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FMERA Board Approves Historic Preservation Design Guidelines Prepared by PPG

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The Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority (FMERA) has adopted historic preservation design guidelines prepared by Phillips Preiss Grygiel LLC. As noted by FMERA, the guidlines will be used by FMERA staff "to make informed, consistent recommendations about proposed new construction and alterations to buildings and sites in the Fort's Historic District." PPG Principals Elizabeth Leheny and Paul A. Phillips and Graphics Director Elizabeth Jordan were responsible for the firm's work on this project. PPG has served as planning consultant to FMERA, the state agency guiding the reuse and development of Fort Monmouth, since 2011. The fort, located in Monmouth County, NJ, recently closed and its over 1,100 acres are being turned over to the three host communities of Eatontown, Tinton Falls and Oceanport.