1/8/1984 - by John Ward
The Planning Board may decide tomorrow whether to proceed with bearings on the proposed Fashion Plaza Shopping Mall application, following an attorney's objections to plan revisions. The hearings are scheduled to resume at the board's public meeting tomorrow night. Attorney Jerrold N. Kaminsky representing a group called Citizens for Orderly Progress, objected to revised mall plans filed on December 30 as incomplete, and requested that no further meetings be held on the matter until complete plans are submitted and nearby landowners are given new hearing notices.
Kaminsky's objections came in the form of a letter to the board, read at last Thursday's business session. No public hearing is held at such meetings. Planning Board attorney Robert Lecky said he and Township Planner J. Paul Keller would review the letter, with a possible determination on whether to continue the approval process to come at tomorrow's hearing. Testimony about the proposed $10 million shopping center had already been scheduled to continue that night.
Kaminsky, writing on behalf of the citizen's group, said the revised site plan, calling for a reduction of the 51,275 square feet from the 442,000 square feet structure, failed to include new engineering and drainage plans, as well as other documents