By JOHN T. WARD
Red Bank’s West Side appears about to experience a tsunami of new development, if land-use approvals granted by the town are used in the near future.
That’s a big if. The ailing economy has stalled development projects across the U.S., and Red Bank has not been spared.
But a large housing project planned for Monmouth Street near the train station, and two others just blocks away on Bridge one of them mixed in with stores and a brew pub have business owners in the vicinity concerned about a severe parking crunch. And led by a restaurateur, they’ve asked the borough to be proactive in minimizing the adverse impact.