Town of Boonton, NJ
Morris County
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Danger, warning, automobile, director, street, or safety signs may, without a permit, be placed in any location for the safety of the public subject to the supervision of the Construction Official or Police Department.
This chapter shall not apply to any signs required to be posted or set up by direction of the laws of the State of New Jersey, or any Court order.
Real estate signs advertising the building upon which the signs are erected, for sale or rent, may be erected without the necessity of first obtaining a permit, provided they are not over nine square feet in area, and on vacant lots they must conform to the setback provision of § 233-3B.
No paper or oilcloth signs of any kind shall be allowed on the exterior of any building.
[Amended by Ord. No. 29-91]
The provisions of this chapter shall be considered as part of the Zoning and Land Use Ordinances of the Town of Boonton[1] and shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the Planning Board and Zoning Board of Adjustment in accordance with the applicable provisions of the Municipal Land Use Law.
Editor's Note: See Ch. 300, Zoning and Land Use.
Nothing in this chapter shall affect the provisions of Chapter 40, subtitle 7, entitled "Taxation of Billboards and Licensing of Outdoor Advertising" of the Revised Statutes of 1937, and the supplements thereto and amendments thereof.