City of Bridgeton, NJ
Cumberland County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Bridgeton as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Abandoned vehicles — See Ch. 347.
Vehicles and traffic — See Ch. 350.
[Adopted 4-17-1979 by Ord. 78-30]
No motorized vehicle or motorized bicycle of any type or kind, including but not limited to the following commonly described types: motorized bicycles, motor vehicles, mopeds, and go-carts, shall operate or trespass on the property more fully described below.
The City of Bridgeton shall post such notice on the premises as shall reasonably notify the public, but in any event, publication of this chapter shall be deemed to be sufficient notice to the public.
The property limited by the above was a portion of what was commonly known as the old New Jersey Central Railroad right-of-way, now being a portion of Lot 33, Block 184, on the Tax Map of the City of Bridgeton, more formally described as follows:
BEGINNING at a point where the easterly line of Fayette Street intersects the center line of the old New Jersey Central Railroad property, now of the City of Bridgeton, said point being 138 feet and 8/100 of a foot more or less as measured along the easterly line of said Fayette Street from the southerly line of Harvard Avenue; thence extending in an easterly direction along the center line of the said old railroad right-of-way, two thousand one hundred feet more or less to a point opposite the southeasterly corner of Lot Number 20, Block 194 as shown on Sheet 66 of the City of Bridgeton Tax Assessment Map and there to end.
Violations of the provisions of this chapter shall be punishable as provided in Chapter 1, Article III, General Penalty.