2013 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Section 34:1-5.2 - Annual mean population of resort municipalities.

NJ Rev Stat § 34:1-5.2 (2013) What's This?

34:1-5.2 Annual mean population of resort municipalities.

3.As used in this act:

"Annual mean population" means for each resort municipality the following:

12P + 3SP

AMP =.................


where AMP equals Annual Mean Population

P equals Population

SP equals Seasonal Population.

"Population" means the year-round population of the resort municipality shown in the most recent State population estimates published by the Department of Labor, except that in the year of promulgation of a federal decennial census, the census figures shall be used.

"Resort municipality" means a municipality which, because of its recreational, entertainment or amusement characteristics or facilities or its close proximity to such characteristics or facilities, experiences a total increase during the seasonal period in the number of persons temporarily resident therein of 25 percent or more of its population.

"Seasonal population" means the average of the estimated number of persons temporarily resident in the municipality during the three consecutive months when the temporary population is greatest.

"Temporarily resident" means the occupying for any period of time during the seasonal period by any person not counted as a resident of the municipality for population purposes of an accommodation in a rented residential unit or vacation home.


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