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What does the New Jersey Redevelopment Authority (NJRA) do?
Established in 1996 through the NJ Urban Redevelopment Act, it may function as the municipal redevelopment agency for municipalities not otherwise having a redevelopment agency and those qualifying as "special needs districts." It may acquire property and undertake projects, and also provides technical assistance and assists with leveraging funding and tax exempt status for a number of eligible projects.
What does the "Urban Coordinating Council" (UCC) do?
Facilitates self-help in distressed municipalities by providing technical assistance and enhancing access to state departments.
What is a "neighborhood empowerment plan"?
A comprehensive master plan that focuses on neighborhood restoration in a specific planning area defined by the community. It is required by municipalities interested in participating as "special needs districts."
How many days does the UCC have to review a municpal plan for compliance with "special needs district" eligibility guidelines?
150 days
How many days notice must the UCC provide prior to holding public hearings for comments on proposed neighborhood empowerment plans?
30 days
How many days does the UCC have to consult with the NJRA to make a "special needs district" eligibility determination?
30 days
How is a redevelopment area designated?
By the governing body by resolution
How many days do objectors to a redevelopment area designation have to an objection with the Superior Court?
45 days
What is a Special Improvement District (SID)?
A local improvement area generally undertaken at the behest of a group of owners for the purpose of developing or improving a particular type of infrastructure or effecting general improvement of a relatively small area. Property owners withing the district are assessed a special fee to cover the cost of the PUBLIC infrastructure improvements.