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Description of Funds

Alcohol Education, Rehabilitation and Enforcement Fund (N.J.S.A. 54:32C)

Special Revenue Fund

Annual deposits of $11 million are made to this fund from annual Alcohol Beverage Excise Tax collections. The enabling legislation dedicates 75.0 percent toward alcohol rehabilitation, 15.0 percent toward enforcement, and 10.0 percent toward education. Additionally, a $40 fee paid by persons convicted of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs is deposited into this fund to be used for the screening, evaluation, education, and referral of persons who have been convicted of driving while intoxicated.

Atlantic City Parking Fees Fund (P.L. 1993, c.159)

Special Revenue Fund

A $3 fee per diem is imposed for each vehicle parked, garaged, or stored in any casino hotel parking space. As per P.L. 2003, c.116 effective July 1, 2007, of the $3 fee collected the first $2.50 shall be remitted to the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA). The remaining $.50 shall be deposited into the Casino Revenue Fund.

Atlantic City Projects-Room Fund (P.L. 2001, c.221)

Special Revenue Fund

The Atlantic City Projects-Room Fund facilitates the development of entertainment-retail projects in specified districts located within Atlantic City and promotes the revitalization of other urban areas throughout the State. Room Fund revenue is comprised of Tourism Promotion Fee receipts limited to annual Luxury Tax receipts that exceed the pre-determined baseline amount for a given district. Project Fund revenue is comprised of Sales and Use Tax receipts received from the entertainment-retail vendors within each district project. These funds shall be used by the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority for eligible projects in the corridor regions of Atlantic City.

Atlantic City Tourism Promotion Fund (P.L. 1991, c.376)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund accounts for revenues collected for a $2 fee per diem for each occupied room in any hotel providing casino gaming and $1 fee per diem for each occupied room in any other hotel in the eligible municipality. The revenues are collected, certified, and distributed on a monthly basis to the Atlantic City Convention and Visitors Authority. Amounts expended are solely for the purpose of promoting tourism, conventions, resorts, and casino gaming.

Beaches and Harbor Fund (P.L. 1977, c.208)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $30 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized to research, plan, acquire, develop, construct, and maintain beaches and harbors.

2007 Blue Acres Fund (P.L. 2007, c.119)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $12 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Farmland, Blue Acres, and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 2007 for the purpose of acquiring land by the State for recreation and conservation purposes in the floodways of the Delaware River, Passaic River, or Raritan River, and their respective tributaries.

2009 Blue Acres Fund (P.L. 2009, c.117)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $24 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Water Supply and Floodplain Protection, and Farmland and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 2009 for the purposes of providing moneys to meet the Blue Acres cost of acquisition by the State, for recreation and conservation purposes of lands that have been damaged by, or may be prone to incurring damage caused by storms or storm-related flooding or that may buffer or protect other lands from such damage.

Board of Bar Examiners (R. 1:27B1)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund was established for the purposes of drafting bar essay examination questions, reviewing applications, and preparing, administering, and grading bar examinations. Revenues are generated by payments made by candidates for admission to the Bar of the State of New Jersey. Revenues include examination fees, late fee charges, certificates of good standing, license name changes, and copying fees.

Boarding House Rental Assistance Fund (N.J.S.A. 55:14K-14)

Special Revenue Fund

A $1.0 million appropriation ($750 thousand from the Casino Revenue Fund and $250 thousand from the General Fund) initially funded the Boarding House Rental Assistance Fund. This fund finances life safety improvement loans by the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency for the benefit of residents of boarding homes; and to account for the repayments for such life safety improvement loans.

Body Armor Replacement Fund (P.L. 1997, c.177)

Special Revenue Fund

One dollar for every bail forfeiture and one dollar added to the amount of each fine and penalty collected under authority of any law for any violation of Title 39 of the revised statutes or any other motor vehicle or traffic violation are deposited in this fund. This fund is used exclusively for the purchase of body vests for law enforcement and correction officers.

Capital City Redevelopment Loan and Grant Fund (P.L. 1987, c.58)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund was established for the redevelopment and revitalization of the city of Trenton. The State established the Capital City Redevelopment Corporation to operate within the boundaries of the Trenton district, which plans, coordinates, and promotes the public and private development of that district in a manner that enhances the Trenton area’s vitality as a place of commerce, recreation, and culture and as an area which to conduct public business and visit historic sites. Redevelopment projects are funded annually via General Fund appropriation. As per P.L. 2009, c.252, the Capital City Redevelopment Fund will become the Capital City Redevelopment Corporation, and no longer be a part of the State’s financial statements.

Casino Simulcasting Fund (P.L. 1992, c.19)

Special Revenue Fund

Casino simulcasting is defined as the simultaneous transmission by picture of running or harness horse races conducted at race tracks to Atlantic City casinos and pari-mutuel wagering at those gambling establishments on the results of those races. One half of a percent of the pari-mutuel pool generated at the casino is deposited into this fund and is used for services to benefit senior citizens.

Casino Simulcasting Special Fund (P.L. 1992, c.19)

Special Revenue Fund

After multiple formula distributions, a portion of the remaining balance and all breakage moneys and outstanding pari-mutuel ticket monies resulting from casino wagering on out-of-state race tracks are deposited into this fund. The funds are disbursed as operating subsidies to the Atlantic City racetrack, Atlantic City casinos conducting simulcasting, and for other miscellaneous purposes.

Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund (P.L. 1987, c.370)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund provides assistance to children and their families whose medical expenses due to a child's "catastrophic illness" extend beyond the families' available resources. Revenue is derived from a $1.50 annual surcharge per employee for all employers who are subject to the New Jersey Unemployment Compensation Law.

Clean Communities Account Fund (P.L. 1985, c.533)

Special Revenue Fund

A user fee on sales of litter-generating products is credited to this fund. Fund resources are primarily used to provide State aid to eligible municipalities for programs of litter pickup and removal, including the establishment of an “Adopt-A-Highway” program. A small portion of the available balance is to be used for a State program of litter pickup and removal, as well as enforcement of litter-related laws.

Clean Energy Fund (P.L. 1999, c.23)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund accounts for revenues collected from a "societal benefit charge" on monthly utility bills. Funds generated from this charge are used to support clean energy initiatives.

Clean Waters Fund (P.L. 1976, c.92)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $120 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized to research, plan, acquire, develop, construct, and maintain water supply and wastewater treatment facilities.

Clean Water State Revolving Fund (P.L. 2009, c.77)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund is the depository for the receipt of Federal capitalization grants and other funds made available to the State for clean water projects and set-asides pursuant to the “Water Quality Act of 1987” and any amendatory and supplementary acts thereto.

Correctional Facilities Construction Fund (P.L. 1982, c.120)

Capital Projects Fund

An amount of $170 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for construction of new medium security prisons, county assistance programs, and renovations and modifications to existing State facilities.

Correctional Facilities Construction Fund of 1987 (P.L. 1987, c.178)

Capital Projects Fund

An amount of $198 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the planning, erection, acquisition, improvement, construction, reconstruction, development, extension, rehabilitation, demolition, and equipment of State and county correctional facilities.

Cultural Centers and Historic Preservation Fund (P.L. 1987, c.265)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $100 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the purpose of financing the construction and development of cultural centers ($40 million); the restoration, repair, or rehabilitation of historic structures in the State ($25 million); and for the purpose of providing for grants and loans to assist municipalities, counties, and other units of local government to acquire and develop lands for recreation and conservation purposes ($35 million).

2003 Dam, Lake and Stream Project Revolving Loan Fund (P.L. 2003, c.162)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $110 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized to make low-interest loans to owners of dams, lakes or streams, or private lake associations for dam restoration and repair projects, lake dredging and restoration projects, or stream cleaning and desnagging projects.

2003 Dam, Lake, Stream and Flood Control Project Fund (P.L. 2003, c.162)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $40 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized to provide assistance, other than full or matching grants, to owners of dams, lakes or streams, or private lake associations for dam restoration and repair projects, lake dredging and restoration projects, or stream cleaning and desnagging projects, and for State flood control projects or State dam restoration and repair projects.

1992 Dam Restoration and Clean Waters Trust Fund (P.L. 1992, c.88)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $20 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Clean Water, Farmland, and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 1992 to finance dam restoration and inland water projects and loans.

1989 Development Potential Bank Transfer Fund (P.L. 1989, c.183)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $20 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized to provide for the acquisition and development rights of land by the State for recreation and conservation purposes.

Developmental Disabilities Waiting List Reduction Fund (P.L. 1994, c.108)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $160 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the purpose of planning, construction, reconstruction, development, erection, acquisition, extension, improvement, rehabilitation, and equipping of community based residential facilities for clients on the New Jersey Department of Human Services’ Developmental Disabilities Waiting List.

Disciplinary Oversight Committee (R. 1:20 2)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund was established for the purpose of performing random audits of the books and records of New Jersey attorneys for compliance with standards established by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. Revenues are generated from annual attorney assessments paid by bar members. Each nonexempt member of the Bar is required to pay $25 annually in their second year of practice and $126 for attorneys in their third to forty-ninth year.

Division of Motor Vehicles Surcharge Fund (P.L. 1994, c.57)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund consists of surcharge and Unsafe Driver collections for the payment of principal and interest applicable to New Jersey Economic Development Authority bonds for the Market Transition Facility, Motor Vehicle Commission, Special Needs Housing Program, and Motor Vehicle Surcharge bonds. Excess funds are available for transfer to the State’s General Fund.

Dredging and Containment Facility Fund (P.L. 1996, c.70)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $185 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the construction of subaqueous pits, the construction of containment facilities, projects related to the decontamination of dredged materials, and dredging projects. Additionally, an amount of $20 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the purpose of dredging navigation channels located in the port region.

Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (P.L. 1998, c.84)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund is the depository for the receipt of federal capitalization grants and other funds made available to the State for drinking water projects and set-asides pursuant to the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act.

1996 Economic Development Site Fund (P.L. 1996, c.70)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $20 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the purchase of real property, equipment, and any building, construction, and miscellaneous site improvements associated with an economic development site.

Emergency Flood Control Fund (P.L. 1978, c.78)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $25 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized to acquire, develop, construct, and maintain flood control facilities and for the development of a comprehensive flood control master plan.

Emergency Medical Technician Training Fund (P.L. 1992, c.143)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $0.50, added to each fine, penalty, and forfeiture imposed and collected under authority of law for any violation of the provisions of Title 39 of the revised statutes or any other motor vehicle or traffic violation, is deposited in this fund. This fund annually reimburses any private agency, organization, or entity which is certified by the Commissioner of Health and Senior Services to provide training and testing for volunteer ambulance, first aid, and rescue squad personnel who are seeking emergency medical technician-ambulance (EMT-A) or emergency medical technician-defibrillation (EMT-D) certification and/or recertification that are not otherwise reimbursed.

Emergency Services Fund (N.J.S.A. 52:14E 5)

Special Revenue Fund

General Fund appropriations are credited to the fund and, on an as needed basis, reimburse municipalities or counties for damage or excess costs as a result of an emergency. Payments must be certified by the Governor's Advisory Council and approved by the Governor.

Energy Conservation Fund (P.L. 1980, c.68)

Capital Projects Fund

Of the $50 million of General Obligation bonds that was authorized, $3 million is appropriated for energy audits and $47 million is appropriated for energy saving renovations to educational facilities, institutions, and public buildings of the State.

Enterprise Zone Assistance Fund (P.L. 1983, c.303)

Special Revenue Fund

The purpose of this fund is to provide relief in certain areas of economic distress, by reducing Sales and Use Tax paid by up to one half of the current tax rate. The revenue generated in these zones is made available to the municipalities located within the Urban Enterprise Zones for various approved revitalization projects.

1996 Environmental Cleanup Fund (P.L. 1996, c.70)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $70 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized to provide for the remediation of hazardous discharge sites and for the construction of water supply facilities to replace potable water supplies determined to be contaminated or threatened by discharge.

1989 Farmland Preservation Fund (P.L. 1989, c.183)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $50 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the purpose of farmland preservation for agricultural use and production.

1992 Farmland Preservation Fund (P.L. 1992, c.88)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $50 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Clean Water, Farmland and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 1992 for farmland preservation and agricultural use.

1995 Farmland Preservation Fund (P.L. 1995, c.204)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $50 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Farmland and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 1995, and Blue Acres Bond Act of 1995 for the purpose of farmland preservation and agricultural use.

2007 Farmland Preservation Fund (P.L. 2007, c.119)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $73 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Farmland, Blue Acres, and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 2007 for the purpose of farmland preservation. Of the amount authorized pursuant to this act, not more than 5 percent shall be utilized for administrative costs of the fund.

2009 Farmland Preservation Fund (P.L. 2009, c.117)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $146 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Farmland, Blue Acres, and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 2009 for the purpose of farmland preservation. Of the amount authorized pursuant to this act, not more than 5 percent shall be utilized for administrative costs of the fund.

Fund for Support of Free Public Schools (N.J.S.A. 18A:56 1)

Special Revenue Fund

The fund consists of proceeds from the sale of riparian lands, rents received on leased riparian State lands, licenses and fees related to such lands, and the income from earnings on investments. Interest income supports General Fund appropriations set forth by the Annual Appropriations Act for the support of free public schools. The fund provides for the establishment of a school bond reserve which consists of two accounts. For bonds issued prior to July 1, 2003, the old school bond reserve account is funded in an amount equal to at least 1.5 percent of the aggregate issued and outstanding bonded indebtedness of counties, municipalities, or school districts for school purposes. For bonds issued on or after July 1, 2003, the new school bond reserve account is funded in an amount equal to at least 1.0 percent of the aggregate issued and outstanding bonded indebtedness of counties, municipalities, or school districts for school purposes, exclusive of bonds for debt service, which is provided by State appropriations.

Garden State Farmland Preservation Trust Fund (P.L. 1999, c.152)

Special Revenue Fund

The Garden State Farmland Preservation Trust Fund was authorized for the preservation of farmland for agricultural use and production. It receives funding from the Garden State Preservation Trust.

Garden State Green Acres Preservation Trust Fund (P.L. 1999, c.152)

Special Revenue Fund

The Garden State Green Acres Preservation Trust Fund was authorized for the acquisition and development of lands by the State for recreation and conservation purposes. It receives funding from the Garden State Preservation Trust.

Garden State Historic Preservation Trust Fund (P.L. 1999, c.152)

Special Revenue Fund

The Garden State Historic Preservation Trust Fund was authorized for the work relating to the conservation, improvement, repair, restoration, or stabilization of historic property. It receives funding from the Garden State Preservation Trust.

Global Warming Solutions Fund (P.L. 2007, c.340)

Special Revenue Fund

Revenue in this fund is generated quarterly from the sale of emission allowances. Disbursements are made to provide grants and financial assistance for efficiency projects and efforts to reduce greenhouse gases.

2007 Green Acres Fund (P.L. 2007, c.119)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $109 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Farmland, Blue Acres, and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 2007 to provide monies for public acquisition and development of land for recreation and conservation purposes.

2009 Green Acres Fund (P.L. 2009, c.117)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $218 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Water Supply and Floodplain Protection, Farmland and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 2009 to provide monies for public acquisition and development of land for recreation and conservation purposes.

Green Trust Fund (P.L. 1983, c.354)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $83 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the 1983 New Jersey Green Acres Fund for the purpose of making loans and grants to local government units for the acquisition and development of lands for recreation and conservation.

Hazardous Discharge Fund of 1981 (P.L. 1981, c.275)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $100 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the identification, cleanup, and removal of hazardous discharges.

Hazardous Discharge Fund of 1986 (P.L. 1986, c.113)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $200 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the purpose of financing the cost of identification, cleanup, and removal of hazardous discharges.

Hazardous Discharge Site Cleanup Fund (P.L. 1985, c.247)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund was established for the purposes of preparing feasibility studies, engineering designs, and undertaking other work necessary for the cleanup or mitigation of hazardous discharge sites in the State. An amount of $100 million was appropriated from the Hazardous Discharge Fund of 1981. Sources of revenue are comprised of collections for Natural Resources Damages (NRDs, or past costs in site cleanups) and Responsible Party (RP, or future site cleanup costs). Collections also include oversight bills for cleanup as well as legal settlements for past costs of cleanup.

Health Care Subsidy Fund (P.L. 1992, c.160)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund is comprised of revenues from alcohol, cigarette and tobacco taxes, HMO assessments, hospital assessments, cosmetic surgery taxes, ambulatory facility fees, the taxation of group accident and health insurance policies, the taxation of certain lines of insurance, General Fund appropriations, interest, and penalties. Monies are used to distribute charity and other uncompensated care disproportionate share payments to hospitals; provide subsidies for the Family Care-CHIP program; and provide financial assistance for hospitals, other health care initiatives, and hospital bond assistance.

Higher Education Facility Renovation and Rehabilitation Fund (P.L. 1990, c.126)

Special Revenue Fund

The sum of $45 million of General Obligation bonds was appropriated from the Jobs, Education and Competitiveness Fund for the renovation and rehabilitation of existing higher education buildings at various State colleges and universities.

1992 Historic Preservation Fund (P.L. 1992, c.88)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $25 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Clean Water, Farmland and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 1992 for the purpose of providing State matching grants to assist State agencies or entities, local government units, and qualifying tax-exempt, non-profit organizations to meet the historic preservation project cost for historic properties, structures, facilities, or sites owned or leased on a long-term basis by those agencies, entities, units, or organizations.

1995 Historic Preservation Fund (P.L. 1995, c.204)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $10 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Farmland and Historic Preservation, and Blue Acres Act of 1995. This fund provides matching grants to assist State agencies or entities, local government units, and qualified tax-exempt, non-profit organizations to meet historic preservation project costs.

2007 Historic Preservation Fund (P.L. 2007, c.119)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $6 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Farmland, Blue Acres, and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 2007 for the purpose of providing State matching grants to assist State agencies or entities, local government units, and qualifying tax-exempt, non-profit organizations to meet the cost of preservation of historic properties.

2009 Historic Preservation Fund (P.L. 2009, c.117)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $12 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Water Supply and Floodplain Protection, and Farmland and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 2009 for the purpose of providing State matching grants to assist State agencies or entities, local government units, and qualifying tax exempt nonprofit organizations to meet the cost of preservation of historic properties.

Historic Preservation Revolving Loan Fund (P.L. 1991, c.41)

Special Revenue Fund

The sum of $3 million was appropriated to the Historic Preservation Revolving Loan Fund for the purpose of making low interest loans to counties, municipalities, or tax-exempt, non-profit organizations to finance the costs of acquiring, restoring, repairing, or rehabilitating historic structures.

Horse Racing Injury Compensation Fund (P.L. 1995, c.329)

Special Revenue Fund

The purpose of this fund is to provide workers’ compensation coverage to employees in the thoroughbred and standardbred horse racing industries. The costs of providing coverage is funded from assessments to both the thoroughbred and standardbred industries based on their respective experience rating.

Housing Assistance Fund (P.L. 1968, c.127)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $12.5 million was authorized for interest rate subsidies on contracts and agreements with qualified mortgagors and mortgagees of housing developments to decrease rental and carrying charges to low and moderate income occupants of such housing, and to provide financial assistance to qualified housing developments that were constructed, financed, or rehabilitated under federal law and moderate income financing programs.

Human Services Facilities Construction Fund (P.L. 1984, c.157)

Capital Projects Fund

An amount of $60 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the planning, construction, reconstruction, development, erection, acquisition, extension, improvement, rehabilitation, and equipping of human services facilities.

Insurance Annuity Trust Fund (Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division, Morris County Docket No. L-081390-83)

Private Purpose Trust Fund

This fund was established to account for deposits made by Western National Life Insurance Company or its assignees on behalf of the State of New Jersey resulting from a lawsuit filed against the State. Monies are held in trust on behalf of the claimant until such time the claimant is released from State care.

Jobs, Education and Competitiveness Fund (P.L. 1988, c.78)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $350 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the construction, reconstruction, development, extension, improvement, and equipment of classrooms, academic buildings, libraries, computer facilities, and other higher education buildings at New Jersey's public and private institutions of higher education; the establishment and construction of advanced technology centers at public and private institutions of higher education; and for the expansion and construction of additional facilities at, and acquisition of additional and upgraded equipment for, existing advanced technology centers sponsored by the New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology.

1996 Lake Restoration Fund (P.L. 1996, c.70)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $5 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the removal of sand, silt, mud, sediment, rocks, stumps, vegetation, algae blooms, or other materials from lakes, or the abatement and control of pollution caused by storm water runoff, soil erosion, or other types of non-point source or point source pollution.

Lead Hazard Control Assistance Fund (P.L. 2003, c.311)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund was established for the purpose of providing grants or loans to eligible homeowners to make their homes lead-safe. Funds are received from various sources, including a $20 fee assessed to homeowners of multiple dwelling units and a portion of the Sales and Use Tax generated on the sale of paint.

Legal Services Fund (P.L. 1996, c.52)

Special Revenue Fund

Revenues generated from the increase in certain filing fees in civil actions are credited to the fund and are used to provide legal services to the poor in civil matters, funding for ten Superior Court judgeships, and support to Rutgers-Newark Law School, Rutgers-Camden Law School, and Seton Hall Law School for clinical programs which provide free legal representation to the poor.

Luxury Tax Fund (N.J.S.A. 40:48 8.30a (B), (P.L. 1991, c.375)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund accounts for tax revenues collected on rooms, beverages, and amusements. These tax revenues are dedicated to the payment of debt service on bonds issued for the construction of the Convention Hall facilities, then to subsidize the Convention Center operating budget deficits. The remaining balances are available to provide housing opportunities for low and moderate income families.

Mortgage Assistance Fund (P.L. 1976, c.94)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $25 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for mortgage assistance and to spur construction, rehabilitation, and maintenance of housing for senior citizens and families of low and moderate income, and to provide funds for second mortgages and for a neighborhood preservation program.

Motor Vehicle Commission Fund (P.L. 2003, c.13)

Capital Projects Fund

The Motor Vehicle Security and Customer Service Act created the Motor Vehicle Commission Fund which authorized the issuance of $160 million in installment obligation bonds. An amount of $10 million was transferred to the Administrative Office of the Courts for improvements to the automated traffic system. The remainder was used to make capital improvements to Motor Vehicle Commission facilities.

Motor Vehicle Security Responsibility Fund (N.J.S.A. 39:6 30.1)

Private Purpose Trust Fund

Security deposits made by motorists not having the required minimum motor vehicle insurance coverage in the State, who have been involved in a motor vehicle accident resulting in bodily injury or death and/or property damage, are recorded in this fund. The deposits may be disbursed in satisfaction of judgments rendered or returned to the motorist upon release of liability.

Municipal Landfill Closure and Remediation Fund (P.L. 1996, c.124)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund is dedicated for the purpose of reimbursing a developer who enters into a certified redevelopment agreement related to the closure, remediation, and redevelopment of municipal landfill sites. Costs of the closure and remediation of the municipal solid waste landfill may be eligible for a 75.0 percent reimbursement upon the commencement of a business operation within a redevelopment project. The reimbursements are made from designated Sales and Use Tax collections.

Natural Resources Fund (P.L. 1980, c.70)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $145 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized to fund state and local projects for resource recovery, sewage treatment, water supply, dam restoration, and harbor clean up projects.

New Home Warranty Security Fund (N.J.S.A. 46:3B 7)

Special Revenue Fund

Monies received from participating builders of dwellings not previously occupied, excluding those constructed solely for lease, are deposited into this fund. Payments are authorized by approved claims of owners for defects in new homes covered by the new home warranty. In addition, during Fiscal Year 2010, an amount of $7.0 million was allocated for the State Rental Assistance Program.

New Jersey Bridge Rehabilitation and Improvement and Railroad Right of Way Preservation Fund (P.L. 1989, c.180)

Capital Projects Fund

An amount of $115 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the purposes of rehabilitating and improving bridges in the State and the preservation and acquisition of railroad rights of way.

1995 New Jersey Coastal Blue Acres Trust Fund (P.L. 1995, c.204)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $15 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Farmland and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 1995, and Blue Acres Bond Act of 1995 for the purpose of providing State grants and loans to assist local government units to meet the coastal blue acres cost of acquiring, for recreation and conservation purposes, lands in the coastal area that have been damaged by, or may be prone to incurring damage caused by, storms or storm-related flooding, or may buffer or protect other lands from such damage.

New Jersey Cultural Trust Fund (P.L. 2000, c.76)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund annually receives a General Fund appropriation. The appropriation, as well as accumulated investment earnings, shall be used for capital facilities projects that improve cultural or historical properties and facilities; endowment development; and payments to ensure the institutional and financial stability of qualified organizations in New Jersey. A qualified organization is defined as a tax-exempt, non-profit organization whose primary mission is to promote the performing, visual, and creative arts in New Jersey, or to promote or preserves history and humanities in New Jersey.

1989 New Jersey Green Acres Fund (P.L. 1989, c.183)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $90 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the 1989 Open Space Preservation Bond Act to provide monies for State grants to assist local governmental entities to acquire and develop land for recreation and conservation purposes.

1992 New Jersey Green Acres Fund (P.L. 1992, c.88)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $80 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Clean Water, Farmland and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 1992 for the purpose of acquiring and developing land by the State for recreation and conservation purposes.

1995 New Jersey Green Acres Fund (P.L. 1995, c.204)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $115 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Farmland and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 1995, and the Blue Acres Bond Act of 1995 to provide monies for public acquisition and development of land for recreation and conservation purposes.

1989 New Jersey Green Trust Fund (P.L. 1989, c.183)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $140 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the 1989 Open Space Preservation Bond Act to provide monies for public acquisition and development of land for recreation and conservation purposes.

1992 New Jersey Green Trust Fund (P.L. 1992, c.88)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $120 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Clean Water, Farmland and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 1992 for the purpose of providing State grants and loans to assist local governmental entities to acquire and develop land for recreation and conservation.

1995 New Jersey Green Trust Fund (P.L. 1995, c.204)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $135 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Farmland and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 1995, and Blue Acres Bond Act of 1995 to provide monies for public acquisition and development of land for recreation and conservation purposes.

1995 New Jersey Inland Blue Acres Fund (P.L. 1995, c.204)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $15 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized from the Green Acres, Farmland and Historic Preservation Bond Act of 1995, and Blue Acres Bond Act of 1995 for the purpose of acquiring inland blue acres for recreation and conservation purposes and lands in the floodway of the Passaic River and its tributaries that have been damaged by, or may be prone to incurring damage caused by, storms or storm related flooding, or that may buffer or protect other lands from such damage.

New Jersey Lawyers’ Assistance Program (R. 1:28B)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund provides assistance to members of the New Jersey Bar, law students, and law school graduates who have an alcohol, drug abuse, and/or gambling problems. Each nonexempt member of the Bar is required to pay $10 annually.

New Jersey Lawyers' Fund for Client Protection (R. 1:28 7)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund was established for the purpose of reimbursing, to the extent and in the manner provided by rules and regulations, losses resulting from dishonest conduct by members of the Bar of the State of New Jersey. Annual payments are made to this fund by each member of the Bar of the State of New Jersey. The annual payment required is $25 for attorneys in their third or fourth year of admission to the Bar, and $50 for attorneys in their fifth through forty-ninth years.

New Jersey Local Development Financing Fund (N.J.S.A. 34:1B 36)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $45 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized to capitalize the New Jersey Local Development Financing Fund. The fund provides financial assistance to municipal governments, local development corporations, and other organizations sponsoring commercial and industrial projects which encourage municipal economic development.

New Jersey Racing Industry Special Fund (P.L. 2001, c.199)

Special Revenue Fund

The New Jersey Racing Industry Special Fund accounts for inactive or dormant wagering accounts, breakage and outstanding pari-mutuel money exceeding required racing costs, and the excess takeout rate. Money deposited shall be disbursed monthly by the New Jersey Racing Commission primarily to those holding permits to conduct horse racing.

New Jersey Spill Compensation Fund (N.J.S.A. 58:10 23.11i)

Special Revenue Fund

Receipts from taxes and penalties levied on each owner or operator of a major facility of hazardous substances are deposited in this fund. The tax is measured by the number of barrels of hazardous substances of the first transfer to the major facility. Payments may be authorized for clean up costs, removal costs, research, and payments of approved claims.

New Jersey Spinal Cord Research Fund (P.L. 1999, c.201)

Special Revenue Fund

A $1 surcharge on motor vehicle fines and penalties are credited to this fund. Money collected shall be used exclusively for the purpose of making grants for approved spinal cord research projects at qualified research institutions.

New Jersey Workforce Development Partnership Fund (P.L. 1992, c.44)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund was established to provide qualified displaced, disadvantaged, and employed workers with employment and training services most likely to provide the greatest opportunity for long range career advancement with high levels of productivity and earning power. The program shall provide those services by means of training grants or customized training services, provided the funding is not available from federal or other sources. Each worker and employer shall contribute to the fund an amount equal to 0.025 percent of the workers' wages based on an annual wage limit. These funds will reduce contributions to the Unemployment Compensation Fund.

Petroleum Overcharge Reimbursement Fund (P.L. 1987, c.231)

Special Revenue Fund

The Petroleum Overcharge Reimbursement Fund accounts for monies received by the State from the Federal government pursuant to court settlements with various petroleum companies and distributors as payments for overcharges for petroleum products. Appropriations are made from the fund for energy efficiency and conservation programs.

Pinelands Infrastructure Trust Fund (P.L. 1985, c.302)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $30 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the purpose of providing grants and loans to local governmental entities for transportation, wastewater treatment, water supply, and other infrastructure capital projects necessary to accommodate development in the pinelands area.

Pollution Prevention Fund (P.L. 1991, c.235)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund was established to fund the implementation of a comprehensive pollution prevention program which integrates the air pollution, water pollution, and hazardous waste management programs. The fund is credited with a $2 per employee fee imposed upon employers and collected by the New Jersey Department of Labor.

Public Purpose Buildings and Community Based Facilities Construction Fund (P.L. 1989, c.184)

Capital Projects Fund

An amount of $125 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the purpose of planning, construction, reconstruction, development, erection, acquisition, extension, improvement, rehabilitation, and equipping the State and community-based human services facilities and State correctional facilities.

Public Purpose Buildings Construction Fund (P.L. 1980, c.119)

Capital Projects Fund

An amount of $159 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for construction of public purpose buildings, including $50 million for facilities for the mentally retarded, $67 million for correctional facilities, $7 million for a veterans' long term care facility, $3.5 million for facilities for children in need of supervision, and $21.5 million for facilities for the mentally ill. The fund also provided $10 million to the Department of Human Services for the establishment of a loan guarantee fund to encourage the construction of long-term care facilities that provide Medicaid funded beds.

Real Estate Guaranty Fund (N.J.S.A. 45:15 34)

Special Revenue Fund

Monies received from additional fees on annual licenses of real estate brokers and real estate salesmen are deposited in this fund. Claim payments, as certified by court orders, are made to persons aggrieved by the embezzlement, conversion, or unlawful obtaining of money or property by a licensed real estate broker or a real estate salesman, or an unlicensed employee of a real estate broker.

Remediation Guarantee Fund (P.L. 1993, c. 139)

Special Revenue Fund

The fund was established in order to remediate, or contract for the remediation of, any real property for which a person was required to establish a remediation funding source pursuant to section 25 of P.L. 1993, c.139, and where that person fails to conduct or properly conduct that remediation. An amount of $5 million was appropriated from the Hazardous Discharge Fund of 1986.

Resource Recovery and Solid Waste Disposal Facility Fund (P.L. 1985, c.330)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $85 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized to provide funds for loans or grants to local government units for the construction of resource recovery facilities and environmentally sound sanitary landfill facilities.

Safe Drinking Water Fund (N.J.S.A. 58:12A 12)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund accounts for tax revenues collected from owners or operators of public community water systems pursuant to the Safe Drinking Water Act. Monies in this fund are subject to appropriation to the Department of Environmental Protection for all costs associated with the department's administration of programs set forth in the Act.

Sanitary Landfill Facility Contingency Fund (N.J.S.A. 13:1E 100)

Special Revenue Fund

Receipts from taxes and penalties levied upon each owner or operator of every sanitary landfill facility are deposited in this fund. The tax is levied per cubic yard of solids and per gallon of liquids. The fund shall be liable for all direct and indirect damages resulting from the operations or closure of any sanitary landfill.

Shore Protection Fund (P.L. 1983, c.356)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $50 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the purpose of State projects and the making of State grants and loans to counties and municipalities for researching, planning, acquiring, developing, constructing, and maintaining shore protection projects. Of the total available, $40 million was allocated for State shore protection projects and for State grants to counties and municipalities. The remaining $10 million was allocated for State loans to counties and municipalities.

State Disability Benefit Fund (N.J.S.A. 43:21 46a)

Special Revenue Fund

Worker and employer deposits that are subject to the contribution section on taxable wages under the State’s unemployment compensation law are recorded in this fund. Deposits are also made from special assessments, fines, penalties, and investment earnings. Payments from the fund may be made to persons entitled to disability benefits and benefits not covered by the Workers' Compensation Law, for authorized refunds of contributions, and for administrative expenses.

State Facilities for Handicapped Fund (P.L. 1973, c.149)

Capital Projects Fund

An amount of $25 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the expansion and renovation of the Marie H. Katzenbach School for the Deaf and for the planning, acquisition, improvements, and construction of regional day school facilities to educate children with severe handicaps.

State Land Acquisition and Development Fund (P.L. 1978, c.118)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $200 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for State and local acquisition and development to continue efforts to conserve open space and provide recreation areas. Half of the amount is allocated to urban areas.

State Lottery Fund (N.J.S.A. 5:9 21)

Proprietary Fund

Monies derived from the sale of State lottery tickets are deposited into this fund. Disbursements are authorized for the payment of prizes to holders of winning lottery tickets and for the administrative expenses of the Division of State Lottery. Remaining balances are paid to the General Fund in support of the amounts annually appropriated for State institutions and for education. The present value of obligations for future installment payments of lottery prizes funded by the purchase of deposit fund contracts are accounted for in this fund.

State-Owned Real Property Fund (P.L. 2007, c.108)

Special Revenue Fund

Proceeds from the sale of surplus, State-owned real property are deposited into this fund. The monies in the fund are dedicated only for the relief of State debt or to assist in funding capital improvement projects.

State Recycling Fund (N.J.S.A. 12:1E 92)

Special Revenue Fund

Beginning on April 1, 2008, a $3.00 per ton tax is levied on the owner or operator of every solid waste facility as well as on solid waste collectors that transport solid waste for out-of-state disposal. Monies in the fund are used for: direct recycling grants to counties and municipalities; aid to counties for preparing, revising, and implementing solid waste management plans; State recycling program planning and program funding; aid to counties for public information and education programs concerning recycling programs; and for State grants to institutions of higher education to conduct research in recycling.

1999 Statewide Transportation and Local Bridge Fund (P.L. 1999, c.181)

Capital Projects Fund

An amount of $500 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the purpose of rehabilitating and improving State transportation, including local bridges. Of this sum, $250 million was reserved for grants to county and municipal governments for the cost of rehabilitation and improvement of structurally deficient bridges carrying county or municipal roads including railroad overhead bridges. The remaining $250 million is reserved for transportation projects.

Stormwater Management and Combined Sewer Overflow Abatement Fund (P.L. 1989, c.181)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $50 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the purpose of providing grants and loans to local government units for the cost of projects identified pursuant to the stormwater management and combined sewer overflow abatement project priority list.

Superior Court of New Jersey Trust Fund (R. 4:57 2 to 5)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund accounts for monies representing deposits made in court as a result of litigation, including foreclosures, condemnations, liquidations, dissolutions, good faith deposits by liability insurers, sale of infants' lands, insolvencies, receiverships, and interpleaders. Disbursements from the fund are authorized by court order.

Supplemental Workforce Fund for Basic Skills (PL 2002, c.152)

Special Revenue Fund

The monies in this fund are used for basic skills training, reemployment services, and training programs for displaced and disadvantaged workers. Each worker shall contribute 0.0175 percent of their wages based on an annual wage limit to the Fund as determined by paragraph (3) of subsection (b) of R.S. 43:21-7.

Tobacco Settlement Fund

Special Revenue Fund

Payments received from the Master Settlement Agreement (MSA), dated November 23, 1998, are deposited into this fund. The MSA is the national settlement reached with the tobacco industry in which participating states are expected to be paid in perpetuity.

Tourism Improvement and Development Fund (P.L. 1992, c.165)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund accounts for a tax of up to 2 percent on predominantly tourism related retail receipts and an assessment of 1.85 percent. Amounts are expended to promote economic growth and employment related to a tourism economy, and to encourage tourism improvement and development districts to finance the acquisition, maintenance, operation, and support of convention center facilities.

Trial Attorney Certification Program (R. 1:39 1 (h))

Special Revenue Fund

This fund was established to assist the New Jersey Supreme Court in the administration of the certification function for civil or criminal trial attorneys. Revenues are generated by payments made by members of the Bar of the State of New Jersey and sponsors of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) programs.

Unclaimed Child Support Trust Fund (P.L. 1995, c.115)

Special Revenue Fund

All monies received, as abandoned child support are deposited into this fund. Each year, 45 days after the receipt of such funds, payments are made to the Judiciary consisting of the Federal Government's Title IV D share. The remaining portions are used to pay claims duly presented and allowed and all expenses and costs incurred by the State of New Jersey.

Unclaimed County Deposits Trust Fund (P.L. 1992, c.173)

Private Purpose Trust Fund

All monies received as unclaimed county deposits are deposited in this fund. Each year 75 percent of the deposits received from a respective county are paid to that county. The remaining portion is retained in the fund and used to pay claims duly presented and allowed and all expenses and costs incurred by the State of New Jersey.

Unclaimed Insurance Payments on Deposit Accounts Fund

Private Purpose Trust Fund

The Unclaimed Deposits Amendment Act of 1993 (UDAA) controls the disposition of unclaimed insurance payments on deposit accounts for insured depository institutions which are placed into receivership after July 28, 1993. Pursuant to the UDAA, unclaimed insurance deposits are placed into this fund and held for ten years. Payments will be made to the owner upon determining that such individual or entity is the rightful owner of such funds. At the end of the ten-year period, any remaining deposits will be forwarded to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

Unclaimed Utility Deposits Trust Fund (P.L. 2000, c.132)

Special Revenue Fund

All monies received in unclaimed property deposits from electric and gas utilities are deposited into this fund. Each year, unless the administrator deems it prudent and advisable to do otherwise, the administrator shall pay to the New Jersey Statewide Heating Assistance and Referral for Energy Services, a non-profit corporation, or to another statewide non-profit energy assistance organization designated by the Board of Public Utilities within 45 days of the receipt of such funds, 75.0 percent of the unclaimed utility deposits received from each of the electric and gas utilities by the administrator. Money received from the administrator shall be used exclusively for the payment of expenses associated with the restoration of electric or gas service, or to prevent the termination of electric or gas service. The remaining portion is retained in the fund and used to pay claims duly presented and allowed.

Unemployment Compensation Auxiliary Fund (N.J.S.A. 43:21 14g)

Special Revenue Fund

Amounts collected as penalties and interest assessed against employers who have failed to make payment of contributions required under the Unemployment Compensation Law to the State on a timely basis are deposited in this fund. Payments from the fund are authorized for the refund of any interest and/or penalty credited hereto, determined to have been collected or remitted by mistake. The remaining amounts may be expended by appropriations for administrative costs of the Unemployment Compensation Law and for costs of programs which generate employment, such as the Work Incentive Program, authorized training programs, and economic development activities.

Unemployment Compensation Fund (N.J.S.A. 43:21 9a)

Proprietary Fund

This fund accounts for monies deposited from contributions of employers and employees for unemployment compensation, amounts credited or advances made by the Federal government, and amounts received herein from any other source. After consideration is given to any claim for refund of overpayment of contributions, the remainder is transferred by the Division of Employment Security to the Treasurer of the United States for credit to the State of New Jersey Unemployment Compensation Fund and held by the Treasurer of the United States in the State of New Jersey Unemployment Trust Fund. Drawdowns against the State of New Jersey Unemployment Trust Fund are made by requests submitted to the Treasurer of the United States by the Division of Employment Security on an as needed basis, whereby amounts are transferred back to the Unemployment Compensation Fund and are then disbursed by the Division of Employment Security to persons entitled to receive unemployment benefits. Any shortfall in the Unemployment Compensation Fund needed to pay benefits is covered by Federal statutes, which authorize advances from the Federal government for unemployment benefits. Such advances are repayable by increased rates on federally taxable wages reported by New Jersey employers, or the advances may be repaid out of the fund assets at any time by the Governor.

Universal Services Fund (P.L. 1999, c.23)

Special Revenue Fund

Monies deposited into this fund are generated from a “societal benefit charge” on monthly utility bills. The funds generated from the charge support the Lifeline program, clean energy initiatives, and provide financial assistance to low income utility customers.

University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Self Insurance Reserve Fund

(N.J.S.A. 52:18A-1 et seq.)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund was established by a trust agreement between the State and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey to cover malpractice claims against the hospitals and the University. This insurance is required by the New Jersey Health Care Facilities Financing Authority for protection of the Authority's bondholders. Revenues are derived from General Fund appropriations, as well as contributions from University affiliated hospitals and from University faculty members.

Urban and Rural Centers Unsafe Buildings Demolition Revolving Loan Fund (P.L. 1997, c.125)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $20 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized to provide financing for the demolition and disposal of unsafe buildings in urban and rural centers.

Vietnam Veterans' Memorial Fund (P.L. 1985, c.494)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund receives monies from donations and income tax designations to fund the Vietnam Veterans' Memorial honoring New Jersey veterans of the Vietnam conflict.

Volunteer Emergency Service Organizations Loan Fund (P.L. 1987, c.8)

Special Revenue Fund

The purpose of this fund is to provide low interest loans to volunteer emergency service organizations for the purpose of modernizing or replacing outmoded or unsafe emergency vehicles, apparatus, equipment, or facilities, or to establish facilities to meet an increasing demand for a higher level of service in the communities in which they serve. Revenues consist of General Fund appropriations and interest on loan repayments.

Wastewater Treatment Fund (P.L. 1985, c.329)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $190 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized for the purpose of financing the cost of construction of wastewater treatment systems. Of the total amount authorized, $145 million is allocated for the purpose of making grants and low or zero interest loans to local government units for financing the cost of the construction of wastewater treatment systems. In addition, this fund is the depository for the receipt of federal capitalization grants made available to the State for the purpose of financing wastewater treatment systems.

1992 Wastewater Treatment Fund (P.L. 1992, c.88)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $45 million was authorized for the purpose of making zero percent loans to local governmental entities for wastewater treatment system projects, in order to bring such systems into full compliance with permits issued pursuant to the Water Pollution Control Act; to provide adequate wastewater treatment in areas where large numbers of septic systems have malfunctioned or become obsolete; or to connect an obsolete or malfunctioning wastewater treatment system to another wastewater treatment system.

Water Conservation Fund (P.L. 1969, c.127)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $271 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized to conduct research, plan, acquire, develop, construct, and maintain water supply and wastewater treatment facilities for the preservation, sale, or exchange of water for potable, industrial, commercial, irrigational, recreational, and other public purposes.

2003 Water Resources and Wastewater Treatment Fund (P.L. 2003, c.162)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $45 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized to provide loans to, or on behalf of, local governmental entities or public water utilities to finance the costs of water resources projects or to make improvements to water supply facilities, or to provide loans to, or on behalf of, local governmental entities to finance the costs of wastewater treatment system projects.

Water Supply Fund (P.L. 1981, c.261)

Special Revenue Fund

An amount of $350 million of General Obligation bonds was authorized to provide loans for State or local projects for the rehabilitation, repair, or consolidation of antiquated, damaged, or inadequately operating water supply facilities, as recommended by the New Jersey Water Supply Master Plan.

Water Supply Replacement Trust Fund (P.L. 1988, c.106)

Special Revenue Fund

P.L. 1986, c.144 created a surtax on the corporate business tax to be deposited into the Hazardous Discharge Site Cleanup Fund. Of the amount deposited, $60 million was transferred to this fund to provide loans to municipalities or municipally-owned public water systems for the purpose of providing a permanent alternate water supply to persons whose principal source of potable water is contaminated or is threatened with contamination by hazardous substances.

Worker and Community Right to Know Fund (N.J.S.A. 34:5A 1)

Special Revenue Fund

This fund was established to account for all fees collected from employers pursuant to the Worker and Community Right to Know Act. Monies in the fund are allocated for expenses incurred by the Department of Health and Senior Services, Department of Environmental Protection, Department of Labor and Workforce Development, and the Department of the Treasury in connection with the Act's provisions.


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