Audit the possible misuse of $150M of NJDOT Rockfall money in Warren and Hunterdon

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Kevin Fritz
Jul 11, 2021
Is it wasteful unnecessary construction.

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Deborah Snyder
Jun 28, 2021
Deborah Snyder

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Shirley Albright
Jun 21, 2021
I was a former landowner immediately adjacent to the Devil's Tea Table. The Hunterdon County Rockfall Project Is preposterous on so many levels...and it will have deleterious results on local wells, radon contamination, threatened botanical species specific to the cliffs, traffic patterns and so much more!

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john smith
Jun 21, 2021
The project is unnecessary and an abuse of taxpayers' money

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Cheryl Pupo
Jun 20, 2021
Enough is enough

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Barbara McGavock
Jun 19, 2021
My ancestors owned this land....Warford family and Warne family.

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Kara Haas
Jun 19, 2021
This is a misuse of funds, will destroy the environment and natural views which draw people to the area, and fails to address actual safety concerns of the area.

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Karen Hertzog
May 6, 2021
I’ve lived in Kingwood Township for nearly 40 years and rockfall issues are unjustified. Seems only that ( federally funded) projects such as these feed only the same engineers and contractors for their gain at the tremendous expense of habitat, historical and geologic importance, aesthetic concerns and those who flock for recreational reasons to this greenway.
Enough is enough. Stop the assault on NJ and greed the fuels these projects.

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Craig Miller
Mar 6, 2021
This is nonsense. Same with Devil's Tea Table downstream.

Solve real problems, with well-thought out solutions. This fails both counts.

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Kyle Kinealy
Jan 17, 2021
The Delaware Water Gap is an irreplaceable state treasure and the proposed distraction is nothing short of shameful.