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Westfield Denies Double Home Build that Riled Neighborhood

December 4, 2018

WESTFIELD, NJ — When Brian Murphy moved into his New England Drive home in 1986, he thought his residence was the last new home on the block.

So when a developer proposed tearing down a home on his street and building two in its place, he became concerned. 

Murphy, now 71, said he doesn’t want the neighborhood of stately homes with wide lots to be disturbed, something ...

Westfield’s First Revaluation in 35 Years Could Potentially Bring ‘Wild Changes’ for Some

Homeowners will receive letters notifying them their new assessments in January and February, according to Realty Appraisal Company.

WESTFIELD, NJ — The average home is assessed at $180,913, the sixth highest of Union County’s 21 towns, state data shows.

That is about to change as the town undergoes a revaluation of its 9,200 taxable properties, the first full ...

Westfield Neighbors Fuming Over Proposed Double Home Build

WESTFIELD, NJ — Should a developer be allowed to build two homes on a property where one exists?

Although the Planning Board made no decision Monday, it considered an application with this aim as a developer proposed subdividing a property of just over half-an-acre at 885 New England Drive, and an attorney representing neighbors argued against the subdivision.

About 50 residents, some ...


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