Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Environmental bills up for votes in the NJ Senate

Members of the New Jersey Senate are scheduled to consider 43 pieces of legislation at their voting session tomorrow, Thursday, September 30, in Trenton.

Among them are four environmental bills:

S-59  Cardinale, G. (R-39); Weinberg, L. (D-37)
Creates bi state commission to coordinate management and flood prevention of waterways flowing between Bergen County, NJ and Rockland County, NY.
Related Bill: A-2440
S-463  Smith, B. (D-17); Buono, B. (D-18)
Authorizes creation of local renewable energy collaboratives and central renewable energy generation systems, and provides for sale of renewable power generation.
Related Bill: A-915
S-793  Madden, F.H. (D-4)
Encourages purchase of NJ solar panels and wind turbines for State projects and State-funded projects.
Related Bill: A-1555
S-2231  Sweeney, S.M. (D-3); Kean, T.H. (R-21)
Allows tax credits for development of qualified wind energy facilities in port district of Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

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