The developer is expected to address traffic issues at Monday's meeting, which should feature a presentation by Landmark's site engineer, planner and traffic expert, Eric Keller.
Large crowds have packed the borough's council chambers for the two prior Landmark hearings, which dealt primarily with issues of storm water management, lighting, landscape design and maintenance, and trash pickup.
Following Keller's presentation, residents will be permitted to ask questions, which are limited to issues presented thus far by the developer.
Given the pace of the previous hearings, pressing concerns regarding pollution and the development's impact on the school system will not likely be up for debate Monday.
The hearings, which look poised to extend for months, will continue until the entire plan has been presented and all residents who wish to ask questions have had the opportunity to do so.
Landmark's planned 165-unit development of Daly Field and the adjacent Hayward property, located at the intersection of Plaza Road, Berdan Avenue and Route 208, has been a hot-button issue in Fair Lawn since the Radburn Association sold the field to the Woodbridge-based developer in February 2004.
A group of concerned citizens who oppose the development distributed flyers (see attached) to residents over the weekend in hopes of drawing a large, vocal turnout at Monday's meeting.
"We believe that the planned development is totally inappropriate for our town and will degrade our quality of life," said Michael Roney, one of the residents who is leading the opposition to the development. "The development was always unwelcome here and...the developer now has presented deeply flawed plans to the Planning Board, so we expect to continue to attend meetings to raise serious questions about this development’s impact on the health and welfare of residents."