Approval should not bring children to the district
MONROE — The Township Council recently accepted recommendations from the Planning Board for two age-restricted, affordable housing developments, one along Route 33, and another, at the intersection of Mounts Mill and Spotswood Englishtown Road.
Jenine Clancy photo. One of the developments under construction in the township that will dedicate a percentage of homes as affordable housing.
The board’s Sept. 3 vote for the plan, proposed by JSM at Route 33 LLC, will call for 749 housing units on 386 acres between Perrineville and Bentley roads, with 17.5 percent of the residences as affordable housing, while the town homes at "The Villages" at Spotswood Englishtown Road will call for 522 housing units, with 12.5 percent as affordable housing.