Woodbury approves country club redevelopment plan following public hearing

WOODBURY — City council on Tuesday voted 6-0 to give final approval to a redevelopment plan for the long-vacant, former Woodbury Country Club, with the planning board expected to consider the site plan next week.

The vote followed a public hearing, during which city planner Robert Melvin, of the Camden-based Group Melvin Design, presented an overview of the 34-page development plan, which would see three health care facilities and 20 residential homes built on the 50-acre plot.

“This plan should stay in place — it has the 20 residential lots, the three buildings and other aspects,” said Woodbury Council …read more

Source: NJ.com Gloucester

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