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Dy-Dee Site Redevelopment

 

This page has been set up to provide Township residents with important information concerning the former Dy-Dee site Redevelopment and to ensure governmental transparency.

 

Updates on Dy-Dee site redevelopment

Please click on the links below to read the agreement in it’s entirety.

ORDINANCE #1339 ADOPTING CERTAIN AMENDEMENTS TO REDEVELOPMENT PLAN

SECOND AMENDMENT TO REDEV. ORDINANCE #1340

ORDINANCE 1341 FINANCIAL AGREEMENT TOWNE CENTER 2015

 

20150407 Haddon Town Center Elevations (Reduced) (2)

6-29-15-REV-BLDG-LOCATION-PARKING

 LITIGATION SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT WITH ATTACHMENTS

 

 

Planning & Zoning

July 2, 2015 Planning/Zoning Agenda

Amendments to the Redevelopment Plan for the DyDee Site

June 15, 2015

Dy-Dee Redevelopment Agreement-Part 1

Dy-Dee Redevelopment Agreement-Part 2

ORDINANCE 1090 REDEVELOPMENT PLAN

RESOLUTION #2003-097 APPT REDEV FOR DYDEE SITE (2)

 

Updates on COAH and Fair Share Housing Litigation

Will COAH’s New Ground Rules Mean Less Affordable Housing – NJ Spotlight

Critics blast Christie administration’s new NJ affordable housing plan NJ.com

 

Supreme Court Motion by Fair Share Housing Center to Enforce Litigant’s Rights in Adoption of Third Round Regulations by the Council on Affordable Housing. (June 17, 2014)

 

FAIR SHARE
HOUSING CENTER
June 17, 2014
Mark Neary, Clerk
Supreme Court of New Jersey 25 W. Market Street
P.O. Box 970
Trenton, NJ 08625-0970
Re: In re Adoption of Third Round Regulations, N.J.A.C. 5:96 and 5:97, by the Council on Affordable Housing, Docket No.: 67,126
Dear Mr. Neary:
Enclosed for filing please find Fair Share Housing Center’s Motion to Enforce Litigant’s Rights in the above-captioned matter.
Please return a copy of the proof of service to the courier who delivered this motion. Filing fees have been waived pursuant to the attached court order.
Please contact me with any questions or concerns.  Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Respectfully,
Kevin D. Walsh
Staff Attorney

 

 

To read the motion in it’s entirety, please click on the links below:

Supreme Court Motion – Part 1

Supreme Court Motion – Part 2

Supreme Court Motion – Part 3

 

 Related Articles:

(Courtesy of NJ Pen)

http://njpen.com/teague-talks-haddon-twp-redevelopment-at-backyard-meet-up/

(Courtesy of  The Retrospect)

Retrospect DyDee story1

Retrospect DyDee story2