2013 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 18A - EDUCATION
Section 18A:13-24 - Appropriations; certification; apportionment; assessment and collection among constituent districts
18A:13-24. Appropriations; certification; apportionment; assessment and collection among constituent districts
The amounts to be raised for annual or special appropriations and for interest upon, and the redemption of, bonds for regional districts shall be certified by the regional board of education to, and shall be apportioned among the municipalities included within the regional district as follows:
a. When the regional district is located wholly within one county, said amounts shall be certified to the county board of taxation of the county and shall be apportioned by it among such municipalities in the manner, and upon the basis, prescribed in this article; or
b. When the regional district is located in more than one county, said amount shall be certified to the county board of taxation of the county in which the largest number of regional district pupils are resident, and said amounts shall be apportioned by said county board of taxation, among such municipalities in the manner, and upon the basis, prescribed in this article.
The share of the amount to be raised by taxation in each municipality included in a regional district shall be certified to the appropriate county board of taxation by the Commissioner of Education.
The amounts apportioned to each such included municipality shall be assessed, levied and collected in the same manner and at the same time as other school taxes are assessed, levied and collected therein and shall be paid upon requisition as in other Type II school districts.
L.1967, c.271; amended by L.1975, c. 212, s. 30, eff. July 1, 1976.
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