Friday, January 25, 2013
Developers of parcel at Speedwell Avenue and Spring Street expect to break ground on 15,000-square-foot pharmacy sometime this year.
With site plan approval Thursday night for CVS after a nearly-four-hour Planning Board meeting, developers indicated their intent to break ground sometime this year. Shortly before 11:30 p.m., the Board almost unanimously voted in favor of the plan, with only board member Michael Pooler "abstaining." Pooler had cited his concern with certain traffic issues, particularly the developer's reluctance to prohibit left-hand turns into the property from Spring Street for more hours than already agreed. The site plan approval Thursday follows the town's redevelopment agency approval in December to modify a portion of Phase IV of the Speedwell Redevelopment Plan already approved for up to 45,000 square feet of retail space and about 150 residential…
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Councilwoman Rebecca Feldman, however, expressed displeasure with the plan before casting the lone 'no' vote Thursday night.
An amendment to Phase IV of the Speedwell Redevelopment Plan allowing a CVS Pharmacy to be built on the site of a former used car dealership was approved Thursday night, but not before one council member let her disappoval be known. Rebecca Feldman, the lone Independent council member among the majority of Democrats and one Republican, cast the only "no" vote for a project the First Ward representative said the town had rushed too quickly to approve, fearing nothing else would come along. "There is a sense of desperation surrounding the way this decision is being made—a fear that a long-vacant property will remain empty," Feldman read from a prepared statement. "In reality, within six months of our signing Mill Creek’s redevelopment …
Friday, October 12, 2012
Residents and members of town historical preservation commission spoke out this week about design, sustainability elements of plan.
While there is still some time before the proposal for a CVS at Spring Street and Speedwell Avenue again goes before the town, several residents aired concerns this week over the present design. Residents and members of the Morristown Historical Preservation Commission spoke at both Tuesday's Town Council meeting and at the Thursday redevelopment meeting, where an update had been scheduled on the CVS Project Redevelopment Area but was tabled. Marion Harris, vice chair of the preservation commission, noted Thursday that a meeting between developers and her group was expected to be scheduled sometime after Oct. 19, when preservation commission chair Ken Miller would be back from vacation. On Tuesday, Harris said the project "maybe needs a …
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Atlantic Health is the parent company for Morristown Medical Center.
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Atlantic Health, whose affiliated hospitals include Morristown Medical Center, Overlook Medical Center in Summit, and Newton Medical Center in Newton, has partnered with CVS' "Minute Clinic" program, in select locations in Morris, Somerset, Sussex and Union counties, and parts of Essex County. The press release is below: MinuteClinic, the retailhealth care division of CVS Caremark (NYSE: CVS) and Atlantic Health System,one of the largest non-profit health care systems in New Jersey comprised ofMorristown Medical Center, Goryeb Children’s Hospital, Overlook Medical Centerin Summit, N.J. and Newton Medical Center have entered into a clinical affiliationto enhance access to high quality, affordable health care services in Northernand Central …