Borough of Milltown, NJ
Middlesex County
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[1984 Code § 61-1; Ord. No. 791 § 1]
As used in this section:
DOG
Shall mean any dog, bitch or spayed bitch.
DOG OF LICENSING AGE
Shall mean any dog which has attained the age of seven months or which possesses a set of permanent teeth.
KEEPER
Shall mean any person exercising control over a dog or permitting a dog to remain on premises under his control.
OWNER
Shall mean and include, when applied to the proprietorship of a dog, every person having a right of property in such dog and every person who has such dog in his keeping.
PET SHOP
Shall mean any room or group of rooms, cage or exhibition pen, not part of a kennel, wherein dogs for sale are kept or displayed.
POUND
Shall mean any establishment for the confinement of dogs seized either under the provisions of this chapter or otherwise.
SHELTER
Shall mean any establishment where dogs are received, housed and distributed without charge.
[1984 Code § 61-2]
Licenses shall be required for the following dogs of licensing age:
a. 
Any dog owned or kept within the Borough by a resident of the Borough on the first day of January of any calendar year.
b. 
Any dog acquired by any person during the course of any calendar year and kept within the Borough for more than 10 days after acquisition.
c. 
Any dog attaining licensing age during the course of the calendar year.
d. 
Any licensed dog brought into the Borough by any person and kept within the Borough for more than 10 days.
e. 
Any dog licensed by another State, brought into the Borough by any person and kept within the Borough for more than 90 days.
[1984 Code § 61-3]
Each application for a license under this section shall give the following information:
a. 
A general description of the dog sought to be licensed, including breed, sex, age, color and markings, and whether such dog is of a long- or short-haired variety.
b. 
Name, street and post office address of the owner of and the person who shall keep or harbor such dog.
[1984 Code § 61-4]
Registration numbers shall be issued in the order in which applications are received.
[1984 Code § 61-5]
Applications for licenses for dogs which are required to be licensed by the provisions of subsection 5-1.2,a shall be made before the first day of February of each calendar year. In all other cases, the application for a license shall be made within 10 days of the day upon which the dog in question first becomes subject to the provisions of this section.
[1984 Code § 61-6]
The information on all applications under this section and the registration number issued to each licensed dog shall be preserved for a period of three years by the Borough Clerk. In addition, he shall forward similar information to the State Department of Health each month on forms furnished by the Department.
[1984 Code § 61-7; Ord. No. 791 § 2; Ord. No. 939 § 1; Ord. No. 1015; amended 10-28-2019 by Ord. No. 19-1483]
a. 
The annual fee for a dog license and registration tag shall be $7.80.
b. 
Any person applying for a license shall pay an additional fee of $3 for any dog of reproductive age which has not had its reproductive capacity permanently altered through sterilization, pursuant to Assembly Bill 1917, adopted as Chapter 172 of the Laws of 1983.
c. 
A late fee of $5 shall be charged for any license not obtained on or before February 1 in the year of the issue.
d. 
The same fees shall be charged for the annual renewal of each license and registration tag.
e. 
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 307 of the Laws of New Jersey of 1989, the annual fee for a potentially dangerous dog license and each renewal thereof shall be $700 dollars
f. 
If a license tag has been lost or misplaced, the Municipal Clerk may issue a duplicate license and registration tag for the particular animal for a fee of $2.
g. 
Summary of Fees.
License
$7.80
Pilot Clinic (State)
$0.20
Registration (State)
$1
Unspayed/Unneutered (State)
$3
Late Fee
$5
Potentially Dangerous Dog
$700
Duplicate License Fee
$2
[1984 Code § 61-8]
Each dog license and registration tag shall expire on the last day of January of the calendar year following the calendar year in which it was issued.
[1984 Code § 61-9]
The provisions of subsections 5-1.2 through 5-1.8 shall not apply to any dog licensed under subsections 5-1.2 through 5-1.8 of this chapter. Dogs used as guides for blind persons and commonly known as "Seeing Eye" dogs shall be licensed in the same manner as other dogs, except that the owner or keeper shall not be required to pay any fee.
[Ord. No. 905 § 1]
No person shall own, keep, harbor or maintain any dog over seven months of age within the Borough of Milltown, unless the dog is vaccinated and licensed.
[1]
Editor's Note: See Section 5-3 for Vaccination of Dogs and Cats.
[1984 Code § 61-19]
The Police reserves of the Borough shall annually cause a canvass to be made of all dogs owned, kept or harbored within the limits of the Borough and shall report to the Municipal Clerk, the Board of Health of the Borough and the State Department of Health the results thereof, setting forth in separate columns the names and addresses of persons owning, keeping or harboring dogs, the number of licensed dogs owned, kept or harbored by each person, together with the registration number of each dog; the number of unlicensed dogs owned, kept or harbored by each person, together with a complete description of each unlicensed dog.
[1984 Code § 61-25]
a. 
All dogs for which licenses are required by the provisions of this chapter to be licensed shall wear a collar or harness with the registration tag for such dog securely fastened thereto.
b. 
No person, except an Officer in the performance of his duties, shall remove a registration tag from the collar of any dog without the consent of the owner, nor shall any person attach a registration tag to a dog for which it was not issued.
[1984 Code § 61-27]
No person shall own, keep, harbor or maintain any dog which habitually barks or cries between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m.
[1984 Code § 61-31]
No person owning, harboring, keeping or having custody and control of a dog shall suffer, permit or allow such dog to upset garbage cans of neighbors or chase after motor vehicles.
[Ord. No. 815 § 61-34]
As used in this section:
ANIMAL
Shall mean, for the purpose of this section, dog or cat.
ANIMAL CONTROL AUTHORITY
Shall mean any person or agency designated or certified by the State of New Jersey to enforce the provisions of this section.
CAT
Shall mean any member of the domestic feline species; male, female, or altered.
CAT OF LICENSING AGE
Shall mean any cat which has attained the age of seven months, or possesses a set of permanent teeth.
CATTERY
Shall mean any room or group of rooms, cage, or exhibition pen, not part of a kennel, wherein cats for sale are kept or displayed.
LICENSING AUTHORITY
Shall mean the agency or Department of the Borough of Milltown or any designated representative thereof charged with administering the issuance and/or revocation of permits and licenses under the provisions of this chapter.
NEUTERED
Shall mean rendered permanently incapable of reproduction as certified by a licensed veterinarian.
OWNER
When applied to the proprietorship of a cat, shall include every person having a right of property (or custody) in such cat and every person who has such cat in his/her keeping, or who harbors or maintains a cat or knowingly permits a cat to remain on or about any premises occupied by that person.
PERSON
Shall mean any individual, corporation, partnership, organization or institution commonly recognized by law as a unit.
No person shall own, keep, harbor or maintain any cat over seven months of age within the Borough unless the cat is vaccinated and licensed.
[1]
Editor's Note: See Section 5-3, Vaccination of Dogs and Cats.
[Ord. No. 815 § 61-36; Ord. No. 873; Ord. No. 939 § 1; Ord. No. 1015; amended 10-28-2019 by Ord. No. 19-1483]
a. 
Cats To Have License Number Displayed. Any person who shall own, keep, or harbor a cat of licensing age shall annually apply for and procure from the Municipal Clerk or other official designated by the Governing Body to license cats in the municipality in which he/she resides, a license and official registration tag with license number, or a registration sleeve for each cat so owned, kept, or harbored, and shall place upon such cat a collar or other device with the license number securely fastened or displayed thereto. Acceptable methods of displaying license number shall include, but are not limited to, break-away or elastic collars. License tags or sleeves are not transferable.
b. 
Time for Applying for License. The owner of any newly acquired cat of licensing age, or of any cat which attains licensing age, shall make application for license tag or sleeve for such cat within 10 days after such acquisition or age attainment. This requirement will not apply to a nonresident keeping a cat within the Borough of Milltown for no longer than 90 days.
c. 
Cats Brought into Jurisdiction. Any person who shall bring, or cause to be brought, into the Borough any cat licensed in another state or municipality for the current year, and bearing registration tag or sleeve, and shall keep the same or permit the same to be kept within the Borough of Milltown for a period of more than 90 days, shall immediately apply for a license and registration tag or sleeve for each cat. Any person who shall bring or cause to be brought into the Borough any unlicensed cat, and shall keep same or permit same to be kept with the Borough of Milltown for a period of more than 10 days, shall immediately apply for a license and registration tag or sleeve for each such cat.
d. 
Application, Contents, Preservation of Information. The application shall state the breed, sex, age, color, and markings of the cat for which license and registration are sought, and whether it is of a long- or short-haired variety; also the name, street, and post office address of the owner, and the person who shall keep or harbor such cat. The information on the application and the registration number issued for the cat shall be preserved for a period of three years by the Clerk or other local official designated to license cats in the Borough.
e. 
License Forms and Tags. License forms and official tags or sleeves shall be furnished by the Borough and shall be numbered serially, and shall bear the year of issuance and the name of the Borough of Milltown.
f. 
Evidence of Inoculation with Rabies Vaccine or Certification of Exemption; Requirement of License. The Municipal Clerk or other official designated by the Borough Council to license cats shall grant any license and official registration tag or sleeve for any cat unless the owner thereof provides evidence that the cat to be licensed and registered has been inoculated with a rabies vaccine of a type approved by and administered in accordance with the recommendations of the United States Department of Agriculture and United States Department of Human Services or has been certified exempt. The rabies inoculation shall be administered by a duly licensed veterinarian, or by such other veterinarian permitted by law to do same.
g. 
License Fee Schedule. A license shall be issued after payment of a fee of $12 for each unneutered cat, and $9 for each neutered cat. Persons who fail to obtain a license, as required within the time period specified in this section, will be subject to a delinquent fee of $5..
h. 
Fees, Renewals, Expiration Date of License. License from another municipality shall be accepted. The person applying for the license and registration tag and/or sleeve shall pay a fee fixed or authorized. The fee for the renewal of license and registration tag or sleeve shall be the same as for the original, and the license, registration tag or sleeve and renewal thereof shall expire on the last day of January in the following year. Only one license and registration tag or sleeve shall be required in the licensing year for any cat in the Borough of Milltown. Any valid New Jersey license tag or sleeve issued by a New Jersey municipality shall be accepted by the Borough of Milltown as evidence of compliance.
i. 
Loss of License. If a license tag or sleeve has been misplaced or lost, the Municipal Clerk may issue a duplicate license and/or registration sleeve for the particular cat at a fee of $2.
j. 
Disposition of Fees Collected. License fees and other moneys collected or received under the provisions of this section shall be forwarded to the Chief Financial Officer and shall be placed in a special account separate from any of the other accounts of the Municipality and shall be used for the following purposes only: collecting, keeping, and disposing of cats liable to seizure, for local prevention and control of rabies, providing anti-rabies treatment under the direction of the local Board of Health for any person known or suspected to have been exposed to rabies, and for administering the provisions of this section. Any unexpected balance remaining in such special account shall be retained until the end of the third fiscal year following, and may be used for any of the purposes set forth in this section. At the end of the third fiscal year following, and at the end of each fiscal year thereafter, there shall be transferred from such special account to the general funds of the Borough any amount then in such account which is in excess of the total amount paid into the special account during the last two fiscal years next preceding.
k. 
Summary of Fees for a Cat License.
License
$9
Unspayed/Unneutered (state)
$3
Late Fee
$5
Potentially Dangerous Animal
$700
Duplicate License
$2
[Ord. No. 815 § 61-37]
No person, except an official in the performance of his duties, shall remove a registration tag or sleeve from any cat, nor shall any person attach a registration tag or sleeve to a cat for which it was not issued.
[Ord. No. 815 § 61-38]
No person shall abandon any cat within the Borough of Milltown. No person shall hinder, molest or interfere with anyone authorized or employed to perform any duty under this section.
[Ord. No. 815 § 61-39]
Proof of licensing shall be produced by any person owning, keeping, maintaining, or harboring a cat, upon the request of any health official, police officer, animal control officer, or other authorized person.
[Ord. No. 815 §§ 61-40 – 61-42]
a. 
Any person authorized to enforce this section shall take into custody and impound or cause to be taken into custody and impounded, and thereafter destroyed or disposed of as provided in paragraph b and c any cat off the premises of the owner or of the person keeping or harboring the cat on complaint of the Police or of the resident of the premises to which the cat has strayed, as well as any cat which the Animal Control Authority has substantial reason to believe is abandoned, diseased or injured.
b. 
Notice of Seizure; Service. If any cat so seized wears a collar having inscribed thereon or attached thereto the name and address of any person or a registration tag, or if the cat has identification as herein provided, or if the owner or other person keeping or harboring the cat is otherwise known, the Enforcement Authority or any person authorized in that behalf may return the cat to the owner, and if not, he shall immediately notify by telephone or mail the person whose address is given on the collar or the person whose name is registered as the owner. The notice shall state that the cat has been seized and will be liable to be disposed of or destroyed if not claimed within seven days after the service of the notice. A notice under this section may be served by delivering it to the person on whom it is to be served or by leaving it at the person's usual or last known place of abode or by mailing the same to the address given on the collar or registration.
c. 
Redemption of Cats; Destruction.
1. 
For every cat impounded, there shall be charged detention expense of $1 per day or part thereof to cover costs of maintenance.
2. 
Before the Enforcement Authority shall release a cat from detention and if the cat so seized shall have been licensed and registered, the owner or other person shall produce proof of such licensing and registration; or if the cat shall not have been licensed and registered, the owner or other person shall otherwise produce such evidence of ownership or custody as may be deemed sufficient by the Enforcement Authority.
3. 
Additionally, the Enforcement Authority shall not release the cat to such owner or other person unless and until such owner or other person shall have paid all the fees required to be paid hereunder and, if the cat be unlicensed and not registered, an additional charge of $2 payable to the Borough of Milltown for the issuance of a license.
4. 
The Enforcement Authority shall be required to detain every identifiable licensed cat for a period of seven days after its seizure and after notice has been given pursuant to paragraph b hereto, and shall detain every unlicensed cat or every other cat so seized where it cannot be identified or notice cannot be given as set forth in paragraph b for a period of five days after its seizure. If after such respective periods of detention, no person has claimed the cat or will pay the charges required hereunder, the Enforcement Authority may sooner dispose of any cat, whether or not the owner is known or whether it be licensed, if the cat be so ill or injured as to justify such disposal.
[Ord. No. 815 § 61-43]
Any cat which has bitten or abraded the skin of a human being shall be forthwith quarantined into the care of the Enforcement Authority for observation and examination. Before such cat is released from quarantine, the Enforcement Authority shall certify that, to the best of his knowledge, such cat is free of rabies; provided, however, if any cat has received antirabic treatment under the direction of the Enforcement Authority or a licensed veterinarian within one year prior to the time that it has bitten or abraded the skin of a human being, such cat may, in the discretion of the Enforcement Authority, be quarantined into the care of its owner for a period of not less than 10 days from the day of the bite or abrasion; provided further that this section shall not be construed as preventing the Enforcement Authority, where necessary, from quarantining the animals referred to herein so long as, prior to such animal's release, an examination shall be made by a licensed veterinarian and a written report thereof be transmitted to the Enforcement Authority.
[Ord. No. 815 § 61-44]
It shall be the duty of each member of the Police Department and the Health Department to assist and cooperate in carrying out the provisions of this section.
[Ord. No. 815 § 61-45]
Any person who violates any of the provisions of this section shall, upon conviction, be punished by a fine not in excess of $1,000 or 90 days in jail or both, in the discretion of the Municipal Court Judge.
[Ord. No. 815 § 61-35; Ord. No. 905 § 1]
a. 
Vaccination and License Requirements. No person shall own, keep, harbor, or maintain any cat over seven months of age within the Borough unless such cat is vaccinated and licensed. The provisions of this section do not apply to dogs in a pet shop or cats held in a cattery, or those held by a State or Federal licensed facility, or a veterinary establishment where dogs or cats are received or kept for diagnostic, medical, surgical or other treatments, or licensed animal shelters, pounds, kennels, or pets shops.
b. 
Vaccination. All dogs and cats shall be vaccinated against rabies by a licensed veterinarian in accordance with the latest "Compendium of Animal Rabies Vaccines and Recommendations for Immunization" published by the National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians, except as provided for in subsection (c).
c. 
Exemptions. Any dog or cat may be exempted from the requirements of such vaccination for a specified period of time by the local Board of Health, upon presentation of a veterinarian's certificate stating that because of an infirmity or other physical condition, or regimen of therapy, the inoculation of such dog or cat shall be deemed advisable.
[1984 Code § 61-28; Ord. No. 759 § 1; Ord. No. 905 § 1]
a. 
No person owning, keeping or harboring any dog or cat shall suffer or permit it to run at large upon the public streets or in any public park, public building or other public place within the Borough.
b. 
No person owning, keeping or harboring any dog or cat shall suffer or permit it to be upon the public streets or in any of the public places of the Borough unless such dog or cat is accompanied by a person over the age of 12 years and is securely confined and controlled by an adequate leash not more than six feet long.
c. 
Dogs, cats and other pets may only be walked in the roadway along the curb within the Borough.
[1984 Code § 61-29]
No person owning, keeping or harboring a dog or cat shall permit or suffer it to do any injury or to do any damage to any lawn, shrubbery, flowers, grounds or property.
[1984 Code § 61-30; Ord. No. 905 § 1]
No person owning, harboring, keeping or having custody and control of a dog, cat or other pet, shall suffer, permit or allow such dog, cat or other pet to urinate or defecate on the property of the public or on the property of another person. If a dog, cat or other pet defecates on the property of the public or on the property of another person, the person owning, harboring, keeping or having custody and control over the dog, cat or other pet, must remove the defection immediately.
[1984 Code § 61-10]
Any person who keeps or operates or proposes to establish a kennel, pet shop, shelter or pound shall apply to the Municipal Clerk for a license entitling him to keep or operate such establishment. Any person holding such license shall not be required to secure individual licenses for dogs owned by such licensee and kept at such establishments; such licenses shall not be transferable to another owner or different premises.
[1984 Code § 61-11]
The application shall contain the following information:
a. 
The name and permanent and local address of the applicant.
b. 
The street address where the establishment is located, or proposed to be located, together with a general description of the premises.
c. 
The purposes for which it is to be maintained.
d. 
The maximum number of dogs to be accommodated by such establishment at any one time.
[1984 Code § 61-12]
No license shall be issued until the proposed licensee submits a written statement from the Sanitary Inspector of the Board of Health that the establishment or proposed establishment complies with the local and State rules governing the location of and sanitation at such establishments.
[1984 Code § 61-13]
All licenses issued for a kennel, pet shop, shelter or pound shall state the purpose for which the establishment is maintained, and all such licenses shall expire on the last day of January of each year.
[1984 Code § 61-14]
The annual license fees for kennel and pet shop licenses shall be as designated by resolution of the Borough Council.
[1984 Code § 61-15]
a. 
All licenses issued for a kennel, pet shop, shelter or pound shall be subject to revocation by the Borough Council on recommendation of the State Department of Health or the Board of Health of the Borough for failure to comply with the rules and regulations of the State Department of Health or the Borough Board of Health, after the owner has been afforded a hearing by either the State Department of Health or the Borough Board of Health.
b. 
Any person holding a license to establish, keep or operate a kennel, pet shop, shelter or pound shall comply with all Borough ordinances and the rules and regulations promulgated by the State Department of Health governing the sanitary conduct and operation of kennels, pet shops, shelters and pounds, the preservation of sanitation therein and the prevention of the spread of rabies and other diseases of dogs within and from such establishments.
[1984 Code § 61-16]
The Municipal Clerk shall forward to the State Department of Health a list of all kennels, pet shops, shelters and pounds licensed within 30 days after the licenses therefor are issued, which list shall include the name and address of the licensee and the kind of license issued.
[1984 Code § 61-17]
No dog or cat kept in a kennel, pet shop, shelter or pound shall be permitted off such premises, except on leash or in a crate or other safe control.
[1984 Code § 61-18]
a. 
License fees and other moneys collected or received under the provisions of this chapter, except the registration tag fees, shall be forwarded to the Borough Treasurer within 30 days after collection or receipt and shall be placed in a special account separate from any of the other accounts of the Borough and shall be used for the following purposes only: collecting, keeping and disposing of dogs liable to seizure under this chapter; local prevention and control of rabies; providing antirabies treatment under the direction of the local Board of Health for any person known or suspected to have been exposed to rabies; all other purposes prescribed by the statues of New Jersey governing the subject; and for administering the provisions of this chapter. Any unexpended balance remaining in such special account shall be retained therein until the end of the third fiscal year following and may be used for any of the purposes set forth in this section. At the end of the third fiscal year following, and at the end of each fiscal year thereafter, there shall be transferred from such special account to the general funds of the Borough any amount then in such account which is in excess of the total amount paid into the special account during the last two fiscal years next preceding.
b. 
The registration tag fee of $0.50 for each dog shall be forwarded within 30 days after collection by the Clerk to the State Department of Health.
[1984 Code § 61-32]
The Mayor, with the consent of the Borough Council, shall have the power to appoint an Animal Control Officer, whose duty it shall be to enforce the provisions of this chapter. The Borough Council shall also have the power to appoint one or more persons, to be known as "dog catchers," who may impound unlicensed dogs and cats running at large in violation of the provisions of this chapter.
[1984 Code § 61-21]
The Animal Control Officer of the Borough shall take into custody and impound, or cause to be taken into custody and impounded, any of the following dogs or cats:
a. 
Any unlicensed dog or any cat running at large in violation of the provisions of this chapter.
b. 
Any dog or cat off the premises of the owner of or the person keeping or harboring such dog or cat which the Poundmaster or his agent has reason to believe is a stray dog or cat.
c. 
Any dog off the premises of the owner of or the person keeping or harboring such dog without a current registration tag on its collar.
d. 
Any female dog in season off the premises of the owner of or the person keeping or harboring such dog.
[1984 Code § 61-22]
a. 
Any officer or agent authorized or empowered to perform any duty under this chapter is hereby authorized to go upon any premises to seize for impounding any dog which he may lawfully seize and impound when such officer is in immediate pursuit of such dog, except upon the premises of the owner of the dog if the owner is present and forbids same.
b. 
If any dog or cat so impounded or seized wears a registration tag, collar or harness having inscribed thereon or attached thereto the name and address of any person or if the owner of or the person keeping or harboring the dog or cat is known, the Animal Control Officer shall immediately service on the person whose address is given on the collar or on the person owning, keeping or harboring the dog or cat a notice, in writing, stating that the dog or cat has been seized and will be liable to be disposed of or destroyed if not claimed within seven days after the service of the notice.
c. 
A notice under this section may be served either by delivering it to the person on whom it is to be served, or by leaving it at the person's usual or last-known place of abode, or at the address given on the collar, or by forwarding it by mail in a prepaid letter addressed to that person at his usual or last-known place of abode, or to the address given on the collar.
[1984 Code § 61-23]
The Animal Control Officer of the Borough is authorized and empowered to cause the destruction of any unclaimed dog or cat, in as humane a manner as possible, under any of the following contingencies:
a. 
When any dog or cat so seized has not been claimed by the person owning, keeping or harboring such dog within seven days after notice or within seven days of the dog's detention when notice has not been or cannot be given, as set forth in the previous section.
b. 
If the person owning, keeping or harboring any dog or cat so seized has not claimed the dog or cat and has not paid all expenses incurred by reason of its detention, including maintenance, not to exceed a fee designated by resolution of this Borough Council.
c. 
If the seized dog is unlicensed at the time of its seizure and the person owning, keeping or harboring such dog has not produced a license and registration tag as provided in this chapter.
[1984 Code § 61-24; Ord. No. 905 § 1]
No person shall own, keep or harbor a dog or other pet in the Borough except in compliance with the provisions of this chapter.
[1984 Code § 61-26]
No person shall hinder, molest or interfere with anyone authorized or empowered to perform any duty under this chapter.
[1984 Code § 61-33]
Any person who violates any of the provisions of this chapter shall, upon conviction thereof, be subject to a fine not exceeding $500 or imprisonment for a period not exceeding 90 days, or both.
[Ord. No. 06-1228, Preamble]
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection mandated Municipal Stormwater Regulation Program mandates that all municipalities adopt an ordinance to prohibit the feeding of wild animals on public property.
[Ord. No. 06-1228 § 1]
The feeding of unconfined wildlife in any public park or on any other property owned or operated by the Borough is prohibited so as to protect public health, safety and welfare, and to prescribe penalties for failure to comply.
[Ord. No. 06-1228 § II]
As used in this section:
FEED
Shall mean to give, place, expose, deposit, distribute or scatter any edible material with the intention of feeding, attracting or enticing wildlife. Feeding does not include baiting in the legal taking of fish and/or game.
PERSON
Shall mean any individual, corporation, company, partnership, firm, association, or political subdivision of this State subject to municipal jurisdiction.
WILDLIFE
Shall mean all animals that are neither human nor domesticated.
[Ord. No. 06-1228 § III]
No person shall feed, in any public park or on any other property owned or operated by the Borough of Milltown, any wildlife, excluding confined wildlife (for example, wildlife confined in zoos, parks or rehabilitation centers, or unconfined wildlife at environmental education centers).
[Ord. No. 06-1228 § IV]
a. 
This section shall be enforced by the Milltown Police Department and/or the Code Enforcement Officer.
b. 
Any person found to be in violation of this section shall be ordered to cease the feeding immediately.
[Ord. No. 06-1228 § V]
Any person(s) who is found to be in violation of the provisions of this section shall be subject, upon conviction, to the penalty stated in Chapter 1, Section 1-5.