18A:58-33.3. Additional state school building aid; maximum amount
(a) If the findings of said investigation show, to the satisfaction of the State Board of Education, that such school district is not able to provide the necessary facilities to comply with the provisions of said section 18A:33-1, the State Board of Education may by its resolution make its determination (1) that such school district is entitled to additional State school building aid in an amount (hereinafter sometimes referred to as the "allocation" ) not to exceed $25.00 per student in resident enrollment on September 30, 1968, and (2) that the school district projects or educational facilities authorized to be undertaken or provided pursuant to ordinance or proposal submitted with said application will assist the school district in providing necessary facilities as aforesaid and the bonds authorized in said ordinance or proposal for financing such projects or educational facilities shall constitute and shall be bonds entitled to the benefits or provisions of this act. The Commissioner of Education shall be and is hereby authorized to endorse upon any copy of such ordinance or proposal a certification thereof as being the ordinance or proposal as to which a determination of the State Board of Education has been made as aforesaid, and such endorsement shall be made in such form or manner as the commissioner shall determine.
(b) Any resolution of the State Board of Education adopted prior to April 1, 1970, setting forth a declaration or determination as to the amount of additional State school building aid to which any school district shall be entitled under this act by reference to the average daily enrollment of such school district shall be held and construed to be a reference to the resident enrollment of students of such school district on September 30, 1968, and the amount of such additional State school building aid shall constitute the allocation with respect to such school district for any and all purposes provided in this act and the amount to be received annually by or with respect to such school district pursuant to the provisions of this act.
(c) The Commissioner of Education, the State Board of Education, the State Treasurer and the local finance board are each hereby authorized and empowered to consider any application of any school district with respect to additional State school building aid in connection with any school district projects or educational facilities authorized to be undertaken or provided pursuant to an ordinance or proposal submitted with such application, notwithstanding that such ordinance or proposal was adopted, approved or became effective prior to April 1, 1970 and provided that such ordinance or proposal had not been adopted, approved or become effective prior to January 1, 1968, and to make or provide any and all investigations, determinations, endorsements, certifications, considerations, approvals, restrictions, limitations, consents, resolutions, estimates or approvals, which may be required or provided for by this act with respect to any such ordinance or proposal, school district or school district projects or educational facilities, as if such ordinance or proposal had not been adopted, approved or become effective, and any bonds authorized by such ordinance or proposal shall be entitled to all the benefits of the provisions of this act.
L.1968, c. 177, s. 2, eff. July 19, 1968. Amended by L.1969, c. 136, s. 1, eff. July 3, 1969; L.1970, c. 125, s. 1, eff. June 30, 1970.
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