40:67-23.3. Municipality to reimburse private community for services or provide services
2. a. Except as otherwise provided in subsection b. of this section, the governing body of every municipality shall reimburse a qualified private community for the following services as provided in sections 4 and 5 of P.L.1989, c.299 (C.40:67-23.5 and C.40:67-23.6) or provide the following services within a qualified private community in the same fashion as the municipality provides these services on public roads and streets:
(1) Removal of snow, ice and other obstructions from the roads and streets;
(2) Lighting of the roads and streets, to the extent of payment for the electricity required, but not including the installation or maintenance of lamps, standards, wiring or other equipment; and
(3) Collection of leaves and recyclable materials along the roads and streets and the collection or disposal of solid waste along the roads and streets.
b. Nothing in P.L.1989, c.299 (C.40:67-23.2 et seq.) shall require a municipality to operate any municipally owned or leased vehicles or other equipment, or to provide any of the services enumerated in subsection a. of this section, upon, along or in relation to any road or street in a qualified private community which either (1) is not accepted for dedication to public use or (2) does not meet all municipal standards and specifications for such dedication, except for width.
c. The Director of the Division of Local Government Services in the Department of Community Affairs, for the purpose of calculating the allowable operating appropriations before exceptions pursuant to section 2 of P.L.1976, c.68 (C.40A:4-45.2), shall provide a cap base adjustment to the total general appropriations of the local budget year prior to the year in which the services are first provided by the municipality for the full amount appropriated pursuant to P.L.1989, c.299 (C.40:67-23.2 et seq.).
L.1989,c.299,s.2; amended 1993,c.6,s.1.
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