The Wyckoff Planning Board is expected to continue to hear testimony from at least one more witness at a meeting tonight at .
The application would bring a massive new supermarket into town, a plan that has been a hot topic And though sources with inside knowledge of the application say the proceedings are likely to continue until at least February, this meeting is scheduled to be the last for 2011.
Chatter surrounding Inserra's application has been increasing around Wyckoff and Town Hall following in opposition to the ShopRite application.
During Planning Board sessions, , have been discussing before the Planning Board the project to build the 62,042-square-foot ShopRite at the site of the former A&P and strip mall on Wyckoff and Greenwood avenues.
Recent testimony has focused on alleged .
Opponents of the new supermarket say the building would draw customers from all over northern New Jersey and compromise Wyckoff's small town feel.
"In order to try and preserve the current suburban nature in Wyckoff, possibly a restriction should be placed on all new building construction," commented on a
Also on the Planning Board agenda are public hearings on application to install an "outdoor walk-in refrigerator box," application to renovate the bakery into a restaurant with a bar in the basement, and application to bring its sidewalk and parking area into compliance with Americans with Disabilities Act regulations.
The Wyckoff Planning Board meets at 7 p.m. in the second floor courtroom of .