PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE
TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on
SEPTEMBER 10, 1998 at 7:30 p.m. in the Municipal Building, 430 Park Avenue, Scotch Plains, New Jersey, the Scotch Plains Zoning Board of Adjustment will hold a public hearing to consider the following appeal(s) for variances:
JOAN GROVES for a Temporary Operating Permit to allow the temporary placement of a mobile home at the property located at 1635 FRANK STREET (BLOCK NO. 16201, LOT NO. 5), Scotch Plains. Permission, if granted, is pursuant to Section 23-4.3 of the Zoning Ordinance allowing for temporary permission for a period not to exceed one (1) year.
JEROME and LIZA ROSENZWEIG for a Variance to permit the installation of a sixfoot-high fence at the property located at 2 FENIMORE DRIVE (Block No. 11902, Lot No. 9),
Scotch Plains, contrary to Section 23-2.3o of the Zoning Ordinance whereby maximum height for fencing in the front yard area is four (4) feet; proposed six (6) feet.
ILYA and GAIL SIBER for a Use Variance to permit the construction and operation of a childcare center at the property located at 1650 RARITAN ROAD (BLOCK NO. 14001, LOT NO. 5), Scotch Plains. Said use is prohibited in the R-1 Zone pursuant to Section 23.3.5 of the Zoning Ordinance. In addition, bulk variances from the following sections of the Zoning Ordinance are also being requested:
Section 23-3.4a, Paragraph A
Column 2 whereby minimum lot width required is 160 feet; existing and proposed: 100 feet;
Column 8 whereby minimum side-yard setback required is thirty (30) feet; proposed: 9.5 feet; and
Column 9 whereby minimum total for both side-yard setbacks
is sixty-five (65) feet; proposed: 23.5 feet. If the above Use Variance is granted, a Site Plan application will be required which will be heard on a date to be determined and subsequently announced.
DION NATALE for a Use Variance to permit the addition of a second-floor apartment over a contractor’s storage yard at the property located at 2378 WALDHEIM AVENUE (Block No. 6801, Lot No. 29), Scotch Plains. Said use is prohibited in the M-1 Zone pursuant to Section 23.3.14d7(g) of the Zoning Ordinance which prohibits any type of residential use in said Zone. In addition, bulk variances from the following sections of the Zoning Ordinance are also being requested:
Section 23-3.4a, Paragraph N Column 3 whereby minimum lot size required is 7,500 square feet; existing and proposed: 5,500 square feet; and
Column 4 whereby minimum lot width required is 75 feet; existing and proposed: fifty (50) feet. In addition, applicant is requesting Site Plan approval for this project together with any and all design waivers which may be deemed necessary.
MARTIN SCHMIEDE for a Use Variance to permit the addition of a second floor to the contractor’s storage yard, which is a nonconforming use in the B-2 Zone pursuant to Section 23-3.11 of the Zoning Ordinance, at the property located at 2298 SOUTH AVENUE (Block No. 8201, Lot No. 16), Scotch Plains. The proposed addition constitutes an expansion of the non-conforming use. Applicant is also requesting modifications to the previouslyapproved Site Plan for this site. All interested persons may be present and be heard.
The file pertaining to this application is in the Office of the Zoning Board of Adjustment, 430 Park Avenue, 2nd Floor, Scotch Plains, and is available for public inspection during regular office hours.
Linda M. Lies Secretary to the Zoning Board of Adjustment
Township of Scotch Plains 1 T – 8/27/98, The Times Fee: $99.96
PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE
TOWN OF WESTFIELD NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that the Town of Westfield will sell at public auction, all its right, title and interest in the following vacant property:
Address and Tax Lot and Approximate Size Minimum Block Number Price
900 Union Street 150x178x229 $150,000.00 Lot No. 3.011 Block No. 3607 16,900 Square Feet
(triangular) 900 Union Street 84x170 $150,000.00 Lot No. 3.012 Block No. 3607 16,100 Square Feet
CONDITIONS OF SALE
1. Bids at open auction will be received by the Mayor and Council of the Town of Westfield on Friday, September 18, 1998 at 3:00 o’clock p.m., prevailing time, in the Council Chambers at the Municipal Building, 425 East Broad Street, Westfield, New Jersey, in accordance with N.J.S.A. 40A:12-13 et seq., for the purchase of the aforesaid real property owned by the Town of Westfield. 2. Such public bids at open auction must be made in person at the place and the hour
mentioned above, at the call of the auctioneer and must be accompanied by cash or a certified check, made payable to the order of the Treasurer of the Town of Westfield, in an amount equal to at least 10% of the amount of the bid. The Town will accept a certified check for 10% of the minimum price and a personal check for 10% of the difference between the minimum price and the amount of the bid. If the successful bidder neglects, refuses or fails to complete and perform the purchase of this real property and pay the balance of the bid price on tender of the deed by the Town, his deposit shall be retained by the Town of Westfield on account of, as and for, liquidated damages for such failure to perform. 3. The Town Council of the Town of Westfield reserves the right to accept or reject the
highest bid, or any and all bids, and receipt of the highest bid at public auction does not constitute such acceptance, which requires a Resolution of the Town Council. The auctioneer is authorized to withdraw any property from auction at any time at his sole discretion. 4. All these properties are larger than the size required for development under the
Municipal Land Use Ordinance or have variances permitting development and are without capital improvements. 5. All sales are subject to a deed restriction that the property may only be used for the
development of detached single family dwellings. 6. The property will be sold in an “as is” condition and subject to:
(a) any and all restrictions and easements of record, if any, including particularly an easement for the existing stream. (b) such state of facts as an accurate survey may reveal, and any and all applicable
municipal zoning restrictions and any limitations on development or utilization imposed by the presence of fresh water wetlands or transition areas, if any, the presence of a detention basin to the rear and the location of an open stream on the right side of Lot No. 3.011 Block No. 3607 at the property line. A copy of a map prepared by the Town Engineer’s office showing the locations of the features known to exist is available in office of the Town Engineer for inspection. (c) the balance of the purchase price in cash or certified check to be paid to the Town
at the time of closing of title, which closing shall take place no later than forty (40) days subsequent to the time of acceptance of the bid by the Town. (d) no real estate or legal commission will be paid by the Town. (e) the name or names of the grantee which the bidder wishes in the deed is to be given
to the auctioneer at the time of the auction. (f) the Town will convey title by “Bargain and Sale Deed”, which deed will not be
accompanied by an Affidavit of Title. 7. The Town of Westfield will install all street drainage, curbing, and grade and install the
road base course on Union Street as well as an improved drainage system on Sherman Street, at its own cost and expense. At closing, each purchaser of these lots shall pay to the Town of Westfield the amount as shown below to establish an escrow to pay the cost of the finished macadam top course for the portion of Union Street abutting these properties to the street center line.
Lot No. 3.011 $1010.00 Lot No. 3.012 $560.00 After construction on the lots are complete, the Town of Westfield will utilize these funds as well as other funds to complete the final paving of Union Street and will refund any escrow amount in excess of that required to install the top course in front of each of these properties. 8. The development will be subject to a tree save plan approved by the Town Engineer. 9. The purchasers will be required to pay the town attorney the sum of $700.00 as
document preparation fees for each parcel at closing. 1 T – 8/27 & 9/3/98 Fee: $246.84
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVISION, UNION COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F-5083-96.
BLUE BONNET SAVINGS BANK, FSB, PLAINTIFF vs. ISIDRO RODRIGUES, ET ALS., DEFENDANT.
CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, DATED JUNE 12, 1998 FOR SALE OF MORTGAGED PREMISES.
By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public vendue, on the 6th Floor of the Union County Court House (Tower) 2 Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey on WEDNESDAY THE 2ND DAY OF SEPTEMBER A.D., 1998 at two o’clock in the afternoon of said day. All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales.
The judgment amount is $179,375.96. Property to be sold is located in the City of Elizabeth, County of Union, State of New Jersey.
Premises commonly known as 254 Inslee Place, Elizabeth, New Jersey.
BEING KNOWN as Lot No. 274, Block No. 1 on the official Tax Map of the City of Elizabeth.
Dimensions: (approximately) 100.00 feet x 25.00 feet.
Nearest Cross Street: 3rd Street. There is due approximately the sum of $184,072.19 together with lawful interest and costs.
There is a full legal description on file in the Union County Sheriff’s Office.
The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale.
RALPH FROEHLICH SHERIFF FEDERMAN AND PHELAN, Attorneys Suite 505 Sentry Office Plaza 216 Haddon Avenue Westmont, New Jersey 08108 CH-753933 (WL) 4 T 8/6, 8/13, 8/20 & 8/27/98 Fee: $161.16
TOWN OF WESTFIELD INVITATION TO BID
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE TOWN CLERK OF THE TOWN OF WESTFIELD, NEW JERSEY, ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1998 AT 10:00 A.M. PREVAILING TIME AT THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING, 425 EAST BROAD STREET, WESTFIELD, NEW JERSEY FOR THE RENTAL OF EQUIPMENT USED IN THE COLLECTION OF LEAVES FROM THE STREETS, WALKWAYS, AND PARKING LOTS IN THE TOWN OF WESTFIELD.
EQUIPMENT TO BE RENTED ON AN HOURLY BASIS WITH OPERATOR, OR AN ELAPSED TIME BASIS, WITHOUT OPERATOR, INCLUDES TRACTOR TRAILERS, DUMP TRUCKS, AND RUBBER TIRED FRONT END LOADERS.
THE SPECIFICATIONS ALSO INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING ALTERNATE ITEMS:
D. HAULING FROM THE TOWN CONSERVATION CENTER TO THE UNION COUNTY COMPOST-ING FACILITY IN SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP ON A FIXED UNIT PRICE BASIS, EXCLUSIVE OF DISPOSAL FEE. E. HAULING FROM THE TOWN CON
SERVATION CENTER TO AN APPROVED PRIVATE COMPOSTING FACILITY ON A FIXED UNIT PRICE BASIS, INCLUSIVE OF DISPOSAL FEE. PROPOSALS MUST BE IN WRITING AT THE PLACE AND BEFORE THE HOUR MENTIONED ABOVE, AND MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A CERTIFIED CHECK, OR BID BOND, MADE PAYABLE TO THE TREASURER OF THE TOWN OF WESTFIELD, IN THE AMOUNT OF TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS ($200.00) TO INSURE EXECUTION OF THE CONTRACT.
BIDDERS MUST BE IN COMPLIANCE WITH ALL PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 127 PL 1975, SUPPLEMENT TO THE LAW AGAINST DISCRIMINATION (AFFIRMATIVE ACTION).
SPECIFICATIONS MAY BE SEEN AND PROCURED AT THE OFFICE OF THE TOWN ENGINEER, PUBLIC WORKS CENTER, 959 NORTH AVENUE, WEST, WESTFIELD, NEW JERSEY.
THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS AND TO WAIVE ANY INFORMALITY, IF IN THE INTEREST OF THE TOWN, IT IS DEEMED ADVISABLE TO DO SO.
KENNETH B. MARSH TOWN ENGINEER 1 T – 8/27/98, The Times Fee: $53.55
Public Notice is hereby given that a resolution as follows was passed and adopted by the Council of the Town of Westfield at a meeting thereof held August 11, 1998.
Joy C. Vreeland Town Clerk
RESOLUTION WHEREAS, there exists a need for professional services to provide a comprehensive energy management program designed to deliver substantial immediate and long term energy cost savings to the Town, and
WHEREAS, NUIESI Energy Solutions, Inc., One Elizabethtown Plaza, P.O. Box 3175, Union, New Jersey 07083-1975, has agreed to provide the necessary services as outlined in the document entitled “Union County Energy Program” submitted by NUI dated April 2, 1998, and
WHEREAS, it is estimated that the Town can realize substantial energy costs savings over the contract term, and
WHEREAS, it is vital that the program should immediately take full advantage of natural gas and electricity deregulation which is currently at hand, and
WHEREAS, the Local Public Contracts Law requires that a Resolution authorizing the awarding of a contract for professional services “without competitive bidding” must be passed by the governing body and shall be advertised and be available for inspection by members of the public, and
WHEREAS, this contract is awarded without competitive bidding as a “Professional Service” in accordance with 40A: 11 -5(1)(a) of the Local Public Contracts Law because the services to be provided are engineering services furnished by licensed professional engineers and experts in related components;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED
by the Town Council of the Town of Westfield that NUI Energy Solutions, Inc. is hereby awarded a contract to provide the necessary services as outlined in the above document for a three year period commencing August 11, 1998, and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the award of such contract is expressly subject to the negotiation of a formal contract between the parties which shall be fully acceptable to the Town Attorney and approved by the Town Council, and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this Resolution be published according to law within ten (10) days of its passage. 1 T – 8/27/98, The Leader Fee: $48.96
Kindermusik Enhanced At Klinger-Kueter Studio
WESTFIELD — The Carolyn Klinger-Kueter Music Studio in Westfield is enhancing its Kindermusik program this year by offering many well-known programs for young children.
There are special classes for each level of a child’s development, including Kindermusik Village (up to 18 months), Kindermusik Beginnings (18 months to 3 years), Kindermusik Growings (3 to 4½ years), and Kindermusik for the Young Child (4½ to 7 years.)
In Kindermusik, children learn cooperation, listening, creativity, coordination, language/vocabulary and analytical skills.
Parental involvement, including interaction with the younger children and other primary caretakers in the class, are an essential part of the program, according to Ms. Klinger-Kueter, who has taught music for 38 years.
Parents also learn how to continue
KINDERFUN…Parents Cathy Rutherford, left, and Valerie Jones work with children, pictured left to right, Kaitlyn Rutherford, Michela Cavanaugh and Sabrina Cavanaugh, during a Kindermusik Beginnings class at the Carolyn Klinger-Kueter Music Studio in Westfield.
their child’s enjoyment of music, as well as the skills they have acquired in Kindermusik classes, at home throughout the week.
For a free brochure or further information, please call (908) 233-9094.
Registration for Fall Session Taking Place Now at YMCA
FANWOOD-SCOTCH PLAINS — The Fanwood-Scotch Plains YMCA is currently holding registration for the Fall 1998 session, which begins on Monday, September 14.
A variety of membership plans allows seniors, adults and children to participate in programs and classes at the YMCA.
In addition to a Wellness Center which offers cardio and strength training machines, adult fitness classes are offered at a variety of times for all levels, while seniors may participate in classes and programs designed for them.
Adult aquatics classes provide participants with an opportunity to improve their fitness level while reducing stress on joints.
The YMCA’s Skippers program offers swimming lessons for infants as young as six months to children up to 8 years old. The Youth Progressive Swim Program for children 6 to 12 years old includes stroke development, personal water safety, synchronized swim skills and water sports for beginners through advanced levels.
Parent/Toddler Gymnastics classes allows parents to devote 45 minutes of
undivided attention to their children who are walking through 3 years old. The progressive Preschool Program uses gymnastics and a positive attitude to promote self-esteem in 3 to 5 year olds.
Girls may participate in Youth Gymnastics, where they learn the four Olympic events of women’s gymnastics. Kindergym is designed for kindergarten girls, while the Progressive Skills Program helps girls in grades 1 through 12 develop strength and coordination in a safe environment.
Teen and youth activities include classes in Tae Kwon Do, Boxing, Youth Roller Hockey, Youth Sports, Pee Wee Soccer and Youth Roller Hockey.
The Indian Guides and Princess Program helps develop the foundation for a lifelong relationship between fathers and their children ages 5 to 12. Registration for this program will be held Thursday, September 10, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Red House.
For information on membership or programs, please call the FanwoodScotch Plains YMCA at (908) 8898880 or visit the Member Service Desk at 1340 Martine Avenue in Scotch Plains.
Y-Squares Schedule Free Open House On September 15
In celebration of National Square Dance Month, Y-Squares, a local square dance club with members from Westfield, Mountainside, Scotch Plains and Fanwood invites the public to a free open house.
The program will take place on Friday, September 11, beginning at 8 p.m. at Carl H. Kumpf Middle School on Mildred Terrace in Clark.
Participants will be treated to an evening of fun and an introduction to modern American square dancing, according to Lillian B. Krov, spokeswoman for the Y-Squares.
Lessons will be given on Tuesday evenings at Frank K. Hehnly School on Raritan Road in Clark, beginning on September 15 at 7:30 p.m.
GOING WEST…Monica Gundrum’s third-grade class at Tamaques Elementary School in Westfield recently invited Carol Wilson, Assistant Director of the Westfield Memorial Library, to speak about the summer reading program at the library. The theme of the program is the “Wild West.” The young audience members, pictured, back to front, are: Derek Anderson, Anthony Arnold, Philip Buonocore, Zach Harris, and Josh Bornstein.
TOWN OF WESTFIELD
Public Notice is hereby given that an ordinance of which the following is a copy was introduced, read and passed on first reading by the Council of the Town of Westfield at a meeting held August 11, 1998, and that the said Council will further consider the same for final passage on the 15th day of September, 1998, at 8:00 p.m., in the Council Chamber, Municipal Building, 425 East Broad Street, Westfield, New Jersey, at which time and place any person who may be interested therein will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning said ordinance.
Joy C. Vreeland Town Clerk
ORDINANCE NO. ORDINANCE ADOPTED BY SUMMARY AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE A COMPREHENSIVE REVISION AND UPDATE OF
THE LAND USE ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF WESTFIELD BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of Westfield as follows:
SECTION 1 That the existing Land Use Ordinance of the Town of Westfield shall be and is hereby repealed, and a new Land Use Ordinance, as hereinafter set forth, shall be and is hereby adopted. Said Ordinance being in excess of six (6) typed pages of ordinary print is proposed to be enacted without publication in full pursuant to the provisions of N.J.S. 40:492.1.
SECTION 2 The principal changes effected by said ordinance are as follows: A. The ordinance is a complete rewriting and reorganization of the entire Land Use
Ordinance, designed to make the ordinance easier to use and understand, to make the ordinance consistent with current State and Federal laws and court decisions, to streamline, where appropriate, the processing of minor development applications and to implement numerous desired procedural and substantive policies concerning the use and development of land in the Town of Westfield. B. In Article 2, Definitions, numerous definitions have been added, deleted or revised.
Statute citations have been added. The applicability section has been broadened. C. In Article V, Fees, Deposits, Guarantees and Other Payments, the fee schedules have
been revised. Provisions have been added regarding payment of professionals involved in the processing of development applications and in the inspection of improvements. D. In Article 7, Procedures for Variance Applications, Appeals, Requests for Interpreta
tions or Other Special Questions, the appeal of Board of Adjustment decisions to the Town Council has been eliminated as a procedural option. E. In Article 8, Site Plan and Subdivision Review Procedures, the list of exemptions from
the site plan approval requirement has been expanded, and site plan waiver provisions have been clarified. The nature, timing and procedures for construction or required improvements at the time of preliminary and final approval have been revised and clarified. The procedures and limitations on conditional approvals have been revised, including deadlines for compliance with conditions. F. In Article 10, Design Guidelines, Standards and Construction Specifications, Provi
sions regarding the New Jersey Residential Site Improvement Standards have been included or referenced. General guidelines have been added. G. In Article 11, Zone District Regulations, the following principal changes are proposed:
1. The zoning map has been amended to correct several situations where existing properties are split by a zone boundary. In one location, a zone boundary has been amended to make two lots conforming with the zone regulations. In one location, four properties consisting of an entire zone district have been merged with an adjacent zone district. 2. The residential zone district regulations have been amended to permit community
residences and shelters as a principal use, pursuant to recent State and Federal legislation. 3. The regulations in all zone districts have been revised to permit all types of antennas
which are accessory to permitted uses. 4. The regulations of floor area ratio, coverage by above grade structures and coverage
by improvements for single family detached and two-family residences have been revised to regulate these improvements by lot area. The actual standards have been placed in Sections 12.04E, F and G; the zone district regulations merely reference these sections. For floor area ratio, a three year transition period from the current regulations to the proposed regulations has been provided. 5. Office uses have been prohibited on the first floor in the CBD district. 6. The regulations in the GB-2 zone district have been revised to prohibit businesses
conducted outside the confines of a building. 7. The regulations for the C zone district have been rewritten so as to be consistent with
the balance of the ordinance. This is not a major policy change, but a technical cleanup of the regulatory language, designed to maintain the current permitted uses and bulk standards. H. In Article 12, General Provisions Applicable in all Zone Districts, the following principal
changes are proposed: 1. Authority to approve “de minimus” departures from the ordinance has been given to
the Zoning Officer. 2. Exceptions from the maximum height limitations and minimum yard requirements
have been revised and broadened. 3. Provisions for fences and retaining walls have been substantially revised. 4. Regulations for exterior illumination of oneand two-family dwellings have been
added by referring to the illumination design standards for site plans. 5. Performance standards have been substantially revised, referencing other govern
mental standards where appropriate, and have been made applicable to all uses throughout the Town. 6. The general regulations for front yards have been revised to provide for a more
practical determination of neighborhood front yard patterns and requirements. 7. Cigarette vending machines have been prohibited. I. In Article 13, Accessory Uses, Buildings and Structures, the following principal
changes are proposed: 1. The floor area of buildings accessory to residential use has been limited to 750
square feet. 2. The setback requirements for accessory buildings in the rear yard have been
substantially revised, and related to the size of the accessory building. 3. The coverage limits for accessory buildings in the rear yard nave been made
applicable in all zones. 4. Provisions have been added for sheds, hot tubs and other miscellaneous structures
accessory to residential use. 5. Provisions prohibiting skateboarding facilities have been added. 6. A substantial revision of antenna regulations has been made, in response to the
Telecommunications Act of 1996 and F.C.C. rules. Specific regulations for amateur radio stations have been added. 7. The provisions regulating the bulk storage of flammable and hazardous chemicals
have been revised to permit slightly greater storage amounts. 8. Provisions regulating the storage of liquefied petroleum gas have been added. 9. Pump canopies have been added as a permitted accessory structure for gasoline
filling stations and gasoline service stations, with appropriate regulations. J. In Article 14, Home Occupations, provisions regulating traffic generation have been
expanded. The list of prohibited home occupations has been increased. K. In Article 15, Outdoor Storage, much greater regulatory specifics have been provided
for the storage of vehicles, equipment and materials. L. In Article 16, Signs, the following principal changes are proposed:
1. General sign regulations have been expanded. 2. Greater regulatory specifics have been provided for various types of signs. 3. Additional numbers, types and areas of signs are permitted in various cases. 4. The provisions concerning sign removal for change of occupancy have been
revised. 5. Provisions regarding nonconforming signs have been added. 6. The list of prohibited signs has been increased. M. In Article 17, Off-street Parking, Loading Zones and Driveways, the following principal
changes are proposed: 1. Provisions have been added to include or reference the Residential Site Improve
ment Standards, including but not limited to the required number of parking spaces for dwellings. 2. Provisions for joint parking areas have been added. 3. The parking requirements in the CBD district have been modified to provide a
streamlined review and waiver process, in recognition of the presence of public parking and frequent absence of private off-street parking spaces. N. In Article 18, Conditional Uses, the following principal changes are proposed:
1. The “public utility facilities” conditional use has been divided into two separate conditional uses, “residential type” and “industrial type” public utilities, with appropriate regulations for each. Residential type public utilities are permitted in all zones. Industrial type public utilities are permitted in the O-3 and C zone districts. 2. Community residences and shelters have been eliminated as a conditional use. 3. The existing “public garages or gasoline service stations” conditional use has been
divided into three separate conditional uses, “gasoline filling stations and gasoline service stations”, “automotive service shops and automotive repair shops”, and “automatic car washes and drive-through lubricating establishments”, with appropriate regulations for each. 4. Lumber, building material and garden center sales has been added as a conditional
use in the C zone district. 5. Dish antennas have been eliminated as a conditional use. 6. For schools, a 40 foot minimum setback for outdoor use areas has been added. 7. For automobile body repair shops and automobile painting facilities, the requirement
for minimum distances from other uses and intersections has been eliminated. 8. The regulations for cellular telecommunications antennas have been amended to
prohibit same in the RS-single family residence districts. 9. Gasoline filling stations, gasoline service stations and public garages have been
added as conditional uses in the GB-3 zone district. O. In Article 19, Non-conforming Uses, Buildings and Structures, the provisions concern
ing nonconforming lots have been broadened. Provisions concerning certification of nonconforming uses and structures have been added. P. Article 20, Official Map, has been reserved, pending an reexamination and revision of
the Master Plan, and pending an update of the Official Map.
SECTION 3 At least three (3) copies of said full proposed ordinance and proposed zoning map are on file in the office of the Town Clerk for public examination and acquisition. Copies are available for inspection or acquisition during regular weekday working hours and arrangements have been made for the publication of said full proposed ordinance which will be available for purchase from the Town Clerk.
SECTION 4 This ordinance shall take effect on October 1, 1998 or on the first day of the first month after publication and passage, whichever occurs last.
SECTION 5 The Town Clerk is hereby directed to give notice at least ten (10) days prior to the hearing on the adoption of this ordinance to the Union County Planning Board, and to all others entitled thereto pursuant to the provisions of N.J.S.A. 40:55D-15. Upon adoption of this ordinance, after public hearing thereon, the Town Clerk is further directed to publish notice of the passage thereof and to file a copy of this ordinance as finally adopted with the Union County Planning Board as required by N.J.S.A. 40:55D-16 and with the Town Tax Assessor. 1 T — 8/27/98, The Leader Fee: $264.18