Thursday, October 15, 2009

Is Dornoch in Default?

October marks two years since a building permit was issued to Dornoch Plainfield LLC and is the deadline for completion of the senior center/condo project at 400 East Front Street.

The 2007 agreement with the Union County Improvement Authority does allow for an extension if the developer requests one and spells out the reasons in writing. But little has been heard in public from the UCIA on the project in recent months. If The Monarch is indeed the linchpin for future development, may we please know how things stand?

--Bernice Paglia


Blogger Rob said...

Bernice, your headline yesterday summed it up: City in Disarray
- When you manage reactionary instead of action orientated you get what we have

8:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I cannot stand the thought of 4 more years of this.

9:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The citizens of Plainfield need help. It's time to bring in state authorities to examine these issues: a)The exorbitant fees we are forced to pay PMUA b) The Connolly properties substandard conditions that tenants endured for months c)the giveaway of city property in exchange for a senior center that still isn't open d)theabsence of any development planning e)propety tax increases that aren't announced until well into the new year. It's time for change in Plainfield

10:42 AM  
Blogger active citizen said...

I agree that the citizens of Plainfield need a new mayor and the state assembly could use a make over. Plainfield is burning and the fools in charge are fiddling, getting rich off of the public, and doing you-know-what to the public. Let's put and end to this in November

11:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wake up Plainfield before it is too late!!!!!

2:39 PM  

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