The state’s on again, off again battle with affordable housing is headed back to court again. The New Jersey Supreme Court announced that it will hear a case that could once again set new affordable housing regulations in New Jersey. 13 different New Jersey communities and the New Jersey League of Municipalities filed the motion in court asking for consideration. Governor Chris Christie had a bill presented to his desk that would have abolished the Council on Affordable Housing, but he didn’t sign it.
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- EXPERTS: MORE CASINOS TO CLOSE IN ATLANTIC CITY
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