Borough of Mifflinburg, PA
Union County
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§ J-101 Sidewalks

10-1 
Untitled ordinances requiring that sidewalks be constructed on both sides of George Street and on the east side of High Street from the turnpike road a the corner of Henry Yearick's lot to the church yard. (Ord. 24, 7/27/1852)
10-2 
Untitled ordinance requiring that sidewalks be constructed on Market Street from the east end to Jesse Hassenplug's property and from the Taylor and Bell property. (Ord. 26, 5/20/1853)
10-3 
Untitled ordinance fixing the width of the sidewalks to be constructed along Market Street, requiring that High Street be graded and guttered from Walnut Street to Church Street and that all other streets and alleys be graded and guttered. (Ord. 27, 6/27/1853)
10-4 
Untitled ordinance directing the sale of the old schoolhouse lot, Lot 221 on Walnut Street, and directing that sidewalks be constructed on John Street, from George Street to Walnut Street, and on the north side of Walnut Street from High Street to John Fishel's house. (Ord. 32, 5/11/1855)
10-5 
Untitled ordinance providing for the removal and replacement of the sidewalks on Green Street in front of the Academy. (Ord. 34, 3/19/1857)
10-6 
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 (Ord. 42, 4/13/1874) (The first paragraph of this ordinance was repealed by Section 2 of Ord. 273.)
10-7 
Untitled ordinance directing that sidewalks be constructed as follows: in front of lots of John Sankey and John Reighard on the north side of Walnut Street; in front of lot of Mrs. Suter on the north side of Chestnut Street; in front of lots of John Badger Godshall and Jacob Ruhl on the south side of Market Street; in front of lot of Mrs. Grove on the south side of Market Street; in front of lots of Catharine Kleckman and Samuel Biganreif on the west side of Third Street, from Market Street to Green Street; and on the south side of Chestnut Street between the lots of G. Fenst and James Chambers; and directing that pavements be raised and made according to grade on the north side of Chestnut Street between Fifth and Seventh Streets and on the east side of Fifth Street between the alley and Chestnut Street. (Ord. 43, 4/26/1875)
10-8 
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) (Sidewalks were to be constructed on Green Street from Second Street.)
10-9 
Providing for the laying of sidewalks on Ridge Avenue, between Green and Maple Streets, in the Borough of Mifflinburg, Union County, Pennsylvania. (Ord. 98, 4/27/1933) (Sidewalks, four feet wide, with the outside edge at least four feet from the curb line, were to be laid on both sides of the street.)
10-10 
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 street had been previously set at 33 feet, for the use of roadway and sidewalk; this provided that the sidewalk portion be reduced by 1.5 feet, to five feet, on the west side of Third Street, north of Thompson Street, adjacent to the property of Harry S. Wolfe and Paul Smith, conditioned upon their releasing the Borough from -ny and all property condemnation of the 1.5 foot-wide strip.)
10-11 
Regulating the widths of sidewalks or footways in the Borough of Mifflinburg on each side of Chestnut Street between Line Street and the eastern boundary line of the said Borough, also between Eleventh Street and the western boundary line along Ninth Street in Chambers Addition. (Ord. 175, 9/16/1952) This fixed the widths of sidewalks as follows:
1.
On each side of Chestnut Street, be-tween Line Street and Mable Street, five feet, from the lot line to the out-side of the curb.
2.
On each side of Chestnut Street, be-tween Eleventh Street and Fourteenth Street, five feet, from the lot line to the outside of the curb.
3.
On each side of Albert Street, between Chestnut Street and Market Street, 10 feet, from the lot line to the outside of the curb, of which five feet along the lot line reserved for shade trees or lawn.
4.
On each side of Klingler Street, and Line Street between Market Street and the Pennsylvania Railroad, 10 feet, from lot line to the outside of the curb, of which five feet along the lot line reserved for shade trees of lawn.
5.
On the west side of Eighth Street, between High Street and Green Street, 12 feet, from the lot line to the outside edge of the curb, of which seven feet along the curb line reserved for shade trees or lawn.
6.
On each side of Ninth Street, between High Street and the south line of Beckley's Addition, 12 feet, from the lot line to the outside of the curb, of which seven feet along the lot line reserved for shade trees or lawn.
7.
On each side of Tenth Street between Chestnut Street and Green Street, 12 feet, from the lot line to the outside of the curb, of which seven feet along the lot line reserved for shade trees or lawn.
No cellar doors, steps, porches or chimneys were permitted to extend into the sidewalks or footways in any of those streets.