New Jersey Revised Statutes § 40:67-6.1 - Permits To United States; Conduits; Manholes Or Other Appurtenances

40:67-6.1. Permits to United States; conduits; manholes or other appurtenances
The governing body of any municipality shall have power to grant by resolution, subject to such terms and conditions as therein may be imposed, permission to the United States of America to lay conduits under the surface of public streets and under the surface of any public property of the municipality for the purpose of carrying wires, cables, or for other use thereof and for the construction of manholes and other appurtenances in connection therewith for use by any branch of the armed services in connection with National Defense, subject to the approval of the Board of Public Utility Commissioners of the State of New Jersey. Any such permission hereby authorized shall not be used or exercised for the conveyance of electric power for sale or distribution to the public.

L.1943, c. 209, p. 565, s. 1, eff. April 19, 1943.

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