REGULAR MEETING – JULY 17, 2006
1. CALL TO ORDER, SALUTE TO THE FLAG AND SUNSHINE STATEMENT
2. ROLL CALL
4. MINUTES Regular Meeting of June19, 2006.
A. Letter from Burlington County Planning Board dated June 16, 2006 regarding
Bustleton Estates South Subdivision.
B. Letter from Burlington County Planning Board dated May 25, 2006 regarding
Florence Township Fire Hall.
C. Letter from Township Administrator Richard Brook to Todd Hirt, NJDEP dated
July 5, 2006 regarding proposed Winter Street Railroad crossing.
D. Review letter No. 4 from Engineer Morris dated June 22, 2006 regarding
Craft Stewart (Estates at Oak Mill).
E. Letter from Board Clerk Erlston to Township Clerk Weiler dated June 29, 2006
Regarding Fee schedule for Fire District review of Site Plans.
F. Review Letter No. 7 from Engineer Morris dated June 30, 2006 regarding
G. Letter from Richard A. Alaimo to Planning Board Members dated June 28, 2006
regarding inability to work out acceptable meeting schedule.
H. Letter from Engineer Morris to Maitra Associates dated June 15, 2006 regarding
Review of Final plans for Quaker Group
Burlington II, Block 165.01,
I. Letter from Burlington County Planning Board dated June 21, 2006 regarding
Crossroads – Quaker Group
II, Block 165.01,
Regular Meeting – July 17, 2006
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6. INFORMAL REVIEW
Informal Board review of possible improvements to Jesryal, Inc., 2092 Route 130 North
6. OLD BUSINESS
PB#2006-15 for Quaker Group
Applicant is requesting an Extension for Final Major Subdivision approval for
Property located on
Thomas J. Smith, III, Esquire.
Application filed June 1, 2006. Application continued until July 17, 2006.
B. Application PB#2006-06 for Frank Scamporino. Applicant is requesting Minor
Subdivision and Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan approval for construction
of a 15,500 square foot retail center and a 2,000 square foot financial institution
on property located
at Route 130 and
Robert L. Sexton, Esquire
Application received March 6, 2006. Deemed incomplete on April 4, 2005.
Waivers denied and application remains incomplete at April 17, 2006
Planning Board meeting. Application remains incomplete at the May 15, 2006
Meeting. Continued until July 17, 2006 meeting.
PB#2006-06A Review letter from Director of Water and Sewer David
Lebak dated July 6, 2006.
PB#2006-06B Freshwater Wetlands application dated June 27, 2006.
PB#2006-06C Review letter from Chief of Police Gordon Dawson dated
June 30, 2006.
PB#2006-06D Letter from Feist Engineering dated June 29, 2006 regarding
PB#2006-06E Letter from Tax Assessor Dennis Bianchini to Feist Engineering
Dated July 5, 2006 regarding Block and
7. NEW BUSINESS
A. Application PB#2006-17 for Fine Foods and Spirits, Inc. Applicant is requesting
Final Major Site Plan approval for property located at 2120 Route 130 North,
Edward R. Petkevis, Esquire
Regular Meeting – July 17, 2006
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Application filed June 30, 2006.
PB#2006-17A Letter from Attorney Edward R. Petkevis withdrawing
PB#2006-17B Letter from Attorney Petkevis addressing the Board’s concern of
an alleged oil tank on the subject property including a contract
with Arecon LTD. to perform an environmental investigations.
PB#2006-17C Certification of the Soil and Sediment Plan dated May 1, 2006.
PB#2006-17D Letter of Interpretation for Block 165.01,
PB#2006-17E Review letter from Police Chief Gordon Dawson dated
July 6, 2006.
B. Application PB#2006-16 Joseph Gallina. Applicant is requesting
Preliminary Major Site Plan approval with bulk variances for property located at
2107 Route 130 South, Block 110, Lots 3.01 and 8.01
Jonas Singer, Esquire
Application filed June 6, 2006.
PB#2006-16A Review letter from Florence Township Environmental
Commission dated June 19, 2006.
8. OTHER BUSINESS
A. Resolution PB-2006-28 for Hapco Petroleum which was tabled by the Board at’
The June 19, 2006 meeting.
A1. Letter to Attorney Robert Sexton dated June 20, 2006 advising him
of the tabling of Resolution PB-2006-28.
A2. Review letter from Township Engineer Dante Guzzi dated June
9. PUBLIC COMMENTS
10. MASTER PLAN REVIEW/DISCUSSION
B. Cross Acceptance
C. Wastewater Management
D. Stormwater Management