Mount Arlington Borough in Morris County has 132 acres in the Preservation Area and 1,663 in the Planning Area of the Highlands Region. The municipality submitted a Petition for Plan Conformance for its Preservation Area, which was approved by the Highlands Council on December 1, 2011. This page contains links to documents related to the Borough’s conformance with the Highlands Regional Master Plan.
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The Highlands Implementation Grant Status (HIGS) provides a high-level summary of funded Plan Conformance tasks. The HIGS is an updated, condensed version of the Highlands Implementation Plan and Schedule (IPS) approved by the Highlands Council with the complete petition.
Mount Arlington's Petition for Plan Conformance was approved by the Highlands Council on December 1, 2011.
Council Approved Documents
Materials from Public Hearing
*** PETITION ARCHIVE ***
**PLEASE NOTE: The documents provided on this page include a complete history of the municipality’s Petition for Plan Conformance. The most current versions of Plan Conformance documents are at the top of the page, with prior drafts included below. Documents below this line are included for reference only and should be considered ARCHIVED material.
The documents below include all edits made prior to the Highlands Council considerationof Mount Arlington Borough's Petition for Plan Conformance.
A public comment period was held from October 28 through November 14, 2011 and announced by public notice. Comments received and Highlands Council responses are included in the Comment/Response document in the section above. The following documents constitute the municipality's final submission to the Highlands Council and include the Final Draft Consistency Review and Recommendations Report prepared by Highlands Council staff for Highlands Council consideration of the full Petition.
The following documents comprise all required components of the municipal Petition for Plan Conformance, which was deemed administratively complete by the Highlands Council (Administrative Completeness Letter, January 31, 2011).