On the agenda for the Feb. 20 planning board meeting is the application to construct off-street parking areas and drainage facilities on the property of Summit Medical Group.
The Berkeley Heights planning board will meet on Feb. 20 at 7:30 p.m. and review the application to construct additional parking at Summit Medical Group. Summit Medical Group is seeking the approval of construction of off-street grade-level parking and drainage facilities on their property at One Diamond Hill Road, according to the planning board agenda. Additionally, if required by the board, they also will be looking to obtain a waiver from the township on the number of tree replacements (in coordination with the Chapter 12.16 ordinance). The planning board will also be discussing a proposed awning for Delicious Heights and approve the minutes of the Feb. 6 meeting.
Board approved Italian restaurant proposal. Massage parlor and spa, which would have shared empty McGrath Paint & Hardware space, was dropped from application.
The New Providence Planning Board approved an application Tuesday night to open an Italian restaurant in the former home of McGrath’s Paint & Hardware on Springfield Avenue. The board also approved renovations to the façade of the entire commercial strip on the southeast corner of Springfield Avenue and South Street. The board did not vote on a planned massage parlor and spa, which was anticipated to split the McGrath space with the restaurant. The spa was removed from the application when it became clear the board would not approve it. Dong Hong Li had hoped to move her massage business to New Providence and occupy a portion of the McGrath’s space. Li, who was present at the meeting, testified in front of the board regarding an incident …