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This Week in Land Use

April 23, 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.

  • Monday, 4/19/10- Sale of environmentally sensitive land in Cumberland County approved (Philadelphia Inquirer)
  • Monday, 4/19/10- Hillsborough waits for planners’ decision to create affordable housing zone (The Messenger-Gazette)
  • Monday, 4/19/10- 11 ‘top-end’ Long Branch condos proposed for Beachfront South (Asbury Park Press)
  • Monday, 4/19/10- Randolph to purchase property adjacent to affordable housing site (Star-Ledger)
  • Tuesday, 4/20/10- North Brunswick tables transit village ordinance (Star-Ledger)
  • Wednesday, 4/21/10- Pohatcong housing proposal scaled back drastically in response to Highlands law (The Warren Reporter)
  • Wednesday, 4/21/10- Land preservation begets land preservation in Little Egg Harbor Township (Press of Atlantic City)
  • Wednesday, 4/21/10- Aberdeen paves way for housing complex (Asbury Park Press)
  • Wednesday, 4/21/10- Independence Township to begin forming development plans for Routes 46, 517 (The Warren Reporter)
  • Wednesday, 4/21/10 Bridgewater developer requests conversion from age-restricted housing (Messenger-Gazette)
  • Thursday, 4/22/10- Christie signs solar power legislation into law (New Jersey Newsroom)
  • Thursday, 4/22/10- New Brunswick Mayor James Cahill outlines $114M redevelopment (Star-Ledger)
  • Friday, 4/23/10– Ocean Acres developer: No pine snakes found, time to build Phase 3 (Press of Atlantic City)
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