May 25, 2020

New Jersey Permit Extension Act Signed Into Law

Governor Christie signed the Permit Extension Act into law on Friday, December 26.  The law is applicable State-wide and as noted in our previous updates, continues the effective period of the Permit Extension Act of 2008 for an additional year.  The Act now expires December 31, 2015, with additional tolling of up to six months for certain qualifying approvals.

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Michael J. Gross, Giordano Law Firm, Environmental Attorney
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Mike, chair of the Environmental Law Practice Area, handles all aspects of New Jersey and federal environmental law, including permitting and litigation, CAFRA, sewage disposal and water supply, wetlands, riparian (tidelands) law, solid waste, flood hazard areas, siting of energy and other industrial facilities, site remediation, Pinelands, Highlands, cultural resources, stormwater, wastewater planning, water and air pollution. He also appears before planning and zoning boards and has handled complex construction litigation matters.

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