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In conjunction with the New Jersey Turfgrass & Landscape Conference at The Borgata, Atlantic City, NJ, you are cordially invited to attend the Annual Meeting of your association on Wednesday, December 10, 2014. Cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, and pasta/carving stations will be available. This is a no charge event.
NOTE: The two classes offered in water conservation that will take place on Wednesday, December 10th from 8:00am - 5:00pm prior to the Annual Meeting Activities are SOLD OUT. For those contractors in need of CECs for their license renewal, plan to join us at the Winter Tech Conference, January 19-22, 2015 at the Crowne Plaze Hotel, Jamesburg. The CECs you take at this conference can count toward your 2015 license renewal. See below.

2015 Winter Tech Conference - January 19-22, 2015 Crowne Plaza Hotel, Jamesburg, NJ
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The Assembly of Regulatory Professions Committee met on October 23, 2014 to consider A-3397 which abolishes the Landscape Irrigation Contractors Examining Board in the Department of Environmental Protection and transfers regulation of landscape irrigation contractors.

The Irrigation Association of New Jersey testified in support, noting that the bill sought to make the licensure of landscape irrigation more efficient by “bringing the regulators closer to the regulation.” They noted that, while the legislature decided in 1993 to house the licensure program in DEP due to the water cycle, 20 years of experience has proven that the UCC program is best equipped to interface with municipal code inspectors. There was no opposition testimony and the bill was released unanimously.


Winter Tech 2015 is scheduled for January 19-23 - in time for contractors to get CECs and renew their licenses by Janaury 31, 2015.

LICEB Board Member Gaetano Virone (Environmental Designers Irrigation) recently reported that the board has taken enforcement action on several cases regarding non-licensed irrigation contractors.  In September, two cases were referred to the board; five companies had penalities issued to them; and two cases were closed after action taken.

Mr. Virone will be updating the IANJ on various actions taken by LICEB going forward.


IANJ President Mike Edmiston took the "Ice Bucket" Challenge
at the 3rd Annual IANJ/NJLCA Golf Outing on September 9 at Galloping Hills Golf Club, Kenilworth.
Mike "lost" the challenge with NJLCA on which organization brought the most golfers.  Despite cloudy skies and some misty rain, 117 golfers all loved the course.

New Contractor Business Permit Application Required by DEP.
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2014 IANJ Member Directory
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Governor Christie once again proclaims July as Smart Irrigation Month. Download a copy of the proclamation and display it in your businesses and to your customers. Go to for more ideas you can use to promote this to your clients.

CEC Regulations Adopted by LICEB and State
February 19, 2014. At their monthly meeting, the Landscape Irrigation Contractors Licensing Board, Department of Environmental Protection, formally adopted the regulations defining the continuing education credits needed for contractor license renewal every two years. These regulations were officially signed by LICEB and the Department of the Attorney General and go into effect March 17, 2014.

LICEB will formally notify all state licensed contractors of the regulations which require 16 CECs, of which a minimum of eight (8) CECs must be in a training activity related to water conservation. Additionally, a business permit application (at no fee) will be required. Click here to download this form.

2013 Lifetime Achievement Award to Ed Santalone, Sr.
Industry and association pioneer, Edward Santalone, Sr. was honored at the 2013 IANJ Annual Meeting at the Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City on December 5. Members of the Santalone and Atlantic Irrigation Specialties families were on hand to congratulate Mr. Santalone for his contributions to the industry.


The Irrigation of New Jersey is a partner with American Water on this special initiative to conserve water and utilize the best irrigation practices for smart irrigation.

Please feel free to download this informative brochure and make it available to your customers and clients. This can also be used to start promoting July's smart Irrigation Month! Click here for the brochure