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This Week in Land Use

November 20th, 2009 by

Each Friday Garden State Smart Growth will post a collection of links to news articles pertaining to land use in New Jersey. We’ll capture many relevant stories, but please let us know if we’ve missed anything.

  • Monday 11/16/09- Poll: New Jerseyans underestimate amount of state’s open space (New Jersey Newsroom)
  • Monday 11/16/09– Independence Township going for civil disobedience with plans not to conform to Highlands Act (The Express-Times)
  • Monday 11/16/09– Owners pushed to revive Route 571 redevelopment (Trenton Times)
  • Monday 11/16/09– Pinelands panel offers aid to help towns meet new zoning rules (Asbury Park Press)
  • Monday 11/16/09 North Brunswick seeks to seize, preserve Pulda Farm (Home News Tribune)
  • Tuesday 11/16/09- PSE&G line opponents, proponents spar at hearing (Daily Record)
  • Tuesday 11/17/09- Wawa Tract parcel rezoned in Millville (Bridgeton News)
  • Wednesday 11/18/09- Freeholders fund 17 open space projects in Rockaway, Denville and more (Bergen Record)
  • Wednesday 11/18/09- Buyers seen for Colts Neck affordable housing (Asbury Park Press)
  • Wednesday 11/18/09- Lakewood smart-growth plan not too smart (Asbury  Park Press)
  • Thursday 11/19/09- Maplewood downsizes development plan (Star-Ledger)
  • Thursday 11/19/09- Another possible developer for Belleville site? (Bergen Record)
  • Thursday 11/19/09- Long Branch seeks urban center status (Atlanticville)
  • Friday 11/20/09– Ocean City developers suing Egg Harbor Township for return of recreation fees, land (Press of Atlantic City)
  • Friday 11/20/09- Pleasantville begins $150 million redevelopment effort (Press of Atlantic City)

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