A judge just told these 2 wealthy towns they need to build housing for the poor
Two wealthy New Jersey towns will have to plan for more than 2,200 low- and moderate-income units, according to a court ruling that advocates say sends a strong message to municipalities resisting affordable housing. Mercer County Assignment Judge Mary C. Jacobson last week ruled Princeton would have to accommodate 753 new affordable units and West Windsor 1,500.
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