are the basic steps of how a bill becomes a law here in the Garden State. Draft: A legislator with an idea for a new law he or she would like the state to follow, or to change an existing law, asks the staff at the Office of Legislative Services to Continue Reading
As of last week the attorney for the defendant did not file any opposition to the Order to Show Cause, so there were no oral arguments heard in Morristown on May 30, 2019. The judge used all available information and GRANTED the NJDEP’s request for preliminary injunction to clean-up. You Continue Reading
Court was held in Gillette today. Zoning Officer Alison Larocca was cross examined by Wallace’s attorney Morrison. Vernon Police officers also testified. Court was dismissed by judge. New date will be posted for Wallace to testify.
5/30 court oral arguments have been cancelled due to Wallace’s attorney, Patti, not filing paperwork in a timely fashion. Judge Byrne will make her decision based on what she currently has. No date given for decision release.
DEP ISSUES $712,500 IN PENALTIES AGAINST FIRMS THAT OPERATED ILLEGAL WASTE TRANSFER-STATIONS AND MARKETED MATERIAL AS CLEAN FILL Read it here…
Senate Bill 1683 is sitting in Appropriations, waiting for legislators to determine predicted costs and revenues for the state if this bill passes. As proposed right now, the bill will expand existing law to regulate a broader range of individuals involved in the solid waste industry. Enforcement actions and penalties Continue Reading