The township ordinance prohibiting the erection of billboards is not overly extensive and it reasonably advances the township's substantial interests in traffic safety and aesthetics
A regulation that seeks to control student conduct at all times and places exceeds the authority conferred on local school boards to regulate student conduct
A Bergen County school district was out of bounds with a policy that banned high school students from school clubs and teams for off-campus and after-school misconduct, a state appeals court rules
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The development application for a billboard is remanded to defendant-board for reconsideration of whether the applicant has satisfied all respects of Coventry Square
In light of the township's failure to produce the evidence on which it relied in enacting a total ban on billboards, its motion for summary judgment is premature and plaintiff's motion for additional
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