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This Week in Land Use

October 9, 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.

  • Saturday 10/3/09 – Land landmark: With Snyder farm preservation, Gloucester County saves its 15,000th acre (Gloucester County Times)
  • Monday 10/5/09- Environmentalists criticize redevelopment bill in N.J. (Philadelphia Inquirer)
  • Monday 10/5/09 New Jersey citizens assured voice on future developments (Jersey Journal)
  • Monday 10/5/09-Phillipsburg signs off on aid application for 449-home development along Delaware River (Express Times)
  • Tuesday 10/6/09– Legal battle complicates future of former depot in Hillsborough (Courier News)
  • Wednesday 10/7/09– Poll: N.J. voters likely to approve $400 million in bonds for open space preservation (New Jersey News Room)
  • Wednesday 10/7/09– State pays religious order $12M for 1,200 acres (Star-Ledger)
  • Wednesday 10/7/09- Old Bridge takes steps to preserve two tracts (Star-Ledger)
  • Wednesday 10/7/09- Franklin Township residents mobilize opposition to possible truck transfer station (Express-Times)
  • Wednesday 10/7/09- Atlantic City mayoral candidates split on plans for Bader Field (Press of Atlantic City)
  • Wednesday 10/7/09- Monmouth recreation commissioners refuse to free up 11 acres of land (Asbury Park Press)
  • Thursday 10/8/09– Developer appeals planning board denial in Superior Court (Bergen Record)
  • Friday 10/9/09– Environmental work boosts fears of bird strikes at Teterboro airport (Bergen Record)
  • Friday 10/9/09– Atlantic City wants Harrah’s Entertainment to pay more for claim to land (Press of Atlantic City)
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