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Saddle River NJ, a resident of the borough has filed a lawsuit alleging the Saddle River Planning Board approved a 112-unit affordable apartment complex without allowing time for objector statements and witnesses.
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The complaint was filed April 13 in state Superior Court in Hackensack by attorney Matthew Gilson on behalf of Vincent Blehl, who lives immediately east of the 8.38-acre project on Choctaw Trail, off Route 17 north. The largest of the borough’s four affordable housing projects was approved Jan. 25 after two hearings and memorialized March 1.
Blehl contends the board ignored another resident’s Jan. 25 letter requesting an adjournment so he could “obtain professionals and the opportunity to present a case in opposition.” Blehl is seeking to have the March 1 memorialization invalidated, effectively holding up construction.