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This Week in Land Use

February 12th, 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.

  • Sunday, 2/7/10- Middlesex County begins effort to preserve 144 acres (Star-Ledger)
  • Monday, 2/8/10- N.J. Legislature revives controversial bill delaying water quality rules (Star-Ledger)
  • Tuesday, 2/9/10- Madison continues planning for development of 49 acre Recreation Center (Independent Press)
  • Tuesday, 2/9/10- FEMA says no free beach for towns on Delaware Bay (Press of Atlantic City)
  • Wednesday, 2/10/10- Hillsborough to add to undeveloped land with Toll Brothers donation (Messenger Gazette)
  • Wednesday, 2/10/10- Now 3 Hunterdon towns oppose proposed big truck depot in Frankllin Twp. (Warren) (Hunterdon County Democrat)
  • Thursday, 2/11/10- Jersey City promises to meet with residents on new Journal Square plan (Jersey Journal)
  • Thursday, 2/11/10- Independence Township to mull conformance with Highlands Act, though mistrust runs deep (Express-Times)
  • Thursday, 2/11/10- Group opposes Waretown bid for Department of Environmental Protection exemption (Press of Atlantic City)
  • Friday, 2/12/10- Hillsborough tells developer Distinctive Properties to revise traffic pattern at proposed retail buildings (Messenger-Gazette)
  • Friday, 2/12/10-Branchburg’s North Branch vision plan for zoning, taffic patterns shared with public (Messenger-Gazette)

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