Borough of West Cape May, NJ
Cape May County
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Editor's Note: Refer to Chapter 27, Zoning, subsection 27-27.10, for Zoning requirements for campground sites.
Editor's Note: See New Jersey State Sanitary Code, Chapter 11, Public Campgrounds.
[Ord. No. 7-66 § 1]
Pursuant to the provisions of the Laws of 1946, Chapter 21 the "New Jersey Private Campgrounds Code" with the exceptions hereinafter set forth but including Section 17, filed in the office of the Secretary of State of New Jersey on March 3, 1964, as approved by the Departments of Health and Conservation and Economic Development is hereby accepted, adopted and established as a standard to be used as a guide in determining whether campground dwellings as well as their facilities located in this municipality are safe, sanitary and fit for human habitation and rental. A copy of the "Public Campgrounds Code" and three copies of the same have been placed on file in the office of the Borough Clerk and are available to all persons declaring to use and examine the same.
[Ord. No. 7-66 § 2]
The following sections are hereby amended as follows:
6.4 — Privies. Delete section in entirety and substitute the following: No privies shall be allowed.
The Board of Commissioners are hereby designated as the Administrative Authority.
[Ord. No. 7-66 § 4; Ord. No. 50-80; Ord. No. 137-89 § 1; Ord. No. 199-92 § 1]
All permits shall be issued for a one year period commencing on the first day of April in each year and terminating on the thirty-first day of March except that permits issued after the first day of April in any year shall expire on the thirty-first day of March of the following year. There shall be an annual charge of $700 plus $6 per year for each campsite for a permit which fee shall accompany the application. No person shall have a vested right in a renewal application being granted. There shall be no reduction in fee for a permit issued for a period of less than one year.
[Ord. No. 7-66 § 5]
No person shall occupy as owner, occupant, or rent to another for occupancy any camp dwelling, as well as its facilities, for the purpose of living therein which does not conform to the provisions of the "Private Campgrounds Code" established hereby as the standard to be used in determining whether a camp dwelling is safe, sanitary and fit for human occupancy.
[Ord. No. 7-66 § 6]
Any person, firm or corporation who shall violate any of the provisions of this section shall, upon conviction, be liable to the penalty as stated in Chapter 1, Section 1-5 and each day the same is violated shall be deemed and taken to be a separate and distinct offense.