Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi will no longer be allowed to pitch his tent in a small New Jersey city, reports NBC News. He will be issued a conditional visa that limits his travel to New York City when he visits next month. Englewood's mayor, Michael Wildes, was seeking a state injunction on renovations to a Libya-owned mansion, where Gaddafi was planning on pitching his traditional Bedouin tent, because he and other New Jersey politicians objected to the leader staying in the town. Gaddafi gave a hero's welcome to Pan Am bomber Abdel Basset Ali al-Megrahi upon his return to Libya, and Libyan intelligence is widely believed to have orchestrated the 1988 attack that killed 271. The State Department hasn't confirmed that Gaddafi will get a conditional visa.