On July 8, APA-NJ along with NJ Future and HCDNNJ have filed a joint amicus curiae brief in the New Jersey Supreme Court supporting the Fair Share Housing Center’s Motion to Enforce Litigant’s Rights.
This summer, the Partnership and Data Services team will be conducting a series of free data access webinars. Join online to learn about datasets and data retrieval tools.
From June through September 2014, the Rutgers Voorhees Transportation Center will be offering free assistance to NJ municipalities seeking to take advantage of the economic, health, and safety benefits of improving walkability and bikeability.
The 2014 nominations are now open for “Great Places in New Jersey,” the Chapter’s flagship initiative to celebrate downtowns, neighborhoods, streets, and public spaces of exemplary character, quality, and planning. The deadline for submitting nominations under this year’s program closes on July 15.
While trudging through the ongoing rebuilding from Hurricane Sandy, coastal communities pounded by the devastating storm are trying to form long-term strategies for addressing a wide-range of recovery needs with a finite amount of money.
On April 11, the chapter submitted the following comments in response to the State of New Jersey’s draft Hazard Mitigation Plan.