NEW JERSEY

LEGISLATIVE DIGEST



for September 23, 1999



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Vol. XI No. 30 208th Legislature Second Annual Session

SENATE ACTION (QUORUM)



Nominations Notice of Intention:



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

John F. Richardson, of Green Brook.

Audrey H.P. Blackburn, of Trenton.



Nominations Received and Referred to SJU:



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE CASINO CONTROL COMMISSION:

Lt. Col. Michael A. Fedorko, of West Trenton, to replace Leanna Brown, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE CASINO REINVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY:

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

Joseph M. Lucas, of Whitehouse Station.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE COMMISSION ON RADIATION PROTECTION:

Daniel E. Wartenberg, of Highland Park.

Alfonso Gandica, of Linwood.

Mary E. Moore, of Moorestown.

Beverly A. Good, of Atlantic Highlands.

Julie Ellen Kelter Timins, M.D., of Morristown, to replace Henry J. Powsner, M.D.

Edward G. Moss, M.D., of Cherry Hill.

Robert P. Douglas, of Wyckoff, to replace Pell J. White.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE:

Francesco A. Musorrafiti, of Atlantic Highlands.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DELAWARE RIVER PORT AUTHORITY:

Michael H. Facemyer, of Pilesgrove, to replace David W. Huggins, deceased.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION BOARD:

Gregory G. Marks, of Elwood.

Joseph J. Mania, III, Esq., of Readington.

Pamela S. Friedman, Esq., of Watchung.



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

Michael G. Morris, of Stanton, to replace Robert M. Purcell, Jr., Esq.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE INTERSTATE SANITATION COMMISSION:

Frank A. Pecci, of Barnegat.



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

Sister Rose Thering, O.P., Ph.D., of West Orange.

Barbara Sobel, of Short Hills, to replace Amelia Irizarry de Voorsanger.







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



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MEADOWLANDS CONSERVATION TRUST BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Abigail H. Fair, of Green Village.

Mark G. Becker, of Westwood.

Richard Kane, of Bernardsville.

William S. McChesney, Jr., of New Vernon.



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

Douglas L. Kennedy, of Mountain Lakes.

Rose C. Cali, of Montclair.

Robert A. Altman, Ph.D., of Princeton.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MOTION PICTURE AND TELEVISION DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION:

Clarence C. Lilley, of Newark.

Michael W. Proscia, of North Bergen.

Michael Uslan, of Cedar Grove.

Celeste Holm, of Port Murray.



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

Marguerite M. Merritt, of Rocky Hill, to replace S. Maud Atwood, Esq., resigned.

Rosanna Dovgala, of West Trenton, to replace Cheryl J. Tice, resigned.

Barbara Albu Lehman, of Skillman, to replace Iris Quinones, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AUTHORITY:

Richard J. Blank, Jr., of Rumson, to replace Rich L. Miller.



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

Vincent DeCaprio, Ph.D., of Mountain Lakes.

Hamilton V. Bowser, Sr., of Montclair.



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

Donald J. Buchanan, of Medford.

Ellen M. Sandman, of Denville, to replace Robert Eugene Boose, Ed.D., retired.

John F. Ricci, of Hamilton.



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

Vaughan Michael Reale, of Margate.



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

Candace L. Straight, of Bloomfield.

Ronald J. Burton, of Montclair.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY TRANSIT CORPORATION:

Myron P. Shevell, of Long Branch.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NORTH JERSEY TRANSIT CORPORATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE:

Ronald P. Monaco, of Whitehouse Station.

Suzanne T. Mack-Magro, of Jersey City.

Margaret E. Harden, of Newark.

William R. Wright, of Cranford.

Audrey S. Wilson, of Randolph.

Michael DeCicco, of Raritan.



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

Gail P. Brady, of Verona.



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

Keith S. Campbell, of Salem.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE SOUTH JERSEY PORT CORPORATION:

John A. Rogale, of Glassboro, to replace Val Orsimarsi, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE PLANNING COMMISSION:

David B. Fisher, of Manasquan, to replace Lisa Scarinci.



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

Constance S. Flanagan, of Sparta.





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



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

Marsha Nagelberg, of Basking Ridge, to replace Michael S. Badin, M.D.

Eric S. Mitchell, of Newark.

Arnold Derman, M.D., of Metuchen.



TO BE THE DIRECTOR OF THE DIVISION OF BANKING AND ACCOUNTING:

Charlene M. Holzbaur, of Burlington, to fill vacancy of Elizabeth Pugh.



TO BE THE DIRECTOR OF THE DIVISION OF BANKING:

Nicholas J. Ketcha, Jr., of Princeton Junction.



TO BE THE DIRECTOR OF THE DIVISION OF INSURANCE:

Donald Bryan, Esq., of Burlington.



TO BE THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE JUVENILE JUSTICE COMMISSION:

Bruce D. Stout, Ph.D., of Lambertville, to replace Paul Donnelly, resigned.



TO BE THE STATE TREASURER:

Roland M. Machold, of Princeton.



TO BE THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE STATE POLICE:

Carson J. Dunbar, Jr., of Ramsey.



Nominations Withdrawn:



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE PLANNING COMMISSION:

David B. Barry, Esq., of Jersey City, to replace Lisa Scarinci.



Bills Introduced/Without Reference/Given Second Reading:



S2105 Robertson,N The Sr. Cit. Fraudulent Claims Act

S2129 Vitale,J/Sinagra,J Hepatitis B immunization-req. for sch.



Bills Introduced:



S2066 Adler,J Ballots, provisional-concerns REF SGB

S2067 Sacco,N/Kosco,L+1 Juv. detention fac., co.-buffer zone req REF SLP

S2068 Cardinale,G/Littell,R+3 Electric Discount/Energy Act-revise REF SEG

S2069 Singer,R/Bark,M Osteoporosis Prev./Ed. grants;$300K REF SSV

S2070 Bucco,A/Kavanaugh,W+2 Abortion funding-concerns REF SHH

S2071 Inverso,P/Littell,R+2 Corrections off.-hire addl.;$3.894M REF SLP

S2072 Gormley,W Simulcast horse races-casino pymt. REF SEG

S2073 Bucco,A/Kavanaugh,W Child custody-concerns REF SWF

S2074 Turner,S Firearms safety awareness-elementary sch REF SED

S2075 Kavanaugh,W/McNamara,H+1 Wage collection-agreement with other st. REF SCM

S2076 Kosco,L/Martin,R Jointure comm.-revises/reenacts statutes REF SED

S2077 Sinagra,J Nonprofit corp. conversion-pub hearing REF SHH

S2078 Inverso,P/Littell,R St. budget FY 2000-amends REF SEN

S2079 Kyrillos,J Post-Viability Abortion Ban Act REF SHH

S2080 Allen,D/Bucco,A Life jackets-exemp., sales & use tax REF SBA

S2081 Bucco,A Water pollution penal., cert.-DEP reduce REF SEN

S2082 Bucco,A/Allen,D Helmets, recreational safety-exemp tax REF SBA

S2083 Allen,D/Kosco,L+1 PFRS-SPRS Parity Study Comm.;$10K REF SGB

S2084 Kavanaugh,W/Bassano,C Truck dimensions/weight restrict-concern REF STR

S2085 Singer,R/Connors,L Soil health study, Ocean Co.;$1.5M REF SEN

S2086 Connors,L Dock constr./alteration-auth loc. review REF SEN

S2087 Connors,L Farmland, pineland area-appraisals REF SEG

S2088 Littell,R/Bucco,A+6 Lake/Dam Restoration Bond Act, 1999 REF SEN

S2089 Bennett,J/Inverso,P S corp. shareholder basis-concerns REF SCM

S2090 Ciesla,A/Martin,R NJ SAVER rebates-removes elig. restrict REF SBA

S2091 Matheussen,J Dental plan org.-concerns cert benf. REF SHH







Bills Introduced: (cont'd)



S2092 Vitale,J Drunk driv.-incr. addl. penal. REF SLP

S2093 Vitale,J/O'Connor,E Abbott dist. desig.-pub. sch. funding REF SED

SCR129 Ciesla,A/Connors,L+1 Medicare benf, prescription costs-leg. REF SHH

SCR133 Gormley,W CAFRA rules-not leg. intent REF SLO

SJR58 Martin,R/Matheussen,J NJ Cares about Children w/Cancer Mo-Sept REF SWF

SR102 Matheussen,J Post-conviction review procedure-concern REF SJU



Bills Referred/SBA:



A2786 Smith,T/Friscia,A+7 Domestic viol. training-clarify req.

A2795 Aca (1R) Heck,R/O'Toole,K+9 Domestic Viol. Victims' Fd.-estab.

S611 Turner,S Parenting for All Parents Pilot Prog.

S1655 Palaia,J/Turner,S Domestic viol. training-clarify req.

S1663 Sca (1R) Allen,D/O'Connor,E+15 Domestic Viol. Victims' Fd.-estab.

S1848 Sca (1R) Connors,L Traffic control signals-DOT bear cost

S2010 Zane,R/Cafiero,J Sr. cit.-extend reduced bus fare prog.



Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:



A194 AcaAaSca (3R) Geist,G/Luongo,G+1 Drug Abuse Ed. Fd.-estab. REP/SCA

A388 AcsSca (ACS/1R) Moran,J/Connors,C+11 Vet., Natl. Guard assn.-sales tax exemp. REP/SCA

A1016/1502 Acs (ACS) Zisa,C/Blee,F+2 Bicycle laws, cert.-police exemp. REP

A1109 AcaSca (2R) Azzolina,J/Luongo,G+5 Domestic viol. central registry-estab. REP/SCA

A1653 AcaSca (2R) Kelly,J/Cohen,N+2 Health wellness exam.-insur. cover;$95K REP

A2483 Aca (1R) Wolfe,D/Malone,J Higher ed. proj.;$615,250 REP

A2592/3003 Acs (ACS) Thompson,S/Augustine,A+4 Computer problems, yr. 2000-emerg approp REP

A2785 Aca (1R) Heck,R/Asselta,N+6 Domestic viol. offender-fingerprinting REP

A2786 Smith,T/Friscia,A+7 Domestic viol. training-clarify req. REP

A2795 Aca (1R) Heck,R/O'Toole,K+9 Domestic Viol. Victims' Fd.-estab. REP

A2826 Acs (ACS) Holzapfel,J/Kramer,P+19 Handgun sale-trigger locking device req. REP

S222 Sca (1R) Cardinale,G Health wellness exam.-insur. cover;$95K REP

S611 Turner,S Parenting for All Parents Pilot Prog. REP

S905 Zane,R Lic plates, personalized-allow duplicate REP

S920 ScaSca (2R) Matheussen,J/Ciesla,A+5 Drug Abuse Ed. Fd.-estab. REP/SCA

S949 ScsSca (SCS/1R) Bryant,W/Gormley,W Body Armor Replacement fd.-concerns REP/SCA

S1257 Cafiero,J/Kavanaugh,W+1 Peacekeeping operation-extend cert benf. REP

S1345 Scs (SCS) Furnari,G/Bucco,A+2 Handicapped person-estab min. regis fees REP/SCS

S1383 ScsSca (SCS/1R) Connors,L/Singer,R+4 Vet., Natl. Guard assn.-sales tax exemp. REP/SCA

S1538 Sca (1R) Cardinale,G+1 Police, cert. out-of-st.-carry handguns REP/SCA

S1572 Bryant,W+1 Child support-health insur. coverage REP

S1586 Cardinale,G/Kosco,L Law enforce. off., cert.-carry firearm REP

S1617 Connors,L/Bassano,C+2 Alco. served to minor, priv. prop.-proh. REP

S1631 Sca (1R) Bucco,A/Girgenti,J Fire detection equip.-exempt sales taxes REP

S1652 Kosco,L/Bennett,J Firearm-domestic viol. restraining order REP

S1655 Palaia,J/Turner,S Domestic viol. training-clarify req. REP

S1656 Sca (1R) Allen,D/Bennett,J+1 Domestic viol. offender-fingerprinting REP/SCA

S1663 Sca (1R) Allen,D/O'Connor,E+15 Domestic Viol. Victims' Fd.-estab. REP/SCA

S1686 Scs (SCS) Ciesla,A Handgun sale-trigger locking device req. REP/SCS

S1784 Sca (1R) Singer,R/Furnari,G Driv. sch, cert-enhance responsibilities REP/SCA

S1825 Scs (SCS) Littell,R/Zane,R Farming process-exemp. sales tax REP

S1838 Scs (SCS) Allen,D/Inverso,P WWII Vet.-creates reg. plate REP/SCS

S1848 Sca (1R) Connors,L Traffic control signals-DOT bear cost REP/SCA

S1898 McNamara,H/Robertson,N Botanical Garden-estab. lic. plate REP

S1989 Martin,R Higher ed. proj.;$615,250 REP

S1992 Sca (1R) Kosco,L+1 Inmate furlough-drug/alco. test req. REP/SCA

S1993 Sca (1R) Kosco,L/Robertson,N+1 Inmates-drug/alco. test prior to parole REP/SCA

S2010 Zane,R/Cafiero,J Sr. cit.-extend reduced bus fare prog. REP

S2047 Scs (SCS) Allen,D/Bryant,W Camden Iron and Metal, Inc.;$2.5M REP/SCS

S2077 Sca (1R) Sinagra,J Nonprofit corp. conversion-pub hearing REP/SCA

S2095 Sinagra,J/Matheussen,J+4 HMO-concerns regulation REP

SR72 Bassano,C Medicaid/NJ KidCare, reduce-rescind reg. REP







Bills Received from Governor/Conditional Veto:



S235 ScaAa (2R) Cafiero,J+2 Mortgages of record, cancellation-req.

S912 Aca (1R) Palaia,J/Bark,M+2 Fire marshal, co.-auth. cert. changes

S1220 ScsSca (SCS/1R) Lipman,W/Palaia,J+20 At-Risk Youth Mentoring Prog.;$750K

S1492 Sca (1R) Sinagra,J/Bassano,C+9 Physician-Dentist Fellowship Ed Prog;$5M

S2008 Sca (1R) Allen,D+1 Second Injury Fd.-reduces surcharges



Bills Transferred:



S2011 Zane,R PAAD prog., rebates-modify budget FROM SSV TO SBA



Co-Sponsors Added:



S503 Sca (1R) (McNamara,H)

S564 (Allen,D)

S915 (Allen,D)

S1487 (Matheussen,J)

S1572 (Allen,D)

S1573 (Gormley,W)

S1603/297 ScsSca (SCS/1R) (Allen,D)

S1656 Sca (1R) (Matheussen,J)

S1663 Sca (1R) (Matheussen,J)

S1690 (Vitale,J)

S1741 (Inverso,P)

S1781 (Bucco,A)

S1814 (Adler,J)

S1826 (Bucco,A)

S1869 (Inverso,P)

S1906 (Bucco,A)

S1918 (Bucco,A)

S1992 Sca (1R) (Bucco,A)

S1993 Sca (1R) (Bucco,A)

S2007 (Allen,D)

S2064 (Connors,L; Kenny,B; Littell,R; Cafiero,J; Kyrillos,J; Inverso,P; Bassano,C; Kavanaugh,W)

S2067 (Baer,B)

S2068 (Connors,L; Singer,R)

S2070 (Littell,R; Cardinale,G)

S2071 (Kyrillos,J; Bucco,A)

S2075 (Singer,R)

S2083 (Cafiero,J)

S2088 (Kyrillos,J; Inverso,P; Kavanaugh,W; McNamara,H; Kenny,B; Bennett,J)

S2094 (Inverso,P)

SCR129 (Cafiero,J)

SR91 (Inverso,P)

SR99 (Bucco,A)



Co-Prime Sponsors Added:



S610 Sca (1R) (Bucco,A)

S1395 Sca (1R) (Bucco,A)

S1883 (Bucco,A)

S2010 (Cafiero,J)



The Senate President has made the following appointments:



*Effective August 10, 1999



Regional Intergovernmental Transportation Coordinating Study Commission:



Senator Andrew R. Ciesla (10)



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



*Effective August 30, 1999



Garden State Preservation Trust:



Christopher J. Daggett, of Somerset.

Therese Crowley, of Port Liberte.



*Effective August 31, 1999



New Jersey Fire Safety Commission:



David Aron, of Oaklyn.

Frederick Collender, of Trenton.

Daniel DeTrolio, of West Orange.

Pasquale Intindola, of Nutley.

Gerard Naylis, of Bergenfield.



*Effective September 8, 1999



Senate Community & Urban Affairs Committee:



Senator Sharpe James (29)



Senate Senior Citizens',Veterans Affairs and Human Services Committee:



Senator Sharpe James (29)



*Effective September 17, 1999



Governor's Advisory Council on Aids:



Senator Joseph Vitale (19), to replace Senator Wynona Lipman (29)



Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect:



Senator Shirley Turner (15), to replace Senator Wynona Lipman (29)



Task Force on the Affordability and Accessibility of Health Care in New Jersey:



Senator Jack Sinagra (18)

Senator Joseph Vitale (19)





The Senate President has made the following re-appointments:



*Effective July 15, 1999



Dredging Project Facilitation Task Force:



James A. Capo, of Sea Bright.



*Effective August 25, 1999



Governor's Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse:



Neil Van Ness, of Totowa.







Note to the June 17, 1999 Legislative Digest:



Co-Prime Sponsor Added:



S1462 (Gormley,W)



Note to the July 1, 1999 Legislative Digest:



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



A664/1110/ 1786/2642 Acs (ACS) Azzolina,J/Gibson,J+52 Vet. prop. tax deduct.-incr. *NOT R/S REF SSV*



The Senate adjourned at 6:30 P.M to meet on Monday, September 27, 1999 (QUORUM, Committee Groups "1" and "2" schedule to meet).





ASSEMBLY ACTION



The Assembly did not meet. The Assembly will meet at a time and date to be announced.



Bills Passed Both Houses/Sent To Governor:



None



Bills Signed Into Law Since Last Session (7/1/99):



P.L.1999, c.156. A3320 Aa (1R) O'Toole,K/Blee,F+10 07/01/1999 Special mun. aid-concerns

P.L.1999, c.157. A2964 AaSca (2R) Bagger,R/Weingarten,J+1 07/02/1999 Structured Finan. Act

P.L.1999, c.158. A1975 AcaScs (SCS) Bagger,R/Blee,F+5 07/07/1999 Partnership for a Drug Free NJ;$700K

P.L.1999, c.159. A2804 w/GR (1R) Bateman,C/Weingarten,J+2 07/08/1999 Trust Modernization Act of 1999-enact

P.L.1999, c.160. A994 AsSa w/GR (AS/2R) LeFevre,K/Cohen,N+8 07/08/1999 Street gang activity-estab. penal.

P.L.1999, c.161. A1709 AaAa (2R) Bagger,R+4 07/10/1999 Life jackets-children 12 & under

P.L.1999, c.162. S1696 Gormley,W/Bryant,W+5 07/12/1999 Runners-criminalizes the use of

P.L.1999, c.163. A1768 AcaAa (2R) Myers,C/Luongo,G+6 07/13/1999 Farmland devel. easements-revise req.

P.L.1999, c.164. A2616 Aca (1R) Doria,J/DiGaetano,P+10 07/14/1999 Sewer overflow abatement proj.-$1.152M

P.L.1999, c.165. A3240 Aca (1R) Doria,J/DiGaetano,P+11 07/14/1999 Sewer overflow abatement proj;$12.968M

P.L.1999, c.166. S778 ScsAca (SCS/1R) Vitale,J/Gormley,W+9 07/15/1999 Crime victims, injured-prov. VCCB awards

P.L.1999, c.167. S1466 Palaia,J/O'Connor,E+2 07/15/1999 Sch. dist.-apportionment of cost method

P.L.1999, c.168. S10 Sca (1R) DiFrancesco,D/Robertson,N+60 07/22/1999 Mun. St. aid-inflation adjustment incr.

P.L.1999, c.169. S1659 ScaScaSa (3R) Codey,R/Vitale,J+22 07/26/1999 NJ KidCare-concerns qual.

P.L.1999, c.170. S1756 ScaSca (2R) DiFrancesco,D/Robertson,N+31 07/26/1999 NJ KidCare-prov. presumptive elig.

P.L.1999, c.171. S1757 ScaSca (2R) DiFrancesco,D/Allen,D+29 07/26/1999 NJ KidCare & sch-estab. partnership;$75K

P.L.1999, c.172. S1758 Sca (1R) Sinagra,J/DiFrancesco,D+28 07/26/1999 NJ KidCare-income elig. limit

P.L.1999, c.173. A18 Kelly,J/Doria,J+7 07/28/1999 Env. infrastructure proj.-auth. loans

P.L.1999, c.174. A19 Biondi,P/Asselta,N+12 07/28/1999 Env. infrastructure proj.-approp. fds.

P.L.1999, c.175. A20 Gibson,J/Rooney,J+7 07/28/1999 Env. Infrastructure Trust-finan. proj.

P.L.1999, c.176. S1518 Aca (1R) McNamara,H+10 08/02/1999 Water supply fac.-upgrade;$24.206M

P.L.1999, c.177. A126 Aca (1R) Holzapfel,J/Wolfe,D+98 08/03/1999 Retir. income-incr. income tax excl.

P.L.1999, c.178. A3145 Aca (1R) DiGaetano,P/Quigley,J+6 08/04/1999 Meadowlands-intermun. tax sharing

P.L.1999, c.179. A374 Aca (1R) Romano,L/Garcia,R+39 08/05/1999 Sr. & handicapped cit.-reduced bus fares

P.L.1999, c.180. A1869 AcaAaAs (AS) Myers,C+6 08/12/1999 Farmland planning grant prog.-estab.

P.L.1999, c.181. A2739 AcsSca (ACS/1R) Bodine,F/Doria,J+12 08/13/1999 Bridge Rehab. & Improv. Bond Act

P.L.1999, c.182. S827 Scs (SCS) Kosco,L+5 08/16/1999 Disab. parking-proh. snow obstruction

P.L.1999, c.183. S1771 Scs (SCS) Kavanaugh,W+3 08/16/1999 Insur. carriers-compliance reviews







Bills Signed Into Law Since Last Session (7/1/99): (cont'd)



P.L.1999, c.184. A2849 Acs (ACS) Heck,R/Lance,L+17 08/18/1999 Pub. Library Proj. Fd.;$15M

P.L.1999, c.185. S854 ScaSs (SS) Furnari,G+41 08/19/1999 Alco. driv. offenses-incr. penal.

P.L.1999, c.186. S1734 Gormley,W/Girgenti,J+4 08/19/1999 CDS by ingestion-proh.

P.L.1999, c.187. A2736 Heck,R/Lance,L+5 08/19/1999 Devel. Disab. Waiting List Fd-approp fds

P.L.1999, c.188. A3032 AcaSca (2R) DeCroce,A/Murphy,C+2 08/23/1999 Greystone prop, Morris Co.-transfers DEP

P.L.1999, c.189. S397 Sca (1R) Bennett,J+2 08/31/1999 Alco. bev. lic-US Census Bureau estimate

P.L.1999, c.190. S446 ScaAca (2R) Girgenti,J/Gormley,W+4 08/31/1999 Kidnapping-clarifies crime

P.L.1999, c.191. S697 Singer,R+5 08/31/1999 Speed limit desig., mun.-permits

P.L.1999, c.192. S906 ScsSaAca (SCS/2R) Zane,R+3 08/31/1999 Lic. plate, personalized-addl. charge

P.L.1999, c.193. S1223 ScsAca (SCS/1R) Kyrillos,J+5 08/31/1999 Prepaid funeral agreements-concerns

P.L.1999, c.194. S1249 ScaAa (2R) Littell,R/Bennett,J+10 08/31/1999 St. computer surplus-permits distrib.

P.L.1999, c.195. S1436 Ss (SS) Ciesla,A/Adler,J+17 08/31/1999 False alarms, initiating-upgrades crime

P.L.1999, c.196. A1162 Aca (1R) Smith,T/Green,J+1 08/31/1999 Rd. opening permits-co. accept bonds

P.L.1999, c.197. S651 Sca (1R) Bassano,C+1 09/08/1999 Pub. works contracts-qual. of bidders

P.L.1999, c.198. S1373 Sca (1R) Lesniak,R+4 09/08/1999 Landfill reclamation dist.-assess fees

P.L.1999, c.199. S54 ScsAca (SCS/1R) Kavanaugh,W/Martin,R+2 09/13/1999 Alimony-prov. limited duration

P.L.1999, c.200. S1092 Aca (1R) Cardinale,G+3 09/13/1999 Storm sys. map-emerg. approp. ordinance

P.L.1999, c.201. A2419 AcaAca ScsSa (SCS/1R) Felice,N/Impreveduto,A+16 09/13/1999 Spinal Cord Research Act

P.L.1999, c.202. S1958 DiFrancesco,D+3 09/14/1999 Port region, dredging proj-reduce approp

P.L.1999, c.203. S8 DiFrancesco,D/Lesniak,R+9 09/15/1999 Dredging proj.-port region;$101.3M

P.L.1999, c.204. S1425 ScsAca (SCS/1R) (LIV) DiFrancesco,D/Bennett,J+7 09/15/1999 Dredging Bond Act, various

proj;$20.732M

P.L.1999, c.205. S1926 Sca (1R) O'Connor,E/DiFrancesco,D+7 09/15/1999 Port region, dredging proj.;$27M

P.L.1999, c.206. A2639 AcaSa (2R) DiGaetano,P/Doria,J+3 09/15/1999 Longshoremen's Register-modifies

P.L.1999, c.207. A2923 Acs (ACS) Corodemus,S/Augustine,A+3 09/15/1999 Dredge materials decontamination;$20M

P.L.1999, c.208. S673 Aca (1R) Inverso,P 09/17/1999 Tax Court proceedings-adopt amendments

P.L.1999, c.209. S947 Sca (1R) Gormley,W/Bryant,W+10 09/17/1999 Death penal.-adds aggravating factor

P.L.1999, c.210. S1388 Sca (1R) Bark,M+2 09/17/1999 Tax abatements, long term-assignment

P.L.1999, c.211. S1515 Scs (SCS) Martin,R+4 09/17/1999 Life insur. viatical settlements-reg.

P.L.1999, c.212. S1959 Littell,R+2 09/17/1999 Clean water proj.;$5M

P.L.1999, c.213. S1977 (CC) Gormley,W/O'Connor,E+2 09/17/1999 Parental rights proceedings-concerns

P.L.1999, c.214. S775 ScaAca (2R) McNamara,H/Bucco,A 09/20/1999 Haz. Discharge Site Fd-revise grant qual

P.L.1999, c.215. S1925 Sca (1R) Inverso,P+6 09/20/1999 Accountants-revise lic. req.

P.L.1999, c.216. S192 AcaAs (AS) (CC) Rice,R/Tucker,D+3 09/21/1999 Prop. tax revaluations-5-yr. phase in

P.L.1999, c.217. A3078 Aca (1R) Wolfe,D/Malone,J+15 09/21/1999 Higher Ed. Capital Improvement Fd-estab

P.L.1999, c.218. S160 AcaAa (2R) Kyrillos,J/Palaia,J+3 09/22/1999 Fed. law off.-auth. to make arrests

P.L.1999, c.219. S585 Sa (1R) Kenny,B/Sacco,N+29 09/22/1999 Green Acres-fding elig. of cert. instit.

P.L.1999, c.220. S995 Lipman,W/Rice,R+5 09/22/1999 Housing proj., cert.-extends tax exemp.

P.L.1999, c.221. S1074 AcaAca (2R) Kyrillos,J/DiFrancesco,D+9 09/22/1999 Film, video industry-prov expanded exemp

P.L.1999, c.222. S1133 Aca (1R) Inverso,P/Bucco,A+19 09/22/1999 Self-emp.-deduct health insur. costs

P.L.1999, c.223. S1448 Allen,D+6 09/22/1999 Gender Parity in Labor & Ed Council;$95K

P.L.1999, c.224. S1789 ScsSa (SCS/1R) Gormley,W/Vitale,J+67 09/22/1999 Homeless Youth Act;$1M

P.L.1999, c.225. S1960 ScaAa (2R) McNamara,H/Littell,R+4 09/22/1999 Watershed moratorium-prov annual pymts

P.L.1999, c.226. A1983/S1237 AcaAcaScaScs (SCS) Blee,F/Wolfe,D+12 09/22/1999 Higher Ed. Incentive Fd. Prog.

Act;$5M

P.L.1999, JR-10. SJR10 Bucco,A/Allen,D+7 08/16/1999 Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day-December 7

P.L.1999, JR-11. AJR74 Aca (1R) Murphy,C/Luongo,G 08/30/1999 NJ Cares about Children w/Cancer Mo-Sept