Monthly Archives: February 2018

NJ Tourism Industry Association (TIA) 2018-2019

 

Bill: S1057 Sca (1R)
Sponsors:   Van Drew (D1); Gopal (D11) +1
Summary: Requires EDA, in consultation with Department of Agriculture, to establish loan program for certain vineyard and winery capital expenses.
History: 01/22/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Economic Growth Committee.
01/25/2018 – Reported out of committee with committee amendments, 2nd reading in Senate. Referred to Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee.
02/05/2018 – Reported out of committee, 2nd reading in Senate.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: S1074 Sca (1R)
Sponsors: Smith (D17); Bateman (R16) +1
Summary: Provides for protection of public’s rights under public trust doctrine.
Related: 2016:A4092; 2016:S2490
History: 01/22/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Environment and Energy Committee.
02/05/2018 – Reported out of committee with committee amendments, 2nd reading in Senate. Referred to Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: S1082 Sca (1R)
Sponsors:   Cruz-Perez (D5); Singleton (D7) +2
Summary: Provides tax credits to vineyards and wineries for qualified capital expenses.
Related: 2018:A543; 2016:A4426
History: 01/22/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Economic Growth Committee.
01/25/2018 – Reported out of committee with committee amendments, 2nd reading in Senate. Referred to Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee.
02/05/2018 – Reported out of committee, 2nd reading in Senate.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: S1083 Sca (1R)
Sponsors:  Cruz-Perez (D5); Gopal (D11) +1
Summary:  Establishes loan program and provides corporation business tax and gross income tax credits for establishment of new vineyards and wineries.
Related: 2018:A544; 2016:A4427
History: 01/22/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Economic Growth Committee.
01/25/2018 – Reported out of committee with committee amendments, 2nd reading in Senate. Referred to Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee.
02/05/2018 – Reported out of committee, 2nd reading in Senate.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: S1518
Sponsors:   Turner (D15)
Summary:  Requires cost analysis in certain cases when State department contracts out work.
Related: 2016:S1736; 2014:S1937; 2012:S1488; 2010:A2687; 2010:S1309; 2008:A3031; 2008:S873; 2006:S1345; 2004:S767; 2002:A1334; 2002:S994; 2000:A1298; 2000:S998; 1998:A186; 1998:S569; 1998:S904; 1996:A1614; 1996:S694; 1994:A3175; 1994:S2224
History: 02/05/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate State Government, Wagering, Tourism and Historic Preservation Committee.
Position: Monitor
Priority: FLAG

 

Bill: S1562
Sponsors:   Bucco (R25)
Summary:  Establishes “William’s Law,” pertaining to pool safety.
Related: 2016:S1705; 2014:S1073; 2012:S501; 2010:A878; 2010:S1278; 2008:A1213; 2008:S1089; 2006:A1805; 2006:S1042; 2004:A4221
History: 02/05/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee.
Position: Monitor
Priority: FLAG

 

Bill: S1611
Sponsors:   Smith (D17); Bateman (R16) +1
Summary:  Authorizes municipalities to establish program for public or private financing of certain energy, water, and storm resiliency projects under PACE program through use of voluntary special assessments for certain property owners.
Related: 2018:A1902; 2016:A2080; 2016:S1570; 2014:A2579; 2014:S1510; 2012:A3898; 2012:S2632
History: 02/05/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Environment and Energy Committee.
Position: Monitor
Priority: FLAG

 

Bill: S1614
Sponsors:   Van Drew (D1)
Summary:  Increases amount annually credited to Shore Protection Fund to $50 million.
Related: 2018:A826; 2016:A2954; 2016:S311; 2014:A4215; 2014:S2775
History: 02/05/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Commerce Committee.
Position: Amend
Priority: FLAG

 

Bill: S1728
Sponsors:   Cryan (D20)
Summary:  Revises law concerning ticket sales.
Related: 2018:A479; 2016:A1981; 2016:S52; 2014:A1253; 2014:S676; 2012:A2258; 2012:S875; 2010:A4347; 2010:S2901
History: 02/05/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Commerce Committee.
Position: Amend
Priority: FLAG

 

Bill: S1734
Sponsors:   Weinberg (D37)
Summary:  Authorizes prohibition, or licensure and regulation, of rental of certain space for accommodation of transient guests.
Related: 2016:A4441; 2016:S3119
History: 02/05/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee.
Position: Monitor
Priority: FLAG

 

Bill: S1740
Sponsors:   Cryan (D20)
Summary:  “Historic Property Reinvestment Act”; provides credits against certain taxes for certain costs of rehabilitating historic properties.
Related: 2018:A1311; 2016:A2046; 2016:S965; 2014:A211; 2014:S1626; 2012:A1450; 2012:S141; 2010:A1851; 2010:S659; 2008:A791; 2008:S468; 2006:A896; 2006:S2030; 2004:A781; 2004:S1416; 2002:A600; 2002:A2030; 2002:S860; 2000:A1172; 2000:S2263; 2000:S2322; 1998:A1082; 1998:S163; 1996:A2987; 1996:S2191
History: 02/05/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate State Government, Wagering, Tourism and Historic Preservation Committee.
Position: Monitor

 

Bill: S1800
Sponsors:   Singer (R30)
Summary:  Eliminates certain sales restrictions on recreational vehicles.
Related: 2016:A365; 2014:A4314
History: 02/05/2018 – Proposed for introduction.
Position: Monitor
Priority: FLAG

 

Bill: SCR89
Sponsors:   Van Drew (D1)
Summary:  Opposes seismic airgun surveying and oil and natural gas drilling off Atlantic Coast.
Related: 2018:ACR41; 2016:ACR244; 2016:SCR157
History: 02/05/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate Environment and Energy Committee.
Position: Monitor
Priority: FLAG

 

Bill: SCR93
Sponsors:   Turner (D15)
Summary:  Proposes temporary constitutional amendment allowing State constitutional convention convened to reform system of property taxation to propose statutory changes.
Related: 2018:ACR65; 2016:ACR98; 2016:SCR55; 2014:ACR91; 2014:SCR85; 2012:ACR118; 2012:SCR83; 2010:ACR68; 2010:SCR65; 2008:ACR170; 2008:SCR82; 2006:ACR107; 2006:SCR68; 2004:ACR25; 2004:SCR132
History: 02/05/2018 – Introduced and referred to Senate State Government, Wagering, Tourism and Historic Preservation Committee.
Position: Monitor

 

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