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Policy and Implementation Committee
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Policy and Implementation Committee

The Pinelands Commission’s Policy and Implementation Committee reviews major policy issues, including proposed 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:

  • 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:

Commissioners Mark S. Lohbauer (Chairman), Candace McKee Ashmun, Sean W. Earlen, Paul E. Galletta, Edward Lloyd, Richard H. Prickett, Joseph DiBello (1st alternate), Ed McGlinchey (2nd alternate).

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.

  • Friday, April 24 - Agenda, Meeting Packet
  • Friday, May 29
  • Friday, June 26
  • Friday, July 31
  • Friday, August 28
  • Friday, September 25
  • Friday, October 30
  • Friday, November 20


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Personnel and Budget Committee

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:

Commissioners Alan W. Avery, Jr. (Chairman), William J. Brown, Joseph DiBello, Ed McGlinchey, Gary Quinn, D'Arcy Rohan-Green, Francis A. Witt, Jane Jannarone (1st alternate), Richard H. Prickett (2nd 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.

  • Tuesday, April 28 - Agenda
  • Tuesday, June 2
  • Tuesday, June 30
  • Tuesday, August 4
  • Tuesday, November 17


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MOA Policy Advisory Committee

The MOA Policy Advisory Committee is an ad hoc committee charged with examining the intergovernmental memorandum of agreement process described in the Pinelands Comprehensive Management Plan, reviewing the history of its implementation, and advising the full 15-member Commission as to whether amendments should be made to provide more clear policy direction on the process and substance of intergovernmental agreements. 

This Committee is ad hoc and advisory in nature; when it reaches a conclusion and reports its advice to the Commission, it shall have discharged its duties.

MOA Policy Advisory Committee Members: 

  • Commissioners Candace McKee Ashmun (Chair), Paul E. Galletta, Edward Lloyd, Ed McGlinchey, Alan W. Avery, Jr. (Alternate)
    Municipal Representative: Mayor Chuck Chiarello, Buena Vista Township;
  • County Representative: Ernest Kuhlwein, Director, Ocean County Solid Waste & Recycling; and
  • Public Representatives: Fred Akers, Great Egg Harbor Watershed Association and Arnold Fishman, Esq. (Alternate)

MOA Policy Advisory 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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Agriculture Committee

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:

Commissioners Ed McGlinchey (Chairman), Sean W. Earlen, Paul E. Galletta, Edward Lloyd, Richard H. Prickett, Mark S. Lohbauer (Alternate)

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.

 



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