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Save Hamilton Open Space

P.O. Box 2594
Hamilton, NJ 08690
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(609) 273-9173

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Hamilton's Top 25 Land Tracts Targeted for Preservation - link


Local Officials
Mayor John F. Bencivengo -
   Hamilton Municipal Bldg, 2090 Greenwood Ave., P.O. Box 00150, Hamilton, NJ 08650-0150
Municipal Council -
   Hamilton Municipal Bldg, 2090 Greenwood Ave., P.O. Box 00150, Hamilton, NJ 08650-0150
   Telephone: (609) 890-3622
County Executive Brian Hughes -
   Mercer County Administration Bldg, 640 South Broad St., P.O. Box 8068, Trenton, NJ 08650-0068   
Mercer County Freeholders -
Senator Linda Greenstein -
Assemblyman Dan Benson -
Assemblyman Wayne DeAngelo -
Governor Chris Christie -

Letters to the Editor

The Times of Trenton
- Via email:
- Via US Mail: Letters to the Editor, The Times, P.O. Box 847, Trenton, NJ 08650
- Via Fax: 609-394-2819

Hamilton Public Meetings
Municipal council - 1st & 3rd Tuesday each month. 8pm. Municipal Building 2090 Greenwood Ave.
Planning Board - 2nd & 4th Thursday each month. 7pm. Building 2090 Greenwood Ave.
Zoning Board - 2nd Tuesday each month. 7pm. Municipal Building 2090 Greenwood Ave.
Environmental Commission - 2nd Wednesday each month, Tampa Ave.

Maps and Studies
Reconnaissance Level Historic Sites Survey - Historic
Crosswick Creek/Doctors Creek Watershed Greenway Plan - Greenway Plan
C&A Railroad Map - Map
Fast Track Map - Map
2010 Hamilton Open Space and Recreation Plan Map - Plan Map
2009 Open Space and Recreation Plan - Plan
2003 Hamilton Open Space and Recreation Plan Map - Plan Map
2003 Hamilton Open Space and Recreation Plan - Plan
Hamilton Wetlands Map - Hamilton Wetlands Map
Redevelopment Map - Map
Redevelopment Plan - Plan
Top 25 Tracts Targeted for Preservation - Top 25
Zoning Map - Zoning Map

Economic Benefits of Open Space Investments
Study Shows Economic Value of Open Space Bond Measure Would Far Exceed Costs (NJ - Keep It Green)
• The Benefits of State Preservation Programs: Summary and Full Paper (NJ - Keep It Green)
The Economic Benefits of Land Conservation (Trust for Public Land, and link to bibliography)
Valuing New Jersey's Natural Capital - An Assessment of the Economic Value of the State's
  Natural Resources
Open Space is a Good Investment - The Financial Argument for Open Space Preservation (ANJEC)
Community Benefits of Open Space (Trust for Public Land)
Economic Benefits of Conserved Rivers - An Annotated Bibliography (National Park Service)

Preservation New Jersey 10 Most Endangered Historic Sites in NJ -

Keep It Green Campaign -
Hamilton Township -
Mercer Co. -
Contaminated sites in Hamilton -
Stony Brook Millstone Watershed Association -
NJ Conservation Foundation -
Sierra Club -
Sierra Club NJ Chapter -
Sierra Club Central NJ Group -
New Jersey Future -
Delaware & Raritan Greenway Land Trust -
Trust for Public Land -
D & R Canal Commission -
Healthy Rivers -
Delaware River Keeper -
Rails to Trails -
Environment New Jersey (formerly part of NJ PIRG) -
Know your rights in planning applications (Note this site is from the UK but provides good general information) -

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