2013 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 18A - EDUCATION
Section 18A:64L-4 - Duties of staff of service


NJ Rev Stat § 18A:64L-4 (2013) What's This?

18A:64L-4. Duties of staff of service
4. The director and staff of the CPTAS shall:



a. Establish a data base of information on available and promising new coastal protection methods and make this information available, upon request, to county and municipal governmental entities;

b. Evaluate, or cause to be evaluated, available and promising new coastal protection methods as to practicability, technical performance, and cost effectiveness;

c. Promote sharing of information on coastal protection methods between interested and knowledgeable parties and county and municipal governmental entities within the State;

d. Sponsor or conduct conferences, workshops, and demonstration projects to publicize successful coastal protection methods;

e. Identify problem areas in developing or implementing coastal protection methods, and encourage academic, corporate, or public efforts for their resolution;

f. Compile and disseminate, upon request, lists of engineering and other consulting services engaged in coastal protection work;

g. Promote, in consultation with the Department of Environmental Protection and Energy, demonstration projects for available and promising new coastal protection methods, and disseminate the results of such demonstration projects;

h. Document and publicize successful coastal protection methods and projects;

i. Provide information on available public and private funding sources for coastal protection efforts and projects;

j. Provide general information on federal and State regulations concerning coastal protection efforts and projects;

k. Collect and disseminate educational and training materials to assist county and municipal governmental employees with respect to undertaking or supervising coastal protection efforts or projects;

l. Make on-site visits to coastal protection projects upon request of a county or municipal governmental entity, and make on-site assessments thereof;

m. Provide, in consultation with the Department of Environmental Protection and Energy, extension services to county and municipal governmental entities concerning coastal protection, including, upon request, outreach and technical advice on coastal protection methods and projects; and

n. Submit annually to the Legislature a review and evaluation of State and federal coastal protection programs and projects.

L.1993,c.176,s.4.


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