Home Government Hearing on Route 88 Wawa, Commercial Complex Delayed Again

Hearing on Route 88 Wawa, Commercial Complex Delayed Again

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The Laurelton Mobile Home Park, off Route 88 in Brick. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
The Laurelton Mobile Home Park, off Route 88 in Brick. (Photo: Daniel Nee)

A hearing on a proposed Wawa and commercial complex near the corner of Route 88 and Jack Martin Boulevard in Brick has been rescheduled after an abrupt cancelation of what was already a rescheduled hearing.

The application had been scheduled to be heard last Wednesday, March 29.

Real estate developer Jack Morris, through his company JSM at Martin Boulevard, LLC, will be before the township Board of Adjustment April 24 to pitch a Wawa convenience store and gas station, 124 seat restaurant, bank and day care center at the site of the Laurelton Mobile Home Park. There will also be 117 parking spaces to support the businesses on the 9.4 acre plot of land. More details on the development itself can be found in a previous Shorebeat story.

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The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at the township municipal complex on Chambers Bridge Road, Wednesday, April 24.


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  • Smokin

    Is there a legal battle between foodtown lot and the wawa plan with Jack Morris

  • albertWestpy

    Don’t give a damn about what the town you live in looks like than just put up another strip mall. We’ll look like Hudson County or Staten Island in no time.

    • Frank Rizzo

      You are about 20 years too late..maybe even more than that….

      • albertWestpy

        I have to agree with you on this one Frank.

  • Frank Rizzo

    Looks like a nice piece of land for a Hasidic Temple that you could not stop once a Judge orders it approved…Just like how a Judge stopped Trump and you stood by and said nothing

    • J W

      The more judges to stop Trumpanzee, the better.