The developer hopes to finally turn it into a seven-story reality.
Plans for the 76-room structure, to be built on the site of a former Exxon station at Route 35 and Rector Place, at the foot of Cooper’s Bridge, were filed by Rbank Capital, of Old Bridge in 2011.
But hearings discontinued in 2013 in the midst of litigation, and only an informal presentation has been held since last January, when the last legal obstacle to the proposal was knocked down in Rbank’s favor.
Now, having been postponed by several heavy planning board agendas in recent months, the hotel plan is the sole major piece of business on Monday night’s agenda.
The board meets at 6:30 p.m. in the council chambers at 90 Monmouth Street.