Public Input Needed on County Road Plan

Questions and statements from the public are being accepted until July 13.

The Monmouth County Planning Board is looking for comments from the public as it considers the adoption of its county road plan.

The plan is one element of the Monmouth County Growth Management Guide, which includes smart growth and form-based zoning to attract growth but maintain and manage infrastructure and quality of life.

The county is accepting questions and comments from the public. Submit by mail, fax or email until July 13.

Anthony Howley
Hall of Records Annex 
1 East Main Street, 
Freehold, NJ 07728

Fax at (732) 409-7540
Email Anthony.Howley@co.monmouth.nj.us 

Copies of the plan are available at all Monmouth County Library branches or online through the planning page at www.visitmonmouth.com. The plan also is attached to this article.

JosephGhabourLaw July 10, 2012 at 05:47 PM
Not that bulldozing anybody's yard is ever a wise idea, I didn't see how the map provided bicycle alternatives or lanes to all the major highways. Mayor Nutter of Philadelphia recently unveiled a regional path system plan, which I don't see here. With the great parks already in place, and routes such as the Hudson Trail and the Edgar Felix Bike Path, the puzzle pieces for riding to the shore are already there without widening. They just need to be assembled. And yes, offroad, separate, bicycle-pedestrian paths can increase property values by up to $8,800.
Dentss Dunnagun July 10, 2012 at 07:23 PM
Do we really want to increase property values ,so our taxes will go higher ? ...higher values serves no purpose other than giving an excuse for our politicians to crank up their wealth extraction machine ( taxation) .I've lived in my home for over 30 years people must start to realize a home is not a investment it's to live in !
Dianr Ledig July 11, 2012 at 12:12 PM
Looking forward to some timely topics of interest to our town! DL
Dianr Ledig July 11, 2012 at 12:15 PM
Keeping current with local affairs is my main goal. DL


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