Township of Lower Southampton, PA
Bucks County
By using eCode360 you agree to be legally bound by the Terms of Use. If you do not agree to the Terms of Use, please do not use eCode360.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
The following ordinances and resolutions are no longer of general interest, primarily because their provisions were carried out directly after their enactment. Since they are mainly of historical or administrative interest, it has not been considered necessary to include their entire text. Instead, they are arranged in groups, according to subject matter, and within each group listed by title in chronological order. The content of the ordinances and resolutions is indexed, in all necessary detail, in the general index at the end of this volume. The annual budget and tax ordinances have been listed in the Disposition List of Ordinances. Any person who desires to read the full text of any of the ordinances or resolutions may do so by consulting the original Ordinance Books on file in the Township offices.

§ LE-1 Appendix A: Adjustments to Township Boundaries.

(Reserved)

§ LE-2 Appendix B: Debt and Bond Issues.

Ord./Res.
Date
Subject
65
9-16-1959
General Obligation Bonds for $75,000 for street improvement.
248
12-1-1975
General Obligation Notes for $50,000 for unspecified.
257
9-16-1976
General Obligation Notes for $115,000 for garage purchase.
273
6-5-1978
General Obligation Notes for $150,000 for unspecified.
297
7-30-1979
General Obligation Notes for $1,900,000 for street improvement.
298
9-20-1979
General Obligation Notes for $100,000 for vehicle purchases.
316
12-18-1980
General Obligation Notes for $175,000 for unfunded debt.
323
6-17-1982
General Obligation Notes for $250,000 for recreation.
331
9-14-1983
General Obligation Notes for $50,000 for salt bin
343
4-10-1985
General Obligation Notes for $200,000 for equipment, vehicles, codification, wraps.
352
6-30-1986
General Obligation Notes for $200,000 for Poquessing Creek Drainage Project.
358
5-13-1987
General Obligation Notes for $325,000 for Poquessing Creek Drainage Project.
368
4-27-1988
General Obligation Notes for $1,185,000 for drainage facilities, renovation of Municipal Building, recreation areas, computer, traffic study, equipment, costs.
379
3-1-1989
General Obligation Notes for $5,700,000 for capital contribution to City of Philadelphia to reserve sewage capacity at the Northeast Treatment Plant.
Res. 1987-12
4-22-1987
Loan, Provident National for $325,000 for Poquessing Creek Bank Drainage Project.
Res. 1987-35
12-16-1987
Tax and Revenue for $1,000,000 for security and anticipation note establishing a sinking fund.
Res. 1988-9
3-9-1988
Conditional acceptance of proposal for bond issue
Res. 1989-25
12-27-1989
Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note for $1,000,000 for experiencing cash flow deficit during some portion of the fiscal year.
Res. 1990-33
12-26-1990
Tax and Revenue for $1,500,000 for security and anticipation note establishing a sinking fund.
398
8/27/1991
General Obligation Note for $5,720,000 for providing funds to advance refund the Township's General Obligations Bonds, Series 1989 (the "refunded bonds").
Res. 1992-15
3-25-1992
Letter of Credit for $50,000 for providing a deposit in lieu of cash to purchase Snodgrass Farm.
Res. 1992-40
12-9-1992
Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note for $2,000,000 for experiencing a cash flow deficit during some portions of the fiscal year.
Res. 1993-40
12-22-2993
Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note for $1,600,000 for establishing a sinking fund depository.
421
3/3/1994
Bond Purchase Contract for $5,480,000, General Obligation Bonds, Series of 1994.
Res. 1994-27
12-28-1994
Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note for $1,800,000 for Tax Anticipation.
Res. 1995-22
12-20-1995
Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note for $1,300,000 for raising level of cash on hand.
462
10-21-1999
General Obligation Note for $750,000 for Capital projects.
Res. 1999-39
12-8-1999
Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note for $1,500,000 for establishment of sinking fund.
Res. 2000-28
-/-/2000
Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note for $1,500,000 for Tax Anticipation.
472
12-19-2001
Nonelectoral debt for $14,570,000, General Obligation Bonds to finance a temporary loan for acquisition of a library, library renovations.
Res. 2001-13
6-13-2001
Release of final maintenance bond, $16,674.19 for Sunset Memorial Park Land Development.
478
6-26-2002
Nonelectoral debt for $4,210,000, General Obligation Bonds, Series of 1994.
546
8-11-2010
Nonelectoral debt for $13,355,000, General Obligation Bonds, Series of 2010

§ LE-3 Appendix C: Franchises and Services.

Ord./Res.
Date
Subject
115
3-18-1964
Right-of-way privileges for Bucks County Water and Sewer Authority.
128
8-9-1965
Bucks County Cable TV, Inc.
280
8-17-1978
Amendment to Ord. 128, above.
287
12-11-1978
Granting a nonexclusive cable television franchise.
Res. 1987-5
3-25-1987
Streetlighting system; purchases from Philadelphia Electric Co.
432
4-12-1995
Granting franchise to Oxford Valley Cablevision to operate and maintain a cable television system in the Township.
Res. 1995-13
8-16-1995
Consenting to the transfer of the cable television franchise currently owned by Oxford Valley Cablevision, Inc., to TCI Communications, Inc.
489
11-12-2003
Establishing cable regulations pursuant to the Federal Cable Television Consumer Protection and Competition Act of 1992 and the Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996, both of which amended the Federal Communications Act of 1934.
505
7-13-2005
Authorizing execution of a cable franchise agreement between Township and Comcast of Southeast Pennsylvania, LLC.
508
9-28-2005
Authorizing the appropriate officers of Lower Southampton Township to enter into an intergovernmental agreement with other Bucks County municipalities for legal services for the negotiation of an agreement with Verizon for cable television services for Lower Southampton Township.
518
9-13-2006
Granting a nonexclusive franchise to Verizon Pennsylvania, Inc., to construct, operate and maintain a cable television system within the Township; setting forth conditions accompanying the grant of said franchise; providing for Township regulation and use of the cable television system; and prescribing penalties for violation of this ordinance.
519
10-25-2006
Adopting and approving a nonexclusive franchise cable agreement with Verizon Pennsylvania, Inc., to construct, operate and maintain a cable television system within the Township.

§ LE-4 Appendix D: Governmental and Intergovernmental Affairs.

Ord./Res.
Date
Subject
30
9-7-1954
Social security coverage
271
12-15-1977
Adopting by resolution of a police pension plan (See Chapter 1, Part 7A).
348
12-11-1985
Township supervisors rate of compensation
366
3-9-1988
Amended and restated police pension plan (See Chapter 1, Part 7A).
373
9-14-1988
Adopted intermunicipal agreement among the municipalities of Northampton, Lower Southampton, Upper Southampton, and Warminster Townships concerning the recycling and management of municipal solid waste.
374
9-14-1988
Authorizing entry into an Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement with the Townships of Upper Southampton, Northampton and Warminster for the collection and disposal of solid waste and the establishment of a program for the collection and disposal of recyclable materials.
Res. 1986-41
10-8-1986
Guidelines for use of police vehicles in pursuits.
Res. 1986-50
12-17-1986
Police Dept., Use of Firearms and/or Force policy adopted.
Res. 1986-51
12-17-1986
Police Dept., Use of Firearms Policy.
Res. 1986-52
12-17-1986
Police Dept., Promotion Policy adopted.
Res. 1986-53
12-17-1986
Police Dept., Initial Appointment Regulations adopted.
Res. 1987-3
2-25-1987
Police Dept., Promotion Policy adopted.
Res. 1988-24
7-13-1988
Police Dept., Promotion Policy adopted.
Res. 1988-27
9-14-1988
Police Dept., Initial Appointment Regulations adopted.
Res. 1988-28
9-14-1998
Police Dept., Promotion Policy adopted.
Res. 1988-30
9-14-1988
Police Dept., Rules and regulations adopted.
Res. 1989-10
3-22-1989
Police Dept., Amendment to Promotion Policy adopted, § 108(a).
Res. 1989-16
5-24-1989
Adopting official work rules, regulations and disciplinary procedures.
Res. 1989-18
6-28-1989
Authorizing the signing of the snow and ice agreements of Lower Southampton Township with PennDOT.
Res. 1989-20
8-16-1989
Expressing the support of the Board of Supervisors for a strong national drug policy, urging its adoption, and directing that a copy of this resolution by sent to William J. Bennett, Director of National Drug Control Policy.
Res. 1989-21
9-27-1989
Proclaiming Michelle Friedrich as Lower Southampton Township 1989 Athlete of the year.
Res. 1989-22
10-11-1989
Ratifying the Bucks County Municipal Waste Management Plan for managing solid wastes within Lower Southampton Township and agreeing to implement the plan.
Res. 1989-27
12-27-1989
During the fiscal year of 1990, all residents or inhabitants who have an income less than $500,000 per annum shall be exempted from payment of the per capita tax. Also the Tax Collector is exonerated from any and all residents or inhabitants of the Township of Lower Southampton who earn less than $500,000 per annum.
Res. 1989-28
12-27-1989
Amending the 1989 budget.
Res. 1990-2
1-24-1990
Adopting the Employee Benefit Program effective January 1, 1990 for all Lower Southampton nonunion employees.
Res. 1990-4
1-24-1990
Proposing to the resolutions committee of the Bucks County Association of Township Officials that the Association request the County Commissioners to conduct a reassessment of real estate throughout the County to establish more equitable assessment.
Res. 1990-5
2-14-1990
The Board of Supervisors of Lower Southampton expressing deep regret and sincere sympathy concerning the death of Catherine Deater.
Res. 1990-6
2-14-1990
Approving the amendment by the Teleford Industrial Development Authority of the issuance by the Authority of a tax-free obligation for the Scottsville Associates in connection with the expansion, modernization, better production flow, off-street parking and better highway access.
Res. 1990-8
2-28-1990
Agreeing that while receiving any funds from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania pursuant to the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act, the Township of Lower Southampton shall adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 1990-9
3-14-1990
Authorizing an application to County Commissioners for pothole repair and scratch coating.
Res. 1990-10
4-18-1990
Proclaiming Isabel Clark the Lower Southampton 1990 Athletic, Civic and Service Volunteer of the year.
Res. 1990-11
4-18-1990
Proclaiming John McKeon as the Lower Southampton Township 1990 Emergency Service Volunteer of the year.
Res. 1990-12
4-18-1990
Proclaiming John Brinkman as the Lower Southampton Township 1990 Local Government Volunteer of the year.
Res. 1990-13
4-18-1990
Proclaiming that Tri-County Band has given exemplary service to the Community for 40 years.
Res. 1990-15
5-23-1990
Resolving the Tax Collector's procedure for the remittance of taxes.
Res. 1990-16
6-27-1990
Proclaiming that Edward C. Young has attained the rank of Eagle Scout.
Res. 1990-17
8-15-1990
Authorizing the Board to lease a finance computer.
Res. 1990-20
9-12-1990
Adopting payment terms and finance charges for past due invoices.
Res. 1990-21
9-12-1990
Honoring Daniel J. Lanzendorfer on his retirement from the police department which he created in 1951.
Res. 1990-22
9-12-1990
Supporting the passage of legislation authorizing the Township to impose fair and equitable impact fees on new developments.
Res. 1990-24
9-12-1990
Authorizing the Township enter an emergency services mutual aid agreement.
Res. 1990-25
9-12-1990
Authorizing the Township to purchase 20,000 biodegradable bags at a cost of $0.292/each for leaf recycling.
Res. 1990-27
10-24-1990
Proclaiming Lisa Sabatino as the female athlete of the year 1990.
Res. 1990-28
10-24-1990
Proclaiming October 20, 1990 to be the official start of Red Ribbon Week.
Res. 1990-30
10-24-1990
Requesting that there be a traffic engineering certification to install and/or modify traffic signals on local high- ways.
Res. 1990-31
12-26-1990
Appointing the firm of Bee & Pushon as the appointed independent auditor of the Township.
Res. 1990-32
12-26-1990
Authorizing the transfer of $99,600 to be loaned from road machinery fund to the sewer fund account.
Res. 1990-35
12-26-1990
Commendation of Peter J. Iaccarino on his retirement from the police department with the rank of detective sergeant.
Res. 1990-36
12-26-1990
Commendation of John J. Engelhart on his retirement from the police department with the final rank of sergeant.
397
5-8-1991
Authorizing participation in the Pennsylvania Municipal Investment Program.
Res. 1991-1
1-23-1991
Honoring at a special Eagle Court of Honor, Michael H. Duminiak for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
Res. 1991-2
1-23-1991
Commending Stacey Kathleen Rice for her many years of faithful service to the citizens of Lower Southampton Township.
Res. 1991-4
1-23-1991
Adopting the Lower Southampton Township Emergency Preparedness/Civil Defense Plan also known as the Emergency Management Plan.
Res. 1991-5
1-23-1991
Adopting the Non-Union Employee Benefit Program.
Res. 1991-7
1-23-1991
Adopting Regulations 41, 42 and 43 as part of the Code of Ethics for the Lower Southampton Township Police Department.
Res. 1991-8
1-23-1991
Adopting "Operation Desert Support."
Res. 1991-9
1-23-1991
Authorizing the question whether or not the rescue squad millage for Lower Southampton Township should be increased, be placed on the ballot for a referendum vote in the election to be held of May 21, 1991.
Res. 1991-11
2-13-1991
Expressing support for the men and women engaged in the Persian Gulf conflict.
Res. 1991-12
2-13-1991
Congratulating the Lower Southampton Township Fire Company on the outstanding job it has been doing through the years and to express its appreciation to the members of the fire company.
Res. 1991-14
2-27-1991
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission while receiving any funds from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Res. 1991-15
2-27-1991
Commending Kathleen Chiolan Goldhahn for her years of faithful service to the citizens of Lower Southampton Township and congratulating her for recently being named "Person of the Year," by the Feasterville Business Men's Association.
Res. 1991-16
3-27-1991
Expressing sincere gratitude and appreciation of the Board and residents to Frank Franz for his dedicated service to the Lower Southampton Township Library Board.
Res. 1991-17
4-17-1991
Honoring Glenn J. Davis at a special Eagle Court of Honor and congratulating him for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
Res. 1991-18
4-17-1991
Proclaiming Don Frank as Lower Southampton Township's 1991 Emergency Service Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 1991-19
4-17-1991
Proclaiming Donna Gerlach Lower Southampton's 1991 Local Government Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 1991-20
4-17-1991
Proclaiming Richard Scheinert Lower Southampton Township's 1991 Athletic, Civil and Service Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 1991-21
4-17-1991
Thanking the Feasterville Business Men's Association for their contribution of vests to the Police Department.
Res. 1991-22
4-17-1991
Thanking the Feasterville Lions Club for their contribution of bleachers to the Russell Elliott Park.
Res. 1991-23
4-17-1991
Commending Ernest J. Sands for his years of faithful service to the citizens of Lower Southampton Township.
Res. 1991-25
4-17-1991
Thanking Carl Cimino for his contribution of a new IBM AT-Compatible CPU to be used by the Fire Marshal's Office to track information on hazardous wastes.
Res. 1991-26
4-17-1991
Expressing its appreciation to Girl Scout Troop #551 for cleaning the Township Municipal Building and Police Department pathways and parking lots.
Res. 1991-27
5-17-1991
Approving an order and stipulation in the matter of Lower Southampton Township v. Upper Southampton Township concerning improvements to Buck Road.
Res. 1991-28
5-17-1991
Proclaiming May 12 through 18, 1991, as "Police Memorial Day."
Res. 1991-29
5-17-1991
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission while receiving any funds from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Res. 1991-31
6-12-1991
Expressing deep appreciation to John Minter for his brave service to this community and wishing him the same good fortune which he has extended to others.
Res. 1991-32
6-12-1991
Expressing deep appreciation to William McCormick for his brave service to this community and wishing him the same good fortune which he has extended to others.
Res. 1991-33
6-12-1991
Expressing deep appreciation to Kenneth Parsons for his brave service to this community and wishing him the same good fortune which he has extended to others.
Res. 1991-34
6-12-1991
Applying to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania an Application for In-Service Training Grant.
Res. 1991-35
6-12-1991
Applying to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania an Application for Permit to Install and Operate Traffic Signals.
Res. 1991-36
6-26-1991
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission while receiving any funds from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Res. 1991-38
7-17-1991
Resolving that the Certificate of Deposit #985772 of Provident National Bank be cashed in.
Res. 1991-39
7-17-1991
Completing the form for optional free check writing authorization service.
Res. 1991-40
9-11-1991
Authorizing membership in the Pennsylvania Municipal Insurance and Employee Benefit Plans, Inc.
Res. 1991-42
10-9-1991
Proclaiming Karen Ivins as the 1991 Athlete of the Year for Lower Southampton Township.
Res. 1991-43
10-9-1991
Supporting the "Red Ribbon Campaign," and proclaiming October 19 to 27, 1991 "Red Ribbon Week," encouraging citizens to participate in drug awareness activities.
Res. 1991-44
10-9-1991
Accepting Joseph Studholme's resignation from the Drug and Alcohol Task Force with deep regret.
Res. 1992-1
1-6-1992
Commending Charles Raudenbush, Jr. for his many years of service to the community.
Res. 1992-2
1-6-1992
Commending William H. Hull for his many years of service to the community.
Res. 1992-3
1-22-1992
Commending Officers Robert Baxter and Frank Keonhardt for their service to the community.
Res. 1992-4
1-22-1992
Commending Officers John Krimmel and Frank Leonhardt for their service to the community.
Res. 1992-5
1-22-1992
Desiring to obtain reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Offers' Education and Training Act.
Res. 1992-7
2-19-1992
Appointing Richard Noble as an alternate member of the Zoning Hearing Board.
Res. 1992-8A
2-12-1992
Agreeing to comply with the requirements of the RIRA program and the Department of Community Affairs for the purpose of obtaining funds in the amount of $2,400,000 to acquire the Snodgrass Farm.
Res. 1992-10
4-15-1992
Proclaiming Tony Palmer as the Lower Southampton Township 1992 Male Athlete of the Year.
Res. 1992-11
3-11-1992
Applying for a grant with Municipal Police Officers Education Training Center for Basic on Scene Accident Investigation.
Res. 1992-12
3-11-1992
Desiring to obtain reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act.
Res. 1992-13
3-11-1992
Desiring to obtain reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act.
Res. 1992-14A
3-11-1992
Applying for a grant with the Municipal Police Officers Education and Training Center for Advanced Technical Accident Investigation.
Res. 1992-14B
3-11-1992
Desiring to obtain reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act.
Res. 1992-16
3-25-1992
Appointing the firm of Berkheimer Associates, a division of H.A. Berkheimer, Inc, as Delinquent Per Capita Tax Collector.
Res. 1992-17
4-15-1992
Proclaiming Linda Hein as the Lower Southampton 1992 Local Government Volunteer of the year.
Res. 1992-18
4-15-1992
Proclaiming Helen Lamborn Saurman as the Lower Southampton 1992 Athletic, Civic and Service Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 1992-19
4-15-1992
Congratulating William McNamara for his attainment of the rank of Eagle Scout.
Res. 1992-20
4-15-1992
Expressing thanks to the Feasterville Lions Club for their contribution to Russell Elliott Memorial Park and Lower Southampton Township Library.
Res. 1992-21
4-15-1992
Expressing thanks to the Feasterville Business Men's Association for their contribution to the Intermediate Unit of Bucks County, Tri-Hampton Rescue Squad, Lower Southampton Parade Committee and new bullet proof vests for the Lower Southampton Township Police Department.
Res. 1992-22
4-15-1992
Proclaiming Clyde Cobb as the Lower Southampton Township 1992 Emergency Service Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 1992-23
4-15-1992
Wishing to preserve the local option of incineration as a method of disposal for our community's solid waste.
Res. 1992-25
6-10-1992
Congratulating Paul Brochon for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
Res. 1992-26
6-24-1992
Adopting the personnel policy for the nonuniformed employees. (Repealed by Res. No. 2010-19)
Res. 1992-27
5-27-1992
Providing for experimental traffic regulations.
Res. 1992-30
8-19-1992
Requesting permission to participate in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Cooperative Purchasing Program.
Res. 1992-31
8-19-1992
Adopting the application for permit to install and operate traffic signals at the intersection of Bridgetown Pike and Elmwood Avenue.
Res. 1992-32
8-19-1992
Securing a grant in the amount of $5,000 to be used to develop resources and a management plan for the historic Snodgrass/Playwicki Farm.
Res. 1992-36
11-25-1992
Authorizing the application for In-Service Training Grant for police officers attending POSIT training.
Res. 1992-37
11-25-1992
Authorizing the application for In-Service Training Grant for police officers attending Handgun Retention Course.
Res. 1992-38
12-9-1992
Appointing the firm of Bee & Punshon to audit the accounts of the Township and Township Officers for the fiscal year ending December 31, 1992.
Res. 1992-39
12-9-1992
Declaring the Township's intent to follow the procedures for disposition of records as set forth in the retention and disposition schedule for records of Pennsylvania Municipalities issued on May 17, 1992.
Res. 1993-1
1-27-1993
Thanking the Feasterville Businessmen's Association for their contribution to the Township.
Res. 1993-2
1-27-1993
Commending Walter Grosse for his many years of service to the citizens of the Township while being a police officer.
Res. 1993-3
1-27-1993
Commending Brian's Towing for free towing within a 5 mile radius of the Township on December 24, 1992 through January 1, 1993.
Res. 1993-4
2-10-1993
Fixing the compensation for the Tax Collector for each fiscal year commencing January 1, 1994.
Res. 1993-5
2-10-1993
Fixing the rental of Tax Collector's Office for the fiscal year 1994.
Res. 1993-6
10-13-1993
Supporting Senate Bill No. 560, which provides for household hazardous waste collection programs, recycling fund, fund transfer and making an appropriation.
Res. 1993-8
3-24-1993
Providing for basic on-scene accident investigation training for the Township police officers.
Res. 1993-9
3-24-1993
Providing for training of police officers in investigation of motorcycle accidents.
Res. 1993-10
4-14-1993
Recognizing Glenn Hanson as the Lower Southampton 1993 Athletic, Civic and Service Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 1993-11
4-14-1993
Recognizing June Olson as the Lower Southampton 1993 Local Government Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 1993-12
4-14-1993
Recognizing the Community Women's Club of Feasterville on the occasion of their thirteenth anniversary in March of 1993.
Res. 1993-13
4-14-1993
Recognizing Walter J. Holzworth for his dedication to volunteerism and for the significant contribution he made to the community.
Res. 1993-14
4-14-1993
Recognizing Brian Whitaker as the Lower Southampton 1993 Emergency Service Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 1993-15
4-28-1993
Providing POLEX program training for police personnel holding rank of lieutenant or above.
Res. 1993-16
4-28-1993
Recognizing Diana and Frank Shaw for their exemplary actions in preventing the rape of a young girl.
Res. 1993-20
5-12-1993
Authorizing the Township to join forces with the Bucks County Consortium to obtain the services of a consultant in order to bring the Township's job descriptions into compliance with the new ADA regulations.
Res. 1993-21
5-26-1993
Establishing new polices set forth by the Municipal Services Advisory Board to collect delinquent sewer accounts.
Res. 1993-24
6-23-1993
Approving an update to the existing agreement with Town and Country Kennels, Inc.
Res. 1993-25
7-21-1993
Authorizing the Township to amend the 1993 budget to increase 12-430.740 line item from $0 to $70,000 and to decrease 12-495.000 line item from $139,338 to $69,338 to allow for the purchase of a jet pump truck.
Res. 1993-26
11-24-1993
Adopting an intermunicipal agreement concerning recycling and management of solid waste between Northampton, Lower Southampton and Upper Southampton Townships.
Res. 1993-28
7-21-1993
Providing for traffic accident reconstruction training for police officers from Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties.
Res. 1993-29
7-21-1993
Providing for POSIT training to improve the skills of police supervisors in the Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties.
Res. 1993-30
7-21-1993
Providing for basic on-scene accident investigation training for police officers.
Res. 1993-31
7-21-1993
Providing advanced technical accident investigation training for police officers of Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties.
Res. 1993-32
7-21-1993
Providing for training of police officers in investigation of motorcycle accidents.
Res. 1993-34
8-17-1993
Declaring the existence of a limited emergency in the Township of Lower Southampton in the area that abuts Neshaminy Creek because of severe flooding.
Res. 1993-35
9-8-1993
Declaring Jennifer Rueter as the Lower Southampton 1993 Female Athlete of the Year.
Res. 1993-36
9-22-1993
Honoring Cliff Livezey for his loyal service and for his contributions to the law enforcement system which serve as a model to others in his field.
Res. 1993-37
10-13-1993
Establishing procedures and guidelines for conducting the Board of Supervisor's meetings and special meetings.
Res. 1993-38
11-24-1993
Entering into a trash collection agreement with the Waste Automation Corporation for a term of 3 years.
Res. 1993-42
12-22-1993
Requesting permission to participate in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Cooperative Purchase Program.
Res. 1993-43
12-22-1993
Establishing Kathleen G. Goldhahn as Township Manager at an annual salary of $55,120, beginning January 1, 1994.
Res. 1994-2
3-9-1994
Requesting reimbursement of monies incurred for Officer Jennifer Lynn Rotondo, pursuant to the provisions of the Municipal Police Officers' Training Act, Act 120 of 1974.
Res. 1994-3
3-9-1994
Providing POLEX program training for police personnel holding rank of lieutenant and above.
Res. 1994-5
4-13-1994
Recognizing Mary Ruth Atwood as the Lower Southampton 1994 local government volunteer of the year.
Res. 1994-6
4-13-1994
Recognizing John Costello as the Lower Southampton emergency service volunteer of the year.
Res. 1994-7
4-13-1994
Recognizing Charles J. Benneman, Jr., as the Lower Southampton 1994 athletic, civic and service volunteer of the year.
Res. 1994-8
4-13-1994
Recognizing that Kenneth Mangin has attained the rank of Eagle Scout and deserves the sincere congratulations of Lower Southampton Township.
Res. 1994-9
4-13-1994
Proclaiming Richard Noon as the Lower Southampton Township 1994 Firefighter of the year.
Res. 1994-10
5-11-1994
Congratulating Sandra A. Bishop for receiving the Gold Award.
Res. 1994-11
5-11-1994
Congratulating Michele Graef for receiving the Gold Award.
Res. 1994-12
5-11-1994
Congratulating Dana K. Oppenheim for receiving the Gold Award.
Res. 1994-13
5-11-1994
Congratulating Rebecca Mueller for receiving the Gold Award.
Res. 1994-15
9-14-1994
Proclaiming Beth Ann McCaffery as the Lower Southampton 1994 female athlete of the year.
Res. 1994-17
9-14-1994
Entering into an agreement with PennDOT for winter traffic services.
Res. 1994-18
10-12-1994
Statement of understanding between Lower Southampton Township and the Lower Bucks County Chapter of the American Red Cross.
Res. 1994-21
12-14-1994
Commending Robert Leithead for saving the life of James K. Eagle.
Res. 1994-22
12-14-1994
Commending Arthur Palaio for saving the life of James K. Eagle.
Res. 1994-23
12-14-1994
Requesting permission to participate in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Cooperative Purchasing Program.
Res. 1995-1
1-3-1995
Agreeing to comply with the requirements of the Keystone Community Grant program and the Department of Community Affairs for the purpose of obtaining grant funds to rehabilitate Snodgrass/Playwicki Park.
Res. 1995-2
1-25-1995
Appointing Kathleen R. Goldhahn as Township Manager.
Res. 1995-3
2-8-1995
Adopting the appointment regulations recommended by the Chief of Police as the official promotion policy of the Township.
Res. 1995-5
4-26-1995
Proclaiming Bob Keating as Local Government Volunteer of the year.
Res. 1995-6
4-26-1995
Proclaiming Eleanor McCaffery as the Lower Southampton 1995 Athletic, Civic and Service Volunteer of the year.
Res. 1995-7
4-26-1995
Proclaiming Joseph Ott as the Lower Southampton 1995 Emergency Service Volunteer of the year.
Res. 1995-8
4-26-1995
Proclaiming Matt Napoleon as the Lower Southampton 1995 Male Athlete of the year.
Res. 1995-9
4-26-1995
Congratulating Wade Neumeister for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
Res. 1995-10
4-26-1995
Congratulating Angelique M. Rico for receiving the Gold Award from the Freedom Valley Girl Scout Council.
Res. 1995-11
4-26-1995
Congratulating Jennifer Green for receiving the Gold Award from the Freedom Valley Girl Scout Council.
Res. 1995-12
4-26-1995
Congratulating Michelle L. Morgan for receiving the Gold Award from the Freedom Valley Girl Scout Council.
Res. 1995-14
8-16-1995
Accepting and approving the application for an in-service training grant for advanced POLEX program for police personnel holding the rank of lieutenant.
Res. 1995-15
9-27-1995
Adopting a drug and alcohol policy for employees with commercial drivers licenses.
Res. 1995-16
9-27-1995
Adopting an agreement with DSI Medical Services, Inc., and the Bucks County Consortium of Communities for drug-testing services.
Res. 1995-17
9-27-1995
Proclaiming October 9 through 15, 1995, to be Lower Southampton Township Fire Prevention Week.
Res. 1995-19
12-20-1995
Adopting an update to the existing agreement with Town and Country Kennel, Inc.
Res. 1995-20
12-13-1995
Continuing to employ the court-appointed firm of Bee, Bergvall & Company to audit the accounts of the Township.
438
12-20-1995
Insurance compensation for nonemployee supervisors.
Res. 1996-1
1-2-1996
Recognizing Dennis O'Brien for his many years of faithful service to the citizens of the Township.
Res. 1996-2
1-24-1996
Appointing William Wiegman as Lieutenant of Police for the Township.
Res. 1996-3
1-24-1996
Appointing Kathleen R. Goldhahn as Township Manager for the year 1996.
Res. 1996-4
1-24-1996
Appointing Edward Donnelly as Chief of Police for the Township.
Res. 1996-8
2-28-1996
Congratulating Robert J. Duminiak for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
Res. 1996-9
4-24-1996
Commending Brian McGuire, Jay Giel and Sgt. Paul Schmid for the exemplary actions in a medical emergency and compassionate follow-through to a resident in need.
Res. 1996-10
4-24-1996
Proclaiming Matthew Braunstein as the Lower Southampton 1996 Male Athlete of the Year.
Res. 1996-11
4-24-1996
Congratulating Timothy Hunt for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
Res. 1996-12
4-24-1996
Recognizing Jim Springer as the Lower Southampton 1996 Emergency Service Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 1996-13
4-24-1996
Recognizing Tom Clark as the Lower Southampton 1996 Athletic, Civic and Service Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 1996-14
4-24-1996
Proclaiming Heather Gorlaski as the Lower Southampton 1996 Female Athlete of the Year.
Res. 1996-15
4-24-1996
Commending Officer Donald Leonard and Officer Raymond Branden for their quick actions in a medical emergency.
Res. 1996-16
4-24-1996
Commending Agent Dennis Shook and Christopher McAteer for their dedication and service to law enforcement.
Res. 1996-17
4-24-1996
Thanking Susan Bizon and Marilyn Thuss for the volunteered time to speak to the Civilian Police Academy regarding the services available for victims of crimes.
Res. 1996-18
4-24-1996
Recognizing Sgt. Barbara McGuoirk for contributing her time and expertise during 4 sessions of the Civilian Police Academy.
Res. 1996-19
4-24-1996
Recognizing Carole Miller and Emilia Livezey for volunteering their time to speak to the Civilian Police Academy regarding the operation of the 911 system.
Res. 1996-20
4-10-1996
Agreement with the County of Bucks for community alert network services.
Res. 1996-24
11-13-1996
Congratulating Thomas E. Askins upon attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
Res. 1996-25
11-13-1996
Agreeing that while receiving funds from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania pursuant to the Municipal Police Officer's Education and Training Act, to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 1996-26
12-18-1996
Agreeing to comply with the requirements of the Keystone Community Grant Program and the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for the purposes of obtaining grant funds to implement the comprehensive park, recreation and open space plan.
Res. 1996-27
12-18-1996
Continuing to employ the court appointed firm of Bee, Bergvall and Company to audit the accounts of the Township.
Res. 1996-28
12-11-1996
Amending the service contract with Otter Recycling Center, Inc., for disposal of residential recyclable materials.
Res. 1996-29
12-18-1996
Agreeing to comply with the requirements of the Keystone Acquisition and Development Grant Program and the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for the purposes of obtaining grant funds to develop Playwicki Farm Park.
Res. 1996-30
12-18-1996
Updating the Lower Southampton Township Emergency Preparedness/Civil Defense Plan for 1997.
449
10-8-1997
Authorizing the participation of Lower Southampton Township in the Delaware Valley Municipal Health Cooperative for the purpose of studying the feasibility of creating a health insurance trust pursuant to the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperative Law.
Res. 1997-2
1-22-1997
Fixing the compensation for the Tax Collector for the fiscal year commencing 1997.
Res. 1997-3
1-22-1997
Accepting the audit of Colonial Nissan as prepared by the Central Tax Bureau of Pennsylvania, Inc., and recommended in their letter of June 21, 1996.
Res. 1997-4
2-12-1997
Commending Corporal Frank Leonhardt for his quick and courageous actions during a fire emergency.
Res. 1997-5
3-12-1997
Approving the disposal of Township records in accordance with 46 Pa. Code § 15.51 et seq.
Res. 1997-6
2-12-1997
Fixing the rental of Tax Collector's office for the fiscal year commencing 1998.
Res. 1997-7
2-12-1997
Appointing Kathleen R. Goldhahn as Township Manager for calendar year 1997, with an annual salary of $63,211.
Res. 1997-8
2-12-1997
Appointing Edward Donnelly as Chief of Police for the Township.
Res. 1997-9
2-12-1997
Appointing William Wiegman as Lieutenant of Police for the Township.
Res. 1997-10
3-12-1997
Amending the 1997 budget.
Res. 1997-12
4-23-1997
Proclaiming Rudolph Tafel as the Lower Southampton Local Government Volunteer of the year.
Res. 1997-13
4-23-1997
Recognizing Edward Gertz as the Lower Southampton 1997, Athletic, Civic and Service Volunteer of the year.
Res. 1997-14
4-23-1997
Recognizing David J. Whitaker as the Lower Southampton 1997, Emergency Service Volunteer of the year.
Res. 1997-15
4-23-1997
Proclaiming Evan Orchinik as the Lower Southampton 1997, Male Athlete of the year.
Res. 1997-16
4-23-1997
Proclaiming Grant Sporny as the Lower Southampton 1997, Male Athlete of the year.
Res. 1997-17
4-23-1997
Proclaiming Erica Lynn Rauchut as the Lower Southampton 1997, Female Athlete of the year.
Res. 1997-18
4-23-1997
Accepting and approving the application for In-Service Training Grant - Act 120, 1974, for forensic photography for police personnel.
Res. 1997-19
5-28-1997
Congratulating Tom Nitterour for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
Res. 1997-20
5-28-1997
Congratulating Vince McBride for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
Res. 1997-21
5-28-1997
Congratulating Shaun Carroll for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
Res. 1997-22
5-28-1997
Congratulating Bob Wurtenberger for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
Res. 1997-23
5-28-1997
Agreeing that while receiving funds from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania pursuant to the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act, to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 1997-25
7-16-1997
Adopting the Lower Southampton Township, Pennsylvania Pension Fund Statement of Investment Policy.
Res. 1997-26
7-16-1997
Accepting responsibility to annually budget fund for maintenance/operation of the Playwicki Farm Trail - Phase II project.
Res. 1997-27
8-13-1997
Authorizing application for permit to install and operate traffic signals at the intersection of Bustleton Pike (S.R. 0532) and Ruth Street/Feasterville shopping center access.
Res. 1997-28
8-13-1997
Adopting the Deferred Compensation Plan and authorizing the Finance Director to do all things necessary or appropriate to implement the plan.
Res. 1997-29
8-13-1997
Agreeing that while receiving funds from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania pursuant to the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act, to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 1997-30
8-13-1997
Supporting the Montgomery County and Bucks County Council of Government's application for funding through the Pennsylvania Department of Economic and Community Development Shared Municipal Services Program to undertake a detailed study of the feasibility of creating a medical self-insurance trust.
Res. 1997-31
9-10-1997
Agreeing that while receiving funds from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania pursuant to the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act, to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 1997-32
10-8-1997
Proclaiming October 6 through October 12, 1997, to be Lower Southampton Township Fire Prevention Week.
Res. 1997-33
10-8-1997
Congratulating Boy Scout Troop 78 upon their 50 years of service.
Res. 1997-34
12-10-1997
Appointing the accounting firm of Bee, Bergvall and Company to audit the Township accounts for fiscal year 1997 at a fee of $12,200.
Res. 1998-1
__-__-1998
Appointing Kathleen R. Goldhahn as Township Manager for the calendar year 1998.
Res. 1998-2
__-__-1998
Appointing Edward Donnelly as Chief of Police with specified terms and conditions of employment.
Res. 1998-3
__-__-1998
Appointing William Wiegman as Lieutenant of Police with specified terms and conditions of employment.
Res. 1998-5
__-__-1998
Authorizing the Finance Director to sell, assign and endorse for transfer, certificates representing stocks, bonds or other securities now registered or hereafter registered in the name of Lower Southampton Township.
Res. 1998-6
__-__-1998
Authorizing and directing the Township Manager to sign an agreement on the Township's behalf and authorizing and directing the Finance Director to attest the same.
Res. 1998-7
__-__-1998
Congratulating Gregory Hanlon for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
Res. 1998-8
__-__-1998
Proclaiming Robert Debias as the Lower Southampton 1990 local government volunteer of the year.
Res. 1998-9
__-__-1998
Proclaiming Joe Olenski as the Lower Southampton 1998 athletic, civic and service volunteer of the year.
Res. 1998-10
__-__-1998
Proclaiming Joseph Lanzendorfer as the Lower Southampton 1998 emergency service volunteer of the year.
Res. 1998-11
__-__-1998
Proclaiming Jonathan Tyburski as the Lower Southampton 1998 male athlete of the year.
Res. 1998-12
__-__-1998
Proclaiming Heather McGinty as the Lower Southampton 1998 female athlete of the year.
Res. 1998-14
5-13-1998
Increasing the mileage reimbursement rate for the use of personal vehicles for approved Township business in conformity with the Internal Revenue Service standard mileage rate then in effect.
Res. 1998-15
6-17-1998
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 1998-16
6-17-1998
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 1998-17
7-15-1998
Joining in the Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement by and among the Municipal Utility Alliance and all other Local Governments signatory to said Agreement.
Res. 1998-18
8-12-1998
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 1998-19
10-14-1998
Expressing deep regrets and sincere sympathy concerning the death of Robert Seely, Sr.
456
1-4-1999
Authorizing participation in a multi-agency special reaction team pursuant to the Intergovernmental Cooperation Law, Act of December 19, 1996, P.L. 1159, No. 177, and establishing an effective date.
Res. 1999-1
1-4-1999
Appointing the accounting firm of Bee, Bergvall and Company to audit the Township accounts for fiscal year 1998 at a fee of $12,000.58.
Res. 1999-3
2-24-1999
Appointing Edward Donnelly as Chief of Police of Lower Southampton Township based on certain terms and conditions.
Res. 1999-4
2-24-1999
Appointing William Wiegman as Lieutenant of Police of Lower Southampton Township based on certain terms and conditions.
Res. 1999-5
1-27-1999
Authorizing and directing the Township Manager to sign any and all PennDOT agreement on behalf of the Township and authorizing and directing the Finance Director to attest the same.
Res. 1999-6
1-27-1999
Thanking Joseph J. O'Keefe, Sr., and J. Kelly Link for their donation of over $13,000 to the Jake Waltman fund.
Res. 1999-7
1-27-1999
Honoring and recognizing Charles Nixon for his outstanding service to the Township and the community.
Res. 1999-8
1-27-1999
Honoring Edward "Duke" Donnelly and expressing thanks and pride in his accomplishments which bring recognition to the Police Department of the Township.
Res. 1999-9
3-1-1999
Developing the Lower Southampton Township Y2K Action Plan.
Res. 1999-11
3-1-1999
Expressing deepest appreciation for all the community service that Isabelle Clark has done over the years for Lower Southampton Township.
Res. 1999-12
3-24-1999
Declaring intent to follow the procedures for disposition of records as set forth in the retention and disposition schedule for records of Pennsylvania municipalities issued on May 17, 1982, and amended July 16, 1993.
Res. 1999-13
3-24-1999
Setting forth a policy for Township employees who are members of a volunteer fire company.
Res. 1999-15
4-21-1999
Congratulating the Feasterville Business Men's Association on its fiftieth anniversary year.
Res. 1999-17
4-21-1999
Proclaiming Maggie Lachat as the Lower Southampton 1999 Local Government Volunteer of the year.
Res. 1999-18
4-21-1999
Proclaiming Sandy Stout as the Lower Southampton 1999 Athletic, Civic and Service Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 1999-19
4-21-1999
Proclaiming Mark Kramer as the Lower Southampton 1999 Emergency Service Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 1999-20
4-21-1999
Proclaiming Chistina Keating as the Lower Southampton 1999 Female Athlete of the Year.
Res. 1999-21
5-26-1999
Commending John Krimmel and Ray Branden for their service to the citizens of Lower Southampton Township as police officers.
Res. 1999-22
5-26-1999
Commending Gerry Scott for his service to the citizens of Lower Southampton as a police officer.
Res. 1999-23
5-26-1999
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 1999-24
7-14-1999
Honoring Robert J. Brooks, Jr., for his attaining his Eagle Scout Badge.
Res. 1999-26
7-14-1999
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 1999-27
7-14-1999
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 1999-28
9-8-1999
Resolving that it is the policy of Lower Southampton Township to maintain a working environment for employees free from sexual harassment.
Res. 1999-29
9-8-1999
Resolving to strictly follow a policy of nondiscrimination in all employment policies, practices and other aspects of employment.
Res. 1999-30
8-11-1999
Congratulating Albert Legeman on receiving the Normandy Medal of Jubilee.
Res. 1999-31
9-8-1999
Honoring Daniel Sherwood for his attaining his Eagle Scout Badge.
Res. 1999-33
10-13-1999
Authorizing Susanne McKeon, Township Manager, to execute for and in behalf of the Township all required forms and documents for the purpose of obtaining financial assistance under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act.
Res. 1999-34
10-13-1999
Entering into an intergovernmental agreement with the Townships of Bensalem, Bristol, Falls, Lower Makefield and Middletown and the Boroughs of Bristol, Morrisville, Penndel and Tullytown to form the group T.A.G., Towns Against Graffiti.
Res. 1999-35
10-13-1999
Authorizing the County of Bucks to execute for and in behalf of the Township all required forms and documents for the purpose of obtaining financial assistance for the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act.
Res. 1999-36
11-10-1999
Honoring Joseph C. Orzechowski for attaining his Eagle Scout Badge.
Res. 1999-37
11-3-1999
Adopting the Lower Southampton Township's Emergency Preparedness/Civil Defense Plan, also known as the Emergency Management Plan.
Res. 2000-1
1-3-2000
Appointing the accounting firm of Bee, Bergvall and Company to audit the Township accounts for fiscal year 1999 at a fee of $13,700.
Res. 2000-2
1-26-2000
Honoring Sergeant William Stevenson for his loyal service and for his contributions to the law enforcement system.
Res. 2000-3
1-26-2000
Commending Officer Raymond Young for putting his life on the line for the citizens of Lower Southampton Township.
Res. 2000-4
1-26-2000
Determining that William Stevenson is total disabled.
Res. 2000-5
2-23-2000
Congratulating the Tri-County Band on its fiftieth anniversary year.
Agmt. 3-22-2000
3-22-2000
Forming the Bucks county Special Reaction Team Committee for the purposes of organizing, financing and operating a SRT.
Res. 2000-6
3-22-2000
Disposing of records from license and inspections and finance per Res. 1999-12.
Res. 2000-8
4-26-2000
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 2000-9
4-19-2000
Proclaiming Ginny Kraft as the Lower Southampton 2000 Emergency Service Volunteer of the year.
Res. 2000-10
4-19-2000
Proclaiming Joseph Lennon as the Lower Southampton 2000 Local Government Volunteer of the year.
Res. 2000-11
4-19-2000
Proclaiming Billy Doyle as the Lower Southampton 2000 Athletic, Civic and Service Volunteer of the year.
Res. 2000-13
6-14-2000
Honoring Anthony Bolger for attaining his Eagle Scout Badge.
Res. 2000-14
6-14-2000
Honoring Phillip Dorosky for attaining his Eagle Scout Badge.
Res. 2000-15
6-14-2000
Honoring Bill Wiegman, III for attaining his Eagle Scout Badge.
Res. 2000-16
6-14-2000
Honoring Daniel Pipito for attaining his Eagle Scout Badge.
Res. 2000-18
__-__-2000
Supporting the application of the Heritage Conservancy to the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to create a River Conservation Plan.
Res. 2000-19
__-__-2000
Authorizing the Finance Director to execute a Lease Purchase Agreement with Harco Leasing Company, Inc.
Res. 2000-20
__-__-2000
Authorizing and directing the Township Manager to sign a Highway Safety Project Grant.
Res. 2000-21
__-__-2000
Appointing the accounting firm of Bee, Bergvall and Company to audit the Township accounts for fiscal year 2000 at a fee of $13,700.
Res. 2000-22
__-__-2000
Authorizing and directing the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to sign a Traffic Signal Maintenance Agreement.
Res. 2000-23
__-__-2000
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 2000-24
__-__-2000
Authoring the Township Manager to sign the signature page of grant application and grant agreement for pool renovations on behalf of the applicant.
Res. 2000-25
__-__-2000
Expressing appreciation to Carol Piechowiak for her contribution to Neshaminy School District and Lower Southampton.
Res. 2000-29
__-__-2000
Adopting the Municipal Open Space Plan in its entirety.
Res. 2001-1
1-24-2001
Adopting a resolution requesting the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Officials to seek legislation to require the Pennsylvania Game Commission to notify any municipality when a license has been issued for wild or exotic animals.
Res. 2001-2
1-24-2001
Adopting a resolution requesting the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Official seek legislation to adjust the liquid fuels allocation formula to provide addition funds based on the number of traffic signals in a municipality on State roads.
Res. 2001-3
1-24-2001
Closing out Keystone Grant Project (Key-Tag-3-120).
Res. 2001-4
3-14-2001
Revoking Res. 1986-56, Initial Appointment Regulations as the official policy of Lower Southampton Township.
Res. 2001-5
3-14-2001
Commending Officer Michael Wojnar for his excellent police work, bringing credit to the Lower Southampton Police Department.
Res. 2001-6
4-18-2001
Proclaiming Terry Frost, Sr., as the Lower Southampton 2001 Emergency Service Volunteer of the year.
Res. 2001-7
4-18-2001
Proclaiming Jennifer Yori as the Lower Southampton 2001 Local Government Volunteer of the year.
Res. 2001-8
4-18-2001
Proclaiming John DiCesare as the Lower Southampton 2001 Athletic, Civic and Service Volunteer of the year.
Res. 2001-10
5-9-2001
Extending the grant from the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) KEY-PRD- 3-121, the Playwicki Farm Trail Project to May 28, 2002.
Res. 2001-11
5-23-2001
Resolving to create a new Township Library at 1983 Bridgetown Pike, using such grant money as may be available, and also resolving to provide the balance of funds as may be necessary using the full faith, credit and taxing power of the Township.
Res. 2001-12
6-13-2001
Authorizing the Township Manager to execute the grant application for a Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund Library Grant.
Res. 2001-14
6-13-2001
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 2001-15
6-13-2001
Consenting to be the Lead Agency for the Communities That Care process for the municipalities in the Neshaminy Catchment Area, and authorizing the Township Manager to execute any agreement, contract or grant applications.
Res. 2001-16
6-27-2001
Commending Corporal Frank Leonhardt, Officers Lou Montalbano, Jennifer Rotundo, Shane Hearn, Ted Krimmel, Chris Koehlein and Michael Wojnar for putting their lives on the line for the citizens of Lower Southampton Township.
Res. 2001-17
6-27-2001
Entering into a lease agreement with Sun Trust Leasing Corporation for the purchase of a street sweeper and 2 police vehicles in the amount of $174,911 with interest being $13,387.80 over a 4-year period.
Res. 2001-18
7-18-2001
Adopting the Deferred Compensation Plan as the true and proper act of the Corporation and directing the Finance Director and the Secretary to execute and attest the Plan and any related documents so as to certify the Plan as the act of the Corporation.
Res. 2001-19
8-15-2001
Supporting Tri-Hampton Rescue Squad in any application for property, materials or funding.
Res. 2001-21
9-26-2001
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 2001-22
10-24-2001
Appointing the firm of Bee, Bergvall & Company to audit the Township accounts for fiscal year 2001 at a fee of $4,250 for Pension Plans and $10,450 for the Township and library.
Res. 2001-24
10-24-2001
Recognizing those citizens who contributed their great effort to alleviate the suffering of the survivors of the September 11, 2001 tragedy by collecting funds for their benefit.
Res. 2001-25
11-14-2001
Authorizing an intergovernmental agreement for the Multi-Jurisdictional Community Offenders Clean-Up Program.
Res. 2001-26
11-14-2001
Approving the filing of an application for a Municipal Land Acquisition Grant under the Municipal Open Space Program and authorizing and directing Susanne McKeon to execute and file the appropriate forms with the Bucks County Open Space Review Board.
Res. 2001-27
11-14-2001
Resolving to purchase the Dolphin Swim Club, using such grant money as may be available, and also resolving to provide the balance of funds as may be necessary using the full faith, credit and taxing power of the Township.
Res. 2001-28
12-12-2001
Approving, adopting and placing into immediate effect the Emergency Operations Plan of Lower Southampton Township.
Res. 2001-31
12-19-2001
Congratulating the Neshaminy Redskins football team, cheerleaders, marching band, coaches and all students, teachers and administrators on their State Championship accomplishment.
Res. 2002-1
1-7-2002
Recognizing and thanking Michael Gallagher for his conscientious service to the Township and people of Lower Southampton and commending his exemplary efforts.
Res. 2002-3
1-23-2002
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 2002-4
2-13-2002
Commending Officer Matthew Bowman for his aggressive patrol activity, quick action, professionalism, response to a dangerous situation, attention to Officer safety and for the apprehension and arrest of a robbery suspect bringing credit to the Lower Southampton Police Department.
Res. 2002-5
2-13-2002
Commending Officer Shane Hearn for his quick response to a crime in progress and his excellent police work in catching a felony burglary suspect, bringing credit to the Lower Southampton Police Department.
Res. 2002-6
2-13-2002
Commending Paul Williamson for his quick response to a robbery in progress and notifying the Police of the description of suspect and the vehicle he was driving.
Res. 2002-7
2-13-2002
Commending the following firefighters: Glenn Seymour, Mike Hutchinson, Sr., Mike Hutchinson, Jr., Scott Shore, Hugh McCaughey, Jim McKeon, Frank Walter, Jr. and Jim Longmore from Feasterville Fire Company, Nick Owarzani, Mike Stum, Steve Krippel and Trish Krippel from Lower Southampton Fire Dept. and Jim Furey and Chris Defortuna from Southampton Fire Company for their quick response, and lack of fear to put themselves in physical danger to perform rescues at Ridgecrest Nursing Home on October 6, 2001.
Res. 2002-8
2-13-2002
Commending the following police officers from Lower Southampton: Corporal Frank Leonhardt, Officers John T. Krimmel, Christopher Koehnlein, George Jolly, Michael Wojnar and Shane Hearn for their quick response who put themselves in imminent physical danger from heat and smoke while rescuing residents of Ridgecrest Nursing Home on October 6, 2001.
Res. 2002-9
2-13-2002
Approving an agreement with Upper Southampton Township to share the cost of a traffic signal at Street Road and Stump Road.
Res. 2002-10
3-13-2002
Authorizing the use of a Community Block Grant to renovate Carriage House at Playwicki Farm and street improvements.
Res. 2002-11
5-8-2002
Honoring Dennis P. Curran, Jr. for attaining his Eagle Scout Badge.
Res. 2002-12
5-8-2002
Authorizing the Township Manager to execute the grant application for a Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund Library Grant.
Res. 2002-13
5-29-2002
Adopting application for permit to install and operate flashing warning devices at Bridgetown Pike and Elmwood Avenue/Westfield Road to say "Intersection Ahead."
Res. 2002-14
5-29-2002
Resolving to use the property at 1939 Bridgetown Pike as a Township library for 50 years or the useful life of the project to be funded by the Keystone Grant, whichever is shorter.
Res. 2002-15
6-26-2002
Proclaiming James (Jim) Elgert as the Lower Southampton 2002 Emergency Service Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 2002-16
6-26-2002
Proclaiming Gabriel Vinokur as the Lower Southampton 2002 Local Government Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 2002-17
6-26-2002
Proclaiming Bob Sterner as the Lower Southampton 2002 Athletic, Civic and Service Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 2002-18
7-17-2002
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 2002-19
7-17-2002
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 2002-20
8-14-2002
Authorizing the Township Manager to sign a grant application and grant agreement on behalf of the Township.
Res. 2002-21
10-9-2002
Authorizing the Township Manager to sign a grant application and grant agreement on behalf of the Township.
Res. 2002-24
12-11-2002
Appointing the firm of Bee, Bergvall & Company to audit the Township accounts for fiscal year 2001 at a fee of $4,250 for Pension Plans and $10,650 for the Township and library.
Res. 2003-1
1-6-2003
Authorizing the Township Manager to execute the grant application from Commonwealth Libraries for a Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund grant to renovate 1983 Bridgetown Pike for Township library in the amount of $275,000.
Res. 2003-2
1-6-2003
Authorizing the Township Manager to apply for a Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program in the amount of $1,245,105 for a new library at 1983 Bridgetown Pike.
Res. 2003-6
2-26-2003
Commending the employees of the Public Works Department for their extraordinary effort and superior performance in clearing roads and insuring the safety of the Township residents during the President's Day storm, February 16 through February 17, 2003.
Res. 2003-8
3-12-2003
Adopting the Township Comprehensive Master Plan, dated December, 2002.
Res. 2003-12
4-16-2003
Giving thanks to the citizens and organizations of the Township for their outstanding community service and support for the raising of over $7,000 for the families of military troops.
Res. 2003-13
5-28-2003
Approving and placing into effect the emergency operations plan of the Township.
Res. 2003-14
5-28-2003
Declaring Sunday, June 1, 2003 to be "Mr. Budd" day in honor of Charles Benneman for his community service and community spirit over many years in the Township.
Res. 2003-20
9-10-2003
Authorizing the Township Manager to execute a grant application for a Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program to renovate the 1983 Bridgetown Pike for a Township library.
Res. 2003-21
9-24-2003
Proclaiming Nicole Harbison as the Lower Southampton Township 2003 Local Government Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 2003-22
9-24-2003
Proclaiming Tony Crooks as the Lower Southampton Township 2003 Athletic, Civic and Service Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 2003-23
9-24-2003
Proclaiming Wayne White as the Lower Southampton Township 2003 Emergency Service Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 2003-24
9-24-2003
Directing the Cable Advisory Board to prepare the necessary forms and regulations to be submitted and adopted by the Township to become a certified franchising authority to regulate cable rates and equipment to the extent permitted by applicable law.
Res. 2003-25
9-24-2003
Authorizing application to the 2003 Bucks County CDBG Program for funding assistance from the 2003 Bucks County Community Development Block Grant Program.
Res. 2003-26
10-8-2003
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 2003-28
11-12-2003
Resolving to establish the Senior Citizens Task Force to identify areas of Township government that may assist Seniors and improve their quality of life, and appointing 5 citizens to carry out this task. (Repealed by Res. No. 2011-19.)
Res. 2003-31
11-19-2003
Authorizing the Tax Collector to assess, collect and retain a fee not to exceed $30 for any check in payment of taxes returned to the Tax Collector's Depository institution for reasons including, but not limited to, nonsufficient funds, unavailable funds or account closed.
Res. 2003-33
12-10-2003
Appointing the accounting firm of Bee, Bergvall & Company to audit the Township accounts for fiscal year 2003 at a fee of $12,650 and $1,000 for completion of a single audit if necessary.
Res. 2003-34
12-17-2003
Commending Deputy Bucks County District Attorney Jennifer Buck, Bucks County Detective Terry Lachman and Acting Lieutenant Ray Weldie for their aggressive work in investigating and prosecuting the Roman Lungin case.
Res. 2003-35
12-17-2003
Commending Officer Louis Montalbano for his professionalism in an incident that had the potential for more serious consequences to both the actor and the police on the scene.
Res. 2003-36
12-17-2003
Commending Officer Jolly for his professionalism and compassion in dealing with an emotionally disturbed victim on an incident April 28, 2003.
Res. 2003-38
12-17-2003
Honoring Edward "Duke" Donnelly and congratulating him on his retirement from Lower Southampton, expressing thanks and pride in his accomplishments and wishing him well in his new career as Sheriff of Bucks County.
Res. 2004-1
1-28-2004
Authorizing the proper officers of the Board of Supervisors to execute an agreement with Central Tax Bureau of PA, Inc.
Res. 2004-2
2-11-2004
Agreeing to adhere to the rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission.
Res. 2004-4
3-24-2004
Commending Officer Montalbano for his display of tenacity, sound tactics and excellent observational skills.
Res. 2004-6
3-24-2004
Adopting the field use policy recommended by the Recreation Board.
Res. 2004-7
4-14-2004
Disposing records from Res. 1999-12 from the Lower Southampton Township Police Department, Public Works Department, Finance Department and SWBSWC information from the years 1993, 1994 and 1995.
Res. 2004-9
5-12-2004
Honoring Officers Brandon, Tracy and Newman for acting professionally and without hesitation to prevent what could have been a tragedy for the residents at 766 Bridgeview Road.
Res. 2004-10
5-12-2004
Proclaiming Kevin Shanley for his attaining his Eagle Scout Badge.
Res. 2004-11
5-12-2004
Proclaiming Edward Shannon as the Lower Southampton 2004 Local Governmental Volunteer of the year.
Res. 2004-12
5-12-2004
Proclaiming Randy Gallagher as the Lower Southampton 2004 Emergency Service Volunteer of the year.
Res. 2004-13
5-12-2004
Proclaiming Beverly Waterbury as the Lower Southampton 2004 Athletic, Civic and Service Volunteer of the year.
Res. 2004-15
6-9-2004
Approving the illegal connection inspection program and authorizing an amnesty from penalties and granting a reward of $50 for the verified removal of illegal connections to the sewer system.
Res. 2004-16
6-23-2004
Appointing Middle Atlantic Inspections, Middle Department Inspection Agency, Inc., and United Inspection Agency, Inc, to be Lower Southampton Township's third party inspection agencies under the Uniform Construction Code.
Res. 2004-18
8-11-2004
Applying for reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act.
Res. 2004-19
8-11-2004
Adding Code Inspections, Inc. to the Lower Southampton Township third party inspection agency list under the Uniform Construction Code.
Res. 2004-20
8-11-2004
Disposing of Res. 1999-12 consent forms for medical treatment for minors from the year 1998 with regards to the Lower Southampton Athletic Association/G.A.L.S.
Res. 2004-21
9-22-2004
Proclaiming the appreciation of all citizens for Rabbi Maurice Novoseller and his long, distinguished career, congratulating him on his retirement and expressing the hope that he extends his legacy with his continuing contributions.
Res. 2004-22
10-13-2004
Authorizing the participation in PACC Automotive and Equipment Contract.
Res. 2004-24
11-10-2004
Adding Atlantic Inland Inspections to the Lower Southampton Township third party inspection agency list under the Uniform Construction Code.
Res. 2004-26
12-8-2004
Applying for reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act.
Res. 2004-27
12-8-2004
Supporting the Lower Neshaminy Creek Watershed Conservation Plan and listing the Lower Neshaminy Creek Watershed and its tributaries on the Pennsylvania Rivers Registry.
Res. 2005-3
1-26-2005
Fixing the compensation for the Tax Collector for the fiscal years commencing 2006.
Res. 2005-4
1-26-2005
Applying for reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act.
Res. 2005-5
1-26-2005
Fixing the rental of Tax Collector's office for the fiscal years commencing with 2005.
Res. 2005-7
2-23-2005
Authorizing and empowering the local Tax Collector, Berkheimer, to impose and retain costs of collection of delinquent taxes.
Res. 2005-8
2-23-2005
Authorizing the Environmental Advisory Council and the Lower Southampton Planning Commission to participate on the steering committee for the Poquessing Watershed Study.
Res. 2005-10
3-9-2005
Authorizing the Township Manager to sell, assign and endorse for transfer, certificates representing stocks, bonds, or other securities now registered and hereafter registered in the name of the Lower Southampton Township Police Pension Plan.
Res. 2005-11
3-9-2005
Authorizing an intermunicipal cooperative project to prepare the Churchville to Playwicki Greenway Link Plan as the first step in establishing a greenway along the Neshaminy Creek.
Res. 2005-12
3-9-2005
Applying for a $40,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for Heritage Conservancy.
Res. 2005-13
4-13-2005
Supporting the initiative to add the name of Armed Forces and Veterans Memorial Highway to Street Road and to provide commemorative signs.
Res. 2005-15
4-13-2005
Appointing the Township Manager as plan trustee, and appointing Robert Whartnaby, Alessandro Nicolo, Betty Curry and Sandra Hamilton as employees to the Non-Uniform Employee Pension Plan Committee.
Res. 2005-17
5-11-2005
Commending Detective Krimmel for his sound tactics and fast action on getting the information to other Police Departments to cause arrests to be made within minutes after certain robberies and for the recovery of all the money stolen in the 2 robberies.
Res. 2005-18
5-11-2005
Proclaiming May 13, 2005, to be Anthony Federov Day.
Res. 2005-20
8-10-2005
Proclaiming Florence Hardy as the Lower Southampton 2005 Athletic, Civic and Service Volunteer of the year.
Res. 2005-21
8-10-2005
Proclaiming Clyde Cobb as the Lower Southampton 2005 Local Government Volunteer of the year.
Res. 2005-22
8-10-2005
Proclaiming Barry Shore as the Lower Southampton 2005 Emergency Service Volunteer of the year.
Res. 2005-23
9-14-2005
Applying for reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act.
Res. 2005-24
9-14-2005
Authorizing the Public Works Director to sign an agreement.
Res. 2005-25
9-28-2005
Creating a Disabled Persons Advisory Board. (Repealed by Res. No. 2011-19.)
Res. 2005-26
9-28-2005
Authorizing Lower Southampton Township to enter into an intergovernmental agreement with other Townships and Boroughs for legal services for negotiation of an agreement with Verizon for cable television services.
Res. 2005-32
11-9-2005
Upon recommendation of the Chief of Police, adopting the appointment regulations as the official Promotion Policy of Lower Southampton Township.
Res. 2005-33
11-9-2005
Authorizing the Bucks County Planning Commission to prepare the Bucks County Hazard Mitigation Plan.
Res. 2005-35
11-30-2005
Appointing James Jones to a vacancy on the Non-Uniform Employee Pension Plan committee.
Res. 2005-37
12-21-2005
Proclaiming December 21, 2005 as Patricia A. Zambelli Day.
Res. 2006-1
2-8-2006
Applying for reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act.
Res. 2006-2
2-8-2006
Applying for reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act.
Res. 2006-3
2-8-2006
Applying for reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act.
Res. 2006-4
3-8-2006
Authorizing that all land development applications that are received by the Township Zoning Officer and/or Administration are to be reviewed by the law firm of Friedman, Schuman, Applebaum, Nemeroff, and McCaffery, P.C.
Res. 2006-5
2-22-2006
Supporting the immediate passage of the Voter-Verified Paper Ballot and Random Manual Audit Bill pending in the Pennsylvania State Legislature.
Res. 2006-6
3-8-2006
Confirming the following as Special Fire Police:
Feasterville Fire Company: Richard Thiboldeaux, Lori A. Ingram, Eugene Ingram, Sr., Mel Shapiro, Rick Woodmendier, George Diehl, Debby Diehl, Eugene Farr, Sr. Lower Southampton Fire Company: Terry L. Frost, Edith Floge, Bill McCardle, Ed Young.
Res. 2006-7
3-22-2006
Authorizing the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of said partner to sign the attached Agreement or Amendment on its behalf.
Res. 2006-8
4-5-2006
Honoring the Township Library staff and numerous volunteers over the past 50 years and congratulating them on the Fiftieth Anniversary for their dedication.
Res. 2006-9
4-5-2006
Honoring the Lower Southampton Fire Company #1 on their Seventy-fifth anniversary.
Res. 2006-10
4-5-2006
Proclaiming James Taylor as the Lower Southampton 2006 Emergency Service Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 2006-11
4-5-2006
Proclaiming Henry Carroll as the Lower Southampton 2006 Local Government Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 2006-12
4-5-2006
Proclaiming Joan O'Donnell as the Lower Southampton 2006 Athletic, Civic, and Service Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 2006-14
5-10-2006
Expressing appreciation for Harold "Zeke" Pizzo's long and faithful service, and congratulating him on a well-earned retirement.
Res. 2006-15
5-10-2006
Commending Sergeant Donald Leonard's actions in an incident on January 31, 2006, which demonstrated the highest level of compassion and professionalism.
Res. 2006-16
5-10-2006
Commending Sergeant Donald Leonard's actions in an incident on May 3, 2005 and recommending that he receive the Meritorious Service Award.
Res. 2006-17
5-10-2006
Commending Officer Gerald Scott for his professionalism in arresting Stephen Byrne on May 3, 2005.
Res. 2006-18
5-10-2006
Honoring Rita Williams for her 40 years of service as a crossing guard in all kinds of weather, helping children cross the street and in some instances having helped their parents cross the street many years before, and helping train new hires.
Res. 2006-19
5-10-2006
Honoring Kay Neuber for her 37 years of service as a crossing guard in all kinds of weather, helping children cross the street and in some instances having helped their parents cross the street many years before, and helping train new hires.
Res. 2006-20
6-14-2006
Designating the National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) as the Lower Southampton Township standard for incident management.
Res. 2006-24
6-28-2006
Stating opposition of both State and national franchising legislation.
Res. 2006-25
7-19-2006
Adopting the Lower Southampton Township Employee Non-Uniform Pension Fund Advisory Committee By-Laws.
Res. 2006-26
7-19-2006
Adopting the Lower Southampton Township Employee Deferred Compensation Plan Advisory Committee By-Laws.
Res. 2006-27
7-19-2006
Adopting the Lower Southampton Township Police Pension Plan Advisory Committee By-Laws.
Res. 2006-28
7-19-2006
Adopting the Investment Policy for the Lower Southampton Township Non-Uniformed Pension Plan.
Res. 2006-29
7-19-2006
Adopting the Investment Policy for the Lower Southampton Township Deferred Compensation Plan.
Res. 2006-30
7-19-2006
Adopting the Investment Policy for the Lower Southampton Township Police Pension Plan.
Res. 2006-31
8-16-2006
Appointing certain employees to the Police Pension Plan Advisory Committee.
Res. 2006-32
8-16-2006
Appointing certain employees to the Non-Uniformed Pension Advisory Committee.
Res. 2006-33
8-16-2006
Appointing certain employees to the Deferred Compensation Plan Advisory Committee.
Res. 2006-39
9-27-2006
Establishing an Equal Opportunity Employment policy in Lower Southampton Township; repealing any and all prior inconsistent resolutions or parts of resolutions; containing a savings clause; and providing for an effective date.
Res. 2006-40
9-28-2006
Authorizing application to the 2007 Bucks County CDBG Program.
Res. 2006-42
11-8-2006
Appointing the accounting firm of Zelenkofske Axelrod LLC to audit the Township accounts for the fiscal year 2006, at a fee of $14,250.
Res. 2006-43
11-15-2006
Resolving to establish the Animal Control Advisory Board to review complaints, seek out resources for assistance, research regulations, and recommend action to the Board of Supervisors, and, further, to appoint 5 citizens to carry out this task.
Res. 2006-44
12-13-2006
Commending and praising the Lower Southampton Honor Guard for their high standard of performance and awarding them a commendation for merit to be displayed as a streamer on the Honor Guard flag.
Res. 2006-45
12-13-2006
Praising the work and photography volunteered by Susan Dougherty and Marie Wallace for the Lower Southampton Honor Guard and awarding them civilian recognition.
Res. 2006-46
12-13-2006
Praising the generosity and availability of Enterprise Rent-a-Car helping the Lower Southampton Honor Guard and awarding them civilian recognition.
Res. 2006-47
12-13-2006
Commending Sergeant John Krimmel, Corporal Raymond Young, Officer Christopher Koehnlein and Officer Jeffrey Wilson for their quick actions and professionalism on May 10, 2006 in arresting Anwar Dempsey.
Res. 2006-48
12-13-2006
Commending Corporal Louis Montalbano and Officer Eric Landamia for their swift action and professionalism in arresting 2 suspects and awarding a Commendation of Merit for the August 28, 2006 incident.
Res. 2006-49
12-13-2006
Commending Officer Michael Wojnar for his fast action and professionalism in the June 16, 2006 incident.
Res. 2006-52
12-13-2006
Disposing of certain records.
Res. 2006-53
12-20-2006
Amending the 457(b) plan and trust, as previously established by the Board of Supervisors; providing for amendment to ensure the plan's compliance with tax-favored treatment of the plan pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code, and to comply with any provision of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended; repealing and replacing all prior inconsistent portions of the plan and trust as established by the Board; and further amending the terms, conditions and provisions of Res. 2001-18.
521
1-24-2007
Authorizing the participation of Lower Southampton Township in the Delaware Valley Health Insurance Trust pursuant to the Pennsylvania intergovernmental cooperation law.
Res. 2007-5
1-24-2007
Authorizing the Chairman and Secretary of Lower Southampton Township to execute the Trust Agreement and any other agreements necessary for its participation in the Delaware Valley Health Insurance Trust.
Res. 2007-6
2-28-2007
Appointing certain employees to the Police Pension Plan Advisory Committee.
Res. 2007-7
2-28-2007
Appointing certain employees to the Nonuniform Pension Advisory Committee.
Res. 2007-8
2-28-2007
Appointing certain employees to the Deferred Compensation Plan Advisory Committee.
Res. 2007-9
2-28-2007
Establishing a policy for Township employees who are members of a volunteer fire company
Res. 2007-10
4-11-2007
Establishing the Community Center Advisory Committee
Res. 2007-11
4-18-2007
Proclaiming Michael Kephart as the Lower Southampton 2007 Local Government Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 2007-12
4-18-2007
Proclaiming Dr. James H. Barrett as the Lower Southampton 2007 Civic, Service and Athletic Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 2007-13
4-18-2007
Proclaiming James P. McKeon as the Lower Southampton 2007 Emergency Service Volunteer of the Year.
Res. 2007-14
4-18-2007
Proclaiming Danielle Finley to be a Youth Service Award honoree, to recognize her for her constant hard work and to let all know that the Township is proud of such an outstanding Junior Citizen.
Res. 2007-15
4-18-2007
Proclaiming Ryan Brookes to be a Youth Service Award honoree, recognize him for his constant hard work and let all know that the Township is proud of such an outstanding Junior Citizen.
Res. 2007-16
4-18-2007
Honoring Michael Sanchez and Angelo Citino for their act of humanity, exemplifying the best attributes of good citizenship.
Res. 2007-17
5-9-2007
Commending Officer Steven Brookes and Officer Robert Freedman for their actions which demonstrate the highest level of compassion and professionalism. Officers Brookes and Freedman are a credit to themselves, the profession of a police officer and to the Lower Southampton Police Department, and are awarded a Commendation of Merit.
Res. 2007-18
5-9-2007
Commending Officer Christian Tracy's actions which demonstrate his professionalism as a Lower Southampton Police Officer.
Res. 2007-19
5-9-2007
Commending Officer Donald Leonard for his quick response, pursuit and apprehension of the 2 subjects.
Res. 2007-20
5-9-2007
Obtaining reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act, Act 120 of 1974.
Res. 2007-21
5-9-2007
Obtaining reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act, Act 120 of 1974.
Res. 2007-24
7-18-2007
Establishing a policy for use of the Township television broadcast facilities for the televising of public debates among candidates for elected Township office.
Res. 2007-25
9-26-2007
Disposing of certain records.
Res. 2007-26
9-26-2007
Authorizing and supporting the application for a municipal grant to fund the improvements to the Bridgetown Pike and Bustleton Pike Interconnect.
Res. 2007-27
9-26-2007
Authorizing and supporting the application for a municipal grant to fund the proposed purchase of emergency management and public safety equipment.
Res. 2007-28
9-26-2007
Authorizing and supporting the application for a municipal grant to fund the improvements to the traffic signal located at the intersection of Street Road and Central Street.
Res. 2007-29
9-26-2007
Authorizing and supporting the application for a municipal grant to fund the improvements to the Bustleton Pike.
Res. 2007-30
10-10-2007
Executing an agreement with Berkheimer and approving and adopting the rules and regulations prepared by Berkheimer to administer and enforce the earned income/net profits tax.
Res. 2007-31
10-10-2007
Executing an agreement with Berkheimer and approving and adopting the rules and regulations prepared by Berkheimer to administer and enforce the mercantile tax.
Res. 2007-32
10-10-2007
Executing an agreement with Berkheimer and approving and adopting the rules and regulations prepared by Berkheimer to administer and enforce the business privilege tax.
Res. 2007-33
10-10-2007
Executing an agreement with Berkheimer and approving and adopting the rules and regulations prepared by Berkheimer to administer and enforce the local services tax.
Res. 2007-34
10-10-2007
Authorizing and empowering the local Tax Collector, Berkheimer, to impose and retain costs of collection on delinquent taxes.
Res. 2007-35
10-10-2007
Appointing a liaison between the Township and Berkheimer, the duly appointed collector of business privilege tax, earned income tax, mercantile tax, and local services tax for the district, for the express purpose of sharing confidential tax information with the district for official purposes.
Res. 2007-36
10-10-2007
Appointing Berkheimer as the Township's tax hearing officer under and pursuant to the Local Taxpayer Bill of Rights for the express pursuant of adjudicating appeals thereunder.
Res. 2007-37
10-24-2007
Obtaining reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act, Act 120 of 1974
Res. 2007-38
10-24-2007
Submitting a proposal to PECO for funds to update the Playwicki Farm Master Plan; develop a management plan; conduct training; and design and install an educational sign.
Res. 2007-39
10-24-2007
Appointing an independent accounting firm to audit the Township accounts for fiscal year 2007 and 2008.
Res. 2007-43
12-12-2007
Authorizing the acceptance of a municipal grant program contract awarded by the redevelopment authority of the County of Bucks for $62,000 for the purchase of 1 dump truck with plow and spreader.
Res. 2007-44
12-12-2007
Authorizing the acceptance of a municipal grant program contract awarded by the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks for $36,000 for the Feasterville Fire Company to purchase one 2008 Ford Explorer.
Res. 2007-45
12-12-2007
Authorizing the acceptance of a municipal grant program contract awarded by the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks for $225,348 for the Tri-Hampton Rescue Squad to purchase 1 ambulance and related equipment.
Res. 2007-46
12-12-2007
Authorizing the acceptance of a municipal grant program contract awarded by the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks for $202,000 for Lower Southampton Fire Co. #1 to purchase 1 rescue ladder truck and tools.
Res. 2007-47
12-12-2007
Authorizing the acceptance of a municipal grant program contract awarded by the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks for $132,400 for the purchase of 2 traffic safety vans and related equipment.
Res. 2008-1
1-23-2008
Appointing certain employees to the Police Pension Plan Advisory Committee.
Res. 2008-2
1-23-2008
Appointing certain employees to the Nonuniform Pension Advisory Committee.
Res. 2008-3
1-23-2008
Appointing certain employees to the Deferred Compensation Plan Advisory Committee.
Res. 2008-4
2-13-2008
Obtaining reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act, Act 120 of 1974.
Res. 2008-5
3-26-2008
Appointing designated employees to the Police Pension Plan Advisory Committee.
Res. 2008-6
3-26-2008
Appointing designated employees to the Nonuniform Pension Advisory Committee.
Res. 2008-7
3-26-2008
Appointing designated employees to the Deferred Compensation Plan Advisory Committee.
Res. 2008-8
4-23-2008
Approving grant payment request of $62,029 for Ford F-550 dump truck from Municipal Grant Program Contract No. 2007-13.
Res. 2008-9
4-23-2008
Approving grant payment request of $62,123.61 for two 2008 Ford Econoline Cargo Vans from Municipal Grant Program Contract No. 2007-12.
Res. 2008-10
4-23-2008
Approving grant payment request of $36,000 for one 2008 Ford Explorer from Municipal Grant Program Contract No. 2007-16.
Res. 2008-11
4-23-2008
Approving grant payment request of $202,000 for 1 Rescue Ladder Truck from Municipal Grant Program Contract No. 2007-15.
Res. 2008-14
4-23-2008
Approving grant payment request of $2,000 for 1 Ambulance from Municipal Grant Program Contract No. 2007-14
Res. 2008-15
5-28-2008
Commending Sgt. Raymond Branden and Cpl. Raymond Young for their actions in an incident which demonstrates the highest level of professionalism from preventing the subject from seriously injuring himself and other officers on the scene. Sgt. Branden and Cpl. Young are a credit to themselves and to the Lower Southampton Police Department and are awarded a Commendation of Merit.
Res. 2008-16
5-28-2008
Commending Officer George Jolly for his actions in an incident which demonstrates his professionalism as a Lower Southampton Township Police Officer.
Res. 2008-17
5-28-2008
Commending Cpl. Louis Montalbano for his actions in an incident which demonstrates his professionalism as a Lower Southampton Police Officer.
Res. 2008-18
5-28-2008
Commending Officer George Jolly, Officer William Schmid and Sgt. Donald Leonard for their quick response to and taking control of a potentially deadly situation and bringing it to a peaceful conclusion.
Res. 2008-19
5-28-2008
Commending Chris Hawraney's fast-acting response and provision of immediate first aid attention to an officer down, and awarding a Civilian Commendation as grateful thanks for his actions and assistance.
Res. 2008-20
5-28-2008
Honoring and thanking George Kerner, and the staff and students of the Collision Repair Class at the Bucks County Technical High School for their partnership with the Lower Southampton Police Department in the past 3 years.
Res. 2008-21
5-28-2008
Honoring and thanking Bill Leonhauser owner of Penndel Auto Body for all their time and donations to partner with the Lower Southampton Township Police Department.
Res. 2008-22
5-28-2008
Commending Sgt. Donald Leonard, Officer George Jolly, Officer Kelly Schmid and Officer Robert Drechsel for their actions in an incident which demonstrate the highest level of professionalism for their fast action in arresting these felons and are a credit to themselves and the Lower Southampton Township Police Department.
Res. 2008-24
5-28-2008
Commend Thomas Banks, Jr., 10-year -old young man, for his fast action in telling his mother of smoke coming from a house at 58 Bertha Street and who in turn called 911 to report this fire.
Res. 2008-25
5-28-2008
Supporting the Churchville to Playwicki Environmental Education, Recreation and Greenway Link Plan.
Res. 2008-26
6-25-2008
Approving grant payment request of $38,664.64 for equipment purchased to out fit the previously purchased police vehicles under Municipal Program Contract No. 2007-12.
Res. 2008-28
6-25-2008
Expressing appreciation and gratitude for Bob Depew's service and dedication to our Township's residents, their youth and for making the Parks and Recreation Department what it is today and wish him all the luck in the world in his new career endeavor.
Res. 2008-29
6-25-2008
Appointing successor trustees to the Lower Southampton Township Police Employee Pension Trust.
Res. 2008-30
6-25-2008
Expressing appreciation and gratitude for 1st Lt. Luke James serving our Country and for protecting the American people, we wish you health, safety and God Speed on your re- deployment over seas.
Res. 2008-31
7-15-2008
Obtaining reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act, Act 120 of 1974.
Res. 2008-32
7-15-2008
Appointing successor trustees to the Lower Southampton Township 457(b) Plan and Trust.
Res. 2008-33
7-15-2008
Appointing successor trustees to the Lower Southampton Township Nonuniformed Employee Pension Trust.
Res. 2008-34
7-15-2008
Commending Mr. Charles Gerber for his actions in assisting the Lower Southampton Township Police Department.
Res. 2008-35
7-15-2008
Approving certain supplemental appropriations from the Township Liquid Fuels Fund, pursuant to 53 P.S. § 68202(e), for road maintenance purposes.
Res. 2008-36
7-15-2008
Approving payment request of $11,040 for personal protection equipment that is being purchased by the Tri-Hampton Rescue Squad being purchased under Municipal Program Contract No. 2007-14.
Res. 2008-39
8-13-2008
A resolution of the Lower Southampton Township, County of Bucks, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania payment request $142,802.94 for the ambulance, associated equipment and personal protection equipment of the Municipal Grant Program Contract Number 2007-14.
Res. 2008-40
8-13-2008
Authorizing participation and submittal of the PADEP greenhouse gas pilot joint application with Middletown, Lower Makefield and Falls Townships, Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Res. 2008-41
9-10-2008
Obtaining reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Act, Act 120 of 1974.
Res. 2008-43
9-10-2008
Intergovernmental agreement to participate in grant application for Towns Against Graffiti.
Res. 2008-44
Setting salary and compensation for Tax Collector
Res. 2008-45
9-24-2008
Authorizing application to Bucks County Redevelopment Authority for funds for fire department emergency generator
Res. 2008-46
9-24-2008
Authorizing application to Bucks County Redevelopment Authority for funds for police department mobile digital video equipment
Res. 2008-47
9-24-2008
Authorizing application to Bucks County Redevelopment Authority for funds for Tri-Hampton Rescue Squad radio communication equipment
Res. 2008-48
9-24-2008
Authorizing application to Bucks County Redevelopment Authority for funds for purchase of Fire Marshal's office hybrid vehicles
Res. 2008-49
9-24-2008
Authorizing application to Bucks County Redevelopment Authority for funds for Tri-Hampton Rescue Squad basic life support ambulance
Res. 2008-50
9-24-2008
Authorizing application to Bucks County Redevelopment Authority for funds for roadway improvements at intersection of Bridgetown Pike and Old Bristol Road
Res. 2008-51
9-24-2008
Authorizing application to Bucks County Redevelopment Authority for funds for new signal equipment for the intersection of Street Road and Central
Res. 2008-52
9-24-2008
Authorizing application to Bucks County Redevelopment Authority for funds for signal and pre-emption equipment at several intersections for emergency vehicles
Res. 2008-54
10-1-2008
Authorizing application to the 2009 Bucks County Community Development Block Grant Program
Res. 2008-56
10-22-2008
Authorization to sign agreement
Res. 2008-57
10-22-2008
Commendation to Matt Fleck for service as member of Tri-Hampton Rescue Squad
Res. 2008-58
10-22-2008
Commendation to Sue Gorman for service a career member/EMT-B at Lower Southampton Station 114
Res. 2008-59
11-12-2008
Declaring the Township's intent to follow the procedures for disposition of records as set forth in the retention and disposition schedule for records of Pennsylvania Municipalities issued on November 12, 2008.
Res. 2008-60
11-12-2008
Commendation to Firefighter Chris Cummins for volunteer service
Res. 2008-61
11-12-2008
Request for payment from grant program funds
Res. 2008-62
11-12-2008
Request for payment from grant program funds
Res. 2008-63
11-12-2008
Commendation to firefighters
Res. 2008-64
11-12-2008
Commendation to firefighters
Res. 2008-65
11-12-2008
Commendation to firefighters
Res. 2008-67
11-12-2008
Commendation to outgoing school superintendent Paul Kadri
Res. 2009-1
1-28-2009
Commending outgoing Public Works Director Randy Behmke
Res. 2009-2
1-28-2009
Commending members of Fire Department's Quick Response Services
Res. 2009-3
1-28-2009
Appointments to Police Pension Plan Advisory Committee
Res. 2009-4
1-28-2009
Appointments to the Nonuniform Pension Advisory Committee
Res. 2009-5
1-28-2009
Appointments to the Deferred Compensation Plan Advisory Committee
Res. 2009-6
1-28-2009
Authorizing acceptance of a Municipal Grant Program contract for improvements to Street Road and Central Avenue intersection
Res. 2009-7
1-28-2009
Authorizing acceptance of a Municipal Grant Program contract for purchase and installation of pre-emption emitters
Res. 2009-8
1-28-2009
Authorizing acceptance of a Municipal Grant Program contract for purchase of generator for Feasterville Fire Company
Res. 2009-9
1-28-2009
Authorizing acceptance of a Municipal Grant Program contract for Tri-Hampton Rescue Squad to purchase communication system with GPS
Res. 2009-10
1-28-2009
Authorizing acceptance of a Municipal Grant Program contract for Police Department to purchase Data 911 mobile digital systems
Res. 2009-11
1-28-2009
Authorizing acceptance of a Municipal Grant Program contract for Fire Marshal to purchase hybrid vehicle
Res. 2009-12
2-11-2009
Request for payment of grant funds for hybrid vehicle
Res. 2009-13
2-11-2009
Application for funds under the Bucks County Municipal Open Space Program
Res. 2009-14
2-11-2009
Request for grant funds for construction of stormwater retention basins
Res. 2009-15
2-11-2009
Request for grant funds for stormwater drainage piping improvements
Res. 2009-16
2-11-2009
Request for grant funds for construction and installation of sanitary sewer system metering chamber pits
Res. 2009-17
3-11-2009
Resolution necessary for reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the Municipal Police Officers Education and Training Act
Res. 2009-18
3-11-2009
Commendation of Edward "Duke" Donnelly, Sheriff of Bucks County, named Feasterville Business Association Man of the Year
Res. 2009-19
3-11-2009
Commending Poquessing Middle School for production of "Beauty and the Beast"
Res. 2009-22
3-25-2009
Recognizing and commending Raymond H. Weldie, III on his retirement from the Police Department
Res. 2009-26
5-13-2009
Resolution to adopt the County Municipal Open Space Plan update
Res. 2009-28
6-10-2009
Commending Sergeant Michael Pennington
Res. 2009-29
5-27-2009
Resolution necessary for reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the Municipal Police Officers Education and Training Act
Res. 2009-30
6-10-2009
Commending Sergeant Ray Branden and Officer Brian Walter
Res. 2009-31
6-10-2009
Commending Beth Curry upon her retirement as payroll clerk
Res. 2009-32
6-10-2009
Resolution necessary for reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the Municipal Police Officers Education and Training Act
Res. 2009-33
6-10-2009
Resolution necessary for reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred pursuant to the Municipal Police Officers Education and Training Act
Res. 2009-34
6-10-2009
Declaring the Township's intent to follow the procedures for disposition of records as set forth in the retention and disposition schedule for records of Pennsylvania Municipalities issued on July 16, 1993.
Res. 2009-35 through 2009-37
6-10-2009
Request for payment from Municipal Grant Program funds
Res. 2009-38
6-10-2009
Enumeration of records being disposed of
Res. 2009-39
7-15-2009
Commending Timothy William Coyle for attaining his Eagle Scout Badge
Res. 2009-40 through 2009-42
7-15-2009
Request for payment from Municipal Grant Program funds
Res. 2009-43
7-15-2009
Enumeration of records being disposed of
Res. 2009-44
8-12-2009
Joining ICLEI as a full member and resolves to promote public awareness about the causes and impact of climate change
Res. 2009-45
8-12-2009
Authorization of signatories for payment requests for Redevelopment Authorities Grant Program
Res. 2009-47
9-9-2009
Enumeration of records being disposed of
Res. 2009-48 through 2009-55
9-23-2009
Acceptance of Municipal Grant Program contracts awarded by the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks
Res. 2009-56
9-23-2009
Intergovernmental agreement to apply for funding for the group T.A.G., Towns Against Graffiti.
Res. 2009-57
9-23-2009
Authorizing application to 2010 CDBG program
Res. 2009-60
10-28-2009
Establishment of operating reserve fund
Res. 2009-61
10-28-2009
Establishment of capital reserve fund
Res. 2009-62
11-10-2009
Establishment of sanitary sewer system capital reserve fund
Res. 2009-63
11-10-2009
Authorization to appoint independent accounting firm to audit 2009 Township accounts
Res. 2009-65
12-9-2009
Commending Michael Connelly for his service on Board of Supervisors
Res. 2009-66
12-9-2009
Commending Connie Birrane for her service on Board of Supervisors
Res. 2009-67 through 2009-71
12-9-2009
Acceptance of Municipal Grant Program contracts awarded by the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks
Res. 2010-1
1-4-2010
Establishing procedures related to police employee pension plan concerning qualified domestic relations orders
Res. 2010-3
1-27-2010
Commending Joe Blasch for his community service, including service as School Board Director for the Neshaminy School District
Res. 2010-5
1-27-2010
Appointments to Police Pension Plan Advisory Committee
Res. 2010-6
1-27-2010
Appointments to the Nonuniform Pension Advisory Committee
Res. 2010-7
1-27-2010
Appointments to the Deferred Compensation Plan Advisory Committee
Res. 2010-8
2-7-2010
Commending William A. McKenty for being named Feasterville Business Association Person of the Year
542
3-24-2010
Intergovernmental agreement for repair and repave of Stump Road
Res. 2010-10
4-14-2010
Commending firefighters for action at a fire
Res. 2010-11
4-14-2010
Commending Robert Rooney for his actions getting a homeowner out of her burning house
Res. 2010-12
4-14-2010
Commending Firefighter Max Jennings for his quick response
Res. 2010-13
4-14-2010
Authorization for the Bucks County Tax Collection Committee to apply for start-up grant funding
Res. 2010-14
5-12-2010
Commendation of Officer William "Kelly" Schmid for his actions while in an off-duty status
Res. 2010-15
5-12-2010
Commending Philadelphia Firefighter Greg Byers for his actions to save life of 4-year-old drowning boy
Res. 2010-16
5-12-2010
Commending Corporal Raymond Young for his demeanor and actions in bringing a domestic violence situation to peaceful conclusion
Res. 2010-17
5-12-2010
Commending Officer Kenneth Carman for his skills and dedication in apprehending a dangerous suspect
Res. 2010-18
5-26-2010
Removal and appointments as trustees of police employee pension plan
Res. 2010-19
9-22-2010
Adopting the personnel policy for the nonuniformed employees.
Res. 2010-20
7-14-2010
Resolution opposing any state measures or initiatives to mandate the forced merger or consolidation of local governments.
Res. 2010-23
9-22-2010
Intergovernmental agreement to apply for funding for the group T.A.G., Towns Against Graffiti.
Res. 2010-24 through 2010-38
9-22-2010
Authorization to submit applications for funding through the Bucks County Redevelopment Authority Municipal Grant Program.
Res. 2010-39
10-13-2010
Commending school nurse and teacher and administrator for their response when teacher collapsed on first day of school.
Res. 2010-40
10-13-2010
Commending firefighters for their quick response saving a young man and his dogs from burning house.
Res. 2010-41
10-13-2010
Commending the Lower Southampton Fire Department members for all the time they give in service to the community.
Res. 2010-42
10-27-2010
Appointing Keystone Tax Collection Group to collect Earned Income Tax beginning January 1, 2011.
Res. 2010-43
11-10-2010
Appointing accounting firm to audit Township records.
Res. 2010-45
11-17-2010
Commending Mark E. Hopkins for his service on the Board of Supervisors
Res. 2010-48 through 2010-51
12-8-2010
Approving amendment to Township pension plans.
Res. 2010-51 through 2010-65
12-8-2010
Acceptance of Municipal Grant Program contracts awarded by the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks
Res. 2011-1
1-3-2011
Establishment of Veterans Advisory Council
Res. 2011-2
1-26-2011
Pensions: money purchase pension plan amendment
Res. 2011-3
1-26-2011
Appointments to Police Pension Plan Advisory Committee
Res. 2011-4
1-26-2011
Appointments to the Nonuniform Pension Advisory Committee
Res. 2011-6
1-26-2011
Appointments to the Deferred Compensation Plan Advisory Committee
Res. 2011-8
2-9-2011
Commending Sandy Stout for her service to the Playwicki Farm Foundation and the Township
Res. 2011-10
3-9-2011
Commending Michael Wielehowski for being named Feasterville Business Association's Person of the Year.
Res. 2011-12
3-23-2011
Congratulating Brianne M. Hodgdon for Girl Scout Gold Award.
Res. 2011-13
3-23-2011
Congratulating Christen M. Savini for Girl Scout Gold Award.
Res. 2011-14
5-25-2011
Commending Detective Shane Hearn for his diligence over years to find and bring a suspect to justice for land scam.
Res. 2011-15
5-25-2011
Commending Officer Mark Cieslinski for his actions in apprehending a suspect
Res. 2011-16
5-25-2011
Commending police officers for their actions at scene of car accident and fire.
Res. 2011-17
5-25-2011
Commending William Bridge and Robert Noble for their response to get three accident victims out of pickup truck before fire.
Res. 2011-19
6-8-2011
Establishing the Disabled and Senior Citizens Advisory Board; repealing and replacing the Senior Citizen Task Force and the Disabled Persons Advisory Board.
Res. 2011-23
7-27-2011
Request of DEP to restore the "under 1,000 square feet" project exemption to the regulatory requirements of Act 167
Res. 2011-24
9-4-2011
Authorization to sign agreement
Res. 2011-25
9-14-2011
Recognizing Jared Michael Celona for attaining his Eagle Scout Badge
Res. 2011-26
9-27-2011
Congratulating Kirk & Nice Funeral Home for 250 years of service to the community
Res. 2011-27
9-27-2011
Intergovernmental agreement to apply for funding for the group T.A.G., Towns Against Graffiti.
Res. 2011-28 through 2011-39
9-27-2011
Authorization to submit applications for funding through the Bucks County Redevelopment Authority Municipal Grant Program.
Res. 2011-40
10-26-2011
Commending the members of the Lower Southampton Fire Department for their continuing service and especially efforts during recent storms
Res. 2011-41
10-26-2011
Resolution to apply for PECO funds to promote good health, exercise and wildlife viewing
Res. 2011-42
11-9-2011
Commending fire company, rescue squad and police department members for their response to attempt to aid a woman in full cardiac arrest
2011-43
11-9-2011
Commending the members of the Feasterville Fire Company for their continuing service and especially efforts during recent storms
2011-44
11-9-2011
Appointment of independent accounting firm to perform audit of Township accounts
Res. 2011-46
12-7-2011
Adoption of Bucks County 2011 Hazard Mitigation Plan
Res. 2011-47
12-7-2011
Adoption of Emergency Operations Plan
Res. 2011-48
12-7-2011
Pension plan amendment approved
Res. 2012-2 through 2012-9
1-3-2012
Acceptance of Municipal Grant Program contracts awarded by the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks
Res. 2012-10
1-25-2012
Appointments to Police Pension Plan Advisory Committee
Res. 2012-11
1-25-2012
Appointments to the Nonuniform Pension Advisory Committee
Res. 2012-12
1-25-2012
Appointments to the Deferred Compensation Plan Advisory Committee
Res. 2012-14
3-28-2012
Congratulating Jesse J. Martin for attaining rank as an Eagle Scout
Res. 2012-15
3-28-2012
Congratulating John K. Sauers for attaining rank as an Eagle Scout
Res. 2012-16
3-28-2012
Congratulating Timothy F. Curran for attaining rank as an Eagle Scout
Res. 2012-17
3-28-2012
Congratulating Daniel D. Williams IV for attaining rank as an Eagle Scout
Res. 2012-18
3-28-2012
Congratulating Richard Ryan Lees for attaining rank as an Eagle Scout
Res. 2012-19
3-28-2012
Commending Dan Maggiani on being named Feasterville Business Association's Person of the Year
Res. 2012-20
3-28-2012
Authorizing the acceptance of a matching grant program under DCNR to fund open space improvements at 1451 Bustleton Pike
Res. 2012-21
5-9-2012
Commending certain police officers for their actions in arresting several dangerous suspects
Res. 2012-22
5-9-2012
Commending Officer Christopher Koehnlein for his quick action in apprehending a robbery suspect
Res. 2012-23
5-9-2012
Commending Officer Mark Cieslinski for his quick action in apprehending a burglary suspect
Res. 2012-24
5-9-2012
Commending Detective Eric Landamia for his follow-up investigation that led to further arrests in burglary
Res. 2012-25
5-9-2012
Commending Officer Brian Walter for his action in performing lifesaving measures to treat another police officer
Res. 2012-27
5-9-2012
Disposing of certain records.
Res. 2012-28
5-23-2012
Disposing of certain records.
Res. 2012-30 through 2012-41
9-12-2012
Authorization to submit applications for funding through the Bucks County Redevelopment Authority Municipal Grant Program.
Res. 2012-42
9-12-2012
Commending Marian Gilbert for her service as Park and Recreation Department Director
Res. 2012-43
9-12-2012
Intergovernmental agreement to apply for funding for the group T.A.G., Towns Against Graffiti.
Res. 2012-45
9-26-2012
Commending Sara Comstock for her service on the Animal Control Advisory Board
Res. 2012-46
10-24-2012
Appointment of Building Inspection Underwriters Inc. – Regional Appeal Board as the board of appeals for UCC
Res. 2012-49
11-7-2012
Appointment of independent accounting firm to audit Township accounts
Res. 2013-1 through 2013-3
1-7-2013
Acceptance of Municipal Grant Program contracts awarded by the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks
Res. 2013-4
1-7-2013
Appointments to Police Pension Plan Advisory Committee
Res. 2013-5
1-7-2013
Appointments to the Nonuniform Pension Advisory Committee
Res. 2013-6
1-7-2013
Appointments to the Deferred Compensation Plan Advisory Committee
Res. 2013-7
1-23-2013
Commending Katrina Piotroski for being named Feasterville Business Association's Person of the Year
Res. 2013-8
1-23-2013
Terms of salary and compensation for elected Tax Collector
Res. 2013-13
3-27-2013
Authorization to sign application for traffic signal approval
Res. 2013-14
4-10-2013
Enumeration of disposed records
Res. 2013-15
5-8-2013
Recognition of efforts of Thomas Tacconelli to save neighbor in burning house
Res. 2013-16
5-22-2013
Recognition of Officer Gray Newman for his lifesaving efforts
Res. 2013-17
5-22-2013
Recognition of Corporal Raymond Young for his work in arresting two suspects
Res. 2013-18
5-22-2013
Commendation of Corporal Raymond Young and Office Brian Walter for their actions at traffic accident with fire
Res. 2013-19
5-22-2013
Commendation of Corporal Richard Shaffer and Officer William Schmid for their actions in rescuing a disabled person
Res. 2013-20
5-22-2013
Commendation of a number of officers of the Lower Southampton Police Department for their actions when police came under gunfire
Res. 2013-21
5-22-2013
Recognition of Officer Douglas Heiduk for his actions to remove a resident from a dwelling fire
Res. 2013-22
5-22-2013
Commendation of Detective Gerald Scott for following and detaining and later traveling to testify against a suspect while on vacation in Florida
Res. 2013-26
9-11-2013
Authorization to release escrow funds on account for Buck Hotel Land Development
Res. 2013-27 through 2013-41
9-25-2013
Authorization to submit applications for funding through the Bucks County Redevelopment Authority Municipal Grant Program
Res. 2013-42
9-25-2013
Intergovernmental agreement to apply for funding for the group T.A.G., Towns Against Graffiti
Res. 2013-43
9-4-2013
Authorization to sign agreement
Res. 2013-44
9-25-2013
Authorization to release balance letter of credit on account for Buck Hotel Land Development
Res. 2013-45
Proclamation of National Teen Driver Safety Week
Res. 2013-46
11-13-2013
Appointment of independent accounting firm to audit Township records
Res. 2013-48
11-13-2013
Authorization to sign agreement
Res. 2014-1
1-6-2014
Appointments to Police Pension Plan Advisory Committee
Res. 2014-2
1-6-2014
Appointments to the Nonuniform Pension Advisory Committee
Res. 2014-3
1-6-2014
Appointments to the Deferred Compensation Plan Advisory Committee
Res. 2014-4 through 2014-8
1-6-2014
Acceptance of Municipal Grant Program contracts awarded by the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks
565
5-28-2014
Intergovernmental agreement for repair and repaving
Res. 2014-11
3-12-2014
Honoring Dennis Markowitz for being named Feasterville Business Association's Person of the Year
Res. 2014-12
3-26-2014
Agreement to participate in the planning process of the Bucks County 2014 Hazard Mitigation Plan update
Res. 2014-13
3-26-2014
Authorizing payment of recurring monthly bills and expenses
Res. 2014-15
4-23-2014
Enumeration of disposed records
Res. 2014-16
4-23-2014
Honoring Nicole A. Savini for attaining her Girl Scout Gold Award
Res. 2014-17
5-14-2016
Commending Sergeant Louis Montalbano for his leadership ability and uncommon valor in handling a dangerous domestic situation
Res. 2014-18
5-14-2016
Commending Officers Stephen Castle and Jeffrey Wilson for their quick action in performing lifesaving measures at an accident scene
Res. 2014-19
5-14-2016
Commending Corporal Michael Wojnar for his quick action in providing information leading to the arrest of a serial bank robber
Res. 2014-20
5-14-2016
Honoring Chief William Wiegman, Jr., for his service and dedication in more than 40 years with the Township Police Department
Res. 2014-22
6-11-2014
Appointment of liaison between the Township and Berkheimer, appointed tax collector
Res. 2014-23
6-11-2014
Appointment of liaison between the Township and Berkheimer, appointed tax collector
Res. 2014-24
6-25-2014
Authorization to sign and submit application for traffic signal approval
Res. 2014-25
6-25-2014
Honoring Evan J. Reinhart for attaining his Eagle Scout badge
Res. 2014-27
7-23-2014
Authorization to sign agreement
Res. 2014-28 through 2014-31
9-23-2014
Authorization to submit applications for funding through the Bucks County Redevelopment Authority Municipal Grant Program
Res. 2014-32
9-23-2014
Intergovernmental agreement to participate in grant application for Towns Against Graffiti
Res. 2014-34
11-12-2014
Appointment of independent accounting firm to audit Township accounts
Res. 2014-36 through 2014-37
12-10-2014
Acceptance of Municipal Grant Program contracts awarded by the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks
Res. 2015-1
1-5-2015
Appointments to Police Pension Plan Advisory Committee
Res. 2015-2
1-5-2015
Appointments to the Nonuniform Pension Advisory Committee
Res. 2015-3
1-5-2015
Appointments to the Deferred Compensation Plan Advisory Committee
Res. 2015-5
2-11-2015
Honoring Ray Greenberg for being named Feasterville Business Association's Person of the Year
Res. 2015-6
1-28-2015
Congratulating Sharon Mannelli on her retirement from the Lower Southampton Police Administration Staff
Res. 2015-8
3-11-2015
Authorization to sign and submit application for traffic signal approval
Res. 2015-11
4-8-2015
Authorization to sign and submit application for traffic signal approval
Res. 2015-12
4-8-2015
Enumeration of disposed records
Res. 2015-15
5-13-2015
Commending Officer Douglas Heiduk and Sergeant Raymond Branden for their quick actions in arresting a burglary suspect
Res. 2015-16
5-13-2015
Commending Officers William Schmid and Stephanie Miller for their quick lifesaving actions during a house fire
Res. 2015-23 through 2015-29
9-23-2015
Authorization to submit applications for funding through the Bucks County Redevelopment Authority Municipal Grant Program
Res. 2015-30
9-23-2015
Intergovernmental agreement to participate in grant application for Towns Against Graffiti
Res. 2015-31
11-10-2015
Establishing policies and procedures governing the services of Township employees as volunteer firefighters
Res. 2015-32
11-10-2015
Appointment of independent accounting firm to audit Township accounts
Res. 2015-34 through 2015-39
12-9-2015
Acceptance of Municipal Grant Program contracts awarded by the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks
Res. 2016-1
1-4-2016
Appointments to Police Pension Plan Advisory Committee
Res. 2016-2
1-6-2016
Appointments to the Nonuniform Pension Advisory Committee
Res. 2016-3
1-6-2016
Appointments to the Deferred Compensation Plan Advisory Committee
574
2-24-2016
Intergovernmental agreement authorizing application for federal grant money to purchase body-worn cameras for police departments
Res. 2016-5
2-24-2016
Wishing Scottsville United Methodist Church a happy 150th anniversary
Res. 2016-6
3-23-2016
Honoring W. Bruce Beaton for being named Feasterville Business Association's Person of the Year
Res. 2016-7
4-27-2016
Enumeration of disposed records
Res. 2016-8
4-27-2016
Requesting the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to amend the Sterling Act to require that certain nonresident Philadelphia Wage Taxes paid by nonresidents of Philadelphia be remitted to the municipality in which the taxpayer resides
Res. 2016-10
4-27-2016
Authorization to sign and submit application for traffic signal approval
Res. 2016-11
5-11-2016
Commending Officer William Schmid for his quick action in arresting a vehicle-theft suspect without injury
Res. 2016-12
5-11-2016
Commending Officer Douglas Heiduk for his quick actions in his apprehension of three robbery suspects
Res. 2016-13
5-11-2016
Commending Corporal Jolly and Mr. David Cummings for their quick lifesaving actions during a house fire
Res. 2016-14
5-25-2016
Authorization to sign and submit application for traffic signal approval
Res. 2016-15
6-8-2016
Honoring Edith Floge and congratulating her for receiving the YWCA's Women Who Make a Difference Award
Res. 2016-18
9-14-2016
Congratulating Kathryn Neuber on her retirement from service as a Crossing Guard for the Neshaminy School District
Res. 2016-19
9-14-2016
Intergovernmental agreement to participate in grant application for Towns Against Graffiti
Res. 2016-20 through 2016-26
9-28-2016
Authorization to submit applications for funding through the Bucks County Redevelopment Authority Municipal Grant Program
Res. 2016-27
9-28-2016
Adoption of Bucks County 2016 Hazard Mitigation Plan

§ LE-5 Appendix E: Plan Approval.

Ord./Res.
Date
Subject
Res. 1987-1
1-4-1987
IFB DACW 61-98-B-0011 is approved for the flood control project at Poquessing Creek.
Res. 1987-7
4-8-1987
Subdivision plan for Frederick F. Karpinski.
Res. 1987-8
4-8-1987
Minor subdivision plan for Robert and Janet Snyder.
Res. 1987-9
4-8-1987
Subdivision plan for Tall Tree Estates, as revised 2/28/1987.
Res. 1987-20
6-10-1987
"Smith Minor Subdivision" plan.
Res. 1987-21
6-10-1987
Site development plan "Lot-8 Veit Industrial Park, Carl F. Haeussler, Jr.
Res. 1987-22
6-10-1987
Site development plan "Lot-9, Veit Industrial Park, Herman C. Veit."
Res. 1990-19
7-18-1990
Subdivision plan for Cedar Hollow.
Res. 1991-13
2-13-1991
Subdivision plan for Manor Creek Farms.
Res. 1993-7
4-14-1993
Subdivision plan for Csomo DiSandro.
Res. 1993-17
5-12-1993
Subdivision plan for John and Loretta Straka.
Res. 1993-18
5-12-1993
Addendum to escrow and development agreements between Lower Southampton Township and Manor Creek Farms.
Res. 1993-19
5-12-1993
Subdivision plan for John Menarde.
Res. 1993-22
6-23-1993
Development agreement for Cosmo DiSandro major subdivision.
Res. 1993-23
6-23-1993
Cash escrow agreement for Cosmo DiSandro major subdivision.
Res. 1994-4
3-23-1994
Minor subdivision plan for Warren Hunt.
Res. 1994-14
8-10-1994
Minor subdivision plan for Michael Alexander.
Res. 1994-16
9-28-1994
Minor subdivision plan for Brian Hodgdon.
Res. 1996-5
6-12-1996
Major subdivision plan for Samuel Braccia (Hampton Court Homes).
Res. 1996-7
1-24-1996
Subdivision plan for Swenson land development.
Res. 1996-21
6-26-1996
Development agreement for Edelweiss Development Corporation.
Res. 2003-5
1-15-2003
Minor subdivision plans for Anthony B. Silvano.
Res. 2003-9
3-26-2003
Adopting and submitting to the Department of Environmental Protection for its approval as a revision to the "Official Sewage Facilities Plan" for the sewer tap ins and individual onlot systems in the subdivision of land known as Greenway Development.
Res. 2003-10
3-26-2003
Minor subdivision plans for David Platt, Map Parcels 21-009-150, 21-00-151, 21-009-153 and 21-009-153-1, plans dated June 21, 2002, last revised February 11, 2003.
Res. 2003-11
3-26-2003
Minor subdivision plans for Donald and Dolores Hanlon.
Res. 2003-15
5-28-2003
Adopting and submitting to the Department of Environmental Protection for its approval as a revision to the "Official Sewage Facilities Plan" for the sewer tap ins and individual onlot systems in the subdivision of land known as Greenway Development, Hidden Pond.
Res. 2003-16
6-25-2003
Major subdivision plans for Hidden Pond, Map Parcels 21-004-008 and 21-008-004, plans dated January 10, 2002, last revised December 20, 2003.
Res. 2003-17
7-16-2003
Major subdivision plans for John Arch, Granda Flora Estates, Map Parcel 21-005-003, plans dated January 3, 2001, last revised March 31, 2003.
Res. 2003-18
8-13-2003
Major subdivision plans for Mar Mar Builders, Inc, Map Parcel 21-020-039, plans dated June 7, 2002, last revised January 31, 2003.
Res. 2003-27
10-8-2003
Major subdivision plans for David Platt, Map Parcels 21-9-150, 21-9-151, 21-9-152 and 21-9-153-1, plans dated November 21, 2002, last revised September 12, 2003.
Res. 2003-30
12-10-2003
Major subdivision plans for Walnut Ridge/County Builders, Map Parcels, 21-009-0153 and 21-013-001, plans dated May 5, 2002, last revised February 28, 2003. Also approving the street names of Ashely Drive, Dukes Way and Sunrise Drive.
Res. 2003-39
12-17-2003
Minor subdivision for Anthony Cipriano, Map Parcel 21-16-177, plans dated August 1, 2003.
Res. 2004-3
2-11-2004
Minor subdivision for the estate of Madeline W. Kent, Map Parcel 21-10-68-1 and 21-10-69, plans dated April 29, 2002, last revised November 18, 2002.
Res. 2004-8
4-14-2004
Land development for the Assumption B.V.M. Church Gymnasium, Map Parcel 21-020-037, plans dated November 7, 2003.
Res. 2004-14
6-9-2004
Land development for Loretta, L.P., Map Parcel 21-4-029, plans dated September 5, 2003.
Res. 2004-17
7-14-2004
Land development for Feasterville Realty/Village, Map Parcel 21-11-38-2, plans dated July 19, 2002, last revised April 23, 2003.
Res. 2004-23
10-13-2004
Land development for Sunset Memorial Park, Map Parcel 21-5-5, plans dated October 2, 2003, last revised February 6, 2004.
Res. 2004-29
12-8-2004
Land development for Brian's Towing, Map Parcel 21-12-303-1, plans dated July 2, 2003.
Res. 2005-1
1-12-2005
Amended final land development for Industrial Battery, Map Parcel 21-23-17-1, plans dated August 15, 2001, last revised June 10, 2004.
Res. 2005-2
4-13-2005
Final land development for Jackson Feasterville, L.P./Walgreens, Map Parcel 21-7-186 and 21-7-187, plans dated April 14, 2004, last revised September 7, 2004.
Res. 2005-14
3-23-2005
Final major subdivision and land development for Tabmar Development, Inc., Map Parcel 21-23-5, 21-23-5-1 and 21-23-6, plans dated July 22, 2002, last revised February 24, 2004.
Res. 2005-16
4-27-2005
Final land development for Buck Properties, Map Parcel 21-7-158, plans dated February 9, 2001, last revised August 15, 2003.
Res. 2005-19
6-22-2005
Final major subdivision for Peter Penna, Map Parcel 21-20-23, plans dated June 14, 2002, last revised May 20, 2003.
Res. 2005-34
11-16-2005
Preliminary and final land development for Dicarleo, Inc., Map Parcel 21-023-016, plans dated October 5, 2004.
Res. 2006-34
8-16-2006
Accepting and approving a minor subdivision/lot line change for Leona Cobleigh, 40 Valley View Drive, Tax Map Parcels 21-33-15 and 21-33-1616, plans dated May 7, 2004, last revised May 1, 2005.
Res. 2006-35
9-13-2006
Accepting a "Street Name Change Plan" dated August 25, 2006 for the Estate at Bridgetown Knoll, formerly know as the Peter Penna Major Subdivision. This subdivision has been previously recorded in Plan Book 330, Page 60. The Recorded Plan is titled "Plan of Subdivision prepared for Peter Penna" dated June 14, 2002, as last revised January 1, 2005.
Res. 2006-41
10-11-2006
Approving the major subdivision plans for Walnut Ridge/County Builders, Tax Map Parcels, 21-009-153 and 21-013-001, with plans dated May 5, 2002, last revised February 28, 2003.
Res. 2007-2
1-24-2007
Approving the minor subdivision/lot line change for Thomas J. & Christine O'Brien and Robert A. & Deborah Weber, 429 Larchwood Avenue and 424 Linden Avenue, Tax Map Parcels 21-16-245 & 21-16-246 plans dated October 29, 2005.
Res. 2007-3
1-24-2007
Approving the preliminary and final land development for William Hanson, 467 East Myrtle Avenue, Tax Map Parcel 21-016-289, plans dated February 14, 2006.
Res. 2008-23
5-28-2008
Amending final land development plan for ABC Supply Co., Inc., 99 Buck Road, Huntingdon Valley, Tax Map Parcel 21-001-013, plans dated October 7, 2003, last revised June 6, 2006.
Res. 2008-66
11-12-2008
Acceptance of final plans for major subdivision for New Colonial Realty, Tax Map parcels 21-009-139 and 21-009-140.
Res. 2009-23
4-7-2009
Acceptance of final plans for Feasterville Water Storage Tank, 376 Pike Road, Huntingdon Valley, Tax Map parcels 21-001-002-9 and 21-001-002-1.
Res. 2009-24
4-7-2009
Acceptance of preliminary and final plan approval for Siles Pump Station pole barn, 2280 Brownsville Road, Langhorne, Tax Map parcels 21-023-158-001 and 21-023-158-16.
Res. 2009-25
4-22-2009
Acceptance of preliminary and final land development plans for J & J Properties Associates, LLC, KeyCon, Inc. Tax Map parcel 21-021-004.
Res. 2009-46
8-12-2009
Acceptance of preliminary and final land development plan and subdivision approval for County Builders, Inc., Walnut Grove, Tax Map parcels 21-9-150, 21-9-153 and 21-9-153-1.
Res. 2009-58
10-14-2009
Acceptance of preliminary and final land development plans for Westcott Steel, Inc., 425 Andrews Road, Trevose, Tax Map parcel 21-023-017-003 and 21-023-017-004.
Res. 2010-2
1-4-2010
Acceptance of final minor subdivision plan for Demetrius Casillas, Tax Map parcels 21-035-124 and 21-035-135.
Res. 2011-9
2-9-2011
Accepting the final plan for Tom Snyder, 130 Elmwood Avenue, Feasterville, Tax Map parcel 21-012-325.
Res. 2011-20
6-22-2011
Accepting the final minor subdivision plan for Leonard and Carol Ridge, Tax Map parcel 21-016-387 and 21-016-387-001.
Res. 2011-21
7-27-2011
Accepting preliminary/final land development plan for County Builders, Inc., Walnut Grove, Tax Map parcels 21-09-150, 21-09-153 and 21-09-153-1, as amended for basin design changes.
Res. 2011-22
7-27-2011
Accepting preliminary/final land development plan for County Builders, Inc., Philmont Commercial, Tax Map parcels 21-013-002.
Res. 2012-44
9-26-2012
Approval and acceptance of final land development plan for Rite Aid Corporation for property at 1852 Brownsville Road, Tax Map parcel 21-023-017.
Res. 2013-11
3-13-2013
Authorization to execute final amended plan for recording for 1234 Bridgetown Pike, Tax Map parcel 21-007-182, and for 1300 Bridgetown Pike, Tax Map parcel 21-007-183, upon approval of revisions by Township Engineer.
Res. 2013-12
3-13-2013
Acceptance of final land development plan for Clover Meadows Subdivision, Tax Map parcel 21-014-065.
Res. 2013-24
7-17-2013
Acceptance of preliminary/final subdivision land development plans of County Builders – Phase I – Emerald Walk, Tax Map parcels 21-014-90, 21-014-90-1, 21-014-129, 21-014-129-1, 21-014-130.
Res. 2014-10
2-12-2014
Authorization to approve the preliminary/final subdivision land development plans for recording for 65 East Street Road, Tax Map parcel 21-011-003, 210-011-002-002, upon approval of the revisions by Township Engineer.
Res. 2014-26
7-23-2014
Final minor subdivision plan approval for Leo LaPat, 1815 Buck Road, Tax Map parcel 21-019-010.
Res. 2014-33
10-8-2014
Preliminary/final subdivision land development plan approval for County Builders – Philmont Commercial, Tax Map parcel 21-013-003.
Res. 2015-10
3-25-2015
Preliminary/final land development plan approval for Dunkin' Brands, Inc. (Dunkin' Donuts), Tax Map parcel 21-011-038-07.
Res. 2015-14
4-22-2015
Final land development plan approval for The Shops of Emerald Walk, Tax Map parcel 21-014-129.
Res. 2015-18
6-10-2015
Preliminary/final land development plan approval for Tawanka Elementary School, Neshaminy School District, Tax Map parcels 21-032-002-2-1 and 21-032-002-2.
Res. 2015-19
6-24-2015
Final minor subdivision plan approval for LaPat subdivision, Tax Map parcel 21-019-010.
Res. 2015-21
9-9-2015
Preliminary/final subdivision plan approval for Lightageart, LLC, Tax Map parcel 21-016-070.
Res. 2015-22
9-9-2015
Preliminary/final major subdivision plan approval for Emerald Pointe, Tax Map parcel 21-015-369.
Res. 2016-4
1-4-2016
Preliminary/final subdivision plan approval for Lightageart, LLC, Tax Map parcel 21-016-070.
Res. 2016-9
4-27-2016
Revised preliminary/final subdivision land development plan approval for County Builders – Phase I – Emerald Walk, Tax Map parcels 21-014-90, 21-014-90-1, 21-014-129, 21-014-129-1, 21-014-130.
Res. 2016-16
6-22-2016
Preliminary/final subdivision plan approval for Henry Kolas, 51 Peyton Street, Trevose, PA 19053, Tax Map parcel 21-013-068.

§ LE-6 Appendix F: Public Property.

Ord./Res.
Date
Subject
Res. 1989-24
11-8-1989
Conveying by deed to Herman C. Veit, the 2,416 square feet of land which was part of lands originally taken by declaration of taking, and since there was no consideration paid for the original taking, there will be no consideration paid for the conveyance back to Herman C. Veit.
Res. 1990-14
4-18-1990
Authorizing the condemnation of a portion of land of David and Constance Segal and also authorizing the filing of a declaration of taking and all necessary action for the acquisition for the purpose of acquiring a right-of-way acquisition to construct a signal pole and curbed concrete island.
Res. 1992-8B
2-12-1992
Authorizing the acquisition of 111.5 acres of ground known as the Snodgrass Farm by the Township of Lower Southampton.
Res. 1992-24
5-13-1992
Adopting the agreement of sale for the Snodgrass property.
Res. 1992-29
8-19-1992
Accepting the deeds of dedication for Veit Industrial Park.
Res. 1992-33
9-9-1992
Approving the renewal of the District Justice Building lease.
Res. 1999-32
10-13-1999
Authorizing issuance of a declaration of taking of property located at 1983 Bridgetown, Tax Parcel No. 21-20-35-1.
Res. 2005-36
12-14-2005
Accepting and ratifying certain temporary and permanent easements for the Mill Creek Bank Stabilization Project.
Res. 2008-13
4-23-2008
Authorizing the acquisition of Tax Parcel #21-4-15 by condemnation for purposes of installing a water main service for the Township Athletic Fields located at the Dolphin Swim Club.
Res. 2008-37
7-15-2008
Authorizing the acquisition of Tax Parcel #21-2-38 by condemnation for purposes of constructing a community center and parking facilities and a regional stormwater detention basin.
Res. 2008-38
7-15-2008
Authorizing the acquisition of Tax Parcel #21-2-38, pursuant to 53 P.S. § 66503 for purposes of constructing a community center and parking facilities and a regional stormwater detention basin.
Res. 2008-70
12-10-2008
Acquisition of property for open space lands: Tax Map Parcel 21-008-003 (1451 Bustleton Pike, Feasterville), pursuant to 53 P.S. § 66503.
Res. 2008-71
12-10-2008
Acquisition of property for open space lands: Tax Map Parcel 21-008-003 (1451 Bustleton Pike, Feasterville), pursuant to condemnation.
Res. 2011-7
1-26-2011
Accepting deed of dedication for right-of-way known as Saxon Drive.
Res. 2012-26
5-9-2012
Accepting dedication of Roberts Lane and Woodchuck Lane.
Res. 2012-29
5-23-2012
Accepting dedication of Jasmine Way, Bluebonnet Court and Briar Lane.
Res. 2013-47
11-13-2013
Authorizing the acquisition of land for the roundabout at Maple Avenue and Bridgetown Pike.
Res. 2014-14
5-14-2014
Accepting dedication of right-of-way and of sewer lines and manholes associated with the subdivision of 1828 Buck Road.

§ LE-7 Appendix G: Sewers.

Ord./Res.
Date
Subject
44
2-18-1957
An agreement between the Township of Lower Southampton and the City of Philadelphia to permit the City to construct and maintain sewers under certain streets of the Township.
84
7-31-1961
Authorizing the construction by Lower Southampton Municipal Authority of sewer lines and appurtenant facilities in and for certain portions of the Township and granting rights on, over and under streets in the Township.
87
12-11-1961
Approving the report and plan submitted by Lower Southampton Municipal Authority for the construction by said Authority of a sanitary sewage collection system and appurtenant facilities.
138
1-31-1966
Approving the execution and delivery of an agreement with Bucks County Water and Sewer Authority and the County of Bucks providing for the construction of sewers by the Township and the provision of treatment services by the County Authority and other matters.
147
11-28-1966
Approving the report and plan submitted by Lower Southampton Municipal Authority for the construction by said Authority of a sanitary sewage collection system and appurtenant facilities, in and for a certain portion of the Township of Lower Southampton, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, known as the Neshaminy Creek Section.
206
6-15-1972
Establishing Lower Southampton Township as a Sewer District to be known as Sewer District No. #1 with the exception of a tract known as the Pike Industrial Park which is hereby created as a Sewer District known as Sewer District #2.
304
2-4-1980
Signifying the desire of the Township of have the Lower Southampton, Bucks County, Municipal Authority convey to it the sewer system, sewer lines, pumping stations, and all other pertinent facilities.
364
12-26-1987
Approving plans for extension of Sanitary Sewer Collection System abutting the North side of Maple Avenue on Bucks County Tax Parcel Numbers 21-21-4-21-21-7, and 21-25-6-21-25-16.
367
3-23-1988
Authorizing the construction of an extension to the Township's sanitary sewage collection system in portions of the Township abutting County Line Road and Douglas Drive; approving plans, specifications, and estimated costs for the same.
Res. 1990-26
9-12-1990
Accepting a dedication of open space from the Sweet Water Farms development.
Res. 1990-29
10-24-1990
Accepting the deeds of dedication for phase IV of Woodlyn Crossing.
400
6-12-1991
Amending Ord. 367 by adding purposes for the construction of an extension to the Township's sanitary sewage collection system.
Res. 1991-24
4-17-1991
Accepting dedication of stormwater detention facility, adjacent easement and area and permanent access easement in Lower Southampton Industrial Park East.
Res. 1992-35
11-18-1992
Accepting the deeds of dedication for open space, detention basin, stormwater systems and sanitary sewer system within Tall Trees Estates.
Res. 1994-1
3-9-1994
Adopting and submitting to DER for approval a revised "Official Sewage Facilities Plan" for Shops on Maple Avenue.
Res. 1994-19
12-14-1994
Adopting and submitting to DER for approval a revised "Official Sewage Facilities Plan" for Taco Bell Restaurant.
Res. 1994-20
12-14-1994
Adopting and submitting to DER for approval a revised "Official Sewage Facilities Plan" for Edelweiss Development Corporation.
Res. 2000-12
4-26-2000
Accepting deeds of dedication for the street beds of Cayla Way, Gabriel Circle and Christina Court, detention basin, sanitary sewer easement and water service easement.
Res. 2005-27
10-26-2005
Accepting the deeds of dedication for open space, drainage systems, sanitary sewer systems, and storm sewer systems for Lot No. 1 Cedar Hollow.
Res. 2005-28
10-26-2005
Accepting the deeds of dedication for open space, drainage systems, sanitary sewer systems, and storm sewer systems for sanitary sewer easement.
Res. 2005-29
10-26-2005
Accepting the deeds of dedication for open space, drainage systems, sanitary sewer systems, and storm sewer systems for Cedar Avenue.
Res. 2005-30
10-26-2005
Accepting the deeds of dedication for open space, drainage systems, sanitary sewer systems, and storm sewer systems for drainage easement.
Res. 2005-31
11-9-2005
Accepting and ratifying certain temporary and permanent easements for the repair, construction and maintenance of stormwater management facilities and structures along Shady Brook Lane.
Res. 2007-23
6-27-2007
Adopting and submitting to DER for approval a revised "Official Sewage Facilities Plan" for Clover Meadows for sewer tap-ins and sewer extensions.
Res. 2008-53
9-24-2008
Acceptance of deeds of dedication for Vance Circle and water and sewer extensions through of Bridgetown Homeowners' Association.
Res. 2008-55
10-22-2008
Setting sewer district rates.
Res. 2009-20
4-7-2009
Adopting and submitting to DEP for approval a revision to its Official Sewage Facilities Plan for Walnut Grove subdivision.
Res. 2009-21
3-25-2009
Adopting and submitting to DEP for approval a revision to its Official Sewage Facilities Plan for Evangelical Pentecostal Church.
Res. 2009-59
10-28-2009
Setting sewer district rates.
Res. 2010-44
11-10-2010
Setting sewer district rates.
Res. 2013-23
5-22-2013
Adopting and submitting to DEP for approval a revision to its Official Sewage Facilities Plan for Emerald Walk Development.
Res. 2013-49
12-11-2013
Setting sewer district rates.
Res. 2015-9
3-11-2015
Adopting and submitting to DEP for approval a revision to its Official Sewage Facilities Plan for Tawanka Elementary School.
Res. 2015-13
4-8-2015
Adopting and submitting to DEP for approval a revision to its Official Sewage Facilities Plan for Emerald Pointe subdivision.
Res. 2015-17
5-13-2015
Adopting and submitting to DEP for approval a revision to its Official Sewage Facilities Plan for Leo Lapat subdivision.
Res. 2015-20
9-9-2015
Adopting and submitting to DEP for approval a revision to its Official Sewage Facilities Plan for 531 West Street Road development.
Res. 2015-40
12-9-2015
Adopting and submitting to DEP for approval a revision to its Official Sewage Facilities Plan for 51 Peyton Street.
Res. 2015-41
12-9-2015
Adopting and submitting to DEP for approval a revision to its Official Sewage Facilities Plan for 616 Avenue A.
Res. 2016-17
8-24-2016
Adopting and submitting to DEP for approval a revision to its Official Sewage Facilities Plan for Neshaminy Interceptor Service Area.

§ LE-8 Appendix H: Streets and Sidewalks.

Street
Activity
Description
Ord./Res.
Date
Acorn Street
Renamed
From Orchard Street
45
7-8-1957
Addington Drive
Accepting
Res. 1990-26
9-12-1990
Albert Street
Renamed
To Arbor Lane
45
7-8-1957
Arbor Lane
Renamed
From Albert Street opening
45
7-8-1957
67
4-11-1960
Bridgetown Commons
Acceptance
Res. 1991-41
9-11-1991
Brookside Avenue
Renamed
To Russet Lane
45
7-8-1957
Bustleton Pike
Curbs/ sidewalks
Between Bustleton Pike and Sterner Mill Road
208
7-20-1972
209
7-20-1972
Chasemoor Drive
Accepting
Res. 1990-26
9-12-1990
Clearview Avenue
Renamed
To Valley Road
45
7-8-1957
Colonial Drive
Renamed
From Hilltop Avenue
45
7-8-1957
Fox Hollow Drive
Accepting
Res. 1990-26
9-12-1990
Fox Hollow Drive
Renamed
To Sweetwater Drive
Res. 1991-3
1-23-1991
Grandview Avenue
Renamed
To Prospect Avenue
45
7-8-1957
Heights Lane
Renamed
From Herman Street
45
7-8-1957
Henley Lane
Accepting
Res. 1990-26
9-12-1990
Herman Street
Renamed
To Heights Lane
45
7-8-1957
Herschel Avenue
Opening
88
12-11-1961
Hilltop Avenue
Renamed
To Colonial Drive
45
7-8-1957
Lewis Street
Opening
67
4-11-1960
Maple Avenue
Renamed
To School Lane
45
7-8-1957
Meadow Street
Renamed
To Welcome Lane
45
7-8-1957
Meadowbrook Road
Renamed
From Summit Road
45
7-8-1957
Nancy Lane
Opening
74
11-14-1960
Newport Circle
Accepting
Res. 1990-26
9-12-1990
Norfolk Lane
Accepting
Res. 1990-26
9-12-1990
Orchard Street
Renamed
To Acorn Street
45
7-8-1957
Park Avenue
Renamed
To Second Street
45
7-8-1957
Prospect Avenue
Renamed
From Grandview Avenue
45
7-8-1957
Revere Street
Renamed
From William Street
45
7-8-1957
Opening
67
4-11-1960
Riverview Lane
Renamed
From Woodland Avenue
45
7-8-1957
Russet Lane
Renamed
From Brookside Avenue
45
7-8-1957
Ruth Street
Extension
136
12-13-1965
School Lane
Renamed
From Maple Avenue
45
7-8-1957
Second Street
Renamed
From Park Avenue
45
7-8-1957
Skyline Drive
Renamed
From Skyline Avenue
416
1-27-1993
Sterners Mill Road
Widening
121
9-14-1964
Sterners Road
Widening
121
9-14-1964
Street Road
Curbs/ sidewalks
Between Sterner Mill Road and Bustleton Pike
152A
6-5-1967
182
10-9-1969
Summit Road
Renamed
To Meadowbrook Road
45
7-8-1957
Sweetwater Drive
Renamed
From Fox Hollow Drive
Res. 1991-3
1-23-1991
Terry Drive
Acceptance
131
9-27-1965
Trevose Manor
Acceptance
Res. 1991-30
6-12-1991
Unnamed Streets (Woodlyn Crossing)
Dedication
Res. 1992-28
7-15-1992
Unnamed Streets (Manor Creek Farms)
Dedication
Res. 1993-27
7-21-1993
Valley Road
Renamed
From Clearview Avenue
45
7-8-1957
Welcome Lane
Renamed
From Meadow Street
45
7-8-1957
William Street
Renamed
To Revere Street
45
7-8-1957
Woodchuck Lane
Acceptance
Res. 1989-7
2-22-1989
Woodland Avenue
Renamed
To Riverview Lane
45
7-8-1957

§ LE-9 Appendix I: Water.

(Reserved)

§ LE-10 Appendix J: Zoning; Prior Ordinances.

Ord./Res.
Date
Subject
Res. 2010-21
9-8-2010
Comprehensive Plan adopted