Town of Dover, NJ
Morris County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Health of the Town of Dover 7-15-1957. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES

Housing standards — See Ch. 217.

Property maintenance — See Ch. 285.

Trees — See Ch. 366.

Public health nuisances — See Ch. 423.

§ 441-1
Standards established; availability of copies. 

§ 441-2
Title of code. 

§ 441-3
Copies to remain on file. 

§ 441-4
Violations and penalties. 

§ 441-1 Standards established; availability of copies.

A code declaring ragweed and poison ivy to be a nuisance, providing for removal or abatement thereof and recovery of expenses incurred by the Board of Health in removing or abating such nuisance and prescribing penalties for violations is hereby established pursuant to Chapter 188, Laws of 1950.

Editor's Note: See N.J.S.A. 26:3-69.1 et seq.
A copy of said code is annexed hereto without the inclusion of the text thereof herein.
Editor's Note: Said code is on file in the office of the Health Officer.

§ 441-2 Title of code.

The code established and adopted by this chapter is described and commonly known as the "Weed Control Code of New Jersey (1953)."

§ 441-3 Copies to remain on file.

Three copies of said Weed Control Code of New Jersey (1953) have been placed on file in the office of the Health Officer of this local Board of Health upon the introduction of this chapter and will remain on file there for the use and examination of the public so long as this chapter is in effect.

§ 441-4 Violations and penalties.

Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code; see Ch. 393, General Provisions, Board of Health, Art. I.

Any person who violates or fails or neglects to comply with any provision of this chapter or code established herein or notice issued pursuant thereto shall, upon conviction thereof, be liable to a penalty of not less than $2 nor more than $500 for each violation.