Township of North Brunswick, NJ
Middlesex County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Mayor and Council of the Township of North Brunswick 1-14-2002 by Ord. No. 02-2. Amendments noted where applicable.]

§ 318-1 Service for Township departments and events.

Any Township of North Brunswick Department or any event sponsored or financed by the Township of North Brunswick may request transportation services to be provided by the Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services for special programs and events. Such requests will be granted provided a driver and funds are available. All costs will be absorbed through the Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services budget.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Former Department of Human Services became the Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services 2-2-2004 by Ord. No. 04-1.

§ 318-2 Service for Township-based groups and organizations.

A. 
North Brunswick-based groups/organizations (including school groups) may request transportation services to be provided by the Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services for special programs and events. All requests shall be subject to Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services approval. The Department reserves the right to deny transportation to any group/organization/individual.
B. 
Groups approved for transportation services through the Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services will be invoiced and responsible for the following charges:
(1) 
Driver time/overtime. The sponsoring group/organization will, at least 10 days prior to the event, pay in advance to the Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services any/all costs associated with securing a driver to work the program/event. This shall include regular pay, overtime pay, or holiday pay dependent on the time and day that the service is provided. The sponsoring group/organization will be made aware that driver rates might vary slightly and that drivers are given the opportunity for overtime on a rotating basis. In the event the actual time shall exceed the advance payment, the sponsoring group/organization shall promptly pay to the Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services any and all such additional costs. If the actual cost shall be less than the payment, the Department shall reimburse the excess.
(2) 
Mileage. The sponsoring group/organization will pay in advance to the Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services estimated mileage at the standard IRS rate. If the actual costs for mileage shall exceed the advance payment, the sponsoring group/organization shall promptly pay to the Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services any and all such additional costs. If the actual cost shall be less than the payment, the Department shall reimburse the excess.
(3) 
Administrative fee. The sponsoring group/organization will pay in advance to the Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services a $15 administrative fee per approved request.
(4) 
Tolls/parking. The sponsoring group/organization is responsible for all toll and parking fees at the time of the event.

§ 318-3 Insurance.

A. 
The sponsoring group/organization shall, at least 10 days prior to the event, deliver to the Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services a certificate of insurance naming the Township of North Brunswick as a named insured and which shall contain a clause indemnifying and saving harmless the Township of North Brunswick and all its agents, servants and/or employees from any and all liability of whatever nature arising from the provision of such transportation services by the Township. The policy shall be a comprehensive general liability policy with minimum limits of $1,000,000 bodily injury (BI) each occurrence and $500,000 property damage (PD) each occurrence. The certificate of insurance must indicate coverage at the above minimum limits for:
(1) 
Contractual;
(2) 
Independent contractors; and
(3) 
Completed operations.
B. 
The certificate shall also indicate coverage for comprehensive automobile liability with minimum limits of $1,500,000 bodily injury (BI) each occurrence and $1,500,000 property damage (PD) each occurrence and shall further indicate coverage in the above limits for hired vehicles and nonowned vehicles.