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Secretary of the Navy Richard Danzig made the announcement on 20 January 2000, and on 15 October of that year New Jersey arrived at her final resting place on the Camden Waterfront.
Two competing requests for the battleships were filed, one by the USS New Jersey Battleship Commission of Bayonne, New Jersey, and one by the Home Port Alliance of Camden, New Jersey.
Ropewalk Hill William, Lamb street, St Jude’s Hillier M. 2 Lower Montague street Hillman Ann, 76 Temple street Hobbs Alfred, Leek lane, Milk street Hobbs Henry, 14 St George’s road Hobbs John, Jacob street Hodgson George, 82 Thomas street Holder E. 2 Highbury parade Matthews George, 7 Merchant’s parade Maynard Robert, 5 York buildings M' Donald Mrs J. Church lane, Old Market Mills Thomas, Whitehouse street Moorcraft George, 1 Trenchard street Mustey John, Lower Redland road Musty Robert, Grosvenor road Newton R. 40 Clifton wood crescent Owen William, Grosvenor road Palmer Charles, Berkeley place Palmer George G. 59 Hotwell road Pay Robert, 64 Old Market street Pearce Thomas, 19 Beaufort place, Horﬁeld Pethybridge Joseph, Holton street Peet Robert, 84 Temple street Phillips Charles, 42 Stoke’s croft Pitcher T. 3 Old King street Pitt Thomas, 7 Richmond road Plumley James, 3 Silver street Pocock Charles, Whitehouse street Pope Mrs. & Son, top of Park street Smith Henry, Ashley down Squires H. 18 Gloster road Bidmead Alfred, Victoria road Biggs Charles, Bright bow, Bedminster Bishop Joseph, 22 Milk street Biss Charles, 3 Beaumont street Blandy & Co. Bridge parade Boulton & Webb, 7 St Michael’s crescent Boulton George, 1 Brookﬁeld crescent Boxall Brothers, Maryport street Bozley E. This cleared New Jersey for placement on the National Register of Historic Places, a list to which New Jersey was officially added in 2004.
13 Love street Hicks John, 3 Berkeley vale Higgs E. & Co 8 College place Hope Thomas, Horfield road Horsey E. 23 North street House Isaac, Woolcott buildings Howard James, 11 Walker street Howe Edward, Spring street Howe John, 23 Somerset street, Cathay, Redcliff Hutchins William, East street Huxtable S. 3 York buildings Ingram Henry, 5 Oxford street, Kingsdown Johnson Alfred, 66 Milk street Jones John, 8 Lower Berkeley place Jones Thomas, 26 Grosvenor road Keel Charles, Bright bow, Bedminster King Elon, 3 Marlborough street Lansdown T. Hope Chapel hill Long John, Griffin lane Longstreth John, 15 Trenchard street Martin J. 18 Freeland place Norman William, 3 Lower Maudlin street Nurse William, Gloster terrace, Rownham Oatway _. 25 White street Baylis Richard, 43 Maryport street Beak Sarah, 19 Picton street Beer Martha, 8 Avon street, Temple Bellringer Charles, Essex street Bevan W. Mead street Brock Miss Elizabeth, 7 Albemarle place Brown J. Paul street Brown John, West street Brown John, Sims’s alley Brown R. In 1997, while the ship was still in the mothball fleet, the New Jersey State Review Board for Historic Sites recommended that it "be listed in the New Jersey Register of Historic Places, contingent upon the transfer of the battleship to New Jersey waters." In 2004, the State of New Jersey officially designated the battleship as an historical place.
Section 1011 required the United States Secretary of the Navy to list and maintain Iowa and Wisconsin on the Naval Vessel Register, while Section 1012 required the Secretary of the Navy to strike New Jersey from the Naval Vessel Register and transfer the battleship to a not-for-profit entity in accordance with section 7306 of Title 10, United States Code.
Canon’s marsh Clark Miss, 8 Thomas street, Kingsdown Clark W. 4 Penn street Drewett Henry, 44 Marlborough street Duck & Co. New Jersey remained in mothball fleet until the Strom Thurmond National Defense Authorization Act of 1999 passed through the United States Congress 18 October 1998.