Master planning is a process which inevitably leads to changes to the land. The process of plan development has a short cycle, whereas physical construction as a result of this plan has a long term impact, typically extending beyond even the lifetime of the participants in the process. In the end only the actual “improvements” and the remaining natural features are important, with the economic and social policies of the Township as the means to implement the plan.
The Warren Township Master Plan amendment has been prepared in accordance with the New Jersey municipal land-use law that sets the standards requirements for preparation and adoption of a master plan. Further, this document incorporates and references the Warren Township Re-Examination Report adopted August 28, 2006. The findings and conclusions of the re-examination report have been considered in connection with all further study, findings of fact and conclusions conducted subsequent and as a part of this updated master plan.
The 2006 amendments presented herein will be codified in the adopted 2001 Master Plan.