NEW JERSEY

LEGISLATIVE DIGEST

 

for May 14, 2009

 

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Vol. XXI No. 18 213th Legislature $ Second Annual Session

 

SENATE ACTION (QUORUM)

Nominations Notice of Intention:

TO BE AN ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT:

Barry Albin, of Warren.

Nominations Received and Referred to SJU:

TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Douglas Hurd, of Stockton.

Paul Escandon, of Loch Arbour.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE CASINO REINVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY:

Peter F. Cammarano, of Metuchen.

Elsa Candelario, of Mount Laurel, to replace Patricia Campos, resigned.

Ali Reynolds, of Atlantic City.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MERCER COUNTY BOARD OF TAXATION:

Edward A. Hoffman, Esq., of Ewing.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE RISK EXCHANGE BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Mary Bernadette Corrigan, of North Plainfield.

Mark Daniel Keenan, of Sparta.

Thomas J. DeFalco, of Ewing.

Russell R. Shaner, of Haddon Heights.

Thomas G. Myers, of Holmdel.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE TRUST - BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Herbert Barrack, of Manalapan.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY MARITIME PILOT AND DOCKING PILOT COMMISSION:

Charles Wowkanech, of Ocean City.

Richard L. Amster, Esq., of Florham Park.

Stanley E. Wiklinski, of Old Tappan.

Thomas F. Daly, Esq., of Rumson.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE OCEAN COUNTY BOARD OF TAXATION:

Mark A. Ellsworth, of Mantoloking.

Glenn Harrison, Esq., of Lakewood.

 

TO BE CAMDEN COUNTY CLERK:

Honorable Joseph Ripa, Jr., of Voorhees, to replace James Beach, resigned.

Bills Introduced/Without Reference/Given Second Reading:

S2845 Sarlo,P Util. co. prop.-criminalize cert. action

 

Bills Introduced:

S2811 Singer,R Entertainment agency contracts-concerns REF SCM

S2812 Singer,R Age-restricted communities-concerns REF SCU

S2813 Sweeney,S/Beach,J Loc. govt. emp., cert.-concerns duties REF SCU

S2814 Ciesla,A Estate tax-concerns REF SBA

S2815 Kean,S SHBP, SEHBP enrollees-prov. elig. audit REF SSG

S2816 Kean,S Sch. dist.-concerns apportionment costs REF SED

S2817 Singer,R Affordable housing-concerns preferences REF SCU

S2818 Singer,R Sch. bus, illegal passing-concerns penal REF STR

S2819 Van Drew,J Law enforcement off.-concerns assaults REF SLP

S2820 Van Drew,J Juv. firearm-related cases-concerns REF SLP

S2821 Van Drew,J Firearm ammunition, cert.-concerns REF SLP

S2822 Van Drew,J Pinelands Comm.-concerns memb. conflicts REF SEN

S2823 Van Drew,J Amber warning lights-concerns REF SLP

S2824 Girgenti,J Police training-concerns REF SLP

S2827 Karrow,M St. volunteer workers, cert.-immunity REF SJU

SR125 Haines,P Terrorists-Cong. investigate cert report REF SLP

Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:

A1479 AaSca (2R) Burzichelli,J/Greenwald,L+10 Pub. contracts-concerns REP/SCA

A1943 Schaer,G/Lampitt,P+10 Finan. literacy pilot prog.-estab. REP

A2513 AcaSca (2R) Johnson,G/DeAngelo,W+11 Community Food Pantry Fd-vol. contrib. REP

A2539 Sca (1R) Rodriguez,C/Ramos,R Maternity svcs.-req installment payments REP/SCA

A2653 AcaAa (2R) Cruz-Perez,N/Watson Coleman,B+2 Fur products, cert.-concerns sale REP

A3101 AcaScaSca (3R) Watson Coleman,B/Cruz-Perez,N+7 Co. Homelessness Trust Fds.-co. create REP/SCA

A3302 Aca (1R) Scalera,F/Caputo,R+1 Util. co. prop.-criminalize cert. action REP

A3521 Sca (1R) Roberts,J/Greenwald,L Camden City, econ. devel. sites;$3.043M REP/SCA

S222 Singer,R+4 PERS-concerns accidental disab. benf. REP

S1059 Scs (SCS) Turner,S All-terrain veh.-concerns REP/SCS

S1125 Sca (1R) Gill,N Maternity svcs-concern installment pymts REP/SCA

S2055 Scs (SCS) Gordon,R/Stack,B Snowmobiles, all-terrain veh.-reg. REP/SCS

S2088/2321 Scs (SCS) Kyrillos,J/Sweeney,S+1 Pub. contracts-concerns REP/SCS

S2211 Sweeney,S/Bateman,C+2 Finan. literacy pilot prog.-estab. REP

S2354 ScaSca (2R) Redd,D/Stack,B+7 Co. Homelessness Trust Fds.-co. create REP/SCA

S2430 Sca (1R) Redd,D/Gordon,R+1 Community Food Pantry Fd-vol. contrib. REP

S2472 Van Drew,J/Cunningham,S Fur products, cert.-concerns sale REP

S2502 Sca (1R) Singer,R/Kean,T+1 Lung Cancer Research Fd.-estab. REP

S2512 ScaSca (2R) Redd,D Camden City, econ. devel. sites;$3.043M REP/SCA

S2532 Sca (1R) Weinberg,L/Gordon,R+2 Health svc. corp.-domestic stock insurer REP/SCA

S2712 Madden,F/Bateman,C+1 Farmland preserv. purposes;$27.75M REP

S2712 Madden,F/Bateman,C+1 Farmland preserv. purposes;$27.75M REP

S2713 Beach,J/Van Drew,J+1 Farmland preserv. purposes;$49.65M REP

S2713 Beach,J/Van Drew,J+1 Farmland preserv. purposes;$49.65M REP

S2714 Sweeney,S/Karrow,M+1 Nonprofit org., farmland preserv.;$6.45M REP

S2714 Sweeney,S/Karrow,M+1 Nonprofit org., farmland preserv.;$6.45M REP

S2715 Karrow,M/Sweeney,S+1 Farmland preserv.;$11.293M REP

S2715 Karrow,M/Sweeney,S+1 Farmland preserv.;$11.293M REP

S2767 Sweeney,S/Karrow,M+1 Land-recreation & conserv. purpose;$66M REP

S2768 Codey,R/Buono,B+2 Open space, park devel.;$120.123M REP

S2770 Girgenti,J/Baroni,B His. preserv. proj.;$15,557,201 REP

S2771 Cunningham,S/Haines,P+1 Land-recreation & conserv purpose;$19.9M REP

S2797 Beach,J Clean water env. infrastructure proj. REP

Bills Referred/SBA:

A1479 AaSca (2R) Burzichelli,J/Greenwald,L+10 Pub. contracts-concerns

S2055 Scs (SCS) Gordon,R/Stack,B Snowmobiles, all-terrain veh.-reg.

S2088/2321 Scs (SCS) Kyrillos,J/Sweeney,S+1 Pub. contracts-concerns

S2712 Madden,F/Bateman,C+1 Farmland preserv. purposes;$27.75M

S2713 Beach,J/Van Drew,J+1 Farmland preserv. purposes;$49.65M

S2714 Sweeney,S/Karrow,M+1 Nonprofit org., farmland preserv.;$6.45M

S2715 Karrow,M/Sweeney,S+1 Farmland preserv.;$11.293M

S2797 Beach,J Clean water env. infrastructure proj.

Bills Combined:

S2321 Singer,R Pub. contracts-concerns COMB/W S2088 (SCS)

Co-Sponsors Added:

S1316 (Ciesla,A) Sick leave, accumulated-concerns

S1318 (Ciesla,A) PERS-concerns pub. contractors

S1324 (Ciesla,A) PERS, TPAF-concerns enrollment threshold

S1325 (Ciesla,A) Pension, Health Benf. Review Comm.-memb.

S2211 (Ruiz,M; Sarlo,P) Finan. literacy pilot prog.-estab.

S2685 (Kean,S) Affordable housing-concerns

S2715 (Oroho,S) Farmland preserv.;$11.293M

S2767 (Oroho,S) Land-recreation & conserv. purpose;$66M

S2768 (Oroho,S) Open space, park devel.;$120.123M

S2826 (Madden,F) Armed Forces, Natl. Guard-returning memb

SCR53 (Ciesla,A) Pub. emp. pension sys.-estab. standards

SCR143 (Beck,J) Leg. Code of Ethics-amends

Co-Prime Sponsors Added:

S2138 (Baroni,B) Sex offenders-enact resid. ordinance

S2492 (Kean,T) St psych hosp-concern training for staff

S2493 (Allen,D) St. emp., cert.-concerns drug testing

S2494 (Singer,R) Psych. hosp., St.-report assaults on web

Third Prime Sponsors Added:

 

SCR124 (Girgenti,J) Svcmembers Opportunity Coll. Consortium

The Senate adjourned at 6:00 P.M. to meet again on Monday, May 18, 2009 (QUROUM, Committee Groups 1 and 2 scheduled to meet).

 

ASSEMBLY ACTION

The Assembly did not meet. The Assembly will meet on Monday, May 18, 2009 (QUORUM, Committees at the Call of the Speaker).

Bills Passed Both Houses/Sent To Governor:

None

Bills Signed Into Law Since Last Session (5/11/09):

None