On Saturday, December 15th, FEMA released its Advisory Flood Elevation Maps, which significantly impact properties that still need to be re-built in all of New Jersey's coastal communities.
ATTENTION ALL COASTAL PROPERTY OWNERS: FEMA to release new advisory flood elevation maps TOMORROW, December 15th. The advisory flood maps will be posted at: http://www.fema.gov/
Vincent L. Lamanna, Jr., who serves as Of Counsel to Nehmad Perillo & Davis, was recently elected as a Senior Trustee to the New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys. Congratulations Vince on this honor!
Eric Goldstein, who serves as Of Counsel to Nehmad Perillo & Davis, was recently elected to his first two-year term as a Trustee to the New Jersey Institue of Local Government Attorneys (NJILGA). Congratulations Eric on this great achievement!
As a result of Superstorm Sandy, all property owners may qualify for a real estate tax reduction for the damage to their property as a result of the storm. In order to be considered, a property owner must notify his or her local Tax Assessor in writing, preferably by certified mail, no later than January 10, 2013 that their property was damaged in the storm. You are not obligated to provide any additional information. The assessor is to then inspect the property and determine whether a reduction is warranted.
Keith Davis, Esq. appeared before the New Jersey Turnpike Authority recently to advocate for changes to the proposed Exit 41 interchange of the Garden State Parkway along Jim Leeds Road in Galloway Township.
On Monday, October 22nd, the Atlantic City Jitney Association held a grand opening ceremony for its new headquarters on Delilah Road in Egg Harbor Township. The new facility will also house a new state of the art compressed natural gas fueling station, which will be opened to the public.
In Winters v. North Hudson Regional Fire and Rescue, the Court held that Plaintiff was barred from pursuing a subsequent whistleblower action after being removed from public employment in a civil service disciplinary proceeding in which he claimed retaliation.
On September 21, 2012, the Governor signed into law an amendment to the Permit Extension Act of 2008 allowing, with few exceptions, certain state, county and local development permits and approvals unexpired as of January 1, 2007 to remain valid until December 31, 2014, and in some cases until June 30, 2015. The new law marks the third amendment to the Permit Extension Act in as many years extending the life of permits and approvals valid as of January 1, 2007.