Two Paths to Affordable Housing, Or Not

Posted March 1st, 2024

A study, released in January by the public policy think tank New Jersey Future, compared Morris and Monmouth counties, two white, affluent and largely suburban counties that the nonprofit says have taken different paths in dealing with state housing mandates. Affordable housing has developed in both counties in markedly different ways that have led to more or less racial integration, differing distributions of affordable housing, and contrasting compliance with housing legislation. Learn more about how housing has developed in Monmouth and Morris counties by reading an article in the Daily Record or checking out the study.

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