Mack-Cali sues Jersey City over new food truck zone ordinance

TRD TRI-STATE /
Oct.October 23, 2019 03:09 PM

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Developer Mack-Cali Realty is suing Jersey City over a new ordinance that created food truck zones near two of its buildings, NJ.com reported. In August, the city approved an ordinance designating new food truck zones on parts of Montgomery and Sussex streets, as well as on Bergen Avenue, according to the outlet. In its lawsuit, Mack-Cali — which owns 101 Montgomery St. and the Harborside complex in Jersey City — called the ordinance “arbitrary, capricious and contrary to law because it is in conflict with statutes of the State of New Jersey and attempts to regulate conduct not delegated by the state under applicable state law.” A spokeswoman for the city declined to comment on the suit. [NJ.com] 


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