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Chatham Township Planning Board Gives Fairmount Country Club Final Approval for Renovations, Additions

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The Chatham Township Planning board voted 6-0 to memorialize the final site plan for additions and renovations at the Fairmount Country Club Credits: TAP Chatham
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New planning board member Craig Krawiec was sworn in by attorney Amanda Wolfe at Monday night's meeting Credits: TAP Chatham
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CHATHAM, NJ - The Fairmount Country Club received final approval with a memorialized 6-0 vote by the Chatham Township Planning Board, allowing for the addition of platform tennis courts and the relocation of its pool, among other renovations, at the planning board meeting held Monday night.

A public hearing and preliminary site plan approval vote took place at the June 19th meeting.

The nine-page resolution approves variances for setbacks and parking, allowing the Fairmount Country Club to construct new platform tennis courts where the current pool is located.

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The plan also calls for relocation of the swimming pool and a new pool deck; a new pool house; a new cart storage building; conversion of the current cart storage building into a maintenance building, and a new parking lot.

In other business, Craig Krawiec was sworn in as a new planning board member.

 

 

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