CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham Township Committee posted an update to its affordable housing court case on Wednesday night, informing the public that it had been denied an extension on its May compliance hearing date and ordered to file a motion.

The Township's Case Management Conference on affordable housing compliance took place Tuesday, Dec. 17 and Chatham Township was ordered to file "a motion and supporting papers" asking for an extension on Jan. 10, 2020.

The Chatham Township Committee has scheduled a Special Meeting for Dec. 19 to vote on affordable housing ordinances up for adoption.

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The Chatham Township Committee voted on Dec. 12 to seek a delay in its affordable housing compliance hearing to September, putting a pause on the plan to turn the municipal building into 65 affordable housing units.

Township Attorney Albert Cruz was tasked with formally asking the judge for an extension that would have pushed the scheduled May 11 affordable housing compliance hearing to Sept. 14.

The update and the schedule for ensuing court dates and procedures can be found by CLICKING HERE