According to the Millburn Township website, Glen Avenue from Westbound between Brookside Drive and Lackawanna Place will be closed for about one-and-a-half weeks for utlity work on the Glen Avenue bridge. The township suggests to plan an alternative route around this area.On Monday, the Zoning Board of Adjustment Meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. in Town Hall on the second floor. Agenda is attached for review.
Stop & Shop discussion will continue.
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.
Here's what the community has said on the issue:
- Stop & Shop To Boost Millburn's Economy: Letter to the Editor
- Letter to the Editor From Short Hills Association
Also on Monday, the Township Committee will meeting special session to approve ligitation between the Chai Center and Millburn Township.
On May 31, Essex County Superior Court Judge Sebastian P. Lombardi overturned a zoning board decision to deny the construction of the temple's expansion and ruled that the municipality and the neighborhood association were to cover the attorneys' fees accrued by Rabbi Mendel Bogomilsky during the course of the litigation.
On Tuesday, the Millburn Township Committee will meet at 8 p.m. on the second floor of Millurn Town Hall.
During the day on Wednesday, there will be a Health Fair and Flu Clinic-Flu shot free for those with primary Medicare card-others for $20 at the Bauer Community Center, 100 Main Street from 9 to 11:30 a.m.
Registration forms can be picked up at Millburn Health Dept. 375 Millburn Ave , Millburn. Questions call the Nursing office-973-535-7961 x226,227On Wednesday, The Planning Board meeting is set to meet at 7:30 p.m. on the second floor of town hall. Check out the attached PDF for the agenda.
On Friday, the 21st annual Farmers Market will continue on Friday at 8 a.m. in Municipal Lot No. 1, on the corner or Main and Essex Streets. It will be held there every Friday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.