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This Week in Land Use

September 28th, 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 9/14/09– Developer offers new promises for Atlantic City’s Garwood Mills site (Press of Atlantic City)
  • Tuesday 9/15/09- Sprucing Up in Campbell’s Hometown (New York Times)
  • Tuesday 9/15/09- Renewing open space fund will pay benefits for New Jersey (Star-Ledger)
  • Wednesday 9/16/09- Meadows panel gets an earful of EnCap (Bergen Record)
  • Wednesday 9/16/09- Orange hopes new water plant lets development flow (Star Ledger)
  • Wednesday 9/16/09- Development pits locals against day-care center (Trenton Times)
  • Wednesday 9/16/09- Long Branch approves eminent domain settlement (Asbury Park Press)
  • Wednesday 9/16/09- New Jersey Transit plans new link to Atlantic City line (Press of Atlantic City)
  • Thursday 9/17/09– Ocean County freeholders approve purchase of 42 acres for open space (Press of Atlantic City)
  • Friday 9/18/09– Wenonah residents voice concerns over light rail plans in meeting with officials from town, Delaware River Port Authority (Gloucester County Times)
  • Friday 9/18/09- All New Jersey benefits by renewing state open space fund (New Jersey Newsroom)
  • Friday 9/18/09– A pipe in the park galvanizes Piscataway residents (Star-Ledger)

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