Our hope is he takes the opportunity to streamline and improve the program, as the Mount Laurel rulings have resulted in the construction of an estimated 60,000 homes.
Fair Share Housing Center requested those documents through the Open Public Records Act (OPRA), and has created a new website that contains the information submitted to COAH.
The Court's decision requires the state's municipalities to continue providing zoning for homes affordable to working families, people with special needs, and seniors on fixed incomes.
FSHC has been at the forefront of advocacy and litigation to protect the Mt Laurel Doctrine and preserve municipal housing trust funds for the development of affordable homes.
Our leaders need to work together to ensure that our residents have a range of homes to choose from which will help our economy grow.