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Church Mall Project Application to Springfield Planning Board Continued to October Meeting

Baltusrol on course restroom rendition Credits: Robert Kopacz
Planning Board Credits: Robert Kopacz
During Planning Board meeting Credits: Robert Kopacz

SPRINGFIELD, NJ - The Springfield Planning Board announced at the beginning of its September 6, 2017 meeting that the application of Veale Holdings, LLC for redevelopment of what is referred to as the Church Mall Project had been Continued to the October 4th meeting.

Board Attorney Alexander Fisher, who announced the continuance, further noted that the meeting might have its date changed, and that there would be no re-notice of the meeting.

Board member Jeff Tiger asked Planning Board Chairman Jerry Fernandez, whether the applicant had been made aware that the Board had several concerns expressed at the July 12th meeting. “All our concerns from the previous meeting” would be addressed,affirmed Mr. Fernandez.

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Mr. Fisher also affirmed that the applicant had been notified of all concerns and further noted that the applicant itself had asked for a continuance, suggesting that it required more time to respond to the Board’s concerns.

Apart from announcing the continuance, the Board heard one application, that of Baltusol Golf Club for on course restroom facilities. After hearing evidence, the Board unanimously approved the application.

In other Board business, the Board passed two resolutions unanimously, 6-2017-S regarding the application by Summit Hill at Springfield for its Pool Club House, and 5-2017-s, the application of 21 Fadem Realty for overhead garage door and parking changes.

The Board also welcomed two new members to its body, Silviene Grzybowski and Tara Benigno.

The next Planning Board meeting will be held on October 4th at 7:00 p.m, in the Township Committee Meeting Room, 100 Mountatin Avenue, Springfield, NJ. Residents interested in attending the meeting are encouraged to check for any date changes to the October Meeting. is Springfield’s free daily news source. Sign up for our daily eNews and follow us on Facebook and Twitter @TAPSpringfield.

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