It’s been a bit since things went down at the Pinelands Commission and the MOA (memorandum of agreement) with South Jersey Gas failed to pass. Just a recap- there are a lot of angry folks, among them, apparently the governor’s office, hence his move to replace two “no” votes with folks who will more than likely vote “yes.” It seems pretty obvious, anyway, that that is what is going on.
Chapter Meeting tomorrow, Tuesday Sept 9, 6:30-8:30 at the Brigantine Community Center, 265 42nd St S, Brigantine, NJ 08203!
Please join us for the latest news about our ongoing efforts to reduce the use of single use plastic bags in Brigantine & NJ, learn about our Ocean Friendly Garden initiative.
Surfrider Foundation South Jersey Chapter will be at the Brigantine Farmer’s Market/Green Fest on Saturday August 16th to educate residents on issues caused by single-use plastic bags. Visit our tent to get a free reusable bag! We encourage you to read this article by Surfrider member and Brigantine resident, Marjorie Preston, to learn more about our Bag It Brig Campaign.
Why I stopped using single-use plastic bags, and support the campaign to ban them in Brigantine by Marjorie Preston
Our Coastal Zones are at risk for being developed with no regard for climate change, future storms or sea level rise! Please take a few minutes to learn more about the proposed changes to our coastal development rules and then make your comment as instructed below to let our lawmakers know this is not acceptable!
The hatchet job at the Pinelands Commission has commenced in full force. Christie sacked two anti-pipeline Commissioners and nominated two “yes men” for the pipeline following the Cumberland Freeholders’ ejection of their anti-pipeline Commissioner.