This is a good start that will result in homes in 13 municipalities being available to lower-income families, seniors, and people with special needs.
NJ Spotlight has released a database of new affordable home obligations by municipality under rules proposed by COAH last month.
It is still unclear if the Third Round rules will protect the interests of working families, lower-income seniors, and people with special needs.
The NJ Supreme Court set November 17th as the deadline for COAH to adopt 3rd round Mount Laurel rules. The delay hurts people with disabilities.
The COAH decision is an appropriate response to year's of delay and this will help get more homes in NJ for families and people with disabilities.