Borough of Highland Park, NJ
Middlesex County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Highland Park as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Approval claims — See Ch. 16.
Animals — See Ch. 114.
[Adopted by Ord. No. 997 (§ 2-27 of the 1987 Code)]

§ 374-1 Declaration of policy.

The Mayor and Council find and determine that the welfare of the residents of the Borough will be enhanced and promoted by the enactment of reasonable measures to promote the prompt payment of real property taxes and assessments and water and sewer charges to the Borough.

§ 374-2 Payment required.

Every applicant for approval, license, permit or relief who is an owner or contract purchaser of real property within the Borough shall present proof to the Borough Clerk or other Borough official with whom said application is filed and at the time of said approval, license, permit or relief is granted or issued that:
A. 
All real estate taxes assessed against property owned by such applicant have been paid through the quarter prior to that in which the application is filed;
B. 
All assessments levied against such property which are due have been paid;
C. 
All water and sewer billed for the last complete billing cycle have been paid.

§ 374-3 Restriction on issuance.

Except as provided in § 16-4, no approval, license, permit or relief shall be granted or issued by any board, employee or officer of the Borough unless the applicant has satisfied the requirements of Chapter 16.

§ 374-4 Exceptions.

This article shall not apply to:
A. 
Approvals, licenses, permits or relief applied for, sought or required by § 114-1 of this Code; or
B. 
Building permits where the value of the work for which the permit is sought, as determined by the Construction Official, does not exceed $15,000.
C. 
The Construction Official is empowered upon a clear showing of an emergency, as determined by him, to waive in writing the requirements of § 374-3.