On Friday, December 26, 2014, Governor Christie signed bill A3815/S2551 into law, which extends for one year the expiration date of certain development permits pursuant to the "Permit Extension Act of 2008".
NPD Partner Keith Davis recently won a contested case on behalf of Health Resources of New Jersey, LLC, a regional developer of nursing homes and assisted care facilities, in New Jersey Superior Court.
NPD Partner Steve Nehmad recently won a hotly contested case on behalf of Wawa in New Jersey Superior Court against a business competitor seeking to prevent the development of a new Wawa food and fuel facility in South Toms River, Ocean County.
The NPD Fall/Winter 2014 Newsletter is here
In the Press of Atlantic City: "The Gates at Somers Point, where the nonprofit Community Quest unsuccessfully tried to establish veterans’ housing a few years ago, is under contract to the Streamwood Company, said attorney Keith Davis of Nehmad Perillo & Davis in Egg Harbor Township."
NPD Attorney Tracy Siebold representing Gurwicz company in Northfield affordable housing development
“The Gurwicz organization is actively working with city officials and professionals to come up with a development plan that is mutually beneficial,” said Gurwicz attorney Tracy Siebold, of Nehmad Perillo & Davis in Egg Harbor Township. (Press of Atlantic City, 11/17/14)
On Monday, October 6th, Governor Christie signed bill S2264 into law, which gives "renaissance schools" created under the 2012 Urban Hope Act — which are privately run and similar to charter schools — more time to apply to open, as well as the ability to open in "substantially" reconstructed facilities, as opposed to brand new ones.
On September 10, 2014, Governor Christie conditionally vetoed legislation (A1907/S1011) which would have extended the expired moratorium on the payment of non-residential affordable housing development fees in New Jersey. The effect of this conditional veto is that the development fee on new commercial and industrial development remains in effect and must be paid going forward.
The NJDOT recently issued a rule proposal significantly increasing all application and permit fees by approximately 75% to 80%. These increased fees will affect all development along the NJ State Highway system – either private or public projects.
The Nehmad Perillo & Davis Spring/Summer 2014 Newsletter is here