Borough of Collingswood, NJ
Camden County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Commissioners of the Borough of Collingswood: Art. I, 7-18-1988 as Ord. No. 926. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Coin-operated amusement devices — See Ch. 97.
Amusements — See Ch. 101.
Animals — See Ch. 105.
Canvassing and soliciting — See Ch. 123.
Uniform construction codes — See Ch. 135.
Development regulations — See Ch. 141.
Garage sales — See Ch. 173.
Noise — See Ch. 207.
Poolrooms — See Ch. 223.
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 265.
Private swimming pools — See Ch. 269.
Taxicabs — See Ch. 277.
Vehicle sales lots — See Ch. 289.
[Adopted 7-18-1988 as Ord. No. 926]
[Amended 5-21-1990 by Ord. No. 972]
A. 
Except as hereinafter set forth in Subsection B, prior to the issuance or approval by the Borough of Collingswood of any license, as provided for within the Code of the borough, the applicant, if he is the owner of the property wherein the business or activity for which the license or permit is sought or wherein the business or activity is to be conducted, shall pay any delinquent property taxes or assessments assessed on the property wherein the business or activity for which the license or permit is sought or wherein the business or activity is to be conducted.
B. 
In the event that the health, safety and welfare of the municipality or its inhabitants is threatened by continued code violations cited by borough officials and in the event that application is made to the Borough Commissioners to waive the requirements of Subsection A above, this provision may, by proper resolution of the governing body, be waived as herein set forth.
Any license or permit issued or approved by the Borough of Collingswood shall be revoked or suspended if the licensee is the owner of the property for which the license or permit has been issued or approved and the licensee has failed to pay the taxes due on the property for at least three (3) consecutive quarters.
Upon payment of all delinquent taxes and assessments, the license or permit shall be restored.