Public presentation was held Wednesday at Hyatt Morristown.
Morristown government is moving forward. And, it hopes the public comes along for the ride. The town kicked off its "Morristown Moving Forward" initiative Wednesday night with a public presentation at the Hyatt Morristown. There, professionals offered insight into the once-a-decade Master Plan process and opportunity for members of the public to have input into the process. Daniel Hernandez, a professional planner with Jonathan Rose Companies, outlined for those in attendance the purpose of a Master Plan, which by New Jersey law must be updated every 10 years. The last Master Plan for Morristown was completed in 2003, with the next expected to be ready by June. "When a Master Plan process is going on and on and on, people lose interest," …
Public can stop by Hyatt Morristown anytime between 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. Jan. 23.
Sunday, January 20
Concerned about the future of Morristown? Just a little curious? Officials want to see and hear from you. The Morristown Master Plan Open House meeting is set for 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday at the Hyatt Morristown. Interested parties can stop in at any time. The meeting will serve as the official launch of "Morristown Moving Forward, a Planning Division campaign to create a new Land Use and Circulation Plan--a cornerstone of the Town's Master Plan," according to a press release. "When complete, the Plan will address traffic congestion, promote pedestrian and bicycle friendly streets, ensure sustainable growth patterns, preserve our rich heritage, and lay the foundation for healthy neighborhoods." The meeting is free and open to the …