Construction eyed for Bordentown wate...

Construction eyed for Bordentown waterfront property

There are 7 comments on the story from Dec 1, 2009, titled Construction eyed for Bordentown waterfront property. In it, reports that:

With several projects proposed in this community of 8,400 residents, township officials might be asking if there ever was a recession that affected building.

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Bordentown Resident

Willingboro, NJ

#1 Dec 1, 2009
"Morelli said the project would serve as a "gateway" to the township."

Gateway for what??? There is nothing in Bordentown but a bunch of "no-tell" motels, a 24 hr porn store, abandoned buildings (old Acme, Burger King, Ford dealership, machine rental store, Bradlees, Blockbuster, etc.) The town doesn't even have a CVS, Walgreens or Rite Aid, you have to leave the town to do any kind of shopping and Farnsworth Ave is a joke, no one is ever there, I don't know how any of the merchants there stay in business! "Gateway" to the township? Oh please!!!

Since: Apr 10

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#2 Apr 17, 2010
A gateway on the riverline to bordentown city restaurants. Dont be closed minded. This, along with opening up to some waterfront businesses, could be an economic boom for this burgeoning city. We need to strike a up a resurgence in Bordentown. Take down some of the slumhomes, fix up the city and make it a more desirable place to live and do business. Perhaps your real estate value will go up and not just taxes as of late. This country and this city was founded on ideas just like this. So, "let's all jump on with the team for the big win"...
Ed Borden

Willingboro, NJ

#3 Apr 18, 2010
Ed, will you run for mayor? Please. We are a young family w/money and we're OUT OF HERE if the city and surrounding area doesn't improve.

Oceanside, CA

#4 May 15, 2010
Hi Folks ... I am thinking about moving to Bordentown from the west coast. Would that be a huge mistake. Two of these three posts are very discouraging. Any suggestions? Perhaps another small town in NJ or PA? thanks

Since: Apr 10

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#5 Dec 13, 2010
Ha,,,,run for mayor,,, NO, but thanks. I am currently a Bordentown homeowner, but am in Iraq, so I don't have the time.

Riverside, NJ

#6 Mar 26, 2014
Bordentown doesn't have Mayoral Elections, the corrupt politicians running the town appoint each other this is why nothing ever changes, the township is a joke!

Riverside, NJ

#7 Mar 26, 2014
Sorry for the duplicate postings, posted it before I was proofed it....I'm a Bordentown resident, obviously not too bright, that's why I still live here!!!

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