Proposed legislation to establish a Coastal Pine Barrens Reserve

field hearing before the Subcommittee on Natural Resources, Agriculture Research, and Environment of the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, Ninety-seventh Congress, first session, May 8, 1981. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Technology. Subcommittee on Natural Resources, Agriculture Research, and Environment.

Publisher: U.S. G.P.O. in Washington

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  • New York (State),
  • Long Island.

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  • National parks and reserves -- Law and legislation -- New York (State) -- Long Island.,
  • Pine -- New York (State) -- Long Island.
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LC ClassificationsKF27 .S3978 1981
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 139 p. :
Number of Pages139
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Open LibraryOL3922109M
LC Control Number81603490

The Pine Barrens is an indispensable component of the aquifer system that is the sole natural source of drinking water for over two and a half million inhabitants of Long Island. Indeed, because of its critical ecological significance, the Pine Barrens has been the subject of protective legislation at .   Family Empire in Jersey Iron: The Richards Enterprises in the Pine Barrens by Arthur Pierce. Rutgers University Press, Heart of the Pines: Ghostly Voices of the Pine Barrens by John Pearce. Batsto Citizens Committee, Many thanks to Jerseyman and Terry Schmidt for their invaluable assistance in this article series. The purpose of the committee was to develop a comprehensive land use plan for the Pine Barrens. The plan proposed an outer protection zone and an inner preserve similar to those of the Rutgers Study. Based on the recommendations of the Pinelands Review Committee and federal legislation, the Governor issued Executive Order 71 on February 8, PROPOSED AREAS COLLECTION. National Park Service History Collection RG Preliminary Inventory Description: Material dealing with policy about the selection of proposed areas and the areas themselves, individually and in groups. Inclusive & Bulk Dates: The range of dates runs from to ; the bulk of the material is from the 's. Location (): Bay 7, Range E, Shelves 2 and 6.

within the Pine Barrens Management Opportunity Area, following implementation of the pine barrens management plan (Kost et al. ), success of landscape-level restoration of pine barrens can be determined by periodically mapping the alliances and thereby monitoring coarse changes in . The preliminary plat approval is intended to fix the basic components of the proposed development and, "absent new information, a subsequent modification or rejection of a preliminarily approved subdivision layout is an arbitrary and capricious act subject to invalidation" (Sun Beach, 98 AD2d , , affd 62 NY2d , supra; see, 5. The Long Island Pine Barrens Maritime Reserve Act, Environmental Conservation Law, Article 57 (the “Act”), was adopted in for the purpose of protecting approximately , acres of the Long Island Pine Barrens located within the towns of Brookhaven, Riverhead and Southampton. The Act defines the boundaries of the Central Pine Barrens and divides . New York Code - Laws: Environmental Conservation: ( - ) Long Island Pine Barrens Maritime Reserve Act Article 57 - LONG ISLAND PINE BARRENS MARITIME RESERVE ACT - Short title. - Legislative declaration. - Legislative findings and intent. - Definitions. - Establishment of Long Island Pine Barrens maritime reserve; core .

The Pine Barrens. K likes. An advocacy page for New Jersey's last wilderness. The Long Island Pine Barrens Maritime Reserve Act, Environmental Conservation Law, Article 57 (the “Act”), was adopted in for the purpose of protecting approximately , acres. Town of Brookhaven et al., the largest environmental lawsuit in state history, and was the first drafter of Article 57 of the Environmental Conservation Law creating the Long Island Pine Barrens Connections: The Pine Barrens, also known as the Pinelands or simply the Pines, is a heavily forested area of coastal plain stretching across more than seven counties of southern New Jersey. It's most popularly known as the dwelling of a mysterious creature referred to as The Jersey Devil. The name "pine barrens" refers to the area's sandy, acidic, nutrient-poor soil. European settlers' attempts to.

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Get this from a library. Proposed legislation to establish a Coastal Pine Barrens Reserve: field hearing before the Subcommittee on Natural Resources, Agriculture Research, and Environment of the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, Ninety-seventh Congress, first session, May 8, [United States.

Congress. The legislation divides the ,acre Proposed legislation to establish a Coastal Pine Barrens Reserve book Barrens into two areas: a 40,acre preserve where little or no development could occur and a.

Created by “LI Pine Barrens Maritime Reserve Act” (Chapter ; 7/25/90) New York State Environmental Conservation Law, Article The Central Pine Barrens is a the Commission shall hold only one (1) hearing on a development proposal, unless the Commission by majority vote deems it necessary to hold an additional hearing.

A controversial proposal to build a golf course and resort in the Long Island Pine Barrens has pitted preservationists against developers. Both sides argue. For example, in just the past four months, the Pine Barrens Society has enjoyed two major victories, but suffered two disappointing setbacks.

In December, the Southampton Town Board rejected a proposed mega golf resort in the Pine Barrens of East Quogue. The proposal for a champi - onship golf course, luxury homes and asquare foot.

In this article we assess change in the Atlantic Coastal Pine Barrens ecoregion from to Urban lands expanded by more than square kilometers during the study period. The Pine Barrens concludes on a grim note: “Given the great numbers and the crossed purposes of all the big and little powers that would have to work together to accomplish anything on a major scale in the pines, it would appear that the Pine Barrens are not very likely to be the subject of dramatic decrees or acts of legislation.

They seem. Inauthor John McPhee's "The Pine Barrens," a book that became a national best-seller, spurred a movement to protect the Pinelands' abundant natural resources and colorful culture. The Pine Barrens is part of million acres of the Pinelands National Reserve, which ranges from northern Ocean County south and west, and occupies 22% of New Jersey's land area.

It is the largest body of open space on the Mid-Atlantic seaboard between Richmond and Boston, covering vast areas in Ocean, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland. Buzby's is in too good of a condition to knock down and redevelop.

Remember, it's about $k for the building, so you'd have to knock it down and be able to build something in it's place to make that money back plus a profit.

I already think that $k for Chatsworth is ridiculous - I don't see. The Long Island Pine Barrens Protection Act, contained in Article 57 of the New York State Environmental Conservation Law, describes and defines the activities that it regulates and for which approvals may be required from either a municipality and/or the Central Pine Barrens Joint Planning and Policy Commission.

New York State Environmental Conservation Law Article TITLE 1. LONG ISLAND PINE BARRENS MARITIME. RESERVE ACT. Section Short title. Legislative declaration. Legislative findings and intent. The Albany Pine Bush, referred to locally as the Pine Bush, is one of the largest of the 20 inland pine barrens in the world.

It is centrally located in New York's Capital District within Albany and Schenectady counties, between the cities of Albany and Schenectady.

The Albany Pine Bush was formed thousands of years ago, following the drainage of Glacial Lake Albany. “When publicized inthis project proposal united conservationists, blueberry and cranberry farmers, hunters and others who, realizing the threat to the Pinelands, began to work together on preservation efforts,” wrote author Robert J.

Mason in his book, Contested Lands: Conflict and Compromise in New Jersey’s Pine Barrens. Pine Barrens in Mastic, which were intended to be added to the Pine Barrens preserve under state legislation proposed by State Assembly Environmental Conservation Chair, Steven Englebright and State Senator Kenneth LaValle, faces immediate clearing, even as environmentalists obtained a Temporary Restraining Order against commencement of solar.

plan for the Pine Barrens, or Pinelands, which designated a Pinelands preservation and pro-tection zone as shown on Map 1, and established a Pinelands Commission of 15 members to plan and manage the region. As of April,legislation to establish a Pinelands. Most of us only know New Jersey’s Pine Barrens as that weird wasteland we drive past on our way to the Shore.

But push a little deeper in, as John McPhee did in his book The Pine Barrens. A proposed golf course on acres of land in Long Island’s Pine Barrens is testing the spirit of a law that was created to protect the forests – and the drinking water underneath them.

The Pinelands National Reserve is the largest forested area on the Eastern Seaboard between Maine and the Florida Everglades. The Pine Barrens is the “ecological” term that describes the unique, beautiful and fascinating ecosystem and natural treasure that covers most of southern New Jersey.

InJohn McPhee, who would become one of the nation’s most prominent nonfiction authors, published his fourth book, The Pine Barrens, that reviewed the region’s unique natural resources, ecology and of the book had previously been published earlier as a series of articles by McPhee in The New Yorker magazine.

McPhee noted the then current proposals for the Pinelands. New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve (also known as Pinelands National Reserve) is a national reserve that encompasses the New Jersey Pine Barrens.

The Pinelands is a unique location of historic villages and berry farms amid the vast oak-pine forests (pine barrens), extensive wetlands, and diverse species of plants and animals of the Atlantic coastal pine barrens ecoregion.

The boundaries of the Pinelands National Reserve and the Pinelands Area, as defined by the state legislation, differ somewhat.

The Reserve, totaling million acres, includes land east of the Garden State Parkway and to the south bordering Delaware Bay, which is. John McPhee is a Pulitzer Prize winning author of non-fiction books. Born and educated in Princeton, NJ, he grew up alongside New Jersey’s Pine Barrens.

On an excursion into the heart of the Pine Barrens, McPhee meets a resident named Fred Brown who takes him on an educational journey and tour of his home on the east coast of the state/5(). The Pine Barrens. Nature and the Environment. 1; 2; Next.

1 of 2 Go to page. Next Last. aeroten New Member. 1 0 1 #1 I may be camping with some friends and I was curious to know what sorts of dangerous animals live there.

I guess it's time to start covering more of myself with spray now that it's warming. The goals underlying article 55 have also been reflected in subsequent State legislation, including the Long Island Pine Barrens Maritime Reserve Act (Lchcodified at ECL art 57), several amendments to strengthen both article 55 and the Maritime Reserve Act (Lch ; Lch ) and, finally, an amendment to SEQRA.

Proposed development far exceeds a settlement agreement between the developer, state, and federal government in which PPA was an intervenor. Learn More Water Supply and the Kirkwood-Cohansey Aquifer.

Efforts in by the wealthy Philadelphia industrialist Joseph Wharton () to establish agricultural production of sugar, sugar beets, and cotton also ended in failure, as did his attempt to export water from his Pine Barrens property to Philadelphia (the New Jersey legislature quickly prohibited the practice).

TRENTON, Oct. 3—The State Casino Control Commission that will regulate gambling in Atlantic City has scheduled its first meeting for tomorrow. BILL NUMBER: SA SPONSOR: LAVALLE TITLE OF BILL: An act to amend the environmental conservation law, in relation to penalties and enforcement in the Long Island Pine Barrens maritime reserve PURPOSE OR GENERAL IDEA OF BILL: The purpose of this bill is to increase enforcement for the use of all- terrain vehicles in the Long Island Pine Barrens in order to.

The Southeastern Massachusetts Pine Barrens Alliance called the proposal “a backward step.” In her comments, alliance President Sharl Heller said the project would be “a severe blow to the effort to preserve the second largest example of coastal pine barrens left in the world.” Similar comments were submitted by residents.

“When publicized inthis project proposal united conservationists, blueberry and cranberry farmers, hunters and others who, realizing the threat to the Pinelands, began to work together on preservation efforts,” wrote author Robert J. Mason in his book, Contested Lands: Conflict and Compromise in New Jersey’s Pine Barrens.

“Those. •The adoption of a State law called the Long Island Pine Barrens Maritime Reserve Act to protect area encompassing lands and waters east of Patchogue-Mt.

Sinai Road to include Peconic Estuary. •A NY State Court of Appeals decision on LI Pine Barrens Society litigation recommending State Legislature establish law to create regional.The comptroller shall establish the section of the environmental conservation law and section eleven-b of the soil and water conservation districts law, for Long Island Central Pine Barrens area planning or Long Island south shore estuary reserve planning pursuant to title thirteen of article fifty-four of the environmental.