From: The Times of Trenton
It’s a classic case of “Catch 22.”
As they wait for state approvals for committing affordable housing
funds, municipal officials throughout New Jersey find themselves fending
off state attempts to take that money — because it’s not being spent.
But now that the state has been caught with its hand in the
proverbial cookie jar, the case will go before a state appeals court
June 5 to determine if the New Jersey Council on Affordable Housing is
justified in commandeering as much as $164 million from the towns.
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