Proposed Monarch Development will go before Hoboken Planning Board Tuesday
Jul 09, 2012 | 3956 views | 1 1 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend | print
HOBOKEN -- A controversial development project will go before the city's planning board Tuesday, July 10 at 7 p.m. in the Wallace School Gym at 1100 Willow Ave.

Ironstate Development seeks to erect two 11-story residential buildings just east of the Hudson Tea Building near the waterfront. The Hoboken City Council and Mayor Dawn Zimmer have all opposed the project. In fact, the city is currently involved in a lawsuit with the developer over project plans. The developer has said that it is unfair that city politicians openly opposed the project before it came before the city board.

The project received the go-ahead from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, but the city has vowed to appeal the DEP's decision in the lawsuit.

The Hudson County Planning Board voted against the project in February. The developer will likely have to revise the proposal and go back to the county to gain their approval, sources said.

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July 09, 2012
Beth? Beth Mason? Yoo-hoo? Beeeeee-eeeeethhhhhh???? You there?

What a freaking gold-plated phony she has turned out to be. Beyond wildest expectations. Take a bow, Beth!