Make the buyer aware

| 29 Sep 2011 | 07:59

    DINGMAN - An upscale subdivision’s property offering statement will now warn buyers that they will have an interstate highway and a quarry for neighbors. At the request of the township’s solicitor, The Preserve at Milford Hills submitted changes to Dingman Township planners on Jan. 11. Earlier this month, Solicitor John Klemeyer called on the developers to disclose the proximity to Interstate Highway 84 and the Eureka Stone Quarry that adjoin some of the subdivision lots. Klemeyer accepted it grudgingly.“,People will say it isn’t clear enough and that they didn’t know that there would be traffic noise coming from Route 84 and that there would be noise from a quarry”, noted Klemeyer. The changes were accepted by the planning commission as part of the Preserve’s conditional use request.