State Assembly Passes Bill to Make Changes to Affordable Housing

Posted February 29th, 2024

New Jersey lawmakers have advanced legislation (A-4) they say would lead towns to take a more creative approach to solving the state's shortage of affordable housing. The bill includes a number of incentives to put lower-priced dwellings near key resources like grocery stores and transit centers. It would also dissolve the defunct Council on Affordable Housing. The next step is for the bill to go to the Senate. Learn more about the bill.

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