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Fair Housing Committee

MEMBERS

MEETINGS

CALENDAR

 FAIR HOUSING PROGRAM
 
 

TERM

EXPIRES

MEMBERS

3 yr.

12/31/2018

Thomas Molica

3 yr.

12/31/2018

Troy Terry

3 yr.

12/31/2019

Judi Dudgeon

3 yr.

12/31/2019

Mary Thomas

3 yr.

12/31/2019

Rocco Salluce (Chair)

3 yr.

12/31/2017

Alberta Alleva (Vice Chair)

3 yr.

12/31/2017

Kathleen English

Secretary:

Evelyn Roosma

Council Liaison:

Councilman Kohle

 

 

01/13/2017


The Fair Housing Committee, consisting of 7 members, has been established by the Township Council and is charged with the following responsibilities:

(1)  To assist the developer, owner or tenant association in establishing procedures and standards, in accordance with this section, for implementing the affordability control mechanism.

(2)  To monitor affordability control compliance by developers, owners or tenant associations, fee owners and other parties in interest, including compliance with deed restrictions and disposition covenants.

(3)  In connection with the first and subsequent occupancy of all set-aside sale and rental units, to review and amend the approved price stabilization plan, to review implementation of affordability control standards and procedures and, in its sole discretion, to make biding  recommendations for changes in procedures or to exercise the right to disapprove occupancy for any and all set-aside sale or rental units in instances where eligibility is in question.

(4) Thereafter, to review and approve annual set-aside occupancy reports prepared and filed by the developer, association or any party in interest as may be required by its practices and procedures or as contained in its rules and  regulations.

(5) To promulgate rules and regulations subject to approval by the Township Council with implementation in ordinance form.

(6) To file periodic reports with the Township Council concerning the discharge of its responsibilities and immediately report noncompliance with affordability control standards and procedures for such action as the Council may deem appropriate.

(7) To monitor all governmental subsidy programs and make recommendations to the Township Council and the Planning Board in connection therewith.

Any resident interested in serving on the Fair Housing Committee should submit a completed Volunteer Application/Citizen Leadership form to the Township Clerk.





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