NJ Supreme Court Rules on the Validity of Open Space/Recreational Fees and Set Asides

June 25th, 2009 | Posted by: Christopher DeGrezia 2| comments:

2009-02-17-transfer-481This morning, the New Jersey Supreme Court affirmed a decision by the Appellate Division striking down ordinances in Jackson Township and Egg Harbor.  The court held that the Municipal Land Use Law does not empower municipal governments to require developers to set aside land for common open space or recreational areas and facilities (or to make payments in lieu of those set-asides), except with regard to applications for planned developments.  » Read the rest of this entry «

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