Decided: February 6, 1991.
JOHN L. NAUGHTON, PLAINTIFF-APPELLANT,
ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE BOROUGH OF SPRING LAKE; NELSON A. CAMP, INDIVIDUALLY AND TRADING AS LA MAISON GUEST HOUSE; BARBARA FURDYNA-CAMP, INDIVIDUALLY AND TRADING AS LA MAISON GUEST HOUSE; HEWITT WELLINGTON ASSOCIATION; COS-LIN, INC.; AND THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY, DEFENDANTS-RESPONDENTS
On appeal from the Superior Court, Law Division, Monmouth County, whose decision is reported at N.J. Super. .
Long, R.s. Cohen and Stern.
[246 NJSuper Page 649] Plaintiff attacks the constitutional validity of L. 1989, c. 67, N.J.S.A. 40:55D-68.1 to 68.3. He argues that it is special legislation and violates the constitutional guarantees of due process and equal protection. The Law Division granted summary judgment dismissing the complaint. We affirm substantially for the reasons expressed by Judge Burton L. Fundler in
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his opinion of October 20, 1989, which may be found at 246 N.J. Super. 644, 588 A.2d 459.