Highglen Clover Square, LP has applied to the Hamilton Township Zoning Board for “d” variance relief to deviate from conditional use standards affecting fast food restaurants and for maximum floor area ratio; amended preliminary and final major site plan approval; and “c” variances for minimum front yard setback, maximum impervious coverage, minimum number of accessory parking stalls, maximum parking coverage, maximum number of façade and freestanding identification signage, and minimum signage setback to public right of way, and any and all other variances or waivers the Board may reasonably require in the exercise of its discretion in order to allow the undersigned to construct, establish and maintain an approximately 3,800 square foot freestanding restaurant (proposed to be “First Watch”) and an approximately 2,180 square foot freestanding restaurant (proposed to be “Starbucks”) within the existing Clover Square Shopping Center, which consists of approximately 20.305 acres of property shown as 19.01 in Block 1603 on the Hamilton Township, New Jersey Tax Map, which property is located at 3100 Mercerville-Quaker Bridge Road.
The application also seeks approval of all related site improvements, including but not limited to, identification and directional signage, utility installations, stormwater maintenance, accessory parking and other site improvements.
An online, virtual public hearing concerning this application for development has been scheduled before the Board on April 23, 2020 beginning at 1:00 pm. You are able to observe and participate in this hearing by following this link:
You are also able to listen to the proceeding telephonically by calling 1(646)876-9923 and entering code: 574639599.
The application on file and accompanying plans and documents can be viewed online by following this link: https://bit.ly/htz-highlendocs.
Members of the public interested in asking questions or providing comments concerning the application can do so in advance of the hearing by sending an email to the applicant’s attorney, Keith A. Davis, Esq., at email@example.com or by telephone to (609) 927-1177. The applicant will make all reasonable efforts to respond to inquiries from the public in advance of the meeting. There will be a portion of the online, telephonic public hearing dedicated to public comment.
Additional questions or to make other arrangements for inspection of the application on file or to raise concerns with participation in the public hearing online or telephonically should be directed to the Hamilton Township Zoning Board by calling (609) 890-3674 during regular business hours.