MASTER PLAN REVISION CHANGE SIGNED INTO LAW

120px-Seal_of_New_Jersey_svgLocal governments will get an extension on their master plan revision. Gov. Chris Christie signed a bill into law that will require the revisions be done every 10 years, instead of six. State Senator Jeff Van Drew was a sponsor of the bill and said it will provide flexibility to towns to save additional money. “This law in no way prevents a town or city from conducting an examination of their municipal master plan if they determine it is necessary before the 10-year mark, but it appropriately leaves the decision in the hands of local government,” said Sen. Van Drew.

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