2017 New Jersey Revised Statutes
TITLE 40A - MUNICIPALITIES AND COUNTIES
Section 40A:2-47 - Self-liquidating improvements and extensions

Universal Citation: NJ Rev Stat § 40A:2-47 (2017)

40A:2-47. Self-liquidating improvements and extensions

Obligations to finance an improvement or extension of a municipal public utility shall be deemed to be for a self-liquidating purpose in the fiscal year in which the obligations to finance the same shall have been authorized or issued:

a. if such utility would have been self-liquidating during the last fiscal year had there been included in the interest and debt redemption charges for such year an amount equal to interest for 1 year at the rate of 4 1/2 % per annum on such obligations, and the amount of the first installment of serial bonds legally issuable to finance such improvement or extension plus an amount for charges as aforesaid with respect to all bonds and notes authorized but not issued for such utility;

b. if the local government board or, in the case of a project consisting of acquisition of land areas needed for a redevelopment housing project, the Division of Planning and Development in the Department of Conservation and Economic Development, shall determine by order on the basis of a project report that said utility would have been self-liquidating during the last preceding fiscal year if there had been included interest and debt redemption charges for said obligations and prospective income from said improvement or extension, or that said utility would have been self-liquidating if charges had been collected in said last preceding fiscal year as prescribed in said report.

The local government board or, in the case of a project consisting of acquisition of land areas needed for a redevelopment housing project, the Division of Planning and Development in the Department of Conservation and Economic Development are hereby authorized and empowered to make any determination required by this chapter.

L.1960, c. 169, s. 1, eff. Jan. 1, 1962.

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