Township of Livingston, NJ
Essex County
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  1. § 227-8 Hot water.
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    In all buildings occupied for residential purposes by two or more families, and when the owner thereof shall have agreed to supply hot water, there shall be supplied sufficient hot water, at least 140° F.
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  2. § 227-10 Water supply.
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    ... or potable purposes, any water, unless the same shall be of ... be put and unless the said water shall fully meet the ... cistern, or other source of water, the water of which is used for domestic ... discontinue the use of said water and the well, cistern or ...
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  3. § 316-6 Water charges.
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    ... by Ord. No. 27-2014 ] The owners of each structure or lot supplied with water shall be liable for the payment of the price or rent of such supply or use ...
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  4. § 316-11 Water flow test.
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    ... by the Superintendent of Water and a copy of the report ... be sent to the Division of Water and Sewers. All hydrants and water valves will be operated by Water Department personnel only.
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  5. § 316-24 Duration of water emergency.
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    ... to the Township Manager that the water emergency cease. Upon such a ... Township Manager may declare the water emergency ended and the water use restrictions identified in § ...
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  6. § 316-23 Water use restrictions.
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    ... Note: See also § 316-20 , Water use restrictions. Upon the declaration of a water emergency in the Township by ... conservation measures; and Water uses including but not ... upon the declaration of a water emergency in the Township: The watering of all plant growth, except ...
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  7. § 316-20 Water use restrictions.
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    ... Restrictions on outdoor lawn water use apply to all users in the ... of supply (e.g., public water supplies, well or ... C , Exemptions. Such water use shall conform to the following outdoor landscape water use restrictions: Lawn watering with a hose or hose-end ...
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  8. § 316-22 Declaration of water emergency.
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    ... the Township Manager that a water emergency be declared. Said ... findings which specify which water use restrictions, if any, ... of time; Below-average water levels in municipal streams or other surface water bodies; Declaration of a water emergency by the Governor; ...
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  9. § 316-13 Interference with water equipment.
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    No person shall attach, alter or extend any water pipe or make any alteration in any tapcock or ... under the direction of the Supervisor of Water and Sewers.
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  10. § 316-27 Enforcement of water use restrictions.
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    The water use restrictions imposed ... shall be enforced during a water emergency by the Police ... find a violation of the water use restrictions, regardless of the source of the water, the violator shall be given ... for the violation of the water use restrictions imposed ...
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  11. § 316-10 Water meter repairs and replacements.
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    ... by Ord. No. 22-2002] Access to all water meters/equipment must be provided at ... to our request after 30 days, water service shall be shut off and will ... apply during regular hours of the Water Department, plus 1 1/2 of the ...
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  12. § 170-95 WRC Water Resource Conservation District.
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    ... intended use. The WRC Water Resource Conservation ... the preservation of regional water supplies. Consistent with ... and distribution of regional water supplies. Park and outdoor ... be complied with in the WRC Water Resource Conservation ...
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  13. § 316-14 Special permit from Division of Water and Sewers.
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    Unless a special permit is obtained from the Division of Water and Sewers: No person shall furnish water to others for any purpose. No person shall open any of the fire hydrants of the Township. No water shall be turned on.
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  14. § 251-9 Determination of rent by water use.
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    ... determined by the amount of water consumed in said building or, ... lot, and the reading of the water meter or meters heretofore or ... is payable. Any separate water meter or meters heretofore or ... measure the consumption of water for external purposes only ... or lot. Such separate water meter shall be installed in ...
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  15. § 178-8 Litter in public or private waters.
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    No person shall throw, place or deposit any litter, or cause, suffer or permit any litter to be thrown, placed or deposited, in any public or private fountain, pond, stream, brook or other body of water within the Township.
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  16. § 316-25 Extension of water emergency time period.
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    ... shall recommend to the Township Manager that the water emergency remain in effect. Said recommendation ... thereof, and act to extend the duration of the water emergency.
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  17. § 316-4 Charge for use of water during construction.
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    [Amended by Ord. No. 22-2002] The charge for water used during the course of construction of a new building or structure ...
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  18. § 2-66 Division of Water and Sewers; Superintendent-Water Engineer as head; functions.
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    ... there shall be a Division of Water and Sewers, the head of which ... Engineer. The Division of Water and Sewers shall: Operate, ... and repair the Township water supply and distribution ... as are required for the water and sewerage system operation ...
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  19. § DL-1 Disposition of legislation.
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    ... cap bank NCM 2-2005 3-7-2005 Water meters and meter use charges amendment Ch. 316 , Art. I 3-2005 3-7-2005 ... , Art. V 13-2007 5-21-2007 Water: meters and meter use charges amendment Ch. 316 , Art. I 14-2007 5-21-2007 ... 154, Art. I 18-2008 6-2-2008 Water meters and meter use charges ...
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  20. 170-192{5} CATEGORY TWO WATERS or C2 WATERS
    Those waters not designated as Outstanding Natural Resource waters or Category One waters in the Surface Water Quality Standards, N.J.A.C. 7:9B, for purposes of implementing the antidegradation policies set forth in those standards.
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  21. 170-192{15} TROUT MAINTENANCE WATER
    A section of water designated as trout maintenance in the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's surface water quality standards at N.J.A.C. 7:9B.
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  22. 170-192{16} TROUT PRODUCTION WATER
    A section of water identified as trout production in the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's surface water quality standards at N.J.A.C. 7:9B.
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  23. Ch 316 Water
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    [HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Council of the Township of Livingston as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.] GENERAL REFERENCES Sewers — See Ch. 251 . Standard specifications — See Ch. 269 .
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  24. 133-3{8} WATER BODY
    A surface water feature, such as a lake, river, stream, creek, pond, lagoon, bay or estuary.
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  25. Ch 316 Art IV Water Emergencies
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    [Adopted 3-14-2016 by Ord. No. 6-2016 ]
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  26. 133-3{1} BUFFER
    The land area, 25 feet in width, adjacent to any water body.
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  27. 170-148{13} EROSION
    The detachment and movement of soil or rock fragments by water, wind, ice or gravity.
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  28. 170-148{15} INFILTRATION
    The process by which water seeps into the soil from precipitation.
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  29. 170-148{22} RECHARGE
    The amount of water from precipitation that infiltrates into the ground and is not evapotranspired.
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  30. 203-1B{4} MOSQUITO LARVAE
    Any water or liquid in which mosquito larvae may or do exist.
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  31. 272-2{6} NON-CONTACT COOLING WATER
    ... temperature for the purpose of cooling. Such waters do not come into direct contact with any raw ... heat) or finished product. Non-contact cooling water may, however, contain algaecides or biocides to ...
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  32. 170-192{4} CATEGORY ONE WATERS or C1 WATERS
    ... to this term by the Surface Water Quality Standards, N.J.A.C. ... from measurable changes in water quality characteristics ... significance, exceptional water supply significance, or ...
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  33. 170-148{10} DRAINAGE AREA
    A geographic area within which stormwater, sediments, or dissolved materials drain to a particular receiving water body or to a particular point along a receiving water body.
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  34. 170-148{36} WATERS OF THE STATE
    The ocean and its estuaries, all springs, streams, wetlands, and bodies of surface water or groundwater, whether natural or artificial, within the boundaries of the State of New Jersey or subject to its jurisdiction.
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  35. 170-166{4} WATERS OF THE STATE
    The ocean and its estuaries, all springs, streams and bodies of surface water or groundwater, whether natural or artificial, within the boundaries of the State of New Jersey or subject to its jurisdiction.
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  36. 170-172{5} WATERS OF THE STATE
    The ocean and its estuaries, all springs, streams and bodies of surface water or groundwater, whether natural or artificial, within the boundaries of the State of New Jersey or subject to its jurisdiction.
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  37. 170-148{31} STORMWATER RUNOFF
    Water flow on the surface of the ground or in storm sewers, resulting from precipitation.
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  38. 170-192{7} INTERMITTENT STREAM
    A surface water body with definite bed and banks in ... there is not a permanent flow of water and shown on the New Jersey ... or, in the case of a special water resource protection area (SWRPA) ... rules at N.J.A.C. 7:8-5.5(h), C1 waters as shown on the USGS quadrangle map ...
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  39. 170-192{12} SPECIAL WATER RESOURCE PROTECTION AREA or SWRPA
    ... provided on each side of a surface water body designated as a C1 water or tributary to a C1 water that is a perennial stream, ...
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  40. 170-192{13} SURFACE WATER BODY
    ... herein. In addition, any regulated water under the Flood Hazard Area Control ... at N.J.A.C. 7:13-2.2, or state open waters identified in a letter of ... shall also be considered surface water bodies.
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  41. 232-1{27} WHITE GOODS
    Appliances, such as air conditioners, stoves, washers, dryers, freezers, steel or cast-iron plumbing fixtures, dishwashers, refrigerators, water heaters.
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  42. 272-2{8} PROCESS WASTEWATER
    Any water which, during manufacturing or processing, comes ... but is not limited to, leachate and cooling water other than non-contact cooling water.
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  43. § 316-8 Reductions for waste.
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    No reductions or allowances in charges for water shall be made for leaks or water wasted through defective fixtures, except in case of incorrect meters, when, for good cause, the Council may make the reduction upon receipt of a report from the Division of Water and Sewers.
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  44. Ch 316 Art III Water Use Restrictions
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    [Adopted by Ord. No. 26-2003 (§§ 18-100 to 18-101 of the 1979 Revised General Ordinances); amended in its entirety 5-23-2016 by Ord. No. 19-2016 ]
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  45. § 272-8 Exceptions to prohibition.
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    ... in § 272-7 are as follows: Water line flushing and discharges from potable water sources. Uncontaminated ... and non-contact cooling water). Irrigation water (including landscape and lawn watering runoff). Flows from springs, ... habitats and wetlands, water reservoir discharges and ...
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  46. 170-192{9} PERENNIAL STREAM
    A surface water body that flows continuously throughout the year ... coverages or, in the case of a special water resource protection area (SWRPA) pursuant to the ... management rules at N.J.A.C. 7:8-5.5(h), C1 waters as shown on the USGS quadrangle map or in the ...
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  47. 53-4{29} SMOKE
    Small gasborne and airborne particles, exclusive of water vapor, arising from a process of combustion in sufficient number to be observable.
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  48. 170-148{14} IMPERVIOUS SURFACE
    A surface that has been covered with a layer of material so that it is highly resistant to infiltration by water.
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  49. 170-192{8} LAKE, POND or RESERVOIR
    Any surface water body shown on the New Jersey ... or, in the case of a special water resource protection area (SWRPA) ... rules at N.J.A.C. 7:8-5.5(h), C1 waters as shown on the USGS quadrangle map ... for the retention of surface water. This excludes sedimentation control ...
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  50. § 316-1 Application for meter.
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    ... to the Township Division of Water and Sewers within the ... Public Works for an internal water meter and shall pay the ... to the Township Division of Water and Sewers within the ... Public Works for a separate water meter to measure the consumption of water for external purposes only ...
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  51. § 316-5 Metered measurement.
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    All water supplied by the Township for any purpose, except for the use of the Fire Department at fires, shall be measured by meter.
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  52. Ch 44 044a Schedule A
    ... Parkway II 00107 00014 C0101 316 Eisenhower Parkway II 00107 00014 C0102 316 Eisenhower Parkway II 00107 00014 C0103 316 Eisenhower Parkway II 00107 00014 C0201 316 Eisenhower Parkway II 00107 00014 C0202 316 Eisenhower Parkway II 00600 ...
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  53. § 316-16 Connection by authorized personnel only; fees.
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    ... employee of the Division of Water duly authorized for the purpose, shall tap a water main, or insert a corporation cock therein, or make any water connection therewith. Prior to the issuance of a water connection permit, the ... shall pay to the Township a water connection fee as hereinafter ...
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  54. § 316-18 Disinfection of equipment before connection.
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    ... to lay or construct any water main, pipe or conduit for the supplying of water for domestic or manufacturing ... lay or construct any such water main, pipe or conduit, shall, ... connected, with the potable water system of the Township, disinfect such water main, pipe or conduit, at his ...
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  55. 133-3{4} IMPERVIOUS SURFACE
    A surface that has been covered with a layer of material so that it is highly resistant to infiltration by water. This term shall be used to include any highway, street, sidewalk, parking lot, driveway, or other material that prevents infiltration of water into the soil.
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  56. 170-77{9} FLOOD or FLOODING
    A general and temporary condition of partial or complete inundation of normally dry land areas from: The overflow of inland or tidal waters; and/or The unusual and rapid accumulation or runoff of surface waters from any source.
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  57. 251-5D(1){1} ADOPTED SEWER SERVICE AREA
    The area designated in the applicable adopted Water Quality Management Plan, as updated by modifications adopted in accordance with the Water Quality Management Planning Rules at N.J.A.C. 7:15, within which ...
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  58. § 170-178 Background.
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    ... runoff and the subsequent sedimentation of water bodies with the associated degradation of water quality and loss of aquatic life support. Related ... or prevented due to the potential impact on water quality and quantity, and the environmental ...
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  59. 170-192{10} RIPARIAN ZONE
    ... within and directly adjacent to all surface water bodies including, but not limited to, lakes, ... coverages or, in the case of a special water resource protection area (SWRPA) pursuant to the ... management rules at N.J.A.C. 7:8-5.5(h), C1 waters as shown on the USGS quadrangle map or in the ...
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  60. § 316-21.1 Enforcement.
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    The water use restrictions delineated in this article shall ... Police Department shall find a violation of the water use restrictions delineated above, the violator ... to write summons for the violation of the water use restrictions imposed pursuant to this section ...
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  61. § 2-63 Organization of Department.
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    Within the Department of Public Works there shall be the following divisions: Division of Engineering and Administration. Division of Water and Sewers. Division of Construction and Maintenance.
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  62. 126-2{1} COIN-OPERATED DRY CLEANING
    The cleaning of textiles, fabrics, garments or other articles by the use of any solvent other than water in a coin-operated dry-cleaning machine designed to be used by the general public.
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  63. 170-77{11} FLOOD INSURANCE STUDY (FIS)
    The official report in which the Federal Insurance Administration has provided flood profiles, as well as the Flood Insurance Rate Map and the water surface elevation of the base flood.
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  64. 170-77{13} FLOODWAY
    The channel of a river or other watercourse and the adjacent land areas that must be reserved in order to discharge the base flood without cumulatively increasing the water surface elevation more than 0.2 foot.
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  65. 170-148{23} SEDIMENT
    Solid material, mineral or organic, that is in suspension, is being transported, or has been moved from its site of origin by air, water or gravity as a product of erosion.
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  66. 170-148{28} STORMWATER
    Water resulting from precipitation (including rain and snow) that runs off the land's surface, is transmitted to the subsurface, or is captured by separate storm sewers or other sewage or drainage facilities, or conveyed by snow removal equipment.
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  67. § 170-149 Design and performance standards for stormwater management measures.
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    ... the impact of stormwater runoff on water quality and water quantity in receiving water bodies and maintain groundwater ... stormwater management plan or water quality management plan adopted in ...
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  68. 170-172{4} STORMWATER
    Water resulting from precipitation (including rain and snow) that runs off the land's surface, is transmitted to the subsurface, is captured by separate storm sewers or other sewerage or drainage facilities, or is conveyed by snow removal equipment.
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  69. 203-1B{9} WELLS
    Any well or other supply of water used for drinking or household purposes which is polluted or which is so situated or constructed that it may become polluted.
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  70. 244-2{3} FIRE AND OTHER ALTERED GOODS SALE
    A sale held out in such a manner as reasonably to cause the public to believe that the sale will offer goods damaged or altered by fire, smoke, water or other means.
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  71. 272-2{3} INDUSTRIAL WASTE
    Nondomestic waste, including, but not limited to, those pollutants regulated under Section 307(a), (b), or (c) of the Federal Clean Water Act [33 U.S.C. § 1317(a), (b), or (c)].
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  72. 272-2{9} STORMWATER
    Water resulting from precipitation (including rain and snow) that runs off the land's surface, is transmitted to the subsurface, is captured by separate storm sewers or other sewerage or drainage facilities, or is conveyed by snow removal equipment.
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  73. 272-6{3} STORMWATER
    Water resulting from precipitation (including rain and snow) that runs off the land's surface, is transmitted to the subsurface, is captured by separate storm sewers or other sewerage or drainage facilities, or is conveyed by snow removal equipment.
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  74. § 316-26 Notice.
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    Reasonable attempts shall be made to notify citizens and residents of the Township of the existence of a water emergency, the restrictions imposed, and the penalties for violations.
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  75. § 316-28 Violations and penalties.
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    After a warning for a first offense in accordance with § 316-27 above, any person or business that thereafter violates the water use restrictions imposed pursuant to § 316-23 shall be subject to a fine up to $2,000.
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  76. 170-3A{105} PUBLIC DRAINAGEWAY
    ... as well as drainage function of the channel and providing for the flow of water to safeguard the public against flood damage, sedimentation and erosion ... the adequacy of existing and proposed culverts and bridges, to induce water recharge into the ground where practical and to lessen nonpoint pollution.
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  77. § 170-193 Establishment.
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    ... adjacent to all surface water bodies shall be protected ... sides of any Category One water (C1 water), and all upstream ... This includes special water resource protection areas or ... both sides of the following waters not designated as C1 waters: Any trout production ...
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  78. § 170-190 Intent and purpose.
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    ... lakes, or other surface water bodies that are adequately ... environmental protection and water resource management benefit. ... vegetation along the surface water bodies within the ... lakes, and other surface water bodies of the Township of Livingston; to protect the water quality of watercourses, ...
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  79. § 251-18 Prohibited substances enumerated.
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    ... Any soluble oils or any water or waste containing fats, ... 150° F. (0° and 65° C.). Any waters or wastes containing strong ... neutralized or not. Any waters or wastes containing iron, ... chlorine requirement. Any waters or wastes containing phenols ... discharge to the receiving waters. Any radioactive wastes or ...
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  80. Ch 133 Fertilizer
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    [HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Council of the Township of Livingston 10-30-2008 by Ord. No. 34-2008 . Amendments noted where applicable.] GENERAL REFERENCES Property maintenance — See Ch. 227 . Stormwater management — See Ch. 272 . Water — See Ch. 316 .
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  81. § 251-13 Additional fees; allowances.
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    ... based on the amount of water used therein, which amount of water shall be deemed to constitute ... as follows, based on metered water consumption: [Amended ... Ord. No. 28-2014 ] Metered Water Consumption Charge 1 to 500 ... allowance shall be made for water which is metered but which ...
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  82. § 316-7 Bills for service; payment; turn-on charge.
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    ... read quarter-annually, and a water bill based upon the aforesaid ... of the premises to which the water has been supplied. All water bills shall be due and ... the date of the mailing, water service shall be shut off and ... during regular hours of the Water and Sewer Department and a ...
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  83. § 290-1 Fee schedule.
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    ... Text (storm sewer system). Water system package. Water mains. Water valves. Water house connections. Water pump stations and ancillary buildings. Text (water system). The cost for showing ...
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  84. § 260-5 Factors to be considered in reviewing application.
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    ... take into consideration, the following factors: Soil erosion by wind and water; Surface and subsurface water drainage; Soil fertility; Lateral support of abutting streets and lands; ...
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  85. § 6-4 Commission continued; purpose.
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    Pursuant to the provisions of N.J.S.A. 40:56A-1 et seq., an Environmental Commission of seven members, as heretofore created, is hereby continued. The purpose of this Commission is for the protection, development or use of natural resources, including water resources, located within the Township.
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  86. § 133-1 Purpose; exception.
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    The purpose of this chapter is to regulate the outdoor application of fertilizer so as to reduce the overall amount of excess nutrients entering waterways, thereby helping to protect and improve surface water quality. This chapter does not apply to fertilizer application on commercial farms.
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  87. § 166-1 Ice from polluted or impure sources.
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    No impure ice or ice cut from a polluted pond, lake or stream, and no ice manufactured from impure water shall be used or sold within the Township. No such ice shall be brought into the Township for the purpose of use or sale.
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  88. 170-3A{42} DRAINAGE RIGHT-OF-WAY
    ... along a natural stream or watercourse for preserving the channel and providing for the flow of water therein to safeguard the public against flood damage in accordance with Chapter 1A of Title 58 of ...
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  89. 170-3A{103} PRIVATE SWIMMING POOL
    Any artificially constructed basin or other structure for the holding of water for use by the occupant, his family or guests, for swimming, diving and other aquatic sports and ...
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  90. 170-118.1B{4} SMALL SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEM
    A photovoltaic solar energy generator used for the production of electricity, or the heating of water, and primarily intended for on-site consumption, as well as all associated equipment, including ...
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  91. § 170-119 General intent.
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    The general intent of this article is to manage and limit the adverse effects of surface water runoff created by alteration of the ground cover or natural runoff patterns, to establish storm drainage requirements and to regulate encroachments and land use in floodways and flood hazard areas.
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  92. 170-148{29} STORMWATER MANAGEMENT BASIN
    ... basin may either be normally dry (that is, a detention basin or infiltration basin), retain water in a permanent pool (a retention basin), or be planted mainly with wetland vegetation (most ...
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  93. 170-148{37} WETLANDS or WETLAND
    An area that is inundated or saturated by surface water or groundwater at a frequency and duration sufficient to support, and that under normal circumstances does support, a prevalence of vegetation typically adapted for life in saturated soil conditions, commonly known as "hydrophytic vegetation."
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  94. § 170-177 Purpose.
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    The purpose of this article is to regulate the intensity of use in areas of steeply sloping terrain in order to limit soil loss, erosion, excessive stormwater runoff, the degradation of surface water and to maintain the natural topography and drainage patterns of land.
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  95. § 251-1 Permit required.
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    ... having first obtained a written permit from the Superintendent-Water Engineer in the Division of Water and Sewers of the Department of Public Works authorizing such connection to be made. All ...
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  96. § 272-3 Prohibited conduct.
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    No person shall discharge or cause to be discharged through an illicit connection to the municipal separate storm sewer system operated by the Township of Livingston any domestic sewage, non-contact cooling water, process wastewater, or other industrial waste (other than stormwater).
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  97. 306-3{10} REPLACEMENT TREE
    A healthy nursery-grown tree, having a caliper of not less than 2.5 inches if deciduous, or a height of not less than six feet to eight feet if coniferous, properly balled and marked with a durable label showing genus, species, variety, watering and fertilization requirements.
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  98. § 316-3 Charge for meter.
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    [Amended by Ord. No. 37-1997 ] The charge for a water meter shall be the sum of the cost thereof to the Township, plus 20% of such cost as compensation for advancing the purchase price of the meter and the storing and handling of same.
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  99. § 316-12 Tampering with meter; replacement cost.
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    No person, except an authorized employee of the Division of Water and Sewers, shall: Break or injure the seals of any meter. Change the location of, alter or interfere with any meter. Replacement cost to install a new unit: $150. [Added 6-2-2008 by Ord. No. 18-2008 ]
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  100. Ch 110 Construction Codes, Uniform
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    ... use — See Ch. 170 . Sewers — See Ch. 251 . Swimming — See Ch. 279 . Water — See Ch. 316 .
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  101. § 133-2 Findings.
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    ... phosphorus, in surface water bodies can result in ... restrict use of the affected water for recreation and water supply. While healthy ... areas are protective of water quality by stabilizing soil ... as one tool to protect water resources. This chapter does ...
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  102. § 170-191 Statutory authority.
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    ... by the following legislative authorities of the State of New Jersey: Water Pollution Control Act, N.J.S.A. 58:10A-1 et seq. Water Quality Planning Act, N.J.S.A. 58:11A-1 et seq. Spill Compensation and ...
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  103. 170-3A{90} OPEN SPACE
    Any parcel or area of land or water essentially unimproved and set aside, dedicated, designated or reserved for public or private use ...
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  104. 170-148{5} COUNTY REVIEW AGENCY
    ... ordinance(s). The county review agency may either be: A county planning agency; or A county water resource association created under N.J.S.A 58:16A-55.5, if the ordinance or resolution delegates ...
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  105. § 170-171 Purpose.
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    ... to the municipal separate storm sewer system(s) operated by the Township of Livingston and/or the waters of the state so as to protect public health, safety and welfare, and to prescribe penalties for the ...
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  106. 170-192{1} ACID-PRODUCING SOILS
    ... sulfide minerals (pyrite and marcasite) which, when exposed to oxygen from the air or from surface waters, oxidize to produce sulfuric acid. Acid-producing soils, upon excavation, generally have a pH of ...
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  107. 272-2{2} ILLICIT CONNECTION
    Any physical or nonphysical connection that discharges domestic sewage, non-contact cooling water, process wastewater, or other industrial waste (other than stormwater) to the municipal separate ...
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  108. Ch 269 Standard Specifications
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    ... . Storm sewers — See Ch. 272 . Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 274 . Water — See Ch. 316 .
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  109. § 170-152 Standards for structural stormwater management measures.
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    ... depth to seasonal high water table; soil type, ... bars to the elevation of the water quality design storm. For elevations higher than the water quality design storm, the ... will accomplish the required water quantity, groundwater recharge and water quality design and ...
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  110. § 170-52 Schedule of fees and deposits.
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    ... earned and paid to the applicant shall be in conformance with Chapter 316 of the Laws of 1985 (N.J.S.A. 40:14B-20.1.). Any of the funds remaining ... as well as any interest he may be entitled to pursuant to Chapter 316 of the Laws of 1985 (N.J.S.A. 40:14B.20.1), shall be returned to the ...
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  111. § 2-58 Collection functions of the Division of the Treasury.
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    ... Township Clerk; Compute and record water and sewer charges to consumer ... furnished by the Division of Water and Sewers of the Department of ... and ordinances; Render bills for water, sewer and miscellaneous charges to ... credits and delinquencies in water, sewer and miscellaneous accounts.
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  112. § 162-5 Determination that building is unfit for human habitation; standards.
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    ... fire, accident, or other calamities. Lack of adequate ventilation, toilet facilities and running water, light or sanitary facilities. Dilapidation, disrepair, structural defects or uncleanliness.
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  113. 170-77{8} ELEVATED BUILDING
    ... level by means of pilings, columns (posts and piers) or shear walls parallel to the flow of the water; and adequately anchored so as not to impair the structural integrity of the building during a ...
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  114. 170-148{21} POLLUTANT
    ... or runoff, or other residue discharged directly or indirectly to the land, groundwaters or surface waters of the state, or to a domestic treatment works. Pollutant includes both hazardous and nonhazardous ...
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  115. § 316-9 Testing meter; fee.
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    [Amended by Ord. No. 23-1987; Ord. No. 22-2002] Tests shall be made for the accuracy of a water meter or a meter shall be reread if the user shall make an application to the Superintendent-Water ...
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  116. § 251-12 Minimum fees payable quarter-annually.
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    ... installments on the same dates as are the bills of the Township Water and Sewer Division for the corresponding geographical district. Where the ... installments on the same date as are the bills of the Township Water and Sewer Division for the corresponding geographical district. Where the ...
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  117. § 316-2 Installation of meter.
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    ... the owner or builder. When the meter is set and connected to the Township water system, the meter shall become the property of the Township. The meter ... owner shall also pay a fee of $100 for the labor of replacement of all water meters and equipment. [Amended 2-23-2009 by Ord. No. 4-2009 ]
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  118. § 130-4 Contents of environmental impact statement.
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    ... and descriptions of streams, water bodies and floodplains and a discussion of water quality. Geology. Soils and ... as wildlife refuges. Air and water quality. Air quality and water quality shall be described ... emphasis upon air or water pollution, increase in noise ...
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  119. § 170-150 Stormwater management requirements for major development.
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    ... Protect areas that provide water quality benefits or areas ... a storm drain or surface water body under that grate: The ... Where flows from the water quality design storm as ... to the elevation of the water quality design storm as ... naturally or seasonally high water table so as to cause ...
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  120. § 170-83 General standards.
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    ... flood damage. Utilities. All new and replacement water supply systems shall be designed to minimize or ... be designed and/or located so as to prevent water from entering or accumulating within the ... facilities, such as sewer, gas, electrical and water systems located and constructed to minimize flood ...
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  121. § 2-67 Division of Construction and Maintenance; Supervisor as head; functions.
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    ... clean and repair streets and roads of the Township; Construct public streets, sewers, drains, water lines, public buildings, and parking lots, as directed by the Township Engineer; Provide for the ...
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  122. § 6-8 Acquisitions by Commission.
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    ... limit the future use of or otherwise conserve and properly utilize open spaces and other land and water areas in the Township.
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  123. § 133-4 Prohibited conduct.
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    ... its original or another appropriate container for reuse. Apply fertilizer within the buffer of any water body. Apply fertilizer more than 15 days prior to the start of or at any time after the end of the ...
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  124. § 269-1 Standard specifications adopted.
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    ... their grading, curbing and paving; sanitary or storm sewers; drainage; sewage disposal; potable water lines, storage or transmission; the grading of land, the seeding thereof and the planting thereon ...
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  125. § 274-18 Fees.
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    ... to the following schedule: Improvement Item Inspection Fee Sanitary sewers $1.00 per linear foot Water mains $1.00 per linear foot Storm sewers $1.00 per linear foot Curbing $0.50 per linear foot Road ...
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  126. § 316-17 Excavations.
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    ... or road under the jurisdiction of the Township for the purpose of making a connection with a water main, such excavation and the backfilling thereof, as well as the temporary patching of the ...
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  127. § 126-9 Rules and regulations.
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    ... hydrocarbon is masked or watered in any fashion; or If the ... combustion, such as dryers, water heaters and boilers. Exhaust ... is provided; Emptying the water from the separator. Use of water. All installations shall be equipped with a water conserving device for ...
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  128. § 170-84 Specific standards.
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    ... substantially impermeable to the passage of water; Have structural components capable of resisting ... substantially impermeable to the passage of water; Have structural components capable of resisting ... anticipated development, shall not increase the water surface elevation of the base flood more than 0.2 ...
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  129. § 170-154 Safety standards for stormwater management basins.
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    ... management basins having a permanent pool of water deeper than 2 1/2 feet. Such safety ledges shall ... approximately 2 1/2 feet below the permanent water surface, and the second step shall be located one foot to 1 1/2 feet above the permanent water surface. See § 170-154D for an illustration of ...
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  130. § 170-200 Boundary interpretation; appeals procedures; inspections; conflicts; severability.
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    ... Protection to encroach within the special water resource protection area (SWRPA) of a C1 water pursuant to the stormwater management rules at ... officials or when the downstream surface waters are indicating reduction in quality. Conflicts. ...
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  131. § 170-194 Permitted uses.
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    For riparian zones in Category One waters (C1 waters), permitted uses are governed by the stormwater management rules at ...
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  132. § 2-65 Division of Engineering and administration; Township Engineer as head; functions.
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    ... shall: Prepare plans and specifications for public works and improvements including sewerage and water supply and distribution facilities, undertaken by the Township either on force account or by ...
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  133. § 170-85 Zone districts.
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    ... of this chapter, the Township of Livingston is hereby divided into zone districts known as: WRC Water Resource Conservation District R-1 Residence District R-2 Residence District R-3 Residence District ...
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  134. § 170-184 Information required.
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    ... slopes. Resistance of soil to compaction and stability of soil aggregates. High-water table, water infiltration capacity and capacity of soil profile. Any other engineering data which shall be ...
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  135. § 170-196 Nonconforming structures and uses.
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    ... Any proposed enlargement or expansion of the building footprint within the riparian zone of a C1 water shall comply with the standards in the stormwater management rules at N.J.A.C. 7:8-5.5(h) and the ...
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  136. § 170-197 Prohibited uses.
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    Any use within a riparian zone of a C1 water shall comply with the standards in the stormwater management rules at N.J.A.C. 7:8-5.5(h) and the ...
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  137. § 227-25 Sump pumps and pipe drains discharge control.
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    ... which allows any point discharge of water by either forced pumping such as a ... a build-up of icing, standing water or algae growth on the street, ... Create a buildup of icing, standing water, algae growth or cause erosion on ... a build-up of icing, standing water, algae growth or causing erosion on ...
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  138. 244-2{2} CLOSE-OUT SALE
    ... public reasonably to believe that: the sale will offer goods damaged or altered by fire, smoke, water or other means; or upon the disposal of the stocks of goods on hand, the business will cease and be ...
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  139. § 260-9 Topsoil restrictions.
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    ... or structure, street, pavement, curb, sidewalk, driveway or other paved area, or by any body of water or waterway. In no event shall the owner, developer or excavator remove from the land more topsoil ...
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  140. § 170-76 Authorization; findings; purpose and objectives.
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    ... Minimize damage to public facilities and utilities, such as water and gas mains, electric, telephone and sewer lines, streets and bridges ... uses which are dangerous to health, safety and property due to water or erosion hazards or which result in damaging increases in erosion or in ...
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  141. § 170-124 Design standards.
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    ... (N.J.S.A. 4:24-39 et seq.). The plan shall establish permanent surface water management measures prior to construction or other land disturbance, ... detention areas shall be completed and stabilized prior to diversion of water to them. Drainage and watercourses which normally carry or receive ...
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  142. § 53-7 Smoke from combustion of fuel.
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    ... is darker than No. 1 on the Ringelmann smoke chart, or greater than 20% opacity, exclusive of water vapor, to be emitted into the outdoor air from the combustion of fuel in any stationary indirect ...
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  143. § 68-38 Rules and regulations.
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    ... from park at first sign of aggression. Female dogs in heat are prohibited. No food allowed (except water in plastic bottles). The small dog park is limited to dogs weighing 25 pounds or lighter. The large ...
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  144. § 170-123 Plan details.
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    ... and description of presently existing surface water runoff control devices, mechanisms or areas, ... hydrographs shall show, in graphical form, the water flow time sequence for runoff from the site. ... relevant intermediate results such as the water flow time profile of the inflow to a retention or ...
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  145. § 170-72 Improvement requirements.
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    ... and drainage structures and water mains shall be construed and ... Accessible public water supply. Where the Township's potable water distribution system is ... area in the drainage basin. Water supply and distribution ... by the total anticipated water use requirements of the ...
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  146. § 110-7 Fees.
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    ... stacks $20 $20 Special devices: Water service $85 $85 Sewer service $85 ... oil, hair, sand, etc.) $85 $85 Hot water boiler $85 $85 Steam boiler $85 $85 ... $85 $85 Oil piping $85 $85 Hot water heater $85 $85 Pool drains $85 $85 Water softeners $35 $35 Instant hot $35 ...
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  147. § 170-122 Review and approval.
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    ... by but not limited to the following factors: The suitability of the applicant's proposed surface water management techniques, involving on-tract and/or off-tract measures, with respect to the total ...
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  148. § 170-147 Scope and purpose.
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    ... stormwater management BMPs may be necessary to achieve the established performance standards for water quality, quantity, and groundwater recharge. Purpose. It is the purpose of this article to ...
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  149. § 170-168 Design standard.
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    ... or another ground surface to collect stormwater from that surface into a storm drain or surface water body under that grate: The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) bicycle-safe grate, ...
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  150. § 260-3 Application for permit.
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    ... all abutting streets and lands; Proposed slopes and lateral supports; Present and proposed surface water drainage; The location of all trees having a diameter of six inches or more at the base. In ...
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  151. Ord. No. 03-2017
    ... OF $ 2, 620,000 FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO WATER UTILITY SYSTEM IN AND BY THE ... is for various improvements to the Water Utility System including but not limited to improvements to water distribution system, improvements to ... replacement and installation of water main pipe and valve turner, and ...
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  152. § 170-155 Requirements for site development stormwater plan.
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    ... The map, as appropriate, may indicate the following: existing surface water drainage, shorelines, steep slopes, soils, erodible soils, perennial or intermittent streams that drain into or upstream of the Category One waters, wetlands and floodplains along with their appropriate buffer strips, ...
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  153. § 251-5 Connection to sanitary sewer required.
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    ... washbowl or other receptacle for the receipt and discharge of refuse water or sewage, abutting any street in which there shall be constructed a ... to be the means of wastewater management according to the adopted Water Quality Management Plan applicable to an area, interim use of individual ...
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  154. § 251-9.1 Individual subsurface sewage disposal systems.
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    ... The purpose of this section is to help protect public health and safety, water quality and general welfare by requiring the proper operation and ... are not properly maintained can contaminate both groundwater and surface water, creating health risks to humans and impairing natural ecosystems. ...
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  155. § 170-185 Special development requirements.
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    ... Conservation rules and regulations. Provision shall be made for the proper disposition of surface water runoff so that it will be in a manner consistent with Chapter 170 , Land Use, and Chapter 260 , ...
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  156. § 170-198 Activities permitted in case of no reasonable or prudent alternative or extreme hardship.
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    For riparian zones in C1 waters, requests for exemptions must be authorized by the New Jersey Department of Environmental ...
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  157. § 170-199 Riparian zone management plan.
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    ... shall identify the existing conditions including: Existing vegetation; Field-delineated surface water bodies; Field-delineated wetlands; The one-hundred-year floodplain; Flood hazard areas, including ...
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  158. § 227-16 Prohibited matter, materials and conditions.
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    ... Animal excrement piles or manure piles. Buried refuse or rubbish. Stagnant surface or ground water accumulations which create or are likely to create mosquito or other insect breeding areas. ...
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  159. § 53-9 Incinerators.
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    ... or emissions of such opacity within a stack or chimney, or exclusive of water vapor, of such opacity, leaving a stack or chimney to a degree greater ... or emissions of such opacity within a stack or chimney, or exclusive of water vapor, of such opacity leaving a stack or chimney to a degree greater than ...
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  160. § 170-96 R-1 Residence District.
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    ... adequate to maintain the water in a clean and healthful ... any manner that will cause water to flow upon the premises of ... or septic tank. No public water shall be used in connection ... upon the use of public water. Every outdoor private ... is below the level of the water. Private tennis courts, ...
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  161. Ord. No. 01-2017
    ... are to be issued is for improvements to the Sewer Collection System and Water Pollution Control Facility, including but not limited to improvements to water pollution control facility, improvements to primary digester, upgrades to ...
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  162. § 170-71 Subdivision plat and site plan details.
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    ... Plans for utility systems such as water, gas, storm and sanitary sewers, ... of population. The source of water supply. Provisions for sewage ... Proposed storm drainage facilities, water mains, sanitary sewer lines, water wells, waste disposal systems and ...
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  163. § 170-82 Variances and appeals.
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    ... maintenance and repair of public utilities and facilities, such as sewer, gas, electrical and water systems, and streets and bridges. Upon consideration of the factors of § 170-82A(1) and the ...
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  164. § 170-105 R-6 Senior Citizen Housing District.
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    ... Every senior citizen housing development must be connected to the public sanitary sewer and water systems as approved by the Township Engineer. Streets. All streets within the project shall be at ...
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  165. § 170-195 Performance standards.
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    All encroachments proposed into riparian zones in C1 waters shall comply with the requirements of the stormwater management rules at N.J.A.C. 7:8-5.5(h) and ...
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  166. § 170-104.1 R-5F Residence District.
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    ... From South Orange Avenue ROW line: 35 feet. From edge of state open water limit: 100 feet. From parking areas: five feet. From market-rate building: ... use: 68 feet. From affordable building: 50 feet. From edge of state open waters limit: 25 feet. Service core: From South Orange Avenue ROW line: 65 feet. ...
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  167. § 170-87 General zoning requirements.
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    ... is subject to being flooded by the waters of said river, unless the ... the disposal of sewage and surface waters, proper regard being had to the ... safety and will not be entered by water to any extent which will impair the ... will not impede the flow of surface waters through a natural swale or other ...
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  168. § 274-39 General regulations.
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    ... The permittee shall expose all utilities facilities, including sewers, storm drains, gas mains, water mains, telephone and electrical conduits, and other utility obstructions, sufficiently ahead of ...
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  169. § 306-5 Tree removal permit.
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    ... permit may be denied by the Administrator if removal would result in excessive runoff of surface water onto adjacent property; soil instability or erosion; silting; create any hazardous or dangerous ...
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  170. § 170-108 B-1 General Business District.
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    ... bituminous or cement binder pavement which shall be graded and drained to dispose of all surface water. Any lighting in connection with said accessory use shall be so arranged as regulated in § ...
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  171. § 170-94 Off-street parking and loading provisions.
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    ... street. All parking areas and driveways shall be fully curbed and paved to direct surface waters to appropriate drainage structures. Curb construction shall be in accordance with the provisions of ...
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