Lacey Looks To Move Forward Strategically, Officials Say

in Toms River News

LACEY, NJ — While land use and development has been the subject of controversy for the past several years in Lacey Township, it’s not likely to go away any time soon.

And amid recent news in Ocean County including the proposed Ciba-Geigy settlement in Toms River, the county’s purchase of the Breton Woods parcel in Brick and the approval of a synagogue in Jackson, officials are saying that the township has to grow and move forward, but looks to do so in a strategic manner.

Growth is inevitable in Lacey, Township Committee members said, but there are ways to move the township forward with proper land use.


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