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Some residents say they plan to attend to talk about how the current recreation center needs improvement - and how they hope the new project is an upgrade.
Plans for the center were to take shape over the winter, as the Boro Council promised to survey residents and stakeholders about what the building should offer and look like.
The borough paid $2.97 million in September for 860 Arnold Ave., where developer Michael Granite once planned to build 24 townhouses. The property, near the turn into Point Pleasant Beach on Arnold Avenue, sat vacant for years with a builders’ trailer where, according to officials, the real estate market struggled.