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Public hearing before Assembly Conservation and Natural Resources Committee

New Jersey. Legislature. General Assembly. Conservation and Natural Resources Committee.

Public hearing before Assembly Conservation and Natural Resources Committee

Assembly bill no. 3103 (the Watershed Protection Act) and Assembly bill no. 4204 (the Watershed Restoration Act) : June 12, 1991, East Brook School Auditorium, Paramus, New Jersey

by New Jersey. Legislature. General Assembly. Conservation and Natural Resources Committee.

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Published by The Committee in Trenton, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Jersey.
    • Subjects:
    • Watershed management -- Law and legislation -- New Jersey.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementhearing recorded and transcribed by Office of Legislative Services, Public Information Office Hearing Unit.
      ContributionsNew Jersey. Office of Legislative Services. Public Information Office. Hearing Unit.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKFN1811.4 .C638 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1670295M
      LC Control Number91623475

      The witnesses encouraged Congress to develop a coordinated national policy. The Division of Conservation DOCworking with local Conservation Districts, 88 organized Watershed Districts, other special-purpose districts, as well as state and federal entities administer programs to improve water quality, reduce soil erosion, conserve water, reduce flood potential and provide local water supply. Paul, Minnesota testified at a field hearing on the Superfund program. The state's 13 priority sites selected for cleanup under the Superfund program illustrate the risk to rural areas from the movement of contaminants in the ground water. Senator Edwards was appointed August 2, and resigned November 13,upon election of the successor to the seat she was serving. An appendix with additional correspondence and statements follows the testimony of the nine witnesses.

      Military arsenals that contribute to water and soil pollution were of particular concern. Surveys show contaminated drinking wells in a number of states from pollution sources that include industrial wastes, landfills, road salt, gasoline, and others. Witnesses discussed the need for a national right-to-know law so that businesses would not be tempted to relocate to avoid Minnesota's environmental policy. The 16 witnesses examined whether the guidelines would be adequate to protect public health. The focus of the hearing was on community right-to-know aspects and the cleanup of hazardous materials that were abandoned on federal sites. The proposed legislation would subject federal facilities and sites to the same standards, cleanup schedules, and oversite as private sites.

      Senator John H. Senator Jeffords, an Independent, was appointed as a member and chairman of the committee on July 10, Senator Lincoln Chafee was appointed November. EPA representatives described cleanup procedures at the site.


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Public hearing before Assembly Conservation and Natural Resources Committee book

Senator Jocelyn Burdick was appointed by the Governor and served from September 12, until December 4,when Senator Conrad was elected by special election to complete the term of Senator Quentin Burdick. Senator Edwards was appointed August 2, and resigned November 13,upon election of the successor to the seat she was serving.

The state's 13 priority sites selected for cleanup under the Superfund program illustrate the risk to rural areas from the movement of contaminants in the ground water. The committee membership was expanded to 19 members; 1 Independent, 9 Democrats, and 9 Republicans.

The proposed legislation would subject federal facilities and sites to the same standards, cleanup schedules, and oversite as private sites.

Senator Beall resigned and Senator Stafford appointed on September 21, Senator Bayh resigned from committee August 2, An appendix with additional material submitted for the record follows the testimony of 11 witnesses.

Senator Weicker resigned from the committee February 23, Lautenberg to join the committee. Senator John H. Senator Jeffords, an Independent, was appointed as a member and chairman of the committee on July 10, All interested persons may attend the hearing and will be given the opportunity to express comments either orally or in writing, or both.

Pursuant to S. Chafee died October 24,and Senator Smith was elected chairman November 2, An appendix with additional correspondence and statements follows the testimony of the nine witnesses. Witnesses described both their fears and concerns about hazardous wastes, but some praised the quality of the state's cleanup program.

Uncertainty issues were raised because the guidelines would apply to existing as well as new facilities. The hearing will be held in room on the first floor of the Kansas Department of Agriculture, Research Park Dr. Paul, Minnesota testified at a field hearing on the Superfund program.

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Evan's appointment to the Senate affected committee ratios and his appointment permitted Sen. Senator Burdick died on September 8, and Senator Moynihan was elected chairman on September 15, The Division of Conservation DOCworking with local Conservation Districts, 88 organized Watershed Districts, other special-purpose districts, as well as state and federal entities administer programs to improve water quality, reduce soil erosion, conserve water, reduce flood potential and provide local water supply.

The 16 witnesses examined whether the guidelines would be adequate to protect public health. A public hearing will be conducted at a. Comments can be submitted prior to the hearing at that webpage as well. For more information, including special accommodations or a copy of the regulations, please contact Ronda Hutton, Senator Mitchell was appointed to the committee May 19, The focus of the hearing was on community right-to-know aspects and the cleanup of hazardous materials that were abandoned on federal sites.

Pursuant to the provisions of S. Witnesses discussed the need for a national right-to-know law so that businesses would not be tempted to relocate to avoid Minnesota's environmental policy.

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