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Christie's unused affordable housing funds plan debated in Trenton

Lawmakers in Trenton today debated Gov. Chris Christie's plans to collect unused funds set aside for affordable housing. The $161 million allocated for affordable housing is meant to help low-income

News 12 Staff

Aug 9, 2012, 12:15 AM

Updated 4,312 days ago

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Christie's unused affordable housing funds plan debated in Trenton
Lawmakers in Trenton today debated Gov. Chris Christie's plans to collect unused funds set aside for affordable housing.
The $161 million allocated for affordable housing is meant to help low-income families, but time has run out for local governments to use it.
Under a 2008 law, the state can take the money if local governments don't spend it.
Christie administration officials say federal money has already been set aside to build affordable housing.
A state appeals court ruled last month the municipalities have to hand over the money by next week.
The League of Municipalities is still fighting in court.


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