New Jersey Revised Statutes § 40:62-34.9 - Improvement Of Convention Hall By Municipalities Bordering On Ocean; Issuance Of Special Emergency Notes

40:62-34.9. Improvement of convention hall by municipalities bordering on ocean; issuance of special emergency notes
The governing body of any municipality bordering upon the Atlantic ocean, maintaining a municipal convention hall, which shall provide by ordinance for the improvement of said municipal convention hall by enlarging its facilities or by renovations, or otherwise, particularly for the purpose of meeting the competition for conventions by municipalities outside of this State, may incur a principal indebtedness in an amount not to exceed $2,000,000.00 of the cost thereof in the manner provided in this act. Such indebtedness shall be authorized at a single time, and once authorized, the authority to incur thereafter a like indebtedness under this act shall be exhausted.

That part of such cost as is to be financed under this act may be financed by the issuance of negotiable notes which shall be designated "Special Emergency Notes, issued pursuant to chapter 36 of the laws of 1958." Any such notes issued under this act shall not be included in calculating the debt limit of the municipality. Any such notes shall provide for repayment of the principal amount thereof in not more than 4 installments, to be not more than 1 year apart, the first such installment to be due and payable not more than 15 months after the date of issue. Each installment of principal shall be in an amount equal to 25% of the original principal sum, together with interest on the unpaid balance, but the municipality may reserve the option to prepay any part or all of a future installment. The amount required to satisfy any installment of principal and interest to fall due in any year shall be included in the current municipal budget for such year, and shall be raised by taxation in each such year.

L.1958, c. 36, p. 125, s. 1. Amended by L.1960, c. 2, p. 12, s. 1, eff. Feb. 1, 1960.

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