Ocean County NJ

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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Lakewood Planning Board to Hear Shopping Center Redevelopment Application for just Under 200,000 sf

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TOWNSHIP OF LAKEWOOD PLANNING BOARD OCEAN COUNTY, NEW JERSEY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Planning Board (the “Board”) of the Township of Lakewood (the “Township”) will, on January 3, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at the Lakewood Township Municipal Building, 231 3rd Street, Lakewood Township, Ocean County, New Jersey, 08701, or at such other time and place as the Board may adjourn thereafter, hold a public hearing (the “Hearing”) to consider an application for preliminary and final major site plan approval, minor subdivision approval, “bulk” or “c” variance relief, design waiver relief, and such other relief and approval as may be determined by the Board or its consultants to be necessary (the “Application”) made by Lakewood Shopping Village, LLC (the “Applicant”) and Cedarbridge Development, LLC (“Cedarbridge”) to permit the development of an approximately 196,820 sq. ft. shopping center consisting of thirteen (13) retail buildings along with associated site improvements including internal driveways, means of ingress and egress, parking, curbing, landscaping, lighting, signage, stormwater management facilities, and the like (the “Project”) at that certain real property within the Township located at the corner of Pine Street and the Avenue of the States and formally identified on the Township’s tax map as Lot 1 in Block 961.02 (the “Lot 1″). Lot 1 consists of approximately 86.84 acres and is located in the Township’s DA-1 Cedarbridge Gioropment Area Zoning District (the “Redevelopment Area”). Lot 1 has been determined by the Township to be an “area in need of redevelopment” and the Township has adopted a redevelopment plan that governs development on Lot 1 (the Cedarbridge Redevelopment Plan, adopted pursuant to Ordinance 1990-143, January 25, 1990, as subsequently amended) (the “Redevelopment Plan”), all in accordance with the New Jersey Local Redevelopment and Housing Law, N.J.S.A. § 40A:12A-1, et. seq. (“LRHL”). Cedarbridge is currently the designated redeveloper of the Redevelopment Area. Lot 1 consists of vacant and underutilized land. The Applicant and Cedarbridge jointly propose to subdivide a 48.44 acre portion of Lot 1, to create a proposed new lot (the “Project Lot”) on which the Project is proposed to be developed. The Applicant then proposes that the Project will be developed in two phases. The first phase is proposed to consist of the construction of seven retail buildings (with associated site improvements) and the second phase is proposed to consist of the construction of six additional retail buildings (with additional associated site improvements). At full build-out, the Project is also proposed to include a playground area. The Project has been designed to conform to the requirements of the Lakewood Township Unified Development Ordinance (the “Ordinance”) and the Redevelopment Plan, however, the Applicant will seek “bulk” or “c” variance relief in accordance with the LRHL and the New Jersey Municipal Land Use Law, N.J.S.A. § 40:55D-1, et. seq. (“MLUL”) to permit a front yard parking setback of 6 ft. whereas the Redevelopment Plan requires a front yard parking setback of 20 ft. The Applicant will also seek any other variances, waivers, exceptions, approvals, or other relief determined by the Board or its consultants to be necessary, without further public notice. A copy of the Application and supporting documentation is on file in the office of the Board Secretary at the Lakewood Township Municipal Building, 231 3rd Street, Lakewood Township, Ocean County, New Jersey, 08701 and is available for public inspection during regular business days and hours. This Notice is given pursuant to the MLUL. Any interested person may appear in person, through his attorney, or through his designated agent at the Hearing at the time and place herein stated and be heard on this Application. LAKEWOOD SHOPPING VILLAGE, LLC By: Michael A. Bruno, Esq. Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla, PC 125 Half Mile Road, Suite 300 Red Bank, NJ 07701 Attorney for the Applicant ($108.75)

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Wall Rezones Route 70 Property

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TOWNSHIP OF WALL TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE ORDINANCE NO. 14-2015 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF WALL, AMENDING THE ZONING MAP WITHIN CHAPTER 140 OF THE CODE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF WALL ENTITLED LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS TO REZONE A PORTION OF BLOCK 893.06 LOT 49 FROM OP-10 TO R-7.5 WHEREAS, the Township Committee wishes to change the zoning of a specific property within the Township as a result of a subdivision and lot consolidation Block 893.06 Lot 49 more specifically described is hereby rezoned from OP-10 to R-7.5. Notice is hereby given that the foregoing Ordinance was introduced and passed on first reading by the Township Committee of the Township of Wall on May 27, 2015, and finally adopted on June 24, 2015, at the Wall Township Municipal Building, 2700 Allaire Road, Wall, New Jersey. Copies of said Ordinance will be made available at the Clerk’s Office in the Township of Wall, Town Hall, to members of the general public who shall request the same or may be viewed in full on the Township’s website www.wallnj.com under Legal Notices. Roberta M. Lang, RMC Township Clerk ($14.96) (44) (7/2) The Coast Star

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Brick Township Looks for Waterfront Restauranture for Trader’s Cove Site

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LEGAL NOTICE OF TOWNSHIP OF BRICK, OCEAN COUNTY NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR REDEVELOPERS FOR A REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT CONSISTING OF DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF A WATERFRONT RESTAURANT AT TRADER’S COVE ON A PORTION OF BLOCK 68, LOT 3.02 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on Tuesday, September 1, 2015 at 2:00 PM at the offices of McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, LLC at 75 Livingston Avenue, Roseland, New Jersey 07068, the TOWNSHIP OF BRICK will accept proposals for redevelopers for a redevelopment project consisting of the design, construction and operation of a waterfront restaurant at Trader’s Cove including lease rights on and in a portion of the premises known as Block 68, Lot 3.02 on the tax map of the Township of Brick, State of New Jersey. No bid shall be received in person or by mail after the designated date and time. The TOWNSHIP OF BRICK seeks proposals from qualified redevelopers for the design, construction and operation of a restaurant within the Trader’s Cove Marina and Park owned by the Township. The proposed area for development and lease is approximately 3,970 square feet and located on the Northern side of the Mantoloking Road, west of the new Mantoloking Bridge, adjacent to the Metedeconk River. The development of the property shall be subject to the Coastal Area Facility Review Act Permit modified on February 27, 2015, the restrictions of the New Jersey Green Acres and a Trader’s Cove Redevelopment Plan adopted by the TOWNSHIP OF BRICK on November 27, 2007, as amended. The development rights to the area shall be conveyed pursuant to a lease for a twenty-four (24) year term and a Redevelopment Agreement with the TOWNSHIP OF BRICK. Copies of the Request For Proposals, including the specifications and required documents are available and open to public inspection or may be obtained at the office of the Township Clerk of the TOWNSHIP OF BRICK, Municipal Building, 401 Chambersbridge Road, Brick, New Jersey 08723 or the office of Joseph P. Baumann, Jr., McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, LLC, 75 Livingston Avenue, Roseland, New Jersey 07068. The Request For Proposals and specifications are also available online at the FTP Site which can be accessed through http://www.msbnj.com/, use the hyperlink text “Client Login” at the bottom and, when prompted, provide the following information: Username: BrickRFP Password: Traders (both are case sensitive) All proposals shall include a $1,000 non-refundable review fee in the form of a certified check or money order payable to the TOWNSHIP OF BRICK. This fee is intended to cover the Township’s costs for review of the response package; however, the Township is not required to specifically account for such costs. All proposals shall also include a proposal submission deposit of $5,000 in the form of a certified check or money order payable to the TOWNSHIP OF BRICK. The deposit will be retained only in the event that the Redeveloper is chosen and designated by the Mayor and Council of the Township and will be applied to the Township’s costs as detailed in the Escrow and Funding Agreement Lynnette Iannarone, Township Clerk 6/18/2015 $162.75
Public Notice ID: 22553331
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Lakewood Planning Board Approves Airport Road Site

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TOWNSHIP OF LAKEWOOD Notice of Decision by the Lakewood Township Planning Board On March 17, 2015, the Lakewood Township Planning Board adopted a Resolution memorializing the approval granted to the applicant, Legacy Lakewood, LLC, SP# 2100 for an Application for Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan Approval with design waivers for the following relief for property located at Block 1160.01, Lot 221, and known as 999 Airport Road, located within the M-1 (Industrial) Zone, Lakewood Township: The applicant was granted approval for the construction of an eight thousand square foot prefabricated garage on the existing pavement and to convert an existing gravel area of approximately two thousand four hundred square feet (2,400 sf) to pavement for additional parking. The applicant was granted various design waivers for installation of sidewalks and curbs, planting of street and shade trees, and providing paved parking spaces. The Resolution approving the application along with all plans and related documents are on file at the Lakewood Township Planning Board office located at 231 Third Street, Lakewood, New Jersey during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. Attorney for the Applicant Robert C. Shea, Esquire R.C. Shea & Associates Toms River, New Jersey ($37.50)
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Brick to Determine if Foodtown site Meets Redevelopment Qualifications

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TOWNSHIP OF BRICK ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWNSHIP COUNCIL OF THE TOWNSHIP OF BRICK AMENDING THE METEDECONK VILLAGE REDEVELOPMENT PLAN WHEREAS, by Resolution dated May 1, 2007, the Township Council of the Township of Brick (the “Council”) directed the Brick Township Planning Board (the “Planning Board”) to undertake a preliminary investigation of an area designated as Block 702, Lots 30 & 31 on the Official Tax Map of the Township of Brick (the “Study Area “), which was formerly known as the Foodtown site, to determine if said area qualified as an “area in need of redevelopment” based on the criteria set forth in N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5 of the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-1 et seq. (the “Redevelopment Law”); and WHEREAS, in accordance with procedures established in N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-6, the Planning Board held a public hearing on July 18, 2007 to discuss the findings of a preliminary investigation report concerning the Study Area and received public comment thereon, and by Resolution dated July 24, 2007, the Planning Board determined that the Study Area satisfied the statutory criteria and recommended that the Council designate the area as one in need of redevelopment; and WHEREAS, the Council accepted the Planning Board’s recommendation and, by Resolution dated August 7, 2007, designated the Study Area as one in need of redevelopment (hereinafter, the “Metedeconk Village Redevelopment Area”); and WHEREAS, in accordance with N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-7 the Council directed the Planning Board to prepare a redevelopment plan governing redevelopment of the Metedeconk Village Redevelopment Area, and on May 14, 2008, the Planning Board transmitted to the Council its proposed redevelopment plan for the Metedeconk Village Redevelopment Area, and WHEREAS, in accordance with N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-7 on June 10, 2008, pursuant to Ordinance 27-08, the Council adopted the redevelopment plan for the Metedeconk Village Redevelopment Area being the Metedeconk Village Redevelopment Plan (the “Redevelopment Plan”), and WHEREAS, in accordance with N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-7 on May 3 2011, pursuant to Ordinance 14-11, the Council adopted an amendment to the Redevelopment Plan for the Metedeconk Village Redevelopment Area to revise certain Land Use Regulations and Building Requirements, and WHEREAS, the Council has determined to amend the Redevelopment Plan in order to encourage and facilitate the redevelopment of the Metedeconk Village Redevelopment Area by removing residential uses as a permitted use and attendant regulations from the Redevelopment Plan as set forth in the proposed amendment to the Redevelopment Plan as attached hereto as EXHIBIT A (the “Proposed Amendment”); and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Council of the Township of Brick as follows:

1. The Amendment to the Metedeconk Village Redevelopment Plan, which shall be available for public examination in the Office of the Township Clerk during normal business hours, shall govern the redevelopment of the area designated as Block 702, Lots 30 and 31 on the Official Tax Map of the Township of Brick, also referred to as the Metedeconk Village Redevelopment Area, and is hereby adopted.

2. The zoning district map of the Township’s Land Development Ordinance is hereby amended to reflect the applicability of the Amendment to the Metedeconk Village Redevelopment Plan, to the Metedeconk Village Redevelopment Area.

3. The Amendment to the Metedeconk Village Redevelopment Plan shall supercede the Township’s Land Development Ordinance as it affects the Metedeconk Village Redevelopment Area and shall supercede and replace the existing Metedeconk Village Redevelopment Plan as adopted by Ordinance 27-08 and as amended by Ordinance 14-11.

4. All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of the inconsistency.

5. This Ordinance shall take effect twenty (20) days following final passage and shall be published as required by law.

NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the foregoing ordinance was introduced and passed by the Township Council on first reading at a meeting of the Township Council of the Township of Brick held on the 20th day of January, 2015, and will be considered for second reading and final passage at a regular meeting of the Township Council to be held on the 3rd day of February, 2015 at 7:00 p.m., at the Municipal Building, located at 401 Chambers Bridge Road, Brick, New Jersey, at which time and place any persons desiring to be heard upon the same will be given the opportunity to be so heard. LYNNETTE A. IANNARONE TOWNSHIP CLERK JOHN G. DUCEY MAYOR ($134.25)

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Waretown is where AB Realty will attempt to Development Homes and Marina

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TOWNSHIP OF OCEAN REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Applicant, AB REALTY, LLC, has applied to the Redevelopment Agency of the Township of Ocean, Ocean County, for review and approval of a Redevelopment Application to construct six (6) residential single-family homes, a commercial marina and related accessory structures on the subject property which is known as Block 169, Lots 8.01, 12 & 13 on Pennsylvania Avenue, located in the Waterfront Development (WD) Zone, on the official Tax Map of the Township of Ocean. There is no development proposed for Block 191, Lot 13 which is located in R-1 Residential Zone. A copy of the Application has been filed with the office of the Redevelopment Agency, located at 50 Railroad Avenue, Waretown, New Jersey and may be inspected during normal business hours. The public hearing will be held on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. before the Mayor and Council, (Redevelopment Agency) in the Town Hall Meeting Room, 50 Railroad Avenue, Waretown, New Jersey, at which time you may appear either in person or by agent or attorney and present any comments which you may have with regard to this Application. Dated: January 8, 2015 MARTIN A. McGANN, JR. 125 Highway 35 Red Bank, NJ 07701 Attorney for Applicant ($40.50)
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South Toms River says “get your redevelopment kicks on Route 166″

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BOROUGH OF SOUTH TOMS RIVER ORDINANCE NO. 1-15 EXPLANATORY NOTE THIS ORDINANCE ADOPTS THE ‘ROUTE 166 CORRIDOR WATERFRONT REDEVELOPMENT PLAN,’ PURSUANT TO THE LOCAL REDEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING LAW, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-1 et seq. A COPY OF THIS PLAN IS AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION DURING REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS AT BOROUGH HALL. NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the foregoing Ordinance was introduced at a meeting of the Borough Council of the Borough of South Toms River, in the County of Ocean, and State of New Jersey on the 1st day of January, 2015, and will be considered for second reading and final passage at a meeting of said governing body to be held on the 26th of January, 2015 at 7pm at the Borough Hall, 144 Mill Street, South Toms River, New Jersey, at which any person desiring to be heard upon the same will be given an opportunity to do so. Joseph A. Kostecki, RMC Municipal Clerk ($31.50)
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Toms River Planning Board To Flow With YellowBrook Property Company?

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  TOWNSHIP OF TOMS RIVER
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TOWNSHIP OF TOMS RIVER PLANNING BOARD COUNTY OF OCEAN STATE OF NEW JERSEY APPLICATION #P01-259 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on the 6th day of August, 2014 at 6:00 p.m., at the Township of Toms River (“Township”) Municipal Complex, located at 33 Washington Street, Toms River, New Jersey or such other time and place as the Toms River Township Planning Board (the “Board”) may adjourn to thereafter, the Board will hold a public hearing to consider an application (“Application”) by YELLOWBROOK PROPERTY CO. (the “Applicant”) for Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision approval for the proposed development of property located at 1650 Old Freehold Road, Toms River Township, New Jersey and known and designated as Lots 2, 10 & 11 in Block 410 on the Official Tax Map of the Township of Toms River, Ocean County, New Jersey (the “Property”). The Property is approximately 32.79+/- acres (approximately 32.74 +/- acres after a required right-of-way dedication) and located in the Township of Toms River’s R-200 Zone, pursuant to the Land Use and Development Regulations of the Code of the Township of Toms River (“Ordinance Code”). The Property is located on the westerly side of Old Freehold Road and north of the West Todd Road Intersection. Applicant proposes Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision approval to create thirty-nine (39) lots at the Property. Applicant proposes thirty-seven (37) lots for the construction of new single family homes and two (2) lots to be utilized as bioretention/infiltration basin lots and forest preservation areas. Applicant also proposes internal roadways, sidewalks, utilities, landscaping, lighting and other improvements associated with the Application (the “Approval”). Applicant seeks the Approval pursuant to the cluster provisions of Ordinance Code Section(s) 348-10.8.F et seq. Applicant seeks the following bulk variance relief from the Toms River Township Ordinance Code pursuant to N.J.S.A.40:55D-70.c. et seq. of the Municipal Land Use Law (“MLUL”):   Relief from Ordinance Code Section 348-10.8.F.(5)(c) which requires that Lots proposed to abut rear or side lot lines of the tract shall provide a minimum lot width of 125 feet, a minimum lot depth of 150 feet and a minimum rear setback of 30 feet for principal buildings and 20 feet for accessory buildings, except that private swimming pools shall have a minimum rear setback of 10 feet. Only rear lot lines of proposed building lots shall abut rear or side lot lines of the tract of land proposed for development; whereas, the proposed development does not meet the requirement of this section. If required by the Board, Applicant also seeks the following waiver relief from the Toms River Township Ordinance Code: (i) Relief from Ordinance Code Section 348-8.30 which requires streetlights shall be on poles 30 feet high; whereas, 25 feet is proposed; (ii) Relief from Ordinance Code Section 348-8.4.C.(7) which requires, in addition to the screening and shade tree requirements, additional trees shall be planted throughout the subdivision in accordance with a planting plan approved by the Planning Board at the time of final approval. The number of trees planted shall be not less than 10 per acre, calculated on the basis of the entire subdivision tract. Applicant believes Applicant complies with this requirement; (iii) Relief from Ordinance Code Section 348-6.14 which requires that all applicants seeking preliminary major subdivision approval to create single-family residential lots shall be required to provide for active and passive recreational areas and facilities within the subject property of the proposed subdivision; whereas, no active recreational areas or facilities are proposed.

Applicant will seek any other variances or waivers, permits, exceptions or other relief as the Board shall deem necessary and appropriate without further notice. A copy of the Application, plans and supporting documentation are on file in the office of the Planning Board for public inspection during business hours. Any interested person may appear in person or through its attorney or designated agent at the aforesaid public hearing at the time and place herein stated and may be heard on this Application. This notice is given pursuant to N.J.S.A 40:55D-1 et seq. YELLOWBROOK PROPERTY CO. By: Law Office of Vincent M. DeSimone, LLC 46 E. Water Street Toms River, NJ 08753 Vincent M. DeSimone, Esq. Attorneys for the Applicant Dated: July 23, 2014 ($111.60) 105171  

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Toms River Planning Board to Hear Major Subdivision Application for Yellow Brook Property Co.

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  TOWNSHIP OF TOMS RIVER
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TOWNSHIP OF TOMS RIVER PLANNING BOARD COUNTY OF OCEAN STATE OF NEW JERSEY APPLICATION #P01-259 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on the 6th day of August, 2014 at 6:00 p.m., at the Township of Toms River (“Township”) Municipal Complex, located at 33 Washington Street, Toms River, New Jersey or such other time and place as the Toms River Township Planning Board (the “Board”) may adjourn to thereafter, the Board will hold a public hearing to consider an application (“Application”) by YELLOWBROOK PROPERTY CO. (the “Applicant”) for Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision approval for the proposed development of property located at 1650 Old Freehold Road, Toms River Township, New Jersey and known and designated as Lots 2, 10 & 11 in Block 410 on the Official Tax Map of the Township of Toms River, Ocean County, New Jersey (the “Property”). The Property is approximately 32.79+/- acres (approximately 32.74 +/- acres after a required right-of-way dedication) and located in the Township of Toms River’s R-200 Zone, pursuant to the Land Use and Development Regulations of the Code of the Township of Toms River (“Ordinance Code”). The Property is located on the westerly side of Old Freehold Road and north of the West Todd Road Intersection. Applicant proposes Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision approval to create thirty-nine (39) lots at the Property. Applicant proposes thirty-seven (37) lots for the construction of new single family homes and two (2) lots to be utilized as bioretention/infiltration basin lots and forest preservation areas. Applicant also proposes internal roadways, sidewalks, utilities, landscaping, lighting and other improvements associated with the Application (the “Approval”). Applicant seeks the Approval pursuant to the cluster provisions of Ordinance Code Section(s) 348-10.8.F et seq. Applicant seeks the following bulk variance relief from the Toms River Township Ordinance Code pursuant to N.J.S.A.40:55D-70.c. et seq. of the Municipal Land Use Law (“MLUL”):   Relief from Ordinance Code Section 348-10.8.F.(5)(c) which requires that Lots proposed to abut rear or side lot lines of the tract shall provide a minimum lot width of 125 feet, a minimum lot depth of 150 feet and a minimum rear setback of 30 feet for principal buildings and 20 feet for accessory buildings, except that private swimming pools shall have a minimum rear setback of 10 feet. Only rear lot lines of proposed building lots shall abut rear or side lot lines of the tract of land proposed for development; whereas, the proposed development does not meet the requirement of this section. If required by the Board, Applicant also seeks the following waiver relief from the Toms River Township Ordinance Code: (i) Relief from Ordinance Code Section 348-8.30 which requires streetlights shall be on poles 30 feet high; whereas, 25 feet is proposed; (ii) Relief from Ordinance Code Section 348-8.4.C.(7) which requires, in addition to the screening and shade tree requirements, additional trees shall be planted throughout the subdivision in accordance with a planting plan approved by the Planning Board at the time of final approval. The number of trees planted shall be not less than 10 per acre, calculated on the basis of the entire subdivision tract. Applicant believes Applicant complies with this requirement; (iii) Relief from Ordinance Code Section 348-6.14 which requires that all applicants seeking preliminary major subdivision approval to create single-family residential lots shall be required to provide for active and passive recreational areas and facilities within the subject property of the proposed subdivision; whereas, no active recreational areas or facilities are proposed.

Applicant will seek any other variances or waivers, permits, exceptions or other relief as the Board shall deem necessary and appropriate without further notice. A copy of the Application, plans and supporting documentation are on file in the office of the Planning Board for public inspection during business hours. Any interested person may appear in person or through its attorney or designated agent at the aforesaid public hearing at the time and place herein stated and may be heard on this Application. This notice is given pursuant to N.J.S.A 40:55D-1 et seq. YELLOWBROOK PROPERTY CO. By: Law Office of Vincent M. DeSimone, LLC 46 E. Water Street Toms River, NJ 08753 Vincent M. DeSimone, Esq. Attorneys for the Applicant Dated: July 23, 2014 ($111.60) 105171  

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