The Third Round Rules conflict with the Fair Housing Act and are ultra vires
...American Hotel in Freehold. Koenig, who was a partner with Stickel, Koenig & Sullivan in Cedar Grove, handled land use and municipal law. The...
The state Supreme Court is again tackling the twin problems of providing affordable housing in New Jersey towns and preventing municipal zoning that attempts to exclude it
COAH shall adopt new third-round rules that use a methodology for determining prospective need similar to the methodology used in prior rounds rather than a growth-share methodology
The development application for a billboard is remanded to defendant-board for reconsideration of whether the applicant has satisfied all respects of Coventry Square
A divided state Supreme Court holds that a town engaged in impermissible spot zoning by changing an ordinance in response to citizens' concerns about traffic and pollution that would result from the
...water and sewer connections, says their lawyer, Stuart Koenig, of Stickel Koenig & Sullivan in Cedar Grove. He adds that the rules...
...owned land in Wayne. Stuart Koenig, an attorney with Stickel, Koenig & Sullivan in Cedar Grove who represents the N.J. League of Municipalities...
An appeals court on Thursday struck down rules that govern how New Jersey local governments provide affordable housing, saying the rules "frustrate, rather than further, a realistic opportunity for t
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