The Boro of Bellmawr and the Bellmawr Redevelopment Agency hosted a Brownsfield Development Area Steering Committee meeting to provide updates on the environmental remediation and redevelopment efforts.
The Borough of Bellmawr and the Bellmawr Redevelopment Agency will be hosting a Brownfield Development Area (BDA) Steering Committee Meeting on Monday, September 16, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.
“The environmental remediation of the waterfront development site is nearly complete, with just some top-cap remaining, explained Josh Tregear, when SJO recently asked for an update. “This will be further updated and expounded upon at the next Brownfield Development Area Steering Committee Meeting, tentatively scheduled for late September/early October.” Mr. Tregear, the Executive Director of […]
The Bellmawr Brownfields Development Area (BDA) Steering Committee meeting took place on February 26, 2018. In addition to giving an update on the remediation efforts, a rendering of the proposed Creek Road Extension was part of the presentation.
The Route 42/Landfill Redevelopment Study Area Redevelopment Plan has been revised as of November, 2017 and includes plans for a park. The Redevelopment Plan consists of more than 150 acres and consists of three project phases.
Bellmawr Council passed a Resolution authorizing the Borough to submit an application to the New Jersey Local Finance Board for permission to create the “Bellmawr Redevelopment Agency.”
The Borough of Bellmawr contracted with McMahon Transportation Engineers & Planners in 2015 to provide traffic engineering consulting services associated with the Missing Moves project and proposed waterfront development in the Bellmawr area.
Prior to the council meeting tonight, there was a meeting in the Borough Hall courtroom about the Bellmawr Waterfront Development. When Mayor Frank Filipek opened the regular meeting, he said: “It is 95-98% complete. The only thing we are waiting for is the traffic study from the DOT and then it can finally be redeveloped.” […]
The Borough of Bellmawr ordered a traffic study that would make Coolidge Avenue six lanes going into the landfill, Mayor Frank Filipek said during the August, 2015 Council meeting. The traffic study was brought up in response to a resident who asked the mayor for a status of the landfill on Creek Road. According to […]