Also, they’re having a crazy Bag Sale event this Saturday!
Posts Tagged 'Sultan of Sanctuary'
Tags: clothing, consignment shop, maplewood, retail, Ridgewood Rd., Sarah Hayden, south orange, Stephen Hayden, Sultan of Sanctuary, vintage shop, West Village Clothing Company
Tags: 2nd St., 70 Second St., Academy Heights, development, Napa Auto Parts, Real Estate, south orange, Sultan of Sanctuary, Third Av., valley st.
Tags: Andrew Kit, architecture, Catherine Fisher, David Kraiker, development, essex county, Fourth and Valley, Haley Donovan, James Haley, ken krasner, Linda Cappaze, Meridia, nj, Real Estate, residential, retail, Sheena Collum, south orange, Sultan of Sanctuary, valley st., vision plan
Village President, Sheena Collum said the Village hoped to re-introduce the plan and agreements in January at a Board of Trustees meeting. The redevelopment plan would then be referred to the Planning Board for approval, then back to the Board of Trustees for a hearing and a vote.
“Third & Valley did not have the robust public process this has had,” said Collum. “Credit the neighborhood for mobilizing.” Neighborhood residents, David Kraiker, Andrew Kit, Linda Cappaze, Catherine Fisher and myself (and others) got together many times in preparation for our meetings with the town on this project. Speaking at the SOPAC meeting, Andrew Kit said, “This is the ideal of what a public process should be like.” We also were vocal about the 320 Valley project that has broken ground nearby.
As the town’s ‘vision plan’ has named the Valley St. corridor as one of the prime areas it’s looking to redevelop (in addition to South Orange Av & Irvington Av), it is very likely there will be interest in other sites nearby in the near future. If you’d like to get involved with contributing to shaping the future of the Valley St. corridor projects, please reach out to me – email@example.com
Tags: assets, living trust, probate, Real Estate, Sultan of Sanctuary
Dealing with a loved one’s assets before they pass away may be a good way to avoid many headaches.
A living trust is one way to avoid the length of a drawn out probate proceeding and the unwanted publicity that may result from dealing with a loved one’s assets prior to death. There are advantages and disadvantages.
Find out if a living trust is a good way for you to deal with family assets. Below is a good article about living trusts and avoiding probate.
Tags: africa, art, english language, essex county, events, france, maplewood, medievally incorrect, native americans, native americans in north jersey, native americans in the US, south orange, Sultan of Sanctuary, twelve tribes
Hand Drawn Maps at the Pop N Shop at 55 South Orange Av from Thurs, December 15 – Sun, December 18, from 12-8pm.
Below is a small sampling of what’s available for sale.
Tags: art, artist, Earthworks, essex county, events, Figurines, john waters, maplewood, Michael Stipe, nj, Patti Smith, Picasso, Real Estate, SOMA studio artist tour, south orange, Sultan of Sanctuary, William Kentridge
Susan Napack is one of South Orange’s most esteemed and talented artists. Head over to her backyard studio of riches at the annual SOMA Artist Studio Tour on June 5, from 11am to 5pm. More details are in the two links and please find a fun Q&A below.
- Ken: How did you get into art?
- Susan: I knew by Kindergarten as kids kept saying, “Can you draw one of those for me ?”
- Ken: Picasso had a ‘Blue period,’ what phase of your career are we in now?
- Susan: ‘Figurine period’
- Ken: Who’s your favorite artist?
- Susan: William Kentridge
- Ken: Invite 3 celebrities to your dinner party
- Susan: Patti Smith, Michael Stipe (they’d get along great) and John Waters (all around fun guy)
- Ken: Where are you originally from?
- Susan: Westfield, NJ
- Ken: Where on earth would you like to go that you haven’t traveled to yet?
- Susan: Earthworks in Scotland (Celtic Inspired land art – earthworks link )
- Ken: If you couldn’t be an artist, what would you have become?
- Susan: A Chef
Tags: architecture, David Kraiker, development committee, essex county, Fourth and Valley, Meridia, planning board, Real Estate, Sheena Collum, south orange, Sultan of Sanctuary
In a March follow up meeting on the Fourth & Valley redevelopment project, the town planner summarized expectations and a general framework to town officials and concerned residents gathered.
The first meeting in February with developers looking to create a major residential and retail building at Fourth and Valley showed that there were differing expectations on all sides. The Development Committee had some major revisions to suggest to the developer, Meridia who was originally looking to build something ‘massive.’ Several members of the Academy Heights neighborhood association gathered prior to summarize their concerns and Academy Heights’ resident David Kraiker spoke on behalf of those members. Village President, Sheena Collum also made it clear that any development was going to be in line with what the community envisioned. It appeared that the developer appreciated the input.
Stay tuned for the next meeting when the developer is expected to submit a revised plan that would hopefully be even smaller scale than the above guideline.