The Brick Township Council, by a vote of 5-0, has voted to overturn the use variance granted by the Zoning Board of Adjustment to Paramount Homes for Traders Cove.
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— Rutgers Environmental Clinic to represent SBB in CAFRA appeal.
The Brick Township Council, by a vote of 5-0, has voted to overturn the Zoning Board of Adjustment use variance granted to Paramount Homes for Traders Cove.
A BIG THANK YOU to the crowd of 150 Brick Township Save Barnegat Bay supporters who turned out to encourage the Council to do the right thing.
Here’s where things stand now:
– The zoning board variance is nullified.
– The developer has appealed the decision of the Township Council to Superior Court.
– The Court has requested that the parties to the dispute — the Township of Brick, Save Barnegat Bay and developer Paramount Homes — attempt a mediated settlement under the auspices of the Court. All parties have agreed to attempt a settlement.
– Meanwhile, Save Barnegat Bay and the Association of New Jersey Environmental Commission, represented by the Rutgers Environmental Law Clinic, have filed an APPEAL of the State of New Jersey’s DEP CAFRA approval that was granted to the developer last September.
HOW YOU CAN HELP:
Write Freeholder John Bartlett, PO Box 2191, Toms River, NJ 08754 and ask the Ocean County Freeholders to purchase Traders Cove as a County Park.
– Rutgers Environmental Clinic to represent SBB in CAFRA APPEAL.
– Read about the Traders Cove developer’s Highly deficient Stormwater Plan.
– Read about See Traders Cove from the developers point of view.
– Read it in the Observer.
– Read it in the Asbury Park Press.