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New Jersey 101.5 writes an article:  The $19 Million Dollar Park in Mercer County That Nobody Wants. Click here to read.


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  • MCPC action approving master plan was unauthorized without first appearing before municipal planning boards
  • third party approvals still required
  • NJ Department of Environmental Protection, i.e. Wetlands and Greenacres for funding
  • Mercer County Freeholders funding of matching Greenacres monies
  • Planning Board Approval from Hamilton, West Windsor and Robbinsville


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 Please sign the petition we have gathered.  We have over 950 HAND WRITTEN petitions signed  and 1,500 petitions signed online and hope to get 3,000 online, so please add your name! 

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The Friends of Dam Site 21 Alternative Plan (truly passive plan), click here or on Alternative Plan PDF below

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This is the proposed excessive Mercer County Park Commission Plan. Click here for enlarged view of map.

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County Park Commission’s idea 

of “passive recreation" is: 

  • 168 parking spaces plus 5 vehicular access driveways
  • Maintenance yard and operation facilities
  • Increased traffic congestion
  • Destruction of wildlife habitat
  • Demolition of open space
  • Duplication of features that exist at the adjacent 2600 acre Mercer County Park 

EQUALS= IRRESPONSIBLE SPENDING OF $19 MILLION OF TAXPAYER MONEY!!!!!

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GET A LAWN SIGN. Please contact us AT  (609) -281-5626 to get involved with this effort.   Please sign the petition .    Call these 3 elected officials to minimize the disturbance of Dam Site 21. Robbinsville Mayor, Dave Fried, 609-259-3600. Ext. 1102. Hamilton Mayor, Jeff Martin, 609-890-3507. Mercer County Executive, Brian Hughes, 609-989-4819.  or Click on this link to Contact your representatives and express  your opposition to Dam Site 21's unnecessary development based on cost ($20 Million) and keeping the site passive. 

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DAM SITE 21 NATURAL HABITAT AREA 278 ACRES (“DS 21 Area”)

situated in Hamilton, Robbinsville and West Windsor Townships, within one half mile of 2600 acre Mercer County Park (“MCP”) and one quarter mile of Sayen Gardens

Friends Of Dam Site 21, www.friendsofdamsite21.org --ever-growing group concerned about the plight of the DS 21 Area (over 1000 online petition signature and another 920 handwritten signatures) and wasteful government spending.

Mission: 

Read Full Summary

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This map shows Proximity  of Proposed Dam Site 21 (yellowish-green)

and Mercer County Park (light blue) This is a portion of Mercer County, New Jersey

Map Prepared December 2019 

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our mission:

To Preserve the Passive Existence, Utilization and unique Natural Habitat of Dam Site 21 by way of limited disturbance in order to maintain the character of the site.   

DOWNLOADABLE DOCUMENTS

Flood Levels at Dam Site 21 (pdf)

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Resolution 2020-R025 West Windsor (pdf)

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Resolution.PDF Hamilton - Adobe Acrobat Pro (pdf)

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Alternative Plan 011620 (pdf)

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Elected officials 2020 (pdf)

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