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Andrzejczak and Land Bill Designed to Assist Black Sea Bass and Flounder Fishermen Clears Assembly Panel

In an effort to benefit commercial fishing operations, Assemblymen Bob Andrzejczak and Bruce Land have sponsored legislation permitting commercial fishing vessels to possess more than the daily trip limit of black sea bass and summer flounder under certain conditions. The bill was advanced Thursday by the Assembly Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee.

“It is not right to limit the amount of black sea bass and summer flounder commercial fishing boats can possess, so long as they are fished in a sustainable way,” said Andrzejczak (D-Atlantic/Cape May/Cumberland). “As long as fishermen respect our environment and the fish they catch, we should not limit how our residents can make a living.”

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Andrzejczak and Land Bill Allowing County Fire Coordinators to Display Emergency Warning Lights on Vehicles Clears Assembly Panel

In an effort to further recognize the importance of county and deputy county fire coordinators, Assemblymen Bob Andrzejcak and Bruce Land have sponsored legislation authorizing these individuals to operate emergency warning lights if certain conditions are met. This bill was advanced through the Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee Monday.

“It is incredibly important to give these courageous people the credit and recognition they deserve,” said Andrzejcak (D-Atlantic/Cape May/Cumberland.) “County and deputy county fire coordinators are often some of the first responders to a fire and providing them with lights will allow them to better do their jobs and respond even more quickly than they currently do.”

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