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Energy and environment bills - Oct 20 Trenton voting lists

New Jersey Assembly Chamber in Trenton

The following environment and energy bills are scheduled for floor votes in the New Jersey Assembly and Senate on Thursday, October 20, 2016:



ASSEMBLY VOTING SESSION
10/20/16  1:00 PM

A-1628  Rodriguez-Gregg, M. (R-8); Holley, J.C. (D-20)
Codifies DEP's New Jersey Recycling Awards Program to annually recognize outstanding recycling achievements.
      
A-2584  Gusciora, R. (D-15); Giblin, T.P. (D-34)
Prohibits purchase of certain items by scrap metal businesses.
      
A-3914  Mazzeo, V. (D-2)
Allows existing rural development areas zoned for industrial use under Pinelands Comprehensive Management Plan to be included as eligible areas under certain business incentive programs.
Related Bill: S-2338
      
ACR-25  Singleton, T. (D-7); Gusciora, R. (D-15); Benson, D.R. (D-14); Zwicker, A. (D-16); Danielsen, J. (D-17)
Determines that Fish and Game Council's adopted rule to allow use of enclosed foothold traps is inconsistent with plain language and legislative intent of 1984 law banning animal traps of steel-jaw leg-hold type.
Related Bill: SCR-11
      
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SENATE VOTING SESSION
10/20/16  2:00 PM


A-793  Andrzejczak, B. (D-1); Land, R.B. (D-1); Taliaferro, A.J. (D-3)
Requires Dept. of Agriculture and DEP to work with US Army Corps of Engineers to establish joint permit application process for aquaculture projects.
Related Bill: S-316      

AJR-24  Andrzejczak, B. (D-1); Houghtaling, E. (D-11)
Declares aquaculture an important State economic driver and urges State to include aquaculture industry in its economic development plans.
Related Bill: SJR-36
      
S-227  Holzapfel, J.W. (R-10)
Requires DOT, NJTA, and SJTA to use only native vegetation for landscaping, land management, reforestation, or habitat restoration.
Related Bill: A-963
     
S-316  Van Drew, J. (D-1); Connors, C.J. (R-9)
Requires Dept. of Agriculture and DEP to work with US Army Corps of Engineers to establish joint permit application process for aquaculture projects.
Related Bill: A-793
     
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