Borough of Stanhope, NJ
Sussex County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Stanhope: Art. I, 10-31-1989 as Ord. No. 1989-24. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Board of Health — See Ch. 19.
[Adopted by the Mayor and Council 10-31-1989 as Ord. No. 1989-24]
This Article shall not be deemed to apply to or include private swimming pools.
As used in this Article, words and terms shall be as defined by the New Jersey Sanitary Code, Chapter IX, Public Recreational Bathing.
Pursuant to the authority provided by the New Jersey Sanitary Code, Chapter IX, Public Recreational Bathing, the licensing procedures for public recreational bathing places shall be as set forth herein.
No person or persons shall locate and construct, alter or operate a public recreational bathing place until the permits or licenses required therefor by the New Jersey Sanitary Code, Chapter IX, Public Recreational Bathing, have been issued by the Borough of Stanhope Department of Health.
A fee for each permit, license or inspection hereinafter identified shall be required in the amount indicated for each prior to the issuance or performance of same.
A. 
Permit to locate and construct a swimming pool: one thousand dollars ($1,000.).
B. 
Permit to alter a swimming pool: five hundred dollars ($500.).
C. 
An annual license to operate a public recreational bathing place.
(1) 
Public bathing beach: two hundred dollars ($200.).
[Amended 6-25-1991 by Ord. No. 1991-13]
(2) 
Hot tub or spa: forty dollars ($40.).
(3) 
Swimming pool: seventy-five dollars ($75.).
(4) 
Wading pool: twenty dollars ($20.).
A. 
Permits to locate and construct or alter a public recreational bathing place shall expire nine (9) months subsequent to issuance unless extended by the issuing authority for cause.
B. 
Licenses issued for the operation of a public recreational bathing place shall expire on May 1 following the date of issuance.
C. 
Application for license renewal shall be submitted, together with the appropriate license fee, prior to the start of operation in each new license year.
A permit or license required under this Article may be denied, suspended or revoked by the Health Officer for failure to comply with any provision of the Code of Stanhope or the New Jersey Sanitary Code relative to public recreational bathing.