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Town of Westfield Reaches Settlement with Fair Share Housing Center

November 3, 2017

WESTFIELD, NJ — After years of litigation, the town of Westfield finalized its settlement with the Fair Share Housing Center this week.  

Back in 2015, the town commenced a declaratory action seeking a judgment declaring that the town is in compliance with its affordable housing obligations in order to preserve Westfield from “builder’s remedy” lawsuits, Mayor Andy ...

Owners of Westfield's ‘Watcher House’ Considering Appeal After Judge Dismisses Lawsuit

WESTFIELD, NJ — The current owners of the notorious “Watcher House” at 657 Boulevard are considering an appeal after Superior Court Judge Camille M. Kenny dismissed the civil lawsuit against the former owners on Wednesday, according to the family’s attorney, Lee Levitt.

In a statement provided by the Broaddus family to their attorney, they maintain that, in ...

Lawsuits Over Westfield’s ‘Watcher’ House Dismissed, Report Says

WESTFIELD, NJ — A Superior Court Judge dismissed the civil lawsuit against the former owners of 657 Boulevard, now infamously known as “the Watcher” house, on Wednesday, according to a report on NJ.com. According to that story, the judge said she dismissed three counts of fraud because there was no evidence the former owners intentionally hid a letter from “the ...

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