This Articles looks at brownfields policies in one state, New Jersey, and suggests how to make the approach of brownfields revitalization more development-centered and less developer-centered. Following a basic description of the New Jersey Program, this Article discusses two specific developments, the BDA initiative and the recent "Grace Period Rule," that changed some aspects of the program.



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