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Committees
Policy and Implementation Committee - 2022
Personnel and Budget Committee - 2022
Pinelands Climate Committee - 2022
Agriculture Committee - 2022

Policy and Implementation Committee - 2022

The Pinelands Commission’s Policy and Implementation Committee reviews major policy issues, including the development and consideration of amendments to the Pinelands Comprehensive Management Plan (CMP) and other initiatives or special projects, and it makes recommendations to the full, 15-member Commission.

For example, the Committee:

  • Considers and develops amendments to the CMP (rulemaking);
  • Reviews determinations of whether municipal and county ordinances, master plans and land use proposals are consistent with the CMP;
  • Considers and makes recommendations regarding planning issues (infrastructure, wastewater, water quality and quantity, map/zoning/density changes, cellular facilities);
  • Oversees the work of the Commission's Long Term Economic Monitoring Program and Long Term Environmental Monitoring Program;
  • Oversees the Commission's permanent land protection programs; and
  • Reviews proposed memorandums of agreement with other state agencies, counties and municipalities.

Policy and Implementation Committee members:

Laura E. Matos (Chair), Alan Avery, Jr., Jerome Irick, Theresa Lettman, Mark Lohbauer, Edward Lloyd

Policy and Implementation Committee Meetings

Please call the Pinelands Commission's Office at (609) 894-7300 for meeting location, time and agenda items, or log on to the Meetings page

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Personnel and Budget Committee - 2022

The Pinelands Commission's Personnel and Budget Committee advises the Commission on business and operational matters. The Committee's responsibilities include the annual budget, other fiduciary policies and practices, human resource and employee compensation matters, personnel policies, information management systems, insurance, contracting and the maintenance of buildings and grounds.

Personnel and Budget Committee members:

Alan W. Avery, Jr. (Chairman), Mark Lohbauer, William Pikolycky, Gary Quinn, Jane Jannarone (alternate)

Personnel and Budget Committee Meetings

Please call the Pinelands Commission's Office at (609) 894-7300 for meeting location, time and agenda items, or log on to the Meetings page.

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Pinelands Climate Committee - 2022

The Pinelands Commission's Climate Committee reviews the potential effects of climate change in the Pinelands and considers measures to mitigate impacts.

Pinelands Climate Committee Members
:

Mark Lohbauer (Chairman), Alan W. Avery, Jr., Jerome Irick, Theresa Lettman, Ed Lloyd

Pinelands Climate Committee Meetings:

Please call the Pinelands Commission's Office at (609) 894-7300 for meeting location, time and agenda items, or log on to the Meetings page.


** For more documents related to the Climate Committee, please see our Climate Change webpage by clicking here.

Related Documents:

July 14, 2021: Presentation on Forest Carbon and Climate Information by the New Jersey Forest Service

March 17, 2021: Presentation on Climate Change, Fire and Forestry by Leslie Jones Sauer

March 17, 2021: Pinelands Conservation Fund -- Permanent Land Protection Update

March 17, 2021: Presentation on Forest Stewardship by the New Jersey Audubon Society

January 20, 2021: Solar Energy Facilities in the Pinelands Area

January 20, 2021: Estimating Risk of Flooding from Sea Level Rise

November 13, 2020: Draft Resolution Regarding Climate Change Principles 


October 30, 2020: 2021 Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration Program Challenge

October 7, 2020 Presentation on NJPACT & NJDEP's Land Resource Protection Rules -- Vince Mazzei, P.E.

November 8, 2019 Presentation on Climate Projections and Potential Actions -- Michael B. Gerrard

Presentation on the Potential Impacts of Climate Change on the New Jersey Pinelands

List of Possible Climate Change Actions Plan (4/22/2019 Draft)

 

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Agriculture Committee - 2022

The Pinelands Commission’s Agriculture Committee reviews agriculturally-related policy issues, including proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Management Plan, permitting requirements, proposed legislation and rulemaking efforts by other agencies, and makes recommendations to the full, 15-member Commission.

Agriculture Committee Members:

Edward Lloyd, Mark Lohbauer

Agriculture Committee Meetings:

Please call the Pinelands Commission's Office at (609) 894-7300 for meeting location, time and agenda items, or log on to the Meetings page.

  • No meetings have been scheduled at this time.
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