Patterson Street Apartment Hearing Delayed
An attorney for the developer asked the Hillsdale Planning Board to hold the hearing until March because of an error with the application.
A hearing for a proposed 57-unit apartment building on Patterson Street in Hillsdale, originally scheduled for Wednesday night, was held until March because of an error with the application.
Ira Weiner, an attorney for the developer, said that there had not been enough copies of the plan distributed to the borough for the Hillsdale Planning Board, which will be hearing the plan. He asked that the board hold the hearing until their March 19 meeting.
"Rather than try to force something where there's an error, I want to make sure all the towns' procedures have been follow properly," Weiner said.
The plan calls for a three-story complex to be built on a wooded piece of property next to the PSE&G substation. Several residents have already shared concerns about the plan.
The board agreed to hold the hearing, which will now take place at their meeting March 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the Municipal Building. It will be the second application heard that night.