Township of Williams, PA
Northampton County
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§ D-101 Governmental and Intergovernmental Affairs.

Ord./Res.
Date
Subject
Ord. 3
4/5/1952
Extending the Social Security System to employees and officers of the Township, and for the execution of such agreement with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as is necessary to effectuate coverage of employees and officers of the Township under the old age and survivors insurance system
Ord. 1985-1
12/26/1985
Setting the Supervisors' compensation based on Township population
Ord. 1986-2
9/18/1986
Establishing and regulating of a pension plan for the full-time non-uniformed employees of the Township
Ord. 1988-4
11/10/1988
Amending the Township Ord. 1986-2 which established pension plan for the full-time non-uniformed employees of the Township, which amendment would increase the benefits to be paid by raising the percentage credit for years of service from 1/4% to 3/4%
Res. 1989-5
8/10/1989
Adopting the Comprehensive Plan
Ord. 1989-7
11/9/1989
Declaring portions of the entirety of its Zoning Ordinance invalid and proposing to prepare a curative amendment to rectify and amend the invalidity
Res. 12/13/1990
12/13/1990
Authorizing, ratifying and consenting to certain activities of the Williams Township Fire Company No. 1 and the Williams Township Emergency Company, Inc.
Res. 1991-1
1/7/1991
Entering into a contractual agreement with Berkheimer Associates, a division of H.A. Berkheimer, Inc., to collect delinquent per capita and occupation privilege taxes
Res. 1991-4
4/11/1991
The Nature Conservancy and other agencies are starting a program of conserving as much as possible the natural resources of the Mid-Delaware River area, both New Jersey and Pennsylvania, along the Delaware River
Ord. 1991-5
8/8/1991
Establishing and authorizing tax certification fees for the issuance of real estate tax certifications; appointing the Williams Township Tax Collector as the authorized tax certifier and establishing a fee for the service thereof
Res. 1991-5
8/8/1991
The 2 Rivers Council of Governments will be operating an intermunicipally, cooperative project to obtain funds to defray the cost of initial administrative expenses
Res. 1991-6
8/8/1991
Appointing the firm of Berkheimer Associates, a division of H.A. Berkheimer, Inc., to act as delinquent occupational privilege Tax Collector
Res. 1992-1
5/14/1992
The Mariton Wildlife Sanctuary and Wilderness Trust was cofounded by Mary R. and Antonio P. Guerrero in 1969, which consists of approximately 200 acres of open fields and woodland
Res. 1993-3
11/11/1993
Requesting permission to participate in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Cooperative Purchasing Program
Res. 1994-7
4/14/1994
Agrees to cooperate in the organization and activities, and to abide by the by-laws of the 2 Rivers Council of Governments
Res. 1994-9
7/14/1994
Recognizes that the Delaware River and its tributaries are essential resources and that protection of their environmental, cultural, recreational and economic development value is important
Res. 1995-3
3/9/1995
Expressed the desire and intention to design and implement a county-wide 911 system
Res. 1995-4
4/13/1995
Urges the Pennsylvania General Assembly to save our Township's taxpayers unnecessary costs by repealing the Prevailing Wage Act or by making its provisions optional for local governments
Res. 1995-11
9/21/1995
Authorizing a three-year commitment of $500 per year to be a founder in the Lehigh Valley Economic Development Coporation
Ord. 1995-2
12/14/1995
Setting compensation for Supervisors, from and after January 1, 1996, for supervisors elected after that date
Res. 1996-6
3/14/1996
Declaring a State of emergency due to flooding, road, street and swale washouts and various damage to public and private property
Res. 1996-19
7/11/1996
National register of historic places nomination and agricultural conservation and development study for Stouts Valley
Res. 1996-20
7/11/1996
Approving venture agreement with Glendon Borough for road maintenance and repair of Berger Road
Res. 1996-22
8/8/1996
The duly elected Tax Collector of the Township, Ms. Terry Hineline, has nominated Ms. Becky Young and Ms. Sharon Klinger as Deputy Tax Collectors by way of written notice to the Board of Supervisors dated July 11, 1996
Res. 1996-26
12/12/1996
The Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund Act, authorized the Department of Community Affairs (DCA) and the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to provide grant funds for various park, recreation and conservation facility projects
Res. 1997-12
7/10/1997
Employment/appointment of Mr. Kirk Demyan to the office of Township Manager
Res. 1997-14
10/9/1997
Approving the constitution and by-laws of the Township Recreation Board
Res. 11/13/1997
11/13/1997
The Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund Act, provides a source of grant funds to the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau of Recreation and Conservation, to implement a grant-in-aid program for community park, recreation and conservation projects, rails-to-trails projects, and rivers conservation projects
Ord. 1998-1
2/12/1998
Amending the Township Ord. 1986-2 which established pension plan for the full-time non-uniformed employees of the Township, which amendment would revise the benefits to be paid by: raising the percentage credit for years of service from 3/4% to 1%; decreasing the early retirement requirements related to vesting and establishing early retirement benefits in accordance with vesting schedule percentage
Res. 1998-11
4/9/1998
Entered into a contractual agreement with Berkheimer Associates to collect the earned income tax
Res. 1998-15
6/24/1998
Requiring the members of the Planning Commission and the Zoning Hearing Board to respond to a request for their signature withing 72 hours after the request has been made
Res. 1998-28
12/30/1998
Appointed Berkheimer Associates to collect the earned income tax levied by it in accordance with Res. 1998-10
Res. 1998-30
12/30/1998
Appointing an accountant to audit the accounts of the Township for fiscal year 1998
Res. 1999-1
2/11/1999
Recognizing the 250th Anniversary Committee and defining additional responsibilities of the Township Treasurer and Secretary
Res. 1999-5
4/8/1999
Approving agreement between the Department of Environmental Protection of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Township pertaining to a Municipal recycling program grant
Res. 1999-6
5/13/1999
Recognizing the 50th anniversary of the Williams Township Fire Company #1 and defining celebration activities
Res. 1999-16
7/8/1999
Requesting permission to participate in the Pennsylvania Department of General Services Cooperative Purchasing Program
Res. 1999-17
8/12/1999
Establishing a deferred compensation plan for the Township
Res. 1999-24
9/22/1999
Authorizing and directing the Chairman of the Township to sign the attached agreement on its behalf
Res. 1999-25
10/14/1999
Approving membership in the Lehigh Valley Cooperative Purchasing Council, authorizing the execution of a cooperative purchasing agreement and appointing the Township Manager as the designated representative from the Township to serve on the council
Res. 1999-25
10/15/1999
Cooperative purchasing agreement between the Township and the Lehigh Valley Cooperative Purchasing Council
Res. 1999-26
10/27/1999
Desiring to implement a Planning, Implementation and Technical Assistance (PITA) grant project for the 27.85-acre Williams Township Community Park
Ord. 1999-4
12/9/1999
Amending the Township Ord. 1986-2 which established pension plan for the full-time non-uniformed employees of the Township, said amendment further providing for the amount of said pension together with the computation of benefits thereof and the eligibility thereunder
Res. 2000-1
1/26/2000
Appointing an accountant to audit the accounts of the Township for fiscal year 1999
Res. 2000-12
5/11/2000
Accepting the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Grant Funds for the Williams Township Community Park master site plan pursuant to the Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund Act, Title 32 P.S. §§ 2011 — 2024; authorizing the Township Board of Supervisors to sign the grant agreement and committing to co-fund the grant by virtue of a local match in the amount of $10,600
Res. 2000-13
5/11/2000
Ratifying the employment of Supervisor Robert Helm as Road Master
Res. 2000-20
7/13/2000
Authorizing the settlement of an inverse condemnation action filed by Misty L. Parks pursuant to § 502(E) of the Eminent Domain Code; authorizing the Secretary/Treasurer to disburse funds; and directing the Township Solicitor to seek indemnification from Northwestern Human Services Corporation, a/k/a Northwestern Human Services, Inc. and Park Place Builders, Inc., d/b/a Federal Development Company, L.L.C.
Res. 2000-21
7/13/2000
Authorizing the settlement of an inverse condemnation action filed by August J. Kluge pursuant to § 502(E) of the Eminent Domain Code; authorizing the Secretary/Treasurer to disburse funds; and directing the Township Solicitor to seek indemnification from Northwestern Human Services Corporation, a/k/a Northwestern Human Services, Inc. and Park Place Builders, Inc., d/b/a Federal Development Company, L.L.C.
Res. 2000-22
8/10/2000
Granting authorization for the Chairman to execute contracts and contract amendments for Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation grants
Res. 2000-24
8/10/2000
Requesting the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to improve travel conditions existing on State Route 611 from the Bucks County Line to the City of Easton Third Street Bridge for the preservation of life and the health and safety of the motoring public
Res. 2001-1
1/2/2001
Appointing an accountant to audit the accounts of the Township for fiscal year 2000
Res. 2001-3
1/24/2001
Authorizing the execution of an agreement confirming Commonwealth ownership and acceptance of a portion of Canal Road as a State owned canal property by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources in conjunction with the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Project No. DGS 141-7, Phase I, and the further improvement of the Delaware Canal State Park, Teddy Roosevelt Day Use Area, and further providing for the joint jurisdiction with regard to the regulation of traffic and further providing for Canal Road to remain open for utilization by the general public without restriction, providing for the continued practice of snow removal and minor road resurfacing and maintenance by the Township further providing for the maintenance of bridges by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and ceding liability to the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for claims related to its ownership of the Delaware Canal State Park
Res. 2001-7
3/28/2001
Approving PennDOT Agility Program
Res. 2001-28
10/11/2001
Opposing the legislative reapportionment plan relocating the City of Easton; the Boroughs of West Easton, Glendon, Wilson and Tatamy; and the Townships of Forks, Palmer and Williams from the 18th Senate District to the 24th Senate District
Res. 2001-31
11/28/2001
Appointing an accountant to audit the accounts of the Township for fiscal year 2001
Res. 2001-34
12/13/2001
Ratifying application submission to the County of Northampton for a Community Development Block Grant; Raubsville Stormwater Drainage Project
Ord. 2002-2
2/13/2002
Amending the Township Ord. 1986-2 which established pension plan for the full-time non-uniformed employees of the Township, which amendment would include and add certain requirements of the Internal Revenue Code, as amended, in the regulations thereunder, and to include certain clarifying administrative passages so that the plan will remain as intended to be taxed-qualified
Res. 2002-4
3/13/2002
Closing out Keystone PITA Grant Project
Res. 2002-9
5/8/2002
Endorsing the Northampton County Department of Community and Economic Development Infrastructure Development Fund Grant application for I-78 North storm drainage improvements located in the Township
Res. 2002-16
6/12/2002
Desires to erect, operate and maintain traffic signals on Morgan Hill Road (SR 2005), Cedarville Road (SR 2016) and Industrial Drive (T-423)
Res. 2002-17
6/12/2002
Approving the liquor license transfer application of Catering Club
Ord. 2002-6
7/10/2002
Electing to enroll in the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System
Res. 2002-29
10/9/2002
Establishing Land Preservation Board
Res. 2002-30
10/9/2002
Desires to erect, operate and maintain traffic signals at the Morgan Hill Road (SR 2005) and Cedarville Road (SR 2016) intersection
Res. 2002-31
10/9/2002
Desires to undertake the following project, Phase I-A Improvement
Res. 2002-34
11/27/2002
Appointing an accountant to audit the accounts of the Township for fiscal year 2002
Res. 2003-3
1/6/2003
Approving the application of Bethlehem Township as a member in the 2 Rivers Council of Governments
Res. 2003-4
1/6/2003
Approving the liquor license transfer requested by Eating Place
Res. 4/8/2003
4/8/2003
Authoring Deborah L. Ellis, Treasurer, to execute for and in behalf of the Township
Res. 2003-6
4/8/2003
Awarding Army Captain Christopher Scott Seifert this Commendation of Honor for give the ultimate sacrifice to the Township and his Country for the preservation of freedom
Res. 2003-19
10/14/2003
Closing out Keystone PITA Grant Project (Key Tag 6-209)
Res. 2003-30
12/29/2003
Authorizing the distribution of voluntary emergency service contributions to the Williams Township Fire Company No. 1 and the Williams Township Emergency Company, Inc., T/A Williams Township Emergency Squad
Res. 2003-31
12/29/2003
Appointing an accountant to audit the accounts of the Township for fiscal year 2003
Res. 2004-1
1/5/2004
Supporting the Highlands Stewardship Act
Ord. 2004-3
7/13/2004
Providing for a question to be place before the voters of the Township by a referendum at the general election of November 2, 2004 asking whether the electors of the Township favor the imposition of additional earned income tax at the rate of 0.25% by the Township to be used for financing the acquisition of open space; for the purpose of acquiring forest and agricultural conservation easements; and for the purpose of acquiring property development rights
Res. 2004-14
9/14/2004
Desire to undertake the following project: James D. Koch, 1350 Raubsville Road, Uniform Tax Parcel ID P9-7-2; development easement purchase
Res. 2004-16
9/14/2004
Authorizing Creditech, Inc., as the collector for accounts assigned to them for collection
Res. 2004-19
9/20/2004
Declaring a state of emergency
Res. 2004-26
12/30/2004
Appointing an accountant to audit the accounts of the Township for fiscal year 2004
Res. 2005-1
2/8/2005
Approving the filing of an application for funds under the open space and natural areas program
Res. 2005-2
2/8/2005
Authorizing and Empowering its local earned income Tax Collector, Berkheimer Associates, to impose and retain costs of collection of delinquent taxes
Res. 2005-6
4/12/2005
Declaring a state of emergency
Res. 2005-7
5/10/2005
Authorizing Deborah L. Patterson, Township Manager, to execute for and in behalf of the Township
Res. 2005-10
7/12/2005
Awarding Marine Private First Class Joshua P. Klinger this Commendation of Honor for giving the ultimate sacrifice to the Township and his Country for the preservation of freedom
Res. 2005-14
7/12/2005
Authorizing Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission application for Morgan Hill Road traffic signalization project
Res. 2005-17
8/9/2005
Desiring to undertake to the following project: Ned D. Heindel and Linda H. Heindel, 200 Hexenkopf Road, Uniform Tax Parcel ID P9-6-2, P9-6-3A, P9-6-4 and P9-7-15; development easement purchase
Res. 2005-20
9/13/2005
Approving the filing of an application for funds pursuant to the Northampton County 21st Century Open Space Initiative, Open Space and Natural Areas Program for the premises of Ned D. Heindel and Linda H. Heindel
Res. 2006-1
1/3/2006
Expanding Zoning Hearing Board to 5 members
Res. 2006-2
1/3/2006
Approving Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission Compact Authorized Investment Program Grant Agreement and authorizing the Township Manager to execute the same
Res. 2006-3
1/11/2006
Terminating Supervisor participation in the Township Group Health Hospitalization and Medical Service Plan
Res. 2006-4
2/8/2006
Appointing an accountant to audit the accounts of the Township for fiscal year 2005
Res. 2006-8
2/8/2006
Approving the filing of an application for funds pursuant to the Northampton County 21st Century Open Space Initiative, Open Space and Natural Areas Program for the premises of James D. Koch
Res. 2006-9
3/8/2006
Honoring the public service of initial planning commission member John Melchor
Res. 2006-13
3/8/2006
To participate in the PACC Automotive and Equipment Contract
Res. 2006-20
6/28/2006
Declaring a state of emergency
Res. 2006-22
7/12/2006
Recognizing the achievement of players of the Township 11/12 year old tournament baseball team in winning the Williams Township Baseball Tournament; recognizing the commitment and dedication of the adult coaches of the winning Williams Township 11/12 tournament team
Res. 2006-23
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Supporting the Kirby-Heindel Easement Application with the Northampton County Open Space and Natural Areas Program
Res. 2006-26
9/28/2006
Ned D. Heindel and Linda H. Heindel of 200 Hexenkopf Road; and Alan D. Kirby, Jr. and Patricia A. Spaziani of 385 Hexenkopf Road desire to encumber and dedicate the premises identified as Tax Parcel Id. P9-7-13 with a Conservation Easement
Res. 2006-36
12/13/2006
Appointing an accountant to audit the accounts of the Township for the fiscal year 2006
Res. 2006-37
12/13/2006
Celebrating Centenarian Louise Dorothy Rhoads
Res. 2006-38
12/28/2006
Recognizing the achievement of the undefeated (16-0) Wilson Area High School Football Team
Res. 2007-1
1/10/2007
Honoring the public service of Planning Commission member John "Jack" Nehoda
Res. 2007-5
3/14/2007
Accepting the Northampton County Open Space and Natural Areas Program Grant Application
Res. 2007-6
4/11/2007
Designating Easton Emergency Squad, Inc., as the primary provider for emergency medical services
Res. 2007-7
5/9/2007
Ending and concluding the services of "The Martinson Group, Inc." as the architect for the public works project
Res. 2007-11
5/9/2007
Requesting fiduciary information form the Williams Township Emergency Company, Inc.; directing the Township Solicitor to seek injunctive relief; and requesting immediate technical assistance from the Eastern Pennsylvania Emergency Medical Services Counsel
Res. 2007-17
9/12/2007
Appointing Dawn Kaniper to serve as alternate on the Zoning Hearing Board
Res. 2008-1
1/7/2008
Appointing an accountant to audit the accounts of the Township for fiscal year 2007
Res. 2008-9
7/9/2008
Adopting rules and regulations necessary for the conduct of meetings and maintenance of order pursuant to the Sunshine Act, Title 65 Pa.C.S.A. § 701
Ord. 2008-4
8/13/2008
Joining with other political subdivisions as a member of the Pennsylvania Municipal Health Insurance Cooperative (PMHIC), to enter into an intergovernmental agreement for the purpose of joining the PMHIC and to participate as a member of the PMHIC
Res. 2008-11
8/13/2008
Supporting the proposal to designate the Delaware and Lehigh Drive as a Pennsylvania Byway
Res. 2008-12
8/13/2008
For application for Northampton County Park Acquisition and Development Fund
Res. 2008-19
10/8/2008
Approving settlement of the land use appeal in the matter of Chrin Brothers, Inc., Appellant v. Williams Township and the Williams Township Board of Supervisors, Appellee, No. C-48-CV-2006-2801; and approving settlement agreement
Res. 2008-22
12/10/2008
Adopting a policy for inspection and duplication of public records in accordance with the Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Law, Act 3 of 2008
Res. 2009-1
1/4/2009
Extending stipulation and agreement of settlement dated September 13, 2007 and amended February 13, 2008 in the matters of Ashley Development Corporation v. Williams Township and the Williams Township Board of Supervisors, Nos. 2007-1082 and 2007-1083
Res. 2009-2
2/11/2009
Fixing the commission or compensation of the elected Tax Collector
Res. 2009-3
2/11/2009
Appointing an accountant to audit the accounts of the Township for fiscal year 2008
Res. 2009-4
3/11/2009
Approving filing of an application for funds under the Open Space and Natural Areas Program for the premises of Frances T. Dreisbach
Res. 2009-5
3/11/2009
Approving filing of an application for funds under the Open Space and Natural Areas Program for the premises of Greta Tisdale
Res. 2009-6
3/11/2009
Designating Easton Emergency Squad, Inc., as the primary provider for emergency medical services
Res. 2009-9
4/8/2009
Supporting the Highlands Conservation Act and protection of the Highlands region in Pennsylvania
Res. 2009-13
7/29/2009
Approving host community agreement and authorizing execution by the Board of Supervisors
Res. 2009-14
8/12/2009
Granting preliminary/final approval of a boundary line adjustment plan
Res. 2009-17
9/9/2009
James J. Kutz, Esquire, Terry R. Bossert, Esquire, and Post and Schell, P.C. 17 North 2nd Street, 12th floor, Harrisburg, PA have provided legal services to the Township, the Township Board of Supervisors, and Deborah Patterson, Township Secretary as Special Counsel
Res. 2009-18
9/9/2009
The Chairperson of the Township be authorized and directed to sign the attached agreement on its behalf
Res. 2009-19
10/14/2009
Extending stipulation and agreement of settlement dated September 13, 2007 and amended February 13, 2008 in the matters of Ashley Development Corporation v. Williams Township and the Williams Township Board of Supervisors, Nos. 2007-1082 and 2007-1083
Res. 2009-28
12/30/2009
Appointing an accountant to audit the accounts of the Township for fiscal year 2009
Res. 2009-29
12/30/2009
Declaring its intent to follow the schedules and procedures for disposition of records as set forth in the Municipal Records Manual approved on December 16, 2008
Res. 2010-2
4/14/2010
Authorizing the submission of a grant application package to the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission for the Township's Hilton Street reconstruction; Industrial Drive North; Industrial Drive South (Williams Township); Industrial Drive South (Williams Township and Glendon Borough); Belmont Street reconstruction; and Belmont Street stormwater improvements, and authorizing additional actions by the appropriate Township officials incidental or necessary to the submission of the grant application package
Res. 2010-3
4/14/2010
Lease with option to purchase agreement between Kansas State Bank of Manhattan (Lessor) and the Township (Lessee)
Res. 2010-7
7/14/2010
Opposing legislation to eliminate Townships
Res. 2010-8
7/14/2010
Supporting the application for grant monies under the Pennsylvania Race Horse Development and Gaming Act (Act 2004-71)
Res. 2010-11
8/11/2010
Two Rivers Council of Government Resolution
Res. 2010-12
9/8/2010
Creating and authorizing the Sewer Advisory Committee
Res. 2010-13
9/8/2010
Municipal Park Acquisition and Development Program
Res. 2010-14
9/8/2010
Adopting the amended Employee Handbook and PSATS CDL Program CDL Personnel Policy
Res. 2010-15
11/10/2010
Adopting an identity theft prevention program policy
Res. 2010-18
12/8/2010
Agreeing to use the dotGrants on-line reporting system to file the required liquid fuel forms annually; including but not limited to the MS-965, MS-329 and MS-999 forms
Res. 2011-1
1/3/2011
Amending the employee wages and benefits; sick leave, vacation schedule, personal days and holiday schedule; secretary/treasurer/Township Manager bond limit; mileage reimbursement rate for 2011; meeting dates — Board of Supervisors; and staff appointments
Res. 2011-6
4/13/2011
Determining that a written policy needs to be established regarding mail boxes, mail box posts and snow plowing
Res. 2011-8
5/11/2011
Appointing and designating a liaison between it and Northampton Tax Collection Committee and its Tax Officer for the express purpose of sharing confidential tax information with Township for official purposes
Res. 2011-9
6/8/2011
Procedures for compliance with professional services contract — compliance with Act 44 of 2009
Res. 2011-11
9/14/2011
Establishing policy on Township video and audio recording of Board of Supervisors' Meetings
Res. 2011-16
12/14/2011
Granting conditional final land development approval for Chrin Brothers Sanitary Landfill Expansion — Phase 1, 5.191 acres, 1225 Industrial Drive, Tax Parcel Numbers: M9-16-46-0836, M9-16-50-0836 and M9-16-50A1-0836
Res. 2012-1
1/3/2012
Amending employee wages and benefits; sick leave, vacation schedule, personal days and holiday schedule; secretary/treasurer/bond limit; mileage reimbursement rate for 2012; meeting dates — Board of Supervisors; and staff appointments
Res. 2012-2
1/11/2012
Readopting an identity theft prevention program policy
Res. 2012-3
1/11/2012
Appointing Jennifer W. Smethers Township Manager, setting the amount of bond required to be given and fixing her compensation
Res. 2012-4
3/19/2012
Appointing an accounting firm to make an examination of all accounts of the Township for fiscal years 2011, 2012 and 2013 and setting compensation therefor
Res. 2012-7
3/19/2012
Adopting post-issuance compliance policies and procedures for continuing disclosure
Res. 2012-6
4/11/2012
Approving and authorizing the use of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Esclator Clause in Township road projects including projects for which State liquid fuel funds are applied
Res. 2012-8
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Authorizing Manager to execute documents for financial assistance under Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act
Res. 2012-9
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Authorizing Manager to execute documents for financial assistance under Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act
Res. 2012-12
4/11/2012
Prevailing wage reform resolution
Res. 2012-14
6/13/2012
Approving the request to approve the intermunicipal transfer of a liquor license
Res. 2012-17
11/14/2012
Authorizing, empowering and directing the proper officers of the Board of Supervisors to execute an agreement with Keystone Collections Group, whereunder Keystone Collections Group is retained as the exclusive Tax Officer for the collection, administration, receipt and enforcement of the provisions of the local services tax; and approving and adopting the rules and regulations prepared by Keystone Collections Group to administer and enforce the local services tax
Res. 2012-18
11/14/2012
Declaring a state of emergency
Ord. 2013-1
1/7/2013
Establishing compensation for supervisors taking office after January 13, 2013
Res. 2013-5
2/13/2013
Amending Res. 2008-22, Open Records Policy
Res. 2013-7
2/13/2013
Authorizing Jennifer W. Smethers, Manager, to execute for and in behalf of the Township
Res. 2013-8
2/13/2013
Fixing the commission or compensation of the elected Tax Collector
Res. 2013-10
7/10/2013
Declaring its intent to dispose of municipal records according to statutory requirements of Pennsylvania Municipal Governments
Res. 2013-13
8/14/2013
Amending and restating the Plan Document of the Williams Township Premium Only Plan
Ord. 2013-7
9/11/2013
Authorizing the appropriate officers of the Township to enter into an intergovernmental agreement with Lower Saucon Township and the Borough of Hellertown for the disposal of yard waste and removal of mulch
Res. 2013-14
9/11/2013
Acknowledging their review of the 2014 Non-uniform Employees Minimum Municipal Obligation (MMO) in the amount of $43,109 and that the calculation has been determined using formulas established by the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System
Res. 2013-15
9/11/2013
Authorizing the application for Monroe County Local Share Account funds for the development of a concession stand at Raubsville Park
Res. 2013-16
9/11/2013
Adopting the Lehigh Valley 2013 Hazard Mitigation Plan
Res. 2013-20
11/13/2013
Establishing Local Taxpayers' Bill of Rights and rules and regulations for hearings before the Township Board of Supervisors related to the Williams Township Landfill Business Privilege Tax
Res. 2014-1
1/6/2014
Amending employee wages and benefits; sick leave, vacation schedule, personal days and holiday schedule; secretary/treasurer/bond limit; mileage reimbursement rate for 2014; meeting dates — Board of Supervisors; and staff appointments
Res. 2014-2
1/6/2014
Fixing the compensation of Jennifer W. Smethers, Township Manager
Res. 2014-3
1/6/2014
Readopting an Identity Theft Prevention Program Policy
Res. 2014-4
2/12/2014
Declaration of snow emergencies
Res. 2014-5
3/12/2014
Authorizing the Township Manager to apply to the Northampton County Municipal Park Acquisition and Development Program for funding for the Raubsville Park Concession Stand
Res. 2014-6A
3/12/2014
Authorizing Heritage Conservancy to apply to the Northampton County Open Space and Natural Areas Program for Kenneth W. And Barbara A. Morrow
[Repealed by Res. 2015-33; reinstated by Res. 2016-10]
Res. 2014-7
3/12/2014
Authorizing Heritage Conservancy to apply to the Northampton County Open Space and Natural Areas Program for James D. Koch
Res. 2014-8
4/9/2014
Desiring to undertake the project of Morrow Property Conservation Easement
[Repealed by Res. 2015-33; reinstated by Res. 2016-10]
Res. 2014-9
4/9/2014
Desiring to undertake the project of Koch Property Conservation Easement
Ord. 2014-5
5/14/2014
Pennsylvania, electing to amend its municipal pension plan administered by the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System pursuant to Article IV of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law; agreeing to be bound by all provisions of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law as amended and as applicable to member municipalities
Res. 2014-11
5/14/2014
Transferring unencumbered moneys from 1 Township account to another and making supplemental appropriation for the acquisition of 125 Gaffney Hill Road
Res. 2014-12
5/14/2014
Recognizing the Civic contributions of Sally Hixson to the Township
Res. 2014-14
5/14/2014
Transferring unencumbered moneys from 1 Township account to another
Res. 2014-16
6/11/2014
Appointing Duane Wagner to serve as member on the Zoning Hearing Board
Res. 2014-17
6/11/2014
Appointing Eric Jones to serve as alternate on the Zoning Hearing Board
Res. 2014-18
6/11/2014
Authorizing the disposal of old computers and equipment
Ord. 2014-8
7/9/2014
Providing for a question to be placed before the voters of the Township by a referendum at the general election of November 4, 2014, asking whether the electors of the Township favor the continued imposition of the additional earned income tax at the rate of 0.25% by the Township to be used for financing the acquisition of open space; for the purpose of acquiring forest and agricultural conservation easements; and for the purpose of acquiring property development rights; the ballot question is authorized by 32 P.S. § 5007.1
Ord. 2014-9
7/9/2014
Joining with other political subdivisions as a member of the Susquehanna Municipal Trust, to enter into an intergovernmental agreement for the purpose of joining the trust and to participate as a member of the trust
Res. 2014-20
7/9/2014
Transferring unencumbered moneys from 1 Township account to another and making supplemental appropriations for the advancement of funds for the 902 Recycling Grant
Res. 2014-22
8/13/2014
Authorizing the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to sign the Municipal Winter Traffic Services Agreement
Res. 2014-23
8/13/2014
Authorizing the application for Monroe County Local Share Account Funds for the repair of the failing Morvale Road Wall
Res. 2014-25
9/10/2014
Approving amended and restated declaration of trust
Res. 2014-27
11/12/2014
Authorizing the Township to participate in the SEC's Voluntary Self-Reporting MCDC Initiative and to take such further action as is necessary to carry out the purposes of this resolution
Res. 2014-28
12/10/2014
Appointing an accounting firm to make an examination of all accounts of the Township for fiscal years 2014, 2015 and 2016 and setting compensation thereof
Ord. 2015-1
1/5/2015
Authorizing the participation of the Township in the PSATS Unemployment Compensation Group Trust pursuant to the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation Law
Ord. 2015-2
1/5/2015
Authorizing the participation of the Township in the Pennsylvania Municipalities Pension Trust pursuant to the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation Law
Res. 2015-1
1/5/2015
Amending employee wages and benefits; sick leave, vacation schedule, personal days and holiday schedule; secretary/treasurer/bond limit; mileage reimbursement rate for 2015; meeting dates-Board of Supervisors; and staff appointments
Res. 2015-3
1/5/2015
Fixing the compensation of Jennifer W. Smethers, Township Manager
Res. 2015-4
1/5/2015
Approving the appointment of Judy Abert as Deputy Tax Collector for the Township
Res. 2015-7
1/5/2015
Transferring unencumbered moneys from 1 Township account to another
Res. 2015-8
1/5/2015
Adopting an Identity Theft Prevention Program Policy
Res. 2015-12
3/12/2015
Regarding master lease with Fulton Bank, N.A. for following property: 2015 International 7400 with dump body and snow plow, VIN 1HTWDAZR0FH720823)
Res. 2015-13
4/8/2015
Desiring to undertake the following project: Glovas Property Conservation Easement
[Repealed by Res. 2015-30]
Res. 2015-14
4/8/2015
Authorizing Heritage Conservancy to apply to the Northampton County Open Space and Natural Areas Program for Michael and Denise Glovas
[Repealed by Res. 2015-30]
Res. 2015-17
4/8/2015
Authorizing the Township Manager to submit an application for special occasion permit for a liquor license for the Fall Festival
Res. 2015-21
5/13/2015
Authorizing the disposal of old computers and equipment
Res. 2015-22
5/13/2015
Declaring its intent to dispose of municipal records according to statutory requirements of Pennsylvania Municipal Governments
Res. 2015-23
5/13/2015
Authorizing the application to the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development Greenways, Trails and Recreation Program (GTRP) Grant for the Williams Township Recreation Area Project
Res. 2015-24
6/10/2015
Investment Policy for all Williams Township Non-Pension Funds
Res. 2015-25
7/8/2015
Interim Settlement Fund established to hold movies received as result of settlement with Chrin Brothers, Inc.
Res. 2015-26
8/12/2015
Authorization for filing of grant with NCDCED for Township Recreation Area Project
Res. 2015-28
9/9/2015
Authorizing application to Northampton County Municipal Park Acquisition an Development Program for funding Township Recreation Area Project
Res. 2015-29
9/9/2015
Authorizing application for Monroe County Local Share Account funds for purchase and installation of generator at public works building
Res. 2015-30
10/14/2015
Rescinding Res. 2015-13 and 2015-14 and withdrawal of grants related thereto
Res. 2015-31
10/14/2015
Establishing rate of compensation for Planning Commission members
Res. 2015-32
10/14/2015
Adopting amended employee handbook, PDATS CDL Program CDL Personnel Policy, Pennsylvania Child Protective Services Law, Employment-Related Practices Policy, and Child Abuse History Clearance Interpretation of Results Policy
Res. 2015-33
12/9/2015
Rescinding Res. 2014-6A and 2014-8 and withdrawal of grants related thereto
Res. 2016-1
1/4/2016
Amending employee wages and benefits; sick leave, vacation schedule, personal days and holiday schedule; secretary/treasurer/bond limit; mileage reimbursement rate for 2016; meeting dates-Board of Supervisors; staff appointments; and professional fee schedules
Res. 2016-3
1/4/2016
Fixing compensation of Township Manager
Res. 2016-5
1/4/2016
Readopting Identity Theft Prevention Program Policy
Res. 2016-6
1/4/2016
Appointing Eric Jones to serve on Zoning Hearing Board
Res. 2016-7
1/18/2016
Appointing Sally Hixson to serve on Zoning Hearing Board
Res. 2016-9
2/10/2016
Adopting rules and regulations necessary for conduct of meetings and maintenance of order pursuant to Sunshine Act
Res. 2016-10
4/13/2016
Reinstating grant applications authorized by Res. 2014-6A and 2014-8
Res. 2016-11
4/13/2016
Designating Township Manager Jennifer W. Smethers as agent for obtaining public assistance for severe winter storm
Res. 2016-12
5/11/2016
Providing investment policy for all Township non-pension funds
Res. 2016-13
5/11/2016
Opposing construction of proposed PennEast pipeline through Township
[Repealed by Res. 2016-16]
Res. 2016-14
5/11/2016
Declaring intent to dispose of municipal records according to statutory requirements
Res. 2016-16
6/8/2016
Opposing construction of proposed PennEast pipeline through Township and rescinding Res. 2016-13
Res. 2016-18
9/14/2016
Authorizing the application for Monroe County Local Share Account funds for Township Recreation and Trails Project
Res. 2016-19
10/12/2016
Authorizing Township Manager and Chairman of Board of Supervisors to sign standard stormwater facilities maintenance and monitoring agreements and stormwater facilities development agreements
Res. 2016-22
12/14/2016
Authorizing Township Manager and Chairman of Board of Supervisors to sign professional services agreements
Res. 2017-1
1/3/2017
Amending employee wages and benefits; sick leave, vacation schedule, personal days and holiday schedule; secretary/treasurer/bond limit; mileage reimbursement rate for 2017; meeting dates-Board of Supervisors; staff appointments; and professional fee schedules
Res. 2017-3
1/3/2017
Fixing compensation of Township Manager
Res. 2017-4
1/3/2017
Readopting Identity Theft Prevention Program Policy
Res. 2017-5
2/8/2017
Fixing the commission or compensation of the elected Tax Collector