Managing Religious Land Use Controversies

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Event Description

Diana Neeves will discuss how the provisions of the Religious Land Uses and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA) can be used to address religious or cultural bias during a session on"Managing Religious Land Use Controversies" as part of the New Jersey Planning Conference. Presented by the New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association and the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University, "the conference aims to educate and empower planners, attorneys, developers and other land use professionals, state agencies, along with elected and appointed planning officials, issue advocates and citizens on ways to advance the art and science of good planning — physical, economic and social — to create communities that offer better and more equitable choices for how people live, work and play."

Additional details about the conference, including registration information, can be accessed here.


Diana E. Neeves

Robinson+Cole, Associate


Hyatt Regency New Brunswick, Two Albany Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901