Developer Seeks Input From Moorestown Residents

Dated: 09/25/2013

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The word on the street is that a developer is looking at the former Lenola Auto Mall property in West Moorestown.  This property, which is now mostly an empty field, has been vacant for many years.  Land Resource Solutions (LRS) is the firm that is interested in the property at the intersection of Camden and Cottage avenues.  

LRS has been interested in the property for some time, but are just now bringing their plans to the community to get some input.  The potential plans being discussed involve a small retail shop plus residential rental units.  LRS has already reached out the Lenola residents and members of the Lenola Advisory Commission.  
Before they move forward, the developer wants feedback from the community. There is a public meeting scheduled for Wednesday, September 25, 2013 at the Lenola Fire Hall from 7:30-8:30 pm. A spokesperson for LRS said that if the community gives positive feedback, they would then meet with township officials to move forward with this possible redevelopment.  
LRS specializes in the remediation and redevelopment of contaminated sites, like the Lenola Auto Mall site.  Environmental issues exist at the Lenola Auto Mall property, despite a 2003 letter from the Department of Environmental Protection that the site required “no further action”.
 
Be sure to tell all your neighbors in Moorestown about the meeting so you can all have your voices heard in the redevelopment process!
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Sam Lepore

Sam Lepore is a Realtor with Keller Williams in Moorestown, NJ. Call him today at 856.297.6827 ....

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