Richard Schkolnick, Esq. Past Chair, NJSBA Land Use SectionLaw Offices of Richard Schkolnick, LLC, Millburn
Steven Tripp, Esq. Past Chair, NJSBA Land Use SectionWilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A., Woodbridge
Is it time for MLUL reform? Are there ways to more effectively and efficiently balance the rights of owners to use their properties and municipalities to reasonably regulate these uses?
By all accounts, after some apprehensive moments, New Jersey’s Land Use community responded remarkably well to the myriad of challenges created by Covid. But many neglected challenges remain, including our patchworked MLUL that has holes, gaps, and “areas in need of improvement.” All would agree that land development through “democracy” has evolved into a cumbersome and expensive process that cries out for streamlining and cost savings.
During this 9th edition of our provocative lunchtime webinar series, an All-Star lineup of notable New Jersey land use attorneys will present their “laundry lists” for reform, why they think their proposed changes are necessary, and how reform will impact municipalities, developers and the professionals that support the entitlement industry.
2.0 professional practice credits
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