The future of the Christian Health Care Center Vista project may be decided at a Wyckoff Zoning Board meeting Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m.
It is widely expected that the seventeenth hearing for the application to build a senior housing facility on existing CHCC property would find zoners forced to choose whether or not to green light the application.
At a zoning board meeting in October CHCC representatives presented a vision of a revised and reduced plan for the Vista project.
The building's footprint was shrunk by approximately 30,000 square feet, the number of housing units there decreased from 258 to 199, and an entire wing had been sheared off plans, a CHCC engineer said of the plan at the October meeting.
CHCC CEO and President Doug Struyk also discussed the revision of a cost structure for potential Vista residents, which would lower entry cost there from $400,000 to somewhere between $250,000 and $300,000 for 10 percent of the units, he said.
The changes to the Vista application came on the heels of a Wyckoff Zoning Board-generated list of perceived negative aspects of the original application.
SAVE Wyckoff Attorney Ira Weiner was taciturn upon the CHCC's initial reveal of its revised plans, but said there was much more to look into before Tuesday's meeting.
"This issue with the intersection is still on the table," Weiner said in October, indicating a much-debated traffic light that may be installed on a county road at the intersection of Sicomac and Cedar Hill Avenue. "If the intersection is still going in we are still not satisfied."
Weiner is expected to present a letter detailing his reaction to the revised CHCC presentation Tuesday night.
The Wyckoff Zoning Board is scheduled to meet on Tuesday, Nov. 13, at 7:30 p.m. at Memorial Town Hall.
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