The blueprint for growth and preservation is integral not just to development but also to quality of life in New Jersey
Spending billions to rebuild misses the crux of the issue, and only guarantees that billions more will be spent next time.
The Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 could help fund the redevelopment of the state's urban centers and suburban office parks.
Long-term funding for Green Acres and other preservation programs can ease the impact of Sandy, future extreme storms.
High-density, mixed-use development could fuel city's fiscal engine.
The state can't function effectively with an outmoded rail system that strains to carry millions of residents to work.
With bill before lawmakers, anything we do to curb ‘municipal madness’ is good for NJ.
Last week, the public comment period closed for the new State Strategic Plan. Last updated more than 10 years ago, it is intended to guide ...
The antics of the Tea Party aside, the draft state plan envisions a New Jersey that can accommodate growth, change, and protection.
A broader planning framework recognizes that rules are about saying 'yes," as well as 'no.'