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This Week in Land Use

June 25th, 2010 by

Each Friday Garden State Smart Growth will post a collection of links to news articles pertaining to land use in New Jersey. We try our best to capture all relevant stories, but we’re not perfect. Let us know in the comments if we’ve missed anything.

  • Saturday, 6/19/10- Wind farms don’t hurt wildlife, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection says ahead of construction off Atlantic City’s coast (Press of Atlantic City)
  • Saturday, 6/19/10- Upper Pittsgrove solar farm plan denied (Today’s Sunbeam)
  • Saturday, 6/19/10- White Township zoning board settles dispute over trucking business (Express-Times)
  • Sunday, 6/20/10- Developers look to drop age restrictions at senior housing projects to try to sell units (Press of Atlantic City)
  • Monday, 6/21/10
  • Tuesday, 6/22/10- Jersey City council members to vote tomorrow on $7.65 million bond to finance purchase of Sixth Street Embankment (Jersey Journal)
  • Tuesday, 6/22/10- Army is asking Bayonne Local Redevelopment Authority for $55 million in funds it claims should have been spent on infrastructure at Peninsula (Jersey Journal)
  • Wednesday, 6/23/10- N.J. Supreme Court sides with Moorestown couple in Avalon beach case (Philadelphia Inquirer)
  • Wednesday, 6/23/10- Salem County town gives preliminary OK to scaled-down solar project (Philadelphia Inquirer)
  • Wednesday, 6/23/10- Barnegat Township sues Menk Corp. and Ocean County over defects in homes in Four Seasons at Mirage (Press of Atlantic City)
  • Wednesday, 6/23/10- Montvale rezoning challenged (Bergen Record)
  • Thursday, 6/24/10- Passaic Bank Tower gamble may not pay off (Bergen Record)
  • Thursday, 6/24/10- Orange unveils plan to revive public housing complex (Star-Ledger)
  • Thursday, 6/24/10- Lopatcong Township Planning Board gives 240-home Sycamore Landing development preliminary approval (Express-Times)
  • Friday, 6/25/10- Haddon Heights mayor’s development plan stirring debate (Philadelphia Inquirer)

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