New Jersey Revised Statutes § 13:1m-4 - Permit Fee; Display

13:1M-4. Permit fee; display
Each application for the permit required by section 2 of this act, or renewal thereof, shall be accompanied by a fee, established in accordance with a fee schedule adopted by the department by rule or regulation, reflecting the costs of reviewing and processing the application, and monitoring permitted activities as deemed necessary by the department. The permit holder shall submit to the Department of Environmental Protection for approval any transfer or sale of well ownership.

The original permit, or photostatic copy thereof, shall be prominently displayed in a conspicuous location at the well site, together with a document providing the name, current address, and telephone number of the permit holder and the telephone numbers of fire and emergency medical services. The permit or copy and the emergency numbers shall remain prominently displayed at all times during the course of all work authorized or required by the permit.

The department may, by rule or regulation, establish a period of time during which, and the conditions under which, permits will be valid.

Prior to the approval of any permit or amended permit, the department shall provide timely and informative notice of the permit application to the public in the affected area. The public shall be afforded an opportunity to review the permit application. Any public comment submitted to the department shall be made part of the record and considered by the department in determining whether to approve the permit. The department shall hold a public hearing on a permit application upon request by any person.

L. 1985, c. 432, s. 4, eff. Jan. 13, 1986.

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