Real Estate Journal — New Jersey — June 14 - 27, 2019 — 3B


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ore than 80 LSRPs, associate members, and sponsors, dwarfed The Site Remediation ReformAct created the profession of Licensed Site Remediation Professionals LSRPA celebrates 10 years of the SRRA M

former industrial sites, have completed the requirements for remediation. It has led to redevelopment in urban areas and counties throughout NJ. The Site Remediation Reform Act, which was signed into law in May 2009, created the profession of Licensed Site Re- mediation Professionals, who now guide most responsible parties through the timelines and regulations of the New Jersey Department of Envi- ronmental Protection for site remediation. More than seven hundred women and men are now LSRPs in New Jersey. 

by massive sculptures in stone and iron, feted the 10th anni- versary of the LSRP profession on May 15th at the Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton. Once the New Jersey Fairgrounds, the Grounds for Sculpture reclaimed the unused land in the 1980s, much as LSRPs have reclaimed contaminated sites for redevelopment for a decade. Caryn Barnes of Langan, the current LSRPA president, raised a toast to the LSRPs, including the eight people who have served as LSRPA president, to acknowledge a job well done and a strong future for site remediation in New Jersey. Since the cre- ation of LSRPs, more than 14,000 cases, including many SMILE recognizes Atkins Companies recognized by Hopatcong Residents WEST ORANGE, NJ — Atkins Companies was pre- sented with a framed letter of appreciation for constructing a new 4,700 s/f independent living facility located in Ho- patcong for residents of SMILE (Steven Milford Independent Living Experience) of Hopat- cong. SMILE is a nonprofit dedicated to establishing safe and uniquely designed homes for adults with intellectual and developmental disabili- ties. The home was completed in September of 2018 and can accommodate five adults with developmental disabilities, marking the first completed independent living facility for SMILE of Hopatcong. Founded in 2010 by Allan and Patricia Milford, The Ste- ven Milford Independent Liv- ing Experience (SMILE) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to serving individuals with intellectual and develop- mental disabilities as they face the challenges of adulthood.  Shown from left: Bob Atkins, Managing Partner, Atkins Cos, Nathaniel Bartsch, Javier Payano, Steven Milford, Carl Strehl, Chick Atkins, Principal, Atkins Cos.

Former presidents of the LSRPA celebrated the 10th anniversary at the recent event. Pictured from left to right are Sue Boyle, Nick DeRose, Ken Goldstein, John Oberer, Current President Caryn Barnes, and Steve Posten. Not pictured are former presidents Mark Fisher and Rodger Ferguson.

We have indeed come a longway in ten years. We:

August 1, 2019 - Trenton Thunder Baseball Game, Arm&Hammer Ballpark, Trenton, NJ

· Have grown to over 800 members · Hold continuing education courses throughout the state · Created a foundation and scholarship fund for students in related fields · Host a very successful annual golf event to raise money for our scholarship program · Held amulti-day conference attended by nearly 400 people for the second consecutive year That is somethingworth celebrating!

September 17 , 2019 - LSRPAMember Breakfast, EastWindsor, NJ

October 3, 2019 - 4th Annual Golf &Networking Event, Royce Brook Country Club, Hillsborough, NJ

October 7, 2019 - Professional Ethics 2018-082 MGP Conference, Philadelphia, PA

October  15, 2019 - LSRPAMember Breakfast, Alps Diner, Wayne, NJ

October 29, 2019 - Prevention of Adverse Community Exposure DuringHazardousWaste Site Clean-ups, 2018- 062, FlorhamPark, NJ

October 30, 2019 - Due Diligence inNew Jersey, 2018-044, Princeton, NJ

November  19 , 2019 - LSRPAMember Breakfast, Sunset Diner, Ocean Township, NJ

December  17, 2019 - LSRPAMember Breakfast, Ponzio's diner, Cherry Hill, NJ

Click here to register: https://www.lsrpa.org/events

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