Legislative Agendas: Here’s What’s On Tap Under The Gold Dome On Monday

The New Jersey Statehouse and Capitol Building In Trenton

Here’s what’s on tap under the Gold Dome on Monday (March 13th):

The Senate Judiciary Committee has a packed list of nominations for consideration and interviews this morning.

SENATE QUORUM 12:00 PM Senate Chambers

10:00 AM: Group (4) Committees scheduled to meet

 

Senate Judiciary Meeting 10:00 AM

Committee Room 4, 1st Floor, State House Annex, Trenton, NJ Chair: Sen. Stack, Brian P.

Considered:

to be a member of the College of NJ – Board of Trustees:

Madeline Urbish of Lambertville to replace Robert Altman, for the term prescribed by law, currently set to expire June 30, 2028.

to be a member of the NJ Health Care Facilities Financing Authority:

Sam Maddali of Bernardsville to replace Dr. Munr Kazmir, for the term prescribed by law, currently set to expire April 30, 2023.

to be a member of the NJ Schools Development Authority:

John F. Capo of Totowa to replace Michael Capelli, for the term prescribed by law, currently set to expire on Jan. 7, 2023.

to be a member of the Ramapo College of NJ – Board of Trustees:

Christopher Lopez of Oakland to replace Vincent Colman, for the term prescribed by law, currently set to expire June 30, 2027.

Albert Nieves of Wood-Ridge to replace Gary Montroy, for the term prescribed by law, currently set to expire June 30, 2026.

Interviewed:

to be a Judge of the Division of Workers’ Compensation:

Sean M. Dillon of Closter for the term prescribed by law, ending 3 years from the date of appointment.

Brian E. Eyerman of Maywood for the term prescribed by law, ending 3 years from the date of appointment.

Phillip A. LaPorta of Rutherford for the term prescribed by law, ending 3 years from the date of appointment.

to be a Judge of the Superior Court:

Amy E. Lefkowitz of Fair Lawn to succeed the Honorable Ellen L. Koblitz, following her retirement, for the term prescribed by law, ending 7 years from date of appointment.

Nicholas Ostuni, Sr. of Oradell to succeed the Honorable Deborah M. Gross- Quatrone, following her retirement, for the term prescribed by law, ending 7 years from date of appointment.

Marc D. Ramundo of Ho-Ho-Kus to succeed the Honorable Christine A. Farrington, following her retirement, for the term prescribed by law, ending 7 years from date of appointment.

Anthony R. Suarez of Ridgefield to succeed the Honorable Terry Paul Bottinelli, following his retirement, for the term prescribed by law, ending 7 years from date of appointment.

Demetrica Todd-Ruiz of Pittsgrove to succeed the Honorable Sandra Lopez, for the term prescribed by law, ending 7 years from the date of appointment.

Dalya Youssef, Esq. of Somerset to succeed the Honorable John P. McDonald, for the term prescribed by law, ending 7 years from the date of appointment.

to be a member of the NJ Sports and Exposition Authority:

Thomas Mullahey of Rutherford to replace Arthur Kapoor, for the term prescribed by law, currently set to expire January 11, 2025.

Eric Pennington of Newark to replace Michael Neglia, for the term prescribed by law, currently set to expire 11/15/2024.

Gail Gordon of Fair Lawn to replace Robert Yudin, for the term prescribed by law, currently set to expire September 14, 2024.

to be a member of the NJ Turnpike Authority:

Francisco Maldonado-Ramirez, Esq. of Highland Park to replace Raymond Pocino, for the term prescribed by law, currently set to expire February 14, 2026.

to be a member of the State Parole Board:

Frank Del Vecchio of Ridgewood to replace Sam Plumeri, for the term prescribed by law, currently set to expire June 29, 2025.

to be an Administrative Law Judge:

Tali Epstein of Edison for the term prescribed by law, ending 1 year from the date of appointment.

Nicole Minutoli of Hamilton for the term prescribed by law, ending 1 year from date of appointment.

Robert D. Herman of Mays Landing for the term prescribed by law, ending 1 year from date of appointment.

Rebecca C. Lafferty of Mays Landing for the term prescribed by law, ending 1 year from date of appointment.

S3558 [Smith, Bob/Scutari, Nicholas P.], JRS member, deferred retir-permit to request reactivation of suspended annuities

 

Senate Law and Public Safety Meeting Chair: Sen. Greenstein, Linda R.

The Committee will not meet.

 

Senate Military and Veterans’ Affairs Meeting 10:00 AM Committee Room 1, 1st Floor, State House Annex, Trenton, NJ Chair: Sen. Cryan, Joseph P.

ACR140 [Park, Ellen J./Jaffer, Sadaf F.+8], Korean veterans of Vietnam War-honors S52 [Corrado, Kristin M./Pou, Nellie+8], Veteran, homeless shelters-establish grant program

S683 [Bucco, Anthony M.+2], Veterans-prov. free admission to St parks/forests/historic sites on Veterans Day

S1318 [Turner, Shirley K.], Vet., wartime service-connected disability-incr & annual adjustment in allowance

S3589 [Cryan, Joseph P./Corrado, Kristin M.], Catholic Charities, Diocese of Paterson- SOS Vet Unmet Needs Fund;$500K

S3698 [Singleton, Troy/Connors, Christopher J.+1], PFRS memb in federal/State military service-provide disability or death benefits

S3699 [Zwicker, Andrew], Mortgage loan counseling-requires DMVA provide under certain circumstances

SCR110 [Johnson, Gordon M.], Korean veterans of Vietnam War-honors

 

Senate State Government, Wagering, Tourism & Historic Preservation Meeting

Chair: Sen. Beach, James

The Committee will not meet.

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