UNION, NJ – Union residents and business owners are invited to attend a Master Plan Community Meetings, being held on four separate dates in September and October.
“The Master Plan is an effort to update the community’s vision for Union,” stated Mayor Michele Delisfort. “These meetings are designed in an open house format, welcoming our entire community and ensuring that all voices are being heard.”
The meetings schedule is as follows:
- September 9, 10:00 a.m. - Union Senior Center, 968 Bonnel Court
- October 1, 7:00 p.m. - Crossroads Church, 2815 Morris Ave.
- October 23, 7:00 p.m. - Donald M. Payne Vauxhall Meeting Center, 333 Russell St. Vauxhall
- October 29, 7:00 p.m. - YMCA 5 Points Branch, 201 Tucker Ave.
“These Master Plan Community Meetings are an opportunity for residents and business owners to learn about the Master Plan process and provide feedback.” said Debbie Lawlor FAICP, PP from Master Consulting P.A., “Our team will explain the Master Plan process, the elements of the Master Plan that are being prepared, and our anticipated timeline.”
Tables with a planner/municipal representative will be available to discuss several designated topics. Tables will likely include Land Use/Housing; Economic Development; Parking/Circulation; Community Facilities/Stormwater Management; Parks, Recreation and Open Space/Sustainability.