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  • Local Land Use Policies and Affordable Housing for Seniors

    Posted December 19th, 2019

    An opinion piece in The Hill discusses the issue of how to affordably house seniors and the role land use policies play in the ability, or inability, of cities to meet the needs of this expanding population group: In the next decade one in five Americans will be over the age of 65, the largest population of seniors in U.S. history. Keep reading »

  • NJ Hospitals Receive Incentives to Create More Affordable Housing

    Posted November 22nd, 2019

    Six New Jersey hospitals, in partnership with the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency (NJHMFA), are literally and figuratively breaking ground as they launch plans to provide affordable housing in New Jersey. Keep reading »

  • Englewood Cliffs Loses Affordable Housing Lawsuit

    Posted September 5th, 2019

    A Bergen County judge has ruled against Englewood Cliffs in an affordable housing lawsuit, claiming the borough has “acted in bad faith” and “made a concerted effort to avoid compliance with its obligation.” Get the full story. Keep reading »

  • One Woman’s Determination to Provide Affordable Housing

    Posted July 26th, 2019

    Despite helping to fundamentally transform New Jersey’s laws on affordable housing, Helen Kenny Motzenbecker, 90, never set out to be a hero. Keep reading »

  • Affordable Housing in NJ Roundtable

    Posted July 15th, 2019

    At an NJ Spotlight roundtable, held in Hamilton on May 31, experts looked at the history of the affordable housing issue in New Jersey — from the Mount Laurel decisions to the current court process — and addressed several key questions, including how many homes might get built and whether the state will retake control of the process. Keep reading »

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