• Special Planning Board Meeting On Cameco, Bloomfield Avenue Redevelopments

    The Planning Board will hold another special meeting on Tuesday night, February 5, to determine whether an open lot on the south side of Bloomfield Avenue opposite the Verona Community Center and a series of lots on...

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  • Planning Board: Sunset Property Does Not Meet Redevelopment Criteria

    The Planning Board voted, in a special meeting last night, that the 5.06-acre property at the corner of Sunset and Bloomfield avenues does not meet the criteria of an “area in need of redevelopment”. The property, which...

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  • 2018: Verona News In Review

    In years past, MyVeronaNJ.com’s review of the top stories of the year looked only at the most read stories of the year. That was good for capturing the highlights, but didn’t reflect all that had happened in...

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  • Council Approves Plan To Buy Cameco For Affordable Housing

    In a 4-1 vote on Monday night, the Verona Town Council approved an ordinance to buy the former Cameco property. The Council and Township Manager Matthew Cavallo also described, in broad terms, how the site would be...

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  • Township Proposes Buying Cameco Property For Affordable Housing

    The Verona Town Council held a special meeting on Saturday morning to introduce an ordinance to buy the former Cameco Inc. property on Pine Street and Cameco’s adjacent residential property. The ordinance authorizes a $3.1 million bond....

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  • Sunset Avenue Site Could Become 300 Apartments

    The former Children’s Institute at the corner of Sunset and Bloomfield Avenues could become the site of 300 new apartments, including 60 units that would qualify as affordable housing. The property has more recently been known as...

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  • Town Council Agenda: May 7, 2018 Meeting

    The Verona Town Council has posted the agenda for its next meeting, which will be held on Monday, May 7. The Council will be recognizing Detective Sergeant Timothy Banta for his efforts to defuse a dangerous situation last year with a...

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  • Rental Housing In Verona

    Verona likes to think of itself as a town of single-family homes, but we also have a mid-size market for rental housing. According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, there were 1,147 rental...

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  • Developer Eyes 3 Options For Synagogue Property

    John MacEvoy, who relocated and redeveloped the Verona Inn, has purchased 56 Grove Avenue, the former home of Congregation Beth Ahm, and is currently eyeing three redevelopment options. MacEvoy, who is also a partner in Ariane Kitchen...

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  • Explainer: What Is Affordable Housing?

    Much of the September 25 Town Council meeting again revolved around the development of additional affordable housing in Verona. At its September 11 meeting, the Council had disclosed that developers are considering affordable housing construction on four...

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