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This Week in Land Use

July 2nd, 2010 by

Each Friday Garden State Smart Growth will post a collection of links to news articles pertaining to land use in New Jersey.

  • Saturday, 6/26/10- Port Authority plans for Bayonne’s MOT land and Global Terminal getting big thumbs up from dock workers, who wanted more jobs all along (Jersey Journal)
  • Saturday, 6/26/10- Cell tower plan OK’d in Lawrence (Trenton Times)
  • Sunday, 6/27/10- Newark residents hope to replace demolished housing project with park, gardens (Star-Ledger)
  • Monday, 6/28/10- Christie vows to veto developers fee moratorium bill after affordable housing impasse (Star-Ledger)
  • Monday, 6/28/10- N.J. Senate approves bill to sell 15 acres to Woodbridge for $1 (Star-Ledger)
  • Monday, 6/28/10- Barnegat Township considering portion of downtown, old landfill, sand mine for redevelopment (Press of Atlantic City)
  • Tuesday, 6/29/10- N.J. legislators OK extension to ‘dual appraisal’ system for Highlands towns (Lehighvalleylive.com)
  • Tuesday, 6/29/10- Horseshoe Bend Road seller could sue Hunterdon for breaching preservation contract (Hunterdon County Democrat)
  • Wednesday, 6/30/10- Developer of Journal Square project asks permission to expand farmers market onto vacant dirt lot (Jersey Journal)
  • Thursday, 7/1/10- Environmentalists criticize Cranbury warehouse proposal (Trenton Times)
  • Friday, 7/2/10- Mountain Lakes eliminates zoning appeals to its council (Star-Ledger)
  • Friday, 7/2/10- Agendas clash on transit zone for Summit’s Franklin Place (Independent Press)

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