The plan calls for a 14,500-square-foot CVS to be built on the corner currently occupied by several houses. The developer has also offered to donate a piece of the land to the county for a proposed intersection improvement, if the application is approved.
At the previous meeting, traffic engineer Gary Dean took questions from the board and public about his testimony. According to Dean, the CVS would have an "imperceptible" impact on traffic at the busy intersection, if the proposed improvement is built.
The board also considered a letter from their engineer, Chris Statile, who suggested several changes to the plan after meeting with Bergen County representatives.
The Washington Township Zoning Board meets at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Municipal Complex.