Projects win Somerset County Planning Awards

May 30, 2019

The Green Seam project was one of six in Somerset County to be named a recipient of the 36th Annual Land Development and Planning Awards.

“Each year, the Board of Freeholders presents awards for projects that exemplify superior site design, address contemporary planning issues, or exert a positive influence on the character of the county,” said Freeholder Brian G. Gallagher, planning liaison and former mayor of Somerville.

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