Government contacts for Baysave

Please contact our government officials to say that it is WRONG for the State of New Jersey to sue Sandy victims like us solely because rebuilding, permitting and financial recovery at the bayshore is moving so slowly.

If you landed on this page because you offered to contact a government official on our behalf, THANK YOU! Most government officials are not aware of the actions on NJDEP here at Money Island New Jersey. Please let them know that it is wrong for the State of New Jersey to sue the individuals and businesses at Money Island New Jersey simply because they are unhappy with the pace of post-Sandy recovery.

The following eight New Jersey state officials control much of the future of Money Island and the bayshore recovery issues. They are directly responsible for the decision of the State to sue Baysave, its officers and affiliates. Our three federal official are also included only to the extent that they have offered statements of support but they are not empowered to take direct action to stop the state’s lawsuit against us.


Governor Phil Murphy

Twitter: @GovMurphy

Web form (although his office has never responded to any of my requests): https://www.nj.gov/governor/contact/all/

Phone: (609) 292-6000

Mail: Office of the Governor
PO Box 001
Trenton, NJ 08625

My message: “Please support me and other Sandy victims here at Money Island being sued by the NJ Attorney General simply because some officials in government are unhappy with the slow pace of post-Sandy financial recovery and permitting. We are working as hard as we can to rebuild our lives after losing our homes and businesses and receiving no help from government in the recovery process. It is WRONG for the state to be using the massive power of the AG against poor rural citizens suffering in a depressed post-Sandy community making it even more difficult to rebuild our lives. Pease put an end to the legal prosecution while we continue to work on our financial recovery and land use permitting issues”.


Lieutenant Governor Sheila Oliver

Twitter: @LtGovOliver

Same other contact information as the Governor

NJ Attorney General Gurbir Grewal

Twitter: @GurbirGrewalNJ

Phone: 609-984-5828

Email/Webform: https://www.nj.gov/lps/formmail.htm

Mail: Office of The Attorney General
RJ Hughes Justice Complex
25 Market Street, Box 080
Trenton, NJ 08625-0080


State Senator Jeff Van Drew

Twitter: @jeffvandrew

Phone: (609) 465-0700

Email: SenVanDrew@njleg.org

Mail: School House Office Park

211 S. Main St. Suite 104.

Cape May Court House, NJ 08210


NJ Assemblyman  Bob  Andrzejczak

Twitter: @BobAndrzejczak

Same mail address and phone as Van Drew


NJ Assemblyman Bruce Land

Same mail address and phone as Van Drew


NJDEP Commissioner Catherine McCabe

Twitter: @NJDEPMcCabe

Mail: 401 E. State St.
7th Floor, East Wing
P.O. Box 402
Trenton, NJ 08625-0402

Phone: (609) 292-2885
Fax: (609) 292-7695


New Jersey Senate Majority Leader Steve Sweeney

Twitter: @NJSenatePres


US Senator Cory Booker

Twitter: @CoryBooker

Mail: One Gateway Center
23rd Floor
Newark, NJ 07102

Phone: (202) 224-3224 or 973-639-8700

Fax: 973-639-8723

Email of helpful Aid: Zach_McCue@booker.senate.gov


US Senator Bob Menendez

Twitter: @SenatorMenendez

Mail: One Gateway Center, Suite 1100
Newark, New Jersey 07102

Phone: 973-645-3030
Fax: 973-645-0502

Tim Hillman Aid Direct: 973-645-6640


US Congressional Representative Frank LoBiondo

Twitter: @RepLoBiondo 

Mail: 5914 Main Street Suite 103
Mays Landing, NJ 08330-1746

Fax: 609-625-5071

Phone: (202) 225-6572 or 609- 625-5008

Email: lobiondo@mail.house.gov

 

 

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