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DCA Model Statewide Municipal EV Ordinance Now in Effect
Author: Donald M. PepeDate: September 21, 2021
A Model Statewide Municipal Electric Vehicle (EV) Ordinance is now in effect throughout New Jersey. The ordinance was mandated under a new law, S-3223 (P.L.2021, c.171), requiring that Electric Vehicle Supply/Service Equipment (EVSE) and Make-Ready parking spaces be designated as a permitted accessory use in all zoning or use districts in New Jersey. The law also establishes requirements for the installation of EVSE and make-ready parking spaces in local communities.
On July 9, 2021, Gov. Phil Murphy signed S-3223 (P.L.2021, c.171) into law. Under the new law, an application for development submitted solely for the installation of EVSE or Make-Ready parking spaces will be considered as-of-right in all zoning or use districts of a municipality. As a result, municipalities can’t characterize these spaces as permitted accessory uses or permitted accessory structures and can’t require a “D” variance.
What Can We Learn from Startups Thriving in the Face of COVID-19?
While many businesses are struggling right now, the impact of COVID-19 is not universal... While many businesses are struggling right...
Does Your NJ Small Businesses Need Help With Lease Payments? New Program May Help
New Jersey continues to roll out new programs aimed to help small businesses impacted by COVID-19... New Jersey continues to...
NJEDA Providing Additional Funds to Support Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) recently announced that it is expanding its Small Business Emergency Assistance Loan Grant...
New Jersey Adopts Fantasy Sports Rules – What Operators Need to Know
The State of New Jersey recently adopted regulations governing fantasy sports operations... The State of New Jersey recently adopted regulations...
Esports Betting Gets Greenlight in New Jersey
November 27, 2019
Earlier this Month, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE) Gave Esports Betting the Greenlight The New Jersey sports...
Is Your Rental Covered Under New Jersey’s New Transient Accommodations Law?
October 23, 2019
Gov. Phil Murphy Recently Signed Legislation into Law that Amends New Jersey's Regulations Governing Transient Accommodations On August 9, 2019,...
The State of Short-Term Rentals in New Jersey
September 6, 2019
Short-Term Rentals in New Jersey and the Regulations that Govern Them are Becoming Increasingly Controversial Short-term rentals and the regulations...
Will the Federal Government Regulate Sports Betting in 2019?
December 26, 2018
The Federal Government is Looking to get Back in the Business of Regulating Sports Betting... The federal government is looking...