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.

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Zoning Board sets next hearing for Dec. 5; will dismiss matter if officials don't attend.


By Laura Griffin Millburn Short Hills Patch October 4, 2011

Stop & Shop application lands in Town Hall


Wednesday, July 6, 2011



The long-awaited application for a possible variance for the construction of a Stop & Shop supermarket on Millburn Avenue is currently being reviewed by Millburn Zoning Officer Eileen Davitt.

They say a proper environmental review for the mini golf course and its parking was never completed.

By Jennifer Connic

Millburn officials and residents are concerned what a plan for miniature golf and restaurant could mean for South Mountain Reservation and want proper environmental review for the project.

Janet Pizar, a Millburn resident, raised concerns about the project during Tuesday's Township Committee meeting, and committee members in turn said they have their own concerns.

They believe the Board of Adjustment's approval was needed before the county approved the application.

By Jennifer Connic

Township officials are saying "not so fast" about the county Planning Board approving an application for Stop & Shop to move to a Millburn Avenue site.

The Essex County Planning Board approved driveway access from the former Saks Fifth Avenue site onto Millburn Avenue last fall. The site itself is in Springfield. The plan for the grocery store owned by Royal Ahold to open at the site was approved there after a court battle.

By Patricia C. Kelley
February 24, 2010, 12:53PM

MILLBURN — The Millburn Historic Preservation Commission has scheduled a special meeting on Thursday, March 4, at 7:30 p.m. in Town Hall to consider the proposed subdivision of 114 Glen Ave., the site of an historic home.

By Christine Castaldo
The Alternative Press

MILLBURN, NJ - The Millburn Zoning Board met on Monday, February 22 to discuss an addition onto a local home within the area. The home, which was established in 1937, has not had any previous work done on it and is in need of some modern renovations.

The Item of Millburn and Short Hills
Thursday, February 11, 2010

Developers from Greener Homes, LLC looking to subdivide property in Millburn’s historic Wyoming district are going to have to wait a little longer.

The Millburn Planning Board voted Feb. 3 to forward the major subdivision application of 114 Glen Ave. to the Historic Preservation Commission for comment before approving the project.

City authorizes attorney to intervene in lawsuit over
proposed development adjacent to Short Hills

By Jennifer Connic

The Township Committee Tuesday night voted to get involved in the Livingston affordable housing case after several pleas from area residents asking for help.

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