Community/Citizen Group & Non-Profit Organization Representation
Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich represents many community/citizen groups and non-profit organizations in local and regional land use, zoning, planning and environmental matters. These efforts may include participation in planning or zoning board hearings, initiation of administrative challenges, as well as the filing of state or federal lawsuits.
Efforts to preserve historic Graydon Pool in Ridgewood, New Jersey.
Stuart Lieberman at Preservation NJ’s Honoring of Graydon Pool in Ridgewood, NJ.
Residents speak out against recycling center
Graydon Pool is honored as one of NJ’s 10 Most Endangered Historic Sites
Stuart Lieberman represents Save Hamilton Open Space to solve flooding problems caused by noncompliant stormwater-management plan by developer.
Read About Stuart Lieberman’s Galloway Twp. Triumph in the Atlantic City Press
Stuart Lieberman Wins for Save Hamilton Open Space against Hamilton Twp. Planning Board in Appellate Division—Read the Decision Here
Read About the Cell Tower That Was Planned for Rutherford –Before Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich Helped Kill It.
Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich Retained to Oppose Hillsborough 1500 Unit Age-Restricted Mega Project
Local officials questioned by prosecutor’s office
Stuart Lieberman Hired to Oppose a Temple Proposed in Franklin Township
Read About a DOT Official’s Arrest Relating to Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich’s Highlands-Sea Bright Bridge Case
Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich represents Bergen County Coalition that found that Teterboro Airport air quality is unhealthy
Development heading to court for hearing Sept. 18
Judge: Point Beach must maintain lake
Lawsuit ripples community lake
Decision delayed once again on North Bruns. farm’s fate
Eagleswood backs state dredging of Westecunk Creek Residents fear location of material, noise
Stuart Lieberman Files Suit to Protect Historic Forney House in Milltown
Stuart Lieberman Files Suit Regarding Highlands-Sea Bright Route 36 Bridge
Group says bank threatens lawsuit
Worried about their wells
Warehouse foes fear contamination
Facing Angry Crowd, DOT Defends Decision To Replace Highlands Bridge
Citizens group hires law firm over drawbridge replacement
Attorneys seek state records on bridge project
Hamilton residents sue to halt strip mall
We are hired to stop inappropiate coastal dredging project.
Court date set in Meirs Road warehouse case
Failure to comply
Lawsuit reveals residents’ deep dissatisfaction with shallow lake
Citizens sue borough over health of Lake of the Lillies
An Update on the Lake Grinnell Bridge Preservation
More information about the Lake Grinnell Bridge Preservation
Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich successful in halting destruction of historic bridge
Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich wins victory before Peapack-Gladstone land use board and prevent construction of single-family golf cottages
Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich has been retained by a group of Upper Freehold residents to oppose an inappropriate warehouse proposal.
Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich works with Somerset County-based Community Group to prevent conversion of golf course cottages to permanent single family homes.
Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich is experienced in opposing land use applications on behalf of citizens and organizations throughout New Jersey. Click here to read about a victory in Somerset County where we were successful in defeating a major development that was troubling to the community.
Eminent Domain can be used to preserve property and fend off overdevelopment.
Citizens in Somerset County pleased with Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich’s successful case before the Bernards Township Planning Board, opposing over development.
The attorneys at Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich represent the Sierra Club-New Jersey Chapter and residents of Old Bridge in opposing a mixed-use development that may threaten the local environment
A behind the scenes look at an epic land use fight in Somerset County, NJ
Our successful efforts to save a battlefield site from becoming a chain drug store location
One challenge to a municipal spending proposal on the basis that it violates State public spending laws.
A challenge to a municipal Zoning Board for improperly granting a use variance.
Read more about the case in Howell
Read about Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich’s work before the Bernards Township Planning Board.