Borough of Verona, PA
Allegheny County
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[The following ordinances and resolutions are no longer of general interest, mainly because their provisions were carried out directly after their enactment. Since they are of historical or special interest only, it has not been considered necessary to include their entire text here. Instead, they are arranged in groups, by title only, according to subject matter. Within each group, all enactments are listed in chronological order. Any person desiring to read the full text of these enactments may do so by consulting the original books in the office of the Borough Secretary.]

§ A255-1 Agreements and contracts.

Enactment
Date
Description
Ord. No. 13-1922
6-3-1922
Authorizing an agreement between the Borough of Verona, the Philadelphia Company, and the Pittsburgh Railways Company. (This agreement between the above-mentioned companies and all municipalities in which they operated established a Traction Conference Board, two members to be selected by the City of Pittsburgh and one member by the other member municipalities, to oversee budgetary matters of the railway and to settle disputes between the municipalities and railway companies; it further provided for payment of license fees to such municipalities, and provided that Verona would maintain certain streets, normally the responsibility of the companies, for a fee, but provided that the expense of street work connected with the maintenance of the street railway system be borne by the companies; the Borough further agreed to cooperate with the companies to enable them to continue in operation by giving them the necessary rights-of-way and other considerations. The agreement was for 10 years beginning December 20, 1921.)
Ord. No. 28-1925
8-18-1925
Authorizing and directing the making, execution and delivery of a contract between the Pittsburgh Railways Company and the Borough of Verona, granting the Borough of Verona permission to erect an approach to the Pittsburgh Railways Company viaduct, and fixing the rights and liabilities of the parties thereto. (The contract authorized construction of an approach to the viaduct connecting the Borough of Oakmont to Verona through Front Street, which approach would connect the viaduct with High Street and Seldon Avenue.)
Ord. No. 29-1925
10-22-1925
Authorizing and directing the making, execution and delivery of a contract between the Monongahela Street Railway Company, Consolidated Traction Company and Pittsburgh Railways Company and the Borough of Verona, granting the Borough of Verona permission to erect an approach to the Pittsburgh Railways Company viaduct, and fixing the right and liabilities of the parties thereto. (This authorized the construction to the viaduct connecting the Borough of Oakmont to Verona through Front Street, which approach would connect the viaduct with High Street and Seldon Avenue.)
Res. No. 1-1967
1-16-1967
Untitled resolution authorizing an agreement with the Duquesne Light Company to permit the Borough to attach cables, wires, lights, signs, boxes, switches, and other facilities required for operation of police, fire alarm and traffic control systems, to the poles of said Company.
Res. No. 4-1983
11-9-1983
Establishing a new agreement with Westmoreland Cable Company regarding various rates to be charged. Referring to prior agreements made by Res. Nos. 1 of 1971 and 6 of 1975.
Ord. No. 5-2010
9-14-2010
Authorizing a cable franchise agreement with Comcast of Pennsylvania, Inc.

§ A255-2 Annexation of territory.

Enactment
Date
Description
Ord. No. 5-1922
3-2-1922
Annexing certain land adjacent to the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, and lying and being in the Township of Penn, County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, to the Borough of Verona.

§ A255-3 Bond issues and loans.

Enactment
Date
Description
10-4-1873
To authorize the Borough of Verona to borrow money for Borough purposes.
7-7-1873
Providing for the issuing of bonds to an amount not exceeding $30,000.
10-27-1873
Providing for the issuing of bonds numbers one, two, three and four. (The bonds were for $2,000, to fund existing indebtedness.)
24-11-1873
Untitled ordinance authorizing and directing the Burgess to issue or cause to be issued to A. T. Rowand two bonds of the sum of $500 each for the claim of John Smiley and wife and David Osborn assigned to A. T. Rowand.
9-12-1875
For the issue of improvement bonds. (The bonds were not to exceed $6,000.
12-11-1875
For the issuing of Town Hall bonds. (The bonds were not to exceed $10,000.)
5-11-1886
Authorizing the issue of a temporary loan bond. (The bond was for $1,500, to meet current expenses.)
4-11-1887
For the issue of street improvement bonds. (The bonds were in the amount of $20,000.)
4-25-1887
For the issue of street improvement bonds. (The bonds were in the amount of $20,000.)
5-12-1891
For the issue of street improvement bonds. (The bonds were in the amount of $3,000.)
10-21-1892
For temporary loan of $500. (The loan was for street improvement.)
4-30-1894
Providing for the floating of a bond for payment of expenses of fire equipment. (The bond was in the amount of $1,500.)
5-28-1894
Providing for the issue of bonds amounting to sum of $1,500) for the payment of fire equipment.
11-25-1895
For the issue of an improvement bond of $1,200.
11-20-1896
For the issue of an improvement bond of $1,000.
9-27-1897
Relating to the incurring of an indebtedness and providing for the payment thereof. (The $2,500 bond was for street improvement.)
5-16-1898
Authorizing submission to the electors of the Borough of Verona of the question of increasing the indebtedness of said Borough for the purpose of grading and otherwise improving the streets. (The bond issue was not to exceed $32,000.)
12-3-1898
Authorizing the incurring of an indebtedness by the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, in the sum of $3,000, the issuing of bonds therefor, and to provide for the payment thereof.
11-29-1900
For the issue of one redemption bond of $12,000.
8-26-1901
For the issue of one property bond of $1,800. (The bond was for purchase of the Ross property at the corner of James and Front Streets.)
4-1-1902
Signifying the desire of the corporate authorities of the Borough of Verona to increase the indebtedness of said Borough, the purpose therefor and the amount thereof, and directing the submission of the question as to whether or not it shall be so increased to a vote of the qualified electors of said Borough, setting the date of such election and directing that notice thereof shall be given. (The bond issue was for $45,000: $12,000 for street improvement and $33,000 for sewer system construction.)
4-21-1902
Signifying the desire of the corporate authorities of the Borough of Verona to increase the indebtedness thereof and directing the submission of the question as to whether or not it shall be so increased to a vote of the qualified electors of said Borough, setting the date of such election and directing that notice thereof shall be given. (The bond issue was for $45,000 for sewer construction.)
6-16-1902
Increasing the indebtedness of the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, in the aggregate amount of $45,000 for the following purposes, to wit: $33,000 for sewer construction and $12,000 for street improvements, authorizing the executing, negotiation and delivery of coupon bonds therefor, fixing the denomination, number and form of such bonds and coupons, the rate of interest they shall pay, the time and place of payment of the same and the time and place of redemption of the principal debt secured thereby, and levying and directing the collection of an annual tax equal to and sufficient for and applying the same exclusively to the payment of the interest upon and the redemption of the principal of such bonds or obligations according to their terms.
4-25-1904
For the issue of one redemption bond of $1,800.
4-25-1904
For the issue of three redemption bonds of $500 each.
4-25-1904
For the issue of one redemption bond of $500.
10-22-1906
Increasing the indebtedness of the Borough of Verona in the sum of $17,000 for the purpose of grading, paving and sewering streets in said Borough; authorizing the execution, negotiation and delivery of coupon bonds therefor; fixing the denomination and form thereof, the rate of interest they shall bear, the time and place of payment of the interest, the time and place of redemption of said bonds when due; and providing for the payment of the interest and state tax thereon, and the redemption of said bonds at maturity according to their terms.
9-17-1907
Increasing the indebtedness of the Borough of Verona in the sum of $15,000 for the purpose of grading, paving and sewering streets and other municipal improvements in the said Borough; authorizing the execution, negotiation and delivery of coupon bonds therefor; fixing the denomination and form thereof, the rate of interest they shall bear; the time and place of payment of the interest, the time and place of redemption of said bonds when due, and providing for the payment of the interest and state tax thereon, and the redemption of said bonds at maturity according to their terms.
9-16-1911
Expressing a desire to increase the indebtedness of the Borough of Verona and authorizing the preparation of an ordinance increasing the indebtedness of the Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Verona. (This was to provide for a $15,000 bond for street improvement and sewer construction.)
- -1911
Increasing the indebtedness of the Borough of Verona in the sum of $15,000, for the purpose of grading, paving streets and constructing sewers in said Borough; authorizing the execution, negotiation and delivery of bonds therefor; fixing the denomination and form thereof, the rate of interest they shall bear, the time and place of payment of the interest, the time and place of redemption of said bonds when due, and providing for the payment of the interest and state tax thereon, and the redemption of said bonds at maturity according to the terms thereof.
12-1-1916
Authorizing and directing the issuing by certificates of indebtedness numbered 6, 7, 8 in the total sum of $8,000 for the purpose of refunding a part of certificate of indebtedness number 3.
1-26-1920
Signifying and expressing the desire of the corporate authorities of the Borough of Verona, County of Allegheny and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to increase the indebtedness of the said Borough of Verona by the amount of $70,000 for the purpose of grading, curbing, guttering and paving the following named streets, namely High Street, from Front Street to North Avenue; North Avenue from High Street to Second Avenue; Second Avenue from North Avenue, southwardly to the Borough line; South Avenue from Front Street to Fourth Avenue; and for the purpose of constructing a storm sewer on First Avenue and erecting or paying the share of the Borough of Verona for the erection of a garbage incinerating plant, the balance of said fund, if any, there be to be appropriated for the purpose of improving streets.
1-26-1920
Signifying and expressing the desire of the corporate authorities of the Borough of Verona, County of Allegheny and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to increase the indebtedness of the said Borough of Verona in the sum of $35,000 for the purpose of paying floating indebtedness of the said Borough of Verona heretofore incurred.
2-25-1920
Authorizing an election on the question of increasing the indebtedness of the Borough of Verona by the amount of $35,000, for the purpose of paying floating indebtedness heretofore incurred and on the question of increasing the indebtedness of the said Borough of Verona by the amount of $70,000 for the purpose of grading, curbing, guttering and paving the following named streets, namely High Street from Front Street to North Avenue; North Avenue from High Street to Second Avenue; Second Avenue from North Avenue southwardly to the Borough line; South Avenue from Front Street to Fourth Avenue; for the purpose of constructing a storm sewer on First Avenue; and erection or the paying of the share of the Borough of Verona for the erection of a garbage incinerating plant, the balance of said fund, if any, there be to be appropriated for the purpose of improving streets.
7-14-1920
Increasing the indebtedness of the Borough of Verona, County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania for the purpose of paying floating indebtedness of the Borough of Verona heretofore incurred by an issue of bonds to the amount of $35,000 with semiannual coupons attached, fixing the form, number, date, interest and maturity, etc., thereof, authorizing the sale thereof, levying a tax for the payment thereof, making appropriation pending the collection of said tax.
Ord. No. 6-1922
3-28-1922
Signifying and expressing the desire of the corporate authorities of the Borough of Verona, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to increase the indebtedness of the said Borough of Verona in the sum of $80,000 for the purpose of grading, curbing, paving or otherwise improving streets of the said Borough of Verona and for constructing storm sewers in said Borough of Verona.
Ord. No. 11-1922
4-12-1922
Authorizing an election on the question of increasing the indebtedness of the Borough of Verona, by the amount of $80,000 for the purpose of grading, curbing, paving or otherwise improving streets in the said Borough of Verona, and for the constructing of storm sewers in the said Borough of Verona.
Ord. No. 14-1922
6-27-1922
Increasing the indebtedness of the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, for the purpose of grading, curbing, paving or otherwise improving streets in said Borough of Verona, by the amount of $80,000, by an issue of bonds to the amount of $80,000, with semiannual coupons attached; fixing the form, date, interest and maturity thereof, etc.; authorizing the sale thereof; levying a tax for the payment thereof; making an appropriation pending the collection of said tax. (For amendment to this ordinance, see entry below.)
Ord. No. 18-1922
8-3-1922
Amending Section 3 of an ordinance entitled: "An Ordinance increasing the indebtedness of the Borough of Verona. Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, for the purpose of grading curbing, paving or otherwise improving streets in said Borough of Verona and for the construction of storm sewers in the Borough of Verona by the amount of $80,000. . . ." approved the 27th day of June, 1922, and recorded in Ordinance Book Vol. C, page 347 to page 351.
Ord. No. 86-1932
6-8-1932
Signifying the desire of the corporate authorities of the Borough of Verona to increase the bonded indebtedness of said Borough of Verona by the amount of $200,000 for the purpose of funding the existing indebtedness of said Borough, and ratifying all or so much of such existing indebtedness as may have been incurred by Council, without the assent of the electors, in excess of 2% of the total assessed valuation of taxable property within said Borough, and authorizing an election for the purpose of obtaining the assent of the electors of the Borough of Verona to said proposed increase of the bonded indebtedness and for the ratification of all such excess.
Ord. No. 88-1932
7-25-1932
Authorizing and directing an increase of the bonded indebtedness of the Borough of Verona by the amount of $200,000, for the purpose of funding the existing indebtedness of said Borough of Verona, by providing for the issue and sale of coupon bonds to the amount of $200,000, fixing the form, number, date interest and maturity thereof, levying a tax for the payment of the principal and interest thereof, making an appropriation thereof pending the collection of said tax, authorizing the performance of all acts necessary to carry out the intent of this ordinance, and rescinding the conflicting ordinances.
Ord. No. 93-1933
3-27-1933
Providing for the issuance of certificates of indebtedness, in the nature of drafts, on the Borough Treasurer, which shall be receivable in payment or on account of delinquent and/or levied and assessed taxes and municipal claims of the Borough of Verona, up to and including the year 1993, and which shall be payable on October 5th, 1933, or any date thereafter, on presentation to the Treasurer of said Borough, out of funds levied for the year 1993 for general Borough purposes, and making such certificates, when issued, valid indebtedness of said Borough.
Ord. No. 104-1935
2-4-1935
Authorizing the proper officers to negotiate loans from the Allegheny Valley Trust Company, the Borough's depository, and providing for the repayment thereof by certificates of indebtedness. (The loan was for $15,000 to pay outstanding indebtedness.)
Ord. No. 8-1949
3-28-1949
Authorizing the issuance, execution and delivery of a certificate of indebtedness to and with the County of Allegheny in the sum of $18,000 with interest at the rate of 4% per annum, payable in five consecutive annual installments containing an anticipation clause in adjustment of an alleged claim arising out of the improvement of Front Street in said Borough conditioned upon the improvement of Wildwood Avenue in said Borough by the County of Allegheny.
Ord. No. 21-1949
9-26-1949
Increasing the bonded indebtedness of the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, by an issue of coupon bonds in the amount of $60,000, for the purpose of grading, paving, repaving and otherwise permanently improving streets in the Borough and for the purchase of a fire truck; fixing the form, number, date, interest and maturity thereof; levying a tax for payment of debt service charges; authorizing execution, sale and delivery thereof; and making an appropriation.
Ord. No. 1-1952
1-3-1952
Authorizing the issuance, execution and delivery of a certificate of indebtedness to and with the County of Allegheny in the sum of $18,000, with interest at the rate of 4% per annum, payable in five consecutive annual installments containing an anticipation clause in adjustment of an alleged claim arising out of the improvement of Front Street in said Borough conditioned upon the improvement of Wildwood Avenue in said Borough by the County of Allegheny.
Ord. No. 4-1961
6-13-1961
Increasing the nonelectoral indebtedness of the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, by issuance and delivery of its installment note in the sum of $110,000 for capital expenditures, and fixing the terms thereof, appropriating the proceeds to the stated purposes and making other provisions relative thereto. (The bond issue was for street improvement.)
Ord. No. 2-1973
1-22-1973
Untitled ordinance increasing the indebtedness of the Borough in the amount of $38,000 for paying the balance due on purchase of fire truck valued at $50,608.90.
Ord. No. 5-1991
4-9-1991
Authorizing the issuance, execution and delivery of a certificate of indebtedness to and with the County of Allegheny in the sum of $75,000, with interest at the rate of 16 1/2% per annum, payable in five consecutive annual installments, for the purpose of reconstruction of Center Avenue.
Ord. No. 6-1995
7-11-1995
Increasing the nonelectoral indebtedness of the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, by issuance and delivery of its installment note in the sum of $45,000, with interest at the rate of 3% per annum, payable in five consecutive annual installments, for the purpose of the Second Street Sewer Project.
Ord. No. 6-2003
12-8-2003
Increasing the indebtedness of the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, by issuance of a general obligation note in the amount of $1,075,000 for bond retirement, fire truck purchase and other municipal improvements.

§ A255-4 Bridges (see also § A255-12).

Enactment
Date
Description
13-8-1877
For building a bridge over Plum Creek.
1904
Authorizing and ordering the Burgess and Secretary for and on behalf of the Borough of Verona, Pennsylvania, to make and enter into a contract with the Monongahela Street Railway Company for doing the work necessary in the change of location and grade of certain streets and the construction of a bridge or viaduct on Front Street in the Borough of Verona and the moving of the present bridge over Plum Creek at Front Street connecting the Borough of Oakmont and Verona to a new location over Plum Creek.
1904
Authorizing the construction of a public highway bridge on Front Street in the Borough of Verona.
1904
Providing for the relocation of the county bridge over Plum Creek in the Borough of Verona.
26-8-1904
Authorizing the construction of a public highway bridge on Front Street in the Borough of Verona.
26-8-1904
Providing for the relocation of the county bridge over Plum Creek in the Borough of Verona.
Ord. No. 17-1922
6-27-1922
For the construction of a concrete culvert along the line of Indian Creek where the said creek crosses Second Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 27-1925
8-18-1925
Providing for the construction of an approach to the viaduct connecting the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania with the Borough of Oakmont from High Street to said viaduct, authorizing the letting, making, execution and delivery of a contract therefor.
Ord. No. 5-1936
12-11-1936
Granting to the County of Allegheny the right to enter into the Borough for the purpose of widening, and/or relocating, and/or constructing, or reconstructing Verona-Oakmont Bridge (Allegheny River Boulevard), Borough of Verona, in substantial accordance with plans prepared by the County of Allegheny.

§ A255-5 Governmental and intergovernmental affairs.

Enactment
Date
Description
12-10-1898
Exonerating W.H. Powell, agt. for enameling works, from payment of Borough taxes for and during the period of 10 years. (This was to serve as an inducement for Powell to build a manufacturing plant in the Borough.
Ord. No. 16-1947
9-29-1947
Authorizing and directing the proper officers of the Borough of Verona to enter into a contract with Duncan Meter Corporation for the installation of parking meters, and adopting and approving the kind and form of meters to be installed.
Ord. No. 25-1948
10-19-1948
Authorizing the proper officers of the Borough of Verona to enter into an agreement with the County of Allegheny and the School District of the Borough of Verona relative to collection of delinquent taxes, foreclosure and sale of properties in said Borough by reason of delinquent taxes.
Ord. No. 3-1949
3-28-1949
Ratifying and confirming a certain garbage contract entered into between Walter Adams and John Washington and the Borough of Verona, dated March 12, 1949.
Res. No. 7-1969
12-9-1969
Untitled resolution recognizing the Southwestern Pennsylvania Regional Planning Commission as the representative agency to continue area-wide planning for municipalities, to perform planning at the regional scale in the southwestern Pennsylvania area and to act as the area-wide review agency.
Res. No. 4-1970
2-10-1970
Untitled resolution appointing Allegheny County to accomplish planning requirements of the Solid Waste Management Act.
9-10-1974
Approving the County Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan, as it pertains to said municipality, under the Pennsylvania Solid Waste Management Act.
Res. No. 9-1974
11-12-1974
Declaring the intention to meet certain requirements necessary to the filing of an application for Federal Flood Insurance.
Ord. No. 6-1980
11-11-1980
Amending the Civil Service Regulations to provide for residency. Article Three entitled "Rules and Regulations of the Civil Service Commission," Section 304, entitled "General Qualifications — All Applicants."
Ord. No. 3-1985
7-9-1985
Electing to upgrade the member benefits in the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System under Article IV of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law.
Ord. No. 4-1985
8-13-1985
Authorizing an agreement with Westmoreland Cable company to provide cable television service for the residents of the Borough.
Ord. No. 4-1988
5-10-1988
Amending the police pension plan by changing the previously established offset provision and member contribution rate.
Ord. No. 6-1989
7-11-1989
Establishing certain face, discount and penalty periods for payment of taxes.
Ord. No. 5-1997
3-20-1997
Amending Section 403 of the Borough of Verona Civil Service Commission rules and regulations titled, "Written Examinations," establishing a maximum number of passing applicants of the written exam to 20.
Ord. No. 6-2000
9-28-2000
Authorizing the Borough of Verona to enter into and participate in the District Attorney Narcotics Enforcement Team agreement as established by the Office of the Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and District Attorney of Allegheny County to coordinate, investigate, enforce and prosecute against the illegal use and trafficking of drugs.
Ord. No. 7-2000
10-26-2000
Joining with other local government units as a settlor of the Pennsylvania Local Government Investment Trust for the purpose of purchasing shares of the trust.
Ord. No. 3-2004
1-13-2004
Authorizing the Borough's officers to execute the Allegheny County Health Department's administrative consent order
Ord. No. 9-2004
9-14-2004
Scheduling public hearing for certain abandoned or dilapidated structures regarding demolition

§ A255-6 Plan approval.

Enactment
Date
Description
22-2-1886
For the adoption of G.L. Lee's Plan of Lots. (This Plan was located in the Second Ward.)
7-26-1886
Adopting A. H. Rowand Jr.'s Plan of Lots. (This Plan was located in the First Ward.)
12-27-1886
Adopting A. H. Rowand's Plan of Lots. (This Plan was located in the First Ward.)
7-31-1893
For the adoption of the German and Roman Catholic Street Joseph Orphan Asylum Plan of Lots, as amended.

§ A255-7 Public property.

Enactment
Date
Description
3-29-1875
Authorizing the erection of a Town Hall.
12-11-1875
Authorizing the erection of a Town Hall.
6-27-1901
Untitled resolution accepting agreement with Charles Ross for sale to the Borough of land situated in the Borough bounded by Front Street, James Street, Wildwood Avenue and the buildings, improvements, etc., known as the "Ross property," for $1,800.
11-28-1911
Authorizing and directing the purchase of an easement through private property for the Jones Street sewer. (The easement was located from Grant Street to Katz Alley.)
7-6-1912
Providing for the purchase of a strip of ground at the northeast corner of Front Street and Wildwood Avenue, fronting 10 feet on Front Street and extending back eastwardly, preserving a uniform width of 10 feet throughout along the northerly line of Wildwood Avenue to the westerly line of State Alley, for the sum of $800.
1-28-1913
Authorizing the Council of the Borough of Verona to purchase from L. G. Woods for the sum of $680 certain lots situate in the Borough of Verona, being lots numbered 16, 17, 18 and 19 in Plan of L. G. Woods, as recorded in Recorder's Office of Allegheny County, PA, in Plan Book 21, page 174, for the purpose of extending thereover Rock Alley from South Avenue southwardly to Wildwood Avenue.
7-5-1916
Authorizing and directing the sale of lot numbers 122 and 123 in the Arch H. Rowand Plan of Lots.
6-4-1917
Authorizing and directing the purchase of a motor-driven hose truck by the Borough of Verona.
12-31-1917
Selling and conveying all that certain lot or piece of land situated in the Borough of Verona, County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania and bounded and described as follows: . . . (the land was situated from South Avenue to the Second United Presbyterian Church).
9-30-1920
Directing the sale of all that lot or piece of land situate in the Borough of Verona, County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania and being part of lot number 19 in L. G. Woods Plan of Lots as recorded in the Recorder's Office of said County in Plan Book Volume 21, page 174, and being bounded and described as follows to wit: . . . (See entry above.)
10-14-1920
Authorizing and directing the purchase of a Ford Motor truck with dump body, and providing for the payment thereof.
Ord. No. 3-1922
2-1-1922
Authorizing and directing the sale of lot numbers 201 and 202 in Arch H. Rowand Jr.'s Plan of Lots recorded in Plan Book Volume 5, pages 78 and 79, and authorizing the execution and delivery of a deed therefor.
Ord. No. 14-1923
6-27-1923
Authorizing and directing the purchase of a certain lot or piece of land situate in Second Street, in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, from Matthew Moore and fixing the price to be paid therefor.
Ord. No. 31-1923
10-30-1923
Providing for the purchase of a motorcycle for the use of the Police Department of the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 32-1923
10-30-1923
Authorizing the selling and conveying of a certain lot or piece of land situate on the easterly side of Second Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, to the Second United Presbyterian Church of Verona; fixing the price therefor and authorizing the making, execution and delivery of a deed therefor.
Ord. No. 35-1926
8-3-1926
Ratifying and confirming a contract entered into July 12, 1926, by and between the Seagrave Corporation and the Borough of Verona, for the purchase of a fire truck.
Ord. No. 67-1930
3-31-1930
Authorizing the President of Council, when attested by the Borough Secretary, to execute and deliver certain articles of agreement with Sebastian Costa and Vita Costa, copartners trading as Costa Brothers, for the razing of the old Borough Building, and the removal and placing thereon of the said May Building, now situate at the southeasterly corner of James and Jones Streets together with the construction of concrete steps, porch floor, and other necessary improvements, and providing for the payment of the cost and compensation therefor.
Ord. No. 69-1930
6-22-1930
Authorizing and directing the execution of certain articles of agreement and deed with Fred Favo for the sale of Lot Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 in a certain Plan of Lots laid out by M.S. Verner, as of record in the Recorder's Office of Allegheny County in Plan Book Vol. 29, page 158.
Ord. No. 1-1941
2-17-1941
Authorizing and directing the Burgess and President of Council of the Borough of Verona, when attested by its Secretary, to execute and deliver a deed to Allan McGregor and Mary McGregor, his wife, and a deed to Dan Gabor and Charles Gabor. (This provided for sale of the lot on the west side of Second Avenue and Lot 37 in the Benjamin Jones Plan.)
Ord. No. 6-1941
7-28-1941
Authorizing the sale to Michael Serensca and Anna Serensca, his wife, of lot conveyed by William A. Wurzell to the Borough of Verona by deed recorded in the Recorder's Office of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, in Deed Book Vol. 2684, page 489.
Ord. No. 6-1945
8-27-1945
Authorizing and directing the execution of certain articles of agreement and deed with and to Oliver F. Tarr and Helen B. Tarr, his wife, for sale of lot at southwesterly corner of Fourth and South Avenues in the Borough of Verona.
Ord. No. 13-1946
7-29-1946
Authorizing the sale and execution and delivery of deed to Sidney M. Salevsky and Jean Salevsky, his wife, for a lot on the southerly side of Center Avenue in the Borough of Verona abutting on the westerly side of property now or late of James C. Tuckey Jr., et ux.
Ord. No. 11-1947
5-31-1947
Authorizing and directing the sale of parts of Lot Nos. 6 and 7, Block D, Colonel William Phillips Plan of Lots, in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, to Thomas A. Pribisco and Marilyn A. Pribisco, his wife, and providing for the execution, acknowledgment and delivery of a deed therefor.
Ord. No. 13-1947
6-30-1947
Authorizing the sale of Lot Nos. 11 and 26 in the M.S. Verner Plan of Lots in the Borough of Verona, as of record in Plan Book Vol. 29, page 158, to Robert McDade and Mildred McDade, his wife, and authorizing the execution and acknowledgment of a deed therefor.
Ord. No. 24-1949
11-28-1949
Ratifying and confirming the letting of a contract between the Borough of Verona and the Mack International Motor Truck Corporation for the furnishing of a Type 85 seven-hundred-fifty-gallon triple combination pumping engine; authorizing the execution and delivery of said contract; providing for the payment thereof; and making other provisions relative thereto.
Ord. No. 28-1953
12-8-1953
Relating to the installation of a new gas boiler in the Municipal Building. (The contract was awarded to William Hopper.)
Res. No. 5-1955
6-23-1955
To sell property owned by the Borough of Verona. (This refers to the Tiers property.)
Res. No. 7-1955
6-23-1955
Authorizing the conveyance to Frank Bostjancic of a lot fronting 10.16 feet on the northeasterly side of Church Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, as conveyed to the Borough by the executors and trustees under the last will and testament of John Nevin Witherspoon, deceased.
Res. No. 13-1956
10-8-1956
To sell property. (This refers to the Sarah H. Reed heirs' property, sold to Thomas Pribisco.)
Res. No. 1-1957
2-4-1957
To sell Lot No. 5 in A. H. Rowand's Plan, now owned by the Borough. (This refers to the old firehouse property.)
Res. No. 3-1957
4-18-1957
To purchase property from the General Services Administration. (This refers to the post office site, 24 feet west of Allegheny River Boulevard.)
Res. No. 5-1957
5-22-1957
Authorizing the purchase of land for the purpose of making a recreation place. (This refers to a tract of land conveyed to the Pittsburgh Standard Conduit Company by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company.)
Res. No. 11-1960
8-23-1960
Authorizing the sale of Borough real estate. (This refers to parts of Lots 18 and 19 in the L. G. Woods Plan, including certain vacated portions of State Alley and School Street.)

§ A255-8 Sewers.

Enactment
Date
Description
4-11-1887
Authorizing sewers on and grading of "B" Street.
1-16-1888
Granting privilege to lay a private sewer pipe (to J.W. Paul). (The pipe was to be placed by Paul on Railroad Avenue from "A" Street to the sewer line on the Bissetto property.)
5-7-1902
Providing for the construction of a public sewer system and the methods of defraying the cost of construction thereof in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
7-10-1906
Authorizing and directing the construction of a sanitary sewer on North Avenue in the Borough of Verona, from the westerly line of First Street to Front Street, making it part of the sewer system, connecting it therewith, directing the Borough Regulator to prepare plans, and the conjunction to the President of Council and the Street Committee to advertise for bids therefor, authorizing the letting of the contract to the lowest and best bidder, and authorizing the President of Council to execute a contract therefor on behalf of the Borough of Verona.
11-3-1911
Authorizing and directing the construction of a sanitary sewer on Jones Street and Katz Alley to and connecting with the present sanitary sewer system in the Borough of Verona and providing for the regulation of the same.
Ord. No. 44-1927
12-7-1927
Authorizing the Burgess of the Borough of Verona, when attested by the Borough Secretary, to enter into and execute articles of agreement with the Township of Penn, County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, relative to sanitary sewer drainage from Penn Township to, connection with, and into the Borough sewers, as shown by plans attached to said agreement, and providing for the collection and appropriation of certain fixed rates for the service so furnished.
Ord. No. 53-1928
8-7-1928
Authorizing the Burgess and Borough Secretary to execute certain articles of agreement with Joseph F. McKenica and Alice E. McKenica, his wife, for the construction of a sanitary sewer. (This sewer was to be located in the alley lying between and parallel to Brunot Street and Herron Avenue.)
Ord. No. 62-1930
2-10-1930
Authorizing and directing the President of Council, when attested by the Secretary thereof, to execute and deliver certain articles of agreement with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, relative to the construction of a seventy-two-inch concrete sewer under and beneath the tracks, and through the right-of-way of said Railroad Company, along a line approximately in the center line of James Street, in the Borough of Verona, as shown and specified upon blueprint of plan attached and designated File 300, dated December 19, 1929, marked Exhibit A, the same being done in connection with the changing of the course of and paving or enclosing of a portion of Indian Run.
Ord. No. 99-1933
12-6-1933
Providing for the making, or causing to be made, of certain public works or municipal street improvements, sewer work, and other necessary and incidental work in connection therewith, in conjunction with the Civil Works Administration, Projects Department, of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the United States Government, providing for the letting of contracts, for the furnishing of material, and otherwise regulating the same. (This provided for sanitary and storm sewers to be installed on James Street, from the Pennsylvania Railroad right-of-way to State Street.)
Ord. No. 17-1946
11-15-1946
Authorizing and directing the proper officers of the Borough of Verona to execute a contract with the Allegheny County Sanitary Authority, enabling it to comply with the order of the Sanitary Water Board of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. (This related to collecting, transporting, treating and disposing of sewage.)
Ord. No. 20-1946
12-30-1946
Authorizing and directing the proper officers of the Borough of Verona to execute a contract with the Allegheny County Sanitary Authority, enabling it to comply with the order of the Sanitary Water Board of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. (The contract was to aid in development of sewage treatment and disposal plans.)
Ord. No. 18-1949
9-14-1949
Providing for the construction of an eight-inch sanitary sewer in Fourth Avenue as laid out in the Plan of Col. Wm. Phillips as of record in . . . Plan Book Vol. 5, pages 118 and 119, to be laid west of the cartway and curbline in the said avenue and to extend southwardly in Fourth Avenue from the present twelve-inch sanitary sewer in Center Avenue toward South Avenue, together with the necessary manholes; providing for the letting of the contract or contracts for the construction thereof; and providing for the assessment and collection of the costs and expenses thereof, and otherwise regulating the same.
Ord. No. 19-1949
9-20-1949
Signifying the intention of the Borough of Verona to enter into the planning, construction and operation of a joint sewage disposal plant under an authority plan and providing for the appointment of a committee to act jointly with a like committee of the Borough of Oakmont and/or of the Borough of Oakmont and Township of Penn, which committee shall be empowered to select and employ a suitable engineering firm to prepare studies, plans and specifications for such project.
Res. No. 27-1949
11-28-1949
Fixing the assessments for the construction of an eight-inch sanitary sewer in Fourth Avenue in the Township of Penn, a street bounding the Borough of Verona, said sewer constructed between the westerly curbline and the westerly property line of Fourth Avenue, from a point approximately 322 feet southwardly from Center Avenue northwardly to, through and connecting with the present eight-inch sanitary sewer in Fourth Avenue and the present twelve-inch sanitary sewer in Center Avenue as now connected with the Verona sanitary sewer system, providing for the collection thereof and making other provisions relative thereto.
Ord. No. 26-1952
12-29-1952
Authorizing the construction of an eight-inch sanitary sewer in Vogel's Lane between Athletic Street and Second Avenue in said Borough.
Ord. No. 27-1952
12-29-1952
Relating to the construction of an eight-inch sanitary sewer in Vogel's Lane between Athletic Street and Second Avenue in said Borough of Verona.
Ord. No. 5-1968
7-9-1968
Providing for entering into an agreement with Penns Hills Township and directing the proper officers of the Borough to enter into and consummate on behalf of the Borough an agreement with Penns Hills Township. (This agreement was for construction of a connecting sewer to be built in Wildwood Avenue.)
Ord. No. 3-1984
3-13-1984
Providing for the acceptance and execution of an agreement with the municipality of Penn Hills, which provides for connecting residences in the Scenic Heights Area of Penn Hills into the Verona Sanitary Sewer System, specifically to the Wildwood Avenue Sewer.

§ A255-9 Sidewalks.

Enactment
Date
Description
10-28-1878
Requiring property owners to put down sidewalks between Railroad Avenue and Fifth Avenue on College Avenue.
12-7-1878
Amending an ordinance entitled "An Ordinance requiring property holders on College Avenue between Railroad Avenue and Fifth Avenue to lay board walks in front of their respective properties," passed October 28, 1878. (This amended the width of the walks from eight feet to 5 1/4 feet. For ordinance amended, see entry above.)
8-30-1880
Amending Section 3 of an ordinance establishing width of sidewalks, etc. (For ordinances amended, see the two previous entries.)
6-24-1895
Establishing the grade of Front Street from Center Avenue to Ross property with notice to lay sidewalks.
10-28-1895
Establishing the grade of West Railroad Avenue from Grant Avenue to Sheridan Avenue with notice to lay sidewalks.
9-28-1896
Establishing the grade of Front Street from Center Avenue to Ross property with notice to lay sidewalks.
1904
Providing for the grading, paving, curbing and the laying of sidewalks on the new location of Front Street. (This refers to the portion from a point 262.33 feet northwardly from Union Street to Seldon Street.)
8-29-1904
Providing for grading, paving and curbing and laying of sidewalks on the new location of Front Street. (This refers to the portion from a point 262.33 feet northward from Union Street to Seldon Street.)
7-7-1915
Providing for the laying of sidewalks on Center Avenue and authorizing the execution of a contract therefor. (This refers to the portion from First Street to Second Street and from Second Street eastwardly to a twenty-foot alley.)
4-5-1916
Requiring the construction of a concrete sidewalk on the easterly side of Adams Street between Vogel's Lane and Church Street.
4-5-1916
Requiring the construction of a concrete sidewalk on the southerly side of Parker Street between First and Second Streets.
4-5-1916
Requiring the construction of a concrete sidewalk on the westerly side of Penn Street between Fairview Avenue and Sheridan Street.
4-5-1916
Requiring the construction of a concrete sidewalk on the westerly side of Arch Street between Fairview Avenue and Borough line.
4-5-1916
Requiring the construction of a concrete sidewalk on First Avenue between North Avenue and Ridge Avenue.
4-5-1916
Requiring the construction of a concrete sidewalk on the southerly side of Allegheny Avenue between West Railroad Avenue and Arch Street.
4-17-1916
Requiring the construction of a concrete sidewalk on School Street.
6-19-1916
Requiring the construction of a concrete sidewalk on the northerly side of Grant Street from the easterly side of East Railroad Avenue to the westerly side of Jones Street.
7-5-1916
Requiring the construction of a concrete sidewalk on the easterly side of Jones Street, from the southerly side of Grant Street to connect with sidewalks already laid.
7-5-1916
Providing for the relaying of sidewalks on the northerly side of Center Avenue from the easterly line of the property of Isabella Trotter to an alley at the easterly line of the Old Methodist Church lot and providing for an agreement with the property holders.
Ord. No. 99-1933
12-6-1933
Providing for the making, or causing to be made, of certain public works or municipal street improvements, sewer work, and other necessary and incidental work in connection therewith, in conjunction with the Civil Works Administration, Projects Department, of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the United States Government, providing for the letting of contracts, for the furnishing of material, and otherwise regulating the same. (This included sidewalks on James Street, from the Pennsylvania Railroad right-of-way to State Street.)
Ord. No. 17-1953
8-31-1953
Authorizing the Borough Solicitor to settle and compromise a claim by the Borough against Letitia Trotter Kennedy. (This was to recover the costs of relaying and repaving sidewalks in front of premises at 439 Center Avenue.)

§ A255-10 Streetlighting.

Enactment
Date
Description
11-24-1905
Authorizing and directing the Burgess and Secretary for and on behalf of the Borough of Verona, Pennsylvania, to make and enter into a contract with the Oakmont and Verona Light, Heat and Power Company to furnish electric light for the several highways and public buildings in the said Borough of Verona. (This authorized a five-year contract.)
5-11-1912
Authorizing and directing the President and Secretary of the Council of the Borough of Verona for and on behalf of the Borough of Verona, of the County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, to make and enter into a contract with the Oakmont and Verona Light, Heat and Power Company to furnish electric lighting for the streets and highways of the Borough of Verona. (This authorized a five-year contract.)
3-7-1915
Authorizing and directing the Burgess and Secretary of the Council of the Borough of Verona, for and on behalf of the Borough of Verona, of the County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, to make and enter into a contract with the Duquesne Light Company to furnish electric lighting for the streets and highways of the Borough of Verona.
4-5-1920
Authorizing and directing the Burgess and Secretary of the Council of the Borough of Verona, for and on behalf of the Borough of Verona, of the County of Allegheny and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to make and enter into a contract with the Duquesne Light Company to furnish electric lighting for the streets and highways of the Borough of Verona.
Ord. No. 21-1925
3-31-1925
Authorizing and directing the Duquesne Light Company to furnish electric light for the streets and highways of the Borough of Verona, of the County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, for and during the period of five years, and providing for payment by the said municipality for said service.
Ord. No. 66-1930
3-31-1930
Authorizing and directing the Duquesne Light Company to furnish electric light for the streets and highways of the Borough of Verona, of the County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, for and during the period of five years and providing for payment by the said municipality for said service.
Ord. No. 92-1933
3-6-1933
Authorizing and directing the Duquesne Light Company to furnish electric light for the streets and highways of the Borough of Verona, of the County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, for and during the period of three years, and providing for payment by the said municipality for said service.
Ord. No. 5-1941
6-30-1941
Authorizing and directing the Duquesne Light Company to furnish electric light for the streets and highways of the Borough of Verona, of the County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, for and during the period of one year, and providing for payment by the said municipality for said service.
Ord. No. 19-1946
11-25-1946
Authorizing and directing the Duquesne Light Company to furnish electric light for the streets and highways of the Borough of Verona, of the County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, for and during the period of five years, and providing for payment by the said municipality for said service.
Ord. No. 12-1951
10-29-1951
Authorizing and directing the Duquesne Light Company to furnish electric light for the streets and highways of the Borough of Verona, of the County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, for and during the period of five years, and providing for payment by the said municipality for said service.
Ord. No. 1-1957
2-4-1957
Authorizing and directing the Duquesne Light Company to furnish electric light for the streets and highways of the Borough of Verona, of the County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, for and during the period of 10 years, and providing for payment by the said municipality for said service.
Ord. No. 6-1960
6-14-1960
Authorizing and directing the Duquesne Light Company to furnish electric light for the streets and highways of the Borough of Verona, of the County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, for and during the period of 10 years, and providing for payment by the said municipality for said service.

§ A255-11 Streets.

Enactment
Date
Description
6-7-1871
For locating and opening Railroad Avenue. (This provided for a street from the south Borough line to the north Borough line.)
9-2-1871
For the opening of College Avenue. (This street was to extend from Railroad Avenue to Second Street.)
10-3-1871
Supplementing the ordinance locating and opening Railroad Avenue. (This supplemented the ordinance listed in the first entry in this section by opening the portion which lies on the western side of the Allegheny Valley Railroad.)
10-30-1871
For the further opening of College Avenue. (This extended the street from East Second Street to the east Borough line.)
6-24-1872
For the opening of Center Avenue. (This street was to extend from the Allegheny Valley Railroad to the east Borough line.)
9-29-1873
For the opening of "C" Street. (This street was to extend from the Allegheny River to the east Borough line.)
9-29-1873
For the opening of First Avenue in Phillips Plan. (The street was to extend from Center Avenue to Ridge Avenue.)
9-29-1873
Opening "D" Street from Railroad Avenue to Seventh Street.
10-27-1873
For the opening of "A" Street. (The street was to extend from Railroad Avenue to Sixth Street.)
10-27-1873
For the opening and location of Sixth Street. (The street was to extend from Plum Creek to "E" Street.)
10-27-1873
For the locating and opening of 10th Street. (The street was to extend from College Avenue to "H" Street.)
11-24-1873
Authorizing the opening of "E" Street, from Sixth Street to the eastern line of the Borough of Verona, as laid down in the plan of the Borough approved by the Burgess and Town Council, September 7, 1872.
12-2-1873
Fixing the grade of Center Avenue. (This refers to the portion from Railroad Avenue to Second Street.)
3-3-1874
For opening part of Railroad Avenue. (This opened the portion from the extreme lower end of the Borough to "D" Street.)
3-3-1874
For the opening of "B" Street. (This opened the portion from Railroad Avenue to Tenth Street.)
12-9-1875
Authorizing the grading of Center Avenue from the line of the Allegheny Valley Railroad to Second Street in Wm. Phillips Plan of Lots.
12-9-1875
Authorizing the grading of the west side of Railroad Avenue from the lower line of the Borough to Center Avenue.
3-27-1876
For the opening of "B" Street, from Railroad Avenue to the Allegheny River.
10-29-1877
For the opening of Fifth Street, from "D" to "G" Street.
10-29-1877
Authorizing for the opening of Sixth Street from the point of location at Plum Street to "D" Street.
10-29-1877
For the opening of a street on the line of Plum Creek. (The street was to extend from the railroad bridge at John Heetzly's property line to the eastern end of the Borough.)
1878
Providing for a change in the plan of Sixth Street between College Avenue and "A" Street.
9-27-1880
Opening Railroad Avenue through the property of Hugh O'Connell.
11-29-1880
For the opening of Plum Street in the Borough of Verona. (The street was to extend from Railroad Avenue to Sixth Street.)
11-29-1880
Fixing the grade of Railroad Avenue. (This refers to the portion from College Avenue to the O. Lee Jr. line.)
6-6-1881
Establishing the grade of First Street. (This refers to the portion from Center Avenue to the first ravine north of Parker Street.)
6-6-1881
For the opening of "G" Street. (The street was to extend from Railroad Avenue to Sixth Street.)
6-6-1881
For the opening of the alley between Fourth and Fifth Streets running parallel with said street.
9-14-1881
Locating and opening Front Street. (The street was to extend from Plum Creek southwardly 980 feet.)
3-6-1882
Vacating a portion of Railroad Avenue. (This refers to the portion from Center Avenue to Plum Street.)
3-6-1882
Vacating a Township road. (This road was vacated from Front Street to point of crossing Front Street near Plum Creek.)
9-7-1882
For the opening of parts of Fourth Street. (This refers to the portion from Susan Paul property line to north line of property formerly owned by Mrs. Sarah Ramaley and included in purchase of Harry S. Paul, and the portion from Bright heirs' property through Mrs. W.L. Weddele's property to "G" Street.)
1-29-1883
Opening part of "J" Street. (The street was to extend from Railroad Avenue to Frank W. Watson property line.)
2-26-1883
Locating and opening public alley in the First Ward. (The alley was to extend from Railroad Avenue to Front Street.)
3-30-1883
Vacating a portion of Railroad Avenue in First Ward. (This refers to the portion from Center Avenue to Plum Creek.)
6-25-1883
Fixing grade of James Street between Railroad Avenue and Allegheny River.
6-25-1883
To establish the grade of Plum Street, between Railroad Avenue and Sixth Street.
6-25-1883
To establish the grade of "A" Street between Railroad Avenue and Sixth Street.
6-25-1883
To establish the grade of "B" Street between Railroad Avenue and Seventh Street.
6-25-1883
To establish the grade of "C" Street between Railroad Avenue and Sixth Street.
6-25-1883
To establish the grade of "D" Street between Railroad Avenue and Seventh Street.
6-25-1883
To establish the grade of "E" Street between Railroad Avenue and line of Mrs. Peiffer's farm.
6-25-1883
To establish the grade of "G" Street between Railroad Avenue and Fifth Street.
6-25-1883
To establish the grade of Sixth Street between the centers of "A" and "D" Streets.
6-30-1884
Establishing the grade of "C" Street between Railroad Avenue and Allegheny River.
7-17-1884
Opening part of "A" Street. (This opened the portion from Sixth Street to Eighth Street.)
7-17-1884
Opening part of Fourth Street. (The street was to extend from "D" Street to "G" Street.)
7-17-1884
Opening part of Eighth Street. (This refers to the portion from "D" Street to "E" Street.)
7-17-1884
Opening Valley Street.
7-17-1884
Opening part of Spruce Street. (The street was to extend from First Avenue to Second Avenue.)
7-17-1884
Opening part of Second Avenue. (This refers to the portion from Ridge Street to Vogel's Lane.)
9-29-1884
Opening part of Center Avenue. (This refers to the portion from First Avenue to the east Borough line.)
9-29-1884
Opening Union Street.
9-29-1884
Opening part of Grant Street. (This refers to the portion from Railroad Avenue to the west Borough line.)
9-29-1884
Opening part of First Avenue. (This refers to the portion from Center Avenue to Wildwood Avenue.)
9-29-1884
Opening Allegheny Avenue.
9-29-1884
Opening Arch Street.
9-29-1884
Opening Fairview Avenue.
9-29-1884
Opening alley between Union and Parker Streets.
11-14-1884
Opening part of North Avenue. (This refers to the portion from First Avenue to Second Avenue.)
11-14-1884
Opening part of Spring Alley. (This refers to the portion from First Avenue to Second Avenue.)
1-19-1885
Opening part of "C" Street. (This refers to the portion from Railroad Avenue and Sixth Street.)
11-30-1885
Establishing grade of east curbline on Penn Avenue from the south curbline of James Street to a point 132 feet south of that point.
11-30-1885
Establishing grade of part of Second Avenue. (This refers to the portion from North Avenue to South Avenue.)
11-30-1885
Establishing grade of south curbline of Center Avenue, between Railroad Avenue and Front Street.
11-30-1885
Establishing grade on part of Center Avenue.
4-26-1886
Fixing grade on part of Fourth Street. (This refers to the portion between "D" Street and a point 391.2 feet north of "D" Street.)
7-26-1886
Opening part of Railroad Avenue. (This refers to the part from James Street to Grant Street.)
8-30-1886
Establishing grade of Second Avenue from North Avenue to Vogel's Lane.
8-30-1886
Establishing grade of First Avenue from intersection of Sixth Street to a point 331 feet west of South Avenue.
8-30-1886
Establishing grade on west side of Railroad Avenue between James Street and Allegheny Avenue.
4-11-1887
Authorizing sewers on and grading of "B" Street. (This refers to the portion from Railroad Avenue to Fourth Street.)
9-12-1887
Establishing grade of James Street between Railroad Avenue and the Allegheny River.
9-26-1887
Establishing the grade of Spruce Street from First to Second Avenue, First Ward.
9-26-1887
Establishing the grade of alley between Railroad Avenue and Penn Street and from James Street to Grant Street, First Ward.
1-16-1888
Establishing the grade of West Railroad Avenue from the north side of "B" Street to Greenwood Lane.
5-16-1888
Opening Diamond Alley. (The alley was located between Center Avenue and South Avenue.)
6-11-1888
Establishing the grade of East Railroad Avenue between Center Avenue and James Street.
6-11-1888
Fixing the grade of Union Street. (This refers to the portion from Front Street to First Avenue.)
7-30-1888
Opening Apple Alley between "B" and "E" Streets.
7-30-1888
Establishing the grade of Penn Avenue between Grant Avenue and James Street.
7-30-1888
Establishing the grade of Grant Avenue between Railroad Avenue and River.
8-27-1888
Establishing the grade of Ridge Avenue between the west curb of First Avenue and line of property of Allegheny Valley Railroad Co.
8-27-1888
Opening Parker Street from First Avenue to High Street.
8-27-1888
Opening Wildwood Avenue from Front Street to east line of F. R. Brunot's property as laid out in plan of lots of Verona et al.
11-27-1888
Opening Pine Alley between Church Alley and Union Street.
1-28-1889
Opening Church Alley. (The alley was to extend from Center Avenue to Union Street.)
9-30-1889
Location and opening Katz Alley. (The alley was to extend from Jones Street to Grant Street.)
9-30-1889
Establishing the grade of James Street between East Railroad Avenue and the State Road.
10-27-1890
Changing the grade of First Avenue between Center and South Avenues.
12-1-1890
Establishing grade of Arch Street between Fairview Avenue and the Borough line.
12-1-1890
Establishing grade of Fairview Avenue between West Railroad Avenue and low-water line of Allegheny River.
12-1-1890
Establishing the grade of Allegheny Avenue between West Railroad Avenue and low-water line of the Allegheny River.
5-12-1891
Changing the grade on that part of Arch Street between Fairview and Allegheny Avenues.
5-12-1891
Opening Penn Street from Grant Avenue to the southern Borough line as laid out in plan of lots of A. H. Rowand.
7-27-1891
Establishing grade on Spruce Street between First and Second Avenues.
7-27-1891
For the opening of Wildwood Avenue between the State Road and Vogel's Lane in the Borough of Verona.
7-27-1891
Establishing the grade of the south curbline of Parker Street between First Avenue and High Street.
7-27-1891
Establishing the grade of High Street between North Avenue and Union Street.
1-25-1892
Establishing the grade on Penn Avenue from James Street to line of property of Allegheny Valley Railroad Co.
5-30-1892
Making the present grade on Center Avenue from Front Street to Second Avenue to be the established grade.
6-17-1892
Establishing the grade on Wildwood Avenue from the west line of the State Road to Vogel's Lane.
10-21-1892
Locating and defining a fifteen-foot alley in the plan of lots laid out by Isabella Trotter in the Borough of Verona.
7-31-1893
Establishing the grade of Ridge Avenue.
3-26-1894
Establishing grade on East Railroad Avenue between James Street and Grant Avenue.
6-25-1894
Adopting the grade of Center Avenue and Front Street in the Borough of Verona. (This refers to the portion from First Street to Front Street.)
8-27-1894
Changing the grade of Center Avenue from the easterly curbline of Second Avenue to the easterly curbline of Third Avenue.
8-27-1894
Adopting the grade of Front Street from South Avenue to a point 247.2 feet south of the south curb of South Avenue.
9-24-1894
Opening a part of Railroad Avenue lying west of the right-of-way of the Allegheny Valley Railroad Company from a point at or near James Street to the line of Oakmont Borough at Plum Creek.
4-29-1895
Establishing the grade of South Avenue from East Railroad Avenue to Front Street.
5-9-1895
Establishing the grade of Katz Alley from Jones Avenue to Grant Avenue.
6-24-1895
Establishing the grade of Front Street from Center Avenue to Ross property with notice to lay sidewalks.
6-24-1895
Opening up Front Street from its present southern terminus to James Street.
10-28-1895
Establishing the grade of North Avenue from First to Second Streets.
10-28-1895
Establishing the grade of West Railroad Avenue from Grant Avenue to Sheridan Avenue with notice to lay sidewalks.
9-28-1896
Establishing the grade of Front Street from Center Avenue to Ross property with notice to lay sidewalks.
4-28-1897
Establishing the grade of Parker Street from Second to First Avenues in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
4-28-1897
Locating and opening an alley between Second and Third Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
4-28-1897
Opening North Avenue from Second Avenue to Third Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
4-28-1897
Establishing the grade of an alley in the Borough of Verona extending from Center Avenue to First Avenue along the line of Hon. Gelin R. Brunot and through the property of Isabella Trotter.
10-1-1897
Providing for vacation of a portion of a public road in the Borough of Verona. (This refers to the road extending from Wildwood Avenue to South Avenue.)
11-1-1897
Establishing the grade of North Avenue from First Avenue to Second Avenue.
8-5-1898
Establishing the east curb of Front Street from the curb at property line on Front Street to the north curb on James Street in the Borough of Verona.
8-5-1898
Establishing the south curb on Wildwood Avenue from the curb at property line in Front Street.
8-5-1898
Establishing the west curb of Front Street from the curb on property line on Front Street to the north curb on James Street in the Borough of Verona.
12-3-1898
Changing the grade of the east curb of High Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania (This refers to the portion from North Avenue to Union Street.)
12-3-1898
Changing the grade of Parker Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, from First Street to High Street.
11-6-1899
In regards to proposition of Allegheny Valley Railroad Co. (This related to the Borough acceptance of terms of Allegheny Valley Railway Company as to dedication of land for street purposes, extending north from Center Avenue, coincident to Front Street, to Plum Creek. The Company, at its own cost, was to grade and improve the street from Center Avenue to Plum Creek and thereafter the cost and maintenance was to be assumed by the Borough. The proposition was made under condition that the Borough take necessary action to vacate the following:
1.
West Railroad Avenue, from the south property line of Allegheny Railway Company to north line of such property;
2.
East Railroad Avenue, from north line of Center Avenue to Plum Creek;
3.
Front Street, from Center Avenue to Plum Creek.
Further, the Borough was to procure the removal by county authorities of the county bridge crossing Plum Creek, to a new site in line with the above-mentioned proposed new street. The Railway Company proposed to dedicate a second strip of land for street purposes, 40 feet wide, and extending northeast from the proposed new street, through Company property to the east line thereof.)
5-24-1900
Providing for the vacation of a portion of West Railroad Avenue, as located in the general plan of the Borough of Verona.
5-24-1900
Providing for the vacation of a portion of East Railroad Avenue, as located in the general plan of the Borough of Verona.
8-20-1900
Establishing the grade on Grant Street from Railroad Avenue to Jones Street.
5-20-1901
Establishing the grade on Herron Avenue from Center Avenue to South Avenue.
7-1-1902
Vacating a portion of Front Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
7-22-1902
Establishing the grade on Brunot Street from Center Avenue to South Avenue.
7-22-1902
Establishing the grade on Second Street from South Avenue southerly to Borough line.
7-22-1902
Locating a twenty-foot alley from James Street southwardly to Katz Alley.
7-22-1902
Changing and establishing the grade on Center Avenue from East Railroad Avenue to Fourth Street.
7-22-1902
Establishing the grade on South Avenue from East Railroad Avenue to Fourth Street.
7-22-1902
Changing and establishing the grade on Herron Avenue from Center Avenue to South Avenue.
8-18-1902
Locating a twenty-foot alley from James Street northerly to the present alley.
9-22-1902
Authorizing the grading of a portion of Second Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. (This refers to the portion from South Avenue to Wildwood Avenue.)
9-22-1902
Authorizing the grading of a portion of Brunot Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. (This refers to the portion from Center Avenue to South Avenue.)
10-23-1902
Locating Second Street from the southerly line of the St. Joseph Orphan Asylum plan, southerly to the Borough line.
12-9-1902
Establishing the grade on a twenty-foot alley from Herron Avenue to Brunot Street.
12-10-1902
Changing and establishing the grade on Herron Avenue from Center Avenue to South Avenue.
2-9-1903
Changing and establishing the grade on Front Street from James Street to Center Avenue.
2-9-1903
Providing for the grading, curbing and paving of a portion of Front Street lying between Center Avenue and James Street in the Borough of Verona.
5-6-1903
Vacating an unnamed alley 20 feet in width situate in the Cubbs and Allison Plan of Lots in the Borough of Verona as abuts in rear of Lot Nos. 46 to 54, inclusive, it being parallel with South Avenue between Herron Avenue and Brunot Street.
5-6-1903
Opening and continuing an unnamed alley 20 feet in width as located in Cubbs and Allison Plan of Lots situate in the Borough of Verona between Herron Avenue and Brunot Street from its present southern terminus to the northern line of South Avenue.
5-27-1903
Establishing the grade of High Street from the southern line of Parker Street to the northern curbline of Union Street.
5-27-1903
Relocating the southern end of High Street in the Borough of Verona. (This refers to the portion between Parker Street and Union Street.)
5-27-1903
Establishing the grade of Front Street in the Borough of Verona, from the northern line of Center Avenue to Plum Creek.
6-19-1903
Providing for the construction of a surface water sewer from Plum Creek to the center line of Union Street in the Borough of Verona.
6-19-1903
Providing for the grading, curbing and paving of Front Street, lying between James Street and Plum Creek, in the Borough of Verona.
8-1-1903
Changing and establishing the grade on Brunot Street from South Avenue to a point 194 feet north.
8-1-1903
Changing and establishing the grade on South Avenue from Front Street to Herron Avenue.
8-1-1903
Establishing the grade on Villa Alley from South Avenue to Park Alley.
1904
Authorizing and ordering the Burgess and Secretary for and on behalf of the Borough of Verona, Pennsylvania, to make and enter into a contract with the Monongahela Street Railway Company for doing the work necessary in the change of location and grade of certain streets and the construction of a bridge or viaduct on Front Street in the Borough of Verona and the moving of the present bridge over Plum Creek at Front Street connecting the Borough of Oakmont and Verona to a new location over Plum Creek.
1904
Providing for the relocation and opening a part of Front Street in the Borough of Verona.
1904
Establishing the grade on the relocation of Front Street in the Borough of Verona.
1904
Providing for the relocation and opening of a portion of Seldon Street in the Borough of Verona. (This refers to the portion from Front Street to Ridge Avenue.)
1904
Establishing the grade on the relocation of Seldon Street in the Borough of Verona.
1904
Providing for the vacation of a part of North Avenue in the Borough of Verona.
1904
Providing for the vacation of part of an unnamed twenty-foot alley in the Borough of Verona.
1904
Providing for the vacation of a portion of the Old County Road in the Borough of Verona. (This refers to the portion between Plum Creek and the Plum Creek Branch of the Allegheny Valley Railroad.)
1904
Releasing and exonerating the Allegheny Valley Railway Company from their cost of improvement of that portion of Front Street which has been vacated.
1904
Providing for the grading, paving, curbing and the laying of sidewalks on the new location of Front Street.
1904
Providing for the vacation of part of an unnamed twenty-foot alley in the Borough of Verona. (This refers to the part between Seldon Street and Front Street.)
1904
Providing for the grading of Seldon Street from Front Street as the same is relocated to Ridge Avenue.
8-22-1904
Opening an alley 20 feet in width, located midway between North and Ridge Avenues and extending from First to Second Avenues.
8-26-1904
Providing for the relocation and opening of a portion of Seldon Street in the Borough of Verona. (This refers to the part from Front Street to Ridge Avenue.)
8-26-1904
Providing for the relocation of Front Street in the Borough of Verona. (This refers to the portion from a point 237.33 feet north from North Avenue to the north Borough line.)
8-26-1904
Providing for the relocation and opening a part of Front Street in the Borough of Verona. (This refers to the portion from a point 262.33 feet from Union Street to the north Borough line.)
8-29-1904
Providing for grading, paving and curbing and laying of sidewalks on the new location of Front Street. (This refers to the portion from a point 262.33 feet north from Union Street to Seldon Street)
8-29-1904
Providing for the grading, curbing and paving of Front Street lying between James Street and a point distant northerly 262.33 feet from the center line of Union Street in the Borough of Verona.
9-15-1904
Providing for the grading, curbing and paving of South Avenue that lies between East Railroad Avenue and Front Street in the Borough of Verona.
8-29-1905
Establishing the grade on School Street.
9-27-1905
Establishing the grade on Seldon Street from Front Street to a point 650 feet eastwardly.
9-27-1905
Changing and establishing the grade on Ridge Avenue from Second Street to Seldon Street.
9-27-1905
Providing for the grading, curbing and paving of Union Street, between Front Street and First Street in the Borough of Verona.
10-24-1905
Changing and establishing the grade on Brunot Street from Center Street to South Street.
10-30-1905
Vacating an unnamed twenty-foot alley running from Vogel's Lane at a point 150 feet from First Avenue; thence northwardly parallel with First Avenue 155 feet to an unnamed twenty-foot alley, in the Borough of Verona.
11-24-1905
Establishing the grade on Jones Street from Grant Street to the property of the General Castings Co.
11-24-1905
Locating Jones Street from Grant Street southwardly to the property of the General Castings Co.
12-12-1905
Changing and establishing the grade on Katz Alley from Grant Street to James Street.
5-28-1906
Establishing the grade on the easterly curbline of Jones Street south of Grant Street in the Borough of Verona.
7-10-1906
Authorizing and directing the grading, curbing and paving of James Street in the Borough of Verona, from the Allegheny Valley Railroad.
7-31-1906
Establishing the grade on the center line of North Avenue, from First Street to High Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
7-31-1906
Establishing the grade on the east curbline of High Street from Parker Street to North Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
10-4-1906
Grading High Street from North Avenue in a southerly direction to Parker Street, authorizing a preparation of plans and specifications therefor, authorizing and directing the Engineer and Street Committee to advertise for bids, authorizing the Borough Council to let the contract for the grading of said portion of said street to the lowest and best bidders and authorizing and directing the President of Council to execute a contract therefor on behalf of the Borough of Verona.
10-4-1906
Grading North Avenue from First Street in a westerly direction to High Street, authorizing the preparation of plans and specifications therefor, authorizing and directing the Engineer and Street Committee to advertise for bids, authorizing the Borough Council to let the contract for the grading of said portion of said street to the lowest and best bidder, and authorizing and directing the President of Council to execute a contract therefor on behalf of the Borough of Verona.
10-4-1906
Constructing a storm sewer 48 inches in diameter, on James Street in the Borough of Verona, from the eastern line of the right-of-way of the Allegheny Valley Railroad to the Allegheny River; authorizing and directing the preparation of plans and specifications, the advertising for bids and the letting and execution of a contract for the construction of the same.
10-4-1906
Constructing a storm sewer 36 inches in diameter on East Railroad Avenue in the Borough of Verona, from the intersection of said street with Center Avenue, in a southerly direction to and connecting with the sewer on James Street, authorizing and directing the preparation of plans and specifications therefor, the advertising for bids and the letting and execution of a contract for the construction of the same.
4-29-1907
Establishing the grades on the curblines of Poplar Street from Herron Avenue to First Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
5-27-1907
Authorizing and directing the grading, curbing and paving of East Railroad Avenue in the Borough of Verona, from its intersection with James Street, directing the preparation of plans and specifications and advertising for bids, authorizing and directing the letting and execution of a contract and directing and providing for the cost thereof.
6-25-1907
Authorizing and directing the grading, curbing and paving of South Avenue in the Borough of Verona, from its intersection with Front Street in a westerly direction to its intersection with East Railroad Avenue, directing the preparation of plans and specifications and advertising for bids.
6-25-1907
Grading Poplar Street in the Borough of Verona.
7-29-1907
Establishing the grade on the east curbline of East Railroad Avenue from Center Avenue to Grant Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
9-4-1907
Establishing the grades on the curblines of Center Avenue from East Railroad Avenue to Fourth Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
9-17-1907
Locating High Street from North Avenue to Seldon Street.
10-18-1907
Authorizing and directing the construction of a storm sewer, 24 inches in diameter on Center Avenue in the Borough of Verona, from the west side of Rock Alley to and connecting with the sewer on East Railroad Avenue, with two drops at Rock Alley and one drop at Diamond Alley.
11-8-1907
Authorizing and directing the grading, curbing and paving of Center Avenue in the Borough of Verona, from its intersection with East Railroad Avenue in an easterly direction to its intersection with Front Street, directing the preparation of plans and specifications therefor due, the advertising for bids and the letting of a contract for said work.
3-30-1908
Establishing the grade on High Street from Seldon Street to North Avenue.
3-31-1908
Opening High Street in the Borough of Verona, from North Avenue to Seldon Street as located by an ordinance duly recorded September 23, 1907, in Ordinance Book, Volume B, page 371.
5-6-1908
Establishing the grade on Bluff Street from Brunot Street to Allison Alley.
7-1-1908
Changing and establishing the grade on Diamond Alley from Center Street to James Street.
7-1-1908
Authorizing the grading and paving of Diamond Alley from Center Street to James Street whereas it appears from the affidavit and petition on file in the Council Chamber of the Borough of Verona that 2/3 of the property owners in interest and number abutting on line of Diamond Alley from Center Street to James Street have petitioned the Borough to enact an ordinance for the grading and paving of the portion of Diamond Alley aforesaid.
7-1-1908
Establishing the grade on the unnamed ten-foot alley south of Center Street from Front Street to Diamond Alley.
7-1-1908
Authorizing the grading and paving of unnamed ten-foot alley south of Center Street from Front Street to Diamond Alley.
8-5-1908
Locating Seldon Avenue from Seldon Avenue to Ridge Avenue.
8-5-1908
Vacating Second Avenue from Ridge Avenue to Seldon Avenue.
8-5-1908
Vacating Second Avenue from Seldon Avenue to a point eight feet southwardly of the center of Plum Creek Branch Railroad.
8-5-1908
Establishing the grade on Seldon Avenue and Ridge Avenue from Ridge Avenue to the Borough line at Fourth Avenue.
7-29-1909
Establishing the grade on Penn Street from James Street northerly to property of Allegheny Valley Railroad.
9-28-1909
Providing for the vacation of a portion of Seldon Street in the Borough of Verona. (This refers to the portion from Front Street to North Avenue.)
9-28-1909
Providing for the vacation of a part of an unnamed twenty-foot alley in the Borough of Verona. (The alley was located from Seldon Street to the relocation of Front Street.)
9-28-1909
Providing for the vacation of North Avenue in the Borough of Verona. (This refers to the portion from the west line of Front Street to the east line of former location of Front Street.)
9-28-1909
Providing for the vacation of a portion of Front Street in the Borough of Verona. (This refers to the portion from a point 262.33 feet north of Union Street to the north Borough line.)
9-28-1909
Releasing and exonerating the Allegheny Valley Railway Company from further cost of improvement of that portion of Front Street which has been vacated.
9-28-1909
Providing for the vacation of a portion of the Old County Road in the Borough of Verona. (This refers to the portion from its western terminus to the east line of the Allegheny Valley Railway Company property.)
8-4-1910
Providing for the opening of the northerly extension of Adams Street in the Borough of Verona, from the northerly line of Vogel's Lane to the southerly line of South Avenue.
2-28-1911
Providing for the opening of the northerly extension of Adams Street in the Borough of Verona, from the northerly line of Vogel's Lane to the southerly line of South Avenue.
8-4-1911
Authorizing and directing the Street Committee of the Borough of Verona to open Adams Street between Vogel's Lane on the north to the southerly line of South Avenue and put said portion of said street to the established grade or a passable grade.
8-4-1911
Establishing the grade of Eleanor Street from First Avenue to Second Avenue.
8-4-1911
Establishing the grade on Adams Street from South Avenue to Eleanor Street.
8-11-1911
Changing and establishing the grade on South Avenue from Herron Avenue to Front Street.
8-17-1911
Changing and establishing the grade on Wildwood Avenue from Front Street to the Borough line.
8-30-1911
Authorizing the Burgess and Town Clerk of the Borough of Verona to enter into an agreement with the County Commissioners of Allegheny County for the improving of Wildwood Avenue in the Borough of Verona from its intersection with the County Road to its intersection with Front Street and providing for the expense of said improvement, giving the County Commissioners the right to issue permits determining the manner in which public service or other corporations or individuals shall place on or under said highway, their pipes, conduits, telegraph lines, or other devices used in the furtherance of their business.
10-31-1911
Grading South Avenue from its intersection with the easterly line of Front Street in an easterly direction to the Borough line; authorizing and directing the letting of a contract for the grading of said street to the lowest and best bidder, and authorizing the execution thereof.
11-28-1911
Laying out and locating Church Street in the Borough of Verona,
11-28-1911
Extending Weitz Lane in the Borough of Verona from its present easterly terminus to Church Street.
11-28-1911
Authorizing and directing the purchase of property from Charles C. Roth for the purpose of opening the street and extending Weitz Lane.
4-30-1912
Vacating a portion of Weiser Street in the Borough of Verona. (This refers to the portion from Weitz Lane southwest 61.45 feet to the northwest line of Weiser Street.)
5-29-1912
Authorizing the Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Verona to enter into an agreement with the County Commissioners of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, for the improving of Wildwood Avenue in the Borough of Verona from the intersection of the Coal Road, the Verona County Road and the Borough line to its intersection with Front Street in said Borough; providing for the expense of said improvement; and giving the County Commissioners the right to issue permits, determining the manner in which public, service or other corporations or individuals shall place on or under said highway their pipes, conduits, telegraph lines or other devices used in the furtherance of their business.
7-6-1912
Establishing the grade on Third Avenue from Center Avenue northwardly 500 feet.
12-11-1912
Changing and establishing the grade on Seldon Avenue and Ridge Avenue from Ridge Avenue eastwardly to the Borough line.
1-28-1913
Establishing the grade on alley located midway between West Railroad Avenue and Penn Avenue, and extending from Grant Avenue to Fairview Avenue.
4-29-1913
Changing and establishing the grade on First Avenue from Ridge Avenue to North Avenue.
5-28-1913
Locating and opening a street east of Front Street, and extending from Wildwood Avenue to South Avenue, to be known as Rock Avenue.
7-29-1913
Establishing the grade on Rock Avenue from Wildwood Avenue to South Avenue.
10-8-1913
Changing and establishing the grade of South Avenue from Herron Avenue to Front Street.
12-30-1913
Changing and establishing the grade on Brunot Street from South Avenue northwardly 144.3 feet.
12-30-1913
Widening and opening Rock Alley from Center Avenue to Bluff Street.
12-30-1913
Establishing the grade on Rock Alley from Center Avenue to South Avenue.
8-31-1914
Providing for the grading, curbing and paving of Center Avenue from its intersection with Front Street to its intersection with the easterly Borough line in the Borough of Verona, and providing for the collection of 2/3 of the cost and expense thereof from the abutting property owners.
9-30-1914
Establishing the grade on the curblines of Center Avenue from Herron Avenue to Fourth Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
9-30-1914
Providing for the construction of a twenty-four-inch storm sewer on South Avenue in the Borough of Verona from westerly side of Brunot Street in an easterly direction to westerly side of Herron Avenue.
9-30-1914
Providing for the construction of a twenty-four-inch storm sewer on Center Avenue in the Borough of Verona from the easterly end of the present storm sewer in an easterly direction to westerly side of Brunot Street.
10-12-1914
Establishing the grades on the curblines of Parker Street from First Avenue to Second Avenue, in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
7-17-1915
Establishing the grade on the southerly curbline of Seldon Avenue from Front Street to its easterly end at Ridge Avenue, in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
7-7-1915
Authorizing the execution of a contract between the Borough of Verona and E.H. Seldon with reference to waiver of damage of Seldon Street and providing a form therefor.
10-17-1915
Reestablishing the grade on the center line of South Avenue from Herron Avenue to Second Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
10-25-1915
Authorizing the settlement of damage claims arising out of the change of grade and the grading of Center Avenue and authorizing the execution of contracts therefor.
6-17-1916
Reestablishing the grades on the curblines of South Avenue from Front Street to Brunot Street, in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
7-31-1916
Authorizing and directing the grading of South Avenue from the easterly curbline of Front Street to the westerly curbline of Brunot Street extended.
1-4-1917
Locating an alley between North Avenue and Ridge Avenue and extending from the westerly side of Second Avenue to the easterly side of First Avenue, fixing the width thereof, providing for the opening of the same, and the assessment and collection of the damages and benefits occasioned by said opening.
1-16-1917
Establishing the grade on the curblines of Jones Street from James Street to the southerly end at line of Verona Steel Castings Company in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
7-7-1917
Vacating Katz Alley in the Borough of Verona, from its intersection with the southerly line of Grant Street, in a southerly direction, to the end thereof, at the line of land of Verona Steel Castings Company.
7-24-1917
Locating Rock Avenue from South Avenue to Wildwood Avenue, fixing the width thereof, providing for the opening of the same and for assessment and collection of the damages and benefits occasioned by said opening.
7-30-1917
Establishing the grade on the center line of the alley lying between Ridge Avenue and North Avenue and extending from Seldon Street to Second Avenue, in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
8-18-1917
Reestablishing the grades on the curblines of First Avenue from Ridge Avenue to Vogel's Lane, in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
9-10-1917
Establishing the grades on the curblines of Rock Avenue from Center Avenue to School Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
11-26-1917
Vacating School Street in the Borough of Verona, as shown on L. G. Woods' Plan of Lots as recorded in the Recorder's Office of Allegheny County, in Plan Book, Volume 21, page 174, from its intersection with the easterly line of State Alley to its intersection with the westerly line of Rock Avenue.
11-26-1917
Vacating State Alley as shown on L. G. Woods' Plan of Lots as recorded in the Recorder's Office of Allegheny County in Plan Book, Volume 21, page 174, for its entire length.
1-27-1920
Changing the name of Rock Avenue in the Borough of Verona. (The name was changed to Riverview Road.)
6-30-1921
Fixing the name of a certain alley from Center Avenue to Church Street and lying between Third Avenue and Fourth Avenue. (This refers to Peach Alley.)
7-27-1921
Establishing the grade on Peach Alley from Center Avenue to Church Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
7-27-1921
Establishing the grades on the curblines of Third Avenue from Center Avenue to Church Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
7-27-1921
For the grading of Third Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, from the southerly line of Center Avenue to the northerly line of South Avenue; providing for the cost thereof.
Ord. No. 4-1922
2-1-1922
Authorizing the making, execution and delivery of a contract between Frederick W. Bralafeld and the Borough of Verona. (The contract related to location, relocation and extension of Second Avenue.)
Ord. No. 7-1922
3-28-1922
Establishing the grades on the curblines of South Avenue, Front Street to the easterly Borough line in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 9-1922
3-28-1922
Locating a street called Second Street from the end of Second Street as same is located by Ordinance No. 10 to the northerly line of the County Road known as the Verona Road in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, fixing the width thereof, providing for the opening of said street and the assessment and collection of damages and benefits occasioned by said opening. (For Ordinance 10, see entry below.)
Ord. No. 10-1922
3-28-1922
Relocating a street called Second Street from South Avenue to the southerly Borough line in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, fixing the width thereof, providing for the opening of the same, and the assessment and collection of damages and benefits occasioned by said opening.
Ord. No. 12-1922
4-25-1922
Establishing the grades on the curblines of Second Street from North Street to the County Road, known as the Verona Road in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 15-1922
6-27-1922
Authorizing and directing the grading of Second Street from South Avenue to the Verona Road, authorizing the letting of a contract therefor; authorizing and directing the execution and delivery of a contract therefor.
Ord. No. 16-1922
6-27-1922
For the construction of a storm sewer on First Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, authorizing the letting of a contract and delivery thereof.
Ord. No. 19-1922
8-11-1922
Providing for the grading, curbing and paving of North Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania; authorizing and directing the letting of a contract therefor, providing for the awarding, assessing and collecting of the damages, benefits, cost and expenses caused thereby.
Ord. No. 20-1922
8-11-1922
Authorizing and directing the grading, curbing and paving of High Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, between Seldon Street and North Avenue, authorizing the letting, execution and delivery of a contract therefor, providing for the damages, benefits, cost and expenses thereof.
Ord. No. 21-1922
10-31-1922
Authorizing and directing the Burgess of the Borough of Verona to make, execute and deliver in the name of and for the Borough of Verona a contract relative to the location, relocation and extension of Second Avenue in the Borough of Verona, and for the cost of grading, paving, curbing and maintenance of the same.
Ord. No. 1-1923
3-14-1923
Authorizing and directing the grading, curbing, paving and otherwise improving South Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, between Front Street and the Borough line; authorizing and directing the letting of a contract therefor; providing for the assessment and collection of the damages, benefits, costs and expenses occasioned thereby.
Ord. No. 2-1923
3-14-1923
Authorizing and directing the grading, curbing, paving and otherwise improving Second Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, from the northerly line of North Avenue to the northerly line of South Avenue, authorizing and directing the letting of a contract therefor; providing for the assessment and collection of the damages, benefits and expenses thereof.
Ord. No. 3-1923
3-14-1923
Authorizing and directing the grading, curbing, paving and otherwise improving High Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, from the southerly line of North Avenue to its intersection with Union Street; authorizing and directing the letting of a contract therefor; providing for the assessment and collection of the damages, benefits, costs and expenses thereof.
Ord. No. 4-1923
3-14-1923
Authorizing and directing the grading, curbing, paving and otherwise improving Parker Street in the Borough of Verona, County of Allegheny, State of Pennsylvania, from High Street to First Street; authorizing and directing the letting of a contract therefor; providing for the assessment and collection of the damages, benefits, costs and expenses thereof.
Ord. No. 5-1923
3-14-1923
Authorizing and directing the grading, curbing, paving and otherwise improving Parker Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, from First Street to Second Street; authorizing and directing the letting of a contract therefor, providing for the assessment and collection of the damages, benefits, costs and expenses thereof.
Ord. No. 6-1923
2-27-1923
Vacating Eleanor Avenue in the Borough of Verona as shown on the plan of David B. Blackburn, recorded in Plan Book, Vol. 29, page 52. (This refers to the portion between First Avenue and Second Avenue.)
Ord. No. 7-1923
4-30-1923
Vacating a portion of Adams Street in the Borough of Verona, as shown on the plan of David B. Blackburn recorded in Plan Book, Vol. 29, page 52. (This refers to the portion between South Avenue and Eleanor Avenue.)
Ord. No. 11-1923
5-8-1923
Locating a street called East Railroad Avenue from Grant Street southerly to the property of the Verona Lumber and Supply Company, fixing the width thereof, providing for the opening of the same and the assessment and collection of the damages and benefits occasioned by said opening.
Ord. No. 15-1923
8-2-1923
Establishing the grade on the center line of Marathon Way from South Avenue to Walnut Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 16-1923
8-2-1923
Establishing the grades in the curblines of Walnut Street from First Street to Athletic Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 17-1923
8-2-1923
Establishing the grade on the center line of Terminus Way from South Avenue to Walnut Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 18-1923
8-2-1923
Establishing the grades on the curblines of Maple Avenue from South Avenue to Walnut Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 19-1923
9-18-1923
Widening that portion of High Street lying between Union Street and Parker Street that was relocated and made a width of 40 feet by Ordinance No. _____.
Ord. No. 20-1923
9-18-1923
Establishing the grades on the curblines of Athletic Street from Center Avenue to South Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 24-1923
9-18-1923
Changing the name of Adams Street in the Borough of Verona, County of Allegheny, Pennsylvania, to Athletic Street.
Ord. No. 25-1923
9-18-1923
Vacating a portion of High Street, as shown on the James Parker Plan, in the Borough of Verona, County of Allegheny, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 26-1923
9-18-1923
Vacating a portion of Second Avenue, in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. (This refers to the portion between Wood Street and a point 43.40 feet northwest thereof.)
Ord. No. 27-1923
9-18-1923
Vacating a portion of Church Street, in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. (This refers to the portion between the west line of Third Avenue and Church Street.)
Ord. No. 28-1923
9-18-1923
Vacating Weiser Street as laid out in the plan of lots laid out by the Board of Managers of the St. Joseph German Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, in the Borough of Verona, County of Allegheny, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 29-1923
9-18-1923
Vacating Weitz Lane in the Borough of Verona, County of Allegheny, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 30-1923
10-30-1923
Authorizing the grading of Athletic Avenue from South Avenue to Center Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the costs, damages and expenses thereof from the properties benefitted thereby according to law.
Ord. No. 33-1923
12-12-1923
Authorizing and directing the grading of Church Street in the Borough of Verona from Athletic Avenue eastwardly to Third Street in the Borough of Verona, County of Allegheny, Pennsylvania; authorizing and directing the letting of a contract therefor; providing for the awarding of damages, the assessment and collection of benefits, costs and expenses caused thereby.
Ord. No. 34-1923
12-12-1923
Establishing the grades on the curblines of Church Street from the easterly Borough line to Athletic Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 1-1924
2-27-1924
Authorizing and directing the grading, curbing, paving and otherwise improving First Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, from North Avenue to South Avenue; authorizing and directing the letting of a contract therefor; providing for the assessment and collection of the damages, benefits, costs and expenses thereof.
Ord. No. 2-1924
2-27-1924
Authorizing and directing the grading, curbing, paving and otherwise improving Second Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, from South Avenue to southerly Borough line; authorizing and directing the letting of a contract therefor; providing for the assessment and collection of the damages, benefits, costs and expenses thereof.
Ord. No. 3-1924
2-27-1924
Authorizing and directing the grading, curbing, paving and otherwise improving Spruce Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, from First Street to Second Street; authorizing and directing the letting of a contract therefor; providing for assessment and collection of the damages, benefits, costs and expenses thereof.
Ord. No. 4-1924
2-27-1924
Establishing the grades on the curblines of Spruce Street from First Avenue to Second Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 8-1924
4-1924
Establishing the grade on center lines of Gundy's Alley from Seldon Street to Second Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 18-1924
10-29-1924
Vacating a portion of Second Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. (This refers to the portion from Township Road to T. J. McGrail property.)
Ord. No. 36-1926
8-31-1926
Ratifying and confirming the contract entered into the 16th day of August, 1926, by and between the County of Allegheny and the Borough of Verona, for the improvement of Front Street, from James Street northwardly to the bridge or viaduct leading to Oakmont, and further providing for the letting of the contracts for the paving of the street railway area, as provided in said contracts, and in compliance with the plans and specifications prepared therefor by the Borough Engineer.
Ord. No. 48-1928
5-28-1928
Fixing the name and establishing the grade on a certain unnamed alley, 15 feet wide, lying between Union Street and Center Avenue and beginning at a certain other unnamed alley 15 feet wide lying parallel with and 100 feet west of First Street and extending from thence westwardly approximately 395 feet to another unnamed alley, 15 feet wide, also parallel with First Street. (This refers to Birch Alley.)
Ord. No. 49-1928
5-28-1928
Fixing the name and establishing the grade on a certain unnamed alley 15 feet wide, parallel with and 100 feet west of First Street and extending from Center Avenue to Union Street. (This refers to Birch Alley.)
Ord. No. 50-1928
5-28-1928
Fixing the name and establishing the grade on a certain unnamed alley 15 feet wide and extending from the westerly end of Ash Alley northerly to Union Street. (This refers to Apple Alley.)
Ord. No. 51-1928
5-28-1928
Establishing Borough datum. (This adopted the Sandy Hook Datum.)
Ord. No. 54-1929
5-9-1929
Locating and establishing the grade of Allegheny River Boulevard in the Borough of Verona, from James Street to the southerly Borough line near the intersection with the easterly Borough line on the property of the American Steel Foundry Company, fixing the position, width and grade of the boulevard and opening the same as a public highway.
Ord. No. 56-1929
5-9-1929
Authorizing and directing the President of Council, when attested by the Secretary thereof, to execute and deliver certain articles of agreement with the County of Allegheny, a corporation of Pennsylvania, relative to the opening and construction of the Allegheny River Boulevard in the Borough of Verona, and providing for the collection, assessment and payment of damages arising out of the improvement.
Ord. No. 58-1929
12-30-1929
Relocating and reopening Ash Alley, in the Borough of Verona, and reestablishing the grade thereof, and vacating a portion thereof. (This refers to the portion between Birch Alley and Apple Alley and vacated that part heretofore used and not included in the said location.)
Ord. No. 61-1930
2-10-1930
Authorizing and directing the President of Council, when attested by the Secretary thereof, to execute and deliver certain articles of agreement with the County of Allegheny, a corporation of Pennsylvania, relative to the opening and construction of the Allegheny River Boulevard in the Borough of Verona, and providing for the collection, assessment and payment of damages arising out of the improvement, and further providing for the removal of conduits, connections, hydrants, gate boxes and the like. (This also relocated Indian Creek, presently crossing the boulevard near Grant Avenue to James Street.)
Ord. No. 63-1930
3-10-1930
Providing for the widening of a portion of West Railroad Avenue, in the Borough of Verona, at the southerly end of said Borough; providing for taking the necessary property therefor; opening the same to public use to the full width as widened hereby; and further providing for the payment of the costs, damages and expenses occasioned thereby. (This refers to the portion from the south Borough line 234.58 feet to a point on the western side of said street.)
Ord. No. 64-1930
3-10-1930
Naming, providing for the widening of a certain unnamed twenty-foot alley in the Borough of Verona, lying between West Railroad Avenue and Penn Street, and parallel to Penn Street, from Sheridan Avenue to the southerly Borough line; providing for taking the necessary property therefor; opening the same to public use to the full width so widened hereby; and further providing for the payment of the costs, damages and expenses occasioned thereby. (This refers to Sylvan Street.)
Ord. No. 68-1930
4-14-1930
Authorizing and directing the President of Council of the Borough of Verona, when attested by the Secretary thereof, to execute and deliver certain articles of agreement with Union Engineering and Construction Co., a Pennsylvania corporation. (This refers to a storm sewer changing the course of Indian Creek, in James Street, from the Pennsylvania Railroad right-of-way to the Allegheny River.)
Ord. No. 70-1930
7-14-1930
Establishing the grades on the curblines of Sylvan Street from Sheridan Avenue to the northerly line of the twenty-foot alley extending along the southerly Borough line in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 71-1930
7-14-1930
Establishing the grades on the curblines of Penn Street from Sheridan Avenue to the alley extending along the southerly Borough line in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 72-1930
7-14-1930
Establishing the grades on the curblines of Sheridan Avenue from West Railroad Avenue to the Allegheny River, in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 73-1930
7-14-1930
Fixing the name and establishing the grade on a certain unnamed alley, 20 feet wide, extending from Sylvan Street to the Allegheny River and the southerly side of which alley is the southern boundary line of the Borough of Verona. (This refers to Pine Alley.)
Ord. No. 79-1931
10-28-1931
Providing for the vacation of an abandoned Township road, commonly known as the "State Road," in the Borough of Verona, from the northerly line of Wildwood Avenue in said Borough to the northerly Borough line and providing for the appointment of viewers, as provided by law, hereby ratifying and confirming any former vacation or vacations thereof.
Ord. No. 80-1931
12-14-1931
Providing for the vacation of the southerly and easterly part or portion of West Railroad Avenue, in the Borough of Verona, as more particularly described in said ordinance and as heretofore widened by Ordinance No. 63 of 1930 of said Borough of Verona, and providing for the assessment and collection of the costs, damages and expenses and benefits occasioned thereby.
Ord. No. 87-1932
7-25-1932
Fixing the name and establishing the grade on a certain unnamed alley, 20 feet wide and extending from South Avenue northwardly to the alley parallel with and 105 feet south of Center Avenue and lying between Brunot Street and Herron Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. (This refers to Beech Alley.)
Ord. No. 99-1933
12-6-1933
Providing for the making or causing to be made of certain public works or municipal street improvements, sewer work, and other necessary and incidental work in connection therewith, in conjunction with the Civil Works Administration, Projects Department, of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the United States Government, providing for the letting of contracts, for the furnishing of material, and otherwise regulating the same. (This refers to improvement on:
1.
James Street, from Pennsylvania Railroad right-of-way to Jones Street; from Allegheny River Boulevard to State Street; and
2.
State Street, from James Street to Wildwood Avenue.
Sidewalks, storm and sanitary sewers were to be installed along James Street from the Pennsylvania Railroad right-of-way to State Street.)
Ord. No. 103-1934
11-8-1934
Approving and establishing the lines, grades, drainage structures, and all other structures appearing on the plans of the Department of Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, showing proposed improvement on Hunter Road sometimes known as Seldon Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Pennsylvania. (The work was to extend from Station 129 + 42.42 to Station 132 + 99.44.)
Ord. No. 106-1935
1935
Signifying the desire of the Borough of Verona to enter into a contract with the County of Allegheny in the State of Pennsylvania for the extension of the Allegheny River Boulevard from Center Avenue in the Borough of Verona to College Avenue at its intersection with Oakmont Avenue in the Borough of Oakmont in said County.
Ord. No. 5-1936
12-11-1936
Granting to the County of Allegheny the right to enter into the Borough for the purpose of widening, and/or relocating, and/or constructing, or reconstructing Verona-Oakmont Bridge (Allegheny River Boulevard), Borough of Verona, in substantial accordance with plans prepared by the County of Allegheny.
Ord. No. 2-1937
3-4-1937
Changing the name of Front Street in the Borough of Verona from the northerly end of the Allegheny River Boulevard, as now constructed at James Street in said Borough, to the northerly line of Center Avenue in said Borough, from Front Street as now known and designated, to the Allegheny River Boulevard and providing for the naming of the proposed prolongation or extension of the Allegheny River Boulevard by the County of Allegheny from Center Avenue in the Borough of Verona northwardly to the northerly Borough line in Plum Creek.
Ord. No. 3-1937
3-4-1937
Authorizing and directing the President of Council of the Borough of Verona, when approved by the Burgess and attested by the Secretary, to make, execute and deliver in the name of the Borough of Verona and as its act and deed a contract with the County of Allegheny relative to the extension of the Allegheny River Boulevard, for the uses and purposes therein more fully set forth. (This refers to the portion from Center Avenue to College Avenue.)
Ord. No. 3-1938
5-31-1938
Providing for the vacation of that portion of Front Street in the Borough of Verona extending from the northerly edge of the present abutment of the Old Pittsburgh Railways, Front Street viaduct northwardly to the northerly Borough line in Plum Creek, the Borough reserving its present sewer rights therein together with the right to construct, repair and maintain such sanitary sewers or stormwater sewers as may be necessary to be maintained in said vacated street.
Ord. No. 2-1939
5-8-1939
Relative to the improvement of Herron Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, from the northerly curbline of South Avenue to the southerly curbline of Center Avenue, in conjunction with the Works Progress Administration of the United States of America and/or other governmental agency, providing for the grading, curbing and otherwise permanently improving said street, including the construction and installation of such sewer, sewer inlets and sewer connections as may be necessary, incidental and appurtenant thereto; all to be done in accordance with the plans and specifications prepared therefor by the Borough Engineer, with the consent or approval of the said Works Progress Administration of the United States of America, also providing for the advertisement for bids and letting of contracts and the assessment and collection of the costs, damages and expenses and benefits occasioned thereby other than such amount or amounts as may be granted, allotted and paid by the said Works Progress Administration of the United States of America for the making of said improvement.
Ord. No. 3-1939
5-8-1939
Relative to the improvement of Poplar Street in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, from the westerly curbline of First Street to the easterly curbline of Herron Avenue, in conjunction with the Works Progress Administration of the United States of America and/or other governmental agency, providing for the grading, paving, curbing and otherwise permanently improving said street, including the construction and installation of such sewer, sewer inlets and sewer connections as may be necessary, incidental and appurtenant thereto; all to be done in accordance with the plans and specifications prepared therefor by the Borough Engineer, with the consent or approval of the said Works Progress Administration of the United States of America; also providing for the advertisement for bids and letting of contracts and the assessment and collection of the costs, damages and expenses and benefits occasioned thereby other than such amount or amounts as may be granted, allotted and paid by the said Works Progress Administration of the United States of America for the making of said improvement.
Ord. No. 4-1939
7-12-1939
Fixing or confirming the width of paved cartway in Poplar Street from the westerly curbline of First Street to the easterly curbline of Herron Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, so as to conform with the present improvement thereof in accordance with Ordinance No. 2 of 1939 of said Borough and adjusting, changing, and establishing the grades on the curblines thereof.
Ord. No. 5-1939
7-12-1939
Supplementing and amending Ordinance No. 3 of 1939 of the Borough of Verona, being "An Ordinance relative to the improvement of Herron Avenue in the Borough . . . ," approved the 8th day of May, 1939, as of record in Ordinance Book, Vol. D, page __, of said Borough so as to provide for the changing or adjusting and refixing and reestablishing of the grade, from the southerly curbline of Center Avenue to the northerly curbline of South Avenue, in said street, so as to conform with the improvement of said portion of said street now in progress; providing for the relocating and reconstructing of the sidewalks in said portion of said street from the southerly curbline of Center Avenue to the northerly curbline of South Avenue; providing for the grading and reducing of said street, including sidewalks, to the grade so fixed and reestablished; providing for the grading, paving, curbing and otherwise improving said portion of Herron Avenue and/or the completion of the present grading, paving, curbing and otherwise improving of said street now in progress so as to conform with the provisions of the said Ordinance No. 3 of 1939, as amended and supplemented hereby; and providing for the assessment and collection of the costs, damages, expenses and benefits occasioned thereby, other than such amount or amounts as may be granted, allotted and paid by the said Works Progress Administration of the United States of America in the making of said improvement.
Ord. No. 2-1940
4-15-1940
Relative to the improvement of Third Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, from the northerly curbline of South Avenue to the southerly curbline of Center Avenue, in conjunction with the Works Progress Administration of the United States of America and/or other governmental agency, providing for the grading, subgrading, paving, curbing and otherwise permanently improving said portion of said street or avenue, providing for the relocating and reconstructing of the sidewalks in said portion of said street or avenue, fixing the width of the paved cartway and sidewalks, and providing for the collection of the costs, damages, expenses and benefits occasioned thereby other than such amount or amounts as may be granted, allotted and paid for by the said Works Progress Administration of the United States of America or other federal agency in the making of said improvement.
Ord. No. 4-1940
7-29-1940
Vacating Sheridan Avenue from the westerly side of Arch Street to the Allegheny River in the Borough of Verona, County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 16-1946
11-9-1946
Vacating that portion of Allegheny Avenue from the westerly side of Arch Street to the Allegheny River, in the Borough of Verona, County of Allegheny, and State of Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 18-1946
11-9-1946
Providing for the improving of that portion of Fourth Street abutting on the easterly line of said Borough between South Avenue and Church Street, in conjunction with the Township of Penn, a Township of the First Class of the County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, the execution and delivery of the necessary agreement, and providing for the cost and expenses of said improvement.
Ord. No. 9-1947
5-26-1947
Providing for the relocation of a portion of an unnamed twenty-foot alley as laid out in the G.W. Schmidt and W.J. Friday Plan of Lots as of record in Plan Book, Vol. 5, page 193, in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, providing for the vacation of the portion of the said alley extending from the line dividing Lot Nos. 12 and 13 in said Plan extended, southwardly to Center Avenue, providing for the widening of a portion of said alley not vacated, and providing for the acceptance of the dedication of the relocated and widened portions of said alley.
Ord. No. 14-1947
8-5-1947
Relative to the improvement of Fourth Avenue in the Township of Penn, and abutting on the easterly line of the Borough of Verona in the County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, between the southerly curbline of South Avenue and the northerly curbline of Church Street, providing for the construction of a concrete curb and gutter with twelve-inch gravel foundation to be laid and constructed in the improvement of said Avenue in conjunction with the said Township of Penn.
Ord. No. 14-1948
4-13-1948
Widening and relocating the portion of Wildwood Avenue lying between the center line of Indian Creek, which was the southeasterly Borough line, and the present southeasterly Borough line, widening the intersection of said Wildwood Avenue and Second Avenue, and also relocating and widening of a portion of Wildwood Avenue extending from the center line of Indian Creek northwestwardly approximately 299.91 feet by taking a segment of property along the southwesterly line thereof necessary for the said opening and relocation, all in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Ord. No. 4-1949
3-28-1949
Providing for the improvement of East Railroad Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, from the southerly line of James Street to the southerly line of Grant Street, by the construction of a twenty-foot blacktop cartway of asphaltic and rolled slag paving, and otherwise improving said portion of the said East Railroad Avenue, and providing for the assessment and collection of the costs, damages, expenses and benefits occasioned thereby.
Ord. No. 5-1949
3-28-1949
Providing for the permanent improvement of that portion of Center Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, extending eastwardly from a line crossing said Center Avenue at right angles, which line is distant eastwardly 227 feet, measured along the northerly curbline of Center Avenue, from the present easterly line of the Allegheny River Boulevard, said portion of said Center Avenue to be improved, extending thence eastwardly from said line crossing said Center Avenue to a line five feet east of the easterly end of the stormwater inlets immediately east of First Avenue.
Ord. No. 6-1949
3-28-1949
Providing for the permanent improvement of that portion of Center Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania extending from the easterly line of the present Allegheny River Boulevard eastwardly for a distance of 227 feet, measured along the northerly curbline of said Center Avenue, to a line crossing said Center Avenue at right angles.
Ord. No. 7-1949
3-28-1949
Providing for the improvement of West Railroad Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, from the northerly line of James Street to the southerly line of Fairview Avenue, by the construction of a twenty-foot blacktop cartway of asphaltic and rolled slag paving, and otherwise improving said portion of the said West Railroad Avenue, and providing for the assessment and collection of the costs, damages, expenses and benefits occasioned thereby.
Ord. No. 15-1949
8-15-1949
Establishing a center line and a center-line grade for Wildwood Avenue in said Borough. (This refers to the portion from Allegheny River Boulevard to a point on the Penn Township line, Station 17 + 31.53.)
Ord. No. 1-1953
12-29-1952
Vacating certain portions of an unopened and unnamed street lying between the northerly terminus of Jones Street and the Allegheny River Boulevard and the required slopes therefor.
Ord. No. 16-1953
1953
Relating to the improvement of East Railroad Avenue from Center Avenue to James Street in said Borough.
Ord. No. 19-1953
7-27-1953
Relating to the improvement of certain streets in said Borough. (This refers to:
1.
Parker Street, from First Avenue to Second Avenue
2.
First Avenue, from North Avenue to Ridge Avenue; from South Avenue to Vogel's Lane
3.
Church Street, from Second Avenue to Peter Street
4.
Athletic Street, from Peter Street to South Avenue
5.
Vogel's Lane, from Second Avenue to Athletic Street
6.
Grant Avenue, from Jones Street to East Railroad Avenue
7.
James Street, from Penn Avenue to West Railroad Avenue
8.
Jones Street, from James Street to foundries.)
Ord. No. 1-1955
2-28-1955
To vacate that part of Seldon Street extending eastwardly from the intersection of Seldon Street and Seldon Avenue parallel and adjacent to the main track of the Plum Creek Branch of petitioner, the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, to the property line of petitioner, the Ingalls Iron Works Company; the said part of Seldon Street having been laid out and dedicated by ordinance dated October 30, 1899, but never having been opened to public use.
Ord. No. 4-1955
5-21-1955
Revising and reestablishing the grade on the center line of Third Street from the said Third Street center-line intersection with the northerly property line of Center Avenue projected, northwardly for 550 lineal feet in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, and repealing inconsistent ordinances.
Ord. No. 5-1955
6-2-1955
Revising and reestablishing the center line grade on Ridge Avenue, from the intersection of the easterly curbline of First Avenue, projected, and the center line of Ridge Avenue, eastwardly for a distance of 419.47 lineal feet as measured along the Ridge Avenue center line in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, and repealing inconsistent ordinances.
Ord. No. 1-1956
2-20-1956
Revising and reestablishing the center-line grade on First Avenue, from the intersection of the northerly property line, projected, of North Avenue and the center line of First Avenue, northwardly to the intersection of the center line of Ridge Avenue and the center line of First Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, and repealing inconsistent ordinances.
Ord. No. 4-1957
6-11-1957
Vacating a fourteen-and-one-half-foot strip of land adjacent to the southerly property line of Ridge Avenue from the easterly line of First Avenue eastwardly, as measured along the southerly line of Ridge Avenue 410.05 lineal feet in the Borough of Verona.
Ord. No. 1-1959
2-10-1959
Vacating a certain portion of Jones Street, being the southerly terminus thereof in the Borough of Verona, and providing for the assessment and collection of costs and expenses incurred by the Borough.
Ord. No. 2-1959
3-10-1959
Vacating a fourteen-and-one-half-foot strip of land adjacent to the southerly property line of Ridge Avenue and extending eastwardly for a distance of 50.05 feet from a point distant 410.05 feet from the easterly line of First Avenue in the Borough of Verona.
Ord. No. 7-1960
11-9-1960
Vacating Rock Avenue from School Avenue to Wildwood Avenue.
Ord. No. 3-1961
5-3-1961
Providing for the letting of a contract or contracts for resurfacing streets and alleys with bituminous asphalt and paving of other streets and alleys with soil cement.
Ord. No. 3-1962
5-23-1962
Vacating a certain portion of Ridge Avenue and Second Street in the Borough of Verona. (This refers to Ridge Avenue, from Seldon Street to Second Street; Second Street, from a twenty-foot alley parallel with North Avenue to a point 200 feet north, in the former north line of Ridge Avenue.)
Ord. No. 4-1962
6-12-1962
Opening and extending the easterly portion of Ridge Avenue and establishing the grade thereof, and opening a ten-foot way to be known as Pedestrian Way.
Ord. No. 6-1963
11-12-1963
Vacating a portion of a certain thirty-foot unnamed alley, being the southerly terminus thereof, in the Borough of Verona and providing for the assessment and collection of costs and expenses incurred by the Borough. (The alley was located between Third Avenue and Second Avenue.)
Ord. No. 2-1967
1-10-1967
Vacating that portion of First Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Pennsylvania, which runs approximately from Plum Creek in the north to Seldon Avenue in the south.
Ord. No. 2A-1967
3-14-1967
Vacating that portion of First Avenue in the Borough of Verona, Pennsylvania, which runs approximately from Plum Creek in the north to Seldon Avenue in the south.
Resolution
2-12-1974
Accepting a grant of moneys from the authority for improvements in municipalities of Allegheny County, a general authority for the total reconstruction of Seldon Avenue in the Borough of Verona.
Ord. No. 3-1979
5-8-1979
Naming and designating the Industrial Park Access Road as Lamagna Drive.
Ord. No. 3-1980
1-8-1980
Vacating a portion of Penn Avenue in the Borough of Verona.

§ A255-12 Water and watercourses (see also § A255-4).

Enactment
Date
Description
Ord. No. 57
12-30-1929
Providing for the altering and changing of the course or channel of the watercourse, known as Indian Creek, in the Borough of Verona, from a point in the property now or formerly of George Ritchey Sr. Estate in the present channel, approximately 80 feet eastwardly by direct line from the easterly line of State Street, in the Borough of Verona, through private property to State Street, and thence by way of James Street in said Borough eastwardly to the Allegheny River; providing for the paving and confining of the changed portion of said channel of Indian Creek and for the necessary wingwalls, and providing for the taking of the necessary property therefor and for the payment of the costs, damages and expenses occasioned thereby.