Township of Willingboro, NJ
Burlington County
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[HISTORY: Derived from Sec. 4-2 of the 2003 Revised General Ordinances of the Township of Willingboro. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Nuisances by animals — See § 99-5.
Littering — See Ch. 219.
Noise — See Ch. 231.
Peace and good order — See Ch. 252.

§ 236-1 Adoption of standards.

A code defining and prohibiting certain matters, conditions or acts and each of them as a nuisance; prohibiting certain noises or sounds; requiring the proper heating of apartments; prohibiting lease or rental of certain buildings; prohibiting spitting in or upon public buildings, conveyances or sidewalks; authorizing the inspection of premises by an enforcing officer; providing for the removal or abatement of certain nuisances and recovery of expenses incurred by the governing body in removing or abating such nuisances; and prescribing penalties for violations is hereby established in and for the Township of Willingboro pursuant to Chapter 188, Laws of 1950 (N.J.S.A. 26:3-69.1 et seq.). A copy of such code is annexed hereto and made a part hereof without the inclusion of the text thereof herein.

§ 236-2 Title.

The code established and adopted by this chapter is described and commonly known as the "Public Health Nuisance Code of New Jersey (1953)."

§ 236-3 Copies of provisions on file.

Three copies of the Public Health Nuisance Code of New Jersey (1953) have been placed on file in the office of the Township Clerk and will remain on file for the use and examination of the public.

§ 236-4 Violations and penalties. [1]

Any person who violates or neglects to comply with any provision of this chapter or code established herein or notice issued pursuant thereto shall, upon conviction thereof, be liable to one or more of the following: a fine not to exceed $2,000, a term of imprisonment not to exceed 90 days or a period of community service not to exceed 90 days.
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Editor's Note: Added at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I).