N.J.S.A 45:1-21.1. Information on DEP application compliance, seminar attendance

45:1-21.1. Information on DEP application compliance, seminar attendance

2. a. A board obtaining information from the Department of Environmental Protection pursuant to section 1 of P.L.1991, C. 418 (C. 13:1D-110) on the compliance of a member of a regulated profession with the requirements for completed applications of the department, shall annually develop a detailed written summary of the information gathered by the department pursuant to P.L.1991, C. 418 (C. 13:1D-110) regarding compliance with the department’s requirements for completed applications and attendance records for continuing education seminars required to be filed with the department pursuant to section 2 of P.L.1991, C. 419 (C. 13:1D-117).

b. Any reasonable costs incurred in preparation of the report required pursuant to this section may be included in the charges authorized pursuant to P.L.1974, C. 46 (45:1-3. Expenses of boards paid from income; surplus paid to state treasurer; accounts.2).

C. Information required to be compiled by a board pursuant to this section, shall be deemed to be public records subject to the requirements of P.L.1963, C. 73 (47:1A-1 Legislative findings, declarationS. et seq.).

L.1991,C. 420,S.2.

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