On January 16, 2010, then-Governor Jon Corzine signed a new law (P.L.2009, c.249) extending the prevailing wage requirements to “any work on a maintenance-related project that exceeds the scope of work and capabilities of in-house maintenance personnel, requires the solicitation of bids, and has an aggregate value exceeding $50,000.” As reported in the January 2010 issue of the New Jersey eAuthority, this law is designed to apply to substantial maintenance projects which are beyond the capacity of in-house maintenance staff, requiring the bidding out of work.


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