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Section: Juvenile-family crisis recommendations

Statute: 40:55D-84

A regional planning board shall prepare a master plan for the physical, economic and social development of the region, as created pursuant to the agreement, with elements similar to those mentioned in section 19, and may make such additional surveys and studies as may be necessary to carry out its duties. The governing body of any constituent municipality, by ordinance, or the board of chosen freeholders of any constituent county, by resolution, may delegate to the regional planning board, any or all of the powers and duties of a municipal planning board, in the case of a municipality, and, in the case of a county, any or all or the powers and duties of a county planning board. Notwithstanding any other provision of this act, no application for development shall be required to be reviewed and approved by both a regional planning board and the planning board of a constituent municipality. L.1975, c. 291, s. 71, eff. Aug. 1, 1976.

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