NJ DEPARTMENT of ENVIRONMENTAL
Land Use Management
Land Use Regulation Program
Notice of Rule Proposal
Coastal Permit Program Rules, N.J.A.C. 7:7
Take notice that the NJ Department of Environmental Protection
is proposing a readoption with amendments to the Coastal Permit
Program Rules. A statement of the substance of the proposal
This rule proposal is for the readoption with amendments of
the Coastal Permit Program Rules (N.J.A.C. 7:7). This chapter
establishes the procedures by which the Department of Environmental
Protection reviews permit applications and appeals from permit
decisions under the Coastal Area Facility Review Act (CAFRA),
the Wetlands Act of 1970, and the Waterfront Development Law.
Most of the proposed amendments are minor in nature including
correction of typographical errors, minor additions to requirement
lists and various language clarifications. Substantive changes
include the addition of information on jurisdictional determinations,
various amendments to existing general permits, and the proposal
of three new general permits.
The proposal is scheduled to be published in the New Jersey
Register dated November 7, 2005. The proposal can be viewed
or downloaded from the
DEP web site(PDF). A copy
of the proposal is also available by e-mailing
the Land Use Regulation Program, or by calling the Department
at (609) 984-3444. Be advised that there may be a fee for obtaining
a copy of the proposal from some sources.
Public hearings concerning the proposal are scheduled as follows:
December 14, 2005 at 1:00 p.m.
Long Branch City – Council Chambers
344 Broadway Townsend Residential Life Center
Long Branch, New Jersey 07740
December 15, 2005 at 1:00 p.m.
The Richard Stockton College of N.J.
Townsend Residential Life Center
Jim Leeds Road
Pomona, New Jersey 08240-0195
Written comments may be submitted by January 5, 2006 to:
NJ Department of Environmental Protection
Gary J. Brower, Esq.
ATTN: Docket File No. 35-05-09/531
Office of Legal Affairs
PO Box 402
Trenton, New Jersey 08625
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