Egg Harbor Township has very recently enacted a new ordinance regulating signs in the Township.
On June 20, 2018, the New Jersey Supreme Court handed down its decision in Dunbar Homes, Inc. v. Zoning Board of Adjustment of Township of Franklin and affirmed the Appellate Division’s holding that a “complete” application for development, as defined under the Municipal Land Use Law, must be filed in order for a developer to take advantage of the “time of application” rule. This typically means that the application form, fees, and all checklist requirements under the ordinance (for a site plan, subdivision and/or variance application) must be filed.
The Spring/Summer 2018 NPD Newsletter is here!
NPD Partner Steve Nehmad recently attended a ceremony at Atlantic Cape Community College where he awarded a scholarship to students.
On January 15, during his last day in office, Gov. Chris Christie signed into law Assembly Bill 1425/Senate Bill 3233, which implements major reforms to the requirements for the posting of performance and maintenance guarantees under the Municipal Land Use Law (MLUL), N.J.S.A. 40:55D-1 et seq. The new law is effective immediately. Municipalities are now constrained from requiring performance and maintenance guarantees for private improvements in a development.
Following a full trial on the issues, an NJ Administrative Law Judge recently ruled in favor of NPD Partner Eric Goldstein, upholding the results of an extensive investigation by the Hamilton Township (Atlantic County) School District that resulted in the complete protection of a student who had been intimidated by another child.