N.J.S.A 44:8-136. Election of municipality to administer its own public assistance during current year

44:8-136. Election of municipality to administer its own public assistance during current year

Any municipality, in which the commissioner is administering public assistance pursuant to the provisions of this act in any year, may elect to administer its own public assistance in such year by giving notice in writing of such election to the commissioner on or before the first day of March of such year and thereafter the limitations imposed upon such municipality under section twenty-eight of this act shall cease and such municipality shall administer its own public assistance and shall be entitled to receive State aid for such year in accordance with the formula set forth in section twenty-three of this act, less such sums, if any, as have already been paid, and such obligations, if any, as have already been incurred and as shall be payable, by the commissioner, for the cost of administration of public assistance and for public assistance in such municipality for such year, out of the Municipal Aid Fund or other funds appropriated from the State treasury for such purposes.

L.1947, C.156, p. 704, s.30.

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