40:37-95.10o. Submission of question to voters
Whenever the governing body of a county subject to the provisions of this act shall adopt a resolution authorizing submission of the question of adoption or rejection of this act to the voters of the county, the county clerk shall cause the question to be printed upon the same and official ballots for the ensuing general election, occurring not less than 40 days after adoption of the resolution, as follows:
If you favor the proposition printed below make a cross (X), plus (+) or check (!) in the square opposite the word "Yes." If you are opposed thereto make a cross (X), plus (+) or check (!) in the square opposite the word "No." . . . .
YES. Shall the provisions of "An Act
concerning county parks, playgrounds
and recreation places, and supplementing
P.L.1946, c.276, C.40:37-95.1 et seq.
(P.L.1989, c.179)," providing for the
issuance of additional park bonds or
other obligations for land and
improvements not exceeding in the
aggregate the sum of $10,000,000, be
. . . .
NO. If this question receives a majority
of the votes cast, the county will be
permitted to issue additional bonds or
other obligations for land and improvements
by the county park commission or for the
payment of notes previously issued. The
amount of additional bonds or other
obligations under this question, both
authorized and outstanding at any one time,
may not exceed $10,000,000, plus the
amount of any funds on hand applicable to
the payment of the principal of the
outstanding bonds or other obligations.
. . . .
In a county in which voting machines are used, the question shall be placed upon the official ballots to be used upon the voting machines without the foregoing instructions to the voters and shall be voted upon by use of the machines without marking as aforesaid.
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