Town of Dover, NJ
Morris County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of Dover 8-27-1996 as Ord. No. 30-1996. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Alcoholic beverages — See Ch. 105.
Amusement devices — See Ch. 109.
Social and athletic clubs — See Ch. 144.
Dancing and dance halls — See Ch. 158.
Flea markets and concessionaires — See Ch. 196.
Junk dealers — See Ch. 229.
Pawnbrokers — See Ch. 269.
Poolrooms and bowling alleys — See Ch. 281.
Taxicabs and limousines — See Ch. 349.
Theaters, shows and other exhibitions — See Ch. 357.
Towing — See Ch. 361.
All businesses located within the Town of Dover must register said business with the offices of the Municipal Clerk and/or his designee. All businesses will be required to register within 90 days of the passage of this chapter. New businesses will be required to register prior to receiving requisite approvals from the Building/Construction Office.
The Municipal Clerk and/or his designee will promulgate the necessary registry with business owners which will require the following information: their principal owners, addresses and/or incorporation data, telephone numbers and telephone numbers where owners can be reached after the close of business as well as compliance with state statutory requirements mandated by the Fire Department and/or the Office of Emergency Management.
Businesses will be required to update this information on an annual basis, and there shall be an administrative fee of $5 imposed to offset costs associated with maintaining said registry. Businesses that are required to obtain other annual licenses from the Town of Dover will be exempt from the administration fee.
Any person, firm or corporation failing to register with the Municipal Clerk and/or his designee and/or to annually update their registry shall be subjected to a fine not exceeding $200 for the first violation and not more than $500 for any subsequent violation.