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Permit Extension Act

AGRICULTURE

DIVISION OF AGRICULTURAL AND NATURAL RESOURCES
STATE SOIL CONSERVATION COMMITTEE

Authority: P.L.2008, c.78); P.L.2012, c.48; C.40:55D-136.5

Update Deceember 30, 2015:  An amendment to the Permit Extension Act of 2008 signed on December 26, 2014 provideds for an additional extension until December 31, 2015

Notice of Permit Extension:
Take notice that in accordance with the Permit Extension Act as amended (P.L. 2008, c.78; P.L.2012, c.48 ), soil conservation district certification of soil erosion and sediment control plans, pursuant to the Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Act (P.L. 1975, c.251 as amended), which have expired or will expire on or after January 1, 2007 and have not been recertified prior to September 6, 2008, will be extended until December 31, 2014 without the requirement for recertification. This extension shall not apply if there have been changes to the plan or project in which case certification or recertification will be required. The soil conservation districts may require the payment of fees in accordance with the current fee schedule as approved by the State Soil Conservation Committee to cover costs of additional project inspections and other required services when it has been determined by the district that the original fee has been exhausted.

 

-- To request an extension of the soil erosion and sediment control plan until December 31, 2015 (under the Permit Extension Act of 2008.)

NJDEP's website for information on the 2008 Permit Extension Act.