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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Developer to meet with merchants on South Avenue proposal

Proposed development would be near Plainwood Square Park.

A developer with plans for a Plainfield project on South Avenue is slated to meet with merchants on July 15 to discuss the proposed project.

In an announcement emailed to Plainwood Square merchants and Plainfield SID members on Tuesday, PWS president Donna Albanese urged members to attend the meeting with the unnamed developer, adding that Deputry City Administrator Carlos Sanchez would be present and Mayor Mapp is confirmed to attend.

The proposal involves eight properties located near Plainwood Square Park and if successful would bring a large upscale development to the area. The meeting provides an opportunity for the business community to review the developer's plans and have questions answered about the impact on the proposed development for the South Avenue business community.

The meeting is set to begin at 9:30 AM SHARP, Tuesday, July 15 at Freppe's (the former Freshwaters restaurant), 1442 South Avenue. Parking is available on site and in the C-Town lot across the street. RSVP to Donna at or by phone at (908) 755-5994.

  -- Dan Damon [follow]

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Anonymous said...

Development YES! YES! YES!