ROSAH Files Objection to Rumson Housing Settlements

On March 5, 2020, ROSAH filed its objection to the Rumson Housing Settlements. In support of the objection, ROSAH relied on expert engineering and planning reports, which concluded that Rumson's settlements with Fair Share Housing Center and Yellow Brook Property Co., LLC conflict with the intent of the Mount Laurel doctrine, are inconsistent with the Borough's master plan documents, and incompatible with sound planning principles. Based on the findings of its experts, ROSAH argued that the settlement agreements should not receive court approval because they are not fair to the interests of low- and moderate-income households and fail to provide a realistic likelihood of construction that is affordable to such households.

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