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McKeon, Pinkin Bill to Help Towns Deal with Stormwater Flooding & Pollution Advances in Assembly

With over 10 percent of New Jersey’s land area covered by water-resistant surfaces, the state is particularly prone to flooding problems and pollution. Aiming to help address excess rainwater, an Assembly panel Monday advanced legislation sponsored by Assembly members John McKeon and Nancy Pinkin that would allow municipalities and counties to create stormwater utilities and management policies. “The lack of regulation and management of storm water has caused extensive problems for New Jersey,” said McKeon (D-Essex, Morris). “Rainwater run-off carries with it debris, bacteria, and chemicals which can lead to pollution of our waters and drinking water sources. Without regulation, we will continue to see a rise in pollution, flooding and property damage. This bill enables towns and counties to take the next step in stemming the problems caused by stormwater.” For More             
Assemblyman John F. McKeon Main Page