N.J. Supreme Court to issue major affordable housing decision

N.J. Supreme Court to issue major affordable housing decision (via NJ.com)

Keith A. Muccilli/For The Star-Ledger TRENTON — The state Supreme Court will hand down a long-awaited decision today on how many affordable-housing units New Jersey’s towns must provide for their lowest-income residents. At issue, again, is the…

Posted: September 26th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: New Jersey, News, NJ Courts, NJ Judiciary, NJ Supreme Court, NJNewsCommons, RePost | Tags: , , , , | 3 Comments »

3 Comments on “N.J. Supreme Court to issue major affordable housing decision”

  1. Working Suburban White Guy said at 8:13 am on September 26th, 2013:

    Don’t worry! I’ll pay for whatever decision they make in my property tax!

    AND Mary Pat Angelini will make sure that the gays get to marry.

    Good job Barbara Gonzalez and BS.TPG for primarying the right incumbent!

    Nothing to see here…continue driving the middle class down and the wealthy out.

  2. Bob English said at 9:04 am on September 26th, 2013:

    One of the biggesgt flaws in current COAH regs is that no credit is given for any housing that was constructed prior to 1981 that otherwise would be considered affordable. This is unfair to many municipalites where the majority of its housing was built (and land developed) prior to that time.

  3. Rich said at 9:22 am on September 26th, 2013:

    Dear Mrs. Angelini,
    I’m a landlord slumlord and I rent a house AT AN AFFORDABLE RATE to some people of questionable immigration and gang affiliation status that the local police pretend do not live here illegally and ignore and who I suspect might be gay. Can I get a property tax credit for providing affordable housing to gay illegal gang members????