Bamm Hollow Developer Comes To Planning Board Jan. 9
The applicant is seeking approval to subdivide the land into 190 single-family and open space lots.
Bamm Hollow Investors will appear before the Middletown Planning Board on Jan. 9 for amended preliminary major subdivision approval at the 280-acre property known as the former Bamm Hollow golf course.
The developer wishes to subdivide the land, zoned Rural Residential, into 190 single-family residential lots, as well as to create stormwater management / open space lots.
The applicant is also seeking final major subdivision approval for Phase I North and Phase I South, which consists of approximately 68 single-family lots and dedications to the Township. No variances are being sought at this time.
A copy of the application and supporting documentation is on file in the Office of the Board Secretary located at 3 Penelope Lane, Middletown.
The public will have an opportunity to be heard on the application. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. The Planning Board will also hold its reorganization at this meeting.
After a long and costly legal fight over a proposal to build 1200 housing units, the Planning Board approved a settlement between Middletown Township and Bamm Hollow Investors on Feb. 29 that allows for 190 homes. The developer has also agreed to provide a developer contribution, on a per-unit basis, to the township’s affordable housing trust account in lieu of building affordable units.