NJ Power Project Skirted Proper Review, Suit Claims

Law360 (August 19, 2019, 6:21 PM EDT) -- Newark, New Jersey, and an energy company are violating local, state and federal statutes and the U.S. Constitution by moving forward with the installation of 65-foot-tall utility poles in a historic district without first obtaining necessary reviews and approvals, a group of residents have alleged in New Jersey federal court.

New Jersey’s largest city and Public Services Electric & Gas Co. are violating the regulations by allowing the project between two substations to go forward based on false information that the residents allege was done with officials’ knowledge, according to the complaint filed Thursday in the District of New Jersey by...

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