Bramnick’s high-density development concerns heightened by Walsh appointment

Assembly Republican leader Jon Bramnick criticized Gov. Phil Murphy’s plan to nominate the leader responsible for court-mandated overdevelopment in our communities as the state’s next comptroller.

“Fair Share Housing has been responsible for hundreds of costly lawsuits resulting in the courts dictating what we do in our towns and making the system a mess and expensive,” said Bramnick (R-Union). “By appointing the head of Fair Share Housing as comptroller, Murphy shows no interest in stopping mandates that burden a town’s infrastructure, overcrowd our schools, and hike up property taxes.”