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MILLINGTON QUARRY PROPERTY TO BE SUBDIVIDED! WHO BENEFITS? NOT BERNARDS!
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Posted on Feb 22, 2019

The "WHITE ELEPHANT"

How can one discuss the quarry and not mention the lake? Well, I will once again mention how I wish I had MQI's lawyers because lake maintenance is not mentioned in the Deed Restriction.

The Quarry lake is a closed body of water, meaning the only water added to the lake w...

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Posted on Feb 20, 2019

The Quarry looks gorgeous, but what exactly is in the ground?

After remediation there are still elevated levels of contaminates arsenic and dandadium, and under the cap which will be disturbed by invasive construction there are plenty; such as bezoathracene, benzofluoranthene, and bezopyrene.

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Posted on Feb 20, 2019

More MQI Deed restriction information and why you should be concerned.

The homes located on the east side of Stonehouse Road north of Governor Drive now have an EPA declared BROWNFIELD AREA in their back yards. This also includes the homes on Rock Ridge Court, Columbia Road, and Keystone Court....

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Posted on Feb 12, 2019

Let's talk Deed Notice/Restrictions....I wish I had MQI's attorney's. I also wish I won the lottery, because apparently having a lot of cash to hire top notch attorney's allows you to get what you want while screwing everyone else.

Enough sarcasm folks, lets get into the new Deed that was filed ...

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Posted on Feb 12, 2019

Millington Quarry Inc. (MQI) has filed an application to subdivide their 179-acre Bernards property. The proposal seeks to split the quarry property on Stonehouse Road into lots of 50.3 acres toward the north and 129.5 acres toward the south. They claim no development or land disturbance is soug...

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Bernards Residents Be informed

QUARRY PROPERTY TO BE SUBDIVIDED
 
  • Owners dividing the property into "Contaminated" & "Non-Contaminated" parcels to prepare for development.
  • Toxins are present and still elevated.
  • The NJDEP requires that workers wear protective gear while excavating in remediated area to avoid human exposure.
  • Are you safe when they disturb the contamination?

GET ANSWERS

  • How can half of a contaminated lake be divided? How can the NJDEP oversee half a lake?
  • Has testing been truly thorough? Has the Lake Management Plan developed in 2013 been followed?
  • If the owner of the contaminated lot declares bankruptcy, will we the tax payer be stuck with maintenance?
  • Why would the owners ask to subdivide but not provide any information on the reasons or intent? Have they earned our trust?
  • Would there be commercial properties on the site?
  • Will new access roads be requires? Where will they go?
  • Will the 2-acre zoning change?
  • What can our town's Zoning Board do to protect us from Millington Quarry Inc.?