New Jersey Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno will chair the final public meeting of the Red Tape Review Group at Montclair State University’s University Hall Conference Center on March 23, 2010 at 3:00 p.m. The meeting is open to the public and members of the public will have the opportunity to participate.
The Red Tape Review Panel was created to examine the
administrative rule-making process in New Jersey. The topic of the meeting is "Reforming Regulations Based on the 'Common Sense Principles' for Rulemaking" and the panel members will take comments on proposed regulations that may have been frozen (as per Executive Order #1) or existing regulations that are overly burdensome, duplicative, or in conflict with those of agencies, etc. (as per Executive Order #2).
Members of the public who wish to testify before the panel are asked to bring printed copies of their remarks and submissions for the panel members. Those who do not plan to testify but wish to attend the meeting are also welcome. Everyone attending the meeting will be asked to show identification and to sign in a log book. They will then be given a visitor’s pass to wear throughout the hearing.
Members of the University Community must show their University ID cards to attend the meeting. The Montclair State University Police Department will be handling security for the hearing and will be implementing appropriate security measures.
In addition to Lt. Gov. Guadangno, the Red Tape Review Group includes Senate Majority Leader Barbara Buono (D-Middlesex), Senator Steve Orocho (R-Sussex), Assemblyman John Burzichelli (D-Gloucester), Assemblyman Scott Rumana (R-Passaic), State Acting Community Affairs Commissioner Lori Grifa, and State Acting Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin.
Note: An online Web cast of the hearing that was originally scheduled will not be taking place.Parking Information and Directions
Those attending the hearing may park free of charge in the Red Hawk Deck parking garage located on the campus.
From Normal Avenue, visitors should turn onto College Avenue. College Avenue will bend to the left and the Red Hawk Deck will be visible on the right, after the bend, adjacent to the Alexander Kasser Theater. After parking in the deck, visitors may exit the garage on foot from the fifth level onto the walking path that leads directly to University Hall/The College of Education and Human Services (it is a Spanish Mission Style building—the largest building on campus). Once in University Hall, visitors should go through the lobby and take the elevators at the north end of the building to the Conference Center on the seventh floor.
Montclair State University is also accessible from the NJ Transit Montclair-Boonton Line at the Montclair Heights train station or by NJ Transit bus. Please visit www.njtransit.com for additional information.
Please contact Shivaun Gaines, Montclair State University Director of Government Relation for information regarding the public hearing at email@example.com or 973-655-7648.