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Date: 1994/01/12 Wednesday Page: Section: NEWS Edition: FINAL Size: 0 words

HARRISON BOARD REJECTS 'INCOMPLETE' MALL PLAN

TOWANDA UNDERDUE

The plan for a $25 million shopping mall on Frank E. Rodgers Boulevard in Harrison was blocked following the planning board's unanimous rejection of an ''incomplete'' application. At its Monday night meeting, the board denied the application by G. Heller Enterprises of Engelwood Cliffs after members complained they had not received an independent traffic study and the revisions to the original mall proposal. Heller Enterprises is expected to submit a complete application soon, said board attorney John Pinho. If it arrives in time, the proposal will be discussed at the Feb. 14 meeting, he added.

''There definitely will be plenty of notice in the newspapers before the new application is heard,'' Harrison Engineer Joseph Cundari told an audience of some 20 people Monday night. After the application is submitted, the developer will have to explain any changes to the original proposal at a public hearing, Cundari said. When the mall was discussed at the Nov. 22 meeting, some 50 residents voiced fears about increased traffic on Rodgers Boulevard and possible increases in crime, noise and air pollution. The concerns were repeated Monday night. In addition to enduring traffic generated by the mall, residents would be affected by traffic entering and exiting a proposed Public Service Electric & Gas Co. (PSE&G) maintenance yard that will be constructed on Cape May Street, said resident Thomas Powell. ''About 125 Public Service vehicles would be involved,'' he contended. ''There is going to be too much traffic coming in and out of town.'' Gene Heller, president of G. Heller Enterprises, has said the 250,000- square-foot mall would be located on a warehouse site at 1000 Frank E. Rodgers Blvd. If the project is approved, the road would be widened, eliminating some on-street parking on both it and Middlesex Street, he has said. A parking garage would be constructed with meters to compensate for the lost street parking, he said. In addition, some 1,300 parking spaces would be available in front of the mall for shoppers, he said. The mall would be anchored by a Bradlees store and would attract a maximum of 2,500 shoppers per day, Heller said. The project would generate 600 jobs and $300,000 in tax ratables, he added.

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Redevlopment Board

Douglas Da Rocha

Anthony Comprelli

James Fife

Peter B. Higgins III

Rodrigo Marques

Raymond J. McDonough

Thomas Powell

Executive Director

Gregory Kowalski, Esq.

How can Thomas Powell a board member of the Harrison Redevelopment think that a 20,000 seat stadium will have less traffic?

Thomas, I know you read this site. Can you give me your opinion. Please.

Post it so we can all read it!

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Guest 30,500+ hits Wow get rid of this

A vote for McDonough is a vote for Tom Powell

Millan Team all the way!

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All you 2nd class, Spanish Speaking Trash, go back to the scum country you come from and take the Milan team with you<<<<<

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All you 2nd class, Spanish Speaking Trash, go back to the scum country you come from and take the Milan team with you<<<<<

Spanish Speaking Trash? Real original. Atleast we have somewhere else to go. Pleast note- most of the business property owners in Harrison are spanish-speaking. Culture and being bilingual, believe it or not, is positive. Expand your horizons and maybe take a trip somewhere- I recommend outside the square mile that is Harrison; based on your comment, you haven't been out much. Good luck joining the real world- you're gonna need it.

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All you 2nd class, Spanish Speaking Trash, go back to the scum country you come from and take the Milan team with you<<<<<

I'm as Ameican as you can get and he has my vote.

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Spanish Speaking Trash? Real original. Atleast we have somewhere else to go. Pleast note- most of the business property owners in Harrison are spanish-speaking. Culture and being bilingual, believe it or not, is positive.  Expand your horizons and maybe take a trip somewhere- I recommend outside the square mile that is Harrison; based on your comment, you haven't been out much. Good luck joining the real world- you're gonna need it.

I agree that the person writing the insenitive comment you were responding to was ignorant, and their coment uncalled for. Also, I feel that the majority of the business properties in Harrison are Americans who do not speak Spanish! I'd like to know where you got your statitics from.

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Loser Answer the Question!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

You're the loser,NOT ME!!! Tom Powell and I do not have to answer any logical, well thought out questions, never mind yours!!! A$$hole!!!

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Guess who is moving into the little guys new house. It starts with "his honor" and his initals are R mc D

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I agree that the person writing the insenitive comment you were responding to was ignorant, and their coment uncalled for. Also, I feel that the majority of the business properties in Harrison are Americans who do not speak Spanish! I'd like to know where you got your statitics from.

Yes the majority do not speak Spanish they speak Portugese

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Guest Rent is past due assh

And it's spelt: Mr & Mrs Thomas Powell

And I would like the rent by the 1st!!

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And it's spelt: Mr & Mrs Thomas Powell

And I would like the rent by the 1st!!

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"spelt", that's a good one.

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