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.
Matt Sprung, AICP, PP
Cell: 610 417 2198
JERSEY CITY PLANNING BOARD PUBLIC NOTICE REGULAR MEETING Please take notice the Planning Board took the following action at the regular Meeting of July 19, 2016 1. Call to Order 2. Sunshine Announcement 3. Roll Call 4. Swear in Staff 5. Correspondence 6. Old Business: 7. New Business: 8. Review and discussion of the proposed Jackson Hill Redevelopment Plan to replace the existing Martin Luther King Drive and Monticello Avenue Redevelopment Plans. Approved and recommended to City Council for Adoption. 9. Review and discussion of amendments to the Lafayette Park Redevelopment Plan. Approved and recommended to City Council for Adoption. 10. Review and discussion of amendments to the Montgomery Gateway Redevelopment Plan to add residential as a permitted use in the Rehabilitation district. Approved and recommended to City Council for Adoption. 11. Case: P06-124.4 Amended Final Site Plan Applicant: 25 Columbus Circle #59B, LLC Review Planner: Maryann Bucci Carter, PP, AICP and Barkha R Patel Attorney: James C. McCann, Esq. Address: 270 Tenth Street (aka the Embankment House) Block: 8602 Lot: 2 Zone: Newport Redevelopment Plan Description: Reconfiguration of parking Decision: Approved. 12. Case: P06-124.3 Amended Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan with Deviation Applicant: 25 Columbus Circle #59B, LLC Review Planner: Maryann Bucci Carter, PP, AICP and Barkha R Patel Attorney: James C. McCann, Esq. Address: 310 Tenth Street (aka the Revetment) Block: 8601 Lot: 2 Zone: Newport Redevelopment Plan Description: Construction of new residential building (Revetment) with 6 stories, 163 residential units ranging from studios to 3 bedrooms and a total of 163 parking spaces Deviation: Number of signs Decision: Approved. 13. Case: P16-048 Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan with Deviations Applicant: 184 Morgan Street Associates Urban Renewal, LLC Review Planner: Matt Ward, PP, AICP Attorney: Marjorie M. Mocco, Esq. Address: 331 Marin Boulevard Block: 11507 Lot: 8-22 Zone: Morgan Grove Marin Redevelopment Plan Description: A mixed-use high rise building with 448 dwelling units, 5,110 square feet of ground floor commercial, 6,470 square foot theater, and a valet parking garage with 116 spaces Deviation: Maximum utility room frontage and required building stepback CARRIED TO AUGUST 16, 2016 MEETING WITH PRESERVATION OF NOTICE 14. Case: P16-043 Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan with Deviations Applicant: The Roxy Urban Renewal Company, LLC Review Planner: Matt Ward, PP, AICP Attorney: Eugene T. Paolino, Esq. Address: 201 Cornelison Avenue Block: 13601 Lot: 12 Zone: Beacon Redevelopment Plan Description: Renovation and restoration of an existing historically significant building as a mixed use building with 64 dwelling units, 1,970 square feet of ground floor commercial, and 9 onsite and 15 off-site parking spaces Deviation: Minimum required parking Decision: Approved. 15. Case: P16-007 Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan with Deviations Applicant: GND Builders, LLC Review Planner: Matt Ward, PP, AICP Attorney: Charles J Harrington, III, Esq. Address: 313-321 Pine St & 412-418 Whiton St Block 17505 Lots: 6, 7, 8,17, and 18 Zone: Morris Canal Redevelopment Plan Description: A phased development of two 6-story residential apartment buildings with 44 units and 29 parking spaces in phase 1 and 36 units and 28 parking spaces in phase 2 Deviations: two curb cuts, minimum drive aisle width, minimum rear yard setback Decision: Approved. 16. Case: P16-027 Minor Subdivision with “C” Variances Applicant: Broadway West Associates LLC Review Planner: Jeff Wenger Attorney: Francis Regan Address: 1072 & 1075 West Side Avenue Block: 9204 Lot: 1 & Block: 9301 Lot : 24, 27-30 Zone: R-3 Multi-Family Mid-Rise Description: Consolidation of 6 tax lots into 1. Variance: 5 structures on 1 lot. Decision: Approved. 17. Case: P16-025 Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan with “c” Variances Applicant: Broadway West Associates LLC Review Planner: Jeff Wenger Attorney: Francis Regan Address: 1072 & 1075 West Side Avenue Block: 9204 Lot: 1 & Block: 9301 Lot : 24, 27-30 Zone: R-3 Multi-Family Mid-Rise Description: Construction of 3 new mixed use buildings and conversion of one existing mixed use building, ranging from 3 to 8 stories for 486 residential units, 25,452 square feet of retail and 384 parking spaces. Variance: Maximum parking level height, Minimum setback for rooftop height exceptions. Decision: Approved with conditions. 18. Case: P16-041 Preliminary & Final Site Plan with “C” variances Applicant: 206 York Group, LLC Review Planner: Willow Latham Attorney: Jason Tuvel, Esq. Address: 206 York Street Block: 14102 Lot: 14 Zone: Van Vorst Park Historic District Description: Expansion of an existing four-story townhouse to the rear, with historical renovation of front faade and demolition of an existing one-story stucco garage. Variance: Maximum Building Coverage Decision: Approved with conditions. 19. Case: P16-028 Preliminary & Final Site Plan with “C” Variance Applicant: 208 York Group, LLC Review Planner: Willow Latham Attorney: Jason Tuvel, Esq. Address: 208 York Street Block: 14102 Lot: 15 Zone: Van Vorst Park Historic District Description: Expansion of an existing four-story townhouse to the rear, with historical renovation of front faade and demolition of an existing masonry shed. Variance: Maximum Building Coverage Decision: Approved with conditions. 20. Case: P16-051 Minor Site Plan with “C” Variances Applicant: 87 Bright Street JC, LLC Review Planner: Willow Latham Attorney: Charles Harrington, Esq. Address: 87 Bright Street Block: 13905 Lot: 12 Zone: Van Vorst Park Historic District Description: Rehabilitation of an existing two-story structure and addition of two stories to create a four-story, two-unit residential building with two garage spaces. Deviation: Maximum height; on-site parking; front yard setback Decision: Approved with conditions. 21. Case: P16-040 Minor Site Plan Applicant: Dollar Tree Stores, Inc. Review Planner: Jeff Wenger Attorney: Matthew Tomasco, Esq. Address: 3000 JFK Blvd. Block: 6505 Lot: 13.02 Zone: Journal Square 2060 Redevelopment Plan Description: Store signs Waiver: Sign size and placement. Decision: Approved. 22. Memorialized the following resolutions available for review at the Division of City Planning at 30 Montgomery Street, Suite 1400, 14th Floor, JC, NJ 1. Resolution of the Planning Board of the City of Jersey City Approving One Year Extension of Amended Preliminary & Final Site Plan Approval # P 13-010.1 to June 16, 2017, submitted by Morgan Point Urban Renewal Co., LLC (159 Morgan St & 328 Marin Blvd). 2. Resolution of the Planning Board of the City of Jersey City Approving Administrative Amendment to Preliminary and Final Major Sire Plan with Deviations # P12-064.001 submitted by PSE & G ( 427-451 Grand Street). 3. Resolution of the Planning Board of the City of Jersey City Approving Preliminary & Final Site Plan # P16-042 submitted by 2 Shore Drive North, LLC ( 2 Shore Lane and 1 Shore Lane and 20 Newport Parkway). 4. Resolution of the Planning Board of the City of Jersey City Approving Preliminary & Final Site Plan with Deviations # P16-033 submitted by LBM Group ( 829-843 Garfield Avenue). 5. Resolution of the Planning Board of the City of Jersey City Approving Minor Subdivision with “C” variances # P16-038 submitted by G to K, LLC ( 237-239 Gates Avenue) 6. Resolution of the Planning Board of the City of Jersey City Approving Minor Site Plan # P16-037 submitted by MEPT Newport Tower, LLC ( 525 Washington Blvd.- Signage and Plaza improvements). CHRISTOPHER LANGSTON, CHAIRMAN, PLANNING BOARD 07/26/16 $169.54
TOWNSHIP OF READINGTON ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on Thursday, July 21, 2016, at 7:30 p.m., the Township of Readington Zoning Board of Adjustment (“Board”), in the main meeting room of the Township of Readington Municipal Building, 509 Route 523, Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889, will hold a hearing on the application (“Application”) of AOG East Real Estate, LLC (“Applicant”), which seeks preliminary and final major site plan approval, use variance approval, bulk variance approval, design standard exception approvals, and checklist waiver approvals (collectively, the “Approvals”) for property located at 3494 Route 22, Somerville, NJ 08876, and identified in the Township of Readington Tax Assessment records as Block 15, Lot 19 (“Property”). The Property is approximately 5.891 acres in area and is located in the PO Professional Office Zone and the AR Agricultural Residential Zone. The Applicant requests the Approvals in order to demolish the existing bank building on the Property and replace it with a medical office building. As part of the Application, the Applicant requires two use variances: (1) a variance from Section 148-22.1 of the Township of Readington Land Development Ordinance (“Ordinance”) to permit a medical office use where a medical office use is otherwise not permitted; and (2) a variance from Ordinance Section 148-22.2A to permit a septic system reserve area for medical office use where otherwise not permitted. The Applicant requests the following bulk variances from the Ordinance: (1) a variance from Ordinance Section 148-116.6 to permit signs where the sign faces are not back-to-back, have greater than 18 feet between the signs, and are not oriented 180 degrees from each other, as otherwise required; (2) a variance from Ordinance Section 148-116.10 to permit a freestanding sign height of 9.5 feet where a maximum sign height of 8 feet is otherwise permitted; (3) a variance from Ordinance Section 148-52 to permit a fence with a height of 6 feet in the side yard where a maximum fence height of 4 feet is otherwise permitted; (4) a variance from Ordinance Section 148-70.D to permit one-way access drives approximately 22′ in width where a maximum of 16 feet is otherwise permitted; (5) a variance from Ordinance Section 148-21.1.E(4) to retain the existing front yard setback of 97 feet where a maximum of 60 feet is otherwise permitted; (6) a variance from Ordinance Section 148-15.E(1)(a) to retain the existing lot size in the AR zone to remain as it is below the minimum otherwise required; and (7) a variance from Ordinance Section 148-15.E(1)(g) to retain the existing lot circle setback in the AR zone to remain where it is below the minimum otherwise required. The Applicant requests the following design standard exception from the Ordinance: a design standard exception from Ordinance Section 148-76 to permit concrete curb (existing and proposed) where Belgian block curbing is otherwise required. In addition, the Applicant requests several waivers from the preliminary major site plan, final major site plan, and variance checklist requirements set forth in the Ordinance. While the Applicant believes that the Application is otherwise in conformance with the Ordinance, it hereby requests any waivers, variances, deviations, amendments and/or exceptions from the Ordinance as may be deemed necessary for this Application. Copies of all plans and related documents submitted to date concerning the Application are on file at the Board office, located at the Township of Readington Municipal Building, 509 Route 523, Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889, and are available for inspection by the public during normal business hours, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, holidays excepted. At the hearing, any interested person or persons shall have the opportunity to be heard, either in person or by attorney, and present any statement and/or evidence they may have with respect to the Application. Kevin J. Moore, Esq. Sills Cummis & Gross P.C. 600 College Road East, Princeton, NJ 08540 Attorneys for the Applicant Telephone: 609-227-4600 ($62.35)
BOROUGH OF BOUND BROOK NOTICE OF PENDING BOND ORDINANCE AND SUMMARY The bond ordinance, the summary terms of which are included herein, was introduced and passed upon first reading at a meeting of the governing body of the Borough of Bound Brook, in the County of Somerset, State of New Jersey, on February 24, 2015. It will be further considered for final passage, after public hearing thereon, at a meeting of the governing body to be held at the Municipal Building , in the Borough on March 10, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. During the week prior to and up to and including the date of such meeting, copies of the full bond ordinance will be available at no cost and during regular business hours at the Clerk’s office for the members of the general public who shall requestBou the same. The summary of the terms of such bond ordinance follows: Title: BOND ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS TO THE BOUND BROOK TRAIN STATION IN AND BY THE BOROUGH OF BOUND BROOK IN THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET NEW JERSEY APPROPRIATING $650,000 THEREFOR AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $450,000 BONDS OR NOTES OF THE BOROUGH TO FINANCE THE COST THEREOF. Purpose: Various improvements within “Redevelopment Area 1 (Downtown Redevelopment Area)” (the “Redevelopment Area”), including but not limited to, improvements to the Bound Brook Train Station, and further including all work and materials necessary therefore and incidental thereto, all pursuant to and in accordance with a redevelopment plan for the Redevelopment Area. Appropriation: $650,000 Bonds/Notes Authorized: $450,000 Grant Appropriated: N/A Section 20 Costs: $200,000 Useful Life: 40 years Donna Marie Godleski, Clerk This Notice is published pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:2-17. ($40.48)
As we enter 2015, with what appears to be the economic winds at our back, I wish you and your family a happy, healthy and successful year. Lets make it a great one.
Matt Sprung, PP, AICP
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 1500, LOTS 1, 2 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, July 16, 2014 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, 5, 20, 21 and 22 all in Block 1500 as shown on the Official Tax Map of the Township of Neptune which are two non-contiguous parcels fronting 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, NJ State Highway Route 33 and Jumping Brook Road. Applicant seeks preliminary major site plan approval and minor subdivision approval along with use and bulk variance relief outlined herein below, in order to develop the subject site as a mixed-use retail and multi-family residential development providing 10,000 square feet of retail space, 312 multi-family residential units and associated recreational facilities (community center and pool), parking, lighting, drainage and landscaping improvements. The subject property is currently two separate parcels: Lots 1 and 2 containing 3.32 acres and Lots 5, 20, 21, & 22 containing 39.997 acres. Lots 5, 20, 21 & 22 are proposed to be subdivided to create two lots: proposed Lot 5.01 containing 3.093 acres to be developed with the retail space; and, proposed Lot 5.02, containing 36.866 acres to be developed with multi-family residential and associated recreational facilities and related improvements. 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 also seeks 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. (Lots 1, 2 and Proposed Lots 5.01 and 5.02) 2. Three (3) story multi-family residential buildings, whereas a maximum of two (2) stories is permitted. (Lots 1, 2 and Proposed Lot 5.02) 3. Lack of required fire escapes from 3rd floor apartments. (Lots 1, 2 and Proposed Lot 5.02) 4. More than one free-standing sign per lot frontage. (3 signs on Proposed Lot 5.02 and 2 signs on Lots 1 and 2) 5. Six-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. (Proposed Lot 5.02) 6. Lot width of 95 feet on NJSH Route 33, whereas a minimum lot width of 500 feet is required. (Lots 1 and 2) 7. Lot frontage of 74.44 feet on NJSH Route 33, whereas a minimum frontage of 500 feet is required. (Lots 1 and 2) 8. Lot frontage of 65.84 feet, whereas a minimum frontage of 500 feet is required. (Proposed Lot 5.01) 9. Lot depth of 409.63, whereas a minimum depth of 600 feet is required. (Proposed Lot 5.01) 10. Lot width of 348.69 feet, whereas a minimum width of 500 feet is required. (Proposed Lot 5.01) 11. Exceeding the minimum number of required parking stalls for a non-residential use by more than 20%: 115 off street parking spaces proposed, whereas the minimum required is 48. (Proposed Lot 5.01) 12. Improvable area less than the required minimum of 84,900 square feet. (Lots 1, 2 and Proposed Lot 5.01)Applicant also seeks waivers from the site plan requirements pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-51 as follows: 1. Buildings having a total façade measurement of 180 feet, whereas the maximum permitted is 150 feet with offsets along walls measuring greater than 50 feet. (Lots 1, 2 and Proposed Lot 5.02) 2. Perimeter parking lot setbacks from rear and side property lines of 6 feet (Lots 1 and 2) and 9 feet (Proposed Lot 5.01), whereas a minimum of 10 feet is required. 3. Building setback 10 feet from parking areas, whereas a minimum of 15 feet is required. (Lots 1 and 2) 4. Driveway width of 24 feet, whereas the maximum permitted is 22 feet. (Lots 1, 2 and Proposed Lots 5.01 and 5.02) 5. Lack of landscaped island strips of a minimum of 4 feet in width at the end of each row of parking. (Lots 1, 2 and Proposed Lots 5.01 and 5.02) 6. More than 8 parking spaces in a continuous row without an intervening landscape island strip of a minimum of 7 feet in width. (Lots 1, 2 and Proposed Lots 5.01 and 5.02) 7. Lack of required landscaped buffers. (Lots 1, 2 and Proposed Lots 5.01 and 5.02) 8. Lack of required foundation plantings. (Lots 1, 2 and Proposed Lots 5.01 and 5.02) 9. Lack of a private rear yard consisting of a minimum area of 200 square feet for dwelling units located on a ground floor level. (Lots 1, 2 and Proposed Lot 5.02) 10. Lack of defining 3-foot high fence/hedge for front and side yards of a building fronting a street, driveway or parking lot. (Lots 1, 2 and Proposed Lot 5.02) 11. Lack of required building type mix for developments of 25 or more dwelling units. 12. Lack of required mix of dwelling units for developments of 25 or more units. 13. 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. (Lots 1, 2 and Proposed 5.02) 14. Stormwater management design variation from groundwater recharge and quantity reduction standards. (Lots 1, 2 and Proposed Lots 5.01 and 5.02)
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. ANSELL GRIMM & AARON, P.C. Attorneys for Applicant JENNIFER S. KRIMKO, ESQ. July 2, 2014 ($171.00) 099302
CITY OF ASBURY PARK
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
PRELIMINARY AND FINAL
SITE PLAN APPROVAL AND
TO THE CITY OF ASBURY PARK PLANNING BOARD
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Asbury Partners, LLC (the “Applicant”) has filed an application with the Planning Board of the City of Asbury Park for preliminary and final site plan approval and subdivision approval with respect to property at Block 3205, Lots 1-12 on the official tax map of the City of Asbury Park, located in the Asbury Park Waterfront Redevelopment Area.
The Applicant seeks approval for development of the property with 28 residential units within four (4) separate buildings, including associated driveways, landscaping and other features. The present project represents the first phase of a project on this site; a second phase will be the subject of a later application. The application includes a request for preliminary and final major subdivision approval to subdivide the property into four (4) distinct tax lots.- The Applicant also requests variances for lot frontage for one (1) of the four (4) new lots. The Applicant also reserves the right to amend its application during proceedings before the Planning Board and to request any other design waivers, variances, interpretations, exceptions, approvals and/or relief which may become necessary or apparent during the course of the application process and/or the public hearing.
Any interested party may have the opportunity to be heard at the public meeting to be held by the Planning Board on May 19, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at the Asbury Park Municipal Building, 1 Municipal Plaza, Asbury Park, New Jersey. All documents and plans related to this application are on file at the office of the Planning Board at the above referenced address and are available for inspection during business hours Monday through Friday.
TOWNSHIP OF BERNARDS PLANNING BOARD HEARING
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Bernards Township Planning Board (the “Board”) will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, April 8, 2014, at 7:30 p.m. in the Court Room of the Bernards Township Municipal Building, One Collyer Lane, Basking Ridge, New Jersey, to review and act upon an application for amended preliminary and final site plan approval (the “Second Amended Application”) by Ecological Solutions for Mine Brook Road, LLC (“Applicant”) with respect to properties having street addresses of 13, 15, 16, 17, 23, 25, 27, 37, 39, 55, 74, 76, and 78 River Farm Lane (formerly with street addresses of Mine Brook Road and 195 Mine Brook Road) in the Township of Bernards (the “Township”), which are designated as Block 4701, Lots 2.01 through 2.13 (formerly Block 4701, Lots 2, 3, 23 and 24) on the Township of Bernards Tax Map (the “Property”).
By resolution dated July 8, 2008 (“Original Approval”), Applicant previously obtained preliminary and final site plan and preliminary and final major subdivision approval to permit the subdivision of the Property into 12 building lots upon which residences were to be constructed. The Original Approval contemplated the extension of public water service to the Property. The Original Approval was subsequently modified by Resolution #PB12-005, dated January 31, 2013 (“First Amended Approval”), in which the Board, among other actions, conceptually approved the use of wells in lieu of public water, but declined to grant formal site plan approval until Applicant further studied the construction of wells. In this Second Amended Application, Applicant seeks amended preliminary and final site plan approval to allow the installation of wells to provide water to the 12 proposed homes, the common areas, and other facilities, and the installation of a system of underground cisterns to provide water for fire prevention. If applicable, Applicant also seeks amended preliminary and final major subdivision approval and relief from any prior imposed conditions in the Original Approval and the First Amendment Approval pertaining to water service. Applicant is not proposing to modify the size or number of the lots comprising the Property and is not modifying any of the previously granted variances or design exceptions.
Applicant also seeks any additional exceptions, waivers, variances, interpretations, and other approvals reflected on the filed plans (as same may be further amended or revised from time to time without further notice) and as the Board may deem necessary during the review and processing of the Second Amended Application.
When this case is called, interested parties may appear, either in person or by attorney, and present any comments or information they may have regarding this Second Amended Application. The hearing may be continued without further notice on such additional or other dates as the Board may determine.
The Second Amended Application and supporting materials (including maps and plans) will be available for public inspection, at least 10 days prior to the hearing, at the Office of the Planning Board Secretary of Bernards Township, and may be inspected at the Engineering Services Department, 277 South Maple Ave., Basking Ridge, New Jersey, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. through 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, or at such other regular business hours as set by the Township.
Gibbons P.C. One Gateway Center Newark, New Jersey 07102 (973) 596-4500 Attorney for Applicant: ECOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS FOR MINEBROOK ROAD, LLC By: Douglas J. Janacek, Esq P.F.$57.63 03/20/T1
On February 26, Matt Sprung testified as a professional planner in a “C” Variance application before the Board of Adjustment in Princeton. The case dealt with neighborhood preservation. The Board of Adjustment membership consists of members from the former Borough and Township Boards that are now combined. The Board’s vote was split along Township/Borough lines.
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