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150325Cruz

Plan to Reduce Pollution Worries Some Residents

3-25-15
Those living in the Greenville section of Jersey City say a plan to reduce truck pollution will bring environmental dangers to their neighborhood.
Assemblywoman Grace Spencer

Plans to Divvy Up State’s Open-Space Funds Continue to Raise a Clamor

3-23-15
There’s the Assembly proposal, the Senate plan and the administration’s approach -- none of which satisfy all interested parties.
150320Brenda

Controversy Over South Plainfield Superfund Site Cleanup

3-20-15
Some are criticizing a $22 million settlement to clean up a Superfund site in South Plainfield, saying the full cleanup will cost much more.
150320Orton

Film Festival Puts Environment in the Forefront

3-20-15
The Princeton Public Library is hosting its ninth annual Princeton Environmental Film Festival, highlighting environmental issues.
150319Brenda

Judiciary Committee Hears Criticism of Exxon Settlement

3-19-15
The Assembly Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the Exxon settlement.
150319Sturm

NJ Future Senior Director: Upgrading Infrastructure to Keep Sewage Out of Waterways Will Take Time

3-19-15
NJ Future Senior Director of State Policy Chris Sturm says that new permits give sewer treatment utilities three to five years to adopt a plan and specify how they plan to get combined sewer overflows under control.
150316Hill

All About Owls

3-16-15
There are eight species of owls in New Jersey. They hear and fly in ways different from other birds.
150313Flanagan

Residents Blast Exxon Settlement

3-13-15
Those living near the sites ExxonMobil contaminated say the settlement reached with the company doesn't make it pay enough for cleanup.
150312Wanko

Making Maple Syrup in New Jersey

3-12-15
Students learn the technique of making maple syrup at Howell Living History Farm during maple sugaring season, which ends in late March.
1940

Environmentalists Campaign by Bus Ahead of Pinelands Commission Vote

3-12-15
Conservationists hit the road to visit five New Jersey senators still believed to be undecided about the controversial Barr nomination.