Sunday, July 31, 2005

NJ Can Never Have Enough Malls

No one in Monmouth County should be required to drive more than five minutes from their house to a Gap or a Crate & Barrel. I hope the city elders of Manalapan realize that there are thousands of convenience deprived people that would benifit immensely from this project; not to mention the ratables.

"MANALAPAN — The proposal to build a 499,902-square-foot shopping center on farmland off Millhurst Road has hit several obstacles, as local officials have expressed concerns over increased traffic and a lack of involvement from the Monmouth County Planning Board."

Asbury Park Press Story

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