The controversial plan that would allow for a 300 boat marina to be built at the southern end of Liberty State Park is not yet a done deal.
The state DEP is coy about plans for marina expansion on the south side of Liberty State Park.
Mayor Fulop and Sen. Sweeney are among the officials fighting a state proposal to develop areas of Liberty State Park.
Gov. Christie campaigns in New Hampshire for higher office while the state he governs braces for a blizzard. What he says about the preparations back home. Adversaries on some issues and potential ...
The DEP's proposal would develop about 38 of its roughly 1,200 acres.
Wasted space or sacred space? A controversial proposal to transform Liberty State Park into a sprawling entertainment venue has competitors asking if there's any room for compromise. Christie's off ...
Park Plans that could transform Liberty State Park. A state-commissioned report suggests opportunities for commercial development. Conservationists press to preserve it as parkland. Amid out-cry over ...
The tough mudder competition made a $50,000 contribution to the park.
The battle over the future of Liberty State Park. Environmentalists are wary over who will decide what kind of development the Christie administration will allow at the park. Severe overcrowding in ...
Liberty State Park advocates say keeping the Meadowlands Commission involved is troubling.
A new plan to curb costs of public workers’ health care. Erasing toxic mortgages erases urban blight. Who controls development in Liberty State Park? Don't text. Just drive.
Liberty State Park supporters say a new bill doesn't guarantee that the DEP will retain control of approving projects.
More dangerous crossings. Rahway River flood control. Bay Head's stalled beach replenishment. Could Liberty State Park be opened to developers? And women and heart disease: a red letter day.
Gov. Christie signed legislation giving a new commission the authority to approve development plans.
Under a bill awaiting Christie's signature, Liberty State Park could get a new commission but some do not agree.