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FROM: DAVID R. CAMPION, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS
RE: ROAD OPENING PERMIT -- INSTRUCTION SHEET
Application Fee -
CHECK ONLY -- NO CASH.
Escrow required on
all excavations on County Roads in the amount equal to $10.00 per square
yard of disturbance for each and every opening made in any concrete or
bituminous concrete pavement, and in the amount of $8.00 per square yard
of disturbance for each and every opening in any other types of surfaces
within County right-of-way.
MINIMUM ESCROW AMOUNT
-- $500.00 -- ESCROW CHECK and application should be in the same name.
If a Bond is posted with the Middlesex County Planning Board, the Escrow
Amount will be based on 5% of the Performance Guarantee; the minimum Escrow
not less than $500.00.
ARE TO BE MADE PAYABLE TO MIDDLESEX COUNTY TREASURER
At the time escrow
is returned, the County will deduct all inspection fees (minimum amount
of $50.00 Residential per inspection and $100.00 Utility Companies and/or
Commercial per inspection).
All applications under
advisement from Middlesex County Planning Board (see page 1, Section 6
ONLY plans pertaining
to construction within the County right-of-way must be submitted with
NEW JERSEY ONE CALL
(1-800-272-1000) Reference No. ____________ must be given before Road
Permit is issued.
Permittee must start
work within 10 days of issuance of permit and the permit shall remain
valid for 50 calendar days from the start of work. If work on the permit
does not start in 10 days, then the permit shall expire and a new permit
shall be obtained, unless a written extension is obtained from the Director
of Public Works. Permit must remain on site at all times. (No permits
will be issued between December 1 and March 15 - see page 1, Section 3
The permittee must
maintain vehicular and pedestrian traffic over the roadway within the
scope of the project at all times in accordance with the MUTCD (Manual
on Uniform Traffic Control Devices).
Permittee must notify
the County Road Department in writing at least FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours
in advance of any land disturbance activity. Likewise, the permittee must
notify the Road Department at the completion of the activity or project.
If final inspection has not been requested within one (1) year from date
of permit - all or part of the monies shall be subject to forfeiture to
No Road Opening Permit will be issued until the proper Insurance Certificate is in this office. (See page 1, Section 5 of Resolution, see last page for Sample of Certificate of Insurance).
PERMITTEE DOES NOT COMPLY WITH ABOVE