Woodbridge

A aerial view of an empty FedEx Field, home of the NFL's Washington Commanders, and parking lot.

Washington Commanders Looking to the Periphery for a New Place to Play

The suburbanization of the National Football League continues.

May 31, 2022 - The Washington Post

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Local Zoning Controversy Raises Bigger Questions About Race and Discrimination

A zoning application in the city of Woodbridge, Connecticut has interests on both sides of the issue lawyering up, and the reverberations from the controversy reach all the way to the state capital.

December 10, 2020 - CT Post

Connecticut

Lawyers Taking the Single-Family Zoning Fight to a Connecticut Town

Open Communities Alliance, along with law students and professors at a fair housing development clinic at Yale Law School, have proposed a development meant to trigger the exclusionary zoning code in the town of Woodbridge, Connecticut.

October 1, 2020 - The Connecticut Mirror

Winter Parking

Parking Tax Considered to Fund Pedestrian Improvements Around Transit Stations

New Jersey is considering a law that would give cities the option of implementing a new 3.5% parking tax on public and private parking facilities.

February 28, 2019 - Smart Cities Dive

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