Governor Murphy Takes Action on Legislation

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Governor Murphy Takes Action on Legislation

07/10/2024
TRENTON – Today, Governor Murphy signed the following bills into law:

S-2792/A-3697 (Cruz-Perez, Turner/Spearman, Park, Simmons) –
 Appropriates $500,000 from constitutionally dedicated CBT revenues and “2009 Farmland Preservation Fund” to State Agriculture Development Committee for municipal planning incentive grants for farmland preservation purposes

S-2793/A-3698 (Cruz-Perez, Turner/Reynolds-Jackson, Fantasia, Stanley) – Appropriates $1.723 million from constitutionally dedicated CBT revenues and “2009 Farmland Preservation Fund” to State Agriculture Development Committee for grants to certain nonprofit organizations for farmland preservation purposes

S-2825/A-3906 (Gopal/Peterpaul, Donlon, Flynn) – Removes time limitation on issuance of additional alcoholic beverage licenses within boundaries of former federal military installations

S-3192/A-4454 (Diegnan, Moriarty/Freiman, Pintor Marin, DiMaio) – “Real Estate Consumer Protection Enhancement Act”

S-3275/A-4448 (Gopal, McKeon/Donlon, Pintor Marin, Wimberly) – Revises various provisions of film and digital media content production tax credit program

S-3371/A-4457 (Pou, Singer/Freiman) – Revises limits for net cash surrender and net cash withdrawal values for certain annuity policies and contracts from $100,000 to $250,000

S-3384/A-4426 (Burzichelli, Schepisi/Katz, Atkins, Drulis) – Appropriates funds to DEP for environmental infrastructure projects for FY2025

S-3385/A-4602 (Singleton/Lopez) – Concerns deadline for municipality to report certain non-residential development fee information

S-3474/A-4570 (Greenstein/Carter, Speight, Wimberly) – Appropriates $10,067,905 to DEP from constitutionally dedicated CBT revenues for grants to certain nonprofit entities to acquire or develop lands for recreation and conservation purposes, and for certain administrative expenses

A-1677/S-3263 (Lampitt, Bagolie, Stanley/Diegnan, Turner) – Authorizes extended terms for lease and purchase contracts for electric school buses; permits New Jersey School Boards Association to serve as government aggregator to obtain energy services for local units

A-3772/S-2334 (McCann Stamato, Sampson, Lopez/Stack, McKnight) – Revises process for property tax lien holder to foreclose right to redeem property tax lien; allows property owner to protect remaining equity

A-4046/S-3303 (Pintor Marin, Spearman/Pou, Mukherji) – 
Extends certain accommodations for businesses participating in State economic development programs

A-4425/S-3383 (Ramirez, Spearman, Atkins/Gopal, Mukherji) – Authorizes NJ Infrastructure Bank to expend certain sums to make loans for environmental infrastructure projects for FY2025

A-4458/S-3342 (Sumter, Sampson/Greenstein, Sarlo) – Establishes exemptions and revises implementation timeline for requirement that newly constructed townhouses be installed with automatic fire sprinkler system

A-4478/S-3367 (Calabrese, Karabinchak, Wimberly/Burzichelli) – Authorizes NJ Infrastructure Bank to expend certain sums to make loans for transportation infrastructure projects for FY2025; makes appropriation

A-4572/S-3473 (Donlon, Sumter, Drulis/McKeon, Space) – Appropriates $101,696,535 from constitutionally dedicated CBT revenues to DEP for local government open space acquisition and park development projects, and for certain administrative expenses

A-4581/S-3471 (Haider, Sampson, Tully/Mukherji, O’Scanlon) – Authorizes NJ Infrastructure Bank to expend certain sums to make loans for Community Hazard Assistance Mitigation Program projects for FY 2025

A-4587/S-3451 (Stanley/Cryan, Pou) – Increases hours required for individual to obtain licensure as teacher in cosmetology and hairstyling or as massage and bodywork therapist

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