After the Planning Board suggested zoning changes decreasing allowable building heights from six stories to four on Bloomfield Avenue to be in line with the township’s master plan, the Township Council and its Economic Development Committee rejected them.
New plans for the redevelopment of Lackawanna Plaza will call for more density and height than a previous proposal that nearly 200 residents unsuccessfully fought in court, but also larger setbacks and more green and community space, developer David Placek said.
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