Township of Marlboro, NJ
Monmouth County
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[Added 6-8-1989 by Ord. No. 23-89]

§ 70-12 Identification of eligible Mount Laurel II households. [1]

A. 
The Affordable Housing Agency shall complete a survey of the residential buildings within Marlboro Township in order to determine the specific residential buildings that are deficient and occupied by a low- or moderate-income family as such term is defined in this chapter.
B. 
The owner of each potentially covered residential building in Marlboro Township shall be contacted by the Affordable Housing Agency and informed of the plan to compensate eligible households for rehabilitation of the buildings in which they live. All residential buildings deemed deficient shall be eligible for the rehabilitation subsidies, provided that additional documentation is given to the Affordable Housing Agency in order to certify eligibility in accordance with this Rehabilitation Article of this chapter.
[1]
Editor's Note: Former § 5-20, Creation of Township of Marlboro Housing Trust Fund, which previously preceded this section, was repealed 10-14-1999 by Ord. No. 1999-37.

§ 70-13 Proposals for and method of rehabilitation of deficient housing.

The proposal for rehabilitation and the method of rehabilitation shall be determined in accordance with this Rehabilitation Article of this chapter.

§ 70-14 Excess funds.

A. 
Excess funds may continue to be used by the Affordable Housing Agency in accordance with the terms of the consent order for final judgment. Such use will be in accordance with the Rehabilitation Article for housing identified pursuant to this article. Such use shall also extend, in accordance with the terms of the consent order for final judgment, to infrastructure or the construction of new housing for low- and moderate-income persons.

§ 70-15 Delegation of responsibilities for rehabilitation services.

[Amended 10-14-1999 by Ord. No. 1999-37]
The responsibilities of the Township of Marlboro for performing rehabilitation of existing dwellings for low- and moderate-income persons, as defined in this chapter, may be delegated, in whole or in part, by the Township Council to the Monmouth County Community Development Program or to any other qualified agency as approved by the Council on Affordable Housing (COAH).

§ 70-16 Cash contributions by developers.

A. 
Pursuant to the consent order for final judgment entered by the Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division, Monmouth County, bearing lead Docket No. L-039595-84, the developer of Block 45, Lots 7A and 16; and Block 48, Lots 7, 11, 12 and 12A (295.3 plus or minus acres approximately), shall pay $1,000 per unit to the Marlboro Township Housing Trust Fund established pursuant to this article, to be deposited in the capital reserve account to defray project costs, including provision of infrastructure, for rehabilitation of existing dwelling for low- and moderate-income persons or the construction of new housing for such persons. Sums will be payable for each unit as follows:
(1) 
Twenty percent upon receipt of preliminary approval for such unit;
(2) 
Forty percent upon receipt of a building permit for such unit; and
(3) 
Forty percent upon receipt of a certificate of occupancy for such unit.
B. 
The developer of Block 48, Lot 9B; Block 50, Lots 6 and 7; and Block 46, Lots 2, 3 and 4A (385 plus or minus acres), shall pay $1,500 per unit to the Marlboro Township Housing Trust Fund established pursuant to this article, to be deposited in the capital reserve account to defray project costs, including provisions of infrastructure, for rehabilitation of existing dwellings for low- and moderate-income persons or the construction of new housing for such persons. Sums will be payable for each unit as follows:
(1) 
Twenty percent upon receipt of preliminary approval for such unit;
(2) 
Forty percent upon receipt of a building permit for such unit; and
(3) 
Forty percent upon receipt of a certificate of occupancy for such unit.