Montclair officials will hold the first of two public meetings tonight, Wednesday, about the Nishuane Park well project.
Starting at 7 p.m. in the municipal building, at 205 Claremont Ave., residents are invited to share their opinions and thoughts about project. Wednesday's meeting will focus on the state-monitored Green Acres designation and the township's request for a minor diversion to construct a pumping facility at the park.
The parkland is restricted by the state's Environmental Protection Green Acres Program. However, the township has submitted a final application for the small diversion of the land to the state's Green Acres Program for approval to construct a building, well, road and workspace for the township's water facility.
The township has agreed to provide funding in the amount of $130,000 for recreation improvements within the township to use the parkland.
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