Pending Ordinances and Resolutions

 

 

 

KNOWTLON TOWNSHIP

COUNTY OF WARREN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY

ORDINANCE NO 2021-11

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 11, ARTICLE 35.1 THE CODE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF KNOWLTON TO PROHIBIT THE CULTIVATION, PROCESSING, OR DISPENSING OF RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA WITHIN THE TOWNSHIP AND TO AMEND SECTION 127-2 OF THE CODE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF KNOWLTON TO PROHIBIT THE SMOKING OF CANNABIS IN THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING

 

WHEREAS , on February 22, 2021, Governor Murphy signed into law P.L. 2021, c. 16,

known as the “New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory, Enforcement Assistance, and Marketplace

Modernization Act” (the “Act”), which legalizes the recreational use of marijuana by adults 21

years of age or older, and establishes a comprehensive regulatory and licensing scheme for

commercial recreational (adult use) cannabis operations, use and possession; and

 

WHEREAS , the Act establishes six marketplace classes of licensed businesses,

including:

 

  • Class 1 Cannabis Cultivator license, for facilities involved in growing and cultivating cannabis;
  • Class 2 Cannabis Manufacturer license, for facilities involved in the manufacturing, preparation, and packaging of cannabis items;
  • Class 3 Cannabis Wholesaler license, for facilities involved in obtaining and selling cannabis items for later resale by other licensees;
  • Class 4 Cannabis Distributer license, for businesses involved in transporting cannabis plants in bulk from on licensed cultivator to another licensed cultivator, or cannabis items in bulk from any type of licensed cannabis business to another;
  • Class 5 Cannabis Retailer license for locations at which cannabis items and related supplies are sold to consumers; and
  • Class 6 Cannabis Delivery license, for businesses providing courier services for consumer purchases that are fulfilled by a licensed cannabis retailer in order to make deliveries of the purchases items to a consumer, and which service would include the ability of a consumer to make a purchase directly through the cannabis delivery service which would be presented by the delivery service for fulfillment by a retailer and then delivered to a consumer.

 

WHEREAS , Section 31b of the Act authorizes municipalities by ordinance to prohibit

the operation of any one or more classes of cannabis establishments, distributors, or delivery

services anywhere in the municipality; and

 

WHEREAS, pursuant to Ordinance 2021-06 adopted on June 14, 2021, the Township elected to ban all classes of recreational marijuana businesses; and

 

WHEREAS, it is the intent of this Ordinance to revise the Code of the Township of Knowlton to be consistent with Ordinance 2021-06; and

 

WHEREAS , the Municipal Land Use Law ( N.J.S.A. 40:55D-1 et seq.) delegates to municipalities the power to zone and regulate development and that statute is amended from time to time by the state legislature; and

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Chapter 11 “Land Development” of the Code of the Township of Knowlton shall be amended and supplemented as follows:

 

SECTION 1. Section 11-283.1 (A), entitled “Definitions,” is amended to add the following definitions:

 

“Recreational Cannabis Act” means the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory, Enforcement

Assistance, and Marketplace Modernization Act (P.L. 2021, c. 16).

 

SECTION 2. Section 11-283.1(A), entitled “Definitions,” is further amended as follows (Additions indicated in boldface and italics thus; deletions indicated with strike-through thus) :

 

“Recreational Marijuana Facility” means any facility that cultivates, possesses, manufactures, distributes, processes, stores, tests, labels, packages, transports, delivers or sells cannabis and cannabis products for non-medical or recreational purposes, including any ancillary or related paraphernalia that is licensed pursuant to the Recreational Cannabis Act not permitted pursuant to CUMMA.

 

SECTION 3. Section 11-283.1(B) entitled “Medical Marijuana Facilities” shall be deleted in its entirety.

 

SECTION 4. Section 11-318 regarding conditional uses in the C(2) Zone shall be amended to add subsection (H) entitled “Medical Marijuana Facilities” as follows:

 

(H) Medical Cannabis Facilities. Unless specified herein, all terms used herein shall have the same meaning as those use the New Jersey Jake Honig Compassionate Use Medical Cannabis Act, P.L. 2009, c. 307 (approved January 18, 2010), amended by P.L. 2019, c. 153 (approved July 2, 2019), codified at N.J.S.A. 24:6I-1 et seq. (“CUMA”).The operation of medical cannabis facilities, which include alternative treatment centers, medical cannabis dispensaries , medical cannabis cultivation facilities, medical cannabis products manufacturing facilities, and medical cannabis, testing facilities are permitted within the C-2 Zone of the Township of Knowlton, subject to the following conditions. The operation of medical cannabis facilities shall be prohibited in all other zones of the Township of Knowlton

 

(1) Compliance with all applicable land use regulations set forth in Chapter 11 of the Code of the Township of Knowlton and all restrictions set forth in CUMMA or other applicable state legislation affecting the operation of medical marijuana facilities.

 

(2) Security. All medical cannabis facilities shall comply with the security requirements set forth in N.J.A.C. 8:64-9.7 at seq. and any amendments thereto. At a minimum, each medical marijuana facility shall:

(a) Install, maintain in good working order and operate a safety and security alarm system that will provide suitable protection 24 hours a day, seven days a week against theft and diversion and that provides, at a minimum; immediate automatic or electronic notification to alert state or local police agencies to an unauthorized breach of security at the alternative treatment center; and a backup system that activates immediately and automatically upon a loss of electrical support and that immediately issues either automatically or electronic notification to state or local police agencies of the loss of electrical support;

 

(b) Implement appropriate security and safety measures to deter and prevent the unauthorized entrance into areas containing marijuana and the theft of marijuana and marijuana products;

(c) Implement security measures that protect the premises, registered qualifying patients, registered primary caregivers and principal officers, directors, board members and employees of the medical marijuana facility;

(d) Establish a protocol for testing and maintenance of the security alarm system;

 

(e) Conduct maintenance inspections and tests of the security alarm system at the medical marijuana facility at intervals not to exceed 30 days from the previous inspection and test and promptly implement all necessary repairs to ensure the proper operation of the alarm system;

(f) In the event of a failure of the security alarm system due to a loss of electrical support or mechanical malfunction that is expected to last longer than eight hours: notify the New Jersey Department of Health pursuant to N.J.A.C. 8:64-9.8; and provide alternative security measures approved by the New Jersey Department of Health or close the medical marijuana facility impacted by the failure or malfunction until the security alarm system is restored to full operation;

 

(g) Keep access from outside the premises to a minimum and ensure that access is well controlled;

 

(h) Keep the outside areas of the premises and its perimeter well lighted. Exterior lighting must be sufficient to deter nuisance and criminal activity and facilitate surveillance; but must not disturb surrounding businesses or neighbors;

 

(i) Provide law enforcement and neighbors within 100 feet of the medical marijuana facility with the name and phone number of a staff person to notify during and after operating hours to whom they can report problems with the establishment;

 

(j) Equip interior and exterior premises with electronic monitoring, video cameras and panic buttons. A video surveillance system shall be installed and operated to clearly monitor all critical control activities of the medical marijuana facility and shall be in working order and operating at all times. The medical marijuana facility shall provide two monitors for remote viewing via telephone lines in state offices. This system shall be approved by the New Jersey Medical Marijuana Program prior to permit issuance. The original tapes or digital pictures produced by this system shall be stored in a safe place with a thirty-day archive;

 

(k) Limit entry into areas where marijuana and marijuana products are held to authorized personnel;

 

(l) Consistently and systematically prevent loitering, that is, the presence of persons who are not on-duty personnel of the medical marijuana facility and who are not medical marijuana facility registrants engaging in authorized dispensary activity; and

 

(3) Parking. Provide onsite parking consistent with Section 11-241. Parking for Medical Dispensaries and Alternative Treatment Centers shall be provided consistent with retail uses. Parking for all other classifications of medical marijuana facilities shall be provided consistent with industrial uses.

 

(4) Transportation. All transportation ofcannabis and cannabis products shall be done securely and in compliance with N.J.A.C. 8:64-10.11 and shall comply with the following conditions:

 

(a) Done only in accordance with a delivery plan submitted to and approved by the New Jersey Department of Health.

(b) Each transport vehicle shall be staffed with a delivery team consisting of at least two registered employees. At least one delivery team member shall remain with the vehicle at all times that the vehicle contains medicinal cannabis or medical cannabis products. Each delivery team member shall have access to a secure form of communication with the medical cannabis facility, such as a cellular telephone, at all times that the vehicle contains medicinal cannabis and/or medical cannabis products. Each delivery team member shall possess his or her employee identification card at all times and shall produce it to Department of Health staff or law enforcement officials upon demand.

 

(c) Each transport vehicle shall be equipped with a secure lockbox or locking cargo area, which shall be used for the sanitary and secure transport of medicinal cannabis and medical cannabis products.

 

(d) Maintain current commercial automobile liability insurance on each vehicle used for transport of medicinal marijuana in the amount of $1,000,000 per incident.

 

(e) Vehicles used to transport medicinal cannabis and/or medical cannabis products shall not bear markings that would either identify or indicate that the vehicle is used to transport medicinal cannabis.

 

(f) Transports shall be completed in a timely and efficient manner. A transport vehicle shall proceed from the departure point where the medicinal marijuana is loaded directly to the destination point where the medicinal marijuana is unloaded without intervening stops or delays.

 

(g) Maintain a record of each transport of medicinal cannabis in a transport logbook. For each transport, the logbook shall record the date and time that the transport began and ended; the names of the employees comprising the delivery team; the weight of the medicinal cannabis transported; the lot number of the medicinal marijuana, the name of the strain and whether it is high, medium or low potency; and the signatures of the employees comprising the delivery team.

 

(5) Signage and exterior displays. Signage and exterior displays on a medical cannabis facility shall comply with all regulations and restrictions set forth in Chapter 11 of the Code of the Township of Knowlton (as applicable to the C-2 Zone) and N.J.A.C. 8:64-12.1 et seq. Specifically:

 

(a) Exterior signage shall be restricted to black text on white.

 

(b) Exterior signage shall not be illuminated at any time.

 

(c) Medical cannabis facilities shall not display on the exterior of the facility advertisements for medicinal marijuana or a brand name except for purposes of identifying the building by the permitted name.

 

(d) Cannabis and paraphernalia shall not be displayed or clearly visible to a person from the exterior of a medical marijuana facility

 

SECTION 5. Section 11-283.1(C), entitled “Recreational General Use Restrictions,” is amended as follows (Additions indicated in boldface and italics thus; deletions indicated with strike-through thus) : :

 

Recreational Marijuana General Use Restrictions: All Classes of cannabis establishments (except certain medical marijuana facilities as set forth in Section 11-318(H) as said terms are defined in Section 3 of P.L. 2021, c. 16 (but not the delivery of cannabis items and related supplies by a delivery service which is located in another municipality) shall be prohibited in all zones of the Township of Knowlton.” The operation of Recreational Marijuana Facilities, which include all facilities and businesses licensed pursuant to the Recreational Marijuana Act, retail marijuana stores, retail marijuana cultivation facilities, retail marijuana products manufacturing facilities, and retail marijuana testing facilities; and the operation of retail marijuana social clubs are prohibited within the Township of Knowlton and, therefore, all activities related to the abovementioned retail uses such as, but not limited to cultivation, possession, extraction, manufacturing, processing, storing, laboratory testing, labeling, transporting, delivering, dispensing, transferring and distributing are expressly prohibited within the Township of Knowlton.

 

SECTION 6. Section 127-2 of the Code of the Township of Knowlton, entitled “Smoking Prohibited in Township Municipal Building,” is hereby amended as follows (Additions indicated in boldface and italics thus; deletions indicated with strike-through thus) : :

A. All smoking of any matter or substance which contains tobacco or cannabis shall be prohibited in the Knowlton Township Municipal Building. For the purposes of this section, “smoking” shall include smoking or vaping from an electronic smoking device.

 

B. "No smoking" signs. Appropriate signs shall be posted so as to be clearly visible to the public and employees in the Knowlton Township Municipal Building, with letters at least one inch in height, stating “Smoking Prohibited," or designated by the appropriate smoking-prohibited international symbol.

 

SECTION 7. Chapter 165, Article II entitled “Medical Cannabis Transfer Tax” is hereby created as follows:

Article II Medical Cannabis Transfer Tax

§ 165-8 Purpose.

It is the purpose of this article to implement the provisions of The Jake Honig Compassionate Use Medical Marijuana Cannabis Act, P.L. 2009, c. 307 (approved January 18, 2010), amended by P.L. 2019, c. 153 (approved July 2, 2019), codified at N.J.S.A. 24:6I-1 et seq., which authorizes the governing body of a municipality to adopt an ordinance imposing a transfer tax on medical cannabis products, which shall be in addition to any other tax or fee imposed pursuant to statute or local ordinance or resolution by any governmental entity upon the dispensary.

§ 165-9 Definitions.

The definitions set forth in the Jake Honig Compassionate Use Medical Marijuana Cannabis Act ( N.J.S.A. 24:6I-1 et seq.) are incorporated herein and shall have the same meaning.

§ 165-10 Medical Cannabis Transfer Tax.

There is hereby established a medical cannabis transfer tax in the Township of Knowlton, which shall be fixed at a uniform percentage rate of 2% on the purchase price of any medical cannabis dispensed by a Medical Cannabis Dispensary in the Township, including medical cannabis that is furnished by the Dispensary to a medical cannabis handler for delivery to a registered qualifying patient or the patient’s caregiver, and which shall be in addition to any other tax or fee imposed pursuant to statute or local ordinance or resolution by any governmental entity upon the dispensary.

§ 165-11 Administration of Cannabis Transfer Tax

A. The transfer tax set forth in Sections 165-10shall be paid to the Township no later than February 1 st of each year with a report certified as true and accurate by the Chief Financial Officer, Comptroller, or other similarly situated person showing the gross revenues for the Cannabis Establishment for each month of the preceding year. The Township may require that the Cannabis Establishment obtain a financial report from an independent accountant certifying as to the annual revenues for the preceding year.

B. Every cannabis establishment required to collect a transfer tax or user tax imposed pursuant to this section shall be personally liable for the transfer tax or user tax imposed, collected, or required to be collected under this section.

C. The Township shall enforce the payment of delinquent transfer or user taxes imposed pursuant to this section in the same manner as provided for municipal real property taxes, including the accrual of interest. In the event that the transfer tax or user tax imposed pursuant to this section is not paid as and when due by a cannabis establishment, the unpaid balance, and any interest accruing thereon, shall be a lien on the parcel of real property comprising the cannabis establishment’s premises in the same manner as all other unpaid municipal taxes, fees, or other charges. The lien shall be superior and paramount to the interest in the parcel of any owner, lessee, tenant, mortgagee, or other person, except the lien of municipal taxes, and shall be on a parity with and deemed equal to the municipal lien on the parcel for unpaid property taxes due and owing in the same year. The Township shall file in the office of its tax collector a statement showing the amount and due date of the unpaid balance and identifying the lot and block number of the parcel of real property that comprises the delinquent cannabis establishment’s premises. The lien shall be enforced as a municipal lien in the same manner as all other municipal liens are enforced.

 

SECTION 8. All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances inconsistent herewith are repealed as to such inconsistencies.

 

SECTION 9. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, phrase or portion of this Ordinance is for any reason held invalid or unconstitutional by any court of competent jurisdiction, such portion shall be deemed a separate, distinct and independent provision, and such holding shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions thereof.

 

SECTION 10. A copy of this Ordinance shall be forwarded, after introduction, to the Knowlton Township Planning Board for a Master Plan consistency review in accordance with N.J.S.A. 40:55D-64.

 

SECTION 11. The within ordinance shall take effect in the time and manner provided by law and, in particular, the procedure delineated in the Municipal Land Use Law, N.J.S.A. 40:55D-1 et seq. and upon filing with the Warren County Planning Board.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOWNSHIP OF KNOWLTON

WARREN COUNTY, NEW JERSEY

 

RESOLUTION 2021-70

 

RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ISSUANCE OF RAFFLES LICENSES RA21-08 TO HARK- ALS TO CONDUCT

A RAFFLE ON OCTOBER 2, 2021

WHEREAS , the Hark-ALS has applied for raffles licenses to conduct raffles on October 2, 2021 at Minton’s Log Cabin, 2314 47 US-46, Columbia, NJ 07832 2020, consisting of New Jersey Legalized Games of Chance Control Commission applications RA21-08; and,

 

WHEREAS ,the proper fees have been filed with the application, and the Findings and Determinations by the Municipal Clerk have determined that this organization is qualified to conduct raffles;

 

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Mayor and Committee of the Township of Knowlton, Warren County, New Jersey, that approval is hereby given for the issuance of raffle license RA21-08 to Hark ALS.

 

Date: July 9, 2021

 

Motion:

Second:

AIF :

 

CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of a Resolution

adopted by the Knowlton Township Committee at the meeting held on July 12, 2021.

 

 

 

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Kristin Shipps, Municipal Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOWNSHIP OF KNOWLTON

COUNTY OF WARREN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY

 

RESOLUTION 2021-71

 

RESOLUITON IN SUPPORT OF FIREWORKS DISPLAY BY THE KNOWLTON LIONS CLUB AUGUST 28, 2021

 

WHEREAS, a fireworks display will be held in Knowlton Township by the Knowlton Lions Club on August 28, 2021; and

 

WHEREAS, they will be arranging for the fireworks; and

 

WHEREAS, the State of New Jersey requires a resolution of support from the Township Governing Body in order to arrange for an inspection and approval of the fireworks display.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Committee of the Township of Knowlton, County of Warren, State of New Jersey that this resolution serves as a resolution of support for conducting fireworks in Knowlton Township by the Knowlton Lions Club on August 28, 2021

 

Dated: July 12, 2021

Motion:

Second:

Committee Polled:

 

 

I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy of a resolution adopted by the Township Committee of the Township of Knowlton, Warren County, State of New Jersey at a regular meeting held on July 12, 2021.

 

 

 

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Kristin Shipps, Municipal Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOWNSHIP OF KNOWLTON

COUNTY OF WARREN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY

 

RESOLUTION 2021-72

 

RESOLUTION APPROVING NEW JERSEY STATE

ALCOHOL BEVERAGE CONTROL SPECIAL AFFAIRS PERMIT FOR

LIONS CLUB TRUCK RAFFLE

 

 

WHEREAS, the Knowlton Township Lions Club special affair permit application is complete in all respects, the proper fees have been paid to the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control and the Township of Knowlton; and,

 

WHEREAS, the licensees are qualified according to all statutory, regulatory and local governmental New Jersey Alcoholic Beverage Control laws and regulations;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Governing Body of Knowlton Township hereby approves NJABC special affair permit for the Knowlton Township Lions Club Truck Raffle to be held on August 28, 2021 at Gary Grey Field located at 70 Route 46, Delaware, New Jersey.

 

 

Dated:

Motion:

Second:

AIF

 

 

 

I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy of a resolution adopted by the Township Committee of the Township of Knowlton, Warren County, State of New Jersey at a regular meeting held on July 12, 2021

 

 

 

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Kristin Shipps, Municipal Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

 

KNOWLTON TOWNSHIP

COUNTY OF WARREN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY

RESOLUTION 2021-73

RESOLUTION OF THE TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF KNOWLTON AUTHORIZING A GRANT APPLICATION TO THE NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR THE HONEY RUN ROAD PROJECT

 

WHEREAS, Knowlton Township is submitting a grant application to the New Jersey Department of Transportation for a project to pave a portion of Honey Run Road; and

 

WHEREAS, the Township Committee of the Township of Knowlton formally approves the grant application for the above stated project; and

 

BE IT RESOLVED that the Township Engineer is hereby authorized to submit an electronic grant application identified as MA-2022-Honey Run Road-00580 to the New Jersey Department of Transportation on behalf of the Township of Knowlton.

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Mayor and Clerk hereby authorized to sign the grant agreement on behalf of the Township of Knowlton and that their signature constitutes acceptance of the terms and conditions of the grant agreement and approves the execution of the grant agreement.

 

Adopted:

 

Attest: TOWNSHIP OF KNOWLTON, IN THE COUNTY OF WARREN

______________________________Kristin Shipps, Township Clerk

______________________________ Adele Starrs , Mayor

 

 

 

 


CERTIFICATION I, Kristin Shipps, Township Clerk of the Township of Knowlton do hereby certify the forgoing resolution was duly adopted by the Township Committee at the Regular Meeting held on July 12, 2021

 

______________________________ Kristin Shipps, Township Clerk

 

 

 

 


KNOWLTON TOWNSHIP

WARREN COUNTY, NEW JERSEY

 

RESOLUTION 2021-74

 

Award Contract – Traffic Striping Mt. Pleasant Road

 

 

WHEREAS , the Township of Knowlton is a member of the Morris County Cooperative Pricing System and wishes to utilize it for Traffic Striping of Mt. Pleasant Road; and

WHEREAS , Denville Line Painting, Inc. New Jersey has been awarded Contract #36 for Traffic Striping on Roadways. This has been awarded through the Morris County Cooperative Pricing Council of which the Township of Knowlton is an active participant; and

WHEREAS , the Chief Financial Officer has certified that funds are available thru Capital Ordinance 2021-08.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED , by the Mayor and Committee of the Township of Knowlton, County of Warren, and State of New Jersey that the Traffic Line Striping of Mt. Pleasant Road contract not to exceed $8,500.00 be awarded to Denville Line Painting, Inc. 2 Green Pond Road, Rockaway, New Jersey 07866

 

 

Date:

Motion;

Second:

Roll Call:

I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy of a resolution adopted by the Township Committee of the Township of Knowlton, Warren County, State of New Jersey at a regular meeting held on July 12, 2021.

 

 

 

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Kristin Shipps, Municipal Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

 

KNOWLTON TOWNSHIP

WARREN COUNTY, NEW JERSEY

 

RESOLUTION 2021-75

 

Award Contract – Catch Basins – Mt. Pleasant Road

 

 

WHEREAS , the Township of Knowlton is a member of the Morris County Cooperative Pricing System and wishes to utilize it for Purchase of Catch Basins with Bicycle Grates Mt. Pleasant Road; and

WHEREAS , Campbell Foundry Company. New Jersey has been awarded Contract #14 for Catch Basins. This has been awarded through the Morris County Cooperative Pricing Council of which the Township of Knowlton is an active participant; and

WHEREAS , the Chief Financial Officer has certified that funds are available thru Capital Ordinance 2021-08.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED , by the Mayor and Committee of the Township of Knowlton, County of Warren, and State of New Jersey that the Purchase of Catch Basins for Mt. Pleasant Road contract not to exceed $5,400.00 be awarded to Campbell Foundry Company 800 Bergen Street Harrison, New Jersey 07029

 

 

Date:

Motion;

Second:

Roll Call:

I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy of a resolution adopted by the Township Committee of the Township of Knowlton, Warren County, State of New Jersey at a regular meeting held on July 12, 2021.

 

 

 

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Kristin Shipps, Municipal Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KNOWLTON TOWNSHIP

WARREN COUNTY, NEW JERSEY

 

RESOLUTION 2021-76

 

Award Contract – Overlay of Mt. Pleasant Road

 

WHEREAS , the Township of Knowlton is a member of the Morris County Cooperative Pricing System and wishes to utilize various contracts for Overlay of Mt. Pleasant Road; and

WHEREAS , South State, Inc. of Bridgeton, New Jersey has been awarded Contract #6. This has been awarded through the Morris County Cooperative Pricing Council of which the Township of Knowlton is an active participant; and

WHEREAS , the Chief Financial Officer has certified that funds are available thru Ordinance 2021-08.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED , by the Mayor and Committee of the Township of Knowlton, County of Warren, and State of New Jersey that Overlay Mt. Pleasant Road contract in the amount of $168,000 be awarded to South State, Inc. 202 Reeves Road Bridgeton, New Jersey 08302.

 

Date:

Motion;

Second:

Roll Call:

I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy of a resolution adopted by the Township Committee of the Township of Knowlton, Warren County, State of New Jersey at a regular meeting held on July 12, 2021.

 

 

 

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Kristin Shipps, Municipal Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Knowlton Township Warren County New Jersey