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Sea Bright's Mad Hatter Heading Back To Planning Board For New Restaurant

SEA BRIGHT: One of the many Sea Bright businesses lost to Hurricane Sandy, The Mad Hatter On The Jersey Shore, is headed to the borough planning/zoning board to seek approval for a new restaurant.

The applicant, Kelly Management Group, was actually scheduled to appear before the board on Oct. 27 but was not heard due to noticing issues. The application has been rescheduled for Thursday, Nov. 12.

According to a public notice, Kelly Management Group is s seeking to construct an elevated multi-use building at 10 E. Ocean Ave., the same location as the original restaurant. The building will have a maximum height of 47 feet and 9 inches; higher than the current height standards for the B-1 zone. Therefore, a variance will be needed for the project to move forward.

The applicant is also requesting variances for lot depth, front yard setback, rear yard setback, maximum building coverage, maximum lot coverage and minimum parking requirements.

The Mad Hatter were approved for a disaster loan from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) earlier this year and said they were targeting a 2016 reopening.

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