Pending Legislation Abolishes Council on Affordable Housing and Nonresidential Development fees

May 7th, 2010 | Posted by: Christopher DeGrezia 0| comments:

COAHIf adopted, a bill before the New Jersey Senate (S-1) will abolish COAH and reform the Fair Housing Act.  The bill stands at second reading and can be voted upon at the next voting session in May 2010.  If it is not amended, the bill will change the entire landscape of how affordable housing requirements are calculated and applied.  With regard to nonresidential development, it will essentially eliminate affordable housing requirements.  Here is the story:      » Read the rest of this entry «

Governor’s Transition Team Reports Released

January 25th, 2010 | Posted by: Christopher DeGrezia 0| comments:

2009-02-17 Transfer 167With a new Governor taking the reigns, many people are wondering in what direction New Jersey will be heading.  The Transition Subcommittee’s reports, including  findings and recommendations, provide valuable insight.  Click on the links below to see the recently released reports:

Only a Few Weeks to Go: NJ Deadline for Public Notice of Site Remediation Looms

August 5th, 2009 | Posted by: Christopher DeGrezia 0| comments:

Redevelopment - DirtBy Joseph Schmidt, Esq. 

If you are working on a remediation project that started prior to September 2, 2008, at a contaminated site in New Jersey, you have only a few weeks left to provide the public with notice of your site remediation activities.  The deadline for compliance is September 2, 2009.  The recent amendments to the Technical Requirements for Site Remediation (Tech Rule Amendments for Public Notice) require those responsible for performing remediation of contaminated sites in New Jersey to: » Read the rest of this entry «

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