TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Gov. Chris Christie’s administration has won a temporary reprieve from an order requiring the state Council on Affordable Housing to meet and advance rules on how much housing each town must allocate for lower-income people.
The state’s Supreme Court issued a stay Tuesday afternoon at the state’s request. The court says the stay will remain in effect until a further court order.
Last week, a lower court ruled that the state Council on Affordable Housing must meet later this month and approve rules on affordable housing later this year.