[Ord. No. BH-2016-73; Ord. No. BH-00-54 § 1; Ord. No. BH-2011-64 § 1; Ord. No. BH-2012-69 § 43]
The following schedule is established for all fees within the jurisdiction of the Board of Health:
Determination of Soil Characteristics.
Permit to conduct soil testing (BH2-4.1a) (per day or part): $300.
On-Site Sewage Disposal.
Permit to locate and construct a septic system (BH2-7a) (includes installation inspection): $450.
Permit to repair or alter a septic system (BH2-7b) (includes installation inspections): $150.
Retail Food Handling (BH7-7.1).
Area (square feet)
From one to 2,500: $250.
2,501 to 5,000: $300.
5,001 to 10,000: $375.
Over 10,000: $375 plus $75 for each additional 10,000 square feet (or part thereof)
Vending machines (potentially hazardous foods only): $125/machine.
Mobile, catering: $125.
Agricultural activity: $125.
Temporary activity: $75.
Nonprofit organizations: none.
Restaurant construction inspections: $150.
Restaurant/food consultation - i.e. Special Process written plans, sushi plans, smoking, curing, fermenting, etc: $25 per 1/2 hour.
Registrar of Vital Statistics Fees.
[Ord. No. BH-00-54 § 1]
The fees established by this chapter shall supersede those fees established elsewhere in the Board of Health Ordinances.
[Ord. No. BH-00-56 § 1]
The provisions of this subsection shall apply to any full-time resident of the township who serves as a volunteer in any qualifying volunteer emergency service organization serving Branchburg Township. Such volunteer must be certified to be a member in good standing of their respective volunteer emergency service organization in writing by the Chief Executive Officer of that volunteer emergency service organization.
A member in "good standing" shall mean any person who shall have served at least one year of continuous volunteer service in a volunteer emergency service organization serving Branchburg Township.
[Ord. No. BH-2011-64 § 2]
Appropriate reinspection fees shall be paid within five business days after the reinspection each time the owner or operator of any food establishment fails to receive a satisfactory inspection rating from the Board of Health.