BRADLEY BEACH — Mayor Larry Fox and borough council members on Tuesday discussed recommendations made by the 2021 Planning Board, which included the borough’s stance on potential hotels on Main Street.
According to the council, at the end of 2021, the Bradley Beach planning board [now the land use board] made 10 recommendations specifically given to them by a strategic task force under Paula Gavin, the director of the Bradley Beach Community Alliance, who worked with Christine Bell, the borough planner.
The recommendations were intended to manage density better to align the Borough’s zoning ordinances with the master plan. In the end, the task force made several recommendations, and the planning board agreed with all but one.
The recommendation not approved by the Planning Board was specifically to make hotels a non-permitted use on Main Street.
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