NEW JERSEY

LEGISLATIVE DIGEST



for November 24, 2003



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Vol. XV No. 32 210th Legislature Second Annual Session

Senator Joseph Charles, Jr., of the 31st Legislative District, has resigned effective August 18, 2003.

L. Harvey Smith was sworn in as a member of the Senate for the 31st Legislative District.



SENATE ACTION (QUORUM)



Nominations Notice of Intention as of 11/14/2003:



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE CENTRAL MUNICIPAL COURT:

Louis J. Dinice, of Hackensack.



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

W. Hunt Dumont, of Mendham.

Alan J. Pogarsky, of Lakewood.

Philip H. Mizzone, of West Paterson.

Deanne M. Wilson, of Mendham.

Thomas Smith, Jr., of Neptune.

Ann Graf McCormick, of Brielle.

Thomas Brown, Jr., of Cinnaminson.

John A. Almeida, of Mount Laurel.

Patrick J. Roma, of Palisades Park.



Nominations Received and Referred to SJU:



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE CENTRAL MUNICIPAL COURT:

Louis J. Dinice, of Hackensack.



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

W. Hunt Dumont, of Mendham.

Alan J. Pogarsky, of Lakewood.

John A. Almeida, of Mount Laurel.

Thomas Smith, Jr., of Neptune.

Patrick J. Roma, of Palisades Park.

Philip H. Mizzone, of West Paterson.

Ann Graf McCormick, of Brielle.

Deanne M. Wilson, of Mendham.

Thomas Brown, Jr., of Cinnaminson.



TO BE A MEMBER AND CHAIR OF THE NEW JERSEY PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS COMMISSION:

Lawrence Henderson, Esq., of Scotch Plains, to replace Millicent A. Wasell.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE CASINO REINVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY:

Irene Hill-Smith, Ph.D., of Mantua.



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

Charles A. Stanziale, Jr., of West Orange, to replace Joan Durkin, resigned.



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

Jo-Ann R. Boehm, of Flemington.





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



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS COMMISSION:

James W. Mastriani, of Wall.

Cheryl G. Fuller, CPA, of Maplewood, to replace Ellen Sandman.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE AUTHORITY:

Harry Larrison, Jr., of Ocean Grove.

David G. Evans, of Sicklerville, to replace Frank McDermott, resigned.



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

Michael T. Cricco, of Hoboken, to replace Helen Macri, deceased.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE POLICE TRAINING COMMISSION:

John R. Sette, of Morristown.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE PAROLE BOARD:

Veleria N. Lawson, of Manalapan, to replace Rolando Ortega-Gomez.

Honorable Paul J. Contillo, of Paramus, to replace William McCargo.



TO BE A WORKERS' COMPENSATION JUDGE:

Jose A. LaBoy, of Vineland.

Ronald J. Allen, of Woodcliff Lake.



TO BE AN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE:

Bruce M. Gorman, of Rio Grande.



TO BE THE CHAIR OF THE STATE PAROLE BOARD:

Honorable John D'Amico, of Oceanport, to replace Mario Paparozzi, Ph.D., resigned.



Nominations Reported from Committee:



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

John A. Almeida, of Mount Laurel.

Thomas Brown, Jr., of Cinnaminson.

Thomas Smith, Jr., of Neptune.

W. Hunt Dumont, of Mendham.

Ann Graf McCormick, of Brielle.

Patrick J. Roma, of Palisades Park.

Alan J. Pogarsky, of Lakewood.

Deanne M. Wilson, of Mendham.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE ATLANTIC CITY CONVENTION CENTER AUTHORITY:

Mark Brown, of Linwood, to replace Mark Juliano, resigned.



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

Gerald A. Calabrese, Jr., of Cliffside Park.

Paul Pintel, of Fair Lawn.

Kenneth J. Slomienski, Esq, of Wallington.

Steven V. Schuster, Esq., of Cresskill.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF THE HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENT ASSISTANCE AUTHORITY:

Harold Deutschman, Ph.D., of Holmdel, to replace Lawrence Feldman, Ph.D.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Christopher R. Gibson, Esq., of Thorofare, to replace Donald Chambers.

George S. Callas, of Brielle, to replace Jose Sosa, resigned.



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

Philip J. Mugavero, of Phillipsburg, to replace Gloria Decker.

James P. McManimon, of Ewing, to replace Harry Parkin.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES COUNCIL:

Peter J. Ganz, of Westfield, to replace Thomas Reddington.



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

Bradley A. Blubaugh, of Sewell.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE:

Anthony M. Bucco, Esq., of Boonton Township.







Nominations Reported from Committee: (cont'd)





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

Frank X. McDermott, of Westfield, to replace Jack Marrero.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE LICENSED LENDERS ADVISORY BOARD:

Joseph G. Zinman, of Marlton.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE LOCAL FINANCE BOARD:

Honorable John H. Ewing, of Peapack.



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

Victor P. Di Leo, of Piscataway.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY CEMETERY BOARD:

Marion Brozowski, of Brick Town.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY CITY UNIVERSITY - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Vij Pawar, Esq., of Morristown.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY DEVELOPMENTAL AUTHORITY FOR SMALL BUSINESSES, MINORITIES AND WOMEN'S ENTERPRISES:

Ramon Rosario, of Atlantic City, to replace Donna Harris.



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

James Burns, Esq., of Middletown, to replace Laura Battjer, resigned.

Stephen P. DePalma, of Long Branch, to replace Arun Netravali, Ph.D.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY SPORTS AND EXPOSITION AUTHORITY:

George A. Castro, of Elizabeth, to replace Marvin Schmelzer, resigned.



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

Raymond M. Pocino, of Moorestown, to replace Lewis M. Eisenberg, resigned.



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

Nick L. Petroni, C.P.A., of Glassboro, to replace H. Donald Stewart.



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

Clinton C. Crocker, of Tinton Falls.



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

James M. Cerra, of Branchville, to replace Joseph Massar.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE TIDELANDS RESOURCE COUNCIL:

Bethany Rocque-Romaine, Esq., of Old Bridge, to replace Nat Infurna.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY OF NEW JERSEY BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Sonia Delgado, of Trenton, to replace Marsha Nagelberg.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE WETLANDS MITIGATION COUNCIL:

Abigail H. Fair, of Green Village.

Joan G. Ehrenfeld, Ph.D., of Highland Park.

Bryon Dubois, of Pine Beach, to replace Michael Fitzgerald, Esq., resigned.

Edmund Bennett, Jr., of Mantoloking.

John A. Tiedemann, of Point Pleasant, to replace Gary Lavornga, Ph.D.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE WILLIAM PATTERSON UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Michael L. Jackson, of Randolph.

Frederick L. Gruel, of Bridgewater.



TO BE THE WARREN COUNTY PROSECUTOR:

Thomas S. Ferguson, of Phillipsburg.



Nominations Withdrawn:



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS:

Frank A. Neary, of Ocean.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE BOAT REGULATION COMMISSION:

Tim Dougherty, of Morristown, to replace John Kornick, resigned.







Nominations Withdrawn: (cont'd)



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MEDICAL PRACTITIONER REVIEW PANEL:

Antonio L. Cruz, Esq., of Perth Amboy, to replace Scott Seelagy, Esq.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY WORLD TRADE CENTER SCHOLARSHIP FUND - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Cynthia E. McDay, of Colonia.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION:

Francisco J. Cuesta, of Elizabeth, to replace Orlando Edreira, Ph.D.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE LOTTERY COMMISSION:

Michael Maggiano, of Fort Lee, to replace Robert Slater.



Nominations Corrected Copy:



Nominations Received and Referred to SJU:



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE RICHARD STOCKTON STATE COLLEGE - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Stanley M. Ellis, of Riverton, to replace Charles C. Townsend, Jr., resigned *NOT*Michael Jacobson.



Bills Introduced:



S2727 Baer,B+1 Child-prot. window guards-concerns REF SCU

S2728 Baer,B Budget and fiscal info.-concerns REF SBA

S2729 Bucco,A Homeless Outreach Prog.;$235K REF SHH

S2730 Codey,R Motor bus owners-concerns med. coverage REF SCM

S2731 Bark,M/Kavanaugh,W Fees charged to loc. units-concerns REF SCU

S2732 Coniglio,J Arson, cert.-upgrades REF SJU

S2733 Rice,R Congregate care fac.-concerns REF SHH

S2734 Rice,R Congregate housing fac-post resid rights REF SHH

S2735 Sweeney,S Correction off.-concerns training REF SLP

S2736 Rice,R Early childhood ed.-concerns REF SED

S2737 Allen,D Air ambulance svcs.-concerns REF SHH

S2740 Ciesla,A Emerg. Svcs Vol Length of Svc Award Prog REF SCU

S2741 Geist,G/Bucco,A+1 Reading ability, cert pupils-procedure REF SED

S2742 Kyrillos,J/Geist,G Satellite telephone grant prog.;$5M REF SLP

S2743 Kyrillos,J/Lance,L Bus. emp. incentives, cert.-allows REF SCM

S2744 Cafiero,J Lifeguard pension benf.-revises REF SSG

S2745 Littell,R/Bucco,A Black bears-permits deadly force REF SEN

S2746 Kean,T PFRS-concerns memb. REF SSG

S2747 Coniglio,J/Sarlo,P Saddle River, flood control;$2M REF SEN

S2748 Coniglio,J/Sarlo,P Flood control proj.-auth. funding REF SEN

S2749 Singer,R/Lesniak,R Polysomnography-concerns practice REF SHH

S2750 Sarlo,P Meadowlands Comm.-concerns REF STR

S2751 Sweeney,S Handguns, cert.-concern sale, possession REF SLP

S2752 Sweeney,S/Singer,R+9 Prescription drug prices-estab prog REF SHH

S2753 Lance,L Police, mun.-concerns appt. REF SCU

S2754 Girgenti,J/Bucco,A Fire resistance furnishings-pub bldgings REF SCU

S2755 Sacco,N/Sarlo,P Juv. Justice Master Plans-concerns REF SLP

SCR121 Inverso,P Treaty of Paris-commem 220th anniversary REF SSG

SR168 Kyrillos,J/Ciesla,A Dual States Plan-urge support REF STR



Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:



A375 Acs (ACS) Wisniewski,J+1 Childhood immunizations-concern coverage REP

A1172 Previte,M/Johnson,G+2 Bodily fluid at probation offic.-assault REP

A1717 Hackett,M/Sarlo,P+4 Sch. dist.-estab. emerg./crises plan REP

A1913 AcaAaSca (3R) Steele,A/Bateman,C+22 Death Penal. Study Comm.-creates REP/SCA

A2047 AcaAa (2R) Roberts,J/Watson Coleman,B+3 Local auth., surplus fds-transfer to mun REP

A2265 Aca (1R) Sarlo,P/Van Drew,J+8 Sr. Gold Prescrip Discount Prog-concerns REP

A2433 Guear,G/Impreveduto,A+12 Child pornography crimes-concerns REP

A2434 Guear,G/Impreveduto,A+13 Child pornography, selling-concerns REP

A2651 Aca (1R) Stender,L/Green,J Uniform Constr. Code Act viol-incr penal REP

A2679 Aca (1R) Holzapfel,J/Barnes,P+14 Luring a child into mv-upgrades crime REP









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



A2866 Doria,J/Perez-Cinciarelli,E+6 NJ City Univ.;$185.376K REP

A3210 Gusciora,R+7 Loc. Pub. Contract Law-concerns REP

A3342 AcsSca (ACS/1R) Asselta,N/Van Drew,J+11 Michael's Law; concerns DWI REP/SCA

A3463 Diegnan,P/Biondi,P+8 Sch. fac. proj. constr. manager-concerns REP

A3533 Dancer,R/Malone,J+5 Distinguished svc. medal-clarifies req. REP

A3569 Sca (1R) Conners,J/Previte,M+29 Student active duty-re-enrollment/refund REP/SCA

A3570 Sca (1R) Guear,G/Van Drew,J+29 Enduring Freedom-scholarship prog. REP/SCA

A3571 Sca (1R) Smith,R/Greenstein,L+30 Enduring Freedom-tuition-free enrollment REP/SCA

A3756 Aca (1R) Chivukula,U/Stanley,C Congregate housing fac-post resid rights REP

A3781 AcaSca (2R) Chivukula,U/Stanley,C Congregate care fac.-concerns REP/SCA

S98 Singer,R/Inverso,P SSI recipient-annual cost-of-living incr REP

S483 Sca (1R) Vitale,J/Bennett,J+3 Child abuse, stalking-proh firearm purch REP/SCA

S898 Sca (1R) Cardinale,G/Bagger,R+5 George Washington portrait-display;$135K REP/SCA

S1058 Bucco,A Sch. dist.-estab. emerg./crises plan REP

S1112 Sca (1R) Turner,S/Bagger,R+11 Death penal.-create study comm. REP/SCA

S1269 Inverso,P Vet. prop. tax deduction-extend elig. REP

S1546 Inverso,P/Matheussen,J Child pornography crimes-concerns REP

S1547 Matheussen,J/Inverso,P Child pornography, selling-concerns REP

S1678 Sca (1R) Sweeney,S/Bryant,W Local auth., surplus fds-transfer to mun REP/SCA

S1905 Palaia,J Sr. Gold Prescrip Discount Prog-concerns REP

S1965 Littell,R/Kenny,B+3 Catastrophic Illness, Children Fd.-elig. REP

S1997 Sca (1R) Bucco,A Big Brothers/Sisters-crim hist check fee REP/SCA

S2019 Charles,J/Martin,R NJ City Univ.;$185.376K REP

S2022 Lance,L Tax exemp., short term-concerns REP

S2170 Turner,S Affordable housing-concerns REP

S2257 Sca (1R) Vitale,J/Adler,J Statewide Immunization Reg. Act REP/SCA

S2366 Scs (SCS) Buono,B/Adler,J+2 Video voyeurism-creates crime REP/SCS

S2378 Scs (SCS) Kean,T/Cafiero,J Michael's Law; concerns DWI REP/SCS

S2441 Martin,R Uniform Constr. Code Act viol-incr penal REP

S2442 Sca (1R) Rice,R Passaic Valley Sewerage-estab. oversight REP/SCA

S2506 Sca (1R) Sweeney,S/Coniglio,J+1 Enduring Freedom-tuition-free enrollment REP/SCA

S2509 Sca (1R) Girgenti,J/Coniglio,J+1 Enduring Freedom-scholarship prog. REP/SCA

S2511 Girgenti,J/Coniglio,J+1 Student active duty-re-enrollment/refund REP

S2559 Ciesla,A/Gill,N Luring a child into mv-upgrades crime REP

S2575 Adler,J/Kean,T Sch. fac. proj. constr. manager-concerns REP

S2597 Sca (1R) Connors,L/McNamara,H+1 Sch. dist.-itemization of cert. bills REP/SCA

S2659 Sca (1R) Sarlo,P/Girgenti,J Parole supervision for life-clarifies REP/SCA

S2675 Sca (1R) Kavanaugh,W/Bark,M Bleacher Safety Act REP/SCA

S2704 Singer,R Distinguished svc. medal-clarifies req. REP

S2707 Cardinale,G Revaluation firms-conflicts of interest REP

S2720 Geist,G Loc. govt. officials-concerns misconduct REP

S2726 Adler,J Inmates-concerns special credits REP

S2733 Sca (1R) Rice,R Congregate care fac.-concerns REP/SCA

S2734 Rice,R Congregate housing fac-post resid rights REP

SJR54 Sca (1R) Adler,J/Connors,L+1 St. Mandate Study Comm.-creates REP/SCA

SR144 Sweeney,S/Coniglio,J+1 Natl. Guard memb.-concerns benf. REP

SR167 Sca (1R) Vitale,J/Singer,R Prescrip. drug under Medicare-enact leg. REP/SCA



Bills Referred/SBA:



A1717 Hackett,M/Sarlo,P+4 Sch. dist.-estab. emerg./crises plan

A1913 AcaAaSca (3R) Steele,A/Bateman,C+22 Death Penal. Study Comm.-creates

A2265 Aca (1R) Sarlo,P/Van Drew,J+8 Sr. Gold Prescrip Discount Prog-concerns

A2866 Doria,J/Perez-Cinciarelli,E+6 NJ City Univ.;$185.376K

A3569 Sca (1R) Conners,J/Previte,M+29 Student active duty-re-enrollment/refund

A3570 Sca (1R) Guear,G/Van Drew,J+29 Enduring Freedom-scholarship prog.

A3756 Aca (1R) Chivukula,U/Stanley,C Congregate housing fac-post resid rights

S98 Singer,R/Inverso,P SSI recipient-annual cost-of-living incr

S1058 Bucco,A Sch. dist.-estab. emerg./crises plan

S1112 Sca (1R) Turner,S/Bagger,R+11 Death penal.-create study comm.

S1269 Inverso,P Vet. prop. tax deduction-extend elig.

S1905 Palaia,J Sr. Gold Prescrip Discount Prog-concerns

S1965 Littell,R/Kenny,B+3 Catastrophic Illness, Children Fd.-elig.

S1997 Sca (1R) Bucco,A Big Brothers/Sisters-crim hist check fee

S2019 Charles,J/Martin,R NJ City Univ.;$185.376K

S2257 Sca (1R) Vitale,J/Adler,J Statewide Immunization Reg. Act









Bills Referred/SBA: (cont'd)



S2506 Sca (1R) Sweeney,S/Coniglio,J+1 Enduring Freedom-tuition-free enrollment

S2509 Sca (1R) Girgenti,J/Coniglio,J+1 Enduring Freedom-scholarship prog.

S2511 Girgenti,J/Coniglio,J+1 Student active duty-re-enrollment/refund

S2734 Rice,R Congregate housing fac-post resid rights



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



A2585 AcaScaAa (3R) Gusciora,R/Greenwald,L+12 Haz. substance cleanup-changes law

S1926 ScaAca (2R) Bennett,J/Greenstein,L+3 Trusts, cert.-concerns deferred distrib.



Bills Received from Assembly/Referred to Committee:



A2928 Cohen,N+1 Medicaid estate recoveries-concerns REF SHH

A3439 Aca (1R) Weinberg,L/Smith,R+4 Clean Elections Camp. Finan. Study Comm. REF SSG



Bills Received from Assembly/Without Reference/Given Second Reading:



S2360 ScaSaAs (AS) Palaia,J/Inverso,P+13 American flag-concerns pub. display



Bills Received from Governor/Conditional Veto:



S1480 ScaSa (2R) Cardinale,G/Cohen,N Check Cashers Reg Act, 1993-modify prov.

S1705 Rice,R/Turner,S Crimes-loc. housing auth. report



Bills Withdrawn From The Files:



S2658 Coniglio,J Child prot. svcs.-restructures FROM SHH



Co-Sponsors Added:



S481 (Gill,N)

S483 Sca (1R) (Gill,N; Sarlo,P)

S898 Sca (1R) (Kean,T)

S1028 (Adler,J)

S1075 (Turner,S)

S1112 Sca (1R) (Bucco,A)

S1187 (Bark,M)

S1234 (Lance,L)

S1303 (Kean,T; Gormley,W)

S1853 (Gill,N)

S1924 (Baer,B)

S1965 (Gill,N)

S2001 (Kean,T)

S2093 (Vitale,J)

S2133 (Allen,D)

S2134 (Allen,D)

S2135 (Allen,D)

S2136 (Allen,D)

S2137 (Allen,D)

S2138 (Allen,D)

S2309 Sa (1R) (Bucco,A)

S2366 Scs (SCS) (Ciesla,A)

S2367 ScsAa (SCS/1R) (Bucco,A)

S2457 (Sweeney,S)

S2476 (Bucco,A)

S2510 (Cardinale,G)

S2523 (Coniglio,J)

S2540 (Adler,J; Coniglio,J)

S2541 (Coniglio,J)

S2553 (Cafiero,J)

S2557 (Ciesla,A)

Co-Sponsors Added: (cont'd)



S2567 (Sweeney,S)

S2609 (Baer,B)

S2611 (Baer,B; Allen,D)

S2625 (Bucco,A)

S2646 (Connors,L; Geist,G; Ciesla,A)

S2647 (Bucco,A)

S2688 (Sweeney,S)

S2694 (Turner,S)

S2710 (Turner,S; Vitale,J)

S2727 (James,S)

S2741 (Allen,D)

S2752 (Coniglio,J; Rice,R; Buono,B; Vitale,J; Girgenti,J; Sarlo,P; Cafiero,J; Gill,N; Suliga,J)

SCR79 (Coniglio,J)

SCR102 (McNamara,H)



Co-Sponsors Withdrawn:



S2013 (Allen,D)



Co-Prime Sponsors Added:



S565 (Adler,J)

S994 (Geist,G)

S1487 (Connors,L)

S1665 (Turner,S)

S1712 (Gill,N)

S1756 (Kyrillos,J)

S2019 (Martin,R)

S2273 (Kyrillos,J)

S2378 Scs (SCS) (Cafiero,J)

S2445 (Bucco,A)

S2513 (Kyrillos,J)

S2539 (Adler,J)

S2559 (Gill,N)

S2625 (Gill,N)

S2641 (Lesniak,R)

S2657 (Sarlo,P)

S2660 (Sweeney,S)

S2717 (Adler,J)

SJR51 (Palaia,J)



The Senate President has made the following appointments:



*Effective July 15, 2003



Governor's Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS and Related Blood-Borne Pathogen:



Senator Joseph Vitale (19).



*Effective July 22, 2003



New Jersey Commission on Programs for Gifted Children:



Senator Shirley Turner (15).













The Senate President has made the following appointments: (cont'd)



*Effective November 14, 2003



Public Officers Salary Review Commission:



C. Richard Kamin, of Flanders, to replace Richard F. Schaub.

Michael Critchley, of West Orange.



*Effective November 24, 2003



Senate Labor Committee:



Senator L. Harvey Smith (31), to replace Senator Joseph Charles, resigned.



Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee:



Senator L. Harvey Smith (31), to replace Senator Joseph Charles, resigned.



The Senate adjourned at 6:21 P.M. to meet again on Thursday, December 4, 2003 (QUORUM, Committee Groups "3" and "4" scheduled to meet).



ASSEMBLY ACTION



The Assembly did not meet. The Assembly will meet on Thursday, December 11, 2003 (QUORUM, Committees at the Call of the Assembly Speaker).

Bills Passed Both Houses/Sent To Governor:



None



Bills Signed Into Law Since Last Session (6/30/2003):



P.L.2003, c.125. S2402 ScaAcaAa w/GR (4R) Kenny,B/Kyrillos,J+1 07/09/2003 Long Term Tax Exemp. Law-makes changes

P.L.2003, c.126. A3419 Aa (1R) Doria,J/Friscia,A+23 07/10/2003 Sch. emp.-concern collective negotiation

P.L.2003, c.127. A2638 AcaAca (2R) Sires,A/Doria,J+9 07/14/2003 Early retir. benf.-PERS cert. emp.

P.L.2003, c.128. A2639 AcaAca (2R) Sires,A/Doria,J+11 07/14/2003 Early retir. benf.-co., coll. & mun. emp

P.L.2003, c.129. A2640 AcaAca (2R) Sires,A/Doria,J+10 07/14/2003 Early retir. benf.-PERS, TPAF sch. emp.

P.L.2003, c.130. A3530 Aca (1R) Sires,A/Doria,J+5 07/14/2003 PFRS-addl. retir. benf.

P.L.2003, c.131. A3527 AcaSa (2R) Guear,G/Wisniewski,J+8 07/15/2003 Hwy. safety-outlines improvement prog.

P.L.2003, c.132. A2428 AcaAca (2R) Previte,M/Edwards,W+17 07/17/2003 Statewide Tuition Waiver Prog.-creates

P.L.2003, c.133. S919 ScsSaAca (SCS/2R) Vitale,J/Matheussen,J 07/24/2003 Accredited Med Sch Clinical Clerkship

P.L.2003, c.134. S2620 McNamara,H/Lance,L+19 07/30/2003 Hist. preserv. projects, cert.;6.036M

P.L.2003, c.135. S2638 Sarlo,P/Sires,A+3 07/30/2003 Hist. preserv. projects, cert.;$5.291M

P.L.2003, c.136. S704 Sca (1R) Lance,L/Greenwald,L+5 08/01/2003 Rentals between cert bus-exemp sales tax

P.L.2003, c.137. S1143 Sca (1R) Allen,D/Buono,B+5 08/01/2003 Sexual assualt victim-concerns

P.L.2003, c.138. S2082 Smith,B/Martin,R 08/01/2003 Powers of attorney-concerns

P.L.2003, c.139. A2917 Sarlo,P/Impreveduto,A+12 08/01/2003 Fed. law enforcement off.-concerns

P.L.2003, c.140. A2872 Cohen,N/Kean,T+4 08/01/2003 Co prosecutors-credits PERS svc.

P.L.2003, c.141. A3565 Sires,A/Wisniewski,J+35 08/01/2003 Natl. Guard, active-per diem base pay

P.L.2003, c.142. A3567 Greenstein,L/Burzichelli,J+34 08/01/2003 Natl. Guard, active-St.-paid health benf

P.L.2003, c.143. S1644 ScaSa (2R) Sweeney,S/Matheussen,J+7 08/05/2003 Driving while fatigued-recklessness

P.L.2003, c.144. A2601 AcaAcaSca (3R) Weinberg,L/Ahearn,M+32 08/06/2003 Autism Med. Research & Treatment Fd.

P.L.2003, c.145. S1750 Codey,R 08/08/2003 Criminal Code provisions-amends

P.L.2003, c.146. S235 Scs (SCS) Suliga,J/McNamara,H+2 08/15/2003 Dredged material-auth. beneficial reuse

P.L.2003, c.147. S1690 Connors,L/Bucco,A+1 08/15/2003 Law enforcement, cert.-expands powers

P.L.2003, c.148. S1948 ScsAcaAca (SCS/2R) McNamara,H/Suliga,J+16 08/15/2003 Underground storage tank

finan-concerns

Bills Signed Into Law Since Last Session (6/30/2003): (cont'd)



P.L.2003, c.149. S2304 Sca (1R) Turner,S/Inverso,P+1 08/15/2003 Trenton War Memorial-promote prog.

P.L.2003, c.150. A2329 AcaScs (SCS) Greenwald,L/McKeon,J+1 08/15/2003 Loc. pub. contracts law-cert. exceptions

P.L.2003, c.151. S2338 Sa (1R) Bark,M/Guear,G 08/15/2003 Horse racing industry-cert. changes

P.L.2003, c.152. A3191 AcaSca (2R) Impreveduto,A/Bateman,C+2 08/15/2003 Individual deferred annuities-concerns

P.L.2003, c.153. A3319 AcaAa (2R) Cohen,N/Bateman,C+5 08/15/2003 Insur. producers, cert.-concerns

P.L.2003, c.154. A3355 Cohen,N/Bateman,C+2 08/15/2003 Dental svc. corp.-experience rating

P.L.2003, c.155. A3385 Doria,J/Perez-Cinciarelli,E+11 08/15/2003 Deferred comp plans, sch bd emp-allows

P.L.2003, c.156. A3510 Barnes,P/Diegnan,P+13 08/15/2003 Sexually viol. predators-devel. regs.

P.L.2003, c.157. A3648 AcaAa (2R) Gusciora,R/Chivukula,U+2 08/15/2003 Standard Industrial Class. Sys.-replace

P.L.2003, c.158. A3746 Sires,A/Impreveduto,A+3 08/15/2003 Env. infrastructure proj.-approp. fds.

P.L.2003, c.159. A3747 Green,J/Pou,N+3 08/15/2003 Env. infrastructure proj.-concerns loans

P.L.2003, c.160. S1443 Coniglio,J/Sires,A 08/20/2003 Ethical Standards Exec. Comm.-incr memb.

P.L.2003, c.161. S2076 Buono,B/Vitale,J+5 08/22/2003 Handicapped parking spaces-incr. fine

P.L.2003, c.162. S2182 Sa (1R) Bucco,A/Littell,R+5 08/22/2003 Dam/Lake Wastewater Treatment;$200M bond

P.L.2003, c.163. A3318 AcaSca (2R) Cohen,N/Bateman,C 08/22/2003 Small emp. health benf.-concerns

P.L.2003, c.164 S1868 ScaSaAca (3R) Cafiero,J/Matheussen,J+48 08/27/2003 DUI arrestees-hold in protective custody

P.L.2003, c.165. S493 Vitale,J/Matheussen,J+8 08/31/2003 St-owned vet resid fac.-sales tax exemp.

P.L.2003, c.166. A3705 AcsAa (ACS/1R) Sires,A/Guear,G+6 09/02/2003 Bus. Emp. Incentive Prog.-concerns

P.L.2003, c.167. S357 Kenny,B/Charles,J+1 09/03/2003 Retir sys, cert cities-changes loan rate

P.L.2003, c.168. S1453 Sca (1R) Connors,L/Sweeney,S+2 09/03/2003 Nuclear plant guards-possess firearms

P.L.2003, c.169. S2354 Scs (SCS) Suliga,J/Ciesla,A 09/03/2003 Commercial Landfill Reg. Reform Act

P.L.2003, c.170. S2591 ScsSs (SS) Bucco,A/Carroll,M+4 09/03/2003 MV key-concerns reproduction

P.L.2003, c.171. S581 Sca (1R) Codey,R/Kyrillos,J+2 09/04/2003 Crane operators, cert.-prov. licensure

P.L.2003, c.172. A3424 Aa (1R) Watson Coleman,B/Smith,R+6 09/04/2003 Higher ed. faculty, cert.-purch. SHBP

P.L.2003, c.173. S1558 SaAaAa (3R) Girgenti,J/Bucco,A+10 09/09/2003 Co. investigators-concerns

P.L.2003, c.174. S1202 ScaAca (2R) Buono,B/Smith,R+6 09/10/2003 Mercury advis.-notify pregnant women

P.L.2003, c.175. S1550 Scs (SCS) Buono,B/Suliga,J+4 09/10/2003 Co. id cards-concerns

P.L.2003, c.176. S2379 Gill,N/Smith,R+2 09/10/2003 Organic farming-concerns

P.L.2003, c.177. S643 SaAa (2R) Inverso,P/Turner,S+6 09/12/2003 Serious crime-full cash bail req.

P.L.2003, c.178. S1781 Rice,R/Conners,J 09/12/2003 Govt. Unit Prot. Act-eligible collateral

P.L.2003, c.179. A2964 Cohen,N/Impreveduto,A+1 09/12/2003 Surplus lines insurers-dereg policy form

P.L.2003, c.180. A3774 Weinberg,L/Johnson,G+5 09/12/2003 Law Against Discrim.-amends

P.L.2003, c.181. S1434 ScaSca (2R) Sweeney,S/Smith,B+13 09/12/2003 PFRS-concerning death benf.

P.L.2003, c.182. A3423 AcaAa (2R) Greenwald,L/Impreveduto,A+16 09/15/2003 Film Production Asst. Prog.-estab.

P.L.2003, c.183. A2617 AcaAcaScaAa (4R) Johnson,G/Conaway,H+23 09/22/2003 DNA testing-concerns

P.L.2003, c.184. A3226/3290 AcsScaSa (ACS/2R) Burzichelli,J/Guear,G+19 09/25/2003 Id theft-upgrade penal.

P.L.2003, c.185. S2655 Sca (1R) Vitale,J/Buono,B+2 09/26/2003 Child abuse-concerns

P.L.2003, c.186. S2695 Sca (1R) Coniglio,J/Geist,G+28 09/26/2003 Child care fac. staff-crim. hist. check

P.L.2003, c.187. A3772/1729/1090 AcsAa (ACS/1R) Previte,M/Pou,N+40 09/26/2003 Child Advocate Office-estab.

P.L.2003, c.188. A2608 Aca (1R) McKeon,J/Ahearn,M+16 10/01/2003 Tenant security deposit laws-changes

P.L.2003, c.189. S75 ScaAcaAa (3R) Rice,R/Chivukula,U+13 10/03/2003 Minority, women's bus.-documentation req

P.L.2003, c.190. S817 Aa (1R) Girgenti,J/O'Toole,K 10/15/2003 Crim. memorabilia profits-escrow account

P.L.2003, c.191. A3458 Gregg,G/Munoz,E+22 10/26/2003 Danielle's Law

P.L.2003, c.192. S1912 ScaAca (2R) Sweeney,S/Matheussen,J+3 11/21/2003 Delaware Riv. Bay Auth-incr. tolls

P.L.2003, c.193. S2275 Scs (SCS) Bennett,J/Codey,R+8 11/21/2003 Mandated Health Benf. Advis. Comm.

P.L.2003, c.194. S2336 Sca (1R) Bryant,W/Bark,M 11/21/2003 Mun. rehab.-econ. devel. incentives

P.L.2003, c.195. S2738 Sca (1R) Kavanaugh,W/Sires,A 11/21/2003 Tobacco Settlement Agreement-concerns