The Tomu case has been causing a lot of discussion as Superior Court Judge Jonathan Harris stripped Carlstadt and East Rutherford of their zoning powers for failing to meet their obligations under the Mt. Laurel Doctrine. Tomu Developers of Mahwah, NJ is looking to build 840 condominiums, including 140 affordable-housing units, in two 18 story towers. Carlstadt and East Rutherford opposed this development arguing that it would create traffic nightmares and threaten adjoining site-protected wetlands. In this NJBIZ article written by Shankar P, (5/29/06), Tom Hall, the Sills Cummis attorney representing Tomu stated: “Harris’ ruling could set a powerful precedent on behalf of builders…” For more, please click here to read the entire article.