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New Jersey Monmouth County Sewer Service Area Map Open to Public Comment

NJDEP published notice in the January 7, 2013 New Jersey Register of Monmouth County’s proposed adoption of an updated Future Wastewater Service Area (“FWSA”) map that identifies areas in the County to be served by sewage treatment facilities.  The notice and FWSA map can be viewed on the County’s website.  The map was updated on January 7, 2013 based on comments from NJDEP, although there is no indication of what changes were made from earlier versions of the proposed FWSA map.  Land owners should review the map to determine whether their property is included in the FWSA.  Properties located outside of the wastewater service area are designated as areas to be served by septics with flows limited to up to 2,000 gallons per day.  Large segments of the County are located outside of the wastewater service area.  Comments on the proposed map may be submitted to NJDEP and the County until February 6, 2013.

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Steven M. Dalton, Giordano Law Firm, Environmental Attorney

Mr. Dalton's primary practice is in Environmental Law. Mr. Dalton is able to utilize his background in environmental sciences to anticipate, understand and address the issues that his clients confront. He assists business and individual clients in state and federal environmental permitting, regulatory compliance, solid and hazardous waste remediation, underground storage tank compliance, land use matters and related civil and appellate litigation. Mr. Dalton has experience in handling litigation before COAH to preserve water and sewer for affordable housing developments and in...