Clean Ocean Action

Clean Ocean Advocate, September 2004

Fast Track Opposition is on Track

The Save NJ Coalition continues to put pressure on the NJ Governor’s Office and NJDEP about "Fast Track."  Signed into law earlier this summer, fast track is under a 120-day clock.


At an August 24 press conference at the State House, the coalition announced a new website,  The website answers citizens’ questions on the components of the law, provides an opportunity to study potential effects of fast track on communities using an interactive map created by the GIS Center, and gives the user the ability to alert Save NJ to projects in progress that are of concern.  The coalition also announced the hiring of former NJDEP Senior Policy Advisor Bill Wolfe to provide assistance to Save NJ.  Wolfe will work to identify ways to limit the scope of fast track and fix the deficiencies through the implementing regulations.


The Save NJ Coalition, composed of more than 50 member organizations, has a multi-pronged mission.  For more information, visit the new website, or call COA, a member of Save NJ.


49 Avenel Blvd.
Long Branch, NJ 07740

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Gateway National Recreation Area
Sandy Hook, New Jersey

Voice: (732) 872-0111
FAX: (732) 872-8041

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