Deputy Mayor: Township to Preserve Tent City Property

tent city 3With Tent City vacated from the Township’s large Cedarbridge Avenue property, the Township intends to preserve the property as open space, Deputy Mayor Albert Akerman tells TLS.

The property, says Akerman, contains wetlands, though it’s unclear exactly what percentage of the property those wetlands cover.

As part of the preservation of the property, the Township intends to keep the trees, Akerman says.


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  1. Wetlands! You knucklehead! Its illegal to touch the property in any way. That includes cutting down the trees. & this is state epa. No one has enough clout in the state to get around that one.

  2. Not sure what the article is talking about but there are people still milling in there, tents set up, and portable toilets still standing (who pays for those?)

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