WALL TOWNSHIP — An application to build two office buildings on a seven-acre property on Route 70 has been carried, and has been delayed until the township planning board’s Nov. 8 meeting.
A proposal to construct two 17,500 square-foot office buildings on Route 70, which critics say would worsen flooding in the area, was originally put on the planning board’s agenda for scheduled Monday, Oct. 4, after being carried from the board’s July 26 meeting.
The applicant, Ramshorn Drive LLC, proposed to construct two medical office buildings on a seven-acre wooded property The application needs final site plan approval in order to be allowed to build medical offices on the property, which is zoned in the township’s OP-10 Office Professional Zone.
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