This proposed 16,350 square foot house of worship would require
65% more land than owned to meet the legal requirements.
The structure would be too big, too high, too wide, too close to neighbors,
and without a major variance, would not be legal.

Contributions can be made to:
Connell Foley LLP
Attorney Trust Account
Please mail check to:
Connell Foley LLP
85 Livingston Avenue
Roseland NJ 07068,
Attn: Kevin J. Coakley
(Funds only distributed with consent of the Association's trustees)

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By Patricia C. Kelley
February 16, 2010, 10:40AM

MILLBURN — It has nothing to do with religion they say, it's all about the zoning and transparency.

"We have no quarrel with the rabbi or his organization" said Bob Sanna, a member of the Concerned Neighborhood Association of Millburn Township, Inc. (also called Save Millburn), the group that is opposed to Rabbi Mendel Bogomilsky's plans to expand the Chai Center for Living Judaism to a new building on the corner of Jefferson Avenue and Old Short Hills Road.

 

Tuesday, February 16, 2010
BY LAURA D'ONOFRIO

THE RECORD OF THE ITEM -Millburn/Short Hills

The Concerned Neighborhood Association’s open public meeting has been rescheduled to Feb. 24, 7:30 p.m., at the Bauer Community Center in Taylor Park.

By LOIS DESOCIO
NY Times Local
February 10, 2010

Rabbi Mendel Bogomilsky wants a variance to build a new structure on his Millburn property.

The meeting of the Concerned Neighborhood Association of Millburn Township www.savemillburn.com scheduled for tonight has been postponed because of the blizzard.

The association, which leaders said is made up of Millburn residents, is fighting the township over a request by Rabbi Mendel Bogomilsky for a special variance from the Milburn Zoning Board of Adjustment to construct a new building for the Chai Center for Living Judaism.

2/8/2010
TheAlternativePress.com

The Concerned Neighborhood Association of Millburn Township, www.SaveMillburn.com, is working to stop substantial zoning exceptions in the town.

The Chai Center for Living Judaism has proposed to construct a new building on Jefferson Avenue.
By Jennifer Connic
Feb. 8, 2010
Millburn-ShortHillsPatch

The Chai Center for Living Judaism has proposed to construct a synagogue on Jefferson Avenue, and some residents are concerned about the zoning precedent it could set.

Save Millburn is the name for the local, registered, non-profit group,
The Concerned Neighborhood Association of Millburn Township, Inc. - Email Help@SaveMillburn.com