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Steve Arnold
03/07/2013 7:13am

Is there a transcript of the February meeting?

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Nick Homyak
03/16/2013 11:56am

Editor
Post development phase; Parsipanny Township and the threat of Waterview Rezone.
Require design and scale to be comfortable and compatible with adjacent neighborhoods, while buffering neighborhoods from new construction or expansions; taken from the Haddonfield NJ Master Plan, Haddonfield being the old Capital of New Jersey.
All things in life have limits; not knowing when these limits have been reached will be detrimental to any way of life. A community’s quality will be offset by a quantity of some imbalance, in this case overdevelopment and development for the sake of no necessary or desirable need. A property owner whom wishes to maximize his profits through a developer who is not the least concerned with the fact that Parsipanny has many properties already developed and abandoned landscapes already converted from earth to impervious surface; from organic life to dead inorganic space. Why spread the disease of sprawl with its negative results, more traffic, more air pollution, more noise, more litter and trash. The State of NJ alleges that this type development is “undesirable” and conflicts with all attempts of its Master Plan and concurrence of this plan through its Municipalities.
Waterview brings even more to the table; Parsippany’s’ place in the Highlands Watershed. It appears our Planning Board and perhaps our Town-council feels, without citizen referendum, that our community should not participate in its conformance or to choose without referendum “basic” rather than ‘full” conformance in aspects of obligations toward recognition and protections of watershed resources or assessments. Waterview is such a case. The block 421 lot 29 is a unique and critical component of our remaining undeveloped landscapes and fits criteria for aspects to be recognized and reassessed for future and present benefits to the community and the Highlands Watershed. Waterview block lot, is forested, sloped and in close proximity to wetlands and their transition zones of the Troy Brook Watershed. If we apply the “voluntary” Highlands Council planning assessment checklist we would see how special this block lot is to the Highlands Watershed topography and geology.
The developer feels the waters of the Troy Brook are not of the quality to deserve special status and his assumptions of “no impacts will occur” in any areas of recognized Wetland Status; ignore completely the “aquifer itself”.
This last wooded lot of remaining “mature/successional upland forest communities” now stands at a moral cross-road; because it is the last such feature of our landscape along Route 46; however it is not just a block, lot but a “living organic life giving natural capital resource, already working for us in its present state and if put to a Voter Referendum with a forward on its special status as part of the Highlands Protections it may remain so for ever perhaps completely undeveloped. At the very least a referendum would protect it from rezoning. This landscape cannot become a status symbol for private property over community, taken like a hunter whom can simply claim, he had killed the last wolf, panther or bear in some forest. Waterview must not fall in the name of, “we agree not to agree” The odium of pride in Parsipanny.

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