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  • 08/29/14NJAA Submits Amicus Brief in Appeal of Hamilton Twp. (Atlantic Co.) Licensing Ordinance

    The NJAA petitioned the Appellate Division of the Superior Court to join as an amicus curiae in support of the appellant in Timber Glen vs. Township of Hamilton (Atlantic County). The apartment firm, Timber Glen, is asking the court to invalidate Hamilton’s apartment licensing scheme as impermissible under state laws enabling municipalities to adopt licensure ordinances.Continue Reading

  • 08/13/14NJAA Charitable Fund to Host Annual Golf Outing at Crestmont Country Club

    The New Jersey Apartment Association (NJAA) Charitable Fund, Inc. will host its Annual Golf Outing on Monday, September 8, 2014 at the Crestmont Country Club, 750 Eagle Rock Avenue in West Orange. Continue Reading

  • 08/1/14NJAA Submits Formal Comments Objecting to Proposed Increase in BHI 5-Year Inspection Fees

    The NJAA submitted formal comments in advance of the August 1st filing deadline opposing a proposed increase in fees for the BHI 5-Year Inspection. The Department of Community Affairs (DCA) is proposing to increase a number of fees that support code enforcement and other activities within the Division of Codes & Standards. Continue Reading

  • 08/1/14NJAA Submits Formal Comments Objecting to COAH Third Round Regulations

    The NJAA submitted comments in advance of the August 1st filing deadline opposing the proposed revisions to the Council on Affordable Housing (COAH) Third Round regulations. The New Jersey Supreme Court had ordered COAH to adopt regulations mirroring the previous rounds' methodology, however, the current proposal deviates significantly from the prior round methodology. Continue Reading

  • 07/21/14N.J. Supreme Court Ruling is Key Victory for Brownfield Redevelopment; NJAA Participated as Amicus Curiae

    The New Jersey Apartment Association, as amicus curiae, filed a brief and participated in oral argument last April in the matter of Magic Petroleum Corp. v. Exxonmobil Corp., 2011 WL 3047808 (App. Div. July 26, 2011). Continue Reading

Advocacy In Action

Multifamily Inspections: Restore Commonsense and Balance to Multifamily Inspections in New Jersey

A-3835 (Ryan/Jasey/Cryan) and S-2795 (Van Drew/Oroho) clarifies state law to restore common-sense and balance to a comprehensive registration/regulation/inspection system that has, for nearly 45 years, served renters and the public well. It aligns and clarifies various statutes to make the State solely responsible for establishing and enforcing registration, maintenance, use, and inspection standards for rental properties of 3 or more units and prevents municipalities from imposing additional registration, licensure or inspection schemes on properties already registered with and inspected by the State.See NJAA Position

Water Conservation: Encourage Conservation by Sub-Metering Water Usage

Residents who pay for their own water use less. Understanding one’s usage is necessary in order to reduce both the amount of water used and the amount they are billed for. This enables residents to directly reduce the cost by reducing the amount used.See NJAA Position

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