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Limiting Phosphorus in Surface Water: Who Pays?


Pamela S. Goodwin, Princeton Office Managing Partner, and Jane Kozinski, Special Counsel in the Environment, Energy and Utilities Department and resident in the Princeton office, wrote this article for the quarterly magazine for the New Jersey Conference of Mayors.

Ms. Goodwin and Ms. Kozinski examine the possible outcomes if the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's proposed amendments to several regional water quality management plans are passed.

The amendments are proposed in an effort to reduce phosphorus in the state's rivers and streams, but could have significant future impacts for municipalities statewide.

To read the article, click the link below.