How many units of affordable housing is the township obligated to provide and by when?

The settlement agreement with Fair Share Housing. stipulates the following number of units as a set aside within these market rate developments: Canoe Brook (30), Silverman Group (12), Wells Fargo (11), Annie Sez (30), and Woodmont (39). Additionally, 75 units will be built in a 100% affordable development on a portion of the existing DPW site, now referred to as the 11 Main Street development. This results in a total of 197 affordable units. The settlement agreement also requires future developments multi-family developments t0 set aside 20% of the units for affordable housing. 

The Township must only ensure development of the 100% affordable housing development. The other developments may proceed in accordance with the developer’s schedule.

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1. What is Affordable Housing?
2. What is the Fair Share Housing Center?
3. Is the Township required to provide an opportunity for Affordable Housing units?
4. Why can’t the Township’s affordable housing litigation be discussed publicly?
5. Does Millburn have an Affordable Housing Plan?
6. Why are the courts in control of determining Millburn’s affordable housing obligation?
7. Will a court consider the economic impact to the community, including schools?
8. Where can I learn more about Millburn’s current Affordable Housing situation?
9. What are ways the Township can satisfy its obligation to provide for affordable housing?
10. What is a motion to intervene in the Township’s Housing Element and Fair Share Plan?
11. What is a builder's remedy lawsuit?
12. How can builder’s remedy lawsuits be avoided?
13. How likely is it that a municipality can successfully defend a builder’s remedy lawsuit?
14. What opportunity would there be for public comment on the Township’s affordable housing Plan?
15. Where can I find information on 85 Woodland Road, LLC., et al. v. Township of Millburn, et al.?
16. What would have happened if the Township had not settled with Fair Share Housing on it Housing Element and Fair Share Plan?
17. Why have settlement negotiations taken so long?
18. How many units of affordable housing is the township obligated to provide and by when?
19. What is the status of the 75 units of 100% affordable housing at the 11 Main Street development (a portion of the DPW facility)?
20. Other than capital constraint, can the Township buy back existing apartment buildings and turn them into affordable housing to satisfy the obligation?
21. Are the developers obligated to keep the ‘affordable units’ permanent?
22. Does the township have any long term strategic urban planning to make sure that traffic, environmental, road, water, sewage, school, etc. will be well planned ahead of any constructions?
23. Will there be any new obligations?
24. Under the current agreement, how long does Millburn retain immunity against any builder’s remedy lawsuits?