Monday, February 25, 2013
Application will now be heard by Eatontown Zoning Board of Adjustment
Those looking to hear Wawa's application to build a new convenience store on Route 35 in Eatontown will have to wait at least a month. Tonight's Eatontown Planning Board meeting where the application was originally scheduled to be heard, has been cancelled. According to the borough's web site, the application will now be heard in front of the Eatontown Zoning Board, "on a date to be determined." Eatontown Mayor Gerald Tarantolo has said developer's application includes a plan to build a Wawa convenience store and a strip mall that includes a bank and Chick-fil-A at the site of the vacant Circle Trailer Park near the corner of Route 35 and Wycoff Road.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Convenience store and gas station will be located at site of vacant Sands Motor Lodge.
The Eatontown Planning Board has approved the construction of a Quick Check convenience store and gas station for Route 35 North in the borough. The store and gas station will be located at the site of the Sands Motor Lodge, which has been vacant for several years. The site rests between Public Storage and Capitol Lighting and across the street from Houlihans on Route 35. "There was a need for it and I think it's a nice fit for Eatontown," Eatontown Mayor Gerald Tarantolo said today. "It will be a great ratable for the borough." Tarantolo said the application consisted of about two hours of testimony and that it was unanimously approved by the board. Tarantolo said it will be a 24-hour facility and could employee between 50-60 people. The …
Saturday, January 26, 2013
Plans will be presented at Eatontown Planning Board meeting
National Realty Corporation will present its plans for developing Old Orchard Country Club in Eatontown on Monday, Jan. 28. The plans will be presented during the Eatontown Planning Board meeting set for 7:30 p.m. at Eatontown Borough Hall. It will not be a formal presentation and no action will be taken by the board, but this will be the first time the plans are presented to the public. "We invite the input of the neighboring community since any development of this magnitude could impact the surrounding areas," a community notification from the borough stated. Eatontown Mayor Gerald Tarantolo has said there is a residential and commercial component to the developer's plan for the country club property. The plan involves 450,000 square …
Monday, July 18, 2011
Daniel Drury has lived in the borough over three years and is a civil engineer.
The Eatontown Planning Board welcomed its newest member at its July 11 meeting. Daniel J. Drury filled a three-year unexpired term that is up Dec. 31, 20013. A civil engineer with Joseph Jingoli & Son, Inc. and DCO Energy, LLC for the last nine years, Drury has lived in the borough with his wife, Donna, for over three years. Drury is a graduate of The College of New Jersey and went to Middletown High School South.
Thursday, July 14, 2011
The planning board ok'd an application to open a car wash next to the old roller rink at its July 11 meeting.
In another sign of resuscitation along Route 35 in Eatontown, the borough's planning board approved an application on Monday for a new car wash to open across the highway from Lowe's Home Improvement. The Eatontown Car Wash will offer customers two bays for washing and a third for detailing services in the site of a former gas station that is adjacent to the former Eatontown Roller Rink and owned by borough resident Camille Varacalli and her niece Michele Sciangula of Staten Island. Cars will enter the southern end of the property off Route 35 into one of three lanes that merge into a single lane as they wrap around to the rear of the building to the car wash entrance, according to engineer Charles Thomas of Omland Engineering Associates, …
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
The Eatontown Planning Board gave a thumbs up to Computer Data Source to build a solar carport and canopy towards the rear of its property on Industrial Way West.
With a nod from the borough's planning board Monday night, Computer Data Source in Eatontown is on track to be one of the first businesses in the area to take solar panels off the building and into the parking lot. The Industrial Way West business already has almost 1,500 panels covering its roof and was approved to install a solar carport and separate solar canopy in the back of the buiding at the July 11 Eatontown Planning Board meeting. No variances were required for the project. The 19-foot by 300-foot solar carport will blanket an existing parking lot that is little-used, according to CDS President Ronald J. Wollner. A separate solar canopy, 30-feet by 110-feet, will cover a grassy area east of the carport that will be covered with a …