Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Condo Alert



Last Sunday’s(2/26) Times had a feature article on one of Bloomfield’s latest Condo developments.This one is planned as a conversion of the current Parkview “nursing home” next to the Green at the end of Church St. where the owner wants to put 11 townhouses where currently there is one historic 1890 era house. The house has connections to the landmarked 1796 church on the Green which is next door. The application for significant variances is being heard before the Zoning Board. A vocal coalition of homeowners and Historical Society representatives (photo) have asked residents throughout the township to turnout at the next Board meeting at City Hall on Thursday March 9th.

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