|NJ Supreme Court - Mt. Laurel Case Oral Arguments Heard Today in Trenton|
SHA was present today as the NJ Supreme Court heard oral arguments on the Mt. Laurel Doctrine. We are hopeful that the Court will uphold the law so that people of low income, many of whom live with disabilities, are not discriminated against and have access to affordable homes throughout the state.
See the Op-Ed published in today's Star Ledger:
By Tracy A. Siebold, counsel in the real estate department of Ballard Spahr LLP; Alison Recca-Ryan, Director of the New Jersey Program, CSH; and Gail Levinson, Executive Director, SHA.
You may also be interested in reading The Record's report on today's arguments by Anthony Campisi.
Many thanks to Fair Share Housing Center and other affordable housing advocates for their skilled defense of the doctrine!
|Hurricane Sandy Resources|
SHA has added two resource pages to our website in order to serve our member organizations, families and individuals affected by the storm. Please share these resources with others in your organization, particularly if you are in hard-hit areas in Central and South Jersey:
A Sandy Emergency Housing Needs And Vacancies page where we will post both emergency housing needs and vacancies in order to match people in need with available housing.You can email listings to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a short description, county/community, contact name, phone and email.
We have also added a list of links that may be helpful to people affected by Hurricane Sandy. If you have links you think we should add, including any of your agencies that are providing assistance, please send them to email@example.com.
|NJ Supportive Housing Conference is just 3 weeks away!|
Friday, December 7, 8am-4pm