Partner in Ansell Grimm & Aaron Zoning and Land Use Department educates professionals on importance, benefits and methods of streamlining the municipal development approval process.
New Brunswick (January 2020) – Rick Brodsky, a partner in Ansell Grimm & Aaron’s Zoning & Land Use Department, presented at the 2020 New Jersey Planning Conference co-sponsored by the American Planning Association (New Jersey Chapter) and the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy of Rutgers University.
This session, entitled “Streamlining the Municipal Development Approval Process,” covered the importance, benefits, and methods of streamlining the municipal development approval process. Areas discussed included scheduling, professional reviews, bonding, use of technology, use of redevelopment laws, the chair’s role, dealing with objectors and post-Board approval follow-up.
Brodsky’s practice is concentrated in the areas of land use and development, real estate transactions and financing, real estate tax appeals and real estate litigation. He represents and counsels clients in all phases of real estate acquisitions, financings and development, and appears on land use matters before municipal and county planning boards and state agencies. Mr. Brodsky also serves as the Co-Chairman of the firm’s Real Estate Tax Appeals Department.