Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

Hackensack Zoning Postpones Final Vote on Housing Complex

Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

Hackensack Zoning Postpones Final Vote on Housing Complex

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HACKENSACK -- The city zoning board postponed a vote to approve a multi-family residential building in what is currently a one- and two-family zone.

The zoning board was originally scheduled to hold a final public hearing Thursday before a vote to memorialize an approval for the development.

Due to the board not having enough time to review the transcripts of last month's zoning board meeting where the application was discussed, the vote is postponed until April.

Developers of 290 Third St., which is about a mile from the city's central business district, want to build a two-story, 12-unit apartment complex in a neighborhood zoned for one- and two-family houses.

If approved, the applicant would demolish the one-family home that is on the property to make way for the new complex.

The demolition would include razing the 1,963-square-foot house, along with the deck, driveway, curb, wood ramp and seven trees on the property. …

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