Borough of Fort Lee, NJ
Bergen County
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[HISTORY: Derived from Ch. X, Sec. 10-7, of the Revised General Ordinances of the Borough of Fort Lee, 1978, adopted 3-1-1979. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Uniform Construction Codes — See Ch. 193.
Housing standards — See Ch. 246.
Any and all apartment buildings five stories in height or more constructed in the borough after December 17, 1976, shall provide a minimum of one passenger elevator for each 90 families or fraction thereof, plus one service elevator; provided, however, that the requirements of this chapter shall not apply to any apartment building which is financed by, and the plans for which are approved by, the New Jersey Housing Finance Agency (NJHFA) as a housing project designed for and devoted exclusively to senior citizens.
All such service elevators referred to in § 205-1 hereof shall have a minimum inside cab dimension of seven feet by five feet.
All elevators within the borough shall be assessed an annual registration and inspection fee of $20, which fee shall be paid on February 1 each year.
All elevators within the borough shall be inspected semiannually by the office of the Building Inspector; in lieu of this inspection, a certification by an authorized elevator company or a liable insurance company.
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Any inspection requiring immediate attention by the office of the Building Inspector due to the malfunction of the elevator or improper service shall result in an additional charge of $25 per elevator per inspection.
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All fees and charges set forth herein shall be liens against the property in question.
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All elevators mentioned herein shall have posted therein a sign constructed of permanent material bearing the words "NO SMOKING."
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No person shall remove or render illegible any "NO SMOKING" signs posted in said elevators. In the event any such notices or signs are wrongfully removed or rendered illegible, it shall be the duty of the owner thereof to place another legible sign in said elevator within 24 hours after written notice from any person of such wrongful removal or illegibility.