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ORDINANCE 2004-09ORDINANCE 2004 -9 • AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE 95 -36 ENTITLED REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES TOWNSHIP OF CHERRY HILL ARTICLE X, CHAPTER XVI ENTITLED FIRE PREVENTION WHEREAS, the Uniform Fire Safety Act, (P.L. 1983, c.383) was enacted for the purpose of establishing a system for enforcement of minimum fire safety standards throughout the State of New Jersey; and WHEREAS, the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs has promulgated minimum fire safety standards which have been a part of the Uniform Fire Code (N.J.A.C. 5:70 -et seq.); and WHEREAS, the Uniform Fire Safety Act authorizes municipalities to provide for local enforcement of these standards and to establish local enforcing agencies for that purposes; and WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the municipality of Cherry Hill Township to have the Uniform Fire Safety Act enforced locally, with the Fire District continuing forth in the administration and enforcement of the Uniform Fire Safety Code; and WHEREAS, the Fire Prevention Chapter in the Municipal Code was last revised in 1994, the fees and technical amendments need to be updated to reflect the current requirements of the Township and the Fire District; • NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED AND ENACTED by the Township Council of the Township of Cherry Hill in the County of Camden and the State of New Jersey, as follows: 16 -1 ENFORCEMENT OF THE UNIFORM FIRE SAFETY ACT.* (amended to read as follows) 16 -1.1 Local Enforcement. Pursuant to Section 11 of the Uniform Fire Safety Act (P.L. 1983 c.383), the New Jersey Uniform Fire Code (N.J.A.C. 5:70 -1 et seq.) shall be enforced locally within the established limits of Fire District No. 13 within the Township of Cherry Hill. 16 -1.2 Agency Designation. The local enforcing agency shall be the Fire Marshal's (hereinafter referred to as Fire Marshal or Fire Official) Office, Cherry Hill Fire District No. 13, established for the entire geographical area of Cherry Hill Township. The Fire Marshal's Office /Cherry Hill Fire District 13 shall hereinafter be known as the "Local Enforcing Agency ". is 16 -1.3 Duties. The local enforcing agency shall enforce the Uniform Fire Safety Act, the Uniform Fire Code and all Regulations adopted under it in all buildings, structures and • premises within the geographic boundaries of Cherry Hill Township other than one and two unit owner- occupied dwellings used exclusively for dwelling purposes and buildings, structures and premises owned or operated by the Government, Interstate, State, and County agencies. The local enforcing agency shall faithfully comply with the requirements of the Uniform Fire Safety Act and Uniform Fire Code. 16 -1.4 Organization. The local enforcing agency established in Section 2 of this Ordinance shall be part of the Fire District and shall be under the supervision of the Fire Marshal who shall report to the Chief of the Fire District. Such funds as may be necessary to support the operations of the agency, shall be raised by the District No. 13 in manner provided by law. 16 -1.5 Appointments, Terms of Office, Removal a. Appointment of the Fire Marshal. T_ he Fire Marshal shall be appointed by the Board of Fire Commissioners. b. Terms of Office. The terms of office for the Fire Marshal and the Fire Inspectors /Investigators/ Fire Prevention Specialists shall be set forth by the Board of Fire Commissioners. c. Inspections/Investigators and Employees. The Fire District shall appoint such • Inspectors /Investigators /Fire Prevention Specialists as may be necessary to carry out all required inspection activity in the Fire District. Such inspectors shall be under the supervision and control of the Fire Marshal. All life hazard use inspectors shall be certified by the State. d. Attorney. Pursuant to N.J.A.C. 5:71 -3.2 (d), the Fire District shall appoint an attorney as the designated local enforcing agency attorney. e. Removal From Office. The Fire Marshal and the Fire Inspectors/ Investigators/Fire Prevention Specialists and other employees of the enforcing agency shall be subject to removal by the Board of Fire Commissioners for inefficiency or misconduct. All employees to be removed shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard by the appointing authority or designated hearing officer. 16 -1.6 Board of Appeals Pursuit to N.J.S.A. 52:27D -206 and 208, of the Uniform Fire Safety Act, any person aggrieved by any order of the local enforcing agency shall have the right to appeal to the Construction Board of Appeals of Camden County. 16 -1.7 Life Hazard Uses The local enforcing agency established by Section 2 of this Ordinance shall carry out • periodic inspections of life hazard uses required by the Uniform Fire Code on behalf of the Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs. 16 -1.8 Fees is a. Non —Life Hazard Uses (1) In addition to the registrations required by the Uniform Fire Code, the following non -life hazard uses shall register with the local enforcing agency These uses shall be inspected on an annual (12 months) schedule established by the local enforcing agency and shall pay an annual fee as set forth below. No use required to register with the State of New Jersey as a life hazard use shall be required to register pursuant to this section. (2) In buildings that have common and/or public areas, the owner of the building is responsible to register and pay the fee, for those common and/or public areas. (3) The tenant/or /user /or /occupant of a tenant space will be responsible to register and pay the fee for the space that a tenant/or /occupant of the space actually occupies. All fees are based on the User Group assigned and the gross square footage of the area being registered. This will apply to common areas as well as tenant areas. refundable. (4) All registrations will be for a period of one (1) year. Fees are not b. Business, Mercantile, Commercial, Factory, Industrial, Storage, Warehousing or Utilities • (1) All fees for this category shall be as set forth in the following table. (2) Exception: The fee shall be waived for all governmental agencies and tax exempt entities. (3) The following table outlines the incremental increases per fiscal year. • USER FEE Current Fee FY2004 FY2006 FY2008 FY2010 B -1 $ 44 $ 53 $ 62 $ 70 Buildings 2,500 square feet and less B -2 $ 88 $ 105 $ 123 $ 140 Buildings in excess of 2,500 square feet and not exceeding 5,000 square feet B -3 $ 125 $ 150 $ 175 $ 200 Buildings in excess of 5,000 square feet and not exceeding 10,000 square feet B -4 $ 250 $300 $ 350 $ 400 Buildings in excess of 10,000 square feet and not exceeding 15,000 square feet B -5 $ 300 $ 350 $ 400 $ 450 Buildings in excess of 15,000 square feet and not exceeding 25,000 square feet B -6 1 $ 400 $ 450 $ 500 $ 550 • Buildings in excess of 25,000 square feet and not Current exceeding 50,000 square feet Fee B -7 $ 450 $ 500 $ 550 $ 600 Buildings in excess of 50,000 square feet and not $ 63 $ 75 $ 88 $ 100 exceeding 100,000 square feet B -8 $ 500 $ 550 $ 600 $ 650 Buildings in excess of 100,000 square feet and not exceeding 200,000 square feet $ 375 $ 450 $ 525 $ 600 B -9 $ 550 $ 600 $ 650 $ 700 Buildings in excess of 200,000 square feet and $ 625 $ 750 $ 875 $ 1,000 not exceeding 300,000 square feet Each additional 100,000 square feet $ 200 $ 250 $ 300 $ 350 c. Residential Fees (1) All fees for this category shall be as set forth in the following table. (2) The following table outlines the incremental increases per fiscal year. • USER FEE Current Fee FY 2004 FY2006 FY2008 FY2010 R -1 $ 63 $ 75 $ 88 $ 100 One (1)to six (6) units R -2 $ 125 $ 150 $ 175 $ 200 Seven (7) to twelve (12) units R -3 $ 375 $ 450 $ 525 $ 600 Thirteen (13) to twenty (20) units R -4 $ 625 $ 750 $ 875 $ 1,000 Over twenty (20) units 5 year individual unit inspections will be $ 2 $ 3 $ 4 $ 5 assessed per unit d. Certificate of Smoke Detector and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Compliance (1) SDCMC -1, smoke detector /carbon monoxide inspections requested on all one and two family dwellings with 14 calendar days or more notice: $ 63 (2) SDCMC -2, smoke detector /carbon monoxide inspections requested on all one and two family dwellings with less than 7 calendar days notice: $ 78 (3) SDCMC -3, smoke detector /carbon monoxide inspections requested on all one and two family dwellings with 3 calendar days or less notice: $125 J (4) Senior citizen discounts will be provided to any Cherry Township senior citizen age 62 plus (proof of age required) selling their home: minus $ 10 is (5) The following table outlines the incremental increases per fiscal year. USER FEE FY2006 FY2008 FY2010 SDCMC -1 $ 75 $ 88 $ 100 SDCMC -2 $ 90 $ 103 $ 115 SDCMC -3 $ 138 $ 150 $ 162 Senior Discount minus $ 15 1 minus $ 18 1 minus $ 20 (6) The above fees for smoke detector and carbon monoxide alarm compliance entitle the applicant to one (1) inspection and one (1) re- inspection. A third (3rd) visit requires a new application and new fee. (7) A certificate is valid for a period of sixty (60) days from the date of • issuance. (8) A person needing an application and certificate must contact the Fire Marshal's Office telephone number or visit the Fire District's Web Site to download an application or request that a Fire District representative forward information. e. Photographic Reproduction: (1) The fee for photographic reproduction requested by any concerned party, plus the cost of the reproduction shall be: $ 50 (2) Exception: No additional costs will be charged for reproduction to compact disk format. (3) The following table outlines the incremental increase per fiscal year. USER FEE FY2006 FY2008 FY2010 Photographic Reproduction $ 63 $ 75 $ 88 L Certificate of Fire Code Status (1) As per Section 5:70- 2.2(e)l of the Uniform Fire Code, any request for a Certificate of Fire Code status shall be: $ 32 (2) The following table outlines the incremental increases per fiscal year. USER FEE FY2006 FY2008 I FY2010 Certificate of Fire Code Status $ 38 $ 44 $ 50 • g. Fire Hydrant Use Permit • (1) Any private company issued a permit and with the proper permission of the Water Utility Company or Commission shall be: $ 63 (2) The following table outlines the incremental increases per fiscal year. USER FEE FY2006 FY2008 FY2010 Fire Hydrant $ 75 $ 88 $ 100 h. Permits (1) As defined and required by the Uniform Fire Code, the fees for permits issued shall be as set forth in the following table. (2) Exception: The fees will be waived for all governmental agencies and tax exempt status entities. (3) The following table outlines the incremental increases per fiscal year. 0 USER FEE FY2004 FY2006 FY2008 FY2010 Type 1 $ 63 $ 75 $ 88 $ 100 Type 2 $ 250 $ 300 $ 350 $ 400 Type 3 $ 375 $ 450 $ 525 $ 600 Type 4 $ 500 $ 600 $ 700 $ 800 i. Civil Court Appearance and Depositions (1) Any employee or volunteer member of the Cherry Hill Fire District 13 subpoenaed to testify in civil court or a deposition shall appear and compensation to the Cherry Hill Fire District 13 shall be set forth as follows: $ 100 per hour /per four hour blocks $ 400 and (34.5¢) per mile plus tolls for distances exceeding (25) miles. (2) The following table outlines the incremental increases per fiscal year. USER FEE FY2006 FY2008 FY2010 $ 125 Per Hour, $ 150 Per Hour, $ 175 Per Hour, Civil Appearance $ 500 Per Four Hour $ 600 Per Four Hour $ 700 Per Four Hour Block & (41¢) Per Block & (47.5¢) Per Block & (53¢) Per Mile I Mile I Mile j. Investigative Conferences and Meetings • (1) An uninterrupted ninety (90) minute conference at the Cherry Hill Fire District 13 Fire Administration Building, on site, or at a location designated by the requestor shall be set as follows: $60 per hour The following table outlines the incremental increases per fiscal year. USER FEE FY2006 FY2008 FY2010 Conferences $ 75 Per 90 minute block $ 90 Per 90 minute block $ 105 Per 90 minute block k. Exclusive Fire Safety Training (1) Fire Safety Training that is requested for the purpose of compliance with a governmental regulation. Such training that would be included but not limited to fire extinguisher and evacuation planning. (2) The exclusive fire safety training is training that is beyond the normal scope and delivery of Fire Safety programs by the Fire District. $ 75 per hour (3) The following table outlines the incremental increases per fiscal year. • USER FEE FY2006 FY2008 I FY2010 Exclusive Training $ 94 1 $ 113 1 $ 132 1. Standard Fire Safety Programs (1) Fire Safety Training that is advertised and offered as open enrollment. This type of training is also made available for the purpose of governmental regulations. (2) The standard fire safety training program is a program that is beyond the normal scope and delivery of Fire Safety Programs by the Fire District. $ 25 Per person/Per Eight Hour Block (3) The following table outlines the incremental increases per fiscal year. USER FEE FY2006 FY2008 FY2010 Standard Fire Safety Programs $ 32 per person, per eight hour block $ 38 per person, per eight hour block $ 44 per person, per eight hour block J • m. Fire Watch Coverage (1) When requested or required to provide fire watch coverage due to an emergency condition or requirement of a permit function the cost of such service will be the current Fire Prevention Specialists overtime pay rate, plus social security and an administrative fee for the actual cost of the processed payroll. n. Fire Apparatus and Personnel (1) When requested to provide fire apparatus and personnel for non - exigent circumstances the requester must reimburse the Fire District for the actual cost of the personnel for the time provided and $ 150 per vehicle provided. o. Flushing Fire Hydrants /Flow Testing (1) If the Fire District is requested to flush fire hydrants or conduct a flow test other than what is normally conducted per Fire District policy directives. $ 20 PER HOUR (2) The following table outlines the incremental increases per fiscal year. USER FEE FY2006 FY2008 FY2010 Flushing Hydrants & Flow Testing $ 24 $ 28 1 $ 32 p. Returned Checks (1) In the event the Fire District receives a returned check from a bank, a fee of $25 will be assessed. (2) The following table outlines the incremental increases per fiscal year. USER FEE FY2006 FY2008 FY2010 Returned Checks $ 30 $ 35 $ 40 q. Hazardous Materials: (1) All expenditures for providing hazardous materials mitigation supplied by the Cherry Hill Fire District/Department will be the responsibility of the entity responsible and /or the owner of the property. Such costs will be itemized and reviewed by the Fire Chief prior to the invoice being sent to the responsible party and/or owner. The cost shall not exceed the estimated cost of providing the service. Once an invoice is received by an entity, payment shall be made in full within 60 days. Failure to pay within 60 days will result in the responsible party being liable for • a further penalty upon conviction for non payment in Municipal Court. The penalty upon conviction is $ 50 for the first offense and $ 100 for each subsequent offense. r. Cost of Suppression: • If the origin and cause of the fire results from a violation of the Uniform Fire Safety Act previously cited by the Fire Marshal's Office the owner /occupant shall be responsible for the cost of the fire suppression. 16 -1.9 Collection of Fees a. Delinquent Fees (1) All fees and registration forms must be returned to the Fire Marshal's Office within thirty (30) days of having been mailed to the User. Failure to respond within this 30 day period will result in a default notice being sent by the Fire Marshal to the User. If the registration and fees are not returned within fifteen (15) days of the default notice having been mailed to the user, penalties will be imposed pursuant to the Uniform Fire Code. Failure to pay the registration fee or any penalties assessed shall result in a person being liable for a further penalty upon conviction for non payment or non - registration. The penalty upon conviction is $ 50.00 for the first offense and $ 100.00 each subsequent offense. (2) Collection of any unpaid fee or penalty shall be enforced through the Cherry Hill Township Municipal Court or a Court of competent jurisdiction. . b. Authorization To Bill and Institute Litigation for Costs (1) The Fire Chief or his/her designee is hereby authorized to bill and collect the costs due from any person responsible for said costs and, where necessary to direct the Fire District Solicitor to institute litigation for the recovery as such costs. A. No relief of responsibility for ownership transfer: No property owner shall be relieved of the responsibility for costs of fire suppression arising under circumstances present during his/her ownership solely by reason of the fact that he /she has transferred ownership of the property before or after the fire giving rise to the costs. B. Additional actions and remedies: The remedies provided in this article shall supplement any remedies available to the Fire District by State law or are cumulative as other Township ordinances and shall not preclude the Fire District from taking any other action to recover costs associated with fire suppression services and the mitigation and removal of dangerous or hazardous conditions. 16 -1.10 Technical Amendments • a. Fire Lanes (1) No motor vehicle shall otherwise obstruct or block a fire hydrant, fire department connection for a standpipe or sprinkler system, or a fire lane. is (2) It shall be unlawful to obscure from view, damage, deface, obstruct or restrict the access to any fire hydrant or fire department connection that are located on public streets, private streets, and access lanes or on private property. (3) Enforcement of this section will be according to the Uniform Fire Code regulations and by the Cherry Hill Township Police Department. (4) Cherry Hill Police Department Officers are hereby authorized to issue a Municipal summons for such an offense. (5) Conviction in Municipal Court will result in the fine of $ 75.00 for the first offense and $ 150.00 for each subsequent offense. b. Street Obstructions (1) A person or persons shall not erect, construct, place or maintain any speed bumps, speed humps, fences, gates, chains, bars, pipes, wood or metal horses, vehicles, or any other type obstruction in or on any street within the boundaries of the municipality; without prior approval from the Fire Marshal. The word "street" as used in this section shall mean roadway accessible to the public for vehicular traffic, including but not limited to private street or access lanes, as well as all public streets • and highways in the boundaries of the municipality. (2) Approval from the Fire Marshal shall be a variance from this ordinance and shall be documented as such. c. Public Water Supply (1) The Fire Marshal and the Fire Chief shall recommend to the Board of Fire Commissioners, the location or relocation of new or existing fire hydrants and the placement of adequate water mains located upon public property and deemed necessary to provide an adequate fire flow and distribution pattern. A fire hydrant shall not be placed into or removed from service until approved by the Fire Marshal, Fire Chief, and the Board of Fire Commissioners. (2) . The Fire Marshal after consultation with the Fire Chief shall make recommendations to the Cherry Hill Township Planning and Zoning Boards' as to the water flow and water distribution requirements. (3) Fire Hydrant specifications are established for all new fire hydrants in the municipality as follows: Mueller, model number A -421, with three outlets, one 4- 1/2" and two 2 -1/2" all national standard thread. Public fire hydrants shall be painted chrome yellow and the bonnet top would be silver in color to indicate that the hydrant has NST thread. Private fire hydrants shall be painted red and the top bonnet silver in • color. (4) Fire Hydrant Use Approval: A person or private concern shall not use or operate any fire hydrant unless a permit and approval for such is obtained from the • Fire Marshal and the water company having jurisdiction. (5) Private Yard Systems Location and Relocation: All new and existing shopping centers, apartment complexes, oil storage plants, lumber yards, and educational or institutional complexes and similar occupancies and uses involving high fire or life hazards, and which are located more than 150 feet from a public street or which require quantities of water beyond the capabilities of the public water distribution system shall be provided with properly placed fire hydrants. Such fire hydrants shall be capable of supplying fire flows as required by the Insurance Service Organization or the American Water Works standards and shall be connected to a water system in accordance with accepted engineering practices. The Fire Marshal and the Fire Chief shall designate and approve the number and location of all fire hydrants. Private fire hydrants shall not be placed into or removed from service until approved. d. Outdoor Fires (1) No person shall operate or use or maintain any open fire or other device including but not limited to a barbecue, outdoor fire place, fire pot or chimnea in or on any R -2 (according to the New Jersey Construction Code) use that is three (3) or more stories in height as designated by the Construction Official in a valid Certificate of Occupancy. This restriction shall also apply to porches, balconies, patios, or any • other private area of any multi - family unit, within this designated use category. e. Liquefied Petroleum Gases or Any Other Compressed Flammable Gases (1) Places of Assembly: Under no circumstances shall liquefied petroleum gases or any other compressed flammable gases be used in any public assembly, unless approved by the Fire Marshal. f. Rapid Entry Boxes (1) All buildings with an automatic fire alarm or sprinkler system are required to have a rapid access key box installed at the expense of the owner or occupant of the structure, in an accessible location to be approved by the Fire Marshal. The key box shall be of a type approved by the Fire Marshal and shall be installed in a manner approved by the Fire Marshal. The key box needs to be of a size necessary to meet the needs of the building or complex and shall contain the following pertinent items: A. Updated keys necessary for access to all portions of the premises. B. Keys to fire alarm control panels, keys necessary to operate or service fire alarm control panels and keys necessary to operate or service fire protection systems. • C. Electronic entry cards. D. Elevator and emergency information. E. Floor plans. F. Any other pertinent information which may be needed in an emergency or as required by the Fire Chief or Fire Marshal. • (2) Access to key boxes shall only be available to authorized emergency personnel and only by the master key. A key inventory is conducted per the Cherry Hill Fire Department Policy Directive # 1209 once every three months. (3) Any building owner or occupant who fails to install a key box thereby violating this ordinance, after receiving due notice from the Fire Marshal, will be issued a minimum penalty of $ 100. After the penalty is issued if the violation is still unabated after 30 days a daily penalty of $ 100 for each day the violation remains unabated will be imposed. g. Elevator Keys: (1) All elevator keys utilized for emergency operations of elevators within buildings and structures in the Township of Cherry Hill will have standardized operation keys as follows: Door Entry Key — By CHFD Specifications Phase I & II — By CHFD Specifications h. Emergency Contacts: • (1) All businesses and multiple family buildings and complexes must post a list of the emergency contacts and service companies for use by emergency personnel. L Snow Removal: (1) It is the responsibility of the owner or occupant to have snow removed from their property in a manner which will not delay the response of emergency personnel. Removal of snow shall not obstruct the following: a. Access to the parking lot, to the perimeter of any building, and any fire lanes or No Parking designated areas. b. All fire hydrants. c. All means of egress and exit doors. d. All fire protection systems and fire department water supply connections. • j. Fire Department Connections: • (1) General: All buildings equipped with fire department water supply connections shall be labeled and marked for ease of identification. The following guidelines will be utilized for the identification of all fire department connections. Any alternative method must be approved by the Fire Marshal and the Fire Chief. A. NFPA 170 Fire Safety Symbols: May be utilized to identify the type of system and plain language posted under the symbol for additional information. For example, the number or zone of the system for a premise with multiple systems could be highlighted. As well, if the system is limited or partial system. B. Either the caps or the entire connections may be painted as follows: Red Standpipe System Green Automatic Sprinkler System Aluminum Non - Automatic sprinkler, limited area, or basement only damp system Yellow Combination sprinkler /standpipe system . C. Interior standpipe connections within structures, in some cases will require additional plain language on signs to identify location, particular system and supply location k. Stairway Markings (1) Information Signs: A sign shall be provided at each floor landing in all interior exit stairways more than three stories above grade, designating the floor level, the floor level above [at] the floor of discharge, the identification of the stairway and the availability of roof access from that stairway. Floor level characters shall be at least 6 inches in height and characters of other information shall be at least 1 -1/2 inches in height. Signage shall be located approximately 5 feet above the floor landing in a position which is readily visible when the doors are in the open and closed positions. Signage should be on both sides of the door. 1. Storage or Parking of Internal Combustion Engine Vehicle or Equipment: (1) General: No person shall store or park or cause to store or park any internal combustion engine vehicle or equipment (including but not limited to: motorcycle, moped, dirt bike, lawnmower, debris blower, weed trimmer, snow blower, or any such equipment) within or on any apartment or multi - family dwelling unit, porch, balcony, covered patio, entrance, exit, common area, laundry room, basement, or mechanical room, or any other private area of an apartment or multi - family dwelling unit. (2) Exception: Approved storage areas designed and constructed with the required fire separation as required by the New Jersey Uniform Construction Code in effect at • the time of the building's construction. m. Commercial Property Identification of Rear Doors The rear exterior doors on multiple tenant commercial properties shall be identified with minimum four -inch letters of contrasting color stating the business name and the unit number. The signage shall be provided and maintained up -to -date by the Landlord at his/her expense. Names shall be updated as soon as occupancy changes. n. Storage or Use of Liquid Petroleum Gas Containers (1) The operation, use, maintenance or storage of any liquefied petroleum gas (LP gas or LPG) containers with the capacity in excess of one pound LPG, is prohibited in or on any apartment or multi - family dwelling unit, porch, balcony, covered patio area, entrance, exits, or any other private area of an apartment or multi- family dwelling unit. o. Insurance Reports (1) All owners, lessees or tenants of any building or structure damaged by fire and subjected to assistance from the Fire Department shall report to the Fire Marshal's Office the name and address of the fire insurance carrier, the name address of the insurance • agent on such policy and the policy limits of coverage. This information shall be supplied to the Fire Marshal's Office within five (5) days of the date of the fire in question. p. Certificate of Smoke Detector and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Compliance (1) All residential sleeping areas with the Township shall have at least one fully operable smoke detector located within each sleeping area. All such residential sleeping areas enclosed by a door or otherwise shall, in addition have at least one fully operable smoke detector located outside each sleeping area within 10 feet of such sleeping area. Installation of the smoke detectors shall be in accordance with the manufacturer specifications and National Fire Protection Association. (2) In addition, smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors must have been manufactured within 10 years of the inspection. (3) Enforcement: The enforcement of this section shall be accomplished by the Fire Marshal's Office during annual fire inspections, upon receipt of complaints of lack of existing fully operable smoke detectors, at time of an inspection upon the sale of the property or any time as may be authorized under the New Jersey Uniform Fire Code, Township Ordinances, or any other statue or ordinance. • q. Health Care Occupancies ® (1) In all Health Care Facilities smoking shall be prohibited inside all buildings. (2) Any designated smoking area shall be located in an exterior environment on the premises. 16 -2 (Remains the Same) 16 -3 (Remains the Same) 16 -4 (Remains the Same) 16 -5 (Be Rescinded) NOW BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, All ordinances inconsistent with this ordinance are hereby repealed to the extent of such inconsistencies only This ordinance shall take effect immediately upon successful passage INTRODUCED: JUNE 14, 2004 • ADOPTED: JUNE 28, 2004 C CIL PREShDtNT. BERNARD PLATT MAYOR ATTEST: or,"4 I NANCY LLS TOWNSHIP •