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Its Final for Fanale in Oakland? Mount Laurel Hearing to Take Place.

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BOROUGH OF OAKLAND PUBLIC NOTICE OF FAIRNESS HEARING TO APPROVE SETTLEMENT OF MOUNT LAUREL LITIGATION PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a “Fairness Hearing” will be held on February 25, 2020 before the Honorable Christine A. Farrington, J.S.C., Superior Court of New Jersey at 10:30 a.m. at the Bergen County Justice Center (Courthouse), located at 10 Main Street, Courtroom 401, Hackensack, NJ 07601, to consider a proposed Settlement Agreement between the Borough of Oakland and James Fanale and Joachim M. Fanale, as co-executors of the Estate of Salvatore J. Fanale (“Fanale”) in the Mount Laurel action entitled In the Matter of the Application of the Borough of Oakland, a Municipal Corporation of the State of New Jersey, Docket No. BER-L-6359-15. Through this judicial proceeding, the Court will evaluate whether the proposed Settlement Agreement between the Borough of Oakland and Fanale is fair and reasonable to the region’s low and moderate income households, according to the principles set forth in Morris County Fair Housing Council v. Boonton Borough, 197 N.J. Super. 359 (Law Div. 1984), aff’d o.b., 209 N.J. Super. 108 (App. Div. 1986) and East/West Venture v. Borough of Fort Lee, 286 N.J. Super. 311(App Div. 1996). This notice contains a summary of settlement terms only. Interested parties should contact the Oakland Borough Clerk for a complete copy of the Agreement. Fanale is an intervenor in the Borough of Oakland’s declaratory judgment action filed with the Bergen County Superior Court in 2015, as referenced hereinabove. Fanale filed a Motion to Intervene in the above referenced litigation on or about July 28, 2015, and such intervention was granted by the Court on August 26, 2015. This notice summarizes the terms of the Settlement Agreement between the Borough of Oakland and Fanale. The terms of the Settlement Agreement include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. The Borough, through the implementation of the Settlement Agreement, partially satisfies its obligations under the Mount Laurel Doctrine and Fair Housing Act of 1985, N.J.S.A. 52:27D-301, et seq. for the prior Round (1987-1999) and Third Round (1999-2025). 2. The Borough and Fanale have agreed, by entry into a Settlement Agreement dated July 10, 2019, to settle. Fanale is the owner of real property known and designated as Block 4202, Lots 1, 2 and 3 (the “Property”) according to the Borough of Oakland’s current tax assessment map, and said property is commonly known as 123 McCoy Road, Oakland, New Jersey. 3. The Fanale Property consists of approximately 39.9 acres. 4. The Borough of Oakland intends to prepare a Housing Element and Fair Share Plan (hereinafter “Affordable Housing Plan”) that will be adopted by the Planning Board of the Borough of Oakland and endorsed by the Borough Council, and submitted to the Court for review and approval. 5. The Settlement Agreement entered into between Fanale and the Borough provides that the Affordable Housing Plan will include the subject property as an Inclusionary Development, with a maximum of 200 residential units. 6. Fanale intends to develop the property as an Inclusionary Development consisting of, as stated herein, a maximum of 200 residential units, of which 20% of said residential units (up to 40 units) shall be deed restricted. The remaining units shall be market-rate units, which shall be in the form of townhouse-style units. The affordable housing component is contemplated to be within two buildings, in the portion of the property depicted on Exhibit A attached to the Settlement Agreement. The affordable units may be in a greater number of buildings, up to four in total, should they be for-sale units rather than rental units, as conceptually depicted in Exhibit C attached to the Settlement Agreement. The bulk and use requirements to enable the construction of the Inclusionary Development is as set forth in Exhibit A to the Settlement Agreement. It is anticipated that the affordable housing units shall be for rent. Should Fanale fail, for any reason, to provide rental housing, then the affordable housing may be offered for sale, subject to the terms of the Settlement Agreement to be entered into between the Borough and Fair Share Housing Center (“FSHC”). 7. Fanale shall provide a clubhouse and pool as recreation amenities for the use of its residents (of the market-rate units and the affordable units, as set forth in the Settlement Agreement). There shall be a minimum of 2,000 SF of clubhouse and a 1,000 SF pool. The Settlement Agreement is subject to Court approval following a duly noticed “fairness hearing”. The purpose of this notice is to inform the public that a fairness hearing has been scheduled on the date set forth herein before the Honorable Christine A. Farrington, J.S.C. 8. Fanale has an obligation to deed restrict 20% of the residential units in the Inclusionary Development (up to 40 units) as very low, low, or moderate income affordable units. Of the affordable units, 13% shall be affordable to very low income households and 37% shall be affordable to low income households, while 50% of the units shall be affordable to moderate income households. All units must comply with applicable regulations, including UHAC. The obligations of the Borough are as set forth in the Agreement, including those obligations identified in Article IV of said Settlement Agreement. 9. Any interested party, including any low or moderate-income person residing in the housing region (Bergen, Hudson, Passaic and Sussex Counties), any organization representing the interests of low and moderate-income persons, any owners of property in the Borough, or any organization representing the interests of property owners in the Borough, may file comments on, or objections to, the Settlement Agreement. Such comments or objections, together with copies of any supporting affidavits or other documents, must be filed, in writing, on or before February 15, 2020. Written responses by any of the parties to the comments shall be filed on or about February 15, 2020. Such comments, objections and responses, together with copies of any supporting affidavits or other documents, must be filed in writing with the Honorable Christine A. Farrington, J.S.C., at the Bergen County Courthouse, located at 10 Main Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601, with copies of all papers being forwarded by mail or e-mail to Elizabeth McManus, PP (court-appointed Master), of Kyle McManus Associates, LLC, P.O. Box 236, Hopewell, NJ 08525, bmcmanus@kylemcmanus.com; Brian M. Chewcaskie, Esq., of Cleary Giacobbe Alfieri Jacobs, LLC, 169 Ramapo Valley Road, Oakland, NJ 07436, bchewcaskie@cgajlaw.com; Adam Gordon of FSHC, 510 Park Boulevard, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002, adamgordon@fairsharehousing.org, and Gregory Meese, Esq., of Price Meese Shulman & D’Arminio, PC, 50 Tice Boulevard, Woodcliff Lake, NJ 07677, gmeese@pricemeese.com. Any person wishing to be heard, whether or not an objection has been filed, shall advise the Court and all counsel of record, in writing, on or before February 15, 2020. Failure to provide such written notice will preclude presentation of any evidence, oral presentation or argument. This notice is intended to inform all interested parties of the existence of the proposed Settlement and possible consequences of Court approval of the Settlement Agreement and HEFSP. It does not indicate any view by the Court as to the merits of the lawsuit, the fairness, reasonableness or adequacy of the proposed settlement, or whether the Court will approve the settlement or enter any order or judgment in connection therewith. The Record: January 24, 2020 Fee: $141.90 AD#4014662

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Exciting Downtown Redevelopment Opportunity 5th & Penn Reading PA

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Exciting Downtown Redevelopment Opportunity In Reading PA On Penn & 5th.

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Sprung is in the Valley

Letting you know that I have moved my business and residence to the Lehigh Valley (Easton, PA).  I am working as a broker and consultant.  If I may be of assistance to you, either here in the Lehigh Valley or in NJ, please don’t hesitate to call me.  My cell is 610 417 2198.

Thank you.

Matt Sprung, AICP, PP

Cell: 610 417 2198

mattsprung.realestate@gmail.com

 

Stafford Planning Board to hear Application for 74 Residential Lots

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STAFFORD TOWNSHIP PLANNING BOARD OCEAN COUNTY, NEW JERSEY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on February 1, 2017 at 7:00 p.m., the Stafford Township (“Township”) Planning Board (“Board”) will hold a public hearing at the Stafford Township Municipal Building located at 260 East Bay Avenue, Manahawkin, Ocean County, New Jersey 08050, or at such other time an place as the Board may adjourn to thereafter, to consider an application by the TOWNSHIP OF STAFFORD, by its agent STAFFORD PROPERTIES URBAN RENEWAL, LLC, c/o WALTERS GROUP (“Applicant”), seeking amended general development plan (“GDP”) approval (“Application”) for property located in the Stafford Park Development, designated as Block 13, Lots 55, 60, 62 & 63, and Block 25, Lots 28, 29, 30, 32.01, 32.03, 32.04, 32.05, 32.06, 33.02, 34.03, 34.04, 35.01, 36-40 and 62.01 on the Township Tax Map (the “Property”). The Property is located within the existing Stafford Business Park to the west of the Garden State Parkway and to the south of New Jersey State Highway Route 72, within the Business Park Redevelopment Area (the “BP Zone”) and contains an area of approximately 355 acres. By way of background, on October 4, 2006, the Board memorialized Resolution 2006-41 which granted GDP approval for the Property. On June 6, 2007, the Board memorialized Resolution 2007-36 granting the first amended GDP approval. On July 16, 2008, the Board memorialized Resolution 2008-42 granting the second amended GDP approval. On December 15, 2010, the Board memorialized Resolution 2010-26 granting the third amended GDP approval. Most recently, on March 2, 2016, the Board memorialized Resolution 2016-14 granting the fourth amended GDP approval. Applicant seeks a fifth amended GDP approval to permit the following changes to the previously approved GDP: extension of Campbell Boulevard and termination in a roundabout; minor adjustments to the proposed lot layout of the residential phase, and permitting the subdivision of a portion of existing Lot 34.04 within Block 25, to create a total of 74 residential buildable lots and one open space lot for dedication to the Township, within two sections of development, proposed Section 1A consisting of 38 residential buildable lots and one open space lot, and Section 1B consisting of 36 residential buildable lots. An application seeking preliminary and final major subdivision approval for Section 1A and Section 1B was separately filed. Applicant does not request any variance relief for the Application, but will seek any variances, waivers, permits, exceptions, and/or such other relief from the Township’s Land Use Ordinance (“Ordinance”) and the Stafford Business Park Redevelopment Plan (“Redevelopment Plan”) in accordance with the Ordinance, Redevelopment Plan, and the Municipal Land Use Law, N.J.S.A. 40:55D-1 et seq., as the Board may deem necessary for approval of this Application without further notice. A copy of the Application and supporting documentation is on file in the office of the Board Secretary in the Municipal Building located at 260 East Bay Avenue, Manahawkin, Ocean County, New Jersey 08050 and is available for public inspection during regular business days and hours. This Notice is given pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-1 et seq. Any interested person may appear in person, through his attorney, or through his designated agent at the Public Hearing at the time and place herein stated and be heard on this Application. TOWNSHIP OF STAFFORD, by its agent STAFFORD PROPERTIES RESIDENTIAL URBAN RENEWAL, LLC, c/o WALTERS GROUP By: John A. Giunco, Esq. Giordano Halleran & Ciesla, P.C. 125 Half Mile Road, Suite 300 Red Bank, N.J. 07701 Attorneys for Applicant Dated: January 13, 2017 ($77.00)

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Old Folks Boogie in Monroe On 622 Lots

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TOWNSHIP OF MONROE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Thursday, the 26th day of January, 2017, at the Monroe Township Municipal Complex, 1 Municipal Plaza, Courtroom, Monroe Township, New Jersey 08831, the Monroe Township Planning Board will hold a hearing on the Application of the undersigned, at which time and place interested persons will be given an opportunity to be heard. Said meeting will commence at 7:00 p.m. The Premises (approximately ±170.40 acres prior to dedications) which is the subject of this Application is located in a PRC-2 Planned Retirement Community-District 2 Zone with frontage on Rhode Hall Road, Docks Corner Road and Cranbury South River Road and is designated on the Township Tax Map as Block 81, Lots 3, 5.03, 7.01, 7.03, 7.04, 8 and a portion of Lot 4. The Applicant is the contract purchaser of the Premises and the owners have consented to the filing of this development application. On March 26, 2015 the Board approved a General Development Plan to construct on the Premises an age restricted community (now to be known as “Venue at Monroe”) consisting of 593 detached and attached single family dwelling units on 593 building lots, a recreation area containing, inter alia, a clubhouse with a pool enclosure, landscaped areas and pedestrian walking paths, stormwater management basins, entrances on Rhode Hall Road and Docks Corner Road, extensive open space and granted extended vesting of 12 years. On November 29, 2016 the Board of Adjustment of Monroe Township approved a subdivision of Block 81, Lot 4, permitting a portion of Lot 4 to be made part of the Premises. The Applicant is now seeking (1) Preliminary Major Subdivision Approval to divide the Premises into 622 lots, including 587 building lots on which age-restricted single family detached dwelling units (457) and attached single family dwelling units (130 Duplex’) will be located and 35 open space lots some of which will contain improvements such as a Gatehouse and Model Area, (2) Final Subdivision Approval of the Venue at Monroe consisting of 158 building lots (114 detached and 44 attached dwelling units) and open space lots containing the Recreational Area amenities, Gatehouse, Model Area, stormwater detention basins, roadways and green acres, (3) Preliminary and Final Site Plan Approval to construct on the Premises a Gatehouse and a Recreational Area containing a 19,017 square foot Clubhouse, swimming pool, tennis, bocce, and pickleball courts, a dog park, an Amphitheater and a Community Garden, (4) Preliminary and Final Site Plan Approval to construct on the Premises a Sales Office and Model Area, (5) extended vesting of 12 years with regard to such Subdivision and Site Plan Approvals, and (6) in conjunction therewith, any and all variances and/or design/exceptions/waivers or submission waivers from applicable zoning, site plan, subdivision and Residential Site Improvement Standards (RSIS) standards as are required and/or necessary to permit the development of the Venue at Monroe community as described above, including, but not limited to the submission waivers, variances and design waivers described on Exhibit A attached hereto and made a part hereof. The layout and other information concerning the proposed Venue at Monroe age restricted community as described above is shown on the Subdivision and Site Plans and related Plans and Reports prepared by Amertech Engineering, Inc. and/or other professionals retained by the Applicant. Copies of the Development Application, Subdivision and Site Plans and related Plans and Reports are available for inspection in the Municipal Complex at the office of the Planning Board Secretary, weekdays (except Holidays) between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. by all interested parties prior to said meeting. U.S. HOME CORPORATION D/B/A LENNAR HOMES By: _____________________________ Frank J. Petrino, Esq. Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC Attorneys for Applicant Application No. PB-1184-16 VENUE AT MONROE/U.S. HOME CORPORATION D/B/A LENNAR HOMES Application No. PB #1184-16 EXHIBIT A Request for Checklist Submission Waivers Waivers are being requested from several checklist items for this project as follows: II. Preliminary Major Subdivision Application a)1. A waiver is requested from providing a Key Map with a 1,000 foot radius. III. Final Major Subdivision Application a)10.b) A waiver is requested from providing certification by applicant regarding conditions of approval a)10.c) A waiver is requested from providing certification by applicant regarding posting of performance bond and inspection fees. f) A waiver is requested from providing a Tree Removal and Replacement Plan IV. Site Plan Application a)5. A waiver is requested from providing topographical information and survey of existing utilities within 200 feet of the site. a)6. A waiver is requested from providing the location of natural and manmade facilities within 200 feet of the site. a)7. A waiver is requested from providing existing structures within 200 feet of the site VII. Planned Retirement Community Application c)B. A waiver is requested from providing Certification that overall approved plat was filed in the County Clerk’s office. Ordinance # Requested Variance/Waiver (with Explanation) 108-10.1H.(2) Number of Signs This variance is requested to permit construction of 9 signs where 3 signs are permitted. Sign Area This variance is requested to permit sign areas which exceed the permitted area of 25 square feet for main entry signs and 15 square feet for secondary entry signs. Sign Height This variance is requested to permit sign heights which exceed the permitted sign height requirement of 8 feet. This variance will allow for signs to visible within the context of surrounding berms and landscaping required along the frontages. The signs are within the scale and context of this large, major development. Sign heights proposed are 9.5′ (Main Entry & Secondary Entry Signs), 11′-6″ (Perimeter Signs #1, #2 & #3 at additional site frontages), and 21′-0″ (Entry Structure & Boulevard Feature) 108-10.1A.(3) Sign Setback This variance is requested to permit sign setbacks closer to the right of way than the 20′ minimum required by ordinance. 108-6.23D.(1)(b)[4] Variance requested for not providing a Shuffleboard Court 108-8.2A.(2) Variance requested for maximum height of fence/10 feet proposed This variance is requested to provide a 10 foot height fence around the tennis court area. 108-12.21A. Waiver requested to provide sidewalk on only one side of the street where sidewalks are required on both sides or as allowed by the reviewing agency. 108-12.21A. Waiver is also requested to not construct sidewalks on a portion of Docks Corner Road. 108-12.8A. Waiver is requested to not construct curbing along a portion of Docks Corner Road 108-12.30C. Waiver is requested from providing street trees at 50 feet on center. ($125.84)

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HOVSONS, INC. Seeks preliminary & final major site plan approval for 272 multi-family units in Neptune Township

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TOWNSHIP OF NEPTUNE NOTICE OF HEARING Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-12 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF HOVSONS, INC. FOR PREMISES KNOWN AS BLOCK 4001, LOTS 1, 2, 3 and 8 (Formerly known as 1500, LOTS 5, 20, 21 AND 22) ON THE OFFICIAL TAX MAP OF THE TOWNSHIP OF NEPTUNE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Zoning Board of Adjustment of the Township of Neptune will hold a special public hearing on Wednesday, January 4, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. at the Neptune Township Municipal Complex, Township Meeting Room, Second Floor, 25 Neptune Boulevard, Neptune, New Jersey, to consider the application of Hovsons, Inc., for property known as Lots 1, 2, 3 and 8 in Block 4001 (Formerly known as Lots 5, 20, 21 and 22, Block 1500) as shown on the Official Tax Map of the Township of Neptune which property fronts on the east side of Hovchild Boulevard in between NJ State Highway Route 33 and McNamara Way in Neptune, New Jersey. Portions of the subject property also have frontages on McNamara Way, Oakcrest Drive, and Jumping Brook Road. Applicant seeks preliminary and final major site plan approval with use and bulk variance relief outlined herein below, in order to develop the subject site as a multi-family, residential development providing 272 multi-family residential units located in buildings two (2), three (3) and four (4) stories high along with associated recreational facilities (community center and pool), parking, lighting, drainage and landscaping improvements. The proposed plan has been revised over what the Board has previously considered. The subject property is 39.997 acres which is proposed to be consolidated as one lot. Residential development, including multi-family, is not a permitted, accessory or conditional use within C-1 Zone District in which this property is located. Accordingly, Applicant seeks use variance relief pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-70.d.1 In addition to the use variance, Applicant may seek bulk variance relief pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-70.c as follows: 1. Location of parking spaces in a front yard setback whereas such spaces are prohibited. 2. 3-story and 4-story multi-family residential buildings, whereas a maximum of 2 stories is permitted. 3. Building height of 42 feet for the 4-story buildings, whereas a maximum of 40 feet is permitted. Only 2 of the buildings are proposed to be 4-stories and they are the buildings closest to Hovchild Boulevard and furthest away from the single-family homes on Oakcrest Drive. 4. Lack of required fire escapes from 3rd and 4th floor apartments. 5. 4 free-standing signs, whereas a maximum of one free-standing sign per lot frontage is permitted. 6. 6-foot high, black coated vinyl chain link fence located in a front yard (Oakcrest Drive), whereas such fences are not permitted in a front yard. 7. Lot Width of 348 feet on McNamara Way, whereas a minimum lot width of 500 feet is required. 8. Lot frontage of 110 feet on McNamara Way, whereas a minimum frontage of 500 feet is required. Applicant may seek waivers from the site plan requirements pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-51 as follows: 1. Buildings with a total facade measurement of 180 feet, where as the maximum permitted is 150 feet with offsets along walls measuring greater than 50 feet. 2. Having more than 40% of the dwelling units being located in the same type of building. 3. Driveway width of 24 feet, whereas the maximum permitted is 22 feet. 4. Lack of landscaped island strips of a minimum of 4 feet in width at the end of each row of parking. 5. More than 8 parking spaces in a continuous row without an intervening landscape island strip of a minimum of 7 feet in width. 6. Lack of required landscaped buffers. 7. Lack of required foundation plantings. 8. Lack of a private rear yard consisting of a minimum area of 200 square feet for dwelling units located on a ground floor level. 9. Lack of defining 3-foot high fence/hedge for front and side yards of a building fronting a street, driveway or parking lot. 10. Building orientation towards parking areas, whereas dwelling units and buildings shall be oriented towards the public street and interior open spaces and away from parking areas and garages. 11. Stormwater management design variation from groundwater recharge and quantity reduction standards. Applicant also expressly makes application for any additional exceptions, waivers, variances, interpretations and other approvals as 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 by the Board during the review and processing of the application, specifically including any relief deemed necessary concerning signage. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that you are privileged to be present at said public hearing to present any and all comments you may have to the granting of said approvals. The hearing may be continued without further notice on such additional or other dates as the Board may determine. The application and supporting documents are on file with the Zoning Board of Adjustment, 25 Neptune Boulevard, Neptune, New Jersey and are available for inspection during normal business hours. For more information you may call the Board Secretary at 732-988-5200 ext. 278. Archer and Greiner, P.C. Attorneys for Applicant GULIET HIRSCH, ESQ. December 16, 2016 ($162.00)

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Old Bergen Machine & Tool Site In Hackettstown To Become a Mixed-Use Community?

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TOWN OF HACKETTSTOWN NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Applicant, Jade Hackettstown Associates, LLC, applied to the Planning Board of the Town of Hackettstown for preliminary and final major subdivision approvals for Block 21, Lot 18 and preliminary and final major site plan approvals and bulk variance relief to construct a townhouse development on remainder Lot 18 consisting of 6.6 acres and a mixed use development on proposed Lot 18.02 consisting of 2.9 acres. The Applicant seeks the approvals to, among other things, construct 108 multi-family residential dwelling units consisting of 66 townhomes and 42 apartments; 15,900 square feet of commercial space with related parking; construction of a new municipal roadway to connect Bergen and Stiger Streets; and the construction of a stormwater management system and recreational trail. The Applicant will further seek bulk variance relief from the Town’s Planned Mixed Use Downtown Development ordinances related to the minimum building setback from parking lots, minimum rear-to-rear building separation, minimum building setback from rear property line and maximum building projections within setback. The Applicant will also apply for such variances and waivers as may be required upon the analysis and testimony offered regarding the plans at the public hearing. The public hearing on the application was heard on June 28 and July 26, 2016 and will be continued on Tuesday, November 22, 2016, at 7:30 p.m. at the Municipal Building located at 215 Stiger Street, Hackettstown, New Jersey, at which time you may appear in person, by agent or attorney and present any comments which you may have related to the application. Copies of the application and plans are on file with the Clerk of the Planning Board and may be reviewed at the Municipal Building located at 215 Stiger Street, Hackettstown, New Jersey during regular business hours. LAVERY, SELVAGGI, ABROMITIS & COHEN, P.C. Attorneys for Jade Hackettstown Associates, LLC October 26, 2016 ($37.84)

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Hanson’s Hackensack Redevelopment is Approved

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CITY OF HACKENSACK ORDINANCE NO. 43-2016 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ordinance No. 43-2016 of the City of Hackensack, County of Bergen and State of New Jersey, entitled: FINAL ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 43-2016, AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING NAI HANSON (WARD STREET) REDEVELOPMENT PLAN CONSISTING OF BLOCK 408, LOTS 8, 9.01, 9.02, AND 11 has passed its second and final reading and was adopted by the City Council of the City of Hackensack on December 20, 2016. Copies of the ordinance can be obtained at the office of the City Clerk during regular business hours by any member of the general public at no cost. Deborah Karlsson, RMC City Clerk December 23, 2016 Fee: $21.45 (26) 4118439

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Will Bound Brook be bound to the Revo Redevelopment Application for 105 Residential Units?

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NOTICE OF HEARING BOROUGH OF BOUND BROOK PLANNING BOARD TAKE NOTICE, that on Thursday, January 12, 2017 at 7:30 p.m., a public hearing will be held before the Borough of Bound Brook Planning Board at the Bound Brook Municipal Building located at 230 Hamilton Street, Bound Brook, New Jersey 08805 to consider the application of REVO Bound Brook, LLC for Preliminary & Final Site Plan Approval and such variances, deviations, waivers or relief that may be required upon an analysis of the plans and testimony at the PUBLIC HEARING for properties located at 504-507 East Main Street, designated as Block 13.03, Lots 1 and 12.01 and Block 13, Lot 10.01 on the Tax Map of the Borough of Bound Brook, New Jersey and situated in Zone B/R (Business/Residential District) and Redevelopment Zone Sub-Area 1.4. The Applicant is proposing to demolish all existing buildings and construct a new, six-story, mixed use building containing one hundred and five (105) apartment units and 5,740 sq. ft. of retail space along with associated parking areas and signage. Currently, Block 13.03, Lot 12.01 and Block 13, Lot 10.01 are owned by the Borough of Bound Brook while Block 13.03, Lot 1 is owned by 507 East Main, LLC. The properties are part of a Redevelopment Plan encompassing the existing Bound Brook Hotel in addition to additional parcels in the vicinity. The application and supporting documents are on file with the Secretary of the Borough of Bound Brook Planning Board and may be inspected at the Borough of Bound Brook Municipal Building, Planning Department, located at 230 Hamilton Street, Bound Brook, New Jersey 08805 during regular business hours Monday through Friday, 9:00 a .m. to 4:00 p.m. Any interested party may appear at said hearing and participate therein in accordance with the regulations of the Municipal Land Use Law and rules of the Board. Hehl & Hehl, PC Attorneys for the Applicant 12/23/2016 $93.00

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