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This Week in Land Use

September 28, 2009

Each Friday Garden State Smart Growth will post a collection of links to news articles pertaining to land use in New Jersey. We’ll capture many relevant stories, but please let us know if we’ve missed anything.

  • Monday 9/21/09– N.J. senators to introduce bill addressing recent Mount Laurel court case (Star-Ledger)
  • Monday 9/21/09- Planning for Salem County Farms at a standstill (Today’s Sunbeam)
  • Monday 9/21/09– Highlands plan rejected by Riverdale (Bergen Record)
  • Tuesday 9/22/09– Hoboken-Jersey City Waterfront Walkway open 24/7 (Jersey Journal)
  • Tuesday 9/22/09- Newark to get $11M in stimulus funds for housing complex overhaul (Star-Ledger)
  • Wednesday 9/23/09– City train-station neighbors fear land seizure for development (Trenton Times)
  • Thursday 9/24/09- Most say no to housing in the meadowlands (North
  • Thursday 9/24/09- Builders accused of plotting to undermine New Jersey environmental regulations through lame duck legislation (New Jersey Newsroom)
  • Friday 9/25/09- State planning bill, still to be introduced, is met with criticism (NJ Biz, Star-Ledger, Daily Record)
  • Friday 9/25/09– Port of Belford plan being recognized (Bayshore News)
  • Friday 9/25/09– Land-use measure for arts district OK’d (Trenton Times)
  • Friday 9/25/09- Fanwood razing an industrial relic in favor of a more vibrant future (Star-Ledger)
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