Pashman Stein Walder Hayden Attorney Andrew Bayer quoted in centraljersey.com article, “Tinton Falls introduces ordinance to conclude affordable housing issue.” The article explains The Borough of Tinton Falls Council has scheduled a date for a public hearing on an ordinance that will, if adopted, implement Tinton Falls’ third round housing plan element and fair share plan.
“Bayer said when the court puts its final stamp of approval on the settlement agreement – an action that he said could occur by the end of March – Tinton Falls will have immunity through July 1, 2025 from lawsuits relating to affordable housing.”
“Tinton Falls has provided the necessary affordable housing and has additional affordable housing credits. The borough will be well poised going into the fourth round” of the state’s affordable housing program, Bayer told council members.
“In conjunction with the affordable housing ordinance, the council is expected to adopt an ordinance that addresses development fees. Those two actions will settle the affordable housing issue in Tinton Falls, according to Bayer and the council members.”
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