2017 New Jersey Revised Statutes
TITLE 40A - MUNICIPALITIES AND COUNTIES
Section 40A:4-87 - Special items of revenue and appropriations

Universal Citation: NJ Rev Stat § 40A:4-87 (2017)

40A:4-87. Special items of revenue and appropriations

40A:4-87. Special items of revenue and appropriations.

The director may approve the insertion of any special item of revenue in the budget of any local unit when such item shall have been made available by any public or private funding source and the amount thereof shall not have been determined at the time of the adoption of the budget, and may approve the insertion of an appropriation item of an amount equal to any such special item of revenue making such item of revenue available for expenditure.

A local unit may borrow money and issue its negotiable notes to meet such purpose. Such notes shall be authorized by resolution adopted by the governing body of the local unit and shall be designated as "Special (here insert purpose) Aid Notes".

Such notes shall mature not later than three months from their date and may be renewed from time to time until the end of the third month after the purpose for which the appropriation was made shall have been completed, or until the end of 31 days after the receipt in full by such local unit of all moneys anticipated from grants-in-aid or other sources for such purpose, whichever shall be later.

Any such notes that shall remain unpaid at the close of the first full fiscal year after the purpose shall have been completed shall be included in the budget of the then next succeeding fiscal year as an item of appropriation for the payment thereof. The provisions of this chapter relating to tax anticipation notes shall apply to such notes.

Amended 1989,c.226,s.1.

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