New Jersey Revised Statutes § 18a:64-21.6 - Findings, Declarations

18A:64-21.6. Findings, declarations
1. The Legislature finds and declares that:

a. The State of New Jersey has designated the Kelsey building located at 101 West State Street, City of Trenton, a State landmark and historic site which is being preserved as a part of the cultural heritage of this State;

b. The original intent of Henry Cooper Kelsey, whose generosity constructed this building, was to support educational purposes;

c. The State has determined that an appropriate use of this facility is served by supporting the programs of Thomas A. Edison State College; and

d. The State, Thomas A. Edison State College, and the City of Trenton have jointly agreed that the interest of these parties is well-served by the physical presence of Thomas A. Edison State College in the Kelsey building and the adjoining properties known as 105 through 115 West State Street in the City of Trenton.


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