2017 New Jersey Revised Statutes
TITLE 18A - EDUCATION
Section 18A:58-33.9 - Resolution by state board of education; submission of ordinance or proposal authorizing issuance of bonds; endorsement
18A:58-33.9. Resolution by state board of education; submission of ordinance or proposal authorizing issuance of bonds; endorsement
(a) If the State Board of Education shall find that such school district is not able to provide the suitable educational facilities to comply with the provisions of said section 18A:33-1 the State Board of Education shall by resolution determine: (1) that such school district is entitled to receive additional State school building aid pursuant to this act, (2) the number of pupils in resident enrollment in such school district on September 30, 1969 for purposes of computation under this act, (3) the principal amount of bonds (which amount is hereinafter sometimes referred to as the "entitlement" ) which are to be entitled to the benefits of the provisions of this act, and (4) the maturity schedule for such principal amount of bonds approved by said board.
(b) At any time within 1 year after the adoption by the State Board of Education of the resolution referred to in subparagraph (a) with respect to a particular school district, said school district may submit to the Commissioner of Education a copy of a proposal or ordinance authorizing the issuance of bonds entitled to the benefits of this act in accordance with said resolution. If no such proposal or ordinance is submitted within 1 year the said resolution shall be of no further force and effect and the commissioner shall so notify said school district. The Commissioner of Education shall be and is hereby authorized to endorse upon any copy of such proposal or ordinance a certification thereof as being the proposal or ordinance as to which a determination of the State Board of Education has been made as aforesaid, and such endorsement shall be made in such form or manner as said commissioner shall determine.
L.1971, c. 10, s. 4, eff. Jan. 21, 1971.