Monday, December 3, 2012

Open-space funding bills head to NJ Gov. Christie's desk

High Point State Park, Montague / David Kenny
A package of bills providing funding for the purchase of  flood-prone properties and other open-space projects received final legislative approval today in the New Jersey Assembly.

Gov. Chris Christie now gets to decide whether to sign the $123 million spending package.

NJ Keep it Green, a coalition of conservation advocates, provides details here.

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