Planning Board Meets to Discuss Miele's Townhome Application Again Tonight, Miele's Closes

The meeting will take place at 7:30 p.m. in the Brewer Cafeteria.

The Clark Planning Board will meet to discuss the for the sixth time tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Brewer Building cafeteria at 430 Westfield Avenue.

In the meantime, after doing business in town for more than a century, 's is having a final closeout sale and will shut its doors for good in the next few days, likely closing on March 4.

the board ultimately decided to ask the applicant for a revised site plan that would incorporate the board's requests over the course of the meetings on the proposal. Several board members also motioned for the results of an environmental report the applicant completed.

"We’re thankful the board is starting to listen to our concerns and give them serious consideration," said

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Patch has been covering this story and the planning board meetings. Read  our first story on the Miele family feud that led to the sale of the property;  our second story that profiles the group opposed to the project; to hear from developer GeorgeSangiuliano; and  to hear from Clark Mayor Sal Bonaccorso.

Andrew Timoni March 01, 2012 at 02:45 PM
I hope this project goes ahead. I've lived in Clark for 22 of my 24 years and it's a great little town. The tax dollars the town gets from this would be great if put to use to make the town better for those who live in it.
Rosanne Grieco May 08, 2012 at 05:25 PM
Miele's Farm should be able to do whatever they want with their land within the law. If people in town are so worried about overdevelopment in Clark it starts with all the people in town with Commerical trucks on our the streets and in view on their driveways overnight THIS IS ALSO OVER DEVELOPEMENT. And I am talking about residential zones. PLEASE CLEAN THIS UP OR TAX YOURSELF by having them pay extra tax permits....and you know who you are.


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