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The NY/NJ Baykeeper 5/16/99

 

http://www.betterwaterfront.com Hoboken Coalition for a Better Waterfront

http://www.rosaopenspace.org/  Roseland Property is knocking on the door in Ridgefield Connecticut.

http://www.hudsonriver.com        Hudson River Information
www.geocities.com/~hartwheels     Hudson County Alliance for Rational Transportation, many links to related sites
http://realtimes.com/rtnews/rtipages/19980611_easement.htm   Article on NJ Home Builder's lawsuit against the NJ DEP  Challenging the legality of a state mandated Hudson River Walkway on private land.

http://www.njfuture.org     Leaders in the crusade for smarter land use, and nationally recognized promoters of sustainable economic,environmental and social progress for all Garden State citizens.

http://nbcin.newschannel4.com/tvsd/features/skycam/inlincoln.shtml Live shot of traffic at the Lincoln Tunnel

http://www.hrpoca.com/whatsnew.htm     The Hudson River Property Owners and Conservators Association (HRPOCA) has petitioned Governor Christine Whitman for help in securing additional public funding to complete the Hudson River Walkway

http://www.state.nj.us/lps/elec/ NJ Election Law Enforcement Commission

http://www.hudsonedc.org/demographics.html     Hudson County Demographics

http://www.piperinfo.com/state/slnj.html     Guide to NJ Government Web Sites

http://www.senate.gov/  Guide to the US Senate
http://www.house.gov/   Guide to the US House

http://www.tray.com/fecinfo/ Federal Election Commission National Politicians Campaign Contributors

http://www.soc.american.edu/campfin/njfec.html NJ State Representatives Campaign Contributors

http://www.state.nj.us/governor/officeo.htm Link to Governer Whitman’s Office

http://www.tpl.org         Trust for Public Land, Preservation of Public Land

http://www.tray.com/cgi-win/_itoc.exe?H2NJ13075MENENDEZ,$ROBERT98     Direct link to 98 Menendez Contributors
http://www.tray.com/cgi-win/_itoc.exe?H2NJ13075MENENDEZ,$ROBERT96     Direct link to 96 Menendez Contributors
http://www.com/hpi/fedind/2nj13075.html Direct Link to Congressman Menendez's 1996 Campaign Contributors

http://www.dot.gov/affairs/mar0396.htm    Secretary of Transportation Federico Peņa announces a $1.5 million loan guarantee
                                                            for new passenger ferry.

http://xroads.virginia.edu/~CAP/HAM/hamintro.html Biography of Alexander Hamilton

http://www.cre.org/lastname.html Counselours of Real Estate Consultants

http://njlawnet.com/ NJ Law Network. Legal Information.

http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/ NJ State Legislature Homepage

http://www.njslom.com/ NJ State League of Municipalities

http://njpo.org/ NJ Planning Officials. Serving Land Use Board and Professional in NJ

http://www.state.nj.us/dep/       NJ Dept. of Environmental Protection   

http://www.state.nj.us/alphaserv.html    NJ List of State Services

http://www.igc.apc.org/CleanTransportation/Stealth2.htm     Stealth Highway--Transformation of River Road

http://www.crp.org         Center for Responsible Politics
http://www.crp.org/capi/index.html-ssi NJ Candidates Campaign Contributors

http://www.state.nj.us/dep/greenacres/staff.htm   Green Acres Staff
http://www.state.nj.us/dep/greenacres/state.htm     Green Acres

 

www.bergentransit2000.org This is an very good site which has the information on the rail links planned for Bergen County...also this site has other links to various transportation sites

http://njtpa.njit.edu This is the North Jersey Transportaion Planning Authority. Useful to see planning going on on a regional basis

www.njtransit.state.nj.us This is New Jersey Transit. Goverment stuff

www.panynj.gov This is the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.  Mostly P.R. but theres an interesting source of information here...financial information about the PA and other regional financial info

http://www.imlab.uiuc.edu/eslarp/la/LA437-F95/proposals/project_proposal/jj_proposal.html This is a site for the East St. Louis Waterfront development.....apparently East St. Louis has a situation akin to Weehawken in that a huge vacant stretch of land now appears ripe for development on the Mississippi which was formerly industrial...extremely useful as a comparison....on this site you can see that there is a very systematic way to approach design issues, design goals, preservation issues, etc.

http://www.amcity.com/albany/stories/081897/story3.html check this out.....this news article quotes Kevin Millington, a coastal resource specialist for the New York State Department of State's Division of Coastal Resources in Albany, an agency that assists communities in developing waterfronts. This agency is dealing with the revitalization of the 'waterfronts' on the old Erie Canal......dozens of communities along the Canal are planning various waterfront walkways and the like and money is available in New York for this purpose.