Nj Recreational Marijuana Law

Latest NJ Cannabis Bill Advances, Prioritizes Jersey City, Newark Businesses

New Jersey’s legal marijuana industry could get going next year, and an advancing bill has significant benefits for four of the state’s largest cities.
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Newark Symphony Hall Broad Street Newark

City of Newark to Buy Back $61 Million in Properties Including Symphony Hall

Newark officials are looking to buy $61 million worth of property from the Essex County Improvement Authority.
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Two Companies Sue Hoboken, Seeking to Void Hilton Hotel Deal

Landowners near the future hotel site have filed suit against city officials and KMS Development Partners, looking to block an agreement they claim is a “blatant quid pro quo.”
Liquor License Legislation New Jersey

Finalized New Jersey Liquor License Reform Bill Moves Forward

The state’s Assembly advanced a bill that would create two new types of licenses for restaurants without bar areas, which would give eateries cheaper booze-serving options.
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Jersey City Set to Officially Acquire Powerhouse from Port Authority

The city council is about to take a step forward that would acquire the building.
Union City Sign

Union City Adopts New Marketing Plan for Affordable Housing

The city will require affordable housing developers to advertise in newspapers and on radio or TV, according to a new resolution.
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Newport Jersey City Skyline

Jersey City Studies Whether to Enact Inclusionary Housing Ordinance

Jersey City could follow in Newark’s footsteps and enact an ordinance requiring a certain percentage of units in some new buildings to be designated as “affordable.”
Army National Guard Armory 120 Roseville Avenue Newark

Could the Newark National Guard Armory be Demolished?

The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs is studying the feasibility of tearing down the armory in Newark’s Roseville neighborhood.
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Union City Bans Marijuana Pexels

Hoboken Weighs Ordinance Allowing Marijuana Shops in Six Neighborhoods

In preparation for the state possibly legalizing the drug, the city council is looking to limit neighborhoods where pot shops could open in Hoboken.
Skyline Jersey City

Jersey City to Triple the Cost of Major Film Permits

While “Joker” is taping in Journal Square, the city considers increasing the cost to produce a major film in Jersey City.

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