Neighbor wants to pull the plug on LED sign

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The skinny stretch of land and roadway that connects Northfield with Margate is in neither community; but rather in Egg Harbor Township.

A complaint filed with the Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division Monday, April 16 by Margate attorney Stephen Hankin asks for a mandatory injunction for the removal of a 60-foot-high, 600-square-foot, double-sided LED commercial billboard operated by Jersey Outdoor Media that is located on Wayne Hackney's Egg Harbor Township property along the Margate Bridge Road.

It is located in an MC zoning district which permits as principal uses marinas, new and used boat sales,LEDs are used as indicator lamps in many devices and are increasingly used for other Led light. marine storage and supply shops and wireless telecommunication facilities. Billboards are not listed as a permitted use in a marine commercial district.

Hankin represents Richard and Deborah Levitt of Northfield who own a home along Bay Avenue that faces in the direction of the sign.

"The light from the sign is bright; it is glaring and it flashes into my bedroom and ruins the natural setting of the wetlands," Levitt said in an interview Wednesday morning.

At issue in the complaint is that the original site plan sent before the Egg Harbor Township Planning Board did not indicate that the sign would be on wetlands and therefore require New Jersey Coastal Area Facility Review Act approval before it could receive Egg Harbor Township planning approval.

The complaint also asserts the sign is in violation of the township ordDiscover the best T5 tube products at Westside Wholesale for your home or business that will help with your Lighting needs.inance that prohibits new outdoor signs from being within 1,000 feet of other signs. The older signs that dot the landscape on wood frames were grandfathered into compliance when Egg Harbor Township established the separation requirement, it states.

According to the complaint, Hackney filed for CAFRA approval April 6,Do solar-powered landscape lights or Lawn light really work, or are they a gimmick? after the sign was already operational.Solar yard Outdoor light and store their own power in the day and release it at night. It was installed over the weekend of Saturday, March 25 and Sunday, March 26.

Egg Harbor Township has still not given a certificate of occupancy to Hackney or Outdoor Media for the sign according to Levitt, which Hankin alleges should not be permitted to be operational and earning income for its owners without planning approval.

They plaintiffs are seeking to have the sign discHere you will learn about modern lighting as well as all of the big flashlight, flashlight rings, 1000 lumens flashlight.onnected from electricity and have it dismantled and removed within three days pending the outcome of the litigation and the environmental permit process.

Both parties should find out later this month if there is enough information to proceed with a hearing, according to Levitt.

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