of the Property.
During the October 14, 2014, Planning Board meeting and public hearing, the Applicant will be prepared to also discuss the development of a portion of a proposed Heritage Trail located adjacent to Sections Seven & Eight and the Delaware River waterfront area within the Property.
You may appear either in person or by attorney and present any support or objection which you may have to the granting of this Application.
Copies of the Application, plans, reports, correspondence and supporting documentation are on file in the Cinnaminson Township Planning Board Office, with the Secretary of the Cinnaminson Township Planning Board, and are available for public inspection and public review during normal business hours at the Cinnaminson Township Municipal Building, 1621 Riverton Road, Cinnaminson Township, New Jersey 08077. ROBERT W. BUCKNAM, JR. ESQUIRE ARCHER & GREINER A Professional Corporation Attorneys for Applicant and Owner One Centennial Square Haddonfield, New Jersey 08033 (856) 795-2121
Adv. Fee: $87.86 BCT: Oct. 3, 2014 Aff. Chg: $20.00
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