To improve the existing country club so they can sustain themselves "For at least the next 25-years." (Alan Ackerman, CCC President)
1. Crestmont plans include the removal 69 trees
2. The Town of West Orange is not adhering to their own Safe Streets Initiative by NOT requiring CCC to include new sidewalks along busy streets lining their property.
3. Trees being removed are targeted for the installation of a waterline, when other less invasive options are available.
Residents worked hard to get the West Orange Town Council and Planning Board to ensure that Crestmont Country Club would protect trees, and include sidewalks as a part of their new renovations. The Township sided with the Country Club, and "coincidently" a large contribution was made to the mayor's re-election campaign fund. Legal?
Join OGWO as we work to protect 90-acres of forested land from destruction, currently owned by Crestmont Country Club. The Club would like to sell-off the forest to one of the nation's largest and questionable developers, Lennar Homes. Find out how to help protect our local environment, neighborhoods, home values, health, and residents by visiting our Crestmont Country Club tab HERE.
View the history of this and other CCC projects, including documents, photos, and articles HERE.