Hopewell Twp considers cell phone tower near watershed and organic farm

    At the Hopewell Township Zoning Board meeting tomorrow night at 7PM, the Zoning Board will be hearing  an application for a use variance to permit a cell phone tower on the property of 263 Rocky Hill Road, Pennington, New Jersey.

    According to property tax records, the site is currently assessed class “3A” and “3B”, which corresponds with a farmland tax abatement.

    The property borders Honey Brook Organic Farm, the oldest certified organic Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program in New Jersey, and the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed.

    Look here for more info:

    JPEG watershed cell


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    1. […] The applicant is seeking a use variance to build a 100 foot tall (expandable to 150 foot tall) telecommunications tower on property, currently zoned as residential. The property is adjacent to the Watershed Reserve to the east of the proposed location and residential homes to the south, north and east. HERE is the link to MercerMe article with additional links to regulations. […]

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