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Affordable Housing: The Who, What, When and Why Explained

June 15, 2017

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - For the umpteenth time in the past two years, Council President Marc Faecher repeated the phrase, “No meeting would be complete without an affordable housing update,” but this time was different. He didn’t just update people on the current status of the litigation and the various redevelopment projects that will include affordable housing units. This time ...

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Signs Marketing Agreement with Juwai.com, China’s Largest International Property Portal

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices today announced a marketing agreement with Juwai.com to syndicate all of its franchisees’ residential listings to the China-based international property portal that attracts roughly two million visitors monthly.

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices also launched a banner advertising campaign on Juwai.com to promote its brand, home page and listings to ...

Watchung Opposes Mixed-Use Development on Connell Property

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Citing traffic issues and worries about sewer capacity, the township was put on notice last week that Watchung objects to the rezoning of the Connell Property to allow a mixed-use residential development with an affordable housing component.

Attorney Steven Warner, a partner with Ventura, Miesowitz, Keough & Warner, let the council know of the borough's ...

Watchung Planning Board Hears Redevelopment Plan for Sears Property, Developer Will Donate Mural If It's Savable

WATCHUNG, NJ - Seritage Growth Properties was back in front of the Watchung Planning Board on Tuesday seeking preliminary site plan approval for the redevelopment of the Sears property on Route 22, and assured the board that if the " Legends of Watchung" mural can be saved, the company would donate it to the Borough of Watchung.

The board voted to have the Borough's attorney ...

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Save Money with “Green” Landscaping

June 13, 2017

Join the Union County Rain Garden Bus Tour this Saturday, June 17 and learn the landscaping tricks that cut down water bills and help reduce flooding, while adding color and greenery to a property.

Home owners, businesses, nonprofits, religious institutions and government agencies are all welcome.

Public works can qualify for three technical credits.

For details contact Michele Bakacs, ...