A Christmas Gift For Clark Seniors

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We are happy to announce during the Christmas season, a special gift to the senior citizens of Clark. That gift comes in our announcement that the town planning board has overwhelmingly given the final approval of the construction plans to build 329 affordable senior citizens housing units for 62 and over and 55 age restricted.

The developers stated that as soon as all the permits from county and local government are secured, the demolition process to clear the land and a groundbreaking ceremony could possibly commence in the spring of 2011.

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The additional benefits will be to the Clark homeowners. This project will result in a major tax ratable in the hundreds of thousands annually to offset taxes to support the community and the school system. This project will not only not be at the cost of the taxpayers of Clark, but rather is solely privately funded.

The township of Clark is now preparing for the future by assisting us to improve the quality of life to our current and future senior citizens of Clark in the autumn of their lives. They will have the opportunity to remain in this community close to their family and friends and in a long term friendly environment.

We are very grateful to all the participants that made this project happen, to our developer, Garden Homes, who are investing millions of dollars to build this complex, the town council, the Major and his administration, and the town engineer and administrator who stood by us over the last decade to bring this project to fruition.

We would like to wish our community a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year on behalf of all the members of the Senior Housing Corporation.

Bill Caruso
President of the Clark Senior Housing Corporation


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