HOBOKEN -- Not again! For real?
NJ.com reported Tuesday that a Superior Court judge overturned November's 8,248-to-8,196 vote that rejected changes to Hoboken's long-standing rent control laws. The changes, proposed by a property owners' group, would have eliminated rent control in certain buildings when current tenants left. But the changes were narrowly defeated.
The property owners want a new vote because they say the hurricane and other factors prevented some from voting on the issue.
To read a more detailed explanation on the vote, see related links to past stories, below.
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