January 8, 2024 | njspotlightnews.org
Lawmakers planned to approve A-4, a 70-page bill that seeks to replace the defunct Council on Affordable Housing (COAH) with a process similar to the one used by a superior court judge in 2018 to determine how many homes communities need to allow within their borders. But other measures were given greater priority during the lame-duck legislative session. Now, legislative sources said they hope to pass the measure early in the session that begins Tuesday.
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