Town of Boonton, NJ
Morris County
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Only Town residents, who have applied for and received the necessary receipt/permit, shall be allowed to dispose building materials at the Town garage, provided that these materials originated from a residential dwelling unit located within the corporate limits of the Town.
[Amended 10-2-2017 by Ord. No. 27-2017]
Building materials, as used in this article, shall be limited to the following: wood (as used in framing and/or siding), wood moldings, window frames and glass, plumbing fixtures and piping, plaster, drywall, insulation, electrical wiring and fixtures, heating fixtures and piping, shingles, tar paper, gutters (wood and aluminum), doors (wood, aluminum or metal), auto parts and tires.
The maximum-size vehicle that will be allowed to dispose building materials at the Town garage is a three-fourths-ton pickup truck. Dump trucks or mason trucks of any size are expressly prohibited.
The procedures to be followed for the disposal of building materials at the Town garage are as follows:
An application is to be completed and submitted to the Town Clerk, along with the appropriate fee. This application shall include, at a minimum, the following information:
Name, address and phone number of applicant (this must be the owner of the property where the building materials originate).
Description of materials to be disposed.
Quantity of material (truck load, station wagon, pickup truck load).
Name, address and phone number of person disposing the building materials (if different than the applicant).
Address of residential dwelling where the building materials originate.
A two-part receipt/permit will be issued by the Town Clerk's office authorizing the disposal of the building materials at the Town garage. This receipt/permit is to be signed by the Superintendent of Public Works (or his designee at the Town garage responsible for monitoring the dumping of building materials), who will also keep one copy of the receipt/permit for the Town's records.
Hours of operation are to be set by the Superintendent of Public Works.
Any load of building materials approved for disposal at the Town garage may be rejected if it is determined that:
The load is a larger quantity than specified on the receipt/permit.
The load contains materials not included in § 246-24.
The load is determined to have originated from out-of-town.
The fee schedule for the dumping of building materials at the Town garage shall be as follows:
Trunk load and small station wagon
Station wagon/SUV/minivan
Small pickup truck load
Large pickup truck load
Any person who shall violate the provisions of this article shall be liable to the penalty stated in Chapter 1, General Provisions, Article III, General Penalty.