Town of Boonton, NJ
Morris County
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Mayor
Ch 1— General Provisions Ch 5— Authorities and Utilities Ch 10— Boards, Commissions and Committees § 10-9— Membership; terms; compensation. § 10-12— Reports. § 10-13— Duties. Ch 10 Art III— Mayor and Board of Aldermen § 10-14— Public meeting times. § 10-15— Removal of members not subject to state guidelines. § 10-16— Removal of members subject to state guidelines. § 10-17— Ethics training required for Mayor and Board of Aldermen. § 10-19— Membership; appointment; terms; vacancies. § 10-33— Debt within limit of appropriation. Ch 16— Claims, Payment of § 16-7— Payment of claims. § 16-8— Payrolls. Ch 18— Contracts 18-1A{3}— Pay to play policy; awarding contracts. 18-1A{9}— Pay to play policy; awarding contracts. Ch 19— Court, Municipal § 19-4— Administrator of the Municipal Court. § 19-5— Municipal Public Defender. Ch 24— Defense and Indemnification § 24-3— Punitive damages. Ch 27— Departments § 27-2— Financial officers; terms; salaries. § 27-3— Duties of Chief Financial Officer. § 27-4— Department established; responsibility. § 27-5— Division of Streets. § 27-7— Department established. § 27-8— Administration. § 27-9— General requirements. § 27-12.2— Police Department rules and regulations. § 27-12.3— Office of Emergency Management. § 27-15— Department officers. § 27-17— Firefighters. § 27-22— Complaints against firemen. Ch 36— Length of Service Awards Program Ch 45— Officers and Employees 45-1{2}— Definitions. § 45-5— Duties and responsibilities. § 45-6— Term of office; removal. § 45-8— Appointment; term. § 45-10— General powers and duties. § 45-12— Deputy Town Clerk. § 45-13— Appointment. § 45-14— Tax Assessor and Deputy Assessors; qualifications and duties. § 45-15— Salary. § 45-17— Appointment. § 45-18— Qualifications. § 45-21— Salary. § 45-22— Appointment; compensation; term. § 45-24— Consulting engineers. § 45-25— Appointment. § 45-26— Duties. § 45-27— Responsibility and control. § 45-32— Appointment. § 45-34— Duties of position. Ch 48— Personnel Policies § 48-1— Positions eligible for participation. 48-6{1}— Definitions. § 48-8— Use by employees or appointees after business hours. Ch 52— Seal and Flag Ch 60— Wards and Districts Ch 61— Prior Notice of Meetings § 61-3— Procedure for and content of prior notice by developers. Ch 70— Affordable Housing Ch 72— Alcoholic Beverages § 72-4— Special permit. § 72-8— Licenses. Ch 80— Animals § 80-3— Licensing. Ch 87— Building and Housing § 87-1— Enforcing agency established. § 87-2— Fees. § 87-30— Correction of improper numbering: notice. Ch 90— Buildings and Structures, Unsafe Ch 95— Canvassers, Solicitors and Peddlers § 95-10— Issuance of permit. § 95-14— Action by Chief of Police regarding revocation, denial or suspension of permit. Ch 100— Cigarette Vending Machines Ch 103— Circuses and Carousels § 103-1— Insurance; indemnity agreement and bond. Ch 107— Clothing Depositories § 107-1— Permit required. § 107-2— Application form; fee. § 107-4— Regulations. Ch 113— Dance Halls § 113-3— Investigation. § 113-8— Revocation or suspension. Ch 118— Drug-Free School Zones Ch 121— Dumpsters Ch 124— Entertainment § 124-2— Application for license. § 124-3— Investigation of premises. § 124-4— Public hearing. § 124-6— Renewal of entertainment permit. § 124-8— Suspension or revocation of entertainment permit. Ch 130— Fees Ch 132— Filming § 132-3— Requirements for permit. Ch 134— Firearms Ch 137— Fire Prevention § 137-6— Appointment of Fire Official; term of office; removal. Ch 140— Flood Damage Prevention § 140-12— Designation of responsible official. § 140-14— Variance procedure. Ch 144— Games of Chance § 144-1— Authority to grant licenses. Ch 148— Hazardous Materials Ch 154— Inspections Ch 157— Insurance Ch 159— Invasive Plants Ch 167— Library § 167-10— Trustees, number, appointment and term; alternates. Ch 170— Littering Ch 180— Massage Establishments Ch 186— Motorized Sportbikes Ch 194— Noise Ch 201— Parking § 201-10— Parking meters. § 201-45— Public Parking Enterprise. Ch 205— Parks and Recreation § 205-1— Hours of use; rules and regulations. § 205-4— Recreation and permit fees. Ch 210— Pool Rooms § 210-4— Issuance. § 210-5— Contents; transfer. § 210-10— Gambling prohibited. Ch 214— Property Maintenance Ch 216— Recycling Ch 218— Residential Properties § 218-18— Revocation of license; procedure. Ch 225— Sales § 225-1— Permit required. § 225-3— Application; form; fee. Ch 228— Security Gates Ch 229— Sewer and Water § 229-1— Authority to set fees. § 229-3— Standard rules and regulations. § 229-8— Making of installation by Town. § 229-12— Violations and penalties. § 229-27— Allocation of sewer gallonage. § 229-28— Time limit for using sewer gallonage allocation. § 229-29— Application for extension of time limit. § 229-30— Forfeiture of sewer gallonage allocation. § 229-32— Time period for payment of assessments. § 229-33— Authority to set fees. § 229-54— Proclamation by Mayor; penalty for violating. Ch 233— Signs § 233-7— Banners. § 233-8— Marquee signs. § 233-10— General regulations. Ch 238— Smoke Control Ch 243— Soil Removal, Filling and Grading Activities § 243-2— Permit. § 243-3— Operational regulations. Ch 246— Solid Waste Ch 249— Stormwater Regulations Ch 254— Streets and Sidewalks § 254-1— Permit required. § 254-2— Application for permit. § 254-11— Inspection of construction work. § 254-12— Minimum requirements. § 254-14— Permit required. § 254-20— Declaring an encroachment or encumbrance to be a nuisance. § 254-26— Business, commercial and industrial zones. § 254-29— Sidewalk replacement program. § 254-36— Removal of snow and ice by Town; cost to be lien upon premises. § 254-49— Painting of sidewalks prohibited. Ch 259— Swimming Pools Ch 265— Limousines § 265-6— Duration; renewal. § 265-7— Application for license. § 265-11— Updated applications required for changed circumstances. § 265-12— Revocation and reinstatement. § 265-13— License contents and requirements. § 265-27— Enforcement. Ch 270— Theaters and Motion Picture Houses § 270-2— Application fee; duration of license. Ch 276— Towing § 276-3— Towing contractors. § 276-9— Removal from list. Ch 281— Trees Ch 289— Vehicles and Traffic § 289-23— Dedication or acceptance. Ch 300— Zoning and Land Use 300-4A{44}— Definitions. 300-4A{65}— Definitions. 300-4A{115}— Definitions. § 300-15— Application for zone change. § 300-16— Distribution. § 300-18— Hearing. § 300-19— Hearing: Mayor and Board of Aldermen. § 300-20— Fees. § 300-21— Continuance and membership of Planning Board. § 300-23— Powers and duties. § 300-28— Creation and membership. § 300-41— Improvements or guaranties required for final approval of major subdivisions; site plans. § 300-67— Enforcement and authority and duties of Construction Official. § 300-112— Criteria for designation; design standards. § 300-114— Administration and enforcement of regulations. § 300-116— Filing of plans. Ch A305— Cable Television Franchise A305-1{11}— Definitions. § DL-1— Disposition of legislation.
Meetings
§ 10-11— Meetings. § 10-14— Public meeting times. § 10-15— Removal of members not subject to state guidelines. § 10-16— Removal of members subject to state guidelines. § 10-21— President, Vice President and Secretary. § 10-24— Powers and duties of officers and employees. § 10-25— Powers and duties of Board members. § 10-30— Regular meetings. § 16-3— Presentation of claims. § 27-8— Administration. § 27-15— Department officers. § 27-17— Firefighters. § 27-18— Elections. § 27-19— Vacancies. § 27-23— Miscellaneous provisions. § 27-25— Ladies Auxiliary. § 36-2— Annual contributions. § 36-3— Criteria for eligibility. § 36-4— Prior years service. § 36-7— Point system. § 36-9— Members with more than 25 years of service. § 45-5— Duties and responsibilities. § 45-10— General powers and duties. § 45-23— Duties. § 45-30— Establishment of Municipal Housing Liaison position; compensation; powers and duties. § 48-3— Exceptions. § 52-2— Town flag. Ch 61— Prior Notice of Meetings 61-1{3}— Definitions. § 61-3— Procedure for and content of prior notice by developers. § 70-11— Monitoring and reporting requirements. 70-12{11}— Definitions. § 70-17— New construction. § 70-20— Control periods for restricted ownership units and enforcement mechanisms. § 70-29— Administrative agent. § 87-12— Notice of violation; hearing. § 124-2— Application for license. § 124-4— Public hearing. § 130-1— Fees established. § 132-2— Permit required; form; fees; regulations. 140-4{7}— Definitions. § 140-11— Establishment of development permit. § 140-15— General standards. § 140-16— Specific standards. 229-2{2}— Definitions. 229-34{4}— Definitions. § 229-67— Rates established. § 233-10— General regulations. 249-9{14}— Definitions. § 249-10— Design and performance standards for stormwater management measures. § 249-11— Stormwater management requirements for major development. § 249-13— Standards for structural stormwater management measures. § 249-15— Safety standards for stormwater management basins. § 249-16— Requirements for site development stormwater plan. § 249-21— Prohibited conduct. § 249-22— Design standard. § 254-26— Business, commercial and industrial zones. 265-1{2}— Definitions. 265-1{5}— Definitions. 276-1{9}— Definitions and requirements. § 276-3— Towing contractors. § 289-24— Traffic regulations at Boonton Post Office. § 289-30— Manual on uniform traffic control devices. § 300-2— Purpose. 300-4A{6}— Definitions. § 300-6— Meetings; municipal agency. § 300-7— Hearings. § 300-8— Appeals. § 300-12— Fees. § 300-13— Technical review fees and deposits. § 300-17— Application standards and requirements. § 300-21— Continuance and membership of Planning Board. § 300-25— Findings. § 300-28— Creation and membership. § 300-32— Application required. § 300-33— Time of filing. § 300-41— Improvements or guaranties required for final approval of major subdivisions; site plans. § 300-43— Subdivisions. § 300-59— Subdivisions. § 300-60— Site plans. § 300-76— Principal building. § 300-77— Accessory buildings or structures. § 300-93— Fences. § 300-101— Application; granting of use. § 300-102— R-1 Residence Districts A, B, C and D. § 300-104— R-3 Residence Districts A and B. § 300-104.1— AH-I Affordable Housing-Industrial District. § 300-107— B-3 Business District. § 300-111— I-1 and I-2 Industrial Districts. § 300-111.1— RH Residential High-Density Zone. § 300-111.2— MAO Myrtle Avenue Multifamily Residential Overlay District. § 303-57— Removal by Board. § DL-1— Disposition of legislation.