Tag: coah

Guess How Many Affordable Housing Units Could Be Coming to Bergen County?

If you missed last week’s affordable housing decision from the N.J. Supreme Court, Save Jerseyans, then get caught up ASAP right here. The bottom line? New Jersey communities face NEW property tax-busting affordable housing requirements, as many as 150,000 unit Read More

New Jersey Needs Reasonable Affordable Housing Reforms

By Senator Kip Bateman and Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli The New Jersey Superior Court Appellate Division will soon issue a ruling that will determine if municipalities must build tens of thousands of affordable housing units that they were not required to Read More

COAH is back (and badder than ever) in Middlesex with new “protocols”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog After the New Jersey Supreme Court gave trial courts jurisdiction over affordable housing in the Garden State back in March of this year, Save Jerseyans, we knew there was potential for some interesting opinions Read More

New Jersey’s Supremes direct trial courts to manage affordable housing

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Assemblyman Greg McGuckin voiced frustration on Tuesday afternoon, Save Jerseyans, after our state Supreme Court gave trial courts jurisdiction over affordable housing in the Garden State. Click here to read the Opinion of Justice Read More

Supremes Want New COAH Mandate

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Updated 4:04 p.m. Here we go again. In controversial 3-2 opinion released on Thursday afternoon, New Jersey’s Supreme Court has ordered the Council on Affordable Housing (COAH) to resume meeting and, within five months, promulgate Read More

Christie Blasts COAH Decision

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog If you needed another reason to vote Republican in this November’s state senate elections, Save Jerseyans, here’s a biggie. The N.J. Supreme Court ruled earlier today that Governor Chris Christie exceeded his authority by abolishing Read More