Interested persons may submit comments, information or arguments concerning any of the rule proposals in the New Jersey Register until the date indicated in the proposal. Submissions and any inquiries about submissions should be addressed to the agency officer specified for a particular proposal.
The required minimum period for comment concerning a proposal is 30 days. A proposing agency may extend the 30-day comment period to accommodate public hearings or to elicit greater public response to a proposed new rule or amendment. Most notices of proposal include a 60-day comment period, in order to qualify the notice for an exception to the rulemaking calendar requirements of N.J.S.A. 52:14B-3. An extended comment deadline will be noted in the heading of a proposal or appear in a subsequent notice in the Register.
At the close of the period for comments, the proposing agency may thereafter adopt a proposal, without change, or with changes not in violation of the rulemaking procedures at N.J.A.C. 1:30-6.3. The adoption becomes effective upon publication in the Register of a notice of adoption, unless otherwise indicated in the adoption notice. Promulgation in the New Jersey Register establishes a new or amended rule as an official part of the New Jersey Administrative Code.
(Source: The New Jersey Register)
|Posted in NJ Register||Regulation||Action||Adoption Date||Submit Comments By:|
|June 1, 2015||NJAC 15:23, New Jersey Professional Librarian Certification||Readoption with Amendments R. 2015 d.092||May 7, 2015||N/A|
|Feb 2, 2015||NJAC 15:23, New Jersey Professional Librarian Certification||Proposed Readoption with Amendments||N/A||April 3, 2015|
|Dec 20, 2010||NJAC 15:21, State Library Aid and Grants||Readoption with Amendments
|Nov 12, 2010||N/A|
|Dec 20, 2010||NJAC 15:22, Library Network Services||Readoption
|Nov 12, 2010||N/A|
|April 7, 2008||NJAC 15:23, New Jersey Professional Librarian Certification||Adopted as new rules
|April 7, 2008||N/A|
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