February 1, 2012 •
Monmouth County Rescinds County Pay-to-Play Rules
Will Follow State’s Laws
The Monmouth County Board of Freeholders has rescinded its three year old pay-to-play regulations.
County resolution 2012-0071 repeals resolution 08-397, which created pay-to-play and vendor disclosure rules that overlapped with the state’s law.
The Board determined the county’s pay-to-play resolution caused confusion among those seeking or performing business within the county.
Without its own ordinance, the county will now only follow New Jersey’s current pay-to-play laws.
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