April 15, 2020Reading Time: < 1 minute
TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy signed Executive Order No. 127, extending various deadlines associated with rulemaking for state agencies until 90 days following the end of the public health emergency. The order additionally allows for any rules or emergency rules that would expire during the current public health emergency to be extended until 90 days following the end of the public health emergency.
“Every state agency is fully focused on the fight against COVID-19 right now,” said Governor Murphy. “This executive order provides them with the flexibility they need by extending deadlines associated with their normal rulemaking work until after this crisis is over.”
The order will take effect immediately. Read the full Executive Order HERE.
By Stacey Ruhle Kliesch, AIA, AIA NJ Advocacy Consultant | Posted in AIA-NJ News, Business, Codes & Regulations | Tagged: #COVID19, #ExecutiveOrder, #ExecutiveOrder127, #GovernorPhilMurphy, #Permits | Comments (0)
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