With Governor Christie looking to grab the unused $Millions certain municipalities have for C.O.A.H, Woodbridge being one of those municipalities with somewhere between $2 to $4 Million (at last request the township's BA couldn't recall the exact $ amount) and the Supreme Court now taking an interest in a new Mount Holly lawsuit (see:http://www.politickernj.com/dscarinci/60937/supreme-court-takes-interest-mount-holly-case) over housing discrimination, how will the McCormac Administration deal with those issues.
Perhaps, it is too early for them to be overly concerned about the Supreme Court looking into its Fair Housing policies and practices, but unless things have changed, the township still has to deal with its C.O.A.H. deficiencies.
Speaking of the township fulfilling its C.O.A.H requirements, didn't the township's newly revised Master Plan, which was approved by the Planning Board around April of this year, call for using part of the Woodbridge Developmental Center properties (after the state closes the facility in a few years), to meet part of the township's C.O.A.H. obligations? If so, isn't it more than a little peculiar, if not downright disingenuous, of the Mayor and his town council passing a resolution to call upon the state to forgo its plan to close the Woodbridge Developmental Center. Certainly the ploy, if that is what it is, by Mr. McCormac and his town council met with a standing ovation at a recent town council meeting, from workers at and family members of the facilities residents who were there seeking help from the township to prevent the Center's closing.
Perhaps, this is only another aberration in the Land of MacBelieve! Time will tell.