Tuesday, August 8, 2017

NJ court: You're grandfathered to build on mountain



Conservationists may try to raise enough money to save an 85-acre site on a mountain in New Jersey's scenic Highlands. If they fail, a developer now has court approval to send in the bulldozers.

A New Jersey appellate court ruled Friday that permits issued by the Christie administration for a controversial and long-delayed, 204-unit development on High Mountain in Oakland were appropriately approved.

James M. O'Neil covers the story for The Record.  

Tom Johnson reports it here for NJ Spotlight

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