At the recent Bellmawr Redevelopment Agency meeting, Councilman Paul DeAngelis was appointed as Commissioner and Vice Chairman. DeAngelis replaces Councilman Ray Bider who resigned in May for “personal reasons.”
Tag: Bellmawr Waterfront Development
Appointees to the Bellmawr Redevelopment Authority were sworn in on March 14, 2018. Bellmawr Mayor Frank Filipek was named chairman and Bellmawr Councilman Ray Bider was elected vice-chairman/acting secretary. A temporary budget for 2018 was approved.
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.
Bellmawr Council approved several Resolutions at their January 25, 2018 meeting regarding the Bellmawr Waterfront Redevelopment project.
On December 4, 2017, the Bellmawr Planning Board approved the revised Route 42/Landfill Redevelopment Study Area Redevelopment Plan.
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 approved a Resolution authorizing Remington & Vernick to prepare revisions to the Bellmawr Waterfront Development Plan to depict the Waterfront Park. An Ordinance creating the Bellmawr Redevelopment Agency was also approved.
Bellmawr Council is set to vote on a Resolution at their meeting on September 28 appointing Big Timber Junction, LLC as a new re-developer.
A Brownfield Development Area (BDA) Committee Meeting was held on May 15, 2017 for the purpose of proving an update on the remediation efforts at the Bellmawr Waterfront Redevelopment area.
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.”