During tonight’s Jackson Township council meeting, the township attorney revealed the the New Jersey Attorney General and U.S. Department of Justice are currently investigating the Township’s zoning and land use laws and possible other discriminating laws against Jews
Over the past few years, the Township has passed several zoning and land use laws that many see as intended to target and curtail the growth of orthodox comunity in Jackson.
The Attorney General has taken note of these laws and deemed it worthy of a full investigation.
As earlier reported, the AG also investigated Mahwah Township and Toms River following similar ordinances.
The plaintiffs were victorious in recent lawsuits in Pamona, as well as in Ocean Township.