40:63-31.2. Construction of incidental facilities for sale or lease to privately-owned utility; assessment of cost
Any municipality, wherein sewer facilities are provided by a privately-owned public utility subject to the jurisdiction of the Board of Public Utility Commissioners of the State of New Jersey and wherein there are also sewer facilities owned by the municipality, may construct or cause to be constructed anywhere within the municipality sewer mains, pumping stations, manholes and other incidental sewer construction for the purpose of leasing or selling the same to the privately-owned public utility. The cost of such construction may be assessed against the real property benefited thereby in the same manner and to the same effect as in the case of assessments for local improvements.
The said sewer mains, pumping stations, manholes and other incidental construction may be leased or sold by the municipality to the privately-owned public utility, provided that the following 2 conditions are complied with:
(a) An ordinance shall be duly adopted by the governing body of the municipality approving the terms and conditions of the agreement of lease or sale and authorizing the execution thereof. Said ordinance may incorporate said terms and conditions by reference to such an agreement on file with the clerk of the municipality.
(b) The terms and conditions of the agreement of lease or sale shall be approved by the Board of Public Utility Commissioners of the State of New Jersey.
L.1964, c. 26, s. 2.
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