By Art Gallagher
Congressman Frank Pallone is continuing his decades long opposition to the rehabilitation of Fort Hancock, the historic and formerly picturesque military base on Sandy Hook.
Pallone initially supported the National Park Service’s plan to rehabilitate the fort in in the mid-1990’s through a public-private partnership ala The Presidio in San Francisco California. He flipped his position and joined the now deceased Judith Stanley Coleman in organizing opposition to Rumson developer James Wassel’s 60 year lease and proposed $100 million investment to rehab Officer’s Row while maintaining the historic nature of structures in the late 90’s.
This week Pallone spoke against a new proposal to allow private residential development at Sandy Hook, according to a press release by his office.Read the rest of this entry » Posted: November 25th, 2020 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Frank Pallone, Gateway National Recreation Area, Monmouth County, Monmouth County News, Sandy Hook | Tags: Fort Hancock, Frank Pallone, James Wassel, Judith Stanley Coleman, New Jersey, Sandy Hook, Sandy Hook Partners | 3 Comments »