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New Jersey’s State Planning Commission (SPC) has issued new warehouse siting guidelines that urge municipalities to update their master plans as well as local land-use and zoning ordinances to reduce their vulnerability to “poorly sited and scaled” warehouse projects.

“Many towns in New Jersey are finding that their communities are particularly vulnerable to poorly sited and scaled warehousing projects because they zoned large areas of their community, particularly farmland in rural areas, for broadly applied ‘light industrial’ use,” the Planning Commission said in the introduction to the guidelines.

 

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