In the News

N.J. Clean Water Rules in Jeopardy as Environmentalists and Developers Battle over Lame-Duck Bill

The Star-Ledger

December 18, 2011

“Developers and New Jersey’s leading environmental groups are waging a high-stakes battle over a bill that would delay and, in some cases, circumvent protections for the state’s clean drinking water supply,” according to this article. “Ted Zangari, an attorney and director of a coalition of 30 leading business groups, said the rules limited development based on outdated maps that showed important environmental areas when, in fact, some of them don’t exist.” “When you don’t have predictability and certainty and transparency, that is a recipe for absolute paralysis,” Zangari said.