The means to establish a stable source of funding for open-space and farmland preservation is a vote away.
The means to establish a stable source of funding for open-space and farmland preservation is a vote awayEdward Potosnak
New Jersey voters have the opportunity this Election Day to make the profound choice to vote yes to protect clean drinking water and quality of life in the Garden State for generations to come.
Unfortunately, rather than spending their time protecting New Jersey’s environment, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) and its surrogates are spreading misinformation about Public Question 2, the best and only opportunity to ensure stable funding for the now-depleted Green Acres, Blue Acres, farmland, and historic preservation programs. ...
Providing stable, long-term funding for open-space, farmland, historic preservation and important environmental programs is in the voters’ hands this Election Day. The New Jersey League of Conservation Voters urges all voters to vote yes on Question 2 to protect New Jersey’s land and clean water for future generations.
More at: http://www.njspotlight.com/stories/14/10/08/op-ed-vote-yes-on-question-2-for-clean-water-quality-of-life/