Seton Hall University presented two experts to testify at the September 2nd Zoning Board of Adjustment meeting
These individuals spoke about
- Traffic Patterns on Scotland Road, Montrose Avenue and Vose Avenue. The study was done after Marylawn School had closed. It predicted that morning peak hour traffic would increase 6-7% and evening peak hour traffic would increase 7-8%.
- Shuttle Buses to and from Seton Hall main campus to the Marylawn minicampus. There would be a minimum of 2 buses per hour with the possibility of 4 buses during peak hours. They would enter the Marylawn site via Scotland Road.
Seton Hall presented a letter to the ZBA informing them that they would be presenting a letter to the Historic Preservation Commission regarding the future the Historic Graves Mansion .
Seton Hall has informed the Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) that they will be submitting a new application. The understanding is that Seton Hall will seek permission to demolish the Graves Mansion. The HPC is likely to receive this request before the end of September.
- Traffic issues on Scotland, Montrose and Vose will be substantial.
- Students will seek alternate parking on streets in the neighborhood.
- The property will remain off the tax rolls