Thursday, May 30, 2013

NJ Senate panel urged to move bill closing local landfill

                      Roxbury residents at NJ Senate hearing today in Trenton. Photo: William Westhoven/Daily Record 

The New Jersey Senate's Environment and Energy Committee this morning heard from a long list of emotional residents and frustrated officials from Roxbury Township who have been suffering the effects of a horrific-smelling local landfill that has been a problem since it was allowed to re-open to accept construction debris.

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