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This Week in Land Use

December 11th, 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, 12/07/09- Update: Mahwah opts to follow Highlands plan (Bergen Record)
  • Monday, 12/07/09- Paterson Council introduces land acquisition plans (Suburban Trends)
  • Monday. 12/07/09- Development-restricting Highlands Act draws lessons from 31-year-old South Jersey Pinelands National Reserve (Express-Times)
  • Tuesday, 12/08/09- Change in N.J. affordable-home rules stymies builders (Philadelphia Inquirer, archived)
  • Wednesday, 12/09/09- Highlands Act conformance deadline passes, resisted by some towns (The Express-Times)
  • Wednesday, 12/09/09- Two Warren County townships openly defy N.J. Highlands Act (Star-Ledger)
  • Wednesday, 12/09/09- NJ Transit to spend $735,000 on study of Atlantic City rail line expansion (Press of Atlantic City)
  • Thursday, 12/10/09- COAH ruling stymies Walden Woods case (Trenton Times)
  • Friday, 12/11/09- Franklin Township, Clayton advance redevelopment options for shared tract (Gloucester County Times)
  • Friday, 12/11/09- DEP postpones $2.5M in green grants to towns (Bergen Record)
  • Friday, 12/11/09- 12 firms compete to create open space plan for Cumberland County (Press of Atlantic City)

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