Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Information can be found on the township website.
Colts Neck Township has several affordable housing units available in The Grande section of town. The application can be found on the township website, and is attached to this article. For more information, call the Colts Neck Township Administrator at 732-462-5470, x 100. Income guidelines:
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
American Properties at Middletown of Iselin will present their project "Heritage at Middletown."
A public hearing is scheduled tonight for a proposed housing project to be situated on 31 acres adjacent to Route 35 South, on both sides of Taylor Lane in Middletown. A portion of the heavily wooded parcel is zoned for multi-family housing. Most of the land is in Middletown, and some of it is in Holmdel Township. The property is owned by Harry Swartz, M.D. and Renee Swartz of Rumson and Joseph Becker, with a postal address in New York. According to documents at the Middletown Planning Office, the proposed use of the land is for 196 market-rate multifamily "stackable townhomes" and 49 affordable multifamily "flat" units, along with a 3,600 square foot clubhouse and a pool for the community. The 196 market rate townhomes are envisioned…
Friday, March 9, 2012
Court rules that the governor lacks authority to reorganize an independent agency, saying future of Council on Affordable Housing is up to state Legislature.
A state appeals panel has overturned Gov. Chris Christie's reorganization of New Jersey's affordable housing bureaucracy, saying the governor lacked authority to abolish an independent agency. Christie issued an executive order in June 2011 that eliminated the state Council on Affordable Housing and transferred its responsibilities to the state Department of Community Affairs. Christie says he will appeal the decision. "We are obviously disappointed with the court decision, which only perpetuates the nightmare New Jersey has endured for decades with the COAH bureaucracy," said Christie spokesman Michael Drewniak. In its ruling, written by Judge Philip S. Charchman, the appellate panel said that the state Reorganization Act "does not grant …
Friday, February 24, 2012
They are located in The Orchards development, off Laurel Avenue.
Friday, February 24, 2012
Four homes are currently for sale in the The Orchards, a townhouse development located off Laurel Avenue at Hylan Road. They are 1 and 3 bedroom townhomes. The specific addresses are not disclosed. Prices for the four units range from $54,541 to $152,673. Community Planning, Grants and Housing of East Windsor, contracted by Holmdel to market its affordable unit properties, is also building up its waiting list for future availabilities of 1, 2, and 3 bedroom homes in the following Holmdel townhouse neighborhoods in the north end of Holmdel. To be eligible to buy a unit, your household annual income must fall in these limits: Household Size Max Gross Annual Income Low Moderate 1 Person $31,987 $51,179 2 Persons $36,557 $58,490 3 Persons $…