Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ
Morris County
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[Adopted 10-28-1986 by Ord. No. 86:72 as Sec. 11-2 of the 1986 Code]
[Amended by Ord. No. 90:29]
It shall be unlawful for any person to construct or place construction equipment, construction materials, construction vehicles and construction dumpsters in and upon any Township-owned or unaccepted dedicated street, avenue, highway, lane, alley or public place in the Township without first obtaining a permit.
[Amended by Ord. No. 90:29; 12-20-2005 by Ord. No. 2005:31]
The permit shall be issued by the Director of Public Works after approval by the Township Engineer and Township Police Department of an application therefor, accompanied by a fee of $30, showing thereon:
A. 
The name and address of the applicant.
B. 
The proposed form of construction.
C. 
The exact location of and for the proposed construction.
D. 
That the proposed construction will not interfere with the proper drainage of the street, avenue, highway, lane, alley or other public place in the Township wherein it is proposed to place the construction and that it would not impair the public health, safety and welfare of the Township inhabitants.
E. 
Verification that Chapter 360, Article VI of the Code has been complied with.
The Township Council aforesaid may by a majority vote declare any encroachment, obstruction or encumbrance in, over or upon any Township- owned or unaccepted dedicated street, avenue, highway, lane, alley or public place in the Township that interferes with the proper drainage of the Township owned or unaccepted dedicated street, avenue, highway, lane, alley or public place in the Township or impairs the public health, safety or welfare of the Township and its inhabitants a nuisance and order the same to be abated by the removal of the encroachment, obstruction or encumbrance in such manner as it may designate.
Whenever the Township Council declares any obstructions, encroachments or encumbrances in, over and upon any Township- owned or unaccepted dedicated street, avenue, highway, lane, alley or public place a nuisance they shall cause the Township Clerk to notify the person who did or had such construction work done to abate the nuisance in the manner set forth in the notice, which notice shall be sent to the person hereinabove named by registered mail or served upon him personally.
Should the person who did or had such construction work done constituting the encroachment, obstruction or encumbrance as aforesaid fail to abate the nuisance within 30 days after receiving the notice in the manner set forth therein, the Township may proceed to abate the nuisance and the person shall be liable for the costs thereof which, after certification to the Tax Collector of the Township, shall constitute a lien upon the lands of the person who did or caused such construction to be done abutting the street, avenue, highway, lane, alley or other public place.