N.J.S.A 44:4-127. Emergency county appropriation when municipality fails to appropriate additional sum

44:4-127. Emergency county appropriation when municipality fails to appropriate additional sum

When a municipality fails to appropriate an additional sum for this purpose, the board of chosen freeholders shall provide for the relief of the temporary or outdoor poor of the municipality for the remainder of the calendar or fiscal year by an emergency appropriation on certification thereof by the county welfare board, and shall assess and collect a special tax in the municipality sufficient to meet and pay for such emergency appropriation in the same manner as other county taxes are assessed and collected in the municipalities of the county.

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