Affordable Housing in a Just World: Basics and Beyond, January 9, 2022

The second program in a Zoom series on how to make affordable housing a reality in our towns will take place on Sunday, January 9, 2022, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. To register or for more information, email  

Planned by members of three synagogues, Congregation Beth Chaim in Princeton Junction, Har Sinai Temple in Pennington, and The Jewish Center in Princeton, the program will address the development of affordable housing from three perspectives: Diane Ciccone, attorney and former West Windsor councilperson, will share the challenge of complying with affordable housing requirements in a suburban town; Mitchell Newman, senior vice president at Lennar and planning board chair of the Millstone Township Planning Board, will look at corporate development of affordable housing, and Alice Small, board president of the private nonprofit developer of affordable housing Princeton Community Housing Development Corp., will offer the view of a nonprofit that develops and manages affordable housing communities.

The webinar’s moderator will be Peter Buchsbaum, a former New Jersey Superior Court judge, of counsel to Lanza and Lanza in Flemington, and court master in six Mount Laurel cases where he “advises the court on the appropriateness of a proposed affordable plan, … advises towns, and helps settle cases.”



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