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E. JAMES FERLAND TO HEAD A CITIZENS COMMITTEE IN SUPPORT OF $345 MILLION BOND ISSUE

 E. JAMES FERLAND TO HEAD A CITIZENS COMMITTEE IN SUPPORT
 OF $345 MILLION BOND ISSUE
 NEWARK, N.J., Sept. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) Chairman E. James Ferland has accepted an invitation from Gov. Jim Florio to head a citizens committee in support of the $345 million Green Acres, Clean Water, Farmland, and Historic Preservation Bond Issue.
 Ferland said the goal of the committee will be to raise public awareness of the bond issue on the November ballot and conduct a public information campaign to educate voters on the importance of its passage.
 "The future of New Jersey and its quality of life are at stake," Ferland said. "Our task is to make sure voters don't overlook the bond issue in an election that will be dominated by the presidential and congressional contests. This will be a nonpartisan effort involving all sectors of our society and all regions of New Jersey."
 Gov. Florio noted that Ferland headed a similar campaign in 1989. "Thanks to those efforts, New Jerseyans overwhelmingly approved a $300 million Open Space Preservation Bond referendum. I'm pleased that Jim Ferland is again answering the call on behalf of New Jersey, its residents and its environment. We appreciate his efforts in helping to keep New Jersey clean and green."
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 /CONTACT: Neil Brown of Public Service Electric and Gas Company, 201-430-6017/ CO: Public Service Electric and Gas Company ST: New Jersey IN: UTI SU:


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