VAN DREW INTRODUCES BILL TO UPDATE MASTER PLAN REVISION RULES

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A new bill has been presented in Trenton by State Senator Jeff Van Drew to only force towns to redo their master plan every 10 years as opposed to every six years. The current rule forces towns to go over the plan every six years, which costs money to put together. Van Drew told Coastal Broadcasting most towns don’t need to change it every six years and this is another easy way to save money for local taxpayers.

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