Thursday, March 23, 2017

TBL- New agreement signed between Lakewood shopping village and PRV

TBL-After the March 5th agreement signed by PRV there was significant disagreement in PRV as many residents and even members of the board had not been consulted nor had they agreed to the arrangements int he agreement. On March 9th, a meeting open to all PRV residents was held and a public vote was held on a new agreement. The residents voted in favor of the new agreement. 

See the new agreement signed on March 10th HERE
The primary changes in the new agreement are:
1) There will be no entrances to the Shopping Center on Pine Street. The only entrance will be on Ave of the States. The proposed entrance from Cedarbridge (if Vine is not able to be opened) was eliminated. 
2) The PRV association will not only not oppose, but they will actively support an approval. 


While this agreement ensures that PRV can not oppose the application, this agreement remains as faulty as the previous agreement and there are other groups along Pine Street that are moving toward litigation. 

The application will be heard on April 4th at 6:00. 
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10 comments:

  1. PRV can be bought cheap!!! There is barely anything in this agreement that the developer wasn't doing anyway (or the developer already did with OUR TAX DOLLARS not their money). The only thing they got was a $30k reimbursement for "Access Control Arms" (woopee) and no access from Pine St which the board would have knocked out anyway because the access would have been perpetually blocked by the ALREADY EXISTING TRAFFIC". Shame on you PRV...you got railroaded

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  2. 2000 signatures by Lakewood kollel members against this proposed shopping mall. The youngeleit are ready to forfeit their monthly checks. There is strong opposition to the mall within the hanhala.

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    1. Yeah right. 2,000 Lakewood kollel members signed and agreed to forfeit their kollel check in exchange for the mall not being built.

      Let me see that petition.

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  3. I don't understand..Are they going to close off the entrance that's on Pine now?

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    1. There is a road (Ave of States) that opens to Pine. That will remain as is. They were proposing an entrance to the parking lot of the shopping center on Pine St (near Washington). They now agreed not to have that parking lot entrance. The only entrances to the shopping center will be from Ave of the States.

      Regardless, any traffic coming from south of Lake will access the shopping center by crossing down Pine Street.

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  4. Nonsense. Everybody knows that Pine has too much traffic so people will go,other ways just not to drive down pine.

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  5. Also, the developers got both Waze and Google Maps to agree to not route traffic down pine street for those drivers who's final destination is the mall. Hopefully Apple Maps and Microsoft will come on board too before the planning meeting, this way the developers can guarantee that no new traffic will come on to pine street.

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    1. סאוואראנערMarch 24, 2017 at 3:21 AM

      Right! Of course! Did they ask really nicely so they agreed?
      Did you believe this when you typed it?

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  6. The kolel yungerleit are willing to give up their stipends.
    There is break and fracture between the BMG Hanhala, being exasperated by cedarbridge mall.
    2000 signatures is not peanuts.
    They will not vote VAAD endorsed people. never ever. chalas, fineto.

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  7. Anyone who went around trying to get yungerleit to sign away their kollel check so the mall won't be built gets the "Taking advantage of naive Yungerleit of the decade" award

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