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Hearing set for next week on White Marsh rezoning

Gloucester supervisors will hold a public hearing next Wednesday night before the board decides whether or not to rezone nearly 40 acres of land on Route 17 near White Marsh to make way for a new American Legion building as well as commercial space and apartment units.

The regular meeting of the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors will begin at 7 o’clock in the colonial courthouse; the public hearings will start at 8.

The applicant, Zandler Development Company, LLC, along with the owners of American Legion Post 75 and the William H. Nix Revocable Trust are asking the board to amend the county’s zoning map to reclassify 38.6 acres from Business and Suburban Countryside to Business (conditional) and Medium Density Multifamily (conditional).

According to the public hearing notice, the applicant is proposing to develop the site, which would be called Carriage Point, by constructing a new building and parking area for the American Legion Post 75; 218 apartment units in 18 ...

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