Planning Process Moves Forward for Rt 46 Redevelopment Print E-mail

The Township will be moving forward with a progressive and open planning process for the Route 46 Redevelopment Area. The Township has put together a task group to help guide the process, work to engage the public, and work with stakeholders to develop an implementable plan that meets the needs of the community while defining vision for the future of the Route 46 corridor. It is anticipated that this process will include open public workshops and public meetings at the Planning Board. Announcements and updates will be available on the Planning Task Group’s webpage.

Last Updated ( Monday, 25 January 2016 )
New Online Zoning Map Available Print E-mail

The Township of Montville has officially launched its web-based Online Zoning Map. This web-based Zoning Map allows business and property owners to view and search zoning, tax, and property information. The map also includes wetlands and flood hazard area information for potential purchasers of properties in the municipality.

Online Zoning Map

Last Updated ( Monday, 25 January 2016 )
JCP&L’s Montville-Whippany 230 kV Transmission Project Print E-mail

BACKGROUND:  On March 27, 2015, JCP&L filed an application with the Board of Public Utilities seeking to construct a transmission line between its substations in East Hanover and Montville.  This line will run through the Township of Montville and this section of the Township’s website is dedicated to providing the public with any updates regarding this application.

NEW - 10/27/15

Update #9 (10/27/15): The JCP&L-Montville-Whippany 230kV Transmission Project timeline is as follows:

11/30/15, Montville Township Direct Testimony  Written testimony in New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) proceeding outlining Montville Township's position on key issues.

12/08/15, Public Hearing, 6:30pm, Montville Township High School  Open meeting to the public on the proposed project.

05/30/16, Administrative Hearing Opportunity for the Administrative Law Judge to hear the proceeding.

09/01/16, Start of Construction  Anticipated start of construction date.

06/01/17, In-Service Date in which the PJM Interconnection, the regional transmission organization that coordinates the movement of electricity and oversees transmission system reliability in all or part of the states and the District of Columbia, requested the line be in-service.

Update #8 (7/24/15): The parties have had an initial conference with Judge McGee, the Administrative Law Judge who will be hearing Montville Township's challenge to the JCP&L-Montville-Whippany 230kV Transmission Project  The Judge is asking the parties to come up with dates for discovery, the submittal of expert reports, and a timeline for the eventual hearing on this matter.  

While the Township has not yet agreed on any of these discovery dates, it is certain that no decision will be rendered in this case until sometime, at the earliest, in the second quarter 2016.  In the meantime the Township will continue to explore all possible experts and strategy to oppose this project.  We note that no other parties have requested to intervene and the Court has not yet established an intervening date. 

We will continue to post weekly updates here regarding this matter.

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Last Updated ( Monday, 30 November 2015 )
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