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This Week in Land Use

March 5, 2010

Each Friday Garden State Smart Growth will post a collection of links to news articles pertaining to land use in New Jersey. We try our best to capture all relevant stories, but we’re not perfect. Let us know in the comments if we’ve missed anything.

  • Sunday, 2/28/10– Proposed Newark high-rise would become city’s tallest building (Star-Ledger)
  • Sunday, 2/28/10– •Battle over Camden’s Sears site simmers (Philadelphia Inquirer)
  • Monday, 3/1/10- Developer hopes to drop age restriction on some housing units in Hillsborough (Messenger-Gazette)
  • Monday, 3/1/10- Proposed Franklin Township truck depot not a win for surrounding communities, according to opponents (The Express-Times)
  • Monday, 3/1/10- Somerville’s Kirby Avenue residents invited to redevelopment meeting (Messenger-Gazette)
  • Tuesday, 3/2/10- Application withdrawn for controversial Franklin Township truck transfer station (The Express-Times)
  • Wednesday, 3/3/10- New Jersey environmental advocates express concern over cuts to Highlands Protection Fund (The Express-Times)
  • Wednesday, 3/3/10- Paramus Soldier Hill Road project renewed (Bergen Record)
  • Wednesday, 3/3/10- Phillipsburg-owned Heckman Street property to be subdivided before being considered for redevelopment designation (The Express-Times)
  • Wednesday, 3/3/10- N.J. Senator Ray Lesniak proposes revise affordable housing regulations (Star-Ledger)
  • Thursday, 3/4/10- West Windsor cell-tower law assailed as sell-out (Trenton Times)
  • Friday, 3/5/10- Edgewater development scaled down (Bergen Record)
  • Friday, 3/5/10- Millburn objections may be too late for South Mountain Reservation development (Independent Press)
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