Township of Denville, NJ
Morris County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Council of the Township of Denville as indicated in section histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
[Adopted by Ord. No. 1-96; amended by Ord. No. 22-05 (Ch. 2, Sec. 2-31.7, of the 1978 Revised General Ordinances)]
A. 
Preamble. The provisions of N.J.S.A. 40A:14-156.1 authorize mutual aid agreements between municipalities for the rendering of fire and/or police assistance to one another in emergency situations, upon the adoption of reciprocal ordinances. In accordance with the foregoing statutory provisions, the Municipal Council of the Township of Denville wishes to enter into a mutual aid agreement with the Town of Boonton, the Township of Boonton, the Borough of Butler, the Borough of Kinnelon, the Borough of Lincoln Park, the Board of Fire Commissioners of Montville Township Fire District No. 1, the Borough of Mountain Lakes, the Township of Pequannock, the Board of Fire Commissioners of Montville Township Fire District No. 3, the Borough of Riverdale and the Board of Fire Commissioners of Montville Township Fire District No. 2 for the provision of fire protection services in the event of an emergency, disaster or widespread conflagration.
B. 
Execution of agreement. Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:14-156.1, the Mayor and Township Clerk are hereby authorized to execute a mutual aid agreement with the Town of Boonton, the Township of Boonton, the Borough of Butler, the Borough of Kinnelon, the Borough of Lincoln Park, the Board of Fire Commissioners of Montville Township Fire District No. 1, the Borough of Mountain Lakes, the Township of Pequannock, the Board of Fire Commissioners of Montville Township Fire District No. 3, the Borough of Riverdale and the Board of Fire Commissioners of Montville Township Fire District No. 2 for the provision of fire protection services in the event of an emergency, disaster or widespread conflagration, which agreement shall include, but not be limited to, the following terms and conditions:
(1) 
Each party agrees that in the event of a fire, disaster or widespread conflagration within the municipal jurisdiction of any other party, the appropriate services and assistance will be provided upon request and to the extent reasonably possible without endangering persons or property within the municipality rendering such assistance.
(2) 
All mutual fire aid rendered pursuant to the mutual aid agreement shall be provided without charge or expense to the municipality receiving such assistance. By executing the mutual aid agreement each party acknowledges that it shall be solely responsible for the provision of any and all salary and other benefits for its firemen, whether paid or volunteer, rendering assistance within the other municipality, to the same extent as if such firemen were performing their duties within the municipality, providing the assistance.
(3) 
The mutual aid agreement shall have an initial term of one year and shall be automatically renewed for additional and successive one-year terms, unless and until one of the parties thereto elects to terminate the agreement by providing prior written notice to the other parties to the agreement.
[Adopted by Ord. No. 2-96; amended by Ord. No. 22-05 (Ch. 2, Sec. 2-31.8, of the 1978 Revised General Ordinances)]
A. 
Preamble.
(1) 
The Township of Randolph has agreed to provide sewer service to eight lots in the Rustic Woods development which lots are located in the Township of Denville.
(2) 
The Township of Denville desires to enter into an agreement with the Township of Randolph for the provision of sewer services by the Township of Randolph to the Rustic Woods development.
(3) 
Such an agreement is authorized pursuant to the Interlocal Services Act, N.J.S.A. 40:8A-1 et seq.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: The Interlocal Services Act, N.J.S.A. 40:8A-1 et seq., was repealed by P.L. 2007, c. 63. See now the Uniform Shared Services and Consolidation Act, N.J.S.A. 40A:65-1 et seq.
(4) 
The agreement provides that the Township of Denville shall convey a sewer easement to the Township of Randolph.
B. 
Execution of agreement. The Mayor and Township Clerk are hereby authorized to execute the agreement with the Township of Randolph for the provision of sewer services by the Township of Randolph for eight lots in the Rustic Woods development, a copy of which agreement is on file in the Township Clerk's office.
C. 
Execution of deed of easement. The Mayor and Township Clerk are hereby authorized to execute a deed of easement conveying a sewer easement to the Township of Randolph for the provision of sewer services to the Rustic Woods development.
[Adopted by Ord. No. 27-99; amended by Ord. No. 22-05 (Ch. 2, Sec. 2-31.11, of the 1978 Revised General Ordinances)]
A. 
Preamble. The provisions of N.J.S.A. 40A:14-156 et seq., N.J.S.A. 40:8A-1 et seq.,[1] authorize mutual aid agreements for the rendering of police assistance outside the normal territorial jurisdiction of the municipality. In accordance with the foregoing statutory provisions, the Municipal Council of the Township of Denville wishes to enter into a mutual aid agreement known as the Morris County Regional Emergency Deployment System (MCREDS) to render supplemental law enforcement assistance in the event of an emergency, disaster or widespread crisis.
[1]
Editor's Note: The Interlocal Services Act, N.J.S.A. 40:8A-1 et seq., was repealed by P.L. 2007, c. 63. See now the Uniform Shared Services and Consolidation Act, N.J.S.A. 40A:65-1 et seq.
B. 
Execution of agreement. Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:14-156 et seq., N.J.S.A. 40:8A-1 et seq., and as otherwise provided by law, the Mayor and Municipal Clerk are hereby authorized to execute a mutual aid agreement with the County of Morris and the municipalities within the County of Morris for the provision of supplemental law enforcement assistance in the event of an emergency, disaster or widespread crisis, which agreement shall include, but not be limited to, the following terms and conditions:
(1) 
Each party agrees that in the event of an emergency, disaster or widespread crisis within the municipal jurisdiction of any other party, the appropriate services and assistance will be provided upon request and to the extent reasonably possible without endangering persons or property within the municipality rendering such assistance.
(2) 
All mutual aid rendered pursuant to the mutual aid agreement and MCREDS Plan shall be provided without charge or expense to the municipality receiving such assistance. By executing the mutual aid agreement, each party acknowledges that it shall be solely responsible for the provision of any and all salary and other benefits for its personnel, whether paid or volunteer, rendering assistance within the other municipality, to the same extent as if such personnel were performing their duties within the municipality providing the assistance.
(3) 
The mutual aid agreement shall have an initial term of one year and shall be automatically renewed for additional and successive one-year terms, unless and until one of the parties thereto elects to terminate the agreement by providing prior written notice to the other parties to the agreement.