N.J. Admin. Code § 7:13-19.4 - Content and format of newspaper notice

Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022

(a) The newspaper notice pursuant to N.J.A.C. 7:13-19.3(c) shall be either a legal notice or a display advertisement in the official newspaper of the municipality in which the site is located, or if there is no official newspaper, a newspaper of general circulation in the municipality.
(b) The newspaper notice pursuant to N.J.A.C. 7:13-19.3(c) shall include all of the following:
1. The mailing address and telephone number of the Department set forth at 7:13-1.3 ;
2. The name and mailing address of the applicant;
3. The type of approval being sought;
4. A description of the proposed delineation, regulated activity, or project;
5. The street address of the site;
6. A list of each lot, block, municipality, and county within which the proposed delineation, regulated activity, or project will occur;
7. For an application for an individual permit based on a hardship exception pursuant to 7:13-15.1 :
i. A description of the nature of the hardship; and
ii. The citation and subject matter of each requirement in this chapter for which the hardship exception is being requested; and
8. The standard language of the form notice letter available from the Department website as set forth at 7:13-1.3 .
i. The form notice letter explains that: an application will be submitted to the Department for the specific delineation, regulated activity, or project as identified pursuant to (b)4 through 7 above; a complete copy of the application is available to be reviewed at either the municipal clerk's office or by appointment at the Department's Trenton Office; and comments or information on the proposed delineation, regulated activity, or project and site may be submitted to the Department at the address set forth at 7:13-1.3 within 15 calendar days of the date of the notice.

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N.J. Admin. Code § 7:13-19.4
Adopted by 48 N.J.R. 1067(a), effective 6/20/2016

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