In the last meeting, which was cancelled, the Village Supermarkets attorney Stephen Barcan was scheduled to start calling witnesses to testify at the meeting.
In Monday night's meeting, the Millburn-Short Hills Item reported, Joseph Staigar, from Staigar & Peregoy, LLC in East Hanover, testified the proposed driveway will cause traffic delays for both delivery trucks and shoppers.
Staigar suggested having trucks enter the parking lot on Morris Avenue as well as a traffic light Morris Avenue between the Taco Bell restaurant and TD Bank, the article reports.
The Stop & Shop is proposed for the old Saks Fifth Avenue location, 92 Millburn Ave. in Short Hills. Even though that property is located in Springfield, Millburn has jurisdiction on the 20-foot piece of land entering the property, the township engineer, Thomas Watkinson, said previously.
The acting chairperson of the Zoning Board announced a decision will be made by the end of the year, the Alternative Press reported.
Here's what the community has said on the issue on Patch: