The West Orange Town Council approved two ordinances on Tuesday that could make way for a movie studio owned by Whoopi Goldberg.
New Jersey City legislation aims to keep residents of high-rises safe while addressing any potential structural problems that arise at existing developments.
The property in question is already owned by a developer.
Mayor Steve Fulop and his wife Jaclyn recently bought a large property on Ogden Avenue, which counts as the third property owned by the pair.
The Citizens Budget Advisory Committee (CBAC), a nine-member board comprised of local business professionals, opposed the 6.35 percent increase in the municipal budget.
A builder renovating two homes says that longtime politico Michael Manzo revoked his permits to “teach [him] a lesson,” later demanding a friendship to avoid his wrath.
The city recently acquired about an acre of land next to an existing greenspace and has awarded a contract to add a temporary playground, basketball courts, and community gardens at the space.
A legal settlement permitting the city to purchase an acre of land in exchange for allowing greater development density at properties owned by Academy Bus will be debated, along with an $8.1 million bond ordinance that would fund the deal.
Officials have moved forward with a plan to investigate whether a swath of Downtown land could qualify as a redevelopment area after a deal that would have paved the way for a linear park was derailed.
Two state senators have introduced a bill that would cap the height of all new developments east of Palisade Avenue at 10 feet below the cliff line, which would have a dramatic impact on certain neighborhoods.