This website is dedicated to the Michelin Plant on Ford Avenue, the Evans Family, Dr Forney and his sons, who they have given so much to the town of Milltown and for playing an important role in forming the town we love and respect. Also dedication goes to the remaining historical sites that are remaining that we hold dear to our heart, also to the ones that we have lost to the senseless disregard of our town history and to what makes this town so special, the residents that live and work here. We need to stop the senseless destruction of our historical landmarks and Milltown's history now before its to late and is lost forever.
Talking about our Town History is one Thing- Saving it is Another
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The Michelin Tire Company-The American Adventure 1907-1931 Click Here (Outstanding article about the Michelin Tire and Rubber Company, the effect it had on Milltown, the American people and the role Milltown played in the develop of the Tire and Rubber Industry in the United States)
Ford Ave Michelin Plant Photo Gallery-Click Here
Builders Agreement for Ford Ave Redevelopment between Milltown Ford Ave Redevelopment Agency and Borie Development, LLC Click Here
Amendment to Redevelopment Agreement between Milltown Ford Ave Redevelopment Agency and Borie Development LLC November 22 2005 Click Here
Revised Milltown Ford Ave Redevelopment Plan for Ford Ave Redevelopment Area April 24 2009 Click Here
Board okay’s 324 units on
the Council Members and Mayor again looking after private interests and making
developers RICH on the backs of Milltown residents?
Residents for additional school children (ex. $13,000 per high school student)
Do you really
think that the extra 324 units will not generate additional students to attend
our schools and overburden our school system? The Mayor, Council and the
Planning Board think not. It has been stated that if we need to have 45 students
in a class then so be it.
Residents for new sewer systems and to upgrade electrical system. Our sewer and
electrical infrastructure is already outdated and near capacity. Who do you
think is going to pay for improvements. The developers fair share is small
compared to what we are responsible for paying. Yes, higher taxes.
Residents for traffic and safety concerns-
Residents for Fire, Rescue Squad, Police-
Grants are available for low income housing-
Developers working presently in Princeton,
are Council members passing resolutions to pay developer’s legal bills?
Under the builder’s agreement, Borie Development LLC is
responsible. We have already paid out thousands of dollars in legal fees
that will have to be paid by the taxpayers of Milltown. Click on
the link Builders Agreement for Ford Ave above and look at pages 10 to 12 and
pages 19 and 20.