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- Planning Board
Click here for the 2022-23 Master Plan Engagement Hub.
All meeting dates are subject to change. Please check the calendar for updates.
Due to the Coronavirus and the declared State of Emergency, all meetings will be held via Zoom until further notice. Read the notice regarding electronic meetings 2021 (PDF).
2023 Planning Board Meeting Calendar (PDF)
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes
- Louise Wilson, Chair, Class IV (Term to January 1, 2025)
- Timothy Quinn, Vice-Chair, Class IV (Term to January 1, 2024)
- David Cohen, Class I, Mayor's Representative (Term to January 1, 2024)
- Julie Capozzoli, Class II (Term to January 1, 2024)
- Mia Sacks, Class III, Council Representative (Term to January 1, 2024)
- Owen O'Donnell, Class IV (Term to January 1, 2024)
- Zenon Tech-Czarny, Class IV / PEC member (Term to January 1, 2024)
- Alvin McGowen, Class IV (Term to January 1, 2025)
- Phil Chao, Class IV (Term to January 1, 2027)
- John Taylor, Alternate I (Term to January 1, 2024)
- Nat Bottigheimer, Alternate II (Term to January 1, 2025)
The nine-member board with two alternates' primary responsibilities include:
- Development and adoption of Princeton's Master Plan
- Review of land use applications in accordance with state and local regulations
- Recommendations of revisions to land use ordinances to the governing bodies
- Preliminary Investigation - Area in Need of Redevelopment: North Harrison St Properties - Report (PDF)
- Harrison/Terhune Redevelopment Plan: Harrison/Terhune Redevelopment Zone (PDF)
- Princeton Shopping Center Inclusionary Residential Redevelopment Plan: PSC Inclusionary Residential Redevelopment Zone (PDF)
- Area in Need of Redevelopment - Preliminary Investigation of Princeton Theological Seminary Properties (PDF)
- Thanet Redevelopment Plan (PDF)
- Third Round Housing Plan Element and Fair Share Plan Adopted 2020 (PDF)
- Area in Need of Redevelopment Study: Franklin Avenue (PDF)