New Jersey Revised Statutes § 40:56-2 - Connecting Streets With Streets In Adjoining Municipality; Considered A Local Improvement

40:56-2. Connecting streets with streets in adjoining municipality; considered a local improvement
Whenever the governing body of a municipality may deem it advantageous to lay out, open and construct a public street or highway through such municipality into and through an adjoining municipality in order to connect any street or highway therein with a street or highway in the first municipality, it may acquire the necessary land in such adjoining municipality by purchase or condemnation, and lay out, open and construct such street or highway as it may deem necessary.

The laying out, opening and construction of such street or highway may be carried out as a local improvement and the benefits therefrom assessed on any lands or real estate benefited thereby in the municipality laying out, opening and constructing such street or highway.

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