Township of Bloomfield, NJ
Essex County
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[Adopted 11-19-1962 as Secs. 26-1, 26-6, 26-7 and 26-15 of the 1962 Code (Ch. 230, Art. I, of the 1987 Code)]
Any license or permit granted by the Township Council or by any board, department, bureau or official of the Township for the erection, installation, laying, existence or maintenance of any object, obstacle, obstruction, projection, construction or any other matter or thing of any kind or nature whatsoever in, under, upon or across any street, highway, sidewalk, stream, park, playground or other public place or property of any kind or nature whatsoever shall be subject to suspension, rescission and revocation at the pleasure of the Council, without compensation, without cause and notwithstanding that the time for which such license or permit was granted shall not have expired.
The name of any new street shall be submitted to the Township Council for its approval. Such name shall be unlike the name of any other street in the Township before such street shall be dedicated to public use.
When the owners of 2/3 of the real estate fronting along any street in the Township shall petition the Township Council, in writing, to change the name of such street, the Township Council shall pass an ordinance changing the name of such street to the name designated or prayed for in such petition, provided that such name shall be unlike the name of any other street in the Township and also provided that the cost of the official publication of such ordinance shall be paid for by the owners of real estate petitioning for such change of name.
[Amended 11-7-1988]
A. 
The owners or occupants of stores or other places of business shall keep the sidewalks and gutters in front of their respective premises in a clean and orderly condition.
B. 
In order to properly maintain a clean and orderly condition as hereinabove set forth, it shall be the duty of the owners or occupants to broom-clean the sidewalks and gutters within 30 minutes after the opening of the premises for business; between the hours of 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m.; and within 30 minutes prior to the closing of the premises for business that day.
[Added 11-2-1987; amended 5-5-2008 by Ord. No. 08-18]
Any person who violates any provision of this article shall, upon conviction thereof, be subject to a penalty as provided by § 1-15, General penalty, of this Code.