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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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.

At the request of the Planning Board, the commission will conduct a non-binding review of the sub-division application which Greener Homes, LLC and New Generations Property, LLC made at the Feb. 3 Planning Board meeting.

According to Zoning Official Eileen Davitt, all testimony was completed at the Feb. 3 meeting and the Planning Board will vote on the application on March 17 after reviewing the commission’s findings.

The developer applied to the Planning Board for three variances that would allow the lot at 114 Glen Ave. to be divided into two separate lots, presumably with future plans to develop the second lot. In addition, the developer is asking the board to waive an environmental impact statement stating that there would be no adverse impact on either the storm or sanitary system.
The site is home to the former Passarelli family house built in 1885 and designated a historic home within the Wyoming district. The house was originally located at the corner of Chestnut and Sagamore and was moved to its current site at the corner of Glen and Sagamore sometime before 1928. While the house has been designated historic, the property is not designated.

The developer’s planner has testified that there are no plans to demolish the house.
A township ordinance governing re-development of historic properties requires all such applications be reviewed by the Historic Preservation Commission but any recommendation the commission makes is non-binding on the Planning Board.

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