Zoning and building code regulations would be relaxed to allow New Jersey municipalities to create Tiny Homes, affordable dwellings between 300 and 500 square-feet, under proposed legislation by New Jersey state Senator Raymond D. Lesniak (D).
A showdown is on the horizon as Toms River officials refuse to accept the state's map designating three areas in the Township for likely affordable housing construction to meet third-round obligations.
The Toms River Township Council this week approved a resolution to allow an age-restricted, senior citizen complex to be built on municipal-owned land at the intersection of Massachusetts and Cox Crow Road, as part of its state-mandated affordable housing plan.
A divided New Jersey Supreme Court on Thursday issued its latest ruling in a string of cases on affordable housing that date to the 1970s, ordering the state to rewrite its rules for how many homes for low-income residents each town is responsible for and inviting lawmakers to rethink their approach to the issue.
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