CLARK – The Planning Board will continue to hear details tonight about a proposed development on the Miele’s Greenhouse property on Lake Avenue that would bring 39 condo units to the township.
The meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium of Arthur L. Johnson High School on Westfield Avenue to accommodate the large crowd that is expected.
The development is opposed by the Clark Neighbors, a group of Clark residents who are fighting what they perceive to be the overdevelopment of the township. Through their website, clarkneighbors.com, the group asks: “With so little greenspace left in Clark, do we really need multi-family housing on every available piece of open land? Or do we need to protect the value of our homes, the quality of our neighborhoods as they currently exist and keep the small town feel which brought us to Clark?”
Developer George Sangiuliano told the Clark-Garwood Patch that the proposed Stone Hill Village project meets all legal requirements and will be an asset to the town.
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