Don't let another devastating hurricane season go by without concrete action from Trenton.
In 2020, you made a promise to protect New Jersey residents from the dangerous and destructive impacts of climate change by making our communities more resilient. Meanwhile, catastrophic flooding has destroyed or damaged hundreds of homes, disabled vital infrastructure, cost tax payers millions of dollars, and claimed at least 30 lives.
Now you're preventing the NJDEP from reining in development--of homes, schools, businesses, and infrastructure--in areas that are at high risk of flooding.
What are you waiting for, Governor Murphy?
Stop blocking the DEP's emergency flood hazard rules and quit stalling on NJPACT.