New Jersey Statutes Title 40. Municipalities and Counties 40 § 61-14
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Any such municipality, without taking title to such park may appropriate such sum or sums of money as the governing body shall think proper for the maintenance of roads, paths, lakes, bridges, planting of trees, flowers and shrubbery, the erection of shelters, stands, rest houses, seats, and provisions for the comfort and convenience of the persons using the park, but money so appropriated shall be used and expended by the proper officer of the municipality under the direction of the appropriate committee of the governing body thereof, subject to the approval of the trustees of the park.
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