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Resources by Redevelopment CategoRYPLANNINGFor help with planning and grants, and determining how the site willbe used. Note: Brownfields reuse should be integrated into localand county plans. Please contact the appropriate officials in themunicipality where the site is located as part of the planning process.NJ BUSINESS ACTION CENTER (BAC)Office for Planning AdvocacyDepartment of StateP.O. Box 820, Trenton, NJ 08625-0820Brownfields RedevelopmentInteragency Team (BRIT)contact: Gerry Scharfenberger, Director,Office for Planning Advocacyphone: 609-633-8301email: lanningThe BRIT is a resource group comprised of severalNew Jersey departments and agencies whose missionis to streamline and coordinate the brownfieldsredevelopment process for interested parties.New Jersey BrownfieldsRedevelopment Task ForceContact: Dennis Toft, ChairPhone: 609-292-3156Email: dtoft@wolffsamson.comcontact: Gerry Scharfenberger, Director,Office for Planning Advocacyphone: 609-633-8301email: lanningRecommends State brownfields policy and Statewidestrategy for promoting brownfields redevelopment andmaintains brownfields inventory.New Jersey Brownfields Resource KitOffice for Planning AdvocacyBrownfields Programcontact: Gerry Scharfenberger, Director,Office for Planning Advocacyphone: 609-633-8301email: lanningBrownfields redevelopment is a strategic driver foreconomic development and implementation of theState Plan in New Jersey. The BAC’s Brownfields Programfacilitates brownfields redevelopment, promotingcoordination among State agencies, maximizingthe impact of State brownfields resources and providinga forum for State brownfields policy. This is where theplanning, regulatory programs, financial and technicalsupport, infrastructure for redevelopment and otherState incentives come together to work with brownfieldsproject managers, municipalities and counties. TheBrownfields Redevelopment Task Force, the BrownfieldsRedevelopment Interagency Team and the State’sbrownfields inventory are managed through this office.NEW JERSEY REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY(NJRA)150 West State Street,P.O. Box 790, Trenton, NJ 08625-0790Programs and ServicesContact: Leslie Anderson, Executive DirectorPhone: 609-278-5171Email: execdir@njra.uswww.njra.usThe NJRA provides technical assistance to the 69eligible urban municipalities and serves as a facilitatorfor municipalities, community groups and developersto access State resources and information.NEW JERSEY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTAUTHORITY (EDA)36 West State StreetTrenton, NJ 08625Brownfields andContaminated Site RemediationReimbursement ProgramContact: Margie Piliere, EDA Assistant DirectorPhone: 609-858-6700 ext. 6877Email: mpiliere@njeda.comwww.njeda.comContact: Susan GreitzPhone: 609-292-5995Email: susan.greitz@treas.state.nj.us The program allows for qualified developers toobtain reimbursement of up to 75% of authorizedremediation costs incurred during theredevelopment process. Funds available for reimbursement are acquiredthrough the generation of new taxes associatedwith a completed, approved project. This includesremediation costs for landfills redevelopment.Prerequisites: Applicants first meet with representatives of EDT,DEP and Treasury to discuss their project. Prior to or in conjunction with submission of theapplication, the developer must enter into aMemorandum of Agreement (MOA) or otheroversight document with DEP for the remediationof the site, if eligible. A reimbursement request must be reviewed andcertified to Treasury by DEP.New Jersey Business Action Center—Office for Planning Advocacy PO Box 820, Trenton, NJ 08625-0820 1

PLANNINGNEW JERSEY
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITYAFFAIRS (DCA)101 South Broad StreetP.O. Box 800, Trenton, NJ 08625-0800Urban Enterprise Zone (UEZ)Contact: Peter Lijoi, Executive DirectorPhone: 609-292-1912Email: es/UEZNew Jersey’s UEZ Program revitalizes local, regionaland State economies by funding economicdevelopment projects in the designated urbanenterprise zones in the State. Funding is provided forinfrastructure improvements, economic developmentplanning, brownfields planning and remediation, andother projects that support economic revitalizationand growth.NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION(DOE)200 River View PlazaP.O. Box 500, Trenton, NJ 08625School Construction ProgramContact: Len ColnerPhone: 609-943-5926Email: ilitiesThe Department of Education works in tandem withthe New Jersey School Development Authority to carryout New Jersey’s school construction program, asauthorized by the Educational Facilities Constructionand Financing Act (EFCFA). DOE’s Office of SchoolFacilities reviews and approves both State-fundedand unfunded capital school projects: school landacquisition, closures, etc., and Long-Range FacilitiesPlans (LRFPs) for educational adequacy and fundingeligibility under EFCFA. The Office is available toprovide guidance to residential developers inestimating additional enrollment impact to DistrictLRFPs and for school districts seeking to advance aproject that may involve a brownfield site.New Jersey Brownfields Resource KitTo promote efficient energyuse and sustainabledevelopment, includinggreen building designNEW JERSEY BOARD OF PUBLIC UTILITIES(BPU)44 South Clinton AvenueTrenton, NJ 08625New Jersey’s CleanEnergy ProgramToll Free: 866-NJSMART or 866-657-6278www.njcleanenergy.comThis Statewide clean energy initiative, administered bythe NJ Board of Public Utilities, provides informationand financial incentives to help New Jersey residents,businesses and communities reduce their energy use,lower costs and protect the environment. The programis designed to transform the energy marketplacein New Jersey toward more energy-efficient andrenewable-energy technologies, including: Programs to lend technical and financialassistance to homeowners, businesses, schoolsand government organizations. Information on how to save up to 70% onsolar-power installation for residential homes,businesses and commercial and industrialfacilities. For Residential: Rebates toward the purchase ofhigh-efficiency heating, cooling and water systems;online calculators to show how you can save inyour home; and savings when you by an EnergyStar home. For Commercial: Energy-efficient equipment forheating, cooling, lighting and other measures; andloans and financing for energy-efficient projectsand renewable-energy systems. Plus much more. Learn more about New Jersey’sClean Energy Program, part of the New JerseyBoard of Public Utilities.DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTALPROTECTION (DEP)501 East State StreetP.O. Box 420, Trenton, NJ 08625-0420Office of Sustainability andGreen Energy (SAGE)Contact: Colleen Kokas, ManagerPhone: 609-633-1499Email: colleen.kokas@dep.state.nj.uswww.nj.gov/dep/sageA primary objective of SAGE is to coordinate andtranslate the Department’s independent programenvironmental goals and objectives into a coherentpackage of measures that can be implemented tocreate environmentally sustainable communities inNew Jersey. Two key focus areas of the Office arecapacity-based environmental planning andsustainable green technology and growth.NEW JERSEY STATE COUNCIL ON THE ARTSDEPARTMENT OF STATE225 West State StreetP.O. Box 306, Trenton, NJ 08625-0306Arts in Communities GrantProgram, CommunityCultural PlanningContact: Paula Stephens,Community Cultural Planning AssociatePhone: 609-292-6130Email: cessful cultural planning in communities canshape the design, spirit and goals of a community,municipality or region through its ability to createand sustain livable communities, impact economicdevelopment and increase public appreciation andparticipation in the arts. Strategically planned culturaldevelopment fosters change yet embraces tradition.Ideally, cultural plans should be incorporated intothe municipality’s overall plan for developmentand other community assessment, and development/redevelopment planning projects.New Jersey Business Action Center—Office for Planning Advocacy PO Box 820, Trenton, NJ 08625-0820 2

ENVIRONMENTALTo obtain general or specific information concerning brownfield sites,their remediation and redevelopmentDEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTALPROTECTION (DEP)501 East State StreetP.O. Box 420, Trenton, NJ 08625-0420Hazardous DischargeSite Remediation Loan andGrant ProgramContact: Timothy Bartle, ManagerPhone: 609-984-1790Email: inance/hdsrf Provides grant and loans for investigation andremediation. Applications are submitted to DEP, and uponapproval, funds are dispersed by NJEDA.Prerequisites:Private Applicants: Must have technical aspects and costproposals approved by DEP. Must meet all other applicableeligibility requirements.Municipal Applicants: Must have municipal aspects and cost proposalsapproved by DEP. Must provide proof of site control. Site must be part of a formal or informalredevelopment plan. Municipality must pass appropriateresolution accepting the grant and committingto redevelopment. Must meet all other applicableeligibility requirements.Office of Brownfield ReuseContact: Timothy Bartle, ManagerPhone: 609-984-1790Email: rownfields/obrThe Office of Brownfield Reuse oversees andfacilitates the remediation and reuse of brownfieldsites; serves as a technical resource to brownfieldstakeholders including communities, developers andother agencies; and pilots innovative approachesto improve and expedite the remediation andrevitalization process. The Brownfield Development Area (BDA) Programcoordinates planning, resource acquisition andremediation for clusters of brownfield sites witha focus on reuse. Individual BDAs are designatedthrough a highly selective application process. The Hazardous Discharge Site Remediation Fund(HDSRF) provides grants and loans to public entities(municipalities, counties and redevelopmentagencies), qualifying private parties and non-profitorganizations for the investigation and/orremediation of known or suspected contamination. The Cleanup Star Program pre-qualifiesprofessionals as “Cleanup Stars.” These CleanupStars are permitted to investigate and remediatecertain low-risk sites and areas of concern withlimited DEP oversight. Landfill Redevelopment that requires remediationpursuant to the Technical Rules for Site Remediation. The Brownfield Remediation ReimbursementProgram may provide 75% reimbursement ofremediation costs from taxes generated fromredevelopment of a brownfield site.DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTALPROTECTION (DEP)501 East State StreetP.O. Box 420, Trenton, NJ 08625-0420Petroleum UndergroundStorage Tank RemediationUpgrade and Closure ProgramContact: Don Kakas, Manager Fund ManagementPhone: 609-984-2076Email: ance/ustfundE ffective July 1, 2010, the UST Fund no longer acceptsnew Regulated UST Fund applications for previouslyknown Underground Storage Tanks. However, if aregulated tank is newly discovered, the UST Fund willaccept an application in this situation if the owner/operator files it within 18 months from the date ofdiscovery. This application deadline does not affectUnregulated UST Fund applications (which includesall residential heating oil tanks) or RegulatedSupplemental UST Fund applications.Due to insufficient funds, new applications for leakingunregulated USTs will continue to be accepted andacknowledged, but will not be reviewed or processedat this time. They shall be date stamped at the timeof receipt and held until such time as sufficientfunding becomes available. As funding becomesavailable, applications will be reviewed and processedbased on the order of receipt. In addition, effectiveMay 3, 2011, the UST Fund will no longer accept orprocess Non-Leaking UST Fund applications due toinsufficient funds.Applications are submitted to DEP, and upon approval,funds are dispersed by NJEDA.Prerequisites:Commercial Applicants: Must have technical applications and costproposals approved by DEP. Must have net worth of 2 million or less. Must submit financial statements from the lastthree years to NJEDA.*New Jersey Brownfields Resource KitNew Jersey Business Action Center—Office for Planning Advocacy PO Box 820, Trenton, NJ 08625-0820 3

ENVIRONMENTALMunicipal Applicants: Must have technical applications and costproposals approved by DEP. Must own and operate undergroundstorage tanks.*Residential Applicants: (eligible for grants or loans) Must have technical applications and costproposals approved by DEP. Underground storage tank must be leaking. Must have 250,000 or less of taxableincome and 500,000 or less net worth,excluding primary residence and traditionalretirement accounts.**Must meet all other applicableeligibility requirements.To review permitrequirements for variousreuse options and toestablish a permitting teamDEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTALPROTECTION (DEP)501 East State StreetP.O. Box 420, Trenton, NJ 08625-0420To provide informationand assess site-relatedenvironmental health hazardsDEPARTMENT OF HEALTH ANDSENIOR SERVICESP.O. Box 369Trenton, NJ 08625-0369Consumer and EnvironmentalHealth ServicesContact: James A. Brownlee, DirectorPhone: 609-588-3120Email: th/ceohs The Department provides technical support andconsultative services for building and site-relatedenvironmental hazards. Information and technical assistance can beobtained on indoor air quality and environmentalhealth hazards; inspection and remediationof asbestos-containing building materials;inspection and remediation of buildingcomponents painted with lead-based paint,mold and moisture; and evaluation of exposurepathways from site-related contaminants.NJ TRANSIT1 Penn Plaza EastNewark, NJ 07105Transit-Friendly Land UseAND DevelopmentContact: Vivian E. Baker, Assistant DirectorPhone: 973-491-7822Email: vebaker@njtransit.comwww.njtransit.comNJ Transit is the nation’s largest Statewide publictransportation system, providing more than 827,000weekday trips on 240 bus routes, three light rail linesand 11 commuter lines. It is the third largest transitsystem in the country, with 162 rail stations, 60 lightrail stations and more than 18,000 bus stops linkingmajor points in New Jersey, New York and Philadelphia.NJ Transit’s “Transit-Friendly Planning” programhelps communities create consensus-based plansfor transit-supportive growth and transit-orienteddevelopment at and around existing transit facilities,to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality.Communities also benefit as their train stationsand surrounding areas are revitalized, making themattractive places for peoples to live, work and socialize.Office of Permit Coordinationand Environmental ReviewContact: Megan BrunattiPhone: 609-633-7660Email: pcerPrerequisites:Consult and fill out Permit Identification Form (PIF)that lists all applicable DEP permitting programs andcontact phone numbers. The form is available atwww.state.nj.us/dep/pcer.New Jersey Brownfields Resource KitNew Jersey Business Action Center—Office for Planning Advocacy PO Box 820, Trenton, NJ 08625-0820 4

FINANCINGTo identify appropriate funding sources for investigation and remediation of brownfieldsNew Jersey Economic DevelopmentAuthoritY (EDA)36 West State StreetTrenton, NJ 08625Bond FinancingContact: Customer Care AdministratorPhone: 1-866-534-7789Email: customercare@njeda.comwww.njeda.com Financing is available to manufacturers andnot-for-profits for real state acquisitions, newbuilding construction, equipment and renovations. Funding is available to municipalities for infrastructureimprovements and other municipal projects.Prerequisites:For all construction and renovations, provide thefollowing information: Proof of site control Local approvals for zoning, site plans Permits needed Financial/background data How the project benefits New Jersey’s economyBrownfields RevolvingLoan FundContact: Customer Care AdministratorPhone: 1-866-534-7789Email: customercare@njeda.comwww.njeda.comA combination of low-interest financing and grantsare available for remediating brownfield sites in thecommunities of Asbury Park, Camden, Elizabeth,Long Branch, Neptune, New Brunswick, Paterson,Perth Amboy, Plainfield, Pleasantville and Vineland.Projects must have local and community support.Hazardous DischargeSite Remediation Loan andGrant ProgramPetroleum UndergroundStorage Tank RemediationUpgrade and Closure ProgramContact: Customer Care AdministratorPhone: 1-866-534-7789Email: customercare@njeda.comwww.njeda.comContact: Customer Care AdministratorPhone: 1-866-534-7789Email: customercare@njeda.comwww.njeda.com For assessments, remedial investigationand remediation. Applications are submitted to DEP, and uponapproval, funds are dispersed by NJEDA.Effective July 1, 2010, the UST Fund no longer acceptsnew Regulated UST Fund applications for previouslyknown Underground Storage Tanks. However, if aregulated tank is newly discovered, the UST Fund willaccept an application in this situation if the owner/operator files it within 18 months from the date ofdiscovery. This application deadline does not affectUnregulated UST Fund applications (which includesall residential heating oil tanks) or RegulatedSupplemental UST Fund applications.Prerequisites:Private Applicants: Must have technical applications andcost proposals approved by DEP. Must meet all other applicableeligibility requirements.Municipal Applicants: Must have technical applications and costproposals approved by DEP. Must provide proof of site control. Site must be part of a formal or informalredevelopment plan. Municipality must pass appropriate resolutionaccepting the grant and committingto redevelopment. Must meet all other applicableeligibility requirements.Loan and Guarantee ProgramsContact: Customer Care AdministratorPhone: 1-866-534-7789Email: customercare@njeda.comwww.njeda.com Programs are available to businesses planningto locate on former brownfields sites. Programs are available for buildings andequipment or for working capital to meetoperating expenses.Prerequisites: The borrower must show evidence of ability torepay loan, such as collateral or personal guarantee. The project must result in jobs, ratables or othereconomic benefits.New Jersey Brownfields Resource KitDue to insufficient funds, new applications for leakingunregulated USTs will continue to be accepted andacknowledged, but will not be reviewed or processedat this time. They shall be date stamped at the time ofreceipt and held until such time as sufficientfunding becomes available. As funding becomesavailable, applications will be reviewed and processedbased on the order of receipt. In addition, effectiveMay 3, 2011, the UST Fund will no longer accept orprocess Non-Leaking UST Fund applications due toinsufficient funds.Applications are submitted to DEP, and upon approval,funds are dispersed by NJEDA.Prerequisites:Commercial Applicants: Must have technical applications and costproposals approved by DEP. Must have net worth of 2 million or less. Must submit financial statements from the lastthree years to NJEDA.*Municipal Applicants: Must have technical applications and costproposals approved by DEP. Must own and operate undergroundstorage tanks.*New Jersey Business Action Center—Office for Planning Advocacy PO Box 820, Trenton, NJ 08625-0820 5

FINANCINGResidential Applicants: (eligible for grants or loans) Must have technical applications and costproposals approved by DEP. Underground storage tank must be leaking. Must have 250,000 or less of taxableincome and 500,000 or less net worth,excluding primary residence and traditionalretirement accounts.**Must meet all other applicableeligibility requirements.Redevelopment AreaBond FinancingContact: Customer Care AdministratorPhone: 1-866-534-7789Email: customercare@njeda.comwww.njeda.comLong-term, low-interest bonds are available forinfrastructure improvements and otherpredevelopment costs, including demolitionand remediation.Prerequisites:NJRA Loan Guarantee ProgramContact: Customer ServicePhone: 609-292-3739Email: njra@njra.uswww.njra.usThe program provides credit enhancements throughloan guarantees for projects unable to obtainconventional bank financing.NJRA Urban Site Acquisition(NJUSA) ProgramContact: Customer ServicePhone: 609-292-3739Email: njra@njra.uswww.njra.usThe program provides funds for the acquisition,site assembly and redevelopment of properties thatare part of urban redevelopment plans.DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY50 Barrack StreetP.O. Box 269, Trenton, NJ 08625The municipality must have: A formally designated redevelopment area withinwhich the project is located An identified developer or end use that willgenerate payments An agreement for Payments in Lieu of Taxes withsite owner Approval by the local finance boardNew Jersey Redevelopment Authority(NJRA)150 West State StreetP.O. Box 790, Trenton, NJ 08625-0790Bond ProgramContact: Customer ServicePhone: 609-292-3739Email: njra@njra.uswww.njra.usThe program provides qualified small issue bonds foracquiring, constructing and renovating capital facilities.New Jersey Brownfields Resource KitRemediation ReimbursementProgramContact: S. Curtis Seifert,Brownfields Coordinator, TreasuryPhone: 609-984-5111Email: sury/taxation The program allows for qualified developers toobtain reimbursement of up to 75% of authorizedremediation costs incurred during theredevelopment process. Funds available for reimbursement are acquiredthrough the generation of new taxes associatedwith a completed, approved project. This includesremediation costs for landfills redevelopment. Corporation tax credits.Prerequisites: Prior to or in conjunction with submission ofthe application, the developer must enter into aMemorandum of Agreement (MOA) with DEP for theremediation of the site, if a MOA is available. Reimbursement requests must be reviewed andcertified to Treasury by DEP.NEW JERSEY
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITYAFFAIRS (DCA)101 South Broad StreetP.O. Box 800, Trenton, NJ 08625-0800Urban Enterprise Zone (UEZ)Contact: Peter Lijoi, Executive DirectorPhone: 609-292-1912Email: es/UEZNew Jersey’s UEZ Program revitalizes the local,regional and State economies by funding economicdevelopment projects in the designated urbanenterprise zones in the State. Funding is provided forinfrastructure improvements, economic developmentplanning, brownfield planning and remediation, andother projects that support economic revitalizationand growth.CHOICE—Choices in HomeOwnership Incentives Createdfor EveryoneContact: Robert Huether, Assistant DirectorPhone: 609-278-8838Email: CE offers construction, subsidy and end-loanfinancing for the development of affordable andemerging market homeownership units in eligibleSmart Growth areas. Funding is available for newand rehab construction. A mix of income types isencouraged. Subject to program criteria, urban areasin need of revitalization as well as areas with morestable housing markets are eligible. Market rate unitsmay also be developed with CHOICE constructionfinancing, but without the CHOICE subsidy. Applicants first meet with representatives ofEDT, DEP and Treasury to discuss their project.New Jersey Business Action Center—Office for Planning Advocacy PO Box 820, Trenton, NJ 08625-0820 6

FINANCINGFederal Low Income HousingTax CreditsMultifamily Housing Loans—PreservationContact: Deb Urban, Director of Tax Credit ServicesPhone: 609-278-7577Email: t: John H. Murray,Senior Director of Credit & Business DevelopmentPhone: 609-278-7518Email: jmurray@njhmfa.state.nj.uswww.nj.gov/dca/hmfaLow Income Housing Tax Credits are available todevelopers of qualified rental properties. They canbe used to reduce federal tax liability or sold forcash to reduce eligible development costs. Theprogram gives priority points for brownfields projects.Stronger NJ Business LoansLoans are available for refinancing, acquisition,renovation and substantial rehabilitation for existingmultifamily rental properties that have previouslybeen financed or subsidized through a federal housingprogram, and which are encumbered by regulatoryrestrictions to provide housing for families of lowto moderate income.Contact: Customer Care AdministratorPhone: 1-866-534-7789Email: customercare@njeda.comwww.njeda.comSpecial Needs HousingFinancing ProgramsThe Stronger NJ Business Loan Program offers up to 5 million to Superstorm Sandy-impacted businessesfor documented physical damage not covered byother sources. These are intended to assist eligiblebusinesses that suffered physical damage, as wellas spur economic revitalization by providingfunding for expansion and new businesses instorm-impacted areas.Multifamily Housing Loans—New ConstructionContact: John H. Murray,Senior Director of Credit & Business DevelopmentPhone: 609-278-7518Email: jmurray@njhmfa.state.nj.uswww.nj.gov/dca/hmfaLoans are available in the form of permanent take-outfinancing, construction-only loans and constructionloans that convert to permanent financing fordevelopers of housing affordable to families of lowto moderate income.Contact: Ann Wilbur, Administrative AssistantPhone: 609-278-7603Email: awilbur@njhmfa.state.nj.uswww.nj.gov/dca/hmfaA menu of programs designed to provide low-interestconstruction and/or permanent financing fortransitional and permanent supportive housing forindividuals and families with special needs.NEW JERSEY ENVIRONMENTALINFRASTRUCTURE TRUST (NJEIT)3131 Princeton PikeBuilding 5, Suite 201Lawrenceville, NJ 08648New Jersey EnvironmentalInfrastructure FinancingProgramContact: David Zimmer, Executive DirectorPhone: 609-219-8600Email: dzimmer@njeit.orgwww.njeit.orgThe NJEIT recognizes that project financing is oftena critical factor to the successful redevelopmentof brownfield sites and the State’s economicdevelopment initiatives. The New JerseyEnvironmental Infrastructure Financing ProgramNew Jersey Brownfields Resource Kithas been providing low-interest loans for projectsto improve water quality since 1987. This partnershipbetween the NJEIT and NJDEP offers the lowestinterest rates of any program in the State for asignificant portion of brownfield redevelopment costs.Eligible Cost Examples:Site Remediation: Removal of surface/subsurface infrastructure Excavation of contaminated soil, solid waste andconstruction debris Treatment of contaminated groundwater, cappingand stormwater controlsSite Improvements: Water and wastewater infrastructure improvementsand associated streetscape improvements Technologies to decrease water consumption, suchas green roofing and low-flow toilets Site monitoringAdministrative/Planning Costs: Environmental insurance Permitting fees Legal and engineering feesProgram Features: State-funded debt service reserve Capitalized interest Level debt service Defrayed financing costs Interim financing available upon certificationof project Direct loan program at half of present market ratesor better Assistance with obtaining DEP permits and meetingpermit requirementsThe NJEIFP considers the unique nature of eachproject and the rapidly changing technologiesavailable for site cleanup in its flexible approachto project financing. Projects that advance waterquality objectives receive top priority. Programeligibility requires municipal support (typically asa conduit borrower).New Jersey Business Action Center—Office for Planning Advocacy PO Box 820, Trenton, NJ 08625-0820 7

INFRASTRUCTURETo identify funding for infrastructure costsNEW JERSEY BOARD OF PUBLIC UTILITIES(BPU)NEW JERSEY ENVIRONMENTALINFRASTRUCTURE TRUST (NJEIT)44 South Clinton AvenueTrenton, NJ 086253131 Princeton PikeBuilding 5, Suite 201Lawrenceville, NJ 08648Contact: Gary Finger, Board of Public UtilitiesPhone: 609-777-3304Email: omic DevelopmentService TariffsTo support redevelopment and economic growth, theBPU has approved a number of programs that providea credit or reduced utility service rate to customersthat move to, or expand in, targeted areas. Targetedareas may include Urban Enterprise Zones, municipalitiesthat rate high on the Municipal Distress Index andother areas where redevelopment is a priority. Contactyour local utility service provider or the Board of PublicUtilities to learn what programs may be available inyour area.Smart GrowthOn November 16, 2004, the Board of Public Utilitiesadopted the Main Extension Regulations at N.J.A.C.14:3-1; 14:3-6; 14:3-8; 14:3-10. These rules replacedvarious older rules governing extensions of utilityservice with one consolidated, comprehensive set ofnew extension rules that support the State’s smartgrowth policies. The rules address whether and how autility may contribute financially to an extensionmade in response to an application of service. Theregulations also help fulfill the Board’s mandate toensure that regulated entity service is safe, adequateand proper, and furnished in a manner that tends toconserve and preserve the quality of the environment.Under the new rules, applicants for utility service inareas designated for growth are eligible for variousincentives. In areas not designated for growth, utilitiesare generally prohibited from paying for the cost ofextending utility service.Contact: David Zimmer, Executive DirectorPhone: 609-219-8600Email:

P.O. Box 420, Trenton, NJ 08625-0420 J e Rsey state councIl on tH a ts aRtment of state 225 West State Street P.O. Box 306, Trenton, NJ 08625-0306 new JeRsey boaRd of publIc utIlItIes (bpu) 44 South Clinton Avenue Trenton, NJ 08625 new JeRsey depaRtment of educatIon (doe) 200 River View Plaza P.O. Box 500, Trenton, NJ 08625 use and sustainable

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