Jackson Township Open Space Committee Seeking Input from Residents

Do you know a great piece of land in Jackson that should be preserved for eternity and protected from future development?

The Jackson Township Open Space Committee met last week for the second time this year, to discuss their 2024 plan to begin identifying properties to preserve from development.

The committee is made up of residents who volunteer their time each month to look at maps, spread the word that the town is looking to purchase land and discuss ideas on how to best utilize the land already preserved.

That land will not only be protected for generations, but could also be the home to a future playground, park, wildlife management area, or recreation area, according to Councilman Mordechai Burnstein.

“The open space program in Jackson has been successful and we’re trying to make it work even better for residents,” Burnstein said.

Council President Kuhn added that residents interested in preserving their land should contact the business administrator at [email protected] and that in the coming weeks an email address specific to open space will be set up.

The members are Raymond Cattonar, Peter Vicinio, Brian Smith, Laya Cusano, Paul Novello and Chaim Birnbaum.

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