Author Archives: NJBA

20 Nov
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Fall Dimensions

Fall Dimensions Please click the image below to view the Fall 2018 issue of Dimensions.
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30 Oct
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President Troy Lends Support to Vo-Tech Initiative

This week, NJBA President Tom Troy attended a press conference held by Senate President Sweeney to discuss the importance of S2293/A3902 (Sweeney/Benson) – “Securing Our Children’s Future Bond Act.” NJBA strongly supports this ballot initiative that will allow voters to ...
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30 Aug
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Support BPAC

Take a moment to watch our new video about the importance of BPAC, starring NJBA Associate VP Michael Borodinsky and Summer Soirée Co-Chair Debra Tantleff. Help support BPAC by attending the Summer Soiree or making a donation today!
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22 Aug
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2-10 Home Buyers Warranty Announces the Launch of Walt’s Corner 

NJBA Master Sponsor 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty (2-10 HBW) has recently launched Walt’s Corner, which features unique articles that speak to builders’ challenges and how to overcome them. Every month, 2-10 HBW will be featuring an article written by Risk ...
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10 Aug
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NJBA’s Sewer and Water Connection Fee Credit Legislation Signed into Law 

After being pocket vetoed by Governor Christie at the end of the lame duck session, NJBA's connection fee bill, S1247/A2779 (Rice/Greenwald), was signed into law today by Governor Murphy.
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27 Jun
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NJ Supreme Court Rules Unfavorably in Time of Application Case

On June 20, 2018, the NJ Supreme Court affirmed the Appellate Division's judgement that Dunbar Homes Inc. was not protected by the Time of Application (TOA) Rule and Franklin Township's Board of Adjustment had not acted arbitrarily, capriciously or unreasonably.
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13 Jun
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Pave the way for summer help!

School is ending and vacation plans are right around the corner. Hiring temporary, summer staff is the perfect solution for companies that want to stay productive while many employees are taking a respite from the office.
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08 Jun
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Major Victory in Motion to Determine Scope of the 1,000 Unit Cap

by Henry Kent-Smith, Esq. On Tuesday, Judge Mary C. Jacobson denied a motion filed by the Township of West Windsor seeking an interpretation that the 1,000 unit cap should be applied to “pre-credited need,” which is the same ruling adopted ...
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23 May
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Spring Dimensions

Spring Dimensions Please click the image below to view the Spring 2018 issue of Dimensions.
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24 Apr
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Sensible Stormwater Standards

Click here to read “Sensible Stormwater Standards,” by NJBA Past President George T. Vallone, NJBA Vice President of Regulatory & Legal Affairs Elizabeth George-Cheniara, Esq., and NAHB Program Manager, Environmental Policy, Eva Birk, featured in the recent edition of NAHB ...
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