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Public Hearings


Wednesday, September 12

Galloway Township Planning Board Resolution 6A-2018 and Ordinances 1993-2018 and 1994-2018

Resolution 6A-2018 adopts the Township's 2018 Housing Element and Fair Share Plan, which contains updated data and analysis on the Township's current and projected demographic, housing stock, and employment characteristics as well as an updated Fair Share Plan for the cumulative period 1987-2025. The Township's Fair Share Plan indicates a rehabilitation obligation of 180 units, a prior round obligation of 328 units and a third round prospective need of 884 units. Also included in the Fair Share Plan are detailed descriptions of the residential development projects, both completed and anticipated, that address the municipality's obligation.

Ordinances 1993-2018 and 1994-2018 adopt amendments necessary to implement the recommendations of the 2018 Housing Element and Fair Share Plan.

Ordinance 1993-2018 amends Chapter 233 (Land Management) of the Code of Galloway Township by creating a new Article XII, entitled "Affordable Housing". The new Article XII includes provisions relating to rehabilitation, accessory apartments, new construction guidelines, affirmative marketing, occupancy standards and other administrative and enforcement matters related to affordable housing. Ordinance 1993-2018 also adopts affordable housing set-aside requirements applicable to residential development in the Township's Regional Growth Area, Pinelands Villages and Pinelands Town area. Specifically, a 20 percent set-aside is required for all residential projects of five or more units and all mixed-use projects containing five or more residential units.

Ordinance 1994-2018 adopts a Redevelopment Plan for the White Horse Pike Corridor Phase 4A - Block 460, Lots 4-11 and Block 461, Lots 1-5 and 6.01-6.06.  The new Redevelopment Area, also known as the Nantucket Redevelopment Area, encompasses approximately 60 acres within the HC-2 (Highway Commercial) District in the Pinelands Regional Growth Area.  Permitted uses in the Nantucket Redevelopment Area are limited to mixed use development, consisting of market multi-family and affordable multi-family residential development and community commercial/office uses. Maximum residential density is 10 units per acre. Twenty percent of all units must be set aside as affordable housing units. Pinelands Development Credits must be used for 30 percent of all market rate units. 

 

PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP ORDINANCE 13-2018

Adopts amendments to the Browns Mills Town Center Redevelopment Plan. These amendments include a new zoning plan for the Redevelopment Area that reflects revised permitted uses and residential densities.  Four new zoning districts are established, referred to as the TC-MU (Town Center Mixed Use), TC-R (Town Center Retail), TC-N (Town Center Neighborhood) and TC-WD (Town Center Waterfront Development) Districts. Various types of residential development are permitted in the TC-MU, TC-N and TC-WD Districts, including single-family detached units, attached single-family units (duplexes and townhouses), apartments and assisted living facilities.  Permitted densities range from five to 20 units per acre, with requirements for the use of Pinelands Development Credits associated with residential developments of five or more units.

The hearings will be held at 9:30 a.m. at the Pinelands Commission Office, 15C Springfield Road, New Lisbon, NJ.  Written testimony may be submitted at the hearing or sent directly to the Pinelands Commission, 15C Springfield Rd, P.O. Box 359, New Lisbon, NJ 08064 or via facsimile at (609) 894-7330 or by email through the Commission’s web site at http://www.state.nj.us/pinelands/home/contact/public.shtml no later than September 14, 2018.  For further information, please call the Pinelands Commission at (609) 894-7300. 

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29

Proposed Regulatory Amendments to the Pinelands Comprehensive Management Plan (CMP) Relating to the Pilot Program for Alternate Design Wastewater Treatment Systems

The hearing will be held at 9:30 a.m. at the Offices of the Pinelands Commission, Richard J. Sullivan Center, 15C Springfield Road, New Lisbon, New Jersey. A quorum of the Commission may be present at the hearing, but no formal action will be taken.

If you would like to pre-register to testify at the hearing, please contact Ms. Betsy Piner at the Pinelands Commission office, (609) 894-7300 or (planning@pinelands.nj.gov).  You may also register to testify at the hearing.

Written comments may be submitted to Ms. Susan R. Grogan, Chief Planner, Pinelands Commission, 15 Springfield Road, P.O. Box 359, New Lisbon, New Jersey 08064. The Commission will also accept written comments by facsimile (609) 894-7330 or e-mail (planning@pinelands.nj.gov) or through the Commission’s website at http://www.nj.gov/pinelands/home/contact/public.shtml.

All written comments must be received by September 14, 2018 and must include the name and mailing address of the commenter. Commenters who do not wish their names and affiliations to be published in any notice of adoption subsequently prepared by the Commission should so indicate when they submit their comments. 

The proposed amendments are scheduled to be published as a rule proposal in the July 16, 2018 issue of the New Jersey Register. The proposal may be viewed here.

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