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New Jersey Statutes Title 52. State Government, Departments and Officers 52 § 18A-239

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a. The development authority shall adopt rules and regulations pursuant to the “Administrative Procedure Act,” P.L.1968, c. 410 (C.52:14B-1 et seq.), to require that not less than the prevailing wage rate be paid to workers employed in the performance of any construction contract undertaken in connection with any of its school facilities projects.  The development authority shall provide for the proper enforcement and administration of these rules and regulations.

b. A violation of the rules and regulations adopted pursuant to this section shall be deemed to be a violation of P.L.1963, c. 150 (C.34:11-56.25 et seq.). The Commissioner of Labor and Workforce Development and any worker shall have the same powers of enforcement against violations of such rules and regulations as are provided by sections 11 through 16, inclusive, of P.L. 1963, c. 150 (C.34:11-56.35 through 34:11-56.40).

c. The rules and regulations concerning the prevailing wage rate in connection with school facilities projects which have been adopted by the New Jersey Schools Construction Corporation pursuant to the provisions of P.L.2000, c. 72 (C.18A:7G-1 et al.) shall remain in full force and effect unless subsequently revised by the development authority following the enactment of P.L.2007, c. 137 (C.52:18A-235 et al.).

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