Who is Randolph’s Adversary in Court?

There are five "interveners" in the Randolph court action. These interveners are property owners or contract purchasers who have presented plans to the court on how they can assist Randolph meet its affordable housing obligation. At the present time, the township is working collaboratively with two of these five interveners to assist in meeting our ultimate affordable housing obligation. In addition, Fair Share Housing Center (FSHC), a 501(c)3 organization out of Cherry Hill, New Jersey was designated by the Supreme Court as an "interested party" in all Declaratory Judgment Actions that were filed in the Superior Court of New Jersey in all 21 counties of the state. According to their website, FSHC is "the only public interest organization entirely devoted to defending the housing rights of New Jersey's poor through enforcement of the Mount Laurel Doctrine, the landmark decision that prohibits economic discrimination through exclusionary zoning and requires all towns to provide their "fair share" of their region's need for affordable housing."

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1. Is Randolph required to participate in the process?
2. Who is Randolph’s Adversary in Court?
3. What is Randolph’s obligation for affordable housing and its plan for fulfillment?
4. What is a Builder’s Remedy lawsuit and how does it function?
5. How does a municipality succeed in a builder’s remedy lawsuit?
6. How do we protect the township from a Builder Remedy Lawsuit?
7. Why can’t the township object to allowing new housing to be built based upon the impact such housing will have on our local school system and on traffic congestion?