CAMDEN, NJ — For the second time this year, the Camden zoning board canceled its monthly meeting.
A reason for the January and February cancelations was not provided on the city website.
Zoning Board secretary Evita Davis would not disclose specifically why the meetings were canceled, but told TAPinto Camden that there was a “lack of quorum” — meaning not enough voting board members set to attend.
Items on the docket for new business, per the January agenda, included Joseph Incandela’s proposed construction of a three-story building for student housing at 515-519 North 3rd St. The structure — which needs a use variance and site plan approval — would include three studio-apartments and nine one-bedroom apartments.
Also proposed on that agenda: a community garden at 301-303 Erie St. by JRM Property Management, a storage shed at 260 East 24th St. by Rudy Matos — NS Mickle, a three-family home by Bobby Jones at 827 Walnut St., and a used-car sales auto body shop by Yousaf Javed of Camden Auto at 1215-1221 South 6th St.
The monthly meeting is typically held on the second floor of City Hall on the first Monday of each month — which would make the tentative date of the next meeting March 2.