Township of Leet, PA
Allegheny County
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§ D-101 Governmental and Intergovernmental Affairs.

Ord./Res.
Date
Subject
Ord. 10
1/5/1922
Prescribing the amount of the bond to be given by the Treasurer of the Township
Res. 26
Resolving that the Commissioners of the Township favor and endorse the construction and operation of a radio station in the Fair Oaks area
Ord. 30A
1/14/1926
Fixing the amount of the Treasurer's bond
Res. 9/14/1953
9/14/1953
Authorizing and directing the Township Solicitor to complete negotiations for the acquisition of the Government Housing Project from the Federal Government
Res. 27
10/1953
Authorizing and directing the Township Solicitor to complete negotiations for the acquisition of Victory Village from the Federal Government
Res. 34
Setting a public hearing to be held at Fair Oaks School for the proposed amendment to the Zoning Ordinance, Ord. 98
Ord. 102
12/10/1956
Authorizing the Municipal Authority of Borough of Edgewood to lay pipe lines for the purpose of conveying water to its customers in the streets of the Township
Res. 47
-/-/1961
Authorizing receipt and distribution of Federal surplus food commodities to eligible needy persons in the Township
Res. 48
-/-/1961
Designating and appointing an agent to receive and distribute commodities for the needy persons in the Township
Res. 49
2/12/1962
Designating Mellon National Bank and Trust Company as depository for the funds of the Township
Res. 54
6/12/1965
Directing the withholding from the paycheck of any person owing back wage taxes of the amount due
Res. 61
7/11/1966
Designating Pittsburgh National Bank as collector of the 1/2% realty transfer tax
Res. 64
4/8/1968
Electing to join the Allegheny County Health Department
Res. 66
5/13/1968
Directing that if the condition of the property as shown on Exhibit A & B Building Inspector and Fire Chief reports is not corrected within 30 days the Township will proceed with the legal process of demolition and the property will be liened for cost involved
Res. 167
4/14/1969
Setting the wage tax at 4% for 4 years
Res. 179
5/1/1971
Setting the amount of bond of the Township Wage Tax Collector
Res. 180
9/12/1971
Authorizing appropriate officials be authorized to sign proof of loss for amount set forth in Audit Report of September 13, 1971
Res. 184
7/10/1972
Requesting aid from the Allegheny County Health Department in applying for State funds for rodent control
Res. 186
9/11/1972
Authorizing the Solicitor to satisfy Docket for 1962 (road tax)
Res. 188
1/8/1973
Setting the amount of bond of the Township Treasurer (ex officio collector of taxes)
Res. 191
12/11/1972
Requesting authorization to participate in purchase contracts of the Department of Property and Supplies, Harrisburg, Pa
Res. 194
6/11/1973
Expressing opposition to an increase in rates as being applied for by Duquesne Light Company
Res. 199
Resolving to comply with § 1910.3a of the Flood Insurance Program
Res. 201
7/8/1974
Supporting the bicentennial activities
Res. 204
11/11/1974
Joining with the Borough of Bell Acres and the Borough of Leetsdale to form a Regional Planning Commission
Res. 205
12/11/1974
Directing that rubbish will be picked up each week instead of every quarter for the duration of the rubbish contract
Res. 208
1/13/1975
Endorsing House Bill 16330 and requesting support of continuation of Federal Revenue Sharing
Res. 209
Recognizing the need to establish a countywide police radio communication system in cooperation with the local cities, boroughs and townships
Res. 211
3/10/1975
Joining in the Comprehensive Planning Commission
Res. 4/12/1976
4/12/1976
Amending R-211 by resolving that Ambridge Borough and Harmony Township join the Quaker Valley Regional Planning Commission
Res. 213-A
5/10/1976
Resolving to abide by the guidelines of the Allegheny County Department of Manpower Guidelines for the 1976 Summer Program
Res. 213-B
Approving the applications for Community Development Funds under the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974
Res. 214
3/14/1977
Proclaiming March 20-26, 1977, as Poison Prevention Week
Res. 215
4/11/1977
Consenting to the use of a population total of 253 for the Borough of Glenfield for the remainder of the current decade, in place of the populations shown in the 1970 enumeration by the U.S. Bureau of the Census
Res. 216
6/13/1977
Supporting the need for a reconstructed Sewickley Bridge and supporting the efforts of the Committee to Save the Sewickley Bridge to accomplish the reconstruction by January 1980
Res. 223
10/9/1978
Designating Jordan Tax Service, Inc., be and hereby is designated as the collector of delinquent real estate taxes and municipal claims in the Township
Res. 224
10/9/1978
Resolving to take whatever steps are necessary to become a participating and voting member of the Council of Governments
Res. 225
Approving and authorizing the submission of an application for funds to prepare a redevelopment area plan and proposal by the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County
Res. 227
12/21/1978
Resolving that the Township of Leet accept agreement with the Township of Harmony to allow the bridge to be opened temporarily under terms incorporated therein
Res. 228
4/9/1979
Resolving to adhere to the standards for training established by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission
Res. 231
7/9/1979
Resolving to file with the Department of Community Affairs for the purpose of obtaining grant funds for the development of Ambridge Avenue and Mound Street areas
Res. 232
7/9/1979
Authorizing the establishment of a Joint Municipal Committee to employ a Regional Juvenile Officer
Res. 234
10/8/1979
Supporting the Little Sewickley Creek Watershed Association
Ord. 177
Authorizing creation of the Capital Reserve Fund of the Township for anticipated capital expenditures
Res. 240
11/10/1980
Authorizing the filing of an application for funds with the Allegheny County Department of Development
Res. 241
11/10/1980
Authorizing the Chairman of the Board of Commissioners to sign a certain agreement
Res. 244
1/12/1981
Approving the Prevention and Elimination of Blight Program for the Township and authorizing the filing of an application for a financial assistance grant with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Res. 245
1/12/1981
Authorizing entry into a cooperation agreement with the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County in connection with the Leet Prevention and Elimination of Blight Program
Res. 246
3/9/1981
Authorizing the formation of and membership in a non-profit corporation designated as Quaker Valley Council of Governments, Inc., Allegheny County, Pa
Res. 253
2/8/1982
Resolving to promote and utilize conservation easements to help implement watershed management goals as expressed in the Quaker Valley Regional Plan
Res. 258
9/12/1983
Requesting a grant from the Department of Development
Ord. 205
8/14/1985
Providing for the irrevocable commitment of certain State funds payable to the Township
Res. 1986-1
4/14/1986
Approving the bid and authorizing Quaker Valley COG to enter into an agreement with the bidder on behalf of the Township to be partially funded by Community Grant Monies for CD Year XI
Res. 1986-2
4/14/1986
Authorizing Quaker Valley COG to advertise and bid the Township's proposal for CD Year XII Community Development Grant Monies
Res. 1986-3
4/14/1986
Designating a chief administrative officer for the Police Pension Plan
Res. 1986-4
8/11/1986
Approving the bid and authorizing Quaker Valley COG to enter into an agreement with the bidder on behalf of the Township to be partially funded by Community Grant Monies for CD Year XII
Res. 1986-5
8/11/1986
Authorizing Quaker Valley COG to advertise and bid the Township's proposal for CD Year XIII Community Development Grant Monies
Res. 1986-6
8/11/1986
Authorizing the filing of an application for funds with the Allegheny County Department of Development
Res. 1987-1
2/9/1987
Authorizing participation in a joint research and study project concerning a joint dispatch police and fire communications center
Res. 1987-4
-/-/1987
Authorizing membership in the Municipal Risk Property & Casualty Company created by Municipal Risk Management, Inc., to provide municipal property and casualty group programs to save tax dollars for participating member municipalities
Res. 1987-5
12/14/1987
Authorizing the filing of an application for financial assistance for an Act 198 Solid Waste Resource Recovery Development Grant
Res. 1988-1
1/11/1988
Approving the bid and authorizing Quaker Valley COG to enter into an agreement with the bidder on behalf of the Township to be partially funded by Community Grant Monies for CD Year XIII
Res. 1988-4
8/8/1988
Authorizing the Chairman of the Board of Commissioners by authorized to sign a certain agreement
Res. 1988-5
8/23/1988
Authorizing Quaker Valley COG to advertise and bid the Township's proposal for CD Year 15 Community Development Grant Monies
Res. 1988-6
8/23/1988
Designating an official to perform required duties between the Township and the Department of Development for the provision of local matching funds
Res. 1988-9
12/19/1988
Approving the bid and authorizing Quaker Valley COG to enter into an agreement with the bidder on behalf of the Township to be partially funded by Community Grant Monies for CD Year 14
Res. 1989-1
3/3/1989
Resolving to place on the 1989 primary election ballot the issue of permitting small games of change in accordance with and pursuant to the Local Option Small Games of Chance Act
Res. 4/10/1989
4/10/1989
Authorizing Quaker Valley COG to advertise and bid the Township's proposal for CD Year 15 Community Development Grant Monies
Res. 1989-3
9/11/1989
Authorizing Quaker Valley COG to advertise and bid the Township's proposal for CD Year 15 Community Development Grant Monies
Res. 1989-4
9/11/1989
Approving the bid and authorize Quaker Valley COG to enter into an agreement with the bidder on behalf of the Township to be partially funded by Community Grant Monies for CD Year 15
Res. 1990-1
5/14/1990
Designating a chief administrative officer for the Police Pension Plan
Res. 1990-2
8/13/1990
Designating an official to perform required duties between the Township and the Department of Development for the provision of local matching funds
Res. 1990-4
9/10/1990
Resolving to abide by the terms and conditions of the Cooperative Purchasing Program, otherwise known as Piggyback Purchasing Program
Res. 1991-2
8/12/1991
Resolving that the Mound Street Playground Project was completed in accordance with the RIRA Grant Contract and is hereby accepted by the Board of Commissioners of the Township
Res. 1991-2-A
8/12/1991
Authorizing a representative to make requests upon and receive any and all tax information and records from Berkheimer Associates, relative to the collection of taxes for the Township
Res. 1991-3
9/9/1991
Designating an official to perform required duties between the Township and the Department of Development for the provision of local matching funds
Res. 1991-5
12/16/1991
Recognizing Fair Oaks Volunteer Fire Department as a civic and/or service association under the Local Options Small Games of Chance Act
Res. 1992-3
9/14/1992
Resolving to provide full support of and participation in the Allegheny County Outdated Directory Recycling Program from October 19th through November 30th, 1992
Res. 1992-4
9/12/1992
Designating an official to perform required duties between the Township and the Department of Development for the provision of local matching funds
Res. 1992-5
9/14/1992
Designating an official to perform required duties between the Township and the Department of Development for the provision of local matching funds
Ord. 253
12/12/1994
Establishing an emergency management reserve account which will be funded by revenues the Township receives in 1994 from its share of the 1% Allegheny County Sales and Use Tax
Res. 1993-1
5/10/1993
Requesting permission to participate in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Cooperative Purchasing Program
Res. 1993-2
9/13/1993
Designating Robert Kipp, Executive Director of QVCOG, as the official to file all applications, documents and forms between the Township of Leet and the Allegheny County Department of Development
Res. 1994-1
3/14/1994
Supporting and urging the Board of Commissioners of Allegheny County to adopt an ordinance creating the Allegheny Regional Asset District and levying the additional 1% sales and use tax in the County of Allegheny pursuant to Act 77 of 1993
Res. 1994-2
10/10/1994
Designating John T. Jakiela, Executive Director QVOCG, as the official to file all applications, documents and forms between the Township of Leet and the Allegheny County Department of Development
Res. 1995-1
3/13/1995
Authorizing and directing the proper officers of the Township to execute any and all documents necessary to sponsor an AIM loan through the Borough of Sewickley for the Quaker Valley Council of Governments to refinance a sewer vactor unit
Res. 1995-2
7/10/1995
Authorizing the Department of Community Affairs, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to conduct a study in law enforcement services in the Township of Leet in conjunction with certain neighboring municipalities for the purpose of determining the feasibility of cooperative police services
Res. 1996-2
5/13/1996
Supporting and endorsing the Parkway South transportation project
Res. 1996-3
5/13/1996
Filling the vacancy in the office of Township Commissioner created by the resignation of Barbara Travato
Res. 1996-4
7/8/1996
Designating John T. Jakiela as the official to file all applications, documents and forms between the Township of Leet and the Allegheny County Department of Economic Development
Res. 1996-5
7/8/1996
Designating John T. Jakiela as the official to file all applications, documents and forms between the Township of Leet and the Allegheny County Department of Economic Development
Res. 1996-5A
9/9/1996
Requesting to be authorized to participate in and/or purchase off contracts entered into by the County of Allegheny, pursuant to Act 148 of 1986, and the resolution of the Board of County Commissioners of Allegheny County dated February 26, 1987
Res. 1997-2
12/15/1997
Designating 1998 the Year of Sewickley Library
Res. 1997-3
12/15/1997
Salaries and benefits for Township employees
Ord. 1998-02-A
6/8/1998
Adopting a non-uniform pension plan
Ord. 1998-02-B
6/8/1998
Electing to withdraw from the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System effective immediately and that all funds and equities on deposit be returned to Leet Township
Ord. 1998-02-C
6/8/1998
Electing to withdraw the Nonuniformed Pension Plan from the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System, effective June 1, 1998, and directing that all assets and liabilities be returned to the Township
Ord. 1998-03-A
6/8/1998
Adopting a police pension plan
Ord. 1998-03-B
6/8/1998
Electing to withdraw from the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System effective immediately and that all funds and equities on deposit be returned to Leet Township
Ord. 1998-03-C
6/8/1998
Electing to withdraw the Nonuniformed Pension Plan from the Pennsylvania Municipal retirement System, effective June 1, 1998, and directing that all assets and liabilities be returned to the Township
Res. 1998-1
7/13/1998
Authorizing the filing of an application for funds with the Allegheny County Department of Economic Development in the amount of $12,500 and designating John Jakiela as the official to file all applications, documents and forms between the Township and the Department
Res. 1998-2
8/10/1998
Authorizing Leet Township to participate as a member in the State Treasurer's INVEST program for local governments
Res. 1998-4
-/-/1998
Appointing Berkheimer Associates as its Tax Hearing Officer
Res. 1999-1
3/1/1999
Giving special thanks and recognition to all participants whose hard work and devotion to the neighborhood and their low and moderate income residents help insure the quality and effectiveness of the Community Development Block Grant Program
Res. 1999-2
3/8/1999
Urging restraint in the State and Federal law making and policy setting where changes result in funding mandates to local governments
Res. 1999-4
9/13/1999
Designating Wayne E. Hyjer as Chief Administrative Officer for the Police Pension Plan
Res. 1999-5
9/13/1999
Designating Wayne E. Hyjer as Chief Administrative Office for the Non-Uniform Pension Plan
Res. 1999-6
9/13/1999
Eliminating employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan for year 1999
Res. 1999-7
10/11/1999
Appointing and accepting the policemen of the Borough of Leetsdale as policemen of the Township of Leet
Res. 1999-8
10/11/1999
Appointing and accepting the policemen of the Borough of Sewickley Heights as policemen of the Township of Leet
Res. 1999-9
10/11/1999
Appointing and accepting the policemen of the Borough of Edgeworth as policemen of the Township of Leet
Res. 1999-10
10/11/1999
Appointing and accepting the policemen of the Township of Aleppo as policemen of the Township of Leet
Res. 1999-11
10/11/1999
Appointing and accepting the policemen of the Borough of Bell Acres as policemen of the Township of Leet
Res. 1999-12
10/11/1999
Appointing and accepting the policemen of the Borough of Sewickley as policemen of the Township of Leet
Res. 2000-01
1/3/2000
Establishing salary and benefits for Township employees other than health and public safety employees
Res. 2000-02
1/3/2000
Eliminating employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan for year 2000
Res. 2000-05
11/13/2000
Eliminating employee contributions to the Non-uniformed Pension Plan for year 2000
Res. 2000-07
12/28/2000
Establishing salary and benefits for Township employees other than health and public safety employees
Res. 2001-01
1/8/2001
Approving and adopting the Disaster Emergency Management Plan
Res. 2001-02
2/12/2001
Appointing Berkheimer Associates as its Deputy Tax Collector of real estate taxes
Res. -/-/2001
-/-/2001
Appointing and accepting the policemen of the Borough of Edgeworth as policemen of the Township of Leet
Res. -/-/2001A
-/-/2001
Urging Governor Ridge to support and endorse the passage of House Bill 332 in the General Assembly
Res. 7/9/2001
7/9/2001
Appointing and accepting the policemen of the Township of Aleppo as policemen of the Township of Leet
Res. 2001-06
-/-/2001
Appointing and accepting the policemen of the Borough of Leetsdale as policemen of the Township of Leet
Res. 2001-07
9/10/2001
Eliminating employee contributions to the Non-uniformed Pension Plan for year 2001
Res. 2001-08
9/10/2001
Eliminating employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan for year 2001
Res. 2002-01
2/11/2002
Establishing an escrow account for receipts of 2002 real estate taxes in excess of the adopted budget figure of $391,820 to be applied to the 2003 tax millage
Res. 2002-02
3/11/2002
Eliminating employee contributions to the Non-uniformed Pension Plan for year 2002
Res. 2002-03
3/11/2002
Eliminating employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan for year 2002
Res. -/-/2003
-/-/2003
Accepting individuals from the police department of the Borough of Leetsdale as policemen of the Township of Leet
Res. 2003-03
7/14/2003
Appointing and Accepting the policemen of the Borough of Bell Acres as policemen of the Township of Leet
Ord. 2004-07
8/9/2004
Authorizing the Township to enter into an intergovernmental cooperation agreement by and between any or all of the Municipalities of the Township of Aleppo, the Borough of Avalon, the Borough of Bell Acres, the Borough of Bellevue, the Borough of Emsworth, the Borough of Glenfield, the Borough of Haysville, the Township of Kilbuck, the Township of Leet, the Borough of Leetsdale, the Borough of Osborne, the Borough of Sewickley and the Quaker Valley Council of Governments Municipal Appeals Board
Res. 2004-03
11/8/2004
Adopting the Allegheny County Hazard Vulnerability Assessment and Migration Plan as an official plan of the Township
Res. 2005-01
3/14/2005
Eliminating employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan for years 2003 and 2004
Res. 2005-02
3/14/2005
Eliminating employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan for year 2005
Res. 2005-03
3/14/2005
Eliminating employee contributions to the Non-uniformed Pension Plan for years 2003 and 2004
Res. 2005-04
3/14/2005
Eliminating employee contributions to the Non-uniformed Pension Plan for year 2005
Ord. 2005-03
6/13/2005
Authorizing the execution of a mutual aid agreement between it and other local municipalities for fire protection
Res. 2005-07
-/-/2005
Petitioning the U.S. Congress and the Administration continue funding the CDBG Program at its present level because of its vital importance to the community and to the people who live in its lower income neighborhoods both locally and nationally
Res. 2005-10
9/12/2005
Approving the sale of certain surplus equipment
Res. 2005-11
9/12/2005
Approving the sale of certain surplus equipment
Res. 2005-12
11/14/2005
Supporting the application for funds for the Sewickley Valley Rivers Conservation and Management Plan with the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
Res. 2005-13
11/7/2005
Approving the sale of certain surplus equipment
Res. 2005-14
12/12/2005
Eliminating employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan for year 2006
Res. 2005-15
12/12/2005
Eliminating employee contributions to the Non-uniformed Pension Plan for year 2006
Res. 2006-01
2/13/2006
Initiating watershed comprehensive planning and rivers conservation plan by the Big Sewickley Creek Watershed Association
Res. 2006-02
-/-/2006
Supporting increased CDBG program funding
Res. 2007-01
1/8/2007
Eliminating employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan for year 2007
Res. 2007-02
1/8/2007
Eliminating employee contributions to the Non-uniformed Pension Plan for year 2007
Res. 2007-03
4/9/2007
Supporting a grant application being submitted by Big Sewickley Creek Water Shed Association
Res. 2007-04
5/14/2007
Electing the same pension plan benefits as those adopted by Ord. 98-03A and B for uniform and non-uniform employees
Res. 2007-05
5/14/2007
Authorizing the execution of a contract with the lowest bidder to perform the Township's 2007 paving projects
Res. 2007-06
7/9/2007
Having on record a statement confirming that the applicant has formally requested a grant, has designated an official to perform the required duties between the applicant and the Department of Economic Development and has assured, where applicable, the provision of local matching funds
Res. 2007-07
11/12/2007
Approving the execution of the agreements with the Police Chief and the remainder of the full time police force
Res. 2007-08
12/10/2007
Eliminating employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan for year 2008
Res. 2007-09
12/10/2007
Eliminating employee contributions to the Non-uniformed Pension Plan for year 2008
Ord. 2008-01
6/9/2008
Adopting a deferred retirement option plan (DROP)
Res. 2008-10
10/13/2008
Authorizing the Standing Picnic Committee to conduct the annual Township picnic
Res. 2008-11
12/8/2008
Authorizing the execution of an internet and e-mail policy
Res. 2009-01
-/-/2009
Cellular and Land Line Phone Policy
Res. 2009-02
3/9/2009
Eliminating employee contributions to the Non-uniformed Pension Plan for year 2009
Res. 2009-03
3/9/2009
Eliminating employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan for year 2009
Res. 2009-04
5/11/2009
Agreeing to use the DOTGrants on-line reporting system to file the required liquid fuels forms annually; including, but not limited to the MS-965, MS-329 and MS-999 forms
Res. 2009-06
10/12/2009
Certifying that said municipality is willing to participate in an energy audit as part of Allegheny County's Energy Program for municipalities financed by a block grant through the U.S. Department of Energy
Ord. 2010-01
Amending the Leet Township police pension plan to delete the plan's killed in service benefit as required by Act 51 of 2009
Res. 2010-01
5/6/2010
Designation of Agent for winter storm #2, 2/9-2/11/2010
Res. 2010-02
8/9/2010
Eliminating employee contributions to the Non-uniformed Pension Plan for year 2010
Res. 2010-03
8/9/2010
Eliminating employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan for year 2010
Res. 2012-05
12/10/2012
Establishing an escrow fund in the event that the Township is pad tax revenues which exceed amounts allowed by the anti-windfall legislation relevant to reassessment of real estate
Ord. 2013-03
9/9/2013
Adopting a Deferred Retirement Option Plan (DROP)
Ord. 2015-01
1/12/2015
Requiring all individuals or entities utilizing credit cards or debit cards for payment of delinquent real estate taxes to pay the charges or fees associated with the transaction
Ord. 2016-02
3/14/2016
Amending the Deferred Retirement Option Plan (DROP)