Monthly Archives: November 2014

Cresskill Planning Board to Hear Pulte Homes Application for 38 Townhouses

Public Notice:

PUBLIC NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Pulte Homes of NJ, Limited Partnership (“Applicant”) has applied to the Planning Board (“Board”) of the Borough of Cresskill, Bergen County, NJ (“Borough”) for preliminary and final major site plan approval with variance and other relief to permit the construction of thirty-eight (38) townhouses in seven (7) separate buildings, with associated landscaping, parking, lighting, and drainage improvements on property located within the Borough at 1 County Road, also known as Block 88, Lot 1 as shown on the Borough Tax Map. To the extent deemed necessary, Applicant shall further seek bulk variance relief pursuant to N.J.S.A 40:55D-70(c) for the building height where, pursuant to Section 275-159(B)) of the Borough Zoning Ordinance (“Ordinance”),no structure containing a townhouse unit shall exceed a mean height of 35 feet, and the building heights for the proposed 38 units range from 35.74′ to 36.78′.It is also noted that,while the proposed development meets the superseding State Residential Site Improvement Standards with respect to Minimum Roadway Width (24′) and Minimum Driveway Width – 2 cars (18′), under the Ordinance the required Minimum Roadway Width is26′ and the required Minimum Driveway Width – 2 cars is 20′. In addition, Applicant will seek any and all variances, waivers, exceptions, interpretations or other relief, either for existing or created conditions, required by the Board after its review of or during the pendency of the application. A public hearing will be held before the Board on December9, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, at the Borough Hall, located at 67 Union Avenue, Cresskill, NJ (“Borough Hall”), at which time you may appear either in person or by agent or attorney for the purpose of being heard with respect to this Application. All documents and plans relating to this Application will be available for inspection in the Office of the Borough Clerk within the Borough Hall during regular business hours (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.), Monday through Friday. Price, Meese, Shulman & D’Arminio, P.C. Attorneys for Applicant, PULTE HOMES OF NJ, Limited Partnership By: Louis L. D’Arminio” Nov. 29, 2014-Fee:$53.86(57) 3787689
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Montclair to Consider Center Redevelopment Area

Public Notice:

TOWNSHIP OF MONTCLAIR PLANNING BOARD NOTICE OF HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on November 24, 2014 at 7:30 pm at the Council Chambers, first floor of the Municipal Building, 205 Claremont Avenue, Montclair, New Jersey, the Township of Montclair Planning Board will hold a public hearing pursuant to Section 6 of the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-1 et seq. (“LRHL”). The purpose of the hearing is in furtherance of the Planning Board’s preliminary investigation to determine whether any, some or all of the properties specifically delineated below, should be included in and designated as an “area in need of redevelopment” in accordance with the criteria set forth in Section 5 of the LRHL. Any redevelopment area determination shall authorize the Township to exercise those powers provided by the Legislature to effectuate a redevelopment area, including the power of eminent domain. The area which is the subject of this investigation, called the “Montclair Center Redevelopment Study Area,” consists of the following eighteen lots located in the Montclair Center vicinity: Block Lot Address 3105 1 370-372 Bloomfield Avenue 3105 2 Seymour Street 3105 9 396 Bloomfield Avenue 3106 10.01 5 Seymour Street 3106 13 43 South Fullerton Avenue 3106 17 South Fullerton Avenue 3208 1 161-167 Glenridge Avenue 3206 13 4 Lackawanna Plaza 3206 14 160 Glenridge Avenue 3206 15 North Willow Street 3205 19.02 8 North Willow Street 3205 21 10 North Willow Street 3205 25 182 Glenridge Avenue 3205 26 Glenridge Avenue 3205 27 202 Glenridge Avenue 3213 2 1 Lackawanna Plaza 4202 4 Bloomfield Avenue 4202 4.01 233 Bloomfield Avenue A map delineating the Montclair Center Redevelopment Study Area has been prepared and may be inspected in the Office of the Township Clerk, first floor of the Municipal Building, 205 Claremont Avenue, Montclair, New Jersey. A report entitled “Preliminary Investigation for a Determination of an Are a in Need of Redevelopment Study for the Montclair Center Study Area, Montclair, New Jersey” prepared by Clark Caton Hintz, PC, is also available for inspection at the Office of the Township Clerk at the same address stated above. The normal business hours of the Township Clerk are from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm on weekdays, except holidays. ALL PERSONS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN OR WOULD BE AFFECTED BY A DETERMINATION THAT THE MONTCLAIR CENTER REDEVELOPMENT STUDY AERA IS IN A REDEVELOPMENT AREA MAY APPEAR AT THE HEARING AND BE HEARD. PERSONS MAY ALSO SUBMIT WRITTEN COMMENTS AND/OR OBJECTIONS. ALL PUBLIC SUBMISSIONS, WHETHER ORAL OR IN WRITING, SHALL BE RECEIVED AND CONSIDERED, AND BE MADE PART OF THE PUBLIC RECORD. Written objections or comments may be submitted to the Office of the Township Clerk at the above-stated address. Please note on the envelope and/or submission that it pertains to the Township Planning Board’s Montclair Center Redevelopment Study Area redevelopment investigation. John Thomas Wynn Chair Montclair Times Ad. Nos. 3777641, 3778859, 3778864, 3778867 Fee: $235.65 November 13, 2014
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Cinnaminson Committee Accepts Planning Board Recommendation Regarding Area in Need of Redevelopment

Public Notice:


WHEREAS , by Resolution 2014-89, adopted on or about June 16, 2014, the Township Committee of the Township of Cinnaminson authorized and directed the Cinnaminson Township Planning Board to conduct a preliminary redevelopment investigation to determine whether certain property within the municipality qualified under the statutory criteria as “An Area in Need of Redevelopment”, or alternatively, as “An Area in Need of Rehabilitation” within the meaning and intendment of the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law, N.J.S.A . 40A:12A-1 et seq., “the Study Area”; and

WHEREAS , the Property in question, and comprising the “Study Area”, was known and identified as Block 703, Lot 29, also known as 2701 Route 130, Cinnaminson, New Jersey, and familiarly known as the “Triboro Site”; and

WHEREAS , the Cinnaminson Township Planning Board, directed its Professional Planner, Barbara Fegley, AICP, PP, of the firm of Environmental Resolutions, Inc., to prepare a preliminary investigation for the site; and

WHEREAS , on or about July 30, 2014, the Planner issued a report entitled, “Preliminary Investigation for the Determination of an Area in need of Redevelopment, Block 703, Lot 39, Cinnaminson Township, New Jersey”, which Report was filed with the Planning Board Secretary; and

WHEREAS , the Cinnaminson Township Planning Board, pursuant to all notices required by law, conducted a public hearing on September 9, 2014, as a result of which hearing, the Planning Board made recommendations to the Township Committee regarding the Study Area, which recommendations were memorialized by Planning Board Resolution 2014-12, adopted by the Planning Board on October 14, 2014; and

WHEREAS , the Planning Board has recommended that the Study Area be deemed an Area in Need of Redevelopment in accordance with the statute, the findings and determinations supporting said recommendations of which were set forth at length in Planning Board Resolution 2014-12; and

WHEREAS , the Township Committee has reviewed said Resolution, and the Report incorporated therein, and has determined the accept the recommendation of the Planning Board regarding the Study Area; and

WHEREAS , the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law provides for supplementary procedures to establishment a Redevelopment Plan for the municipality, and the Township Committee has determined that it will embark upon the preparation of such a Redevelopment Plan.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Committee of the Township of Cinnaminson, County of Burlington, State of New Jersey, as follows:

(1) The foregoing Recitals are incorporated herein and adopted hereby as the factual predicate, along with those set forth below, for the adoption of this Resolution;

(2) In accordance with the provisions of N.J.S.A . 40A:12A-6(B)(5)(b), the Township Committee, as the governing body of this municipality, hereby accepts the factual findings set forth in the aforementioned “Preliminary Investigation” Report prepared by the Planning Board professionals and adopted by the Planning Board, as reflected in the Planning Board Resolution 2014-12;

(3) The Township Committee hereby accepts the recommendations of the Planning Board regarding the geographical boundaries which will define the proposed Redevelopment Area, and establishes that the proposed Redevelopment Area shall be comprised of that Property known as Block 703, Lot 29 on the tax maps of the Township of Cinnaminson and otherwise known as 2701 Route 130, Cinnaminson, New Jersey;

(4) The Township Committee hereby declares its desire to invite and encourage the participation and involvement of landowners, private investors, private developers and the general public in this process of advancing the interests of the municipality in redeveloping the area in question.

(5) Based upon the recommendations of the Planning Board, and the nature of the Report prepared, the Township Committee declares that the Area In Need of Redevelopment shall be deemed a “Non-Condemnation Area In Need of Redevelopment” in accordance with the statute.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this Resolution be forwarded to the Cinnaminson Township Planning Board, to the Burlington County Office of Land Use Planning, to the State of New Jersey-Department of Community Affairs; that a copy be posted on the municipal bulletin board and that a copy be published in the Burlington County Times within fourteen (14) days of the date of the adoption of this Resolution.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a true and correct copy of this Resolution so designating the Area in Need of Redevelopment be forwarded within ten (10) days to each owner of the redevelopment properties, to any person who has filed or written objection to the designation, by certified mail. CINNAMINSON TOWNSHIP

Certified to be a true copy of a resolution adopted by the Cinnaminson Township Committee on the 10th day of November, 2014. Pamela McCartney, RMC, CMR, Township Clerk

Adv. Fee: $124.20
BCT: Nov. 14, 2014
Aff. Chg: $20.00

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Fort Monmouth Looks for Adaptive Reuse of Charles Wood Fire Station. Offers Property for Sale.

Public Notice:


NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR OFFERS TO PURCHASE LAND Building 2560 – Charles Wood Fire Station The Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority (“FMERA” or the “Authority”), pursuant to P.L. 2010, c.10 (N.J.S.A. 52:27I-18 et seq.), is responsible for the efficient redevelopment and reuse of Fort Monmouth. In furtherance of its mission, FMERA is hereby seeking offers to purchase from individuals or entities to acquire property that will be sold by the Authority. This request for offers to purchase (RFOTP) is being issued under the Authority rules for the sale of real & personal property that have been adopted by FMERA (N.J.A.C. 19:31C-2) as well as the Economic Development Conveyance (EDC) Agreement between FMERA and the US Army. The successful Potential Purchaser as defined below shall be subject to the terms and provisions of the aforementioned rules and EDC. Redevelopment of the property will be subject to the land use regulations and design and development guidelines adopted by the Authority. The Authority is requesting offers to purchase (the “Offer”) from qualified individuals, or entities (the “Potential Purchaser”) interested in purchasing a 2.3 acre parcel of land and building currently located in the Charles Wood Area of Fort Monmouth, which borders Corregidor Road and Heliport Drive. The Authority is requesting proposals that are consistent with the Authority’s Adopted Land Use rules, or for retail or restaurant use.. The property is in the Tinton Falls Tech/Office Campus and permitted principal land uses include: Office; Research; Institutional; Civic; and Recreational uses. The purchase agreement between the Authority and the successful Potential Purchaser shall be subject to the terms and conditions of the June 25, 2012, Economic Development Conveyance Agreement between the US Army and FMERA. The Authority will convey title to the successful Potential Purchaser by way of a quit claim deed. FMERA reserves the right to negotiate business terms that better suit the interests of the Authority and the redevelopment plans for Fort Monmouth, price and other factors considered, by negotiating with potential purchasers(s) that submit offer(s). FMERA reserves the right to exclude from negotiations any and/or all offers received. Negotiations with a potential purchaser will not preclude the Authority from negotiating with other potential purchasers that submitted an offer for the same parcel unless the Authority has entered into an exclusive negotiating period with a potential purchaser for that particular parcel in accordance with N.J.A.C. 19:31C-2.16. Offers are due January 12, 2015 at 12:00 P.M. Deadline for submitting an offer is January 12, 2015 at 12:00 P.M. The RFOTP can be obtained from the FMERA website: www.fortmonmouthredevelopment or; by requesting an e-mail, disc, or hard copy from: Rick Harrison Director Facilities Planning 732.720.6343 P.O. Box 267 Oceanport, NJ 07757 11/14,15,17/2014 $469.80
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Jersey City’s Mixed Use Machine Keeps Humming Along

Public Notice:

LEGAL NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Coles Jersey Development Co., LLC (the “Applicant”) has submitted an application to the City of Jersey City Planning Board for Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision and Preliminary and Final Site Plan approval with respect to property located at Block 6003, Lots 2, 3 and 4; Block 6004, Lots 1 and 2; and Block 6005, Lot 13 and a portion of Lot 7 as shown on the Tax Map of the City of Jersey City. The project is generally bounded over a three (3) block area between Jersey Avenue, 16th Street, 17th Street, 18th Street, Coles Street and Monmouth Street. The application calls for the development of approximately 873 residential units and approximately 23,950 square feet of commercial space, along with parking, open space, and other infrastructure improvements. The proposed uses are permitted under the Jersey Avenue Park Redevelopment Plan. The application is as of right and does not seek any variance relief. In addition, the Applicant requests that the application be deemed amended to include any additional approvals, design waivers, deviations, variances or exceptions which are determined to be necessary in the review and processing of this application, whether requested by the Planning Board or otherwise. A public hearing on this application will be held on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 at 5:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 280 Grove Street, Jersey City, New Jersey where members of the public can be heard and ask questions concerning the contents of the application. Copies of the Applicant’s application and supporting plans and reports will be available for review in the office of the Department of Economic Development at 30 Montgomery Street, Suite 1400, Jersey City, NJ at least ten (10) days prior to the hearing date, during normal business hours. Patrick J. McNamara, Esq. Scarinci Hollenbeck 802 West Park Avenue, Suite 222 Ocean, New Jersey 07712-8526 11/08/14 $85.00
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Plainsboro Planning Board to Consider Assisted Living Housing

Public Notice:

PLAINSBORO TOWNSHIP NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT on Monday, November 17, 2014, at 7:30 P.M., in the Court Room of the Plainsboro Township Municipal Building located at 641 Plainsboro Road, Plainsboro Township, Middlesex County, New Jersey, the Planning Board of the Township of Plainsboro will hold a public hearing on the application of Hunter Gregory Realty Corporation for Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan with deviation and waiver approval for a 105 unit assisted living and memory care facility proposed to be developed on a 6.1 acre portion of the property currently identified as Block 1701, Lot 4.03 on the Plainsboro Township Tax Map. The 6.1 acre parcel, proposed to be identified as Block 1701, Lot 4.05, is being created under a separate subdivision application. The development site is located on the Princeton Healthcare System Plainsboro Campus just south of Hospital Drive near its intersection with Connector Road a/k/a Campus Road. The property is in the ORC (Office and Residential Complex) Redevelopment District of the Princeton HealthCare System Redevelopment Area. Specifically, the Applicant proposes 105 units in a varied two and three story structure. Fifty-five of the proposed units will be traditional assisted living units consisting of studio and one bedroom units. The remaining 50 units will be primarily studios for early stage dementia and for more advanced memory loss. The Applicant requests the following waivers/deviations from the design standards of the Redevelopment Plan: Section 4.1.5 which requires walkways to be at least 6 feet wide. The Applicant requests approval for some of the internal walks to be 5 feet wide. Section 4.2 to allow minor intrusions of the building and certain architectural elements into the required green corridors of Punia Boulevard and Hospital Drive. Section 5.1.5 which requires glazing of at least 25% of each fa├žade of the building at each individual building level. Section 5.2.1 which requires 105 parking spaces for this project. The Applicant proposes a total of 103 parking spaces, 32 of which will be land-banked for construction if needed in the future. In addition, the Applicant requests a waiver from standards of the Comprehensive Sign approval for the Redevelopment Area for the proposed monument signs. The approved sign detail for the Redevelopment Area consists of internally illuminated brushed metal boxes whereas the Applicant proposes signs using materials and colors drawn from the building exterior with ground mounted lighting. The Applicant requests any additional deviations, variances and/or waivers determined by the Planning Board to be required for the approval of this application. Materials submitted in support of this application are available for public inspection at the Department of Planning & Zoning located in the aforementioned municipal building during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, between 8:30 A.M. and 4:30 P.M. Interested persons will have the opportunity to offer comments and ask questions and at the hearing. HUNTER GREGORY REALTY CORPORATION Applicant By: Pepper Hamilton LLP Attorneys for Applicant Dated: November 4, 2014 ($51.92) 166210

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Irvington Township Puts Out RFQ for Sale & Redevelopment of Properties

Public Notice:

NOTICE FAIR AND OPEN PROCUREMENT PROCESS The Township of Irvington is soliciting through the Fair and Open Process in accordance with the New Jersey “Local Unit Pay to Play” Law N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.4 et seq., Requests for Qualifications (RFQ) for services: A. Sale and Redevelopment of Township Owned Properties/Land Detailed Requests for Qualifications may be obtained from the Finance and Revenue Department, Division of Purchasing, one Civic Square, Irvington, NJ 07111, between the hours of 9:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. There will be a non-refundable cost of $50.00 per RFP packet to cover the cost of printing and administrative expenses. Checks are to be made payable to the TOWNSHIP OF IRVINGTON. Qualifications must be received by the Township Clerk in the Municipal Building, Room 116, One Civic Square, Irvington, New Jersey 07111 no later than November 26, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at which time Qualifications will be publicly opened and read aloud in the Council Chambers. Qualifications must be enclosed in a sealed envelope bearing the Name of the Proposer and the title – Sale and Redevelopment of Township properties/land on the outside and addressed to the TOWNSHIP CLERK, TOWNSHIP OF IRVINGTON, One Civic Square, Irvington, NJ 07111. Original and 4 copies are required. All Service Contractors are required to comply with the requirements of N.J.S.A. 10:5-3 et seq. Affirmative Action, P.L. 1975 c. 127 N.J.A.C. 17:27 et seq. (Contract Compliance and Equal Employment Opportunities in Public Contracts), and N.J.S.A. 52:25-24.2 (Disclosure of Ownership). The Township reserves the right to waive any and all formalities or altogether reject any RFQ as is in the best interest of the Township. Awards made under the Fair and Open Process shall be made to those contractors whose qualifications are most advantageous to the Township of Irvington. Unless otherwise provided in any supplement to these instructions, no contractor shall modify, withdraw or cancel the qualifications or any part thereof for sixty (60) days after the time designated for the receipt of qualifications in the advertisement or Request for Qualifications. Althea Headley, QPA, RPPO, MPA, BA Qualified Purchasing Agent 11/11/2014 $120.64
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Teaneck Zoning Board of Adjustment Relooks at 1480 Realty Application, LP for 128 Residential Units

Public Notice:

PUBLIC NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Zoning Board of Adjustment (“Board”) for the Township of Teaneck will hold a public hearing on November 6, 2014, at 7:00 pm, in the Council Chambers of the Township of Teaneck Municipal Building located at 818 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, New Jersey 07666, for the purpose of reviewing and taking action upon the application of 1480 Realty, LP (“Applicant”) for an amendment to the previously approved application for preliminary and final major site plan approval, use variances, bulk variances and design waiver/exceptions (the “Amended Application”) for the property located at 1475 Palisade Avenue, Teaneck, New Jersey, 07666 and designated on the Township of Teaneck Tax Map as Block 5001, Lot 3.01 (the “Property”). The Property is located in the L-I (Light Industrial) Zoning District (“LI Zone”). The Board previously granted preliminary and final major site plan, use variance, bulk variance and design waiver/exception approval (the “Approval”) for the Property as memorialized by a resolution dated December 5, 2013 (the “Resolution”) for the construction of a residential apartment building consisting of seven (7) stories of residential units (128 total residential units), a multi-level parking structure, and additional site improvements, including but not limited to, landscaping, drainage, lighting, parking and signage. A use variance pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-70d(1) was granted as the residential building with associated multi-level parking structure are not permitted principal use(s) in the LI Zone. The Approval also granted a use variance for height pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-70d(6) as the proposed principal structure exceeded the height requirements in the LI Zone. In addition, the Approval also granted bulk “c” variances and design waivers/exceptions, including: (1) front yard setback less than required (for Palisade Avenue and Queen Anne Road); (2) front yard setback of building in relation to the proposed building height less than required (for Palisade Avenue and Queen Anne Road); (3) side yard width/setback less than required; (4) combined side yard width/setback less than required; (5) building coverage greater than permitted; (6) lot coverage greater than permitted; (7) minimum number of parking spaces less than required per the Township of Teaneck Ordinance (please note that the Approval does comply with the applicable State of New Jersey Residential Site Improvement Standards as to number of parking spaces required); (8) proposing parking in the front and side yards where not permitted; (9) providing a ground (freestanding) sign where not permitted; (10) providing a ground (freestanding) sign that is double sided and visible from a public street where same is not permitted; (11) maximum height of ground (freestanding) sign greater than permitted; & (12) maximum area of ground (freestanding) sign greater than permitted. In the Amended Application, Applicant has submitted for the Board’s review and approval, revised plans and other application materials (collectively, the “Revised Plans”) that incorporate the conditions set forth in the Approval and Resolution. The Amended Application also includes, among other minor site plan modifications, minor change(s) to the principal building’s footprint. The Amended Application continues to propose a 7-story residential structure with 128 residential units, a multi-level parking structure, as well as other related site improvements, including, but not limited to, landscaping, drainage, lighting, parking and signage as required by the Approval and Resolution. Applicant seeks approval for any and all other modifications/revisions to the Approval, including an amendment to the previously granted preliminary and final major site plan, use variances, bulk variances and design waiver/exceptions (as deemed necessary), as noted on the Revised Plans submitted with the Amended Application. Applicants also seek any additional variances, deviations, design exceptions/waivers, submission waivers, interpretations, modifications of prior imposed conditions, and other approvals reflected on the filed plans (as same may be further amended from time to time without further notice) and as may be determined to be necessary during the review and processing of the Amended Application. When the case is called, interested parties may appear at the hearing or any adjournment thereof either in person or by attorney, ask questions, and present evidence and offer statements or documentation that may be relevant to the Amended Application. The hearing may be continued without further notice on such additional or other dates/times as the Board may determine. The Amended Application documents, maps, plans and related supporting materials (the Revised Plans) and the Resolution are available for public inspection at the office of the Board located at the Township of Teaneck Municipal Building, 818 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, New Jersey 07666, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:15 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. 1480 Realty, LP By: Jason R. Tuvel, Esq. Gibbons P.C. One Gateway Center Newark, New Jersey 07102 (973) 596-4500 Oct 25, 2014-fee:$121.90 (129) 3770703
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East Hanover to Decide Fate of Subdivision

Public Notice:

TOWNSHIP OF EAST HANOVER LAND USE & PLANNING BOARD PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on the 6th day of November 2014, at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, a hearing will be held before the Township of East Hanover Land Use & Planning Board at the Town Hall Main Meeting Room, located at 411 Ridgedale Avenue, East Hanover, New Jersey on the application of the undersigned, E.H.C.S., LLC, for a Major Subdivision with preliminary and final plan approval and the following bulk variance relief from (1) Ordinance Section 95-49.B(1) (1) variance from minimum lot size for proposed Lot 4 at 8,060 sq.ft.; proposed Lot 5 at 7,4440 sq.ft.; and proposed Lot 6.01 at 7,440 sq.ft.; (2) Ordinance Section 95-49.B(1) variance from minimum lot frontage for proposed Lot 4 at 65 ft.; proposed Lot 5 at 60 ft.; proposed Lot 6.01 at 60ft.; and proposed Lot 6.02 at 60 ft.; and (3) Ordinance Section 95-49.B(1) variance for front yard setback for proposed Lot 4 of 25ft., as permitted in the R-11 Zone under the Township Zoning Ordinances, so as to construct four (4) single family dwellings on the premises located at 12-14 West Ridgedale Avenue and designated as Lots 4, 5 & 6, Block 64, on the Township Tax Map, along with any and all other variance and/or waiver relief that may be required or deemed necessary by the Board. The following described maps and papers are on file in the office of the Land Use & Planning Department (973-428-3021) at 411 Ridgedale Avenue, East Hanover, N.J., and are available for inspection by the public: (X) Application and other supporting documents and information requested via Township professionals; (X) Environmental Impact reports prepared by Frederick C. Meola, P.E. dated September 26, 2014; (X) Existing Conditions Survey prepared by Frederick C. Meola, P.E. dated February 4, 2008; and (X) Preliminary and Final Site Plans prepared by Frederick C. Meola, P.E. dated September 26, 2014. Any interested party may appear at said hearing and participate therein in accordance with the rules of the Board. Continuation of said hearing, if necessary, will be scheduled at that time. If not continued, a vote my be taken at said meeting. Publication Date: E.H.C.S., LLC- Applicant Applicant’s Attorney: Rosemary Stone-Dougherty, Esq. Law Offices of Rosemary Stone-Dougherty, Esq., LLC 54 Main Street, Chatham, NJ 07928973-635-0300 phone ($43.12) 149910
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Franklin Township to Hear 63 Lot Subdivision

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TOWNSHIP OF FRANKLIN PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a public hearing will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 5, 2014 at a regular meeting of the Planning Board of the Township of Franklin, Municipal Building, 475 DeMott Lane, Somerset, New Jersey. The subject of the hearing will be Canal Walk Associates, LLC, Docket No. PLN-14-00013 application for Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision to permit the creation of sixty-four new lots. Sixty-three of the new lots will be buildable lots. We are also applying for an amended General Development Plan. Applicant seeks any other waivers or variances that the Planning Board may find necessary at that time, although none are contemplated at the present time. This plan is for the site known as Block 513.47, Lot 3 and Block 513.44, Lot 2 located at School House Road, Township of Franklin, NJ which is located in the SCV Zoning District. A copy of the plan and all supporting documents are on file in the office of the Planning for public inspection between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Monday – Friday. c/o Peter U. Lanfrit, Esq. The Law Office of Peter U. Lanfrit, LLC 3000 Hadley Road, Suite 1C South Plainfield, NJ 07080 ATTORNEY FOR APPLICANT Kindly provide me with an Affidavit of Publication as soon as possible. Thank you for your cooperation herein. Very truly yours, Peter U. Lanfrit PUL:ees ($26.84) 148515
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