Congressman Frank Pallone

Was NJ short-changed in HUD flood mitigation grants?
When the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) set aside almost a billion dollars for flood mitigation, New Jersey sought $300 million, say Democrats representing the state in the House of Representatives. So how did the state manage to obtain only $15 million?
Offshore Drilling Hearing Set
Shore lawmakers and environmental activists are getting their wish when it comes to the controversial plan to allow offshore oil drilling off the Atlantic coast.
Well, part of it, anyway.
Federal officials have announced a public hearing on the plan to be held in Atlantic City next week...
Shore Leaders Say “Kill the Drill”
New Jersey's delegation in Washington, DC, is joining forces in asking the Obama Administration to "kill the drill."
The #KillTheDrill campaign refers to the Department of the Interior's newly-released Oil and Gas Leasing Draft Proposed Program for 2017-2022 (DPP), which w…
Seismic Study Still Making Waves
Planned seismic airgun testing off the Jersey Shore is still at the center of a heated debate.
As approvals for the study move forward, Shore Congressman Frank Pallone (NJ-06) is spearheading a last-ditch effort to prevent the tests, which he fears for several reasons...
A Call to Action Against Drilling
Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Booker (both D-NJ) and Shore Congressman Frank Pallone (NJ-06) are calling on the Obama Administration to keep the Jersey Shore and the entire Atlantic Coast closed to offshore oil and gas drilling.
The federal Bureau of Ocean and Energy Management (BOEM) has begun the …
Army Corp Dredge Pumps Sand Out of the Shark River Inlet
A Shark River Dredging project gets a visit from local and Federal officials in Belmar. New Jersey 6th District (D) Representative Frank Pallone, U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, Belmar Officials as well as Recreational Fishing advocates observed the maintenance dredging of the Shark River Inlet Monday…

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