New Jersey Revised Statutes § 27:9-5 - Paving State Highways By Counties; Consent; Reimbursement

27:9-5. Paving state highways by counties; consent; reimbursement
When a road laid out as part of the state highway system has or shall have been taken over by the commissioner as a state highway but has not yet been paved, the board of chosen freeholders of the county in which the road is situate may by resolution request the permission of the commissioner to pave it. If the commissioner concurs in the resolution the county may provide and pay for the work in the manner provided by sections 27:9-1 to 27:9-3 of this title for the improvement by counties of parts of state highway routes that have not been taken over by the commissioner.

Counties proceeding under this section shall finance such improvements in the manner provided by said sections 27:9-1 to 27:9-3. The commissioner may designate a year in which the county shall be reimbursed for such work.

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