Borough of Mifflinburg, PA
Union County
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§ K-101 Streets

11-1 
Untitled ordinance extending Walnut Street from John Street westwardly to the road leading from the west end of town to the Brush Valley Road. (Ord. 16, 4/20/1829)
11-2 
Untitled ordinance opening a 25-foot-wide street extending from the south end of Catherine Street along Peach Tree Alley to a road in West Buffalo Township at the Borough line. (Ord. 17, 10/26/1830)
11-3 
Untitled ordinance opening Strawberry Alley, 15 feet wide, from John Street to East Lane. (Ord. 19, 5/16/1836)
11-4 
Untitled ordinance fixing the width of sidewalks to be constructed along Market Street, requiring that High Street be graded from Walnut Street to Church Street and that all other streets and alleys be graded and guttered. (Ord. 27, 6/27/1853) (The provisions of this ordinance relating to the grading of the streets were repealed by Ord. 28, 4/3/1854, but Ord. 28 was itself repealed and this ordinance declared to be in full force by Ord. 32, 5/11/1855.)
11-5 
Untitled ordinance opening Third Street, 25 feet wide, from Walnut Street northward; opening the alley between Chestnut and Walnut streets (Cherry Alley); and directing that brick sidewalks be constructed as follows: on the north side of Market Street between the Reighard property and Isaac Zeller's shop; on the east side of Third Street, from Chestnut Street to Market Street; on the north side of Green Street, from Third Street to Sixth Street; on the east side of Fifth Street, from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street on the south side of Chestnut Street, fronting lots of Samuel T. Geiges, Robert Fees, James Moss and Dr. Van Valzah; on the north side of Walnut Street, fronting lots of John Sankey and John Reighard; and on the south side of Chestnut Street, fronting the lot of William Young. (Ord. 42, 4/13/1874) (The first paragraph of this ordinance was repealed by Section 2 of Ord. 273.)
11-6 
Untitled ordinance fixing the western building line on Third Street, from Market Street to Fourth Street, at a distance of 46 feet west of the eastern building line and directing that that portion of the street be opened for public use at a uniform width of 46 feet. (Ord. 16, 5/2/1882)
11-7 
Untitled ordinance extending Green Street, 50 feet wide, from its present terminus at the east line of Dr. William A. Piper's Addition, to Second Street; extending Greenbriar Alley, 16 feet wide, from its present terminus eastward to Second Street; and extending Second Street, 50 feet wide, from Church Alley to Greenbriar Alley. (Ord. 26, 5/1/1888)
11-8 
Untitled ordinance extending Cherry Alley, 15 feet wide, from its present terminus at Eighth Street westward to Ninth Street. (Ord. 32, 6/20/1893)
11-9 
To lay out and open a street or highway between Second and Third Streets in the East Ward of the Borough of Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania, from a point in the south side of Market Street southward to Green Lane; and naming it Ridge Avenue. (Ord. 52, 5/7/1907) (The width was fixed at 50 feet.)
11-10 
To extend First Street southward from Market to southern line of Church Alley and to extend said Church Alley eastward from Second Street to eastern line of First Street in the East Ward of the Borough of Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania; and to open and lay the same out for public use. (Ord. 56, 9/8/1908) (The width of First Street was fixed at 50 feet; that of Church Alley, 16 feet.)
11-11 
Directing and authorizing the laying, building and construction of a concrete roadway on Chestnut Street from the eastern to the western end of said street in the Borough of Mifflinburg, Union County, Pennsylvania; the entire width of said street from gutter to gutter where curbs and gutters have heretofore been laid, built and constructed; from curb to curb in the portions of said street where curb and gutter have not yet been laid; also directing and authorizing the laying, building and construction of a concrete roadway on Third Street in said Borough of Mifflinburg, beginning at the southern terminus of the concrete roadway heretofore laid at the southern side of the alley between Chestnut Street and Market Street to the northern side of the footway crossing Third Street at the north side of Market Street in accordance with the survey of Walter Frick, Borough Engineer, adopted March 25, 1913; and requiring all water mains, water and sewer service pipes, cellar drains, and all other pipes of every description extending into said street beyond the curb lines to be laid, relaid, or placed in such condition of repair as to avoid any openings on the street at any time within five years except in cases of emergency; and providing that the cost of said concrete street roadway be paid 1/3 by the Borough of Mifflinburg and 1/3 by the owners of the property abutting on each side of the streets; and prescribing the manner of ascertaining the cost to each property owner and the collection of the same. (Ord. 72, 5/16/1919)
11-12 
Authorizing the extension of Green Street; adopting a survey of Green Street from the east building line at the intersection with Second Street eastward a distance of 112 feet; regulating the grading and sidewalks thereon, and prescribing the method of enforcing same. (Ord. 76, 12/17/1923) (The survey adopted was that made by Walter Frick, Borough Engineer, dated December 18, 1923.)
11-13 
Laying out and opening an alley, being a continuation of Cherry Alley, east of Buffalo Street in the Borough of Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania, through the lot now owned by the Jewel Oil Company, a distance of 150 feet. (Ord. 80, 1/22/1926)
11-14 
Approving and establishing the grades, structures, and all other structures appearing on the plan of the Department of Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, showing proposed improvement on Chestnut Street in the Borough of Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania; adopting the said plan as the official Borough plan for said street. (Ord. 109, 9/27/1937) (The improvement was to extend from Station 363+24 to Station 365+12, a distance of 188 feet.)
11-15 
Approving and establishing the lines, grades, drainage structures, and all other structures appearing on the plan of the Department of Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, showing proposed improvement on Fourth Street in the Borough of Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania; adopting the said plan as the official Borough plan for said street; and approving and opening as a public highway the relocation of the said State Highway route. (Ord. 115, 6/18/1941) (The improvement was to extend from Station 292+00 to Station 302+50, a distance of 1,050 feet.)
11-16 
Approving and establishing the lines, grades, drainage structures, and all other structures appearing on the plan of the Department of Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, showing proposed improvement on Fourth Street in the Borough of Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania; adopting the said plan as the official Borough plan for said street; and approving and opening as a public highway the relocation of the said State Highway route; and providing for the removal of structures. (Ord. 126, 9/19/1944) (The improvement was to extend for a distance of 1,060 feet, from Station 301+90 to Station 312+50.)
11-17 
Approving and establishing the lines, grades, drainage structures, and all other structures appearing on the plan of the Department of Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, showing proposed improvement on Eighth Street and road to northwest corner in the Borough of Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania; adopting the said plan as the official Borough plan for said street; and approving and opening as a public highway the relocation of the said State Highway route; and providing for the removal of structures. (Ord. 129, 3/20/1945) (The improvement was to extend for a distance of 2,012 feet, from Station 324+82 to Station 344+94.)
11-18 
Approving and establishing the lines, grades, drainage structures, and all other structures appearing on the plan of the Department of Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, showing proposed improvement on Maple Street in the Borough of Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania; adopting the said plan as the official Borough plan for said street; and approving and opening as a public highway the relocation of the said State Highway Route; and providing for the removal of structures. (Ord. 149, 7/13/1948) (The improvement was to extend for a distance of 1923.43 feet, from Station 7+75 to Station 27+00.)
11-19 
Approving and establishing the lines, grades, drainage structures, and all other structures appearing on the plan of the Mifflinburg Borough Engineer showing the improvement on Walnut Street between Second and Third Streets, also Second Street between Walnut and Market Streets in the Borough of Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania; adopting the said plan as the official Borough plan for said streets. (Ord. 164, 5/19/1951)
11-20 
Fixing and regulating the width of the sidewalks and curbs on the west side of Third Street, north of Thompson Street. (Ord. 174, 6/17/1952) (The width of the cartway, between the center line of Third Street and the western curb, adjacent to the property of Harry S. Wolfe and Paul Smith, was to be increased from 12.5 to 14 feet, by reduction of the width of the sidewalk and curb area, conditioned upon a release from Harry S. Wolfe and Paul Smith from any and all property condemnation of the 1.5 foot wide strip.)
11-21 
Approving and establishing the widths, lines, grades, drainage structures and all other structures appearing on the plan of the Department of Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, showing proposed improvement on Chestnut Street in the Borough of Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania; adopting the said plan as the official Borough plan for said street; and approving the opening as a public highway the relocation of the said State Highway route and providing for the removal of structures. (Ord. 193, 9/6/1956) (The improvement was to extend for a distance of 7627.60 feet, from Station 625+66 (or 330+84) to Station 670+25.55 (or 363+50.00).)
11-22 
Approving and establishing the widths, lines, grades, drainage structures, and all other structures appearing on the plan of the Department of Highways showing proposed improvement on Fourth Street in the Borough of Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania; adopting the said plan as the official Borough plan for said street; and approving the opening as a public highway the relocation of the said State Highway route; and providing for the removal of structures. (Ord. 232, 6/19/1962) (The improvement was to extend for a distance of 2544.50 feet, from Station 670+25 to Station 695+69.5)
11-23 
Laying out, opening and extending Fifth Street, in the Borough of Mifflinburg, and fixing and regulating the width and grades thereof, (Ord. 235, 2/19/1963) (The extension was to begin at a point 30 feet south of the main track of the Pennsylvania Railroad, at the northeast corner of the Sterling Mill and at the northwest corner of a vacant lot on the south, and thence was to extend northwardly across the railroad right-of-way for approximately 200 feet to connect with Fifth Street. There was to be a central roadway for vehicular traffic 35.9 feet wide, reduced to 26 feet after leaving the railroad right-of-way.
11-24 
Approving and establishing the widths, lines, grades, drainage structures, and all other structures, appearing on the plan of the Department of Highways, showing proposed improvement on Buffalo Street in the Borough of Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania; adopting the said plan as the official Borough plan for said street; and approving and opening as a public highway the relocation of the said State Highway route; and providing for the removal of structures. (Ord. 239, 5/19/1964) (The improvement was to extend for a distance of 3,029 feet, from Station 0+11 to Station 30+40.)
11-25 
Approving and establishing the widths, lines, grades, drainage structures, and all other structures, appearing on the plan of the Department of Highways, showing proposed improvement on Tenth Street, in the Borough of Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania, adopting the said plan as the official Borough plan for said street, and approving and opening as a public highway the relocation of the said State highway route and providing for the removal of structures. (Ord. 242, 2/16/1965) (The improvement was to extend for a distance of 1,904 feet, from Station 156+84 to Station 175+88)
11-26 
Laying out, opening and adopting as a public street in the Borough of Mifflinburg, a street to be designated as Industrial Parkway, and fixing and regulating the width and grades thereof. (Ord. 245, 10/25/1965) (For amendment to this ordinance, see Section 11-27, below.)
11-27 
Laying out, opening and adopting as a public street in the Borough of Mifflinburg, a street to be designated as Industrial Parkway, and fixing and regulating the width and grades thereof. (Ord. 258, 7/23/1968)
11-28 
Relocating that portion of Walnut Street in the Borough of Mifflinburg, Union County, Pennsylvania, which lies between the eastern line of Line Street and the western property line of other lands of Shipton Brothers, Inc., and to vacate all of Mulberry Street between said points. (Ord. 269, 10/21/1969)
11-29 
Opening streets listed below:
List of Streets Established and Approved
1.
Walnut Street extension: Beginning at Buffalo Road ending 352 feet East.
2.
Market Street: Beginning Line Street ending 1676 feet East of Line Street.
3.
Green Street: Second Street East to Klingler Street 803 feet.
4.
Green Street: Second Street East to dead end 121 feet
5.
Klingler Street: Laney Street North to Shipton Street.
6.
Klingler Street: Shipton Street North to Green Street.
7.
Klingler Street: Green Street North to Market Street.
8.
Klingler Street: Market Street North to High Street 145'.
9.
Line Street: From Market Street South to Green Street.
10.
Orchard Lane: Quarry Road to Fourth Street.
11.
Ninth Street: From Green Street South to dead end.
12.
Green Street: From Klingler Street East to Albert Street.
13.
Green Street: From Line Street West to dead end.
14.
Shipton Street: From a point 600 feet West of Klingler Street to a point 375 feet East of Klingler Street.
15.
Laney Street: From a point 472 feet West of Klingler Street to a point 338 feet East of Klingler Street.
16.
Lime Ridge Road: From Quarry Road to Old Orchard Lane.
17.
Market: From Tenth Street (PA 104) West to Eleventh Street.
(Ord. 308, 5/16/1972; as amended by Ord. 2015-03, 6/16/2015)
11-30 
Vacating certain portions of certain streets listed below:
1.
Spott Street between Chestnut Street and Market Street.
2.
Seventh Street between Green Street and Quarry Road.
(Ord. 3-75, 7/17/1975, Sections 1 and 2)
11-31 
Vacate a part of North Ninth Street between Cherry Alley and property of Yorktowne Cabinets. (Ord. 6-1980, 5/29/1980)
11-32 
Vacating a portion of North Sixth Street from Mulberry Street to the right-of-way of Conrail; Providing for the retention of two 12 foot drainage easements in the vacate property. (Ord. 17-1980, 11/18/1980)
11-33 
Dedicating streets listed below:
1.
Albert Street: Green Street to Market Street
2.
Boro Line Road: L.R. 26 (PA 104) to Quarry Road
3.
Crestview Road: Mountainview Road to Quarry Road
4.
Green Street: Apple Alley to Line Street
5.
High Street: Albert Street to Mable Street
6.
Laney Street: Line Street to School District Road
7.
Mountainview Road: Boro Line Road to Quarry Road
8.
Shipton Street: Apple Alley to School District Road
9.
East Walnut Street: Line Street to Dead End
10.
Wisdon Drive: L.R. 27 to Cul-de-sac
11.
Pine Street: L.R. 59012 to L.R. 5902
12.
Bogar Lane: Cul-de-sac to Laney Street
13.
Lemon Lane: Ward Way to Third Street
14.
Line Street: Bogar Lane to Laney Street
15.
Meadow Lane: L.R. 59008 to L.R. 59008
16.
Ward Way: Cul-de-sac
(Ord. 86-7, 11/18/1986)
11-34 
Vacating two portions of Seventh Street between Green Street and Quarry Road. (Ord. 87-2, 2/24/1987)
11-34.1 
Closing East Street from Chestnut Street to High Street. (Ord. 91-03, 2/19/1991, § 1)
11-35 
Accepting a dedicated road for public purposes known as Gessner Lane. (Ord. 92-05, 7/21/1992)
11-36 
Accepting dedicated roads for public purposes known as Scottsdale Drive, Second Street and Shelly Lane at Scottsdale Acres. (Ord. 92-08, 10/20/1992)
11-37 
Accepting dedicated roads for public purposes known as Lemon Lane and Ward Way. (Ord. 93-07, 6/10/1993)
11-38 
Accepting a dedicated road for public purposes know as Blue Spruce Lane of the Scottdale Acres subdivision. (Ord. 95-01, 1/17/1995)
11-39 
Accepting a dedicated road for public purposes known as Buggy Lane of Lookout Hill subdivision. (Ord. 95-02, 1/17/1995)
11-40 
Accepting dedicated roads for public purpose known as Briar Circle, Dandee Drive and Merri Lane in the subdivision of Leeward Estates. (Ord. 96-03, 11/19/1996)
11-41 
Accepting as a public road the dedication of Scottsdale Drive from Second Street West to the end of the cul-de-sac in the Borough of Mifflinburg. (Ord. 97-01, 1/21/1997, § 1)
11-42 
Accepting as a public road the dedication of Meadow Green Drive from Route 45 to the Borough/Township line. (Ord. 97-05, 6/17/1997, § 1)
11-43 
Vacating streets as follows:
1.
Klose Street, from the northern line of Walnut Street, north to the southern line of Mill Street.
2.
A portion of Mulberry Street, from the western line of Line Street westerly to the eastern line of Klose Street.
(Ord. 98-01, 2/17/1998, § 1)
11-44 
Accepting Hillside Drive located in the Hillside Manor subdivision. (Ord. 98-05, 4/21/1998, § 1)
11-45 
Accepting the dedication of East Walnut Street from its existing most easterly terminus extending easterly to its intersection with the western line of Meadow Green Drive. (Ord. 00-02, 2/15/2000, § 1)
11-46 
Accepting the dedication of the expansion of Mulberry Alley between North Fifth Street in the Borough of Mifflinburg. (Ord. 02-04, 3/19/2002)
11-47 
Vacating a part of South Fifth Street south of Quarry Road for a distance of 90 feet abutting the property of the Mifflinburg Heritage and Revitalization Association and the Mifflinburg Cemetery Company. (Ord. 2006-3, 3/21/2006)
11-48 
Accepting the dedication of Miriam Street from East Chestnut Street to East Walnut Street. (Ord. 2012-1, 11/20/2012)
11-49 
Vacating a portion of Seventh Street between Cherry Street and Walnut Street. (Ord. 2015-05, 9/12/2015)
11-50 
Vacating streets as follows:
1.
An unopened portion of Albert Street which begins at the northern boundary line of Parcel 010-026-070.00000 and continues along the eastern boundary line of Parcel 010-026-070.00000 to the southern terminus of Albert Street at the boundary line of Parcel 010-025-044.00000, as shown on the Plan of Klinglers Addition No. 2.
2.
An unopened portion of Green Street which begins at the southwestern corner of Parcel 010-026-063.B0000 and continues along the southern boundary lines of Parcels 010-026-063.B0000 and 010-026-063.00000 to the eastern terminus of Green Street at the boundary line of Parcel 010-025- 044.00000, as shown on the Plan of Klinglers Addition No. 2.
(Ord. 2015-06, 10/20/2015)