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Mazzeo, DeAngelo, Spencer, Singleton and McKeon Legislation Supporting Wind Energy Projects in NJ Clears Assembly PanelMazzeo, DeAngelo, Spencer, Singleton and McKeon Legislation Supporting Wind Energy Projects in NJ Clears Assembly Panel
(TRENTON) - An Assembly panel approved on Monday legislation sponsored by Assembly Dmeocrats Vincent Mazzeo, Wayne DeAngelo, L. Grace Spencer, Troy Singleton and John McKeon to encourage wind energy projects in New Jersey.
"Offshore wind projects can deliver real economic benefits for New Jersey, so it's important that the BPU adopt these regulations and allow our state to take full advantage of those opportunities," said Mazzeo (D-Atlantic). For More
Fuentes & DeAngelo Bill to Require Street Light Outage Response Plans Approved by Full Assembly(TRENTON) - Legislation Assembly Democrats Angel Fuentes and Wayne DeAngelo sponsored to improve public safety by requiring public utilities to prepare street light outage plans recently passed the full Assembly.
The bill (A-3739) directs every electric public utility doing business in New Jersey, upon the direction of the Board of Public Utilities, to prepare and file a street light outage plan within the utility's service territory.
"The plan is meant to provide reasonably prompt reporting of street light outages," said Fuentes (D-Camden/Gloucester). "This is a reasonable request, with today's technology, to improve public safety. This is important in our urban areas, but also of course in our suburban areas, especially amid the ongoing rash of metal theft."