Salem landowner says he's subdivided enough, wants land protected
But Robert Banks, the owner of about eight acres of land at the intersection of Bluff and Millville roads is working with the town to keep a good chunk of his property as conservation land.
"It is just not that frequent that you have someone who says they want to preserve land instead of developing it," said Moldoff.
Most of the land is upland and developable, but there is a small brook running near the Millville Road side of the property, according to Moldoff.
There is a house on the property, and the house and surrounding yard will not be subject to the easement. Moldoff said this is being done in case Banks or a future owner wishes to add a pool, deck or shed onto the property.
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