The Coalition for Affordable Housing and the Environment is a statewide group of planning, environmental and housing organizations who recognize the interdependency of urban, suburban and rural communities. Identifying those areas in which environmental, planning and housing goals intersect, the Coalition – working with its members and other advocates from around the state – crafts multi-faceted solutions that would create a New Jersey with abundant open spaces, a clean environment, healthy cities, and reasonable housing opportunities for all its residents. By finding common ground on issues that affect every community in the state, the Coalition is building a unique partnership for a just and sustainable New Jersey.
CAHE has signed on to a letter to DCA Commissioner Richard Constable regarding recommendations on the State of New Jersey’s Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) draft Action Plan Amendment 7, The letter can be found here.
CAHE is now a member of TogetherNorthJersey, a consortium of partners undertaking a regional planning initiative to develop a Regional Plan for Sustainable Development in the 13-county North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority region of New Jersey.
NJ Supreme Court invalidates third round rules and growth share. COAH must promulgate new rules within 5 months.
NJ. Supreme Court rules nonprofit housing groups do not have to pay property taxes. See Supreme Court Decision here.
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