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Planning Board Approves Plan To Subdivide Vanderbilt Lot For Home Construction

A township resident won Planning Board approval June 18 for her plan to split a Vanderbilt Avenue lot into two to allow her to build a home close to her family. Margaret DeGeorge told the board that she currently lives in a townhouse on the other side of town, and she wants to be closer […]

Italian Deli/Market Approved For Kingston

Italian Deli/Market Approved For Kingston

Kingston will soon be getting a new Italian deli and market on Route 27. The Planning Board at its May 7 meeting approved expansion plans for a building at 4587 Route 27, owned by township resident Gennaro Costabile. Costabile, owner of Gennaro’s Restaurant in Princeton, needed to expand the rear of the building by 400 […]

New Homes, Warehouses Approved By Planning Board

Applications to build two homes on undersized lots on Douglas Avenue and two warehouses on Roosevelt Avenue were approved at the March 5 Planning Board meeting. The home developer, Edison-based Gregory Kingburk,wants to build two, two-story homes with four bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, he told teh board. The homes would also have full basements and […]

NJ Tabernacle Gets Approval For Church, But It Comes With Many Restrictions

NJ Tabernacle Gets Approval For Church, But It Comes With Many Restrictions

The Zoning Board had Como Drive residents on its mind Jan. 9 when it approved a proposal to build a 3,935-square-foot church at the street’s intersection with Cedar Grove Lane. The unanimous approval came with a laundry list of restrictions: Church services can only be held on Sundays and Thursdays The church parking lot cannot […]

Concrete Plant, Residential Balconies, Outdoor Storage Approved By Planning Board

The Planning Board on Jan. 8 approved applications for Trap Rock Industries to build a concrete plant, balconies for a Somerset Street housing development and an outdoor storage plan for a Randolph Road water tank manufacturer. Trap Rock got the OK from the board to construct a 2,400-square-foot concrete manufacturing plant on its property off […]

Controversial Digital Billboard Wins Approval; Matter Still Not Settled

Controversial Digital Billboard Wins Approval; Matter Still Not Settled

An application for a controversial digital billboard near Grant Street and Davidson Avenue was approved Dec. 18 by the Planning Board, but that’s not the final word in the matter. That’s because the issue of the Constitutionality of a township ordinance banning digital billboards is making its way through the state Appellate Court system, with […]

Approved Warehouse Parking Lot Plan Includes Removal of 900 Trees

A plan to provide for tractor-trailer parking at a Clyde Road warehouse – including the removal of about 900 trees from the property – won Planning Board approval at its Oct. 16 meeting. The 40-year-old warehouse at 60 Clyde Road needs tractor-trailer parking to remain competitive, the applicant’s attorney, Peter Lanfrit, told the board. “He’s […]

Medical Office Building Wins Planning Board Approval

Medical Office Building Wins Planning Board Approval

A proposal to build a two-story, 22,000-square-foot medical office building on Veronica Avenue won Planning Board approval at the Oct. 16 meeting. The proposal, submitted by Dr. Didier Demesmin of University Pain Medicine Center, sparked some conversation by the board members over the proposed number of parking spaces before it won approval. Demesmin’s plan is […]

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