Based upon the September 6, 2016 public meeting, the Land Use Boards next step was to provide their recommendation to the Borough Council.
River Styx Project
Hopatcong Land Use Board meeting on September 6, 2016, raises more questions and caused confusion with Hopatcong Residents.
This is the fourth article is this series, where we will examine the River Styx project from the aspect of what “we as a community” are trying to achieve, and how this led to the Eminent Domain process.
Part 3: The third article in this series of the approaching Eminent Domain for the River Styx area is designed to help you understand the process and what to expect each step along the way, and more importantly, what are the deadlines if you wish to contest the process at any point.
Hopatcong Lake Regional News reader Michele Guttenberger has submitted the folowing article as "Your Opinion" on our site. As a courtesy to our site members, we always support your ability to voice your opinion. In this article she asks the question. Where is the rate of return?
The following is a copy of the letter that was mailed to Propority owners that live within the affected River Styx area. Showing the rescheduled meeting for September 6, 2016 at the Hopatcong High School Auditorium, 2 Windsor Avenue, Hopatcong at 7:30 PM.
River Styx Series Part 2: The Hopatcong Borough Council is moving towards a long-term plan to revitalize the River Styx area to increase property values, Contractor Investments and to become eligible for Federal & State grants. In this second article we will investigate further, what is Eminent domain and what does it mean to the people effected in this area?