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Oakwood at Madison Corp. v. Madison, Township of

Citation: 2 ELR 20670
No. No. L-7502-70 P.W., 283 A.2d 353/3 ERC 1541/117 N.J. Super. 11, (N.J. Super. Ct., 03/09/1971)

A municipality which zoned large tracts of land exclusively for low-density, high-cost housing on the grounds that the township needed a "breathing spell" from fast population growth, may not use that zoning law as a means of evading its fair proportion of the obligation to meet the housing needs of its own population and of the region....

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