Governor Christie Signs New Law To Extend Effective Period for Existing Sewer Service Area

February 27th, 2012 | Posted by: Christopher DeGrezia 0| comments:

34By Andy Norin, Esq. and Scott Hovanyetz, Esq.

On January 17, 2012, Governor Christie signed into law Senate Bill No. 3156 (S3156), which extends the effective period of existing sewer service areas.  This should provide some relief to developers concerned about the possible withdrawal of sewer service areas in places where wastewater management planning agencies have failed to comply with the deadline to submit wastewater management plans (WMPs) to the State Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).  The bill also allows for site specific amendments and revisions to WMPs and Water Quality Management Plans pending DEP approval of new WMPs.


Wastewater Management Plans govern where new sanitary sewer lines can be built.  For a sewer line to be extended to a particular property, the property must be included within the sewer service area in the WMP.  Properties that fall outside the sewer service area can only be served by septic systems.  » Read the rest of this entry «

Only a Few Weeks to Go: NJ Deadline for Public Notice of Site Remediation Looms

August 5th, 2009 | Posted by: Christopher DeGrezia 0| comments:

Redevelopment - DirtBy Joseph Schmidt, Esq. 

If you are working on a remediation project that started prior to September 2, 2008, at a contaminated site in New Jersey, you have only a few weeks left to provide the public with notice of your site remediation activities.  The deadline for compliance is September 2, 2009.  The recent amendments to the Technical Requirements for Site Remediation (Tech Rule Amendments for Public Notice) require those responsible for performing remediation of contaminated sites in New Jersey to: » Read the rest of this entry «

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