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for December 13, 2001



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Vol. XIII No. 43 209th Legislature Second Annual Session

SENATE ACTION (QUORUM)



Nominations Notice of Intention:



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

David A. Rosenberg, of East Brunswick.

Robert G. Harbeson, of Haddonfield.

Louis R. Meloni, of Pennsauken.

Stephen H. Womack, of Paterson.

Michael K. Diamond, of Wayne.



Nominations Received and Referred to SJU:



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Richard J. Donohue, of Hillsdale.

Lois Lipton, of Edgewater.

Robert P. Contillo, of Haworth.

Joseph R. Rosa, Jr., of Wallington.

Brian R. Martinotti, of Cliffside Park.

William R. DeLorenzo, Jr., of Upper Saddle River.

Steven P. Perskie, of Margate.

Susan F. Maven, of Absecon.

Claude M. Coleman, of Newark.

Michael L. Ravin, of Verona.

Alfonse J. Cifelli, of West Caldwell.

Thomas M. McCormack, of Roseland.

James A. Farber, of Lafayette.

James S. Rothschild, Jr., of Short Hills.

Harry G. Carroll, of Washington Twp.

Louis R. Meloni, of Pennsauken.

Robert G. Harbeson, of Haddonfield.

Miguel de la Carrera, of Clifton.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE CASINO REINVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY:

Edward H. Gant, of Egg Harbor Township.

John E. Coley, Jr., Esq., of Warren, to replace Carol L. Gaffney.

Ali Reynolds, of Atlantic City.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS IN CHILDREN RELIEF FUND COMMISSION:

Deborah Tedesco, of Morristown, to replace Isabel Roach, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING:

Janice Mitchell Mintz, of Pennington, to replace Barbara Burgess Wolfe.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DELAWARE RIVER PORT AUTHORITY:

Al Fratelli, of Sewell, to replace Gerard McNamara.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DOMESTIC SECURITY PREPAREDNESS TASK FORCE:

Ronald Riccio, of Little Silver.





Nominations Received and Referred to SJU: (cont'd)



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

Fred H. Flagg, of Gibbstown, to replace Francis McDevitt, deceased.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE LOCAL FINANCE BOARD:

Susan Doctorian, of Middletown, to replace Claire French.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MERIT SYSTEM BOARD:

Margaret E.L. Howard, of White House Station.

Jane Kenny, of Highland Park, to replace Judith Shaw.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY COMMERCE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH COMMISSION BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Peter Novello, of Rumson, to replace Steven Gross, Esq.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY UNIVERSITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Fredrick W. Telling, Ph.D., of Woodcliff.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY MEADOWLANDS COMMISSION:

James Vincent Bocchino, of North Arlington, to replace John J. Rose, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY STATE COMMISSION ON CANCER RESEARCH:

Marie T. Leithauser, of Metuchen, to replace George Dunaif, Ph.D.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY STATE COUNCIL ON THE ARTS:

Leonard M. Fisher, Esq., of West Orange.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PINELANDS COMMISSION:

Jay Edward Mounier, of Franklinville.

Theodore Gordon, of Southampton.

Stephen V. Lee, III, of Chatsworth.

Sally Dudley, of New Vernon.

Linda M. Eckenhoff, of Southampton.

Candace M. Ashmun, of Far Hills.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PORT AUTHORITY OF NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY:

Lewis M. Eisenberg, of Rumson, to replace Jack G. Sinagra, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE ROWAN UNIVERSITY - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Kathleen M. Matteo, of Laurel Springs.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION:

Debra Casha, Esq., of Montville, to replace Thomas McGough.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE HEALTH PLANNING BOARD:

Kathleen A. Davis, of Woodbury, to replace Booker Rice, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE LOTTERY COMMISSION:

Daniel F. Becht, Esq., of Wall, to replace Jesal Amin, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE PAROLE BOARD:

Oscar Doyle, of Montville.



TO BE A WORKERS' COMPENSATION JUDGE:

Sue Pai Yang, of Bridgewater.



TO BE AN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE:

John G. Griwert, of Nutley.

Israel D. Dubin, of Lawrenceville.

Carol I. Cohen, of Westfield.



Nominations Reported from Committee:



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Thomas M. McCormack, of Roseland.

Michael L. Ravin, of Verona.

Joseph R. Rosa, Jr., of Wallington.

James S. Rothschild, Jr., of Short Hills.

Lois Lipton, of Edgewater.

Robert P. Contillo, of Haworth.



Nominations Reported from Committee: (cont'd)



James A. Farber, of Lafayette.

Richard J. Donohue, of Hillsdale.

William R. DeLorenzo, Jr., of Upper Saddle River.

Brian R. Martinotti, of Cliffside Park.

Susan F. Maven, of Absecon.

Steven P. Perskie, of Margate.

Jean B. McMaster, of Pitman.

Claude M. Coleman, of Newark.

Harry G. Carroll, of Washington Twp.

Alfonse J. Cifelli, of West Caldwell.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE ATHLETIC TRAINING ADVISORY COMMITTEE:

Karen Elizabeth Manista, of Monmouth Beach.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD, INC. OF NEW JERSEY-BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Lillian C. Borrone, of Avon by the Sea, to replace Reverend Dr. Perry Simmons, Jr.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE CASINO CONTROL COMMISSION:

Michael C. Epps, Esq., of Absecon, to replace Susan Fowler Maven, Esq.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE COMMUNITY FINANCIAL SERVICES BOARD:

Priscilla D. Luppke, of Cream Ridge.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DELAWARE RIVER AND BAY AUTHORITY:

Maureen T. Koebig, of Cape May Court House.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DELAWARE RIVER JOINT TOLL BRIDGE COMMISSION:

Joseph B. Bellina, of Yardville.

Andrew Tirpok, Jr., of Flemington.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DELAWARE RIVER PORT AUTHORITY:

John T. Hanson, CPA, of Marlton, to replace Anthony Pugliese, Esq.

Clara Ruvolo, of Riverton, to replace Carol Beske.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION BOARD:

Joseph S. Roth, of Morris Plains, to replace Jean Rochelle Marshall, R.N.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY-BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Prenston D. Pinkett, III, of Peapack.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY ADVISORY COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN:

Nadine T. Ranade, of Marlboro.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY SMALL EMPLOYER HEALTH BENEFITS PROGRAM BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Gary V. Cupo, of Wayne.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY STATE COMMISSION ON AGING:

Ansar Batool, of Closter, to replace Kem B. Louie, Ph.D., resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY STATE COUNCIL ON THE ARTS:

Elizabeth Christopherson, of New Vernon.

Lillian Levy, of Ventnor.

Kimberly Driscoll-Piscopo, of Bernardsville, to replace Cynthia King Harkins, Esq., resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NORTH JERSEY WATER SUPPLY COMMISSION:

Louis Cuccinello, of Haledon.



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

Jay R. Schwartz, of West Paterson.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PASSAIC VALLEY SEWERAGE COMMISSION:

Kenneth Pengitore, of Haledon, to replace Peter Murphy, resigned.

Anthony W. Ardis, of Paterson, to replace Dominic Cuccinello.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PERFUSIONISTS ADVISORY COMMITTEE:

Andrew L. Israel, of Skillman, to replace Damon Keeley.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PORT AUTHORITY OF NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY:

Jack G. Sinagra, of East Brunswick, to replace Kathleen Donovan, Esq.





Nominations Reported from Committee: (cont'd)



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH COUNCIL:

Robert M. Pallay, M.D., of Neshanic.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE SOUTH JERSEY PORT CORPORATION:

Craig F. Remington, of Cherry Hill, to replace Hugh A. Kelly, Jr., deceased.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE HEALTH PLANNING BOARD:

Joseph A. Giorgio, of Whippany, to replace Blaine E. Capehart, Esq., resigned.

Henry Kane, of Somerset.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE PLANNING COMMISSION:

Karen J. Kominsky, PP, AICP, of Lambertville, to replace Dianne R. Brake.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE TIDELANDS RESOURCE COUNCIL:

Frank M. McDonough, Esq., of Oakhurst.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE WATER SUPPY ADVISORY COUNCIL:

David Cohen, of Holmdel.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE WATERFRONT AND AIRPORT COMMISSION OF NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY:

Michael J. Madonna, of Oakland, to replace James Wallwork.



TO BE A WORKERS' COMPENSATION JUDGE:

Geoffrey Rosamond, of Franklin Lakes.

Diana Ferriero, of Old Tappan.

Cosmo A. Giovinazzi, III, of Vineland.



TO BE AN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE:

Maria Mancini LaFiandra, of Emerson.

Anthony T. Bruno, of Little Silver.

Barry N. Frank, of Tenafly.

John Schuster, III, of Eatontown.

Thomas E. Clancy, of Bound Brook.

Ana C. Viscomi, of Highlands.

Sandra Ann Robinson, of Hackensack.



Nominations Withdrawn:



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE CASINO REINVESTMENT REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY:

Doris McClinton, of Atlantic City, to replace Edward Gant.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS IN CHILDREN RELIEF FUND COMMISSION:

Lisel Fahl Perselay, of Mountainside, to replace Isabel Roach, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE HACKENSACK MEADOWLANDS DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION:

Thomas G. Griggs, Esq., of North Arlington, to replace John Rose.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE ROWAN UNIVERSITY - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Alexander J. Hatala, of Mount Laurel, to replace Kathleen M. Matteo.



Nominations Corrected Copy:



Nominations Received and Referred to SJU:



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PASSAIC VALLEY SEWERAGE COMMISSION:

Kenneth Pengitore, of Haledon, *NOT* Passaic to replace Peter Murphy, resigned.



Bills Introduced/Without Reference/Given Second Reading:



SCR121 Kavanaugh,W St. Museum-concerns proj.

SCR122 Inverso,P St Police Off/Emerg Mgmt Operations Ctr.

SCR123 Kavanaugh,W Renovations, Existing Fac Pinelands Comm







Bills Introduced:



S2763 Inverso,P Campaign contrib./expenditures-concerns REF SSG

S2765 Connors,L Local pub. contracting work-concerns REF SCU

S2766 Bennett,J Weights & measures definitions-concerns REF STR

S2767 Bennett,J/Codey,R Driv lic applic, false info-incr penalty REF SLP

S2772 Bucco,A Auto dealers-consumer fraud law exemp REF SCM

S2774 Matheussen,J/Adler,J St admin pension fds-concerns investment REF SEG

S2775 Bennett,J/Codey,R Sports, Exposition Auth.-concerns memb. REF SSG

S2781 Kavanaugh,W/O'Toole,K Tax amnesty-estab. REF SBA

S2782 Singer,R Recovery & Victim Assist. Office-estab. REF SJU

S2783 Gormley,W Drug Offender Restraining Order-amends REF SJU

SCR120 Adler,J DOBI reg, med fee reimb.-not leg. intent REF SCM



Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:



A409 Aca (1R) Chatzidakis,L/Bodine,F+5 Mun. util. auth, sch. dist-acquire lands REP

A659 Gibson,J/Asselta,N Pinelands mun. landfill site-concerns REP

A849 Aca (1R) Thompson,S+3 Adult Family Care Act REP

A1610 Aca (1R) O'Toole,K/Weingarten,J Freeholder elections-held by dist. REP

A1675 Aca (1R) Myers,C/Lance,L+1 Abbott dist.-elim. parity remedy aid REP

A1915 AcaAca (2R) Thompson,S/Geist,G+14 Coordinating Comm. on Youth;$50K REP

A2398 Vandervalk,C/Rooney,J+1 Hurricane Floyd-extends recovery periods REP

A2518 Aca (1R) Myers,C/Lance,L+2 Wine promotion acct.-incr. tax REP

A2545 Bagger,R+1 Literacy Vol. of Amer-income tax contrib REP

A2928 Aca (1R) Augustine,A/Malone,J+1 Nonpub. sch. pupils-transp. svcs. REP

A3017 AcaAcaScaSca (4R) Blee,F/Quigley,J+5 Hepatitis C-estab. ed., prev. prog REP/SCA

A3101 Myers,C/Lance,L Sch. fac. proj., cert.-addl. St. aid REP

A3118 Sca (1R) Malone,J/Cottrell,M+3 Coastal devel.-concerns review REP/SCA

A3151 Aca (1R) Azzolina,J/Thompson,S+6 Spread the Word Prog.-estab.;$25K REP

A3247 Aca (1R) Gibson,J/Asselta,N+5 SHBP-extend benf. to cert. SPRS REP

A3263 Sca (1R) Bagger,R Tax record inspection-Tobacco Settlement REP/SCA

A3302 AcaSca (2R) Thompson,S/Quigley,J+2 Nurse Multistate Lic Compact-enter in NJ REP/SCA

A3337 Pennacchio,J/DeCroce,A Driv record preservation-update standard REP

A3359 Garrett,E/Crecco,M+1 Sch. dist. surveys, cert.-concerns REP

A3497 Bagger,R/Kean,T+2 St. aid reimb., cert. sch. dist-concerns REP

A3577 AcaAca (2R) Arnone,M/Doria,J+18 Loc. gov.-revise cert. mandates REP without recommendation

A3835 Merkt,R/Pennacchio,J Child advocacy ctr.-defines REP

A3916 Collins,J Netraceuticals Instit., Rutgers;$3.5M REP

S246 Scs (SCS) Kyrillos,J/Sinagra,J Work related accident reports-filing REP/SCS

S476 Sca (1R) Singer,R Alternate Family Care Act REP/SCA

S1118 Cafiero,J Pinelands mun. landfill site-concerns REP

S1268 Sca (1R) Ciesla,A Mun. util. auth, sch. dist-acquire lands REP/SCA

S1348 Bassano,C Freeholder elections-held by dist. REP

S1417 Allen,D Child Advocacy Off.-estab. REP

S1444 Sca (1R) Matheussen,J/Singer,R+4 Coordinating Comm. on Youth;$50K REP

S1553 Kosco,L/Robertson,N Hurricane Floyd-extends recovery periods REP

S1612 Sca (1R) Sinagra,J/Allen,D+1 Rape shield law, civil-creates REP/SCA

S1629 Sca (1R) Inverso,P/Sinagra,J+3 Domestic viol. shelters-confidentiality REP/SCA

S1767 ScaSca (2R) Bucco,A/Kavanaugh,W PFRS-concerns cert. elig. REP/SCA

S1779 Martin,R Minor, cert. fds.-concerns deposits REP

S1782 ScaSca (2R) Bucco,A/Kosco,L+7 Italian/Amer Heritage Culture & Ed Comm. REP/SCA

S1905 Sca (1R) Ciesla,A/Singer,R Homeowners' assn., cert.-exemp sales tax REP

S1906 Scs (SCS) Ciesla,A Limousine law-makes changes REP/SCS

S1984 Sca (1R) McNamara,H Bergen Regional Blood Ctr.;$2.5M REP/SCA

S1989 ScaSca (2R) Matheussen,J/Kosco,L+8 Hepatitis C-estab. ed., prev. prog;$2.5M REP/SCA

S2053 Bennett,J+1 Voc high sch prog-sending dist pay cost REP without recommendation

S2180 Sca (1R) Cafiero,J/Ciesla,A+1 SPRS-concerns health benf. REP/SCA

S2208 ScaSca (2R) Matheussen,J/Turner,S Nurse Multistate Lic Compact-enter in NJ REP/SCA

S2214 Bennett,J Sch. Asthma Protocol Task Force;$15K REP

S2232 Sca (1R) Allen,D/Matheussen,J+2 Spread the Word Prog.-estab. REP/SCA

S2270 Sca (1R) Cardinale,G/Singer,R+8 Cred union, St-chartered-exemp sales tax REP/SCA

S2314 Sca (1R) Kyrillos,J/Kenny,B+3 Corp. bus. taxpayers-modify allocation REP/SCA

S2325 Ciesla,A Unsafe intermodal equip.-proh. tendering REP

S2332 Bucco,A Sch. dist. surveys, cert.-concerns REP

S2343 ScaSca (2R) Cafiero,J/Sinagra,J Nurse recruitment prog. & ed.-creates REP/SCA

S2369 Sa (1R) Bucco,A/Kosco,L+1 ASPIRA, Inc.-pay off mortgage;$350K REP

S2378 Sca (1R) Cafiero,J Pub. off./emp.-clarifies mil. leave benf REP

S2380 Sca (1R) Palaia,J Co. Coll. Contracts Law-raises threshold REP/SCA





Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading: (cont'd)



S2391 Bark,M PERS, TPAF-transfer of svc. cred. REP

S2451 Bucco,A Holocaust ed. curriculum;$30K REP

S2495 Sca (1R) Martin,R/Bucco,A Charter sch., Abbott dist.-St. fd. REP/SCA

S2504 Sca (1R) Kavanaugh,W/Littell,R Bound Brook & Manville Boro-flood aid REP/SCA

S2506 Sca (1R) Kyrillos,J Steel outdoor advertising signs-taxation REP/SCA

S2543 Bark,M/Bennett,J+1 Racing Comm.;$18M REP

S2548 Sca (1R) Bennett,J Prop, cert-concerns taxation exemption REP/SCA

S2550 Sca (1R) Bucco,A Co-based multidisciplinary teams-concern REP/SCA

S2555 Bucco,A Vet., St. emp.-post retir. med. benf. REP

S2558 Palaia,J Nonpub. sch. pupils-transp. svcs. REP

S2562 Zane,R/Palaia,J+1 Demolition, renewal projects;$8.4M REP

S2573/2528/2530/ 2645 ScsSca (SCS/1R) Inverso,P/Bucco,A+8 TPAF, PERS disab.vet. benf.-incr. REP/SCA

S2639 Sca (1R) Kosco,L Commercial driv lic-criminal hist checks REP/SCA

S2640/2667 Scs (SCS) Kavanaugh,W/Lynch,J Nat'l Guard-concerns tuition assistance REP/SCS

S2641 Kavanaugh,W+1 Ed. Opportunity Fd. Prog.;$750K REP

S2644 Inverso,P/Turner,S+1 Capital City-prov. addl. St. aid REP

S2652 Kyrillos,J Firefighters' org.-expand prop tax ememp REP

S2669 Allen,D/Zane,R Off of Women's Research & Policy-creates REP

S2678 Palaia,J/Allen,D Disaster Fd, Children-income tax contrib REP

S2689 Kyrillos,J+4 Ellis S. Vieser Memor Bridge-desig Rt. 9 REP

S2705 Cardinale,G/Allen,D Bergen Co., New Hope, Inc.;$100K REP

S2716 Littell,R Pediatric rehab. hosp.-concerns REP

S2717 Ciesla,A Maritime Resources Off.-estab. in DOT REP

S2718 Sca (1R) Palaia,J TPAF, PERS-exemp. retiree reenrollment REP/SCA

S2722 Vitale,J Ticket broker practices, cert.-concerns REP

S2723 Sca (1R) Singer,R/Rice,R+4 Ticket brokers-concerns resale req. REP/SCA

S2727 Inverso,P Redevel. Area Bond Finan. Law REP

S2728 Kavanaugh,W Leg. retirement allowance-incr. REP

S2739 Bark,M Specialty crop grant prog.;$1.6M REP

S2740 Bark,M/Cafiero,J Garden St. Preserv. Trust-approps. REP

S2741 Kosco,L Cigarette packages-revise tax stamp law REP

S2742 Bennett,J/Lynch,J Athletic Control Bd.-full time chairman REP

S2746 O'Toole,K Freeholder elections-concerns REP

S2749 Robertson,N NJT police investigator-carry firearm REP

S2752 Ciesla,A Ciba Geigy lands, Ocean Co.;$15M REP

S2753 Scs (SCS) McNamara,H/Cardinale,G Landfill fac.-concerns remediation REP/SCS

S2754 Sca (1R) Bennett,J Crematorium constr-concerns mun approval REP/SCA

S2755 Allen,D Netraceuticals Instit., Rutgers;$3.5M REP

S2758 Sca (1R) Bark,M Finan. disclosure statement form-uniform REP/SCA

S2759 Sca (1R) Kyrillos,J+1 Electric personal mobility device-reg. REP/SCA

S2762 Kyrillos,J Somerset Hills Sch.;$1.5M REP

S2764 Adler,J/Connors,L+2 Booster seat-changes req. REP

S2765 Sca (1R) Connors,L Local pub. contracting work-concerns REP/SCA

S2768 Littell,R Hunters Helping the Hungry prog.;$90K REP

S2769 O'Toole,K Freeholder elections-concerns REP

S2770 Inverso,P/Matheussen,J Sales/use tax-multistate discussions REP

S2773 Sca (1R) Littell,R/Bryant,W Transitional energy fac assess.-changes REP/SCA

S2775 Bennett,J/Codey,R Sports, Exposition Auth.-concerns memb. REP

SR98/36 Scs (SCS) Allen,D/Zane,R Women's Hist. Mo.-desig. March 2001 REP/SCS



Bills Referred/SBA:



A3101 Myers,C/Lance,L Sch. fac. proj., cert.-addl. St. aid

S2495 Sca (1R) Martin,R/Bucco,A Charter sch., Abbott dist.-St. fd.

S2562 Zane,R/Palaia,J+1 Demolition, renewal projects;$8.4M

S2640/2667 Scs (SCS) Kavanaugh,W/Lynch,J Nat'l Guard-concerns tuition assistance

S2641 Kavanaugh,W+1 Ed. Opportunity Fd. Prog.;$750K

S2669 Allen,D/Zane,R Off of Women's Research & Policy-creates

S2678 Palaia,J/Allen,D Disaster Fd, Children-income tax contrib

S2705 Cardinale,G/Allen,D Bergen Co., New Hope, Inc.;$100K



Bills Combined:



S2667 Lynch,J/Bennett,J Nat'l Guard-concerns tuition assistance COMB/W S2640

SR36 Turner,S Women's Hist. Mo.-desig. March 2000 COMB/W SR98





Bills Transferred:



S2718 Sca (1R) Palaia,J TPAF, PERS-exemp. retiree reenrollment FROM SSG TO SED

S2755 Allen,D Netraceuticals Instit., Rutgers;$3.5M FROM SEG TO SBA

S2762 Kyrillos,J Somerset Hills Sch.;$1.5M FROM SWF TO SBA



Bills Received from Assembly/Concurrence w/Assembly Amendments/Given Second Reading:



S11 AcaAca (2R) Sinagra,J/Vitale,J+19 SHBP and managed care plans-concerns

S13 ScaSaAcaAa (4R) Matheussen,J/Sinagra,J+19 Small emp-offer new health benf. plan

S206 AcaAa (2R) Bennett,J/Codey,R+47 WTC disaster-tuition assist.

S1072 Aca (1R) Vitale,J/Sinagra,J+12 Nursing home admission agreement-concern

S1412 ScaAa (2R) Cafiero,J/Kosco,L+6 Air bags, nonoperational-proh. sale

S1584 Aa (1R) Bennett,J/Allen,D+12 Defibrillators-placement in St. bldgs.



Bills Received from Assembly/Concurrence w/Governor's Recommendation/Given Second Reading:



A3241 AcaScaSca w/GR (4R) Malone,J/DeCroce,A+3 Graduated driv. lic.-concerns



Bills Received from Assembly/Referred to Committee:



A1458 Aca (1R) Blee,F/LeFevre,K+19 Disabled-estab. co. off. REF SBA

A1510/553 AcsAca (ACS/1R) Heck,R/Talarico,G Satellite telephone grant prog.;$2.5M REF SBA

A1895 LeFevre,K Amer. Red Cross-income tax contrib. REF SBA

A2056 AcaAca (2R) Kelly,J/Wisniewski,J Fire Safety Div., training prog.;$360K REF SBA

A2637 Bateman,C/DeCroce,A+2 Mortgage guaranty insur.-concerns REF SCM

A2784 Asselta,N/Gibson,J Delaware Riv, Bay Auth.-auth. cert. proj REF SEG

A2876 Aca (1R) Russo,D/Pou,N Veh. id. sys. transponder-windshield REF STR

A3217 Aca (1R) Vandervalk,C/Asselta,N+13 Medicaid prescription drug benf.-concern REF SSV

AJR63 Felice,N/Azzolina,J+4 WWII Vet Memor Advisory Comm-reconstitue REF SSG



Co-Sponsors Added:



S2289 (Vitale,J)

S2573/2528/2530/ 2645 ScsSca (SCS/1R) (Bennett,J; Ciesla,A)

S2593 (Bennett,J)

S2644 (Bucco,A)

S2759 Sca (1R) (Vitale,J)



The Senate President has made the following re-appointment:



*Effective November 30, 2001



New Jersey Automobile Insurance Risk Exchange Board of Directors:



Thomas Gurrera, of Belleville.



The Senate adjourned at 9:30 P.M. to meet on Monday, December 17, 2001 (SESSION).





ASSEMBLY ACTION (QUORUM)



Bills Introduced/Without Reference/Given Second Reading:



A4053 Kelly,J+3 Freeholder elections-concerns







Bills Introduced:



A4028 Gregg,G/Merkt,R+1 Clean Communities grants;$13.3M REF AAP

A4030 Gusciora,R/Watson Coleman,B Alco. bev.-concerning lic. revoke REF ALP

A4031 Rooney,J/Corodemus,S Radioactive waste, low-level-revise laws REF ASH

A4032 Corodemus,S/Smith,T So. Belmar Boro, mun complex;$200K REF AAP

A4033 Previte,M/Greenwald,L St Endowment, Scholarship Prog.-estab. REF AED

A4034 Connors,C/Holzapfel,J Unemp. benf., emerg.-prov. up to 13 wks. REF ALA

A4035 Blee,F Scholarship foundations-estab. REF AED

A4036 Friscia,A Family Income Security Emerg Econo Act REF ALA

A4038 Geist,G/Asselta,N Disab. Amer. Vet Dept, NJ-memb lic plate REF ATR

A4039 Previte,M St./Community Partnership Grant Fds. REF ALP

A4047 Bateman,C PERS-creates Prosecutors Part REF AAP

A4048 Malone,J Co. solid waste fac. bonds-refinan. REF AAP



Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:



A24 Asselta,N/Felice,N Police, FF, emerg svcs-workers comp benf REP

A25/30/31/32/33 Acs (ACS) DiGaetano,P/Arnone,M+2 Anti-Terrorism Act of 2001 REP/ACS

A305 AcaAca (2R) Vandervalk,C/Geist,G+5 Child care svc.-income tax deduct. REP/ACA

A761 AcaAca (2R) Zecker,G/Asselta,N+6 Higher ed. faculty, cert.-purch. SHBP REP/ACA

A1123 Aca (1R) Cohen,N Worker's comp.-recovery of TDI pymts. REP/ACA

A1837 Augustine,A+1 Alco., drug abuse prog.-forfeiture fds. REP

A2194 Quigley,J/Felice,N+3 Natl. Crime Prev, Privacy Compact-ratify REP

A2580 Buono,B/Barnes,P Hist. Places Register-concerns inclusion REP without recommendation

A2592/2452 Acs (ACS) Collins,J/Smith,T+26 Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Cred Act REP

A2879 Russo,D/Cohen,N+1 Computer crime-creates 24 hr. hotline REP

A3091 Aca (1R) Malone,J/Cottrell,M+2 Vet. memorial-Willingboro Twp.;$25K REP/ACA

A3187 Aca (1R) DeCroce,A/Felice,N Centennial of Powered Flight Comm. REP

A3320 Aca (1R) Bateman,C+4 Tourette Syndrome Assn.;$150K REP/ACA

A3440 Pennacchio,J/Merkt,R+1 Handicapped children-retrofit co. parks REP

A3503 AcaAca (2R) Merkt,R/Bagger,R Viol. prev training grant for DYFS;$100K REP/ACA

A3541 Aca (1R) Bateman,C/Biondi,P Devel. disab-juv. background check REP/ACA

A3552 Heck,R/Felice,N+2 Chinchar, Robert-appt. to police dept. REP

A3553 Heck,R/Felice,N+2 DeRito, Pasqual-appt. to police dept. REP

A3615 Holzapfel,J/Moran,J St. Police complaints, cert-concerns REP

A3693 Aca (1R) DiGaetano,P/Kelly,J+4 Italian/Amer Heritage Cultural & Ed Comm REP without recommendation

A3741 Aca (1R) Bateman,C/Biondi,P Bound Brook & Manville Boro-flood aid REP/ACA

A3760 AcaAca (2R) Bagger,R/Kean,T Project Shalom;$110K REP/ACA

A3782 Aca (1R) Collins,J/Doria,J Wrongful death act-amends REP/ACA

A3792 Azzolina,J/Thompson,S Firefighters' org.-expand prop tax ememp REP

A3836 Merkt,R/Gregg,G Cigarette packages-revise tax stamp law REP

A3838 Aca (1R) Wolfe,D/Malone,J Disaster Fd, Children-income tax contrib REP/ACA

A3850 Gibson,J/Asselta,N Co., cert.-changes population req. REP

A3907 Kean,T/Bagger,R+2 Vets' Oral Hist. prog.;$90K REP

A3917 Aca (1R) Bateman,C Uniform Comm. Code-concerns chapter 9 REP/ACA

A3920 Thompson,S/Azzolina,J Worker's comp-excludes gratuities REP

A3923 Malone,J/Collins,J+1 Chesterfield Twp., police veh.;$75K REP

A3926/3954 Acs (ACS) DeCroce,A/Corodemus,S Dredging Fac Fd;$101.3M; cancels approp. REP/ACS

A3927 Bodine,F/Collins,J+1 Vet. students, lic. exam-concerns REP

A3935 Aca (1R) Bagger,R Interst. Compact for Adult Offender-prov REP/ACA

A3938 Merkt,R/Kean,T Small emp. health benf. plans-elig. REP

A3941 Gibson,J/Heck,R+3 Park devel. proj-Green Acres bond fds. REP

A3942 Wolfe,D/Azzolina,J+1 Coastal Blue Acres proj;$1.086M REP

A3943 Aca (1R) Myers,C+1 Emp. welfare arrangements-concerns REP/ACA

A3947 Aca (1R) Myers,C Auto dealers-consumer fraud law exemp REP/ACA

A3950 Aca (1R) Arnone,M Crematorium constr-concerns mun approval REP/ACA

A3958 Aca (1R) Moran,J/Impreveduto,A Ticket brokers-concerns resale req. REP/ACA

A3962 Bateman,C Health svc corp bd of directors-memb REP

A3963 Bateman,C Check cashers, lic.-concerns REP

A3964 Bateman,C Pawnbroking law-revises REP

A3966 Gibson,J/Bodine,F Farmland preserv. proj. REP

A3967 Myers,C Specialty crop grant prog.;$1.6M REP

A3976 Pennacchio,J Infant formula, cert.-health insur cover REP

A3980 Holzapfel,J NJT police investigator-carry firearm REP

A3983 Aca (1R) Corodemus,S/Caraballo,W Water/wastewater treatment svcs-concerns REP/ACA

A3984 Aca (1R) Merkt,R Electric personal mobility device-reg. REP/ACA

A3987 Guear,G/Barnes,P+8 Sex offender registry-proh cert removals REP

A3992 Geist,G+1 Grand jury charges-concerns REP





Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading: (cont'd)



A3996 Aca (1R) Geist,G/Buono,B DNA testing, postconviction-prov. REP/ACA

A4002 Biondi,P/Bateman,C Redevel. Area Bond Finan. Law REP

A4006 DiGaetano,P/Impreveduto,A Emp. leasing company law-modifies REP

A4010 Malone,J/Cottrell,M Mine Safety Mineral Resource Preserv Act REP

A4014 Geist,G/Guear,G Emerg. vol.-workers comp. waiting period REP

A4023 Malone,J/Asselta,N Pub emp, st of emerg-accumulate leave REP

A4024 Bagger,R/Lance,L Sales/use tax-multistate discussions REP

A4026 Aca (1R) Holzapfel,J Drug Offender Restraining Order-amends REP/ACA

A4037 Roberts,J/Stuhltrager,G Water allocation-concerns REP

ACR162 Arnone,M Census, 2000-leg. committees study REP

AJR11 Farragher,C/Cohen,N Terrorist attack-condemns & reg. bus. REP

AJR65 Bagger,R/Kean,T+1 UNICEF Day-desig. October 31st each yr. REP

AR5 Crecco,M/Zecker,G+35 NJ Task Force One-FEMA team status REP

S22 Codey,R/Bennett,J+35 Police, FF, emerg svcs-workers comp benf REP

S68 Bucco,A/Kyrillos,J+6 Alco., drug abuse prog.-forfeiture fds. REP

S207 Bassano,C+8 Small emp. health benf. plans-elig. REP

S338 Kenny,B/Allen,D Emerg. vol.-workers comp. waiting period REP

S884 Scs (SCS) Singer,R Worker's comp.-recovery of TDI pymts. REP

S1013 Cardinale,G/Inverso,P+1 Prof. planners lic.-exemp. pub. emp. REP

S1258 Sca (1R) Cardinale,G/Inverso,P+1 Homeowners' insur. policies-concerns REP

S1517 Gormley,W/O'Connor,E+4 Natl. Crime Prev, Privacy Compact-ratify REP

S1839 Sca (1R) Robertson,N/Allen,D+5 Infant formula, cert.-health insur cover REP

S1920 ScaAca (2R) Martin,R/O'Connor,E+3 DNA testing, postconviction-prov. REP/ACA

S1997 Aca (1R) Allen,D Vet. memorial-Willingboro Twp.;$25K REP/ACA

S2353 Kosco,L/Cafiero,J+1 St. Police complaints, cert-concerns REP

S2399 Inverso,P/Zane,R+1 Computer crime-creates 24 hr. hotline REP

S2471 Girgenti,J/Gormley,W+7 Grand jury charges-concerns REP

S2538 Cafiero,J Co., cert.-changes population req. REP

S2688 Codey,R Domestic Security Task Force-clarifies REP

S2691 Sca (1R) Cardinale,G Health svc corp bd of directors-memb REP

S2695 Inverso,P/O'Toole,K Emp. leasing company law-modifies REP

S2700 Kyrillos,J/Bennett,J+1 Coastal Blue Acres proj;$1.086M REP

S2701 Matheussen,J/Cafiero,J+5 Park devel. proj-Green Acres bond fds. REP

S2707 Scs (SCS) Martin,R Dredging/Containment Fac. Fd.;$101.3M REP

S2710 Sca (1R) Turner,S/Martin,R Pub emp, st of emerg-accumulate leave REP

SJR38 Codey,R/Bennett,J+35 Terrorist attack-condemns & reg. bus. REP



Bills Referred/ABI:



A1941 Aca (1R) Corodemus,S Foot care svcs., routine-defines

S787 Aca (1R) Sinagra,J Foot care svcs., routine-defines



Bills Reported Referred/AAP:



A313/3740 Acs (ACS) Vandervalk,C/Quigley,J+8 Work First NJ prog.-repeals cert. limit REP/ACS REF AAP

A1072 Pou,N+8 Urban rodent control prog.;$336K REP REF AAP

A1186 Aca (1R) Arnone,M Local Bond Law-revises REP/ACA REF AAP

A1225 Malone,J/Cottrell,M+4 Vet. org.-allocate fds.;$250K REP REF AAP

A3387 Acs (ACS) LeFevre,K Street gang law enforcement;$250K REP/ACS REF AAP

A3639 Aca (1R) Gusciora,R/Felice,N+25 Psych fac.-elim cert. liens/finan. liab. REP/ACA REF AAP

A3683 Aca (1R) Merkt,R/Barnes,P+6 Law Enforcement Off Mem/Museum;$2M REP/ACA REF AAP

A3733 Aca (1R) Bagger,R Delaware River dredged materials;$2.5M REP/ACA REF AAP

A3761 Aca (1R) DeCroce,A/Pennacchio,J Steel outdoor advertising signs-taxation REP/ACA REF AAP

A3857 Aca (1R) Gibson,J/Asselta,N+2 Intercoastal Waterway/Back Bay Dredging REP/ACA REF AAP without recommendation

A3884 Smith,B/Lance,L+28 Nat'l Guard-concerns tuition assistance REP REF AAP

A3940 Blee,F Racing Comm.;$18M REP REF AAP

A4025 Chatzidakis,L/Merkt,R+1 Hist. preserv. projects;$1.056M REP REF AAP

S268 Sca (1R) Bennett,J/Palaia,J Local Bond Law-revises REP REF AAP

S553 ScsAca (SCS/1R) Cafiero,J+2 Co. clerks-concerns cert salaries/fees REP/ACA REF AAP

S1812 ScaAca (2R) Zane,R/Bennett,J Delaware River dredged materials;$2.5M REP/ACA REF AAP



Bills Combined:



A30 Holzapfel,J Terrorism-concerns COMB/W A25/31/32/33

A31 Holzapfel,J Riot offense-extend limitation statute COMB/W A25/30/32/33

A32 Holzapfel,J+1 Terroristic threats-second degree crime COMB/W A25/30/31/33

Bills Combined: (cont'd)



A33 Holzapfel,J Terrorist-relate crimes-No Early Release COMB/W A25/30/31/32

A3740 Pennacchio,J Work First NJ-incr. cash asst. benf. COMB/W A313

A3954 Doria,J/Charles,J Dredging/Containment Fac. Fd.;$101.3M COMB/W A3926



Bills Transferred:



A3970 Bagger,R Somerset Hills Sch.;$1.5M FROM AED TO AAP

A4004 Wolfe,D/Holzapfel,J Ciba Geigy lands, Ocean Co.;$15M FROM AAN TO AAP



Co-Sponsors Added:



A188 (Gill,N)

A3091 Aca (1R) (Conaway,H; Conners,J)

A3639 Aca (1R) (Gill,N)

A3755 (Geist,G)

A3793 Aca (1R) (Wolfe,D; Holzapfel,J)

A3877 (Guear,G)

A3884 (Asselta,N)

A3899 Aca (1R) (Geist,G)

A3907 (Asselta,N)

A3943 Aca (1R) (Bateman,C)

A3949 (Weinberg,L)

A3955 Acs (ACS) (Bagger,R)

A4028 (Azzolina,J)



Second Prime Sponsors Added:



A3938 (Kean,T)

A3996 Aca (1R) (Buono,B)

A4014 (Guear,G)



Second Prime Sponsors Withdrawn:



A2556 (Friscia,A)



Note to the December 6, 2001 Legislation Digest:



Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:



A3729 Kelly,J Police/firefighter convention-paid leave REP *NOT* REF AAP



The Assembly adjourned at 7:45 P.M. to meet on Monday, December 17, 2001 (SESSION).



Bills Passed Both Houses/Sent To Governor:



None



Bills Signed Into Law Since Last Session (12/10/01):



P.L.2001, c.261. S1560 Bark,M+2 12/11/2001 Dead deer-transport in covered veh.

P.L.2001, c.262. A1622/2296 AcsAcaSca w/GR (ACS/3R) O'Toole,K/Blee,F+14 12/11/2001 Prepaid Higher Ed. Expense

Prog.-estab.

P.L.2001, c.263. A1706 Aca (1R) Wisniewski,J+1 12/11/2001 Elevators, resid.-accommodate stretchers

P.L.2001, c.264. A2082 Blee,F 12/11/2001 Landlord reg. filings-concerns

P.L.2001, c.265. A3035 AcaAca (2R) Lance,L+2 12/11/2001 Landowners prov pub access-immunity

P.L.2001, c.266. A3636 Acs (ACS) Roberts,J+3 12/11/2001 Prop. tax lien mgmt. svcs.-mun. contract

P.L.2001, c.267. S375 Scs/Sa/Aca w/GR (SCS/3R) Sinagra,J/Cardinale,G+17 12/13/2001 Health benf. insur-reg. 3rd party admin.

P.L.2001, c.268. S1293 Bassano,L 12/13/01 DHS fac.-updates names