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D.R. Horton’s Application To Construct 108 Townhomes In Runnemede Not Heard By Planning & Zoning Board in February, 2022

The application will be heard at a later date.

D.R. Horton’s application to construct 108 two-story residential townhome units in Runnemede was postponed because “the notice was defective,” according to the meeting minutes that were recently received in response to an Open Public Records Act request (OPRA).

Screenshot taken from the February 23, 2022 Runnemede Planning and Zoning Board Meeting Agenda. To view the agenda, click here.

The application – #21-09 – was originally scheduled for February 23, 2022, will “be heard at a later date and all would be notified,” the minutes read.


Chairwoman Kandy Klehamer “informed everyone that since the applicant was not present, she could not speak on the application or answer questions.”

In other matters, some information was announced on massage parlors, but that is all the information that was contained in the meeting minutes.

Screenshot taken from the February 23, 2022 Runnemede Planning and Zoning Board Meeting Minutes. To view the minutes, click here.

We previously reported that D.R. Horton NJ/PA is seeking approval to construct 108 two-story attached residential townhome units and related site improvements at Hartford Drive and Evesham Road.


The property is 18.4-acres and is currently improved with vacant and wooded lands.

*Post updated on 7/9/2022 at 12:15 p.m.