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This Week in Land Use

October 23rd, 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.

  • Saturday 10/17/09- Bell Labs site, sewers at issue in Holmdel election (Asbury Park Press)
  • Saturday 10/17/09- Opponents of Palisades strip mall file suit (Bergen Record)
  • Monday 10/19/09- Land along the Musconetcong and Delaware rivers to be preserved in Warren, Hunterdon counties (Express Times)
  • Monday 10/19/09- Pearl Restaurant in Somers Point refuses to give in to eminent domain (Press of Atlantic City)
  • Monday 10/19/09- Race strengthens riders’ resolve for more legal land (Press of Atlantic City)
  • Monday 10/19/09- Developer to seek zone change from Howell council Tuesday (Asbury Park Press)
  • Monday 10/19/09- Sewer system surprises may be a drain on development (NJ BIZ)
  • Tuesday 10/20/09- Fort Hancock developer removed (Star-Ledger)
  • Wednesday 10/21/09 Landowners looking to take Highlands lawsuit to the New Jersey Supreme Court (Express Times)
  • Wednesday 10/21/09 Somerville trades back taxes for land purchase (Courier News)
  • Thursday 10/22/09– Freeholders vote to protect Little Egg Harbor forest (Asbury Park Press)
  • Friday 10/23/09- Kinnelon opts to purchase Weber Tract (Bergen Record)

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