BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Two of the three ordinances being introduced at the Township Council meeting, Tuesday night, Feb. 21, concern the downtown area. One is the redevelopment plan for the former King's property; the other involves density requirements in the Downtown Zoning Districts.
A copy of the 164 page Redevelopment Plan for the King's Property is available online here.
The Redevelopment Plan calls for 150 residential units to be built in a three-story building. A total of 23 units will be very-low, low and moderate income affordable housing units.
The density ordinance delineates various densities in different areas.
The third ordinance is a capital ordinance which appropriates $105,705 from the capital improvement fund for the township to purchase equipment, in particular, a Toro Groundmaster 5910 and related equipment. This commercial lawnmower will be used to cut fields, both township-owned playing fields and those controlled by the Board of Education.
The complete agenda for the meeting can be found here, including the texts of the ordinances.
During the conference session at the beginning of the meeting, council members will discuss the Peppertown Park And Memorial Park committees.
The council will meet at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 21, in Town Hall, 29 Park Ave., in the council chambers. Members of the public are welcome to attend.