TAP Into Another Town's News:

TAP Into Another Town's News:

Advertise On TAP »

Lost in Suburbia®

Getting Under My Skin

“What do you think this is?” my husband asked me, pointing to his elbow. “That is your elbow,” I stated matter-of-factly. “No, these red spots,” he ...

Read the Full Story »

Today's Events

Police Blotter

Maplewood Police Blotter - June 30

June 30, 2015

June 23 - Bicycle Theft; During the daytime hours an improperly secured bicycle was taken from the bicycle rack at the train station. June 25 - Auto Theft; Some time during the previous five ...

Read the Full Story »

Monday with Millicent

Westfield Art Association (WAA) Members Exhibit Artwork at Mulberry House in Westfield

Come View the Exhibit and Stay for Lunch or Dinner Westfield, New Jersey, is buzzing about the first in a series of exhibitions that will be presented by Members of the Westfield Art Association ...

Read the Full Story »

Featured Real Estate Listing

Georgian Colonial

  • South Orange/Maplewood
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3.5
  • Price: $775,000.00

Featured Business Listing

Levine, Jacobs & Company, LLC

Twitter

Maplewood Asks Three Developers to Submit Full Post Office Site Proposals

By DAVID LACKEY

October 18, 2013 at 3:11 PM

MAPLEWOOD, NJ - The Township Committee's Economic Development Committee has selected three finalists out the eight applicants to submit plans for the redevelopment of the post office site.

The committee had interviewed all eight firms in an effort to determine which they felt would be most likely to envision and create a plan for the site that would benefit the village most. The three developers moving to the next round are: L&M Garden State Associates; Murray Construction in conjunction with Woodmont Properties; and Wainco Realty.  Each will now submit more detailed proposals to the township.

Mayor Victor DeLuca had indicated previously that the committee hoped to choose a developer by the end of the year.

Numerous residents have expressed to the Township Committee that they would like an opportunity for the public to see and comment upon the various proposals before a final plan is chosen. Whether that will happen with the three final proposals once they are submitted is unknown at this time. DeLuca could not be reached for comment as of this writing.

Sign Up for E-News