Township of Burlington, NJ
Burlington County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Council of the Township of Burlington 5-9-1989 (Sec. 4:8 of the 1975 General Ordinances). Amendments noted where applicable.]
Land development — See Ch. 330.

§ 186-1 Conversion fee.

The landlord/sponsor of each rental unit converted to a condominium or cooperative after the effective date of the Senior Citizens and Disabled Protected Tenancy Act[1] shall pay a fee of $10 per rental unit to the Township of Burlington. Said fee shall be for the purpose of offsetting the cost to the Township of administering the statute at the local level.
Editor's Note: See N.J.S.A. 2A:18-61.22 et seq.

§ 186-2 Administrator's duties.

For the purpose of administering this chapter and applicable provisions of the Senior Citizens and Disabled Protected Tenancy Act, the Township's Principal Assessing Account Clerk is hereby designated as the administrator, whose duties are as follows:
Be the official contact between tenants and landlord sponsors;
Maintain application forms (prescribed by the Division of Housing of the Department of Community Affairs), to be available and processed according to the timetable as set forth in the Act;
Be knowledgeable of the application and administrative hearing process;
Determine eligibility;
Conduct administrative hearings when applicable; and
Be responsible for the implementation of the fee schedule (established by this chapter) to cover the administrative costs in the application and/or hearing process.

§ 186-3 Appeals Board; composition; fee for appeals.

The Township Council hereby establishes an Appeals Board, which Board shall hear and determine appeals from decisions rendered by the administrator under and pursuant to the Senior Citizens and Disabled Protected Tenancy Act.
The Appeals Board shall be composed of the Township Clerk and the Township Administrator. Said persons shall serve without compensation. The terms of said appointees shall be for one calendar year.[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I).
As a prerequisite to the filing of an appeal with the Appeals Board, each applicant must pay a fee of $50 to the municipality.