Township of Knowlton, NJ
Warren County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Committee of the Township of Knowlton by Ord. No. 79-12 (Ch. XIV of the Revised General Ordinances). Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Fire and Rescue Volunteer Company — See Ch. 26.
Fire Prevention Bureau — See Ch. 29.

§ 101-1 Adoption of standards by reference.

Pursuant to P.L. 1975, c. 217,[1] and Title 5, Chapter 23, Subchapter 4 of the New Jersey Administrative Code, the model code of the Building Officials and Code Administrator's International, Inc., known as the "BOCA Basic Fire Prevention Code/1978," including all subsequent revisions and amendments thereto, is hereby adopted.
[1]
Editor's Note: See N.J.S.A. 52:27D-119 et seq.

§ 101-2 Fee schedule.

A. 
The following fee schedule is hereby adopted:
(1) 
Torch to remove paint: $5.
(2) 
Two thousand five hundred cubic feet of combustible empty packing: $25.
(3) 
Airports, heliports and helistops: $25.
(4) 
Application of flammable finishes: $25.
(5) 
Bowling pin refinishing, resurfacing lanes: $25.
(6) 
Dry-cleaning plants: $15.
(7) 
Dust explosion hazards: $25.
(8) 
Fruit ripening processing plant: $25.
(9) 
Thermal insecticidal fogging: $10.
(10) 
Lumberyards: $25.
(11) 
Oven or furnace: $10.
(12) 
Place of assembly:
(13) 
Under 100 people: $15.
(14) 
Over 100 people: $25.
(15) 
Service stations and garages: $25.
(16) 
Tents and air-supported structures: $15.
(17) 
Tire rebuilding plants: $25.
(18) 
Junkyards: $20.
(19) 
Welding and cutting: $10.
(20) 
Cellulose nitrate motion-picture film: $25.
(21) 
Cellulose nitrate plastics: $25.
(22) 
Combustible fibers: $25.
(23) 
Compressed gases: $25.
(24) 
Cryogenic liquids: $20.
(25) 
Explosives, ammunition and blasting agents (together with cost of notifying nearby residents; and posting of bond): $15.
(26) 
Fireworks: $15.
(27) 
Flammable and combustible liquids storage: $25.
(28) 
Hazardous materials and chemicals: $50.
(29) 
Liquefied petroleum gases: $25.
(30) 
Magnesium: $25.
(31) 
Matches: $50.
(32) 
Organic coatings: $10.

§ 101-3 Enforcement.

Pursuant to a Township resolution dated October 22, 1976, the Township Committee delegates the function of enforcement of the BOCA Basic Fire Prevention Code/1978 to the Department of Community Affairs, Division of Housing, Bureau of Construction Code Enforcement, State of New Jersey.