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Land Use at WJ&L

Our conference room shows in pictures and plans just how active our Land Use practice continues to be. Some highlights of 2016 in this area include Inserra ShopRites in Elmwood Park and Wyckoff (full story elsewhere); Charles Schwab, Dellridge Health and Rehabilitation Center, Arcola Golf Club practice facility, Floor and Décor, Catch Air (a children’s […]

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MULTI-FAMILY HOUSING- THE DAYTON AND CHESTNUT VILLAGE IN RIDGEWOO

MULTI-FAMILY HOUSING- THE DAYTON AND CHESTNUT VILLAGE IN RIDGEWOO COMING TO RIDGEWOOD For the last several years, Tom Wells and Andy Kohut of our office, have lead an effort to convince the Ridgewood Planning Board to amend the Village Master Plan and Zoning, to permit several new high density apartment projects downtown. Our clients, Garden […]

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Free New Jersey Property Tax Relief Analysis for damage caused by Hurricane Sandy

If you or someone you know has suffered devastating damage to commercial or residential real property, you or they may be entitled to Property Tax Relief.  Kenneth A. Porro, Esq., Partner in our Litigation Department, who specializes in Real Property Tax Appeals, is offering to review New Jersey property tax assessments at no charge to those […]

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Shop Rite Approved Unanimously in Wyckoff!

Jim Jaworski, Esq., (Administrative Partner who actively practices in the firm’s Land Use Department) is pleased to announce that after more than 2 years and 30 something Planning Board hearings, 3 Design Review Commission meetings and 4 or 5 Shade Tree Commission meetings, the Site Plan for Wyckoff Shop Rite was unanimously approved on November 26 […]

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Free New Jersey Property Tax Relief Analysis for damage caused by Hurricane Sandy

If you or someone you know has suffered devastating damage to commercial or residential real property, you or they may be entitled to Property Tax Relief.  Kenneth A. Porro, Esq., Partner in our Litigation Department, who specializes in Real Property Tax Appeals, is offering to review New Jersey property tax assessments at no charge to those […]

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Paramus Blue Laws Suspended Temporarily- Judge Rules in Favor of County Executive Kathleen Donovan

Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan was successful today in obtaining a Temporary Restraining Order, which restrains temporarily Paramus from “forbidding or precluding any business activity on any Sunday” or otherwise enforcing the Borough’s Blue Laws until such time as Governor Chris Christie rescinds his order or upon a final hearing on the matter. In a […]

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Free New Jersey Property Tax Relief Analysis Available to Those Who Suffered Significant Damage as a Result of Hurricane/Superstorm Sandy

If you or someone you know has suffered devastating damage to your commercial or residential real property, you or they may be entitled to Property Tax Relief.  Kenneth A. Porro, Esq., Partner in our Litigation Department, who specializes in Real Property Tax Appeals, is offering to review New Jersey property tax assessments at no charge […]

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