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AtlantiCare planning medical office in Middle Township

AtlantiCare planning medical office in Middle Township

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MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — An application has been filed for a Coastal Area Facility Review Act permit to build a two-story, 20,400-square-foot AtlantiCare medical office at 419 Route 9 South in Cape May Court House.

The application has been submitted to the state Department of Environmental Protection. A 136-space parking lot and other improvements are part of the project, which would be built on land owned by South Jersey Medical Properties LLC of Egg Harbor Township, according to property records.

A 60-day public comment period or public hearing will be held on the application. Individuals may request a hearing on the application by April 16. Requests for a hearing shall be sent to the department at the address provided and should state the specific nature of the issues to be raised at the hearing: NJDEP, Land Use Regulation Program, P.O. Box 420, Mail Code 501-02A, 501 E. State St., Trenton, NJ 08625-0420.

— Adriana Alfaro

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