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Paul Goldfinger, Editor @Blogfinger
By Paul Goldfinger, Editor @Blogfinger and Jack Bredin, Blogfinger reporter/researcher
The vacant and deserted Warrington rooming and boarding house that should have been demolished years ago now has all the necessary approvals from the Neptune Township Board of Adjustment to be taken off life support and transformed into a 20-room boutique hotel with an additional residence in the basement. All this to be occurring on a lot not fronting on a street—a location where no development at all should be permitted. How does this happen?
To the rear of the Warrington lot there are two small undersized lots. One is 27 feet wide, while the other is 23 feet wide with a proposed easement to the Warrington lot. Both small lots are fronting on Seaview Avenue. Each one contains a small cottage.
All three of the present lots…
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