If adopted, the Ordinance will take effect on January 1, 2021.
Bellmawr Council approved on first reading an Ordinance that would abolish the Zoning Board and authorize the Planning Board to act as the Zoning Board.
The proposed location is 2 N. Black Horse Pike and the site of the closed Artist House Studios.
Holcomb Bus Service, Inc., has filed an application with the Bellmawr Planning Board for site plan approval to extend the parking lot area, to repave portions of the existing parking areas and to reconfigure the parking spaces servicing the buildings.
A commercial garage and storage building are planned for 700 Creek Road in Bellmawr. The application will be heard by the Bellmawr Planning Board on March 4, 2019.
The Bellmawr Planning Board approved a Resolution recommending that 191 Anderson Ave., Block 80, Lot 2, should be designated as an area in need of redevelopment.
In June, the Bellmawr Planning Board granted preliminary and final approval for a “confidential tenant” in the Industrial Park at 281 Benigno Boulevard, which is a 74,000 square feet building. Tractor trailers would bring the product at night and vans would deliver it during the day.
The Bellmawr Planning Board approved a motion on June 4, 2018 recommending to Mayor and Council that Block 80, Lot 2 (Anderson Avenue parcel) be deemed for redevelopment.
In a Memorandum dated May 17, 2018, Bellmawr Borough engineers outlined a Statement Setting Forth the Basis for a Preliminary Investigation for Determination of Eligibility for Declaration as a Non-Condemnation Area in Need of Redevelopment – 191 Anderson Avenue (rear).
Bellmawr Council approved a Resolution authorizing the Bellmawr Planning Board to undertake a preliminary investigation regarding 191 Anderson Avenue,