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In 1985, the New Jersey Legislature, in direct response to the decisions, enacted the Fair Housing Act, which created the Council on Affordable Housing (COAH) to assess the statewide need for affordable housing, allocate that need on a municipal fair share basis, and review and approve municipal housing plans aimed at implementing the local fair share obligation.

Top During the 1960s, two major development strategies were taking place in the Mount Laurel region, one in the City of Camden, and the other in its developing suburbs, including Mount Laurel Township in Burlington County.

No relocation, as required by state law, was offered to these families.In Camden, the policy-makers were trying to utilize urban renewal and highway construction to rebuild the city.The result was just the opposite: the city’s middle-class residents, mostly white, left the city for the suburbs, and the poor, financially unable to move out, were displaced by the government action, “relocated” from one slum to the next and sentenced to reside in substandard, overpriced housing which became the worst urban ghetto in New Jersey.Local municipalities refused to yield their home rule powers.For several years, mayors and their counsel from more than 100 communities met monthly in Mount Laurel Township to develop strategies to undermine and overturn Mount Laurel I.

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