Township of New Hanover, PA
Montgomery County
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§ D-101 Governmental and Intergovernmental Affairs.

Ord./Res.
Date
Subject
Res. 5/7/1931
5/7/1931
Favoring the passage of House Bill #1351 but indicating that the Township is not in a position at present to obligate itself to bear any expense of constructing or maintaining roads taken over by the Department of Highways
Res. 6/5/1931
6/5/1931
Appointing a jury of view to vacate certain pieces of road along Route 73 and along the Pottstown and Pennsburg Cement Road
Res. 10/14/1931
10/14/1931
Authorizing the Township to make application to the County Commissioners for County aid to build a bridge over Scioto Creek on the road leading from Route 73 to the Little Road
Res. 4/7/1932
4/7/1932
Resolving that the County will build the bridge over Deep Creek and that the Township will maintain the bridge when completed
Res. 6/6/1934
6/6/1934
Accepting the proposal of the County to build the bridge over Scioto Creek on the road from New Hanover Square to a rise and that the Township will maintain and take care of the bridge when completed
Res. 2/7/1958A
2/7/1958
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown as the designated depository of the Township
Res. 2/14/1960
2/14/1960
Accepting the exonerations from per capita tax for nonresidents, those deceased and those assessed in error
Res. 61-1
4/12/1961
Designating the Montgomery County Planning Commission as the industrial development agency for the County of Montgomery in all matters relevant to and for all purposes of the Industrial Development Assistance Law
Res. 8/9/1961
8/9/1961
Signifying the intention of the Township to enact a zoning ordinance in order to regulate the use of properties for agricultural, residential, commercial, industrial, institutional and other uses
Res. 3/25/1964
3/25/1964
Authorizing the Township to apply for County aid to pave Schaeffer Road
Res. 12/--/1964
12/--/1964
Authorizing the reenactment of the Township amusement tax for the year 1965
Res. 1/20/1966
1/20/1966
Exonerating the Tax Collector from collection of per capita tax for the year 1965 from persons he had listed as uncollectible for various reasons
Res. 10/20/1966
10/20/1966
Authorizing the Montgomery County Board of Assessment to perform interim tax assessments on property in the Township
Res. 12/18/1969A
12/18/1969
Authorizing Gorski Construction Company to construct a machinery storage building for the Township
Ord. 71-3
12/16/1971
Authorizing the Township to establish an authority called the "New Hanover Township Authority," and to advertise its Articles of Incorporation and to elect members to the authority
Res. 12/16/1971
12/16/1971
Authorizing the Township to request that the Pennsylvania Department of Property and Supplies authorize the Township to participate in purchasing of purchase contracts for materials, supplies and equipment
Res. 1/20/1972
1/20/1972
Designating the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission board member be designated the representative of said local government to act on behalf of said local government in matters pertaining to continuing comprehensive regional development and transportation at Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission Board meetings
Res. 4/20/1972
4/20/1972
Authorizing that the Township adopt the Comprehensive Plan for New Hanover Township as of May 1969
Res. 6/21/1973
6/21/1973
Adopting a uniform standard for signs, signals and roadway painting for all Township maintained roads and property, subject to funding being available
Res. 7/19/1973A
7/19/1973
Authorizing the Township Municipal Authority to begin to plan for the ultimate inclusion of the New Hanover Township Sewage Facility Plan into the Montgomery County Sewage Facility Plan
Res. 7/19/1973B
7/19/1973
Authorizing the Township to amend the Comprehensive Plan in order to establish growth area delineations for reasons of its impact on future land use decisions
Res. 7/19/1973C
7/19/1973
Authorizing the New Hanover Township Municipal Authority to begin negotiations with Douglass Township to receive in the future flows if and when the pumping stations are abandoned as stipulated in the resolution of the Board of County Commissioners
Res. 8/16/1973A
8/16/1973
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown to be the designated depository for the Township
Res. 8/16/1973B
8/16/1973
Authorizing the Board of Supervisors to begin to plan for the ultimate inclusion of the New Hanover Township Comprehensive Plan into the regional land use plan established by the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission
Res. 11/15/1973
11/15/1973
Authorizing the Township to open 3 new accounts at the National Bank of Boyertown, 1 for a police pension fund, 1 for the State Fund Savings Account and 1 for a recreation fund saving account
Res. 3/21/1974A
3/21/1974
Opposing any form of County Home Rule Charter which is predatory upon local government
Res. 3/21/1974B
3/21/1974
Authorizing the Township to make application to the Department of Community Affairs in order to obtain flood insurance coverage under the National Flood Insurance Program
Res. 8/15/1974A
8/15/1974
Expressing an interest in participating in the Federally funded program to properly mark all municipal roads which qualify for Federal funds
Res. 6/19/1975
6/19/1975
Authorizing the Department of Transportation to continue with the construction of LR 1046, the Schuylkill Expressway extension to the Pottstown Expressway and requesting that no further environmental studies be prepared
Res. 7/17/1975
7/17/1975
Authorizing the purchase of certificates of deposits from the National Bank of Boyertown with the proceeds from the general obligation note issued for construction of the municipal building
Res. 1/15/1976
1/15/1976
Electing to have the Township's population excluded from that of the County for purposes of the Second Year Urban County Community Development Program of 1976 and its implementing regulation
Res. 4/15/1976
4/15/1976
Opposing the application for open space covenant agreement pursuant to Act 515 of the Chukker Valley Golf Club, Inc.
Res. 5/20/1976A
5/20/1976A
Recommending Montgomery County's approval of the application of John and Joseph Benincasa for open space covenant agreement pursuant to Act 515 for the Gilbertsville Golf Course
Res. 5/20/1976B
5/20/1976B
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown to be the designated depository for the Township
Res. 7/15/1976
7/15/1976
Expressing the Township's intent to adhere to the standards for training established by the Police Training Act, Act 120 of 1974
Res. 10/21/1976
10/21/1976
Authorizing the Township to make application to the United State Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration, for a grant to aid in financing construction of a wastewater system and reconstruction of various Township roads
Res. 11/9/1976
11/9/1976
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown to be the designated depository for the Township
Res. 2/17/1977A
2/17/1977A
Authorizing the establishment of a policy whereby a legal defense by the Township Solicitor will be offered by the Township to all officials and employees of the Township who are defendants in a law suit brought under the provisions of United States Civil Rights Law provided a waiver is signed by the Township official or employee whereby the liability for the payment of any verdict entered against the Township official or employee will not be the responsibility of the Township
Res. 2/17/1977D
2/17/1977D
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of New Hanover Township for the 4 year period beginning the first Monday in January, 1978
Res. 4/1/1977
4/1/1977
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown to be the designated depository for the Township
Res. 6-78
1/9/1978
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown to be the designated depository for the Township
Res. 7-78
1/16/1978
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown to be the designated depository for the Township
Res. 37-78
10/19/1978
Authorizing the return of contributions from the police pension plan to policemen who terminate employment
Res. 5-79
2/15/1979
Authorizing the execution of an agreement between Douglass Township and New Hanover Township for the maintenance of certain roads within both Townships
Res. 19-79
7/19/1979
Authorizing the enrollment in the Pennsylvania State Police Training Academy of 2 police officers pursuant to the terms and requirements of Act 120 known as the "Pennsylvania Mandatory Police Training Act"
Res. 25-79
10/18/1979
Approving retroactively the actuarial soundness of the Township Police Pension Fund as sufficient to exempt the contribution payments by individual police officers for the calendar years 1976, 1977 and 1978
Res. 29-79
11/15/1979
Approving the actuarial soundness of the Township Police Pension Fund as sufficient to exempt the contribution payments by individual police officers for the calendar years 1979 and 1980
Res. 5-80
1/16/1980
Authorizing the adoption of police mutual assistance agreement between New Hanover Township and Upper Hanover Township
Res. 6-80
2/20/1980
Authorizing and approving the execution of a police mutual assistance agreement between Douglass Township and New Hanover Township
Res. 7-80
2/20/1980
Authorizing and approving the execution of a police mutual assistance agreement between Upper Pottsgrove Township and New Hanover Township
Res. 12-80
3/19/1980
Appointing Ray as Roadmaster
Res. 13-80
3/19/1980
Appointing Donahue as Police
Res. 19-80
6/18/1980
Approving the actuarial soundness of the New Hanover Township Police Pension Fund as sufficient to exempt the contribution payments by individual police officers for the year 1980
Res. 28-80
11/19/1980
Authorizing the allocation of liquid fuels tax monies for the maintenance and repair of roads, streets, bridges, drainage structures, etc., for the years 1979 and 1980
Res. 29-80
12/17/1980
Exonerating the Tax Collector from the collection of the 1980 per capita tax
Res. 1-81
1/5/1981
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of the Township for the calendar year 1981
Res. 2-81
1/5/1981
Setting the salary schedule of employees
Res. 3-81
1/5/1981
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown to be the designated depository for all accounts of the Township
Res. 8-81
4/15/1981
Approving the actuarial soundness of the Township Police Pension Fund sufficient to exempt the contribution payments by individual police officers for the calendar year 1981
Res. 9-81
4/15/1981
Requesting the services of the Department of Community Affairs to study and evaluate the police services and law enforcement in the Township
Res. 10-81
5/20/1981
Application for permit
Res. 11-81
5/20/1981
Application for permit
Res. 15-81
6/23/1981
Authorizing the allocation of liquid fuels tax moneys for maintenance and repairs of existing roads, streets, bridges, drainage structures and the lining of streams for the year 1981
Res. 16-81
8/19/1981
Adjusting salary
Res. 1-82
1/4/1982
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of the Township for the calendar year 1982
Res. 2-82
1/4/1982
Setting the salary schedule of employees
Res. 3-82
1/4/1982
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown to be the designated depository for all accounts of the Township
Res. 4-82
1/13/1982
Amendment to Ord. 71-3, reducing the number of Board members from 7 to 5
Res. 8-82
4/21/1982
Approving the actuarial soundness of the Township Police Pension Fund as sufficient to exempt the contribution payments by individual police officers for the calendar year 1982
Res. 12-82
7/21/1982
Supporting the tax reform concepts as outlined in Senate Bill 1085 and House Bill 1185 and requesting the State legislature to reconsider said bills for adoption
Res. 15-82
11/17/1982
Planning requirement
Res. 1-83
1/3/1983
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of the Township for the calendar year 1983
Res. 2-83
1/3/1983
Setting the salary schedule of employees
Res. 3-83
2/9/1983
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown to be the designated depository for the Township
Res. 21-83
9/21/1983
Approving actuarial soundness of the Township Police Pension Fund as sufficient to exempt the contribution payments by individual police officers for the calendar year 1983
Res. 30-83
12/21/1983
Setting salary of employees
Res. 31-83
12/21/1983
Tomasolli permanent status
Res. 1-84
1/3/1984
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of the Township for the calendar year 1984
Res. 2-84
1/3/1984
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown to be the designated depository for the Township
Res. 6-84
3/19/1984
Authorizing Township Solicitor
Res. 11-84
6/18/1984
Approving actuarial soundness of the Township Police Pension Fund as sufficient to exempt the contribution payments by individual police officers for the calendar year 1984
Res. 19-84
9/17/1984
Appointing Moyer as Police
Ord. 84-4
10/17/1984
Adopting an internal grievance procedure and providing for prompt and equitable resolutions of complaints alleging any action prohibited by § 51-55 of the revenue sharing regulations, relating to discrimination on the basis of handicap
Res. 32-84
12/17/1984
Setting the salary schedule of employees
Res. 1-85
1/7/1985
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of the Township for the calendar year 1985
Res. 2-85
1/7/1985
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown to be the designated depository for all accounts of the Township
Res. 6-85
1/21/1985
Authorizing the recreation of the position of sergeant of police in the Township
Res. 6A-85
2/4/1985
Amending rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of the Township for the calendar year 1985
Res. 8-85
3/4/1985
Acknowledge Ray Batchelder
Res. 12-85
4/1/1965
Adopting an emergency management plan in the event of an incident an the Limerick generating station
Res. 14-85
4/15/1985
Pottstown Council of Governments
Ord. 85-2
6/17/1985
Adopting amendments to the Comprehensive Plan of New Hanover Township
Res. 18-85
6/17/1985
Acknowledge Andrew Eberwein
Res. 26-85
8/5/1985
Flood Plan Act
Res. 27-85
8/19/1985
Authorizing the filing of an application for funding with Montgomery County Housing and Community Development Program for Community Development Block Grant funds for instituting a hydrogeological study within the Township
Res. 34-85
9/30/1985
Authorizing the receipt of general municipal pension systems state aid program fund and designating a chief administrative officer of the Township's uniformed and nonuniformed pension plans
Res. 38-85
11/18/1985
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown as the designated depository for the Township Light Tax Fund
Res. 39-85
11/18/1985
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown as the designated depository for the Township Recreation Fund
Res. 42-85
12/16/1985
Setting the salary schedule for 1986
Res. 2-86
1/6/1986
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown as the designated depository for all accounts of the Township
Res. 3-86
1/6/1985
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of the Township for the calendar year 1986
Res. 29-86
8/18/1986
Setting the salaries for nonuniform employees
Res. 30-86
8/18/1986
Reaffirming the designation of Chief Administrative officer for the New Hanover Township Uniformed and Nonuniformed Pension Plan and authorizing compensation for such administrators services
Res. 47-86
12/1/1986
Setting the salaries for nonuniform employees
Res. 49-86
12/15/1986
Setting the salaries for nonuniform employees
Res. 8-87
3/2/1987
Establishing reimbursement for municipal employees use of private automobiles for the conduct of municipal business at the rate of $0.20 per mile
Res. 15-87
1/5/1987
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown as the designated depository for all accounts of the Township
Res. 26-87
12/7/1987
Setting the salaries for 1988
Res. 30-87
12/21/1987
Dorothy C. Kline
Res. 31-87
12/21/1987
Peter P. Ganovsky
Res. 1-88
1/4/1988
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown as the designated depository for all accounts of the Township
Res. 2-88
1/4/1988
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of the Township for the calendar year 1988
Res. 14-88
10/3/1988
Thomas P. Foy, Jr.
Res. 15-88
10/3/1988
Robert Z. Seaman
Res. 1-89
1/3/1989
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown as the designated depository for all accounts of the Township
Res. 2-89
1/3/1989
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of the Township for the calendar year 1989
Res. 3-89
1/3/1989
Setting the salaries for nonuniform employees
Res. 9-89
2/20/1989
Authorizing the Township to place referendum for allowing small games of chance in the Township on the primary election ballot
Res. 12-89
3/20/198
Clean Air resolution
Res. 21-89
7/17/1989
Recognizing to Robert E. Heist
Res. 24-89
8/20/1989
Acknowledging and recognizing Township Manager, Anita B. John, for outstanding dedication to the Township and exemplary performance of her duties
Res. 26-89
9/5/1989
Ralph Lightcap salary increase appr.
Res. 39-89
12/18/1989
Authorizing the Township to dispose of records in accordance with the procedures for disposition and retention of records for Pennsylvania municipalities
Res. 40-89
1/2/1990
Setting the salaries for nonuniform employees for 1990
Res. 1-90
1/2/1990
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown as the designated depository for all accounts of the Township
Res. 2-90
1/2/1990
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of the Township for the calendar year 1990
Ord. 90-6B
9/10/1990
Authorizing an agreement between the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Township providing for participation in an intermunicipal drug task force
Res. 42-90
9/10/1990
Ratifying the 1990 plan revisions to the Montgomery County Municipal Waste Management Plan as last revised June, 1990
Res. 43-90
9/24/1990
Supporting the passage of legislation authorizing the Township to adopt impact fees for new development in order to defray the cost of infrastructure improvements, expansion of municipal services and enhancement of the amenities and quality of life within the community
Res. 44-90
9/24/1990
Agreeing to participate in the Montgomery County Open Space Grant-in-Aid program and authorizing the appropriate Township officials to execute applications for such program and directing that the administrators, executives and officials of the Township prepare a grant-in-aid application for filing with the County of Montgomery
Res. 64-90
12/10/1990
Recognizing the Sassmansville and New Hanover Fire Companies as the all-volunteer organizations servicing the emergency and fire response needs of the citizens and constituents of the Township of New Hanover
Res. 71-90
12/10/1990
Establishing a road machinery fund to purchase and acquire equipment and machinery for use by the Township to improve, maintain and service its existing Township road network
Res. 1-91
1/7/1991
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown to be the designated depository for all accounts of the Township of New Hanover
Res. 3-91
1/7/1991
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of the Township for the calendar year 1991
Res. 6-91
2/25/1991
Appointing advisory committee
Res. 17-91
5/25/1991
Volunteers for 250 Anniversary
Res. 18-91
5/25/1991
Chairman Calzolaio, 250 Anniversary
Res. 26-91
7/22/1991
Authorizing the advertising in the Pottstown Mercury the intent of the Township to create an Agricultural Security District in accordance with the Pennsylvania Agricultural Area Security Law, 3 P.S. § 901 et seq.
Res. 27-91
8/12/1991
Adding members to agricultural security district
Res. 31-91B
8/26/1991
Establishing an agricultural security district and establishing its boundaries within the Township
Res. 34-91
9/23/1991
Nonuniformed employees retirement plan revising formula for benefits calculation
Res. 35-91
10/2/1991
Adopting the land use assumptions study undertaken and completed by Motley Engineering Company as the official land use assumptions to be considered for the purposes of establishment of a Capital Improvements (Impact) fee should the same hereafter be recommended by the Advisory Committee and adopted by the Board of Supervisors
Res. 37-91
11/11/1991
Approving the roadway sufficiency analysis undertaken and completed by McMahon Associates and approved and adopted by the Capital Improvements (Impact) Fee Committee and the Board of Supervisors
Res. 39-91
10/14/1991
Honoring Harold Lohmiller for his service to the Township
Res. 40-91
11/22/1991
Honoring John F. Nugent for his service to the Township
Res. 41-91
11/25/1991
Establishing a list of recyclables that are to be separated and segregated by the generator from the municipal waste stream by any single-family or multifamily dwelling
Res. 42-91
12/2/1991
Approving the capital improvements impact fees as adopted by the Capital Improvements (Impact) Fee Committee with regard to municipal transportation capital improvement plans and which shall be further basis of an impact fee ordinance as may hereafter be adopted and enacted by the Board of Supervisors
Res. 45-91
12/16/1991
Approves salaries for nonuniform employees
Res. 45A-91
12/9/1991
Honors Stan Wassiluk
Res. 2-92
1/6/1992
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown as the designated depository for all accounts of the Township
Res. 3-92
1/6/1992
Tax Collector Appointment
Res. 15-92
5/20/1992
Establishing minimum insurance coverage requirements for any and all vehicles collecting, carrying, transporting or transferring rubbish, garbage or solid waste of any nature from to, or through any portion or part of the Township of New Hanover pursuant to Ord. 90-4 and Ord. 91-1
Res. 28-92
7/27/1992
Authorizing the Township to make purchases in accordance with the terms of certain contracts let by the County of Montgomery
Res. 35-92
9/14/1992
Exonerating the Township from payment of certain real estate taxes for the years 1991 and 1992 for 3 separate and distinct parcels of open space
Res. 45-92
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Authorizing R. Reinhert & Co. as independent auditor for 1992
Res. 46-92
11/23/1992
Recognizes Rev. Cooper
Res. 50-92
12/21/1992
Setting the salary schedule of employees
Res. 51-92
12/28/1992
Designating the Harleysville National Bank and Trust as the designated depository for all accounts of the Township
Res. 52-92
12/28/1992
Authorizing the sale of common stock held in equitable companies incorporated as a result of demutalization and authorizing the dispersal of proceeds from the sale to the equitable company for investment in the separate accounts of all Township Plan participants on a pro-rata basis reflecting their proportionate share in the total sums invested in said plan
Res. 1-93
1/4/1993
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of the Township for the calendar year 1993
Res. 3-93
2/8/1993
Authorizing the Township to request permission to participate in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Cooperative Purchasing Program
Res. 14-93
4/26/1993
Authorizing the sum of $21,166 to be set aside for participation in the Montgomery County Traffic Signal Upgrade program, which sum constitutes 1/3 share of the construction and installation costs to upgrade the 3 phase traffic control signal at Route 633 and Swamp Pike intersection in the Township
Res. 14a-93
3/22/1993
Authorizing the Township to solicit a request for proposal for planning, engineering, design services concerning the planning, development and improvement of a Central Township park and recreation area on certain land owned by the Township situate to the north of Kleman Road in the Township
Res. 21-93
6/14/1993
Appreciation to Bill Moyer for snow removal
Res. 28-93
9/27/1993
Authorizing the Township to support and endorse the recommendations of the bipartisan Montgomery County Open Space Task Force and to urge the Montgomery County Commissioners to adopt the $100 million open space program proposed by the task force as soon as possible
Res. 29-93
9/27/1993
Comply with RIRA program and Department of Community Affairs to obtain grant funds-Kleman Road Park
Res. 30-93
9/27/1993
Authorizing Lower Pottsgrove Township as the lead municipality to make application for a grant from the Department of Community Affairs on the Township's behalf in expressing its support for the proposed regional transportation study
Res. 31-93
11/10/1993
Registration of workmen's compensation coverage for contracts
Res. 39-93
12/20/1993
Setting the salary schedule of employees for 1994
Res. 1-94
1/3/1994
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of the Township for the calendar year 1994
Res. 2-94
1/3/1994
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown as the designated fdepository for all accounts of the Township
Res. 3-94
1/3/1994
Establishing the Agricultural Security District in specifically laying out the properties that the district shall include
Res. 4-94
1/10/1994
Recognition of Keith Leonard
Res. 5-94
1/24/1994
Appointing Reinhart and Co. as auditors
Res. 17-94
3/28/1994
Authorizing Tax Collector to collect fee
Res. 18-94
4/11/1994
Authorizing the Township to participate and make application to the 1994 Department of Community Affairs Community Development Block Program for the purpose of reconstructing Lee Road
Res. 19-94
4/11/1994
Authorizing the Township to participate in and make application to the Department of Community Affairs Community Development Block Grant Program for the purpose of reconstructing Deep Creek Road
Res. 21-94
6/20/1994
Authorizing the waiver of a uniformed employee's contribution to the uniformed police retirement and pension benefit plan for the year 1990 as a result of the certification of the uniformed police retirement and pension benefit plan as actuarially sound
Res. 23-94
6/20/1994
Authorizing the Urban Research and Development Corporation of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania to prepare an open space, recreation and public park plan and proposal for the Township and authorizing the expenditure of $16,500 for the preparation, development and presentation of the open space, recreation and public park plan for the Township
Res. 24-94
6/20/1994
Authorizing the waiver of the uniformed employee's contribution to the uniformed police retirement and pension benefit fund for the year 1991 as the fund is actuarially sound
Res. 25-94
6/20/1994
Authorizing the waiver of the uniformed employee's contribution to the uniformed police retirement and pension benefit fund for the year 1992 as the plan is actuarially sound
Res. 26-94
6/20/1994
Authorizing the waiver of the uniformed employee's contribution to the uniformed police retirement and pension benefit fund for the year 1993 as the plan is actuarially sound
Res. 27-94
6/20/1994
Authorizing the waiver of the uniformed employee's contribution to the uniformed police retirement and pension benefit fund for the year 1994 as the plan is actuarially sound
Res. 35-94
9/20/1994
Releasing the County from any financial obligation in connection with the Kleman Road Park Master Plan
Res. 38-94
12/--/1994
Authorizing an extension date be granted for the work being done to the intersection of Swamp Pike and Layfield Road
Res. 43-94
1/1/1995
Setting the salary schedule of nonuniform employees for 1995
Res. 45-94
12/19/1994
Authorizing the Township to include lands of Ralph J. Fluharty, Palmer E. Retzlaff, Leroy and Virginia Brendlinger and Thomas C. and Joan B. Yarnall to be included in the Agricultural Security District
Res. 1-95
1/3/1995
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of the Township for the calendar year 1995
Res. 2-95
1/3/1995
Designating the National Bank of Boyertown to be the designated depository for all accounts of the Township of New Hanover
Res. 4-95
1/3/1995
Appointing Robert Reinhart and Company to perform an independent audit of the books and records of the Township with regard to the 1994 tax year
Res. 6-95
1/23/1995
Hiring Glenn Yarnall
Res. 7-95
2/13/1995
Authorizing the Township Manager to make application to the Pennsylvania Federal Surplus Property Program
Res. 9-95
3/13/1995
Hank increases
Res. 10-95
3/13/1995
Urging the Pennsylvania General Assembly to save the Township taxpayers unnecessary costs by repealing the Prevailing Wage Act or by making its provisions optional for local governments
Res. 16-95
4/24/1995
Authorizing participating in the 1994 Department of Community Affairs Community Development Block Program and authorizing the Township Manager to make application to the same
Res. 20-95
7/24/1995
Adopting the 1994 Municipal Waste Management Plan Revisions as adopted by the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners
Res. 26-95
9/11/1995
Supporting the proposal prepared by the Montgomery County Planning Commission and encouraging the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection to consider the Small Water Systems Regionalization Grant
Res. 27-95
9/25/1995
Authorizing an amendment to the definition of the "normal form" in the Police Pension Plan prepared by the Principal Life Insurance Company
Res. 36-95
9/25/1995
Authorizing the Township to enter into a licensing agreement with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Transportation to use and operate certain copyright software programs for bridge analysis and rating and prestressed concrete girder specifications
Res. 40-95
11/13/1995
Recognizing Ray Batchelder's 20 year of service
Res. 41-95
--/--/1995
Authorization to execute documents for reimbursement for 80% of cost of Motley inspecting bridge
Res. 42-95
11/13/1995
Appointing Robert Reinhart and Company, CPA, to perform an independent audit of the Township's records and books with regard to the 1995 tax year
Res. 50-95
12/18/1995
Setting the salary schedule of nonuniformed employees
Res. 51-95
12/18/1995
Proving a drug and alcohol testing policy for employees with a CDL driver's license pursuant to the Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991, and Federal regulations thereunder
Res. 52-95
12/18/1995
Authorizing the adoption, enactment and implementation of the revisions to the New Hanover Township Act 537 plan pursuant to and in compliance with the Pennsylvania Sewage Facilities Act
Res. 1-96
1/2/1996
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of New Hanover Township-1996
Res. 2-96
1/2/1996
Designating National Penn Bank to be the designated depository for all accounts of the Township
Res. 3-96
1/2/1996
Authorizing the elimination of employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan for the year 1996
Res. 4-96
2/26/1996
Authorized opening accounts at Harleysville Bank
Res. 5-96
3/25/1996
Authorizing the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to sign an agreement
Res. 6-96
4/8/1996
Adopting, enacting and providing for the implementation of revisions to the New Hanover Township Act 537 plan pursuant to and in compliance with the Pennsylvania Sewage Facilities Act
Ord. 96-6
6/10/1996
Authorizing the Township to enter into an intergovernmental cooperation agreement establishing a police emergency team to be known as "Chesmont Emergency Response Team (CMERT)"
Res. 10-96
6/10/1996
Authorizing the Township Secretary to execute all forms and documents required for the purpose of obtaining financial assistance under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act
Res. 11-96
6/24/1996
Authorizing the Township to enter into a contract of employment between the Township and Prosper S. Guerre-Chaley for the Township's Public Works Department, to be assigned to such hours and job descriptions as may be necessitated and directed by the Township Public Works Director in excess of 25 hours per week and providing for certain employment benefits
Res. 16-96
--/--/1996
Authorizing the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to sign an agreement with the sewer authority for incorporated utilities facilities
Res. 19-96
10/14/1996
Enforcement of Ordinances by civil process
Res. 20-96
12/9/1996
Resolving to borrow
Res. 24-96
12/16/1996
Setting the salary of employees
Res. 1-97
1/6/1997
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of New Hanover Township-1997
Res. 2-97
1/6/1997
Naming Nation Penn Bank as depository
Res. 3-97
1/6/1997
Elimination of employee contribution to police pension for 1997
Res. 4-97
1/6/1997
Appointing Reinhart and Co. auditor - 1996
Res. 5-97
1/6/1997
Approving Prosper Guerre-Chaley Subdivision
Ord. 97-6
8/22/1997
Authorizing the Township to join with other local government units as a settlor of the Pennsylvania Local Government Investment Trust for the purpose of purchasing shares of the trust
Res. 12-97
2/24/1997
Implementation of revisions to Act 537
Res. 15-97
3/24/1997
Approving subdivision New Hanover Township/Nester
Res. 16-97
--/--/1997
Amends EDU schedule
Res. 17-97
4/14/1997
Authorizing Manager to apply for CDBG for Building ADA compliance
Res. 20-97
4/14/1997
Recognizing Janice Keyser
Res. 20A-97
6/9/1997
Authorizing acquisition reifshores props
Res. 23-97
7/28/1997
Approving Covered Bridge Ests. Phase IIB
Res. 24-97
7/28/1997
Approving NHT/Reifshores Co. Subdivision
Res. 25-97
8/11/1997
Investing in PLGIT
Res. 26-97
8/11/1997
Uniformed employees pension plan
Res. 27-97
8/25/1997
Approving revised form of requisition-infrastructure loan
Res. 28-97
8/25/1997
Approving application for loan
Res. 29-97
9/8/1997
Recreation and Rehabilitation Act Grant
Res. 35-97
9/20/1994
Releasing the County from any financial obligation in connection with the Kleman Road Park Master Plan
Res. 36-97
8/25/1997
Fluharty right-of-way accepted
Res. 37-97
8/25/1997
Approving New Hanover Partnership-N.H.T.P.C. #522
Res. 38-97
8/25/1997
Approve New Hanover Partnership roadway
Res. 39-97
--/--/1997
New Hanover Township partnership Street Light
Res. 43-97
11/10/1997
Keystone Recreation Grant
Res. 44-97
8/25/1997
Approving agricultural security district
Res. 50-97
11/24/1997
Release Funds Bridges
Res. 51-97
11/24/1997
Approving Gerhart Subdivision
Res. 52-97
11/24/1997
Plan Revision for New Land Development
Res. 53-97
12/15/1997
Setting salary schedule for NHT-nonuniform employees effective January 1, 1998
Res. 54-97
12/15/1997
Honoring Anita B. Turner for service to NHT
Res. 55-97
12/8/1997
Release funds-Henning Road Bridge
Res. 56-97
--/--/1997
Release funds-Middle Creek Bridge
Res. 57-97
--/--/1997
Honoring Dan McNeil
Res. 58-97
12/15/1997
Release funds-Houseman Road Bridge
Res. 59-97
11/24/1997
Resolution accepting RO-Gerhar subdivision
Res. 60-97
12/15/1997
Awarding Tax Anticipation Note
Res. 62-97
12/29/1997
Joseph Kennedy Planning Modules (Sewage)
Res. 1-98
1/5/1998
Authorizing Reinhart & Co. to audit 1997 fiscal year
Res. 2-98
1/5/1998
Rate of 3% to Tax Collector for light and per capita 1998
Res. 3-98
1/5/1998
Naming National Penn Bank as depository
Res. 4-98
1/12/1998
Eliminate employee contribution to police pension
Res. 5-98
1/12/1998
Montgomery County Infrastructure Loan-Houseman Road Bridge
Res. 6-98
1/12/1998
Montgomery County Infrastructure Loan-Houseman Road Bridge
Res. 7-98
1/12/1998
Montgomery Co. Infrastructure Loan for Middle Creek Road Bridge reconstruction
Res. 8-98
1/26/1998
Approving subdivision N.H.T.P.C. #522 New Hanover Partnership
Res. 10-98
2/9/1998
Amending 40-97 to change certain fees charged for copies of ordinances
Res. 11-98
2/9/1998
Authorizing acquisition of Schaffer Road property to be incorporated into NHT Open Space
Res. 12-98
2/9/1998
Infrastructure Loan for Middle Creek Road Bridge
Res. 15-98
2/23/1998
Approving Joseph H. Kennedy, Jr. subdivision
Res. 16-98
2/23/1998
Joseph E. Kennedy, Jr. land dedication
Res. 17-98
2/23/1998
Rivers conservation
Res. 18-98
3/9/1998
Montgomery Co. Infrastructure Loan Program Requisition #1
Res. 19-98
3/9/1998
Montgomery Co. Infrastructure Loan Program Requisition #2
Res. 21-98
3/23/1998
Acquisition of Schaffer Road property for open space
Res. 22-98
4/13/1998
Adopting standard construction and material specs for sewer extension in N.H.T
Res. 23-98
4/13/1998
Application to Community Block Grant for Hill Road
Res. 25-98
4/13/1998
Approving preliminary plan for Windlestrae Assocs. N.H.T.P.C. #507
Res. 26-98
4/13/1998
Approving revised land development N.H.T.P.C. #621 Scott Fluharty
Res. 27-98
4/13/1998
Adoption of program to adopt program for disposition at municipal records
Res. 28-98
4/13/1998
Authorizing destruction of original copies of public records
Res. 29-98
4/13/1998
Granting of Michael Rhodes portion of land to Township road system
Res. 30-98
4/13/1998
Montgomery Co. Infrastructure Loan for drainage project on Faust Road-Haines-Kibblehouse
Res. 31-98
4/13/1998
Infrastructure project on Faust Road Berks Prod
Res. 32-98
4/13/1998
Repeal of Res. 13-98 withdrawing from Co. traffic signal program
Res. 33-98
4/13/1998
Supporting passage of lawsuit abuse reform act
Res. 34-98
4/27/1998
Infrastructure Loan program A.D. Moyer
Res. 35-98
5/11/1998
Adopting a Comprehensive Plan
Res. 36-98
5/11/1998
Authorizing for lot #24-Weller Sub. 30 feet sanitary sewer and storm sewer easements
Res. 37-98
5/11/1998
Infrastructure Loan Req. #3 to Bertolet Construction
Res. 38-98
5/11/1998
Infrastructure Loan Req. #4 to Loftus Construction Inc
Res. 39-98
5/11/1998
Infrastructure Loan Req. #4 to Loftus Construction Inc
Res. 40-98
5/26/1998
Approving Colonial Ridge III Subdivision N.H.T.P.C. #620
Res. 46-98
6/13/1998
Establishing fees for Township sewer installation
Res. 48-98
7/27/1998
Procedure and standards for Pa. Right to know Act
Res. 51-98
8/10/1998
Acknowledging Michael A. Dykle, Police Chief for 20 years of service to Township
Res. 52-98
8/20/1998
Infrastructure Loan-Houseman Road Bridge Project-Street trees
Res. 53-98
8/10/1998
Municipal Renovations-first payment to Condello Homes
Res. 54-98
8/10/1998
Directing the Shade Tree Commission to develop an annual maintenance plan and schedule for all shade trees in Township parks and open space
Res. 56-98
8/24/1998
Right-of-Way for N.H.T.P.C. #632-Lutheran Road
Res. 57-98
9/14/1998
Grant application for trees in Township Road open space
Res. 59-98
9/14/1998
Municipal Renovations-second payment to Condello Homes
Res. 60-98
9/28/1998
Amending Res. 31-91, regarding the Agricultural Security Area
Res. 71-98
9/18/1999
Authorizing re-application for the 1998-1999 Keystone Grant
Res. 72-98
10/12/1998
Authorizing draw number 3 to Condello Homes and Renovations Co
Res. 73-98
10/12/1998
Naming National Penn Bank as primary depository
Res. 76-98
11/9/1998
First draw to Condello Homes for building renovations
Res. 77-98
11/9/1998
Fourth draw to Condello Homes for building renovations
Res. 79-98
11/23/1998
To Condello Homes for renovations-second and last draw
Res. 80-98
11/23/1998
To Condello Homes for renovations-fifth and final draw
Res. 85-98
12/14/1998
Setting salary for nonuniformed employees-1999
Res. 88-98
12/14/1998
Setting the salaries of various specified New Hanover Township nonuniformed employees
Res. 1-99
1/4/1999
Authorizing and appointing Reinhart & Company to audit the books, documents and accounts of the Township of New Hanover for the 1998 fiscal year
Res. 2-99
1/4/1999
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector and New Hanover Township for the calendar year 1999
Res. 3-99
1/4/1999
Authorizing the Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Treasurer and the Secretary of the Township to act on the behalf of the Township for certain duties
Res. 4-99
1/4/1999
Eliminating the employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan for 1999
Res. 6-99
1/25/1999
Authorizing the payment of no more than $49,042 to Anrich, Inc for construction of Lutheran Road wastewater collection system expansion
Res. 7-99
3/8/1999
Adopting into immediate effect the revised Emergency Operations Plan of the Township
Res. 10-99
3/22/1999
Authorizing application to the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and participation in said program
Res. 12-99
5/24/1999
Establishing a policy for selection, nomination and appointment of Township volunteers on boards, commissions and committees
Res. 14-99
6/14/1999
Requesting permission to participate in the Pennsylvania Department of General Services Cooperative Purchasing Program
Res. 15-99
6/28/1999
Requesting disbursement of $23,963.58 from the Montgomery County Infrastructure Loan Program Fund for Eichele Road reconstruction
Res. 16-99
6/28/1999
Charging the costs of construction of the Lutheran Road sewage extension collection system against properties benefited, improved or accommodated
Res. 17-99
7/12/1999
Authorizing the hanging of overhead banners promoting the Fall Frolic
Res. 18-99
7/12/1999
Establishing categories of exemption from the mandatory residential trash and recycling program and procedures for filing exemptions
Res. 19-99
7/21/1999
Confirming the terms of employment of Prosper S. Guerre-Chaley as approved by the New Hanover Township Board of Auditors on 6/15/1999
Res. 20-99
7/21/1999
Recognizing Sassamansville Volunteer Fire Company for 50 years of volunteer fire protection service
Res. 21-99
7/22/1999
Requesting disbursement of $13,591 from the Montgomery County Infrastructure Loan Program Fund for work on Middle Creek Road Bridge
Res. 23-99
8/9/1999
Disbursement of $61,676.55 from the Montgomery County Infrastructure Loan Program Fund for Eichele Road reconstruction
Res. 26-99
8/9/1999
Authorizing the Chairman and vice Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of the Township to execute all appropriate contracts, funds and other documentation to complete the Keystone Grant Application
Res. 28-99
9/27/1999
Authorizing the selection and appropriation of an area approximately 1278 square feet within the ultimate right-of-way of Swamp Pike and along the property owned by Harry and Darvene Daminiski
Res. 29-99
9/13/1999
Adopting a Recreation Committee charter
Res. 30-99
9/13/1999
Requesting disbursement of $3,824 from the Montgomery County Infrastructure Loan Program Fund for work on Middle Creek Road Bridge
Res. 31-99
9/13/1999
Authorizing payment of $13,477.38 to Floyd G. Hersh, Inc., for the Eichele Road construction project
Res. 32-99
9/13/1999
Authorizing payment of $30,477.05 to Floyd G. Hersh, Inc. for the Hill Road and Parestis Road construction project
Res. 33-99
9/13/1999
Authorizing payment of $30,477.05 to Floyd G. Hersh, Inc., for the Hill Road and Parestis Road construction project
Res. 34-99
10/25/1999
Ratifying the appointment of Salomon, Smith Barney, Inc. as pension investment manager for the New Hanover Township uniformed and nonuniformed pension funds
Res. 35-99
9/13/1999
Adopting a Recreation Committee charter
Res. 36-99
10/11/1999
Recognizing "Local Chamber of Commerce Month" in Pennsylvania
Res. 37-99
10/11/1999
Authorizing Maria S. Hitchens, Finance Officer, to act for the Township in obtaining financial assistance under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act
Res. 38-99
10/18/1999
Authorizing Anne W. Klepfer, Township Manager/Secretary to sell, assign and endorse for transfer, stocks, bonds, and securities of the New Hanover Township pension funds
Res. 39-99
10/25/1999
To charge a conveyance fee of $900 per equivalent dwelling unit prior to connection to the municipal wastewater collection, conveyance and treatment system
Res. 40-99
11/8/1999
Adopting an Environmental Advisory Board charter
Res. 41-99
11/8/1999
Appointing the members of the Environmental Advisory Board
Res. 45-99
12/31/1999
Commending, acknowledging and honoring James V. Taylor for his commitment, dedication and service to New Hanover Township
Res. 46-99
12/13/1999
Commending, acknowledging and honoring Robert Thomas for his commitment, dedication and service to New Hanover Township
Res. 52-99
12/13/1999
Setting the salary schedule of New Hanover Township nonuniform employees
Res. 53-99
12/13/1999
Accepting the terms and conditions of the Montgomery County Open Space Acquisition Grant
Ord. 99-6
10/25/1999
Adopting the Nonuniformed Pension Plan
Ord. 99-7
10/25/1999
Adopting the Police Pension Plan
Res. 1-00
1/4/2000
Authorizing the appointment of Reinhart & Company, certified public accountants to audit the books, documents and accounts of the Township for the 1999 fiscal year
Res. 2-00
1/4/2000
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of the Township for the calendar year 2000
Res. 3-00
1/4/2000
Authorizing the treasurer, secretary, assistant secretary, and supervisor of the Township to act on the behalf of the Township for certain duties
Res. 4-00
1/4/2000
Eliminating employee contributions to the police pension plan for 2000
Res. 5-00
1/4/2000
Creating an agreement with the New Hanover Township Volunteer Fire Co. No. 1 for firefighting services
Res. 10-00
4/24/2000
Authorizing and directing James Vlahos to sign the attached agility agreement
Res. 15-00
5/22/2000
Appointing members of the New Hanover Township Municipal Authority
Res. 16-00
5/8/2000
Establishing a unit price for participation in the New Hanover Township Residential Trash and Recycling Program
Res. 23-00
6/26/2000
Authorizing the study of regional planning by the Pottstown Area Council of Governments
Res. 24-00
6/26/2000
Establishing the Nonuniform Employee Pension Committee to make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors regarding the management of the Nonuniform Employee Pension Plan
Res. 25-00
8/31/2000
Setting forth additional criteria to consider when evaluating a road for a reduction in speed to 25 mph
Res. 33-00
10/23/2000
Recognizing "Local Chamber of Commerce Month" in Pennsylvania
Res. 34B-00
10/23/2000
Fixing and imposing a special purpose part tapping fee on the owner of each property making any connection to the municipal sewer system that will flow through the Reifsnyder Road pump station
Res. 39-00
11/13/2000
Adding a certain property to the New Hanover Township Agricultural Security District
Res. 47-00
12/11/2000
Appointing Reinhart and Company to audit the books, documents and accounts of the Township for the fiscal year 2000
Res. 48-00
12/11/2000
Setting the salary schedule for the Township nonuniformed employees, effective January 1, 2000
Res. 1-01
1/2/2001
Establishing the rate of compensation of the Tax Collector for the calendar year 2001
Res. 2-01
1/2/2001
Authorizing the President, Treasurer, Secretary and any assistant secretary to perform certain actions on behalf of the Township
Res. 3-01
1/2/2001
Eliminating employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan for 2001
Res. 5-01
1/2/2001
Establishing a capital reserve improvement fund
Res. 8-01
3/26/2001
Adding certain properties to the New Hanover Township Agricultural Security District
Res. 13-01
6/11/2001
Adopting the New Hanover Township harassment policy and incorporating said policy into the nonuniform employee handbook and the Police Department policy manual
Res. 16-01
6/11/2001
Adopting a flexible benefits plan and authorizing any Township officer to execute the necessary paperwork
Res. 17-01
6/25/2001
Establishing bylaws for the Pottstown Metropolitan Area Regional Planning Commission
Res. 18-01
7/9/2001
Adopting a cooperative agreement addendum to the Municipal Police Cooperative Agreement
Res. 23-01
8/27/2001
Adding certain properties to the New Hanover Township Agricultural Security District
Res. 26-01
9/24/2001
Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals
Res. 32-01
10/8/2001
Recognizing "Local Chamber of Commerce Month" in the Township
Res. 45-01
12/10/2001
Setting the salary schedule of the Township's nonuniformed employees, effective January 1, 2002
Res. 1-02
1/7/2002
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of the Township for the calendar year 2002
Res. 2-02
1/7/2002
Authorizing the President, Treasurer, Secretary or any assistant secretary to perform certain actions on behalf of the Township
Res. 3-02
1/7/2002
Authorizing the President, Treasurer, Secretary or any assistant secretary to perform certain actions on behalf of the Township
Res. 4-02
1/7/2002
Eliminating employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan for 2002
Ord. 02-1
1/28/2002
Amending the Nonuniformed Pension and Police Pension Plans
Res. 10-02
2/25/2002
Adding certain properties to the New Hanover Township Agricultural Security District
Res. 14-02
4/5/2002
Authorizing the Vice-Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to sign an agreement on its behalf and the Secretary be authorized and directed to attest the same
Res. 18-02
5/13/2002
Implementing certain policies and practices in an effort to operate more efficiently and effectively and has consulted with the Governor's Center for Local Government Services (hereinafter referred to as "Governor's Center") to obtain technical assistance on a variety of issues in the form of a peer review examination
Res. 20-02
7/8/2002
Agricultural Security District
Res. 24-02
7/15/2002
Adopting Ord. 91-7 and Res. 37-91, 35-91, 38-94, and 45-97; establishing and imposing a Capital Transportation District Impact Fee consistent with the terms and provisions of Act 209 established by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Res. 25-02
7/15/2002
Authorizing of the same, that the secretary of said Municipality Authority be authorized and directed to sign the attached grant on its behalf
Res. 27-02
8/12/2002
Authorizing the selection and appropriation of an area consisting of approximately 274.5 square feet located along the south-west corner and within the ultimate right-of-way of Pennsylvania Route 663 and Buchert and along the property owned by Robert A. and Georgine C. Kubilus, in the Township of New Hanover, authorizing the filing of a declaration of taking and any and all necessary actions for the acquisition thereof
Res. 28-02
8/12/2002
Authorizing the selection and appropriation of an area consisting of approximately 230 square feet located along the south-east corner and within the ultimate right-of-way of Pennsylvania Route 663 and Buchert and along the property owned by Kenneth E. and Jane C. Simon, in the Township of New Hanover, authorizing the filing of a declaration of taking and any and all necessary actions for the acquisition
Res. 31-02
9/23/2002
Pottstown Area Council of Governments was formed to enhance regional cooperation
Res. 47-02
10/14/2002
Applying for permit to install and operate traffic signals on Swamp Pike and New Hanover Square Road
Res. 48-02
10/14/2002
Desires to undertake the following project Community Park Development Phase 3
Res. 49-02
10/14/2002
Recognition of "Local Chamber of Commerce Month" in Pennsylvania
Res. 50-02
10/28/2002
Authorizing the destruction of original copies of public records as specifically provided for by the municipal records Act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 1381, et seq., in accordance with the schedules adopted by the local government records committee, and as enumerated and described herein
Res. 57-02
12/9/2002
Setting the wage and salary schedule of New Hanover Township nonuniform employees effective January 1, 2003
Res. 01-03
1/6/2003
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector
Res. 02-03
1/6/2003
Undersigned Secretary/Assistant Secretary of New Hanover Township corporation duly organized and existing under the laws of the State of Pennsylvania hereby, certifies that, at a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Company duly called and held at 2943 North Charlotte Street, City of Gilbertsville, County of Montgomery, State of Pennsylvania at which meeting a quorum was continuously present, the following resolutions were adopted, has been duly entered into the minute book of the Company, are in conformity with (as applicable) the Articles of Incorporation/Charter by-laws, are now in full force and effect, and have not been modified or rescinded in any manner
Res. 03-03
1/6/2003
Authorizing deposit agreement
Res. 04-03
1/6/2003
Eliminating employee contributions to the police pension plan for 2003
Res. 05-03
1/6/2003
Erb Mascio Builders sumbitted a lot line adjustment final plan to New Hanover Township, entitled "Lot Line Adjustment Covered Bridge Estates III-Phase 2, § 2 (a.k.a. Hanover Hunt)" prepared by Heritage Surveyors and Engineers, Inc., consisting of 1 plan sheet, dated December 3, 2002, last revised December 18, 2002 (hereinafter referred to as the "Plan")
Res. 06-03
1/6/2003
Rescinding the action taken and offer of dedication accepted by Res. 44-02, 45-02 and 46-02
Res. 09-03
3/10/2003
Authorizings to sponsor, establish, participate in, conduct, or administer a cooperative purchasing agreement for the procurement of any goods, materials, equipment, or services with another local public procurement unit
Res. 10-03
2/24/2003
Establishing the bikeway, street tree, sidewalk and park and recreation fees applicable to the Schaffer/Vitabile Subdivision
Res. 12-03
4/14/2003
Acknowledging and honoring James W. Vlahos for his commitment, dedication and service to New Hanover Township
Res. 13-03
4/14/2003
Acknowledging and honoring Prosper S. Guerre-Chaley for his commitment, dedication and service to New Hanover Township
Res. 14-03
4/14/2003
Acknowledging and recognizing Eileen Pogany for the hard work, service, efforts, commitment to duty, and loyalty to New Hanover Township and to express profound appreciation for 20 years of service to New Hanover Township and Community of New Hanover
Res. 15-03
4/14/2003
Acknowledging and recognizing Josesph Tomaselli for the hard work, service, extra efforts, commitment to duty, and loyalty to New Hanover Township Police Department and to express profound appreciation for 20 years of service to New Hanover Township and the greater community
Res. 16-03
4/14/2003
Acknowledging and recognizing Margaret A. Farrow for the hard work, service, extra efforts, commitment to duty, and loyalty to New Hanover Township and to express profound appreciation for 16 years of service to New Hanover Township and the community of New Hanover
Res. 17-03
4/14/2003
Acknowledging and recognizing Stephen Aston for the hard work, service, extra efforts, commitment to duty, and loyalty to New Hanover Township and to express profound appreciation for 20 years of service to New Hanover Township and the Greater community
Res. 18-03
4/14/2003
Applying for permit to install and operate traffic signals on Big Hoffmansville Road, New Hanover Square Road and Renninger Road
Res. 20-03
4/28/2003
That Janice E. Reid, Finance Director is hereby authorized to execute for and in behalf of New Hanover Township a public entity established under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, all required forms and documents for the purpose of obtaining financial assistance under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act (Public Law 93-288 as amended by Public Law 100-707)
Res. 23-02
6/9/2003
Amendment to Agricultural Security District
Res. 26-03
6/9/2003
Approving an emergency operations plan for the prevention and minimization of injury and damage caused by a major emergency or disaster within New Hanover Township
Res. 29-03
7/14/2003
The Boyertown YMCA, a Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation (the "YMCA"), has requested the assistance of the Boyertown Water Authority, a municipal authority (the "Authority)" in connection with the financing of a project (the "Project") consisting of (1) certain capital additions and improvements to the buildings of the YMCA located in Colebrookdale Township, Berks County and Douglas and New Hanover Townships, Montgomery County; (ii) the current refunding of certain outstanding taxable and tax-exempt debt of the YMCA with tax-exempt debt, originally incurred to finance the acquisition, construction, installation and equipping of various capital projects of the YMCA located in Colebrookdale Township, Berks County and Douglas and New Hanover Townships, Montgomery County; and (iii) the payment of the costs of issuance of the notes
Res. 30-03
8/11/2003
Authorizing and supporting a shared municipal services program grant
Res. 32-03
9/8/2003
Acknowledging Mary Jean Mikanowicz for her exemplary voting record and good citizenship
Res. 34-03
9/8/2003
Support of a peer-to-peer technical assistance grant to develop an inventory of public recreational sites and facilities in the Pottstown Metropolitan area
Res. 40-03
10/13/2003
Open space program municipal endorsement
Res. 41-03
10/13/2003
Desires to undertake the following project (project title) Master Site Plan of Layfield Park
Res. 42-03
10/13/2003
Desires to develop a network of bicycle and pedestrian paths, sidewalks and multi-use trails to offer the residents of the community an alternative to automobile travel for access to local services and promote a healthy citizenry by providing real opportunities for walkable neighborhoods
Res. 50-03
12/15/2003
Pursuant to the provisions of the Pennsylvania Second Class Township Code, 53 P.S. § 65101, et seq., the Township of New Hanover previously adopted and implemented a uniform annual assessment upon benefited properties calculated on a foot basis
Res. 53-03
12/15/2003
Setting the salary and wage schedule of New Hanover Township nonuniformed employees effective January 1, 2004
Res. 01-04
1/5/2004
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector
Res. 02-04
1/5/2004
Undersigned Secretary/Assistant Secretary of New Hanover Township a corporation duly organized and existing under the laws of the State of Pennsylvania hereby certifies that, at a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Company duly called and held at 2943 North Charlotte Street, City of Gilbertsville, County of Montgomery, State of Pennsylvania at which meeting a quorum was continuously present, the following resolution were adopted
Res. 03-04
1/5/2004
Eliminating employee contributions to the police pension plan for 2004
Res. 05-04A
2/9/2004
Transferring and assigning all assets, easement and rights-of-way of the wastewater treatment plant facility in accordance with the provisions of the leaseback agreement dated July 17, 2002
Res. 06-04
3/8/2004
Acknowledging and honoring William C. Moyer for his commitment, dedication and service beyond the call of duty to New Hanover Township
Ord. 04-03
4/26/2004
Amending the Nonuniformed Pension Plan
Ord. 04-04
5/24/2004
Adopting the nonuniformed employee rules and regulations
Res. 10-04
5/24/2004
Expressing gratitude and appreciation
Res. 13-04
5/24/2004
Setting forth its intent to adopt an ordinance amending and reestablishing an impact fee pursuant to the provisions of Act 209 of 1990, as amended, and appointing certain individuals to constitute an advisory committee to study and review such a proposal
Res. 18-04
6/28/2004
Adopting the bicycle and pedestrian trails master plan as prepared by Gannett Fleming, Inc.
Res. 20-04
8/23/2004
Heritage Building Group, Inc. Torrens Tract, Phase I
Res. 21-04
9/13/2004
Amendment to Agricultural Security District
Res. 29-04
10/11/2004
Desires to undertake the following project (project title) Master Site Plan of Layfield Park
Res. 32-04
11/22/2004
Establishing the registration fee for alternate/private haulers registering with the Township to collect municipal waste and recyclable materials within New Hanover Township
Res. 36-04
12/13/2004
Setting the salary and wage schedule of New Hanover Township nonuniformed employees effective January 1, 2005
Res. 01-05
1/3/2005
Establishing a rate of compensation for the Tax Collector at 3%
Res. 04-05
1/3/2005
Authorizing accounts with National Penn Bank
Res. 05-05
1/3/2005
Eliminating employee contribution to the Police Pension Plan for 2005
Res. 10-05
1/24/2005
Authorizing the Township of New Hanover to apply for the Green Region-the PECO Energy Open Space Grant Program for funding to support development of the Township's Open Space Plan
Res. 11-05
2/14/2005
Authorizing and Empowering Its Local Tax Collector, Berkheimer, To Impose and Retain Costs of Delinquent Taxes
Res. 16-05
3/28/2005
Authorizing application for a permit to install and operate a traffic signal at Hoffmansville Road and Route 663
Res. 18-05
3/28/2005
Adopting the Act 209 Transportation Advisory Committee's Land Use Assumptions Report prepared by Gannett Fleming, Inc.
Res. 22-05
5/23/2005
Approving and Adopting the Roadway Sufficiency Analysis
Res. 24-05
7/13/2005
Approving and Adopting the Roadway Sufficiency Analysis and Transportation Capital Improvements Plan
Res. 26-05
7/11/2005
Authorizing the Destruction of Original Copies of Public Record as Specifically Provided for By the Municipal Records Act
Res. 30-05
9/12/2005
Approving and Adopting the Purchase Of Equipment Under the PACC Contract of the City of Harrisburg
Res. 31-05
9/12/2005
Applying for a Permit to Install and Operate Traffic Signals on Layneld & Hill Roads
Res. 37-05
9/26/2005
Authorizing application to DCNR for bike path bridge
Res. 38-05
10/10/2005
Authorizing application to DCNR for a Master Park and Recreation Planning Grant
Ord. 05-07
11/14/2005
Adopting the Pottstown Metropolitan Region Intergovernmental Cooperative Implementation Agreement for Regional Planning
Res. 45-05
11/14/2005
Adopt the Pottstown Metropolitan Regional Comprehensive Plan
Ord. 05-08
12/12/2005
Authorizing the participation of the Township in the Delaware Valley Health Insurance Trust pursuant to the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation Law
Res. 51-05
12/12/2005
Setting the Salary Schedule of New Hanover Township Non-Uniform Employees Effective 1/1/2006
Res. 01-06
1/3/2006
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector for 2006
Res. 04-06
1/3/2006
National Penn Bank is designated a depository of funds for the Corporation
Res. 05-06
1/3/2006
Eliminating employee contributions to the police pension plan for 2006
Res. 07-06
1/9/2006
Appointing Michael E. Slezak and Anastasia Meder as regular members of the New Hanover Township Zoning Hearing Board for a term of 5 years
Res. 11-06A
2/13/2006
Commending the New Hanover Township Public Works Department for exemplary performance in snow removal/roadway maintenance during snowstorm of February 12, 2006
Res. 13-06
3/13/2006
Adopting minimum technical specifications for traffic control signalization within New Hanover Township
Res. 14-06
3/27/2006
Adopting the New Hanover Township open space plan
Res. 18-06
3/27/2006
Endorsing the articles of agreement of the Montgomery County consortium of communities: authorizing the execution of said agreement: and the participation in consortium affairs by the appropriate officials of New Hanover Township
Res. 20-06
4/10/2006
Authorizing the application of a shared municipal services grant for the purpose of joint purchasing law enforcement equipment with Douglass Township, Montgomery County and authorizing the expenditure of matching funds
Res. 21-06
4/24/2006
Authorizes ceratin Township officials and employers to perform certain banking activities at National Penn Bank
Res. 24-06
5/22/2006
Girl Scouts of Southeastern Pennsylvania to Michael and Sencia Swoyer Annexation Plan N.H.T.P.C. #724
Res. 25-06
5/22/2006
Approving the placement of a referendum on the November 2006 election ballot to allow voters to determine whether the earned income tax should be raised a certain millage in order to fund additional open space acquisitions in New Hanover Township
Res. 26-06
5/22/2006
Adding Edward Wagner, Township Manager
Res. 30-06
6/26/2006
Approving and adopting a comprehensive standard construction and material specification for public improvements
Res. 34-06
6/26/2006
Naming authorized officers
Ord. 06-05
7/24/2006
Amending and restating the New Hanover Police Pension Plan by providing for the mandatory benefits of Act 600, as amended by Act 30 of 2002
Res. 53-06
9/25/2006
Designation of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) as the basis for all incident management in New Hanover Township, Pennsylvania
Res. 54-06
9/25/2006
Pursuant to resolution no. A, the Board of Supervisors of New Hanover Township designated as the standard for incident management the National Incident Management system (NIMS)
Res. 55-06
9/25/2006
Desires to undertake the following project Township-wide Park and Recreation Master Plan
Res. 56-06
10/9/2006
Amending the New Hanover Township nonuniformed employee handbook date January 26, 2004
Res. 65-06
11/27/2006
Authorizing the destruction of original copies of public record as specifically provided for by the municipal records Act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. #1831, et seq., in accordance with the schedules adopted by the local government records committee, and as enumerated and described herein
Res. 69-06
12/11/2006
Setting the salary schedule of New Hanover Township nonuniform employees effective January 1, 2007
Res. 70-06
12/11/2006
Amending the New Hanover Township nonuniformed Employee Handbook dated January 26, 2004
Res. 01-07
1/2/2007
Appointing Larry Gooding and Mark Wyle as regular members of the New Hanover Township Zoning Hearing Board for a term of 5 years
Res. 02-07
1/2/2007
Establishing a rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of New Hanover Township for the calendar year 2007
Res. 05-07
1/2/2007
Authorizing accounts with National Penn Bank
Res. 06-07
1/2/2007
Police pension fund for 2007
Res. 17-07
2/26/2007
Amending Appendix VII, CDL Drug Policy, of the New Hanover Township nonuniformed employee handbook dated January 26, 2004
Res. 21-07
3/26/2007
Amending the New Hanover Township nonuniformed employee handbook dated January 26, 2004 to establish a call-in policy for employees in the event of an emergency
Res. 25-07
4/9/2007
Establishing a § 457, deferred compensation plan
Res. 33-07
5/14/2007
Authorizing participation in PACC (PA Capital City) vehicle and equipment contract
Res. 36-07
8/27/2007
Amending the New Hanover Township nonuniformed employee handbook dated January 26, 2004, to revise the regulations for the use of Township vehicles
Res. 37-07
6/25/2007
Amending the New Hanover Township nonuniformed employee handbook dated January 26, 2004, to provide additional regulations for the use of compensation time and flex time
Res. 38-07
6/25/2007
Amending the New Hanover Township nonuniformed employee handbook dated January 26, 2004, to provide additional regulations for sick leave
Res. 39-07
6/25/2007
Amending the New Hanover Township nonuniformed employee handbook dated January 26, 2004
Res. 40-07
6/25/2007
Amending the New Hanover Township nonuniformed employee handbook dated January 26, 2004, to revise regulations dealing with conflicts of interest and the Township code of Ethics
Res. 53-07
9/24/2007
Authorizing the Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania to construct a pedestrian bridge as part of the Camp Laughing Waters Land Development subject to compliance with certain conditions
Res. 59-07
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Adopting the Montgomery County Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan
Res. 60-07
11/12/2007
Placement of signs on permanently preserved farms
Res. 67-07
12/20/2007
Setting the salary schedule of New Hanover nonuniformed employees effective January 1, 2008
Res. 01-08
1/7/2008
Appointing James Carroll as a regular member of the New Hanover Township Zoning Hearing Board for a term of 5 years
Res. 02-08
1/7/2008
Establishing the rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of New Hanover Township for collection of per capita taxes for the calendar year 2008
Res. 03-08
1/7/2008
Setting the streetlight front foot assessment rate for the calendar year 2008
Res. 05-08
1/7/2008
Appointing signatories authorized to sign financial and other documents on behalf of New Hanover Township
Res. 06-08
1/7/2008
Eliminating the employee contribution to the police pension fund for calendar year 2008
Res. 08-08
1/28/2008
Authorizing the destruction of original copies of public record as specifically provided for by the Municipal Records Act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. #1831, et seq., in accordance with the schedules adopted by the local government records committee, and as enumerated and described herein
Res. 09-08
1/28/2008
Nonuniformed employee handbook dated January 26, 2004, to amend the call-in policy for employees in the event of an emergency
Res. 10-08
2/11/2008
Eliminating the contribution to the nonuniform employee pension fund for calendar year 2008
Res. 22-08
4/28/2008
Authorizing participation in PACC (PA Capital City) vehicle and equipment contract
Res. 23-08
4/28/2008
Amending the New Hanover Township open space plan to identify additional parcels targeted for open space acquisition
Res. 42-08
10/27/2008
Authorizing and directing Martin Days, Chairman, to sign agreements on behalf of the Township
Res. 43-08
10/27/2008
Amending the New Hanover Township Non-uniformed Employee Handbook dated January 26, 2004, to add a new subsection entitled "Other Public Service"
Res. 44-08
11/10/2008
Amending the New Hanover Township Non-Uniformed Employee Handbook dated January 26, 2004, to amend Article VIII, Training/Education Incentive
Res. 49-08
12/8/2008
Setting the salary schedule of New Hanover Township non-uniformed employees effective January 1, 2009
Res. 01-09
1/5/2009
Establishing the rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of New Hanover Township for collection of per capita taxes for the calendar year 2009
Res. 02-09
1/5/2009
Setting the streetlight front foot assessment rate for the calendar year 2009
Res. 04-09
1/5/2009
Appointing signatories authorized to sign financial and other documents on behalf of New Hanover Township
Res. 05-09
1/5/2009
Eliminating the employee contribution to the police pension fund for calendar year 2009
Res. 06-09
1/5/2009
Closing out Community Conservation Partnership Grant Project (BRC-TAG-11-227)
Res. 08-09
1/26/2009
Authorizing issuance of individual procurement cards
Res. 09-09
2/9/2009
Eliminating the contribution to the non-uniform employee pension fund for calendar year 2009
Res. 10-09
2/9/2009
Amending the New Hanover Township Non-uniformed Employee Handbook dated January 26, 2004, to amend Article V, § 505.3 Compensatory Time; and § 508.2 Time Cards and Time Sheets
Res. 11-09
2/9/2009
Amending the New Hanover Township Non-uniformed Employee Handbook dated January 26, 2004, to amend Article VI, § 601(a), Sick Leave and removing § 602(b), Vacation Leave, and amending § 602(c), Vacation Leave
Res. 12-09
2/9/2009
Amending the New Hanover Township Non-Uniformed Employee Handbook dated January 26, 2004, to amend Article VII, § 703.4, Group Insurance Benefits
Res. 13-09
2/9/2009
Authorizing the destruction of original copies of public record as specifically provided for by the Municipal Records Act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 1831 et seq., in accordance with the schedules adopted by the Local Government Records Committee, and as enumerated and described herein
Res. 14-09
2/9/2009
Authorizing the submission of an application to the Montgomery County Green Fields/Green Towns Program for a Grant to assist in the purchase of a certain property located at 2140 Big Road, New Hanover Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, known as the Hickory Park Campground, identified as Tax Parcel Number 47-00-03314-00-5 ("Property")
Res. 15-09
2/23/2009
Amending the New Hanover Township Non-Uniformed Employee Handbook dated January 26, 2004, to amend Article VII, § 702, Paid Personal Days
Res. 28-09
5/11/2009
Authorizing the destruction of original copies of public record as specifically provided for by the Municipal Records Act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 1831 et seq., in accordance with the schedules adopted by the Local Government Records Committee, and as enumerated and described herein
Res. 33-09
6/22/2009
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. 37-09
8/10/2009
TCC Voting Delegate Appointment
Res. 46-09
10/26/2009
Ratifying the appointment of Connors Investor Services, Inc., as Pension Investment Manager for the New Hanover Township police and non-uniform pension funds
Res. 53-09
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Amending the New Hanover Township Non-uniform Employee Handbook dated May 12, 2008, to amend Article V, § 509, Salary and Wages
Res. 01-10
1/4/2010
Establishing the rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of New Hanover Township for collection of per capita taxes for the calendar year 2010
Res. 02-10
1/4/2010
Setting the streetlight front foot assessment rate for the calendar year 2010
Res. 03-10
1/4/2010
Appointing signatories authorized to sign financial and other documents on behalf of New Hanover Township
Res. 04-10
1/4/2010
Eliminating the employee contribution to the police pension fund for calendar year 2010
Res. 05-10
1/4/2010
Setting the salary schedule and salary caps of New Hanover Township non-uniformed employees effective January 1, 2010
Res. 08-10
2/8/2010
Amending the New Hanover Township Non-uniformed Employee Handbook dated January 26, 2004, to amend Article III, Employment Policies, § 306, Payroll Withholdings
Res. 09-10
2/8/2010
Eliminating the contribution to the non-uniform employee pension fund for calendar year 2010
Res. 12-10
2/22/2010
Amending the New Hanover Township Non-Uniformed Employee Handbook dated January 26, 2004, to amend Article V, Salary Administration and Hours of Work, §§ 503.6 and 503.7, and to add a new § 510
Ord. 10-01
4/12/2010
Approving an amendment to the Pottstown Metropolitan Regional Intergovernmental Cooperative Implementation Agreement for Regional Planning
Res. 14-10
4/12/2010
Approving map amendments to the Pottstown Metropolitan Regional Comprehensive Plan
Res. 26-10
6/21/2010
Authorizing the destruction of original copies of public record as specifically provided for by the Municipal Records Act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 1831 et seq., in accordance with the schedules adopted by the Local Government Records Committee
Res. 27-10
7/12/2010
Authorizing the destruction of original copies of public record as specifically provided for by the Municipal Records Act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 1831 et seq., in accordance with the schedules adopted by the Local Government Records Committee
Res. 32-10
7/12/2010
Temporary burn ban
Res. 32A-10
8/9/2010
Requesting that Lower Perkiomen Creek and its tributaries be listed in the Pennsylvania Rivers Conservation Registry
Res. 34-10
8/9/2010
Designation of Agent resolution for February 2010 snow event
Ord. 10-03
9/13/2010
Amending the New Hanover Police Pension Plan by removing § X, killed in service death benefit of Ord. 2006-05
Res. 35-10
9/13/2010
Approving map amendments to the Pottstown Metropolitan Regional Comprehensive Plan
Res. 37-10
9/13/2010
Opposition to Forced Local Government Mergers and Consolidations
Res. 38-10
9/13/2010
Temporary burn ban
Res. 45-10
11/8/2010
Taxing Authority 2011 Tax Collector Acceleration Decision
Res. 01-11
1/3/2011
Appointing Anastasia Meder and Michael Slezak as regular members of the New Hanover Township Zoning Hearing Board for a term of 5 years, expiring January 1, 2016, and Kevin Mcaghon to fill an empty seat to a term expiring January 1, 2013
Res. 02-11
1/3/2011
Establishing the rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of New Hanover Township for collection of per capita taxes for the calendar year 2011
Res. 03-11
1/3/2011
Setting the streetlight front foot assessment rate for the calendar year 2011
Res. 05-11
1/3/2011
Appointing signatories authorized to sign financial and other documents on behalf of New Hanover Township
Res. 09-11
1/24/2011
Setting the employee contribution to the police pension fund for calendar year 2011
Res. 10-11
3/14/2011
TCC Voting Delegate Appointment
Res. 11-11
3/14/2011
Authorizing the destruction of original copies of public record as specifically provided for by the Municipal Records Act
Res. 12-11
3/14/2011
Amending the New Hanover Township non-uniformed employee handbook dated January 26, 2004, to amend Article VI, § 601(C), and 601(E), titled sick leave
Res. 13-11
3/28/2011
Authorizing the destruction of original copies of public record
Res. 14-11
4/11/2011
Celebrating Local Government Week (April 11-15, 2011) in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Res. 15-11
5/9/2011
Formally opposing proposed Pennsylvania Senate Bill 898
Res. 23-11
7/11/2011
Upgrading its system, including obtaining radios that are compliant with the new national P25 Phase 2 standards for digital public safety communications systems
Res. 25-11
8/8/2011
Temporary burn ban
Res. 27-11
12/12/2011
Approving, adopting and place into immediate effect the Emergency Operations Plan of New Hanover Township dated April 20, 2011. This Plan shall be reviewed on an annual basis to make certain that it conforms to the requirements of the Montgomery County Emergency Operations Plan
Res. 28-11
10/10/2011
Resolving by authority, that Martin Dyas, Chairman of said municipality be authorized and directed to sign the agreement on its behalf of Edward C. Wagner, Township Manager
Res. 32-11
12/12/2011
Designation of agent for Tropical Storm Lee, September 3, ongoing
Res. 33-11
12/12/2011
Designation for agent for Hurricane Irene, August 26-30, 2011
Res. 01-12
1/3/2012
Appointing Larry Gooding and Mark Wylie as regular members of the New Hanover Township Zoning Hearing Board for a term of 5 years
Res. 02-12
1/3/2012
Establishing the rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of New Hanover Township for collection of per capita taxes for the calendar year 2012
Res. 03-12
1/3/2012
Setting the streetlight front foot assessment rate for the calendar year 2012
Res. 05-12
1/3/2012
Appointing signatories authorized to sign financial and other documents on behalf of New Hanover Township
Res. 06-12
1/3/2012
Appointing signatories authorized to sign financial and other documents on behalf of New Hanover Township
Res. 07-12
1/3/2012
Setting the salary schedule and salary caps of New Hanover Township non-uniformed employees effective January 1, 2012
Res. 08-12
2/13/2012
Resolving, Martin Dyas, Chairman, Board of Supervisors, is hereby authorized to execute the Cooperative Agreement Addendeum dated February 13, 2012, dealing with the additional municipal membership of Lower Frederick Township, Montgomery County PA in the Chesmont Emergency Response Team (CMERT)
Res. 12-12
4/9/2012
Removing 1 company-owned, 100-watt, high-pressure sodium vapor, ornamental streetlight on a post-top fiberglass pole #60009-35701 across from 448 Windy Hill Road within the Township
Res. 17-12
7/9/2012
Temporary burn ban
Res. 18-12
8/13/2012
Adopting recommendation number 10-02, of the VFIS Fire Assessment dated October, 2010
Res. 26-12
11/12/2012
Recognizing New Hanover Township Fire Company as the official and exclusive volunteer fire company of New Hanover Township and authorizing Sassamansville Fire Company to respond, as directed and requested as a mutual aid provider
Ord. 13-01
1/7/2013
Electing to approve penalty, interest and fee schedule for collection of delinquent real estate taxes
Res. 01-13
1/7/2013
Appointing Lorene Little as a regular member of the New Hanover Township Zoning Hearing Board for a term of 5 years
Res. 02-13
1/7/2013
Establishing the rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of New Hanover Township for collection of per capita taxes for the calendar year 2013
Res. 04-13
1/7/2013
Setting the streetlight front foot assessment rate for the calendar year 2013
Res. 06-13
1/7/2013
Appointing signatories authorized to sign financial and other documents on behalf of New Hanover Township
Res. 07-13
1/7/2013
Setting the employee contribution to the police pension fund for calendar year 2013
Res. 09-13
2/11/2013
Designation for agent for Hurricane Sandy-October 26 through November 8
Res. 10-13
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Adopting the 2012 Montgomery County Hazard Mitigation Plan
Res. 11-13
2/11/2013
Setting the salary schedule and salary caps of New Hanover Township non-uniformed employees effective January 1, 2013
Res. 13-13
3/11/2013
Appointing TCC Voting Delegates
Res. 20-13
8/26/2013
Authorizing the destruction of original copies of public record as specifically provided for by the Municipal Records Act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 1381 et seq., in accordance with the schedules adopted by the Local Government Records Committee
Res. 23-13
10/14/2013
Authorizing the destruction of original copies of public record as specifically provided for by the Municipal Records Act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 1381 et seq., in accordance with the schedules adopted by the Local Government Records Committee
Res. 28-13
12/18/2013
Amending § 509 Titled Salary and Wages of the Non-uniform Employee Handbook established by the New Hanover Township Board of Supervisors
Res. 01-14
1/6/2014
Establishing the rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of New Hanover Township for collection of per capita taxes for the calendar year 2014
Res. 02-14
1/6/2014
Setting the streetlight front foot assessment rate for the calendar year 2014
Res. 04-14
1/6/2014
Appointing signatories authorized to sign financial and other documents on behalf of New Hanover Township
Res. 05-14
1/6/2014
Setting the salary schedule and salary caps of New Hanover Township non-uniformed employees effective January 1, 2014
Res. 06-14
1/6/2014
Setting the employee contribution to the police pension fund for calendar year 2014
Res. 08-14
1/6/2014
Corporate authorization resolution by Great Eastern Management and the New Hanover Township
Res. 09-14
2/10/2014
Authorizing and directing to submit the attached application for Traffic Signal Approval to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and to sign this application on behalf of the Township
Res. 10-14
2/11/2014
Authorizing and directing to submit the attached application for Traffic Signal Approval to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and to sign this application on behalf of the Township
Res. 12-14
3/10/2014
Appointing signatories authorized to sign financial and other documents on behalf of New Hanover Township
Res. 13-14
3/10/2014
Appointing a Township Secretary and an Assistant Township Secretary
Res. 14-14
3/10/2014
Establishing access to the PLGIT account website on behalf of New Hanover Township
Res. 15-14
3/24/2014
Approving and adopting minimum technical specifications for traffic control signalization within New Hanover Township
Res. 16-14
4/14/2014
Authorizing and directing to submit the attached application for traffic signal Approval to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and to sign this application on behalf of the Township
Res. 17-14
4/14/2014
Authorizing and directing to submit the attached application for traffic signal Approval to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and to sign this application on behalf of the Township
Res. 25-14
12/8/2014
Authorizing the destruction of original copies of public record as specifically provided for by the Municipal Records Act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 1381 et seq., in accordance with the schedules adopted by the Local Government Records Committee
Res. 01-15
1/5/2015
Establishing the rate of compensation to the Tax Collector of New Hanover Township for collection of per capita taxes for the calendar year 2015
Res. 02-15
1/5/2015
Setting the streetlight front foot assessment rate for the calendar year 2015
Res. 04-15
1/5/2015
Appointing signatories authorized to sign financial and other documents on behalf of New Hanover Township
Res. 06-15
1/5/2015
Setting the employee contribution to the police pension fund for calendar year 2015
Res. 08-15
1/6/2015
Corporate authorization resolution by Great Eastern Management and the New Hanover Township
Res. 09-15
1/5/2015
Authorizing an application to the Pennsylvania Municipal Assistance Program
Res. 12-15
3/23/2015
PennDOT Master Casting Agreement
Res. 13-15
3/23/2015
Appointing Greg Maskrey as a regular member of the New Hanover Township Zoning Hearing Board
Res. 16-15
6/8/2015
Adopting the Pottstown Metropolitan Region Comprehensive Plan
Res. 17-15
6/22/2015
Establishing access to the PennDOT Business Partner ID (BPID) website on behalf of the Township
Res. 19-15
7/13/2015
Amending Article XIII of the New Hanover Township Personnel Handbook, as amended, to include § 7, entitled "Expenditure Policy," revising the current purchasing policy of the Department heads of the Township and the powers of the Township Manager to effectuate such purchasing
Ord. 15-01
9/14/2015
Authorizing participation in the PSATS Unemployment Compensation Group Trust
Res. 22-15
9/14/2015
Approving Emergency Operations Plan
Res. 24-15
11/9/2015
Authorizing Kevin Tobias to sign as the Township's designated agent for disbursement of State aid funds related to Hurricane Irene
Res. 02-16
1/4/2016
Setting the streetlight front foot assessment rate for the calendar year 2016
Res. 04-16
1/4/2016
Appointing signatories authorized to sign financial and other documents on behalf of New Hanover Township
Res. 06-16
1/4/2016
Setting the employee contribution to the police pension fund for calendar year 2016
Res. 10-16
1/11/2016
Reappointing Anastasia Meder to Zoning Hearing Board
Res. 17-16
4/29/2016
Supporting MCATO's effort to keep the City of Philadelphia wage tax in the municipality in which the nonresident working in Philadelphia reside
Res. 18-16
4/29-2016
Designating agent for reimbursement of funds for cleanup of Snowstorm Jonas January 22 and 23, 2016
Res. 19-16
5/9/2016
Appointing James Butler to Zoning Hearing Board
Res. 21-16
5/23/2016
Adopting and submitting to the DEP Sewage Facilities Planning Module related to subdivision development proposed by Saras Partnership
Ord. 17-01
1/23/2017
Dissolving the Ches-Mont Emergency Response Team and authorizing the Township to enter into an intergovernmental cooperation agreement to establish the Montgomery County S.W.A.T. - Western Region