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The State of New Jersey has developed a program for the effective management, beneficial use, protection and development of its coastal lands and waters, which has been approved under the terms of the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972

-1980 Coastal Management Program Approval

The Coastal Management Program is comprised of a network of offices within the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection that serve distinct functions yet share responsibilities that influence the state of New Jersey's coast. A primary mission of the Program is ensuring that coastal resources and ecosystems are conserved as a vital aspect of local, state and federal efforts to enhance sustainable coastal communities. This mission is supported by a number of programs including regulation and enforcement of Department regulations, Community Sustainability and Resiliency Planning, the Clean Marina Program, Ocean Resource Planning, and Federal Consistency reviews.

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