N.J. Admin. Code § 7:45-3.3 - Pre-application conferences

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

(a) At any time before applying for an individual approval, an applicant may submit preliminary planning documents and may request a pre-application conference to discuss the project with the Commission staff. The purpose of this submission or conference is to enable the applicant to plan economically for conformity with the Master Plan and its policies and standards, and those of this chapter. No requirements are imposed by this chapter as to plans, documents, or data to be submitted or presented for discussion at a pre-application conference. However, this chapter contains a list of materials and data required as part of any application for review of each specific impact. It is advisable that the applicant provide the Commission with as much of this information as practicable for the pre-application conference.
(b) A report on the pre-application submission or conference shall be prepared by the Commission staff if requested by the applicant, and shall include:
1. A summary of the strengths and weaknesses of the project as related to the policies and standards of the Master Plan and this chapter; and
2. A recommendation to the applicant and the municipal approving agency.
(c) The Commission's recommendation shall, upon completion, be mailed to the applicant and the municipal approving agency.
(d) Comments, findings, conclusions, and recommendations of the Commission's staff report are for guidance only and shall not be binding upon the applicant or the Commission.

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N.J. Admin. Code § 7:45-3.3

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