The “Gateway Project” in Orange would bring residential units and a commercial space near the Valley Arts District.
The area immediately surrounding Orange’s main train station is filling up with development.
One of the largest apartment buildings to be proposed for Orange in recent memory could be approved as early as next week.
“People think my interest in gravestones comes from a place that’s morbid, but it’s really about history.”
The Citizens Budget Advisory Committee (CBAC), a nine-member board comprised of local business professionals, opposed the 6.35 percent increase in the municipal budget.
"I couldn’t believe what I was seeing," said the whistleblower, who found bills totaling tens of thousands of dollars, including an unpaid bill from PSE&G for $35,000.
The Orange Planning Board is expected to soon hear a proposal for another new development project near the Highland Avenue train station.
Another project could be coming to the Valley, a neighborhood located in both Orange and West Orange near the Highland Avenue train station.
A five-story building with commercial space and 94 residential units is planned for the Valley area in West Orange near Orange’s Highland Avenue train station and the Harvard Printing Apartments.
A developer wants to bring a complex with 87 apartments to Scotland Road in Orange.