What’s New at the Nutley Community Preservation Partnership
General Meeting – Oldest Surviving New Jersey Trees: 5/29/13
On Wednesday, May 29th, the Nutley Community Preservation Partnership will host Robert Sciarrino, Star-Ledger award winning writer and photographer, who will discuss his Star-Ledger Arbor Day article on the Oldest Surviving Trees in New Jersey.
Our trees have taken a beating over the last few years but many historic trees have survived and Robert will give us a look at some of the oldest and largest trees as cataloged by the state. Some are 100+, 200+, 300+ and even one estimated to be 600 years old!
In addition, the NCPP Tree Committee will award the prizes for our 2013 “Best Trees of Nutley” contest, which was open to all Nutley public school students and elections will be held for our board members.
This is our last meeting of the season. It is free and open to the public and refreshments will be served. Please join this lively discussion at the Nutley Museum 65 Church St. at 7:30.
NCPP May Newsletter
Keep up with the latest updates by reading NCPP’s new May Newsletter here.
Tree Contest Deadline Extended to April 15
The deadline for the NCPP’s “Best Trees of Nutley” Photo Contest has been extended to April 15. For more information, click on the navigation link for details.
NCPP February Newsletter
Keep up with the latest updates by reading NCPP’s new February Newsletter here.
Nutley Master Plan Meeting: March 5
On Tuesday, March 5, the Nutley Community Preservation Partnership will host a discussion of the revised Nutley Township Master Plan at the Nutley Museum by Nutley Planning Board members Anne Lynne Eisenfelder and Diana Petolino. The revised Master Plan was 3 years in the making and will provide a comprehensive framework for the township’s land use and planning policies. Since we are facing the redevelopment of the Roche property, we cannot stress enough how important the Master Plan is to Nutley’s future. Please join the discussion at the Nutley Museum 65 Church St 7:30 PM. The complete Master Plan is located at http://nutleynj.org/content/
“THE BEST TREES OF NUTLEY PHOTO CONTEST 2013″. The Tree Committee of the Nutley Community Preservation Partnership invites all Nutley students to participate. Click page link for details and entry form.
Who’s Lambert? Do you own a Lambert house? Read more by clicking on the “Who’s Lambert?” link and If you do own a Lambert house, the NCPP would like to know. Send a photo and any history to WLambert@preservenutley.org.
Nutley’s Master Plan has been updated The last Nutley Master plan was adopted in 1974 and the Township Board of Commissioners, Planning Board and residents have been working on a revision since 2009, which has been completed and adopted by ordinance by the Board of Commissioners. The complete Master Plan is located at http://nutleynj.org/content/planning-board.html under the Planning board notices. This revised Plan provides a comprehensive framework for the township’s land use and planning policies. Since we are facing the redevelopment of the Roche property, we cannot stress enough how important the Plan is to Nutley’s future.