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Three Years after Sandy, Many Homeowners Displaced by Storm Remain in Limbo
Jon Hurdle | October 28, 2015 | Sandy
Protesters camping out near State House say they’re still waiting for full amount of aid they need to complete repairs and rebuilding
Wastewater Rule Change Would Spur Development, Environmentalists Claim
Jon Hurdle | October 21, 2015 | Energy & Environment
But state DEP says red tape and duplicate rules will be eliminated while safeguards will remain
Seventh District Democratic Incumbents Focus on Jobs, Healthcare, Property Taxes
Jon Hurdle | October 21, 2015 | Politics, Elections 2015
While Dems look rock solid in 7th, they can’t field a slate to take on GOP in nearby 8th District
The List: Our Top 10 Birding Hotspots, During Fall Migration and Year-Round
Jon Hurdle | October 19, 2015 | The List
It’s densely populated and overdeveloped, but the Garden State offers some nearly unrivaled places for birders to add sightings to their life lists
Newcomers Face-Off in Incumbent-Free Race for Assembly’s 5th District
Jon Hurdle | October 19, 2015 | Politics, Elections 2015
In nearby 4th and 6th, Republicans hope to unseat well-ensconced Democratic incumbents
Drinking-Water Panel to Renew Call for Regulation of Toxic Chemical
Jon Hurdle | October 1, 2015 | Energy & Environment
Panel collecting new evidence on 1,2,3-TCP, a substance know to cause cancer in humans
DEP Declares Drought Watch in 12 Counties; Urges Consumers to Cut Water Use
Jon Hurdle | September 24, 2015 | Energy & Environment
State agency warns that if dry spell continues tougher measures to ensure adequate supplies could be put in place
Community-Based Flood Insurance: Would It Work in New Jersey?
Jon Hurdle | July 29, 2015 | Sandy
One potential fatal flaw: Homeowners at low risk could end up subsidizing neighbors in high-risk zones
Environmentalists Accuse PennEast of Test Drilling Without Permit
Jon Hurdle | July 23, 2015 | Energy & Environment
State DEP asserts company had requisite paperwork; PennEast dismisses claims as ‘intentionally inaccurate’
Coastal Development Seen at Greater Risk After Adoption of New Regulation
Jon Hurdle | July 16, 2015 | Energy & Environment, Planning
State planning commission gives towns three more years to build in areas that qualify for assistance -- even if they’re in danger of being flooded
Bill to Curb Toxic Chemical in Drinking Water Awaits Decision by Christie
Jon Hurdle | July 1, 2015 | Energy & Environment
Classified by EPA as likely carcinogen, TCP levels remain unregulated in Garden State
Advocates Urge State Lawmakers to Restore Transit Funding to Budget
Jon Hurdle | June 25, 2015 | Transportation
But some legislators argue the clock has run out and there’s not time left to add the $60 million back into spending plan
Bill Would Channel Private Funds for Clean-Energy Building Programs
Jon Hurdle | June 15, 2015 | Energy & Environment
Building owners could finance energy-saving projects and repay long-term loans through municipal property tax assessments
Environmentalists Urge More Public Meetings on PennEast Gas Pipeline
Jon Hurdle | June 10, 2015 | Energy & Environment
Delaware River Basin Commission wants to hold one meeting, jointly with FERC, but ‘green’ groups say that will curtail comments
Solvay Consultants Attack Panel’s Recommended Limit for Chemical in Water
Jon Hurdle | June 5, 2015 | Energy & Environment
Outside toxicologist dismisses test results as unscientific; outside counsel calls DWQI ‘arbitrary and capricious’
State DEP Continues to Stall Release of Long-Overdue Draft Water-Supply Plan
Jon Hurdle | May 18, 2015 | Energy & Environment
NJ does not face drought crisis, but stringent conservation measures almost sure to be recommended by water-supply council
Explainer: Special Advisory Council Tracks Status of New Jersey’s Water Supply
Jon Hurdle | May 12, 2015 | Explainer
Diverse group reports to state DEP on all aspects, present and future, of what may be state’s most precious commodity
Bill Would Require DEP to Set Limit for Toxic Chemical in Drinking Water
Jon Hurdle | April 10, 2015 | Energy & Environment
Drinking Water Quality Institute made recommendations for TCP, other chemicals in 2009 but DEP didn't act on them
Presenting New Standard, Water Panel Seeks to Rebuild Reputation
Jon Hurdle | April 9, 2015 | Energy & Environment
Committee ready to move on to next two contaminants in New Jersey’s drinking water
Drinking-Water Panel Calls for Stricter Standard on Potential Carcinogen
Jon Hurdle | April 7, 2015 | Energy & Environment
Group of scientists, state officials, and water-company executives agree that tighter level for PFNA is needed
Chemical Firm Denies It’s Ending South Jersey Water-Contamination Probe
Jon Hurdle | April 6, 2015 | Energy & Environment
Solvay contends that newspaper ad, statement meant to mark ‘milestone’ in investigation of carcinogen’s presence in water supply
PennEast Pipeline Would Have Saved Consumers $890 Million, Study Says
Jon Hurdle | March 25, 2015 | Energy & Environment
Report says consumers outside gas production region paid seven times more for fuel to heat homes this past winter
Environmentalists Campaign by Bus Ahead of Pinelands Commission Vote
Jon Hurdle | March 12, 2015 | Energy & Environment
Conservationists hit the road to visit five New Jersey senators still believed to be undecided about controversial Barr nomination
Bayshore Recovery Project Restores Beaches, Nurtures South Jersey Economy
Jon Hurdle | March 5, 2015 | Energy & Environment
Initiative takes broad approach, from rebuilding bulkheads and boosting tourism to erecting natural barriers and upgrading region's cable TV
Delaware River Advocates Seek Support for Revived Federal Legislation
Jon Hurdle | February 9, 2015 | Energy & Environment
Legislation would have U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service coordinate efforts of current advocacy organizations, state agencies, nonprofits
NJ’s Beaches on Delaware Bay to Undergo Restoration to Help Safeguard Wildlife
Jon Hurdle | February 3, 2015 | Energy & Environment
Spawning grounds for horseshoe crabs, feeding areas for shorebirds to get more protection
Explainer: Water-Quality Watchdog Getting Ready to Get Back to Work
Jon Hurdle | January 27, 2015 | Energy & Environment, Explainer
The Drinking Water Quality Institute was out of the loop between 2010 and 2014. Is it back in business?
EPA Officials Agree to Check Again for Toxics Near Superfund Site in Vineland
Jon Hurdle | January 14, 2015 | Energy & Environment
Federal agency will do more extensive testing at pond and creek near former site of heavy metals plant
Vineland Urges EPA to Upgrade Cleanup of Toxics Near Superfund Site
Jon Hurdle | January 9, 2015 | Energy & Environment
Argument centers on whether remediation should be to 'industrial' or 'residential' standards
Beaches Along Delaware Bay to See More Protection for Migrating Shorebird
Jon Hurdle | December 12, 2014 | Energy & Environment
The diminutive red knot, which touches down in New Jersey on it 9,000-mile migration, has been named to the Endangered Species list
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