State Appeals Court Sides with Towns Over Affordable Housing ‘Gap Period’

Credit: WHYY/NewsWorks An appellate court ruling on New Jersey’s affordable housing mess appears to give a victory to municipalities, as it could cut by roughly half the total number of affordable housing units that would be required to be built statewide. While disappointed, affordable housing advocates are looking for something in the decision’s language that may…

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  1. “This ruling brings us one step closer to passing affordable housing reforms that will preserve open space, access to high quality education and emergency services; and the integrity of unique communities statewide.”

    Only the truly deserving will have access to high quality education.
    Trust me, it’s God’s plan.

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