LAMBERTVILLE, N.J. - The Lambertville Board of Adjustment has postponed the hearing regarding the Baptist Church application until its next meeting on July 25th.
Three Board Members had to excuse themselves prior to the start of the hearing due to a conflict of interest. Therefore, the Board Solicitor gave the applicant the option to opt to move the hearing to the next meeting because the Board did not have seven members to vote on the application.
Although the applicant only needs five affirmative votes to approve the application, the applicant requested the hearing to be postponed until the next meeting.
The Board approved the request to carry the hearing to the next meeting and will have Planning Board Members sit in as alternates for the Board Members who had to excuse themselves from the hearing.
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