The Annandale section (part of which is depicted in this photo) and a section of Cokesbury Road are historic areas within Clinton Township.

Preservation PhotoThe Historic Preservation Commission reviews applications and plans, submitted to the Planning Board, Zoning Board of Adjustment, and Construction Office to assist in the review of these regarding the possible impact on historic structures, physical or cultural significant attributes. Comments are sent back to the appropriate group, and the Mayor and Council, for consideration.

The Commision also conducts walking tours of historic districts to educate the public on the significance of our districts and heritage. Sub-committess of the commission work with other groups in the Township regarding aspects of planning and contribute to the Master Plan. The Historic Commission's three sub-committees are Preservation, Documentation, and Education. These groups work on specific projects and properties throughout the year.

Click here for more information on the Clinton Township Historic Preservation Commission.

Click here to see a pdf file of the Historical and Cultural features of Clinton Township. 

Click here for more history and pictures of Annandale Village. 

The Commission meets at 7:00 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month in the Hans Dahme Meeting Room on the second floor of the Municipal Building located at 1370 Route 31 North, Annandale, NJ.

 2015 Historic Preservation Commission Term Expires 
 Steve Bayly  12/31/19
 Michael Hathaway  12/31/16
 Richard Scheick  12/31/18
 Jess Landon  12/31/17
 Ted Bozzi  12/31/17
 Bill Buriak - Chair  12/31/16
 Frank White  12/31/16

 

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