Borough of Mount Union, PA
Huntingdon County
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[The following ordinances are no longer of general interest, mainly because their provisions were carried out directly after their enactment. Since these ordinances are mainly of historical or special interest, it has not been considered necessary to include their entire text. Instead, they are arranged in groups, according to subject matter, and within each group all ordinances are listed in chronological order. Annual tax and budget ordinances are listed only in the Disposition List. Resolutions have not been codified. Persons desiring to read the full text of any of these enactments may do so by consulting the original Ordinance Books on file in the Borough offices.]
Enactment
Date
Description
Ord. No. 28
7-12-1900
To authorize the Central Pennsylvania Telephone and Supply Company to erect and maintain poles for telephone lines
Ord. No. 33
6-5-1901
Authorizing the Mount Union Silica Brick Works to lay a railroad siding across Pennsylvania Avenue, Franklin Street and Shirley Street
Ord. No. 34
9-4-1901
Authorizing the W. H. Haws Brick Works or their successors of Mount Union, Pennsylvania, to lay a railroad siding across Lafayette, Small and Shirley Streets
Ord. No. 44
6-3-1905
Authorizing and consenting to the construction, maintenance and operation by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company of an additional railroad track, south side of Depot Street and the east side of road crossing 1,000 feet east of Division Street, and also to the construction and maintenance by said company of a retaining wall south of said track, between the east side of Depot Street and a point 675 feet east of the east side of Division Street
Ord. No. 49
7-16-1906
Authorizing a contract with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company with respect to the construction of the proposed improved and straightened main line
Ord. No. 51
2-21-1907
Authorizing the East Broad Top Railroad and Coal Company to lay and maintain a new connecting railroad track of three rails from its main line to its transfer tracks on portions of Pennsylvania Avenue and Franklin Street
Ord. No. 88
12-7-1915
Authorizing Harbison-Walker Refractories Company, its successors and assigns, to establish and maintain railroad sidings across certain streets
Ord. No. 383
10-5-1954
Granting to Huntingdon Gas Company, its successors and assigns, the right to construct and operate in highways within the Borough gas mains for the purpose of supplying gas to such persons within the limits of said Borough
Enactment
Date
Description
Ord. No. 52
6-4-1907
Annexation to the Borough of Mount Union of certain lands and outlots lying in Shirley Township
Ord. No. 119
4-13-1920
Annexation to the Borough of Mount Union of certain lands and outlots lying in Shirley Township
Ord. No. 123
10-4-1920
Assigning those certain lands and outlots formerly lying in Shirley Township to and made part of certain wards of the Borough
Ord. No. 139
5-5-1924
Annexation to the Borough of Mount Union of certain land and outlots lying in Shirley Township
Ord. No. 357
12-22-1952
Annexation of certain lands in Shirley Township (The land was to be used as a site for a low-rental housing project.)
Enactment
Date
Description
Ord. No. 62
4-5-1911
Authorizing a loan of $9,500 for the permanent improvement of sewers and highways, and liquidation of present indebtedness
Ord. No. 83
5-4-1915
Authorizing the electors of the Borough of Mount Union to vote on the increase of debt for various improvements
Ord. No. 85
8-21-1915
Providing for a loan for the liquidation of present indebtedness
Ord. No. 86
8-21-1915
Providing for a loan for the Borough of Mount Union for sewer building and paving
Ord. No. 100
4-12-1918
Authorizing the Borough of Mount Union to purchase the Mount Union Water Company, providing for the issuing of bonds in the sum of $60,000, fixing the denomination of said bonds, the rate of interest thereon, the date of their maturity, providing a sinking fund for their retirement according to law and providing that said bonds be secured solely by said water plant, system and property and the proceeds of the sale thereof to be used exclusively for the purpose of making payment for the water plant, stock, property, rights and franchises and to be designated as municipal water bonds
Ord. No. 106
8-10-1918
Authorizing the Borough of Mount Union to purchase from the Mount Union Water Company, providing for the issuing of bonds in the sum of $60,000, fixing the denomination of said bonds, the rate of interest thereon, the date of their maturity, providing for a sinking fund for their retirement according to law and providing that said bonds be secured solely by said water plant, system and property and the proceeds of the sale thereof to be used exclusively for the purpose of making payment and to be designated as municipal water bonds, approximating the revenue of the plant for the payment of taxes of the bond issue
Ord. No. 108
4-26-1919
Authorizing the electors of the Borough to vote on the increase of debt in the sum of $44,500 for storm sewers and street improvements
Ord. No. 118
1-12-1920
Providing for a loan of $44,500 for the Borough to take up the floating debt of the Borough and for storm sewers and street paving
Ord. No. 146
4-4-1925
Expressing the desire of the corporate authorities to increase the indebtedness of the Borough for dam construction over Carmichael's Run in Shirley Township
Ord. No. 147
5-4-1925
Authorizing the electors of the Borough to vote on the increase of the debt for the improvement of the waterworks to an amount exceeding 2% upon the assessed valuation of taxable property (relates to Ord. No. 146 above)
Ord. No. 161
3-3-1927
Authorizing an increase of the bonded indebtedness for the improvement of the waterworks
Ord. No. 166
5-23-1927
To amend Section 5 of Ord. No. 161
Ord. No. 184
3-7-1933
To increase the bonded indebtedness for refunding 1915 bond issue and funding of current indebtedness and authorizing the electors of the Borough to vote on the increase
Ord. No. 186
5-23-1933
Providing for the issuance of bonds and the increase of the bonded indebtedness of the Borough, in the sum of $43,500, for the purpose of refunding the bond issue of 1915
Ord. No. 187
8-13-1933
Authorizing an amendment to Sections 2, 4 and 6 of an ordinance approved May 23, 1933 (See Ord. No. 186 above.)
Ord. No. 189
8-14-1933
Authorizing the President and Secretary of Council to sign and issue four coupon bonds to replace four lost bonds
Ord. No. 255
8-3-1942
Authorizing a loan of $75,000 from the Central National Bank of Mount Union and redeem $79,000 of bonds of the Mount Union Water Company
Ord. No. 266
3-6-1945
Expressing the desire to increase the indebtedness of the Borough
Ord. No. 267
3-8-1945
Signifying the desire of the Borough Council of the Borough of Mount Union to make an increase of the debt in the sum of $70,000 for the purpose of erection of a dam across Licking Creek in Wayne Township
Ord. No. 270
7-17-1945
To authorize and direct the issuance of general obligation bonds in the maximum amount of $70,000 for the erection of a dam across Licking Creek in Wayne Township
Ord. No. 304
8-4-1948
Expressing the desire to increase the indebtedness of the Borough in the sum of $45,000 for the erection of a two-story concrete block forty-foot by eight-foot annex to the Municipal Building
Ord. No. 310
9-15-1948
To authorize and direct the issue of general obligation bonds in the amount of $45,000 for the purpose of the construction of a two-story concrete block annex, 40 feet by 80 feet, to the present Municipal Building
Ord. No. 510
11-2-1964
To authorize the issuance of general obligation bonds in the total amount of $22,500 for the purchase of fire-fighting equipment
Ord. No. 526
9-27-1965
Signifying the desire to increase the indebtedness of the Borough, with the assent of the electors, in the amount of $60,000 for the purpose of the construction of an eight-inch water transmission main
Ord. No. 534
1-24-1966
To authorize the issuance of general obligation bonds of the Borough in the total amount of $60,000 for the purpose of the construction of an eight-inch water transmission main from Kistler Borough to Mount Union
Ord. No. 555
3-4-1968
Signifying the desire of the Council to increase the indebtedness of the Borough, with the assent of the electors, in the amount of $160,000 for the purpose of the construction of a firehouse
Ord. No. 582
5-6-1970
To authorize and direct the issuance of general obligation bonds of the Borough of Mount Union in the total amount of $100,000 for the purpose of the construction of waterlines and sewer lines and for the renovation of the Borough Office Building
Ord. No. 583
5-6-1970
To authorize issuance of general obligation term bonds of the Borough of Mount Union in the total amount of $1,000 for construction of waterlines and sewer lines and for the renovating of the Borough Office Building
Ord. No. 590
12-2-1970
Appropriating the revenue from the one-hundred-thousand-dollar bond issue authorized by Ord. No. 582 for construction of waterlines and sewer lines, preparation of plans for renovation of the Borough Building, salaries of patrolmen and incidental expenses
Ord. No. 607
12-8-1971
Authorizing an increase in the nonelectoral indebtedness of the Borough, by the sum of $15,000; authorizing the borrowing of $15,000 from Mount Union Area Development, Inc., for the purpose of renovation of the first floor of the Municipal Building
Ord. No. 608
4-5-1972
Authorizing an increase in the nonelectoral indebtedness of the Borough, by the sum of $12,000; authorizing the borrowing of $12,000 from Penn Central National Bank, Mount Union office, for the purchase of a two-cubic-yard street sweeper
Ord. No. 635
3-7-1973
Authorizing the borrowing of $25,000 for renovating the Municipal Building to provide quarters for a public health clinic
Ord. No. 639
5-2-1973
Authorizing the borrowing of $20,000 for the purpose of payment of engineering services and miscellaneous costs relative to the proposed construction of additions and alterations to the Borough sewage treatment plant
Ord. No. 648
8-2-1973
Authorizing the borrowing of $22,000 for the purpose of payment of engineering services and miscellaneous costs relative to the proposed construction of additions and alterations to the Borough sewage treatment plant to provide for the secondary treatment of sewage
Ord. No. 684
8-5-1974
Authorizing an increase in the nonelectoral indebtedness of the Borough, by sum of $6,000; authorizing the borrowing of $6,000 from Penn Central National Bank, Mount Union office, for the purpose of repaying funds advanced by Mount Union Area Development, Inc.
Ord. No. 699
3-3-1975
Authorizing the borrowing of $23,000 for purchasing and developing certain real estate as a municipal parking lot
Ord. No. 707
5-21-1975
Accepting the proposal of Community State Bank of Orbisonia for the awarding of the loan set forth in Ord. No. 699 upon the terms contained therein
Ord. No. 718
12-8-1975
To authorize a general obligation term bond of the Borough in the total amount of $130,000 for the purposes of refunding a twenty-three-thousand-dollar note of the Borough dated June 2, 1975, for development of parking facilities, purchase of fire-fighting equipment, and repairs to the Municipal Building
Ord. No. 799
6-28-1978
Declaring the acquisition and construction of certain additions and alterations to sewage facilities; refinancing of the Mount Union Municipal Authority's sewer revenue bonds, 1963 Series; the Borough's lease rental debt with respect thereto, to be projects of the Borough for which lease rental debt is to be incurred; determining to incur lease rental debt in the amount of $630,000; to be evidenced by bonds to be issued by the Authority to finance such projects, such bonds to be secured by the Borough's guaranty agreement and rentals payable by the Borough under a lease of said sewage facilities from the Authority; stating the estimated realistic useful life of the facilities covered by said lease; authorizing certain Borough officers to prepare, certify and file with the Department of Community Affairs the debt statement required by Section 410 of the Local Government Unit Debt Act and any statements required by Section 206 of such Debt Act to qualify the debt incurred as self-liquidating debt; specifically approving amounts of fixed rent and other payments to be made by the county under such guaranty or lease from the Authority's assignment of such rentals to the corporate trustee in respect of the Authority's bonds
Ord. No. 803
6-28-1978
Approving an engineer's report for the purpose of qualifying that portion of the lease rental debt of the Borough securing the payment of principal of and interest on the $625,000 aggregate principal amount of the guaranteed sewer revenue bonds, Series of 1978, of the Mount Union Municipal Authority, which may be excluded from applicable lease rental debt limits as self-liquidating from sewer system revenues
Ord. No. 1011
5-6-1991
Authorizing the borrowing of $8,000 for a capital project
Ord. No. 1012
9-15-1992
Authorizing the borrowing of $4,185,600 for a capital project
Ord. No. 1013
9-15-1992
Amending § 3 of Ord. No. 1012
Ord. No. 1033
3-6-1995
Increasing the indebtedness of the Borough by the issue of a general obligation note in the amount of $175,000 for sundry purposes
Ord. No. 1036
9-11-1995
Increasing the indebtedness of the Borough by the issue of a general obligation note in the amount of $4,480,678 for additions and improvements to certain water system facilities
Ord. No. 1088
8-24-2009
Incurring lease rental debt in connection with a capital project
Enactment
Date
Description
Ord. No. 43
2-14-1905
Authorizing the entering into an agreement between Scott Dibert, his associates or assigns, and the Borough Council of the Borough of Mount Union for the furnishing and maintaining of a system for the transmission of electricity for the purpose of lighting and power
4-14-1913
Authorizing the Mount Union Light and Power Company to change its system of distribution of light and power
Ord. No. 80
11-21-1914
Authorizing an agreement between the Raystown Water Power Company, their successors or assigns, and the Borough Council of the Borough of Mount Union for the furnishing and maintaining of a system for the transmission of electricity for the purpose of lighting and power to the said Borough
Ord. No. 217
12-29-1936
Authorizing an agreement between the Penn Central Light and Power Company and the Borough of Mount Union for the furnishing and maintaining of a system for the transmission of electricity for the purpose of lighting and for power
Ord. No. 420
8-18-1958
Providing for electric streetlighting service to the Borough of Mount Union
Ord. No. 490
8-5-1963
Providing for electric streetlighting service to the Borough of Mount Union
Ord. No. 542
6-6-1966
Providing for electric streetlighting service to the Borough of Mount Union
Enactment
Date
Description
Ord. No. 333
5-2-1951
Approving the application of the Housing Authority of the County of Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, for a preliminary loan in connection with the development of low-rent public housing within the Borough
Ord. No. 338
8-21-1951
Authorizing the acceptance of certain payments in lieu of taxes from the Housing Authority of the County of Huntingdon, approving a form of contract with the Housing Authority of the County of Huntingdon with respect thereto, and authorizing the execution of said contract
Ord. No. 729
2-9-1976
For the purpose of appointing and designating a Treasurer for the Borough of Mount Union
Ord. No. 749
10-11-1976
Authorizing a program of rehabilitation for low- to middle-income housing
Ord. No. 904
10-8-1979
Relating to an intergovernmental cooperation agreement with the Boroughs of Mount Union, Orbisonia, and Rockhill Furnace, the Township of Carbon and the County of Huntingdon to associate and join in the administration of a community development block grant as administered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development
Res. No. 940
3-10-1980
Authorizing the execution of the disposal agreement for disposition parcel No. 36-B in the Mount Union Disaster Urban Renewal Area
Res. No. 941
4-14-1980
Authorizing the execution of the disposal agreement for disposition parcel No. 36-F for the Mount Union Disaster Urban Renewal Area
Res. No. 942
4-14-1980
Authorizing the execution of the disposal agreement for disposition parcel No. 14-A in the Mount Union Disaster Urban Renewal Area
Res. No. 943
4-14-1980
Authorizing the execution of the disposal agreement for disposition parcel No. 37-B in the Mount Union Disaster Urban Renewal Area
Res. No. 944
4-14-1980
Authorizing the execution of the disposal agreement for disposition parcel No. 42 in the Mount Union Disaster Urban Renewal Area
Res. No. 945
4-14-1980
Authorizing the execution of the disposal agreement for disposition parcel No. 40 in the Mount Union Disaster Urban Renewal Area
Ord. No. 946
4-14-1980
Authorizing the planting of trees along Shirley Street within the Borough
Res. No. 949
5-12-1980
Authorizing an amendment to the cooperation agreement between the Borough and Huntingdon County Housing Authority dated September 12, 1951
Ord. No. 950
7-14-1980
Adopting the Code of Ordinances of the Borough of Mount Union
Ord. No. 1008
1-7-1991
Authorizing the execution of a municipal police cooperative agreement and a municipal drug task force agreement
Ord. No. 1027
11-21-1994
Determining to regulate the rates of TCI of PA for basic cable service and associated equipment in accordance with the 1992 Cable Act
Ord. No. 2013-1
2-6-2013
Amendment to Municipal Pension Plan administered by the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System pursuant to Article IV of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law.
Ord. No. 2013-2
2-6-2012
Amendment to Police Pension Plan administered by the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System pursuant to Article IV of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law.
Enactment
Date
Description
Ord. No. 39
4-15-1903
To take certain real estate for the erection thereon of public buildings in the Borough of Mount Union
Ord. No. 77
6-11-1914
Approving the acceptance of the option and the purchase of land from David Long
Ord. No. 98
4-15-1918
Providing for the purchase and lease of land for park purposes or for garbage dump or for a garbage disposal, for the payment of the purchase price and authorizing payment of a yearly rental for three years; appropriation of the money
Ord. No. 120
4-13-1920
Authorizing the leasing of certain lots for a park and playground in the Borough of Mount Union; also option to purchase; appoint a Shade Tree Committee to take charge of park (Section 3 was repealed by Ord. No. 870.)
Ord. No. 190
10-2-1933
Authorizing the Borough of Mount Union to lease to the Mount Union School District a certain part of the Borough Park for a term of years at the annual rental; with right to fence and make improvements on same; to hold athletic contests and exhibitions and collect admission fees; with right to sublease to other organizations for a revenue at suitable times; option given to release
Ord. No. 222
6-23-1937
Authorizing the Borough of Mount Union to accept a piece of land in said Borough to be used as a Borough park and to maintain the same as such, said land being given by Carey E. Etnier
Ord. No. 282
5-8-1946
To authorize the Borough of Mount Union to lease to the Mount Union School District a piece of land for athletic purposes for the term of 10 years, with an option to renew the lease for another term at the option of the school district at a nominal rental, with restrictions towards cancellation of the lease
Ord. No. 297
7-24-1947
Authorizing the Council of the Borough of Mount Union to enter into a contract for the excavation of a part of the rear end of the Borough lot on West Market Street; and approving advertising for bids for said work; to ask for bids, for concreting the cellar for connection with sewer and purchase of furnace for building
Ord. No. 303
7-20-1948
Authorizing the construction of an annex to the Borough Building in the rear of the present Borough Building, 44 feet by 80 feet, two-story concrete block; to ask for bids for its construction; approve all actions heretofore taken and to meet the expense thereof out of the general fund and the Special Building Fund
Ord. No. 314
6-21-1949
Authorizing the Council of the Borough of Mount Union to purchase from the Pennsylvania Railroad Company a plot of ground for the site of a sanitary sewage disposal plant for said Borough; to provide for purchase price for the same
Ord. No. 371
12-22-1953
Authorizing the purchase of a street sweeper and authorizing the execution of a contract of purchase therefor
Ord. No. 539
3-7-1966
Providing for the acquisition by eminent domain for Borough purposes of certain real estate located in the Third Ward of the Borough of Mount Union bounded on the north by Hill Valley Creek, on the east by lands of Sheldon Caster, on the south by lands of Neal Neason and on the west by lands of Mount Union Borough (Municipal Park)
Enactment
Date
Description
Ord. No. 68
7-15-1912
Ratifying the construction of the sanitary sewer and providing for its further construction (Section 2 was repealed by Ord. No. 870.)
Ord. No. 79
10-9-1914
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer on certain streets in the Borough of Mount Union and adopting as public sanitary sewers other sewers that have been laid (Section 4 was repealed by Ord. No. 870. This refers to Milford, Water and Division Streets, and from Juniata River to Poplar/Jefferson Streets.)
Ord. No. 84
8-12-1915
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer on certain streets (Section 5 was repealed by Ord. No. 870. This refers to Water, Franklin, Shirley, Shaver, Market, Milford, Garber, Vandevender, Washington, Jefferson, and Division Streets, and Pennsylvania Avenue.)
Ord. No. 94
4-9-1917
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer (This refers to Water Street.)
Ord. No. 103
6-14-1918
Authorizing the construction of a public sanitary sewer on certain streets (Section 5 was repealed by Ord. No. 870. This refers to Vandevender, Halley, Maxwell, Morgan, Ridge, Jefferson, Shaver, Garber, and Milford Streets.)
Ord. No. 113
7-2-1919
Empowering the Borough of Mount Union to lay storm sewers on certain streets (This refers to Division, Water and Jefferson Streets.)
Ord. No. 117
11-19-1919
Authorizing the construction of a public sewer on North Division Street (Section 3 was repealed by Ord. No. 870.)
Ord. No. 127
5-21-1923
Empowering the Borough of Mount Union to lay a storm sewer on a certain street (North Jefferson)
Ord. No. 140
8-9-1924
Authorizing the construction of public sanitary sewers on certain streets (This refers to Lafayette, Milford, Vandevender, Halley, Maxwell, Jefferson, and Filbert Streets.)
Ord. No. 151
8-4-1925
Authorizing and directing the construction of a public sanitary sewer on West Walnut Street
Ord. No. 221
3-18-1936
Authorizing the Council of the Borough of Mount Union to construct or cause to be constructed public sanitary sewers on certain streets (Section 4 was repealed by Ord. No. 870. This refers to Halley and Washington Streets.)
Ord. No. 220
5-18-1937
Authorizing the Borough of Mount Union to construct or authorize to be constructed a public sanitary sewer on South Liberty Street
Ord. No. 221
6-23-1927
Authorizing the Borough of Mount Union to construct or authorize to be constructed a public sanitary sewer on the south side of Pennsylvania Avenue
Ord. No. 230
7-6-1938
Authorizing the Council of the Borough of Mount Union to construct or cause to be constructed a public sanitary sewer on West Pennsylvania Avenue, south side
Ord. No. 233
9-28-1938
Authorizing the Borough of Mount Union to enter into a contract with Perring and Remington Company to prepare plans and specifications for and to supervise the construction of a sewage disposal plant for said Borough, to contain certain limitations
Ord. No. 258
4-5-1943
Authorizing the Borough of Mount Union to construct or cause to be constructed eight-inch public sanitary sewers on South Jefferson and West Morgan Streets at the expense of the adjacent property owners according to the foot-front rule (Section 4 was repealed by Ord. No. 870.)
Ord. No. 288
7-19-1946
Authorizing the Borough of Mount Union to construct or cause to be constructed a public sanitary sewer in said Borough on certain streets (Section 5 was repealed by Ord. No. 870. Refers to Chestnut, Shaver and Small Streets and across Pennsylvania Railroad property.)
Ord. No. 292
4-22-1947
Authorizing the Borough of Mount Union to construct or cause to be constructed an eight-inch public sanitary sewer from the east side of Jefferson Street on Grant Street to the sewer line on North Division Street
Ord. No. 306
8-24-1948
Authorizing the construction of a public sanitary sewer on South Jefferson Street
Ord. No. 307
8-24-1948
Authorizing the construction of a public sanitary sewer on West Ridge Street
Ord. No. 321
5-2-1950
Authorizing the Borough of Mount Union to construct or cause to be constructed an eight-inch public sanitary sewer on Chestnut Street
Ord. No. 330
3-8-1951
Authorizing the Borough of Mount Union to construct or cause to be constructed an eight-inch public sanitary sewer on Chestnut Street
Ord. No. 334
5-22-1951
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer on Walnut Street
Ord. No. 335
6-5-1951
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer on Sherman Street
Ord. No. 337
8-7-1951
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer on Chestnut Street
Ord. No. 339
8-24-1951
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer on Shaver Street, Chestnut Street and Drake Street
Ord. No. 340
10-2-1951
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer through lands of the Borough of Mount Union and the Pennsylvania Railroad Company
Ord. No. 361
3-3-1953
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer on North Shaver Street
Ord. No. 366
8-4-1953
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer on West Pine Street
Ord. No. 367
9-22-1953
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer on East Shirley Street
Ord. No. 368
9-22-1953
Authorizing the execution of an agreement between the Borough of Mount Union and Gannett, Fleming, Corddry and Carpenter covering the revision of plans for a sewage treatment plant and appropriating funds for the payment of said revision
Ord. No. 385
1-18-1955
Adopting Federal Drive in the plan of the Housing Authority of the County of Huntingdon as a Borough street and adopting all sidewalks, storm sewers and sanitary sewers within the land owned by the Housing Authority as public facilities
Ord. No. 436
1-4-1960
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer on Greene and Garber Streets
Ord. No. 498
11-13-1963
Requesting the Mount Union Municipal Authority to undertake a sewage treatment project; ratifying and approving the plans and specifications for the Authority's sewer project; conveying and transferring certain real property, easements and rights-of-way to the Authority in connection with the project; authorizing the execution and delivery of deeds of conveyance and other documents; authorizing the appropriate action in connection therewith; authorizing and directing the execution and delivery of a lease dated as of December 1, 1963, from the Authority; approving and acknowledging notice of the assignment of said lease to Union National Bank and Trust Company of Huntingdon as trustee
Ord. No. 512
1-14-1965
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer on Lawrence Street
Ord. No. 586
7-1-1970
Authorizing the construction by the Mount Union Municipal Authority of a sanitary sewer system from the site of the L. Greif and Bro. Plant in Shirley Township to the Borough of Mount Union and providing for the transfer of funds to Mount Union Municipal Authority to defray the costs of such construction
Ord. No. 801
6-28-1978
Approving the plan of construction of sanitary sewage collection facilities to be constructed by the Mount Union Municipal Authority to serve the Borough of Mount Union; approving the estimated cost thereof as a limit on the amount to be assessed by the Authority according to the foot-front rule; providing that such approval shall not preclude benefit assessments in appropriate cases
Ord. No. 802
6-28-1978
Conveying and transferring certain real property, easements, and rights-of-way to the Mount Union Municipal Authority in connection with the Authority's sewer project
Ord. No. 804
6-28-1978
Authorizing an agreement between the Mount Union Municipal Authority and the Borough of Mount Union, providing for administration by the Borough of the Authority's Industrial Cost Recovery System to be developed pursuant to the requirements of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act as a condition of the construction grant received in respect of the Authority's project for additions, alterations and improvements to the sewage treatment works and sewage collection system
Enactment
Date
Description
Ord. No. 1
7-9-1870
Declaring certain streets in the Borough of Mount Union public highways (refers to Water, Centre, Small, Shirley, Academia, Market, Washington and Depot Streets, and Pennsylvania Avenue)
Ord. No. 3
7-7-1873
Requiring that sidewalks be constructed on the east side of Washington Street; on the north side of Pennsylvania Avenue; on the east side of Jefferson Street; on the south side of Shirley Street; and on the west side of Division Street
Ord. No. 4
8-5-1873
Requiring that sidewalks be constructed on the north side of Market Street
Ord. No. 6
5-27-1874
Relating to laying boardwalks and repairing old walks (refers to Division, Shirley, Market and Jefferson Streets)
Ord. No. 9
9-14-1882
Requiring that sidewalks be laid on the west side of Division Street; on the east side of Division Street; on the west side of Jefferson Street; on the north side of Shirley Street; on the east side of Jefferson Street; on the south side of Water Street; on the north side of Water Street; on the east side of Jefferson Street; on the west side of Division Street
Ord. No. 11
8-6-1883
Declaring the streets as shown on the plot of the Borough as laid out by Dougherty and Speer to be public highways (refers to Pennsylvania Avenue; Division, Water, Lafayette, Small, Shirley, Academia, Market, Willow, Milford, Davis, Garber, Gayton, Halley, Harrison, Washington, and Franklin Streets)
Ord. No. 12
9-12-1883
Directing that a sidewalk be constructed on the north side of Pennsylvania Avenue
Ord. No. 16
8-3-1885
Relating to pavements on streets (sidewalks required on Pennsylvania Avenue; Water and Franklin Streets)
Ord. No. 17
8-1-1887
Relating to pavements on streets herein mentioned (sidewalks required on Pennsylvania Avenue; Depot, Shirley, Jefferson, Division and Water Streets)
Ord. No. 18
8-6-1888
Relating to pavements on streets (sidewalks required on Pennsylvania Avenue; Shirley, Washington, Market, Jefferson, Division and Water Streets)
Ord. No. 23
11-4-1896
Providing for the laying of sidewalks or pavements and placing curbing and also for the relaying and widening of the pavements on certain streets and parts of streets (refers to Railroad Avenue; Water, Shirley, Market, Milford, Division, Jefferson, Garber and Depot Streets)
Ord. No. 24
2-10-1897
Relating to opening certain streets (refers to Pennsylvania Avenue; Washington, Lafayette and Small Streets)
Ord. No. 25
2-17-1897
Authorizing the laying out and opening of Milford Street, from Division Street to the Borough line
Ord. No. 25-A
4-27-1898
Vacating part of Pennsylvania Avenue to provide space for a new passenger station for the Pennsylvania Railroad Company and supplying the vacated part of the street by a new street or driveway, to be constructed and maintained by the Railroad Company, at no expense to the Borough; and providing that if the passenger station is removed and the grounds abandoned for passenger station purposes, the vacated portion of Pennsylvania Avenue will be reopened as a public street, and the new street or driveway will be vacated
Ord. No. 35
5-13-1902
Providing for the laying of sidewalks or pavements and placing curbing and also for the relaying and widening of the pavements on certain streets and parts of streets (refers to Shirley, Market, Division, Washington, Jefferson and Halley Streets)
Ord. No. 36
12-10-1902
Authorizing the opening of certain streets or parts of streets (refers to Washington, Division, Jefferson, and Garber Streets)
Ord. No. 38
5-6-1903
Authorizing the laying out and opening of Lafayette, Market and Halley Streets
Ord. No. 45
10-2-1905
Providing for the opening of Washington Street from Market Street south to the Borough limits
Ord. No. 47
Vacating Canal Street, an alley in the Borough of Mount Union lying and being between the east side of Washington Street and the west side of Division Street
Ord. No. 48
7-12-1906
Vacating the portion of Washington Street in the Borough of Mount Union lying and being between the south side of the Pennsylvania Canal property and the south side of Poplar Street in said Borough
Ord. No. 49
7-16-1906
Authorizing a contract with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company with respect to the construction of the proposed improved and straightened main line of said company through said Borough, providing for the crossing over Division Street and Jefferson Street by means of bridges and for the vacation of a portion of Washington Street and the vacation of Canal Street or Alley
Ord. No. 78
9-22-1914
Empowering the Borough of Mount Union to curb, grade and pave or cause to be curbed, graded and paved parts of streets (refers to Jefferson and Shirley Streets)
Ord. No. 87
9-18-1915
Empowering the Borough of Mount Union to curb, grade and pave or cause to be graded, curbed and paved parts of streets (refers to Shirley, Division, Jefferson, Market and Lafayette Streets)
Ord. No. 98
10-13-1917
Empowering the Borough of Mount Union to narrow East Water Street, to narrow Small Street and to widen Pennsylvania Avenue in said Borough
Ord. No. 114
7-12-1919
Authorizing the Borough Council to curb, grade and pave, or cause to be curbed, graded and paved, parts of streets (refers to Division, Water, Market, Jefferson and Small Streets)
Ord. No. 116
12-1-1919
Authorizing the Borough Council to curb, grade and pave, or cause to be graded, curbed and paved, parts of streets (refers to Pennsylvania Avenue and Jefferson Street)
Ord. No. 125
12-19-1921
Authorizing the Borough of Mount Union to assume the costs and expense of grading, curbing and paving the streets and alleys where they cross other streets along the line of street paving as authorized by Ord. No. 114, approved July 12, 1919, and Ord. No. 116, approved December 1, 1919
Ord. No. 128
5-21-1923
Authorizing the Borough of Mount Union to curb, grade and pave or cause to be graded, curbed or paved a part of North Jefferson Street
Ord. No. 131
7-16-1923
Requesting the Commissioners of Huntingdon County to appropriate and spend money for the improvement and maintenance of a Borough street (refers to Poplar Street)
Ord. No. 132
7-17-1923
Requesting the State Highway Department to take over and construct Poplar Street from the southern end of the Juniata River bridge to Jefferson Street
Ord. No. 148
5-4-1925
Authorizing and empowering the Borough of Mount Union to grade, curb, and pave, or cause to be graded, curbed and paved, a part of a street (refers to Water Street)
Ord. No. 160
12-4-1926
Empowering the Borough of Mount Union to curb, grade and pave or cause to be curbed, graded and paved parts of streets (refers to Jefferson and Franklin Streets)
Ord. No. 165
5-23-1927
Empowering the Borough of Mount Union to grade and pave or cause to be graded and paved parts of streets (refers to Small Street)
Ord. No. 167
10-6-1927
Authorizing the Council of the Borough of Mount Union to grade, curb and pave or cause to be graded, curbed and paved part of a certain street (This refers to Pennsylvania Avenue.)
Ord. No. 192
1-29-1934
Empowering the Borough of Mount Union to curb both sides of North Jefferson Street
Ord. No. 195
2-21-1934
Approving and establishing the lines, grades, drainage structures, and all other structures appearing on the plans of the Department of Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, showing proposed improvement on South Division Street in the Borough of Mount Union
Ord. No. 199
4-17-1934
Approving and establishing the lines, grades, drainage structures, and all other structures appearing on the plans of the Department of Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, showing proposed improvement on North Jefferson Street in the Borough of Mount Union
Ord. No. 202
1-18-1935
Authorizing the Borough of Mount Union to purchase a piece of land located in the Borough of Mount Union and to pay for the same (for opening street connecting East Pennsylvania Avenue to the old P.R.R. river bridge)
Ord. No. 206
6-3-1935
To open a tract of Borough property and dedicate it as a public street of the Borough of Mount Union (refers to extension of Pennsylvania Avenue)
Ord. No. 207
7-24-1935
Accepting the new concrete street from the new concrete river bridge to Walnut Street on North Jefferson Street, Mount Union Borough
Ord. No. 216
7-7-1936
Authorizing the vacation of Liberty Street from the line of East Maxwell Street south a distance of 131.42 feet to the line of the I.O.O.F. Cemetery
Ord. No. 224
8-16-1937
Authorizing the Council to purchase a strip of land in the Second Ward to the rear of the south side of Ridge Street to be used as an alley
Ord. No. 231
7-18-1938
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 Pennsylvania Avenue
Ord. No. 272
9-20-1945
Authorizing the Borough to close and abandon, as an alley, an unnamed alley extending from Pine Street to Maple Street
Ord. No. 281
4-16-1946
Authorizing the lease for 99 years with the right of renewal for another term to L. Grief and Bro., Inc., a strip of land three feet wide on the south side of Pine Street and extending in length from North Jefferson Street to North Division Street to be used by said company in connection with its manufacturing plant
Ord. No. 309
9-9-1948
Authorizing the construction of curbs on certain streets of the Borough of Mount Union (refers to Washington Street)
Ord. No. 331
3-20-1951
Authorizing the construction of curbs on certain streets (refers to Drake, Chestnut, Shaver, Washington and Walnut Streets)
Ord. No. 336
7-12-1951
Authorizing the Borough to vacate Small Street commencing at its intersection with Lafayette Street and extending to the intersection of Small Street with Elm Street
Ord. No. 341
11-6-1951
Authorizing the Borough to close and abandon, as an alley, an unnamed alley extending from Poplar Street to Filbert Street
Ord. No. 351
5-6-1952
Vacating portions of certain streets and alleys located within Hare's Addition (refers to Grant and Drake Streets and two unnamed alleys)
Ord. No. 356
12-16-1952
Vacating portions of certain streets and alleys (refers to Juniper and Sherman Streets)
Ord. No. 358
1-20-1953
Authorizing the construction of curbs on South Shaver Street and East Halley Street
Ord. No. 362
3-3-1953
Authorizing the construction of curbs on North Shaver Street between Sherman and Pine Streets
Ord. No. 364
5-19-1953
Establishing setback building lines on Shirley Street between Jefferson and Division Streets
Ord. No. 365
6-2-1953
Authorizing the construction of curbs on North Jefferson Street between Juniper and Walnut Streets
Ord. No. 376
4-5-1954
Authorizing the construction of curbs on West Milford Street between Washington and Jefferson Streets
Ord. No. 378
5-18-1954
Authorizing the construction of curbs on Market Street between Washington and Lafayette Streets
Ord. No. 385
1-18-1955
Adopting Federal Drive as a Borough street and adopting all sidewalks, storm sewers and sanitary sewers within the land owned by the Housing Authority of the County of Huntingdon as public facilities
Ord. No. 386
2-8-1955
Authorizing and directing the construction of curbing on Pine Street between Division and Jefferson Streets
Ord. No. 387
2-8-1955
Authorizing and directing the construction of curbing on Pine Street between Shaver and Drake Streets
Ord. No. 391
3-23-1955
Authorizing and directing the construction of curbing on Walnut Street between Jefferson and Division Streets
Ord. No. 392
3-23-1955
Authorizing and directing the construction of curbing on the north side of Poplar Street between Jefferson and Washington Streets
Ord. No. 393
3-23-1955
Authorizing and directing the construction of curbing on East Halley Street between Division and Halley Streets
Ord. No. 394
4-19-1955
Authorizing and directing the construction of curbing on South Shaver Street between Gayton and Garber Streets and on Garber Street running eastward from the intersection of Garber and Shaver Streets
Ord. No. 410
8-6-1957
Adopting and opening extensions of East Halley Street, South Shaver Street, East Gayton Street, East Garber Street, East Market Street, Academia Street, and opening and adopting Greene Street, extending from Shirley Street to Market Street as extended
Ord. No. 416
5-20-1958
Authorizing the construction of a curb on Robin Street between Division and Franklin Streets
Ord. No. 417
7-7-1958
Adopting an extension of Davis Street from the west property line of Washington Street to a point 490 feet west of said property line; an extension of Center Street from the east property line of Lafayette Street to a point 481 feet east of said property line; an extension of Franklin Street from the north property line of East Water Street to a point 100.24 feet north of said property line; an alley, to be known as "Robin Street," extending from the east property line of Division Street to the west property line of Franklin Street, as extended; a street to be known as "Cemetery Street," extending from the north property line of Vandevender Street to south property line of Harrison Street; an extension of Harrison Street from the present easterly terminus of the same to the east property line of Cemetery Street, if extended; and a widening of alley "G" from the north property line of Maxwell Street to a point 72.66 feet north of said property line
Ord. No. 418
6-19-1958
Vacating that portion of Washington Street in the Borough of Mount Union which lies between the north property line of Water Street and the south line of property owned by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company
Ord. No. 419
8-18-1958
Adopting an extension of Cemetery Street from the south property line of Vandevender Street to the north property line of Tyler Street
Ord. No. 430
8-8-1959
Authorizing and directing the construction of curbing on Washington Street between Shirley Street and Water Street
Ord. No. 433
12-8-1959
Adopting and opening extensions of East Garber Street, Greene Street from Halley Street to Market Street, an unnamed alley lying between Greene Street as extended and Silica Alley, and widening Greene Street between Market Street and Shirley Street in the Borough of Mount Union
Ord. No. 436
1-4-1960
Authorizing the construction of curbs along Greene and Garber Streets in the Borough of Mount Union
Ord. No. 440
6-6-1960
Vacating that portion of an unnamed alley lying east of Drake Street in the Borough of Mount Union, which extends from the southern property line of Chestnut Street to the northern property line of Vine Street
Ord. No. 441
7-19-1960
Vacating that portion of Gayton Street in the Borough of Mount Union, beginning at the eastern terminus of said street and extending westward for a distance of 50 feet
Ord. No. 453
5-1-1961
Authorizing and directing the construction of curbing on Walnut Street between Jefferson Street and Washington Street
Ord. No. 475
11-5-1962
Adopting and opening an extension of East Market Street and Park Street, between Market Street as extended and East Garber Street
Ord. No. 488
7-1-1963
Adopting and opening an extension of Jones Street, between Alley G and South Division Street
Ord. No. 489
8-5-1963
Adopting and widening an extension of East Market Street from Greene Street to Park Street, and Park Street between Greene Street and Garber Street
Ord. No. 513
2-2-1965
Vacating an unnamed ten-foot alley between and parallel to Jefferson and Washington Streets and extending from Pine Street to Maple Street and an unnamed ten-foot alley between and parallel to Jefferson and Division Streets and extending from Pine Street to River Road
Ord. No. 520
6-7-1965
Vacating a portion of Robin Street east of Division Street
Ord. No. 521
6-7-1965
Adopting and opening a ten-foot alley extending from Holly Street on the north to Sherman Street on the south
Ord. No. 537
2-7-1966
Vacating a portion of Pennsylvania Avenue east of Jefferson Street
Ord. No. 538
3-7-1966
Adopting and opening Pennsylvania Avenue from the eastern line of Jefferson Street for a distance of 100 feet
Ord. No. 540
5-2-1966
Vacating a portion of Robin Street east of Division Street
Ord. No. 551
5-1-1967
Authorizing and directing the construction of curbing on Chestnut Street between Jefferson Street and Division Street
Ord. No. 573
3-2-1970
For the naming of Silica Street
Ord. No. 600
6-2-1971
Authorizing and directing the construction of curbing on Milford Street between Division Street and Shaver Street
Ord. No. 610
7-5-1972
Vacating a portion of Lafayette Street north of Center Street
Ord. No. 618
10-4-1972
Adopting and opening an extension of Franklin Street from Robin Street to land of the Penn Central Transportation Company
Ord. No. 772
11-14-1977
Adopting Front Street between West Chestnut and West Grant Streets
Ord. No. 796
6-5-1978
Vacating a portion of Maple Street in the First Ward
Ord. No. 823
9-11-1978
Vacating a portion of Vine Street in the First Ward
Ord. No. 824
9-11-1978
Vacating a portion of Walnut Street in the First Ward
Ord. No. 825
9-11-1978
Vacating a portion of Filbert Street in the First Ward
Ord. No. 826
9-11-1978
Vacating a portion of Chestnut Street in the First Ward
Ord. No. 827
9-11-1978
Vacating a portion of Poplar Street in the First Ward
Ord. No. 830
10-9-1978
Vacating a portion of Vine Street in the First Ward
Ord. No. 831
10-9-1978
Vacating an unnamed sixteen-foot alley situated between Chestnut Street and Vine Street in the First Ward
Ord. No. 832
10-9-1978
Vacating an unnamed sixteen-foot alley situated between Sherman Street and Sheridan Street in the First Ward
Ord. No. 834
11-13-1978
Vacating an unnamed twenty-foot alley between West Grant Street and a previously vacated alley known as "Juniper Street" in the First Ward
Ord. No. 864
5-21-1979
Vacating a portion of Federal Drive in the Third Ward
Ord. No. 865
5-21-1979
Adopting Federal Drive in the Third Ward
Ord. No. 905
11-12-1979
Vacating an unnamed fifteen-foot alley located in the First Ward of the Borough of Mount Union between Pine and Kane Streets and running parallel to and being situated between Jefferson and Division Streets
Ord. No. 912
12-14-1979
Taking over, adopting and ordaining Chestnut Street east of Drake Street to lands of the Mount Union Area School District
Ord. No. 913
12-14-1979
Taking over, adopting and ordaining a triangular parcel of ground situate at the southeastern corner at the intersection of Walnut and Lawrence Streets as a public street of the Borough of Mount Union by laying out and opening same
Ord. No. 914
12-14-1979
Taking over, adopting and ordaining Front Street between West Maple Street and West Grant Street
Ord. No. 915
12-14-1979
Widening Vine Street between Drake Street and Shaver Street west of Drake Street
Ord. No. 916
12-14-1979
Widening Filbert Street between Washington Street and an unnamed street west of Washington Street
Ord. No. 917
12-14-1979
Taking over, adopting and ordaining Drake Street south from Vine Street to lands of Mount Union as a public street
Ord. No. 918
12-14-1979
Taking over, adopting and ordaining Walnut Street east of Drake Street between Drake Street and an unnamed street
Ord. No. 919
12-14-1979
Taking over, adopting and ordaining an unnamed street situated east of Drake Street between Pine Street and Walnut Street as a public street of the Borough of Mount Union by laying out and opening same and naming it "Industrial Drive"
Ord. No. 920
12-14-1979
Taking over, adopting and ordaining Pine Street east of an unnamed alley east of Drake Street
Ord. No. 921
12-14-1979
Taking over, adopting and ordaining a cul-de-sac at the north end of Division Street
Ord. No. 922
12-14-1979
Taking over, adopting and ordaining North Front Street between Sherman Street and Sheridan Street
Ord. No. 923
12-14-1979
Taking over, adopting and ordaining a portion of Grant Street west of Jefferson Street at the intersection of Grant Street with Front Street
Ord. No. 924
12-14-1979
Taking over, adopting and ordaining an unnamed street situated between West Filbert Street and West Poplar Street, west of Lawrence Street, as a public street of the Borough of Mount Union by laying out and opening the same and naming it "Jackson Street"
Ord. No. 977
12-21-1983
Vacating a portion of West Pennsylvania Avenue from the north side of the railroad tracks from Lafayette Street west to the Borough line
Ord. No. 982
4-9-1984
Vacating a portion of Tyler Street west of Washington Street in the second ward of the Borough
Ord. No. 1003
12-14-1987
Vacating a portion of Lafayette Street from the northern line of West Small Street northerly from West Small Street to the northern line of lands now or formerly of Jerry L. Shapiro
Ord. No. 1056
8-13-2001
Ordaining Moore Avenue as a public street of the Borough
Ord. No. 1061
8-4-2003
Ordaining multiple streets as streets of the Borough
Enactment
Date
Description
Ord. No. 27
12-3-1898
Authorizing the entering into an agreement between Daniel Rife of Duncannon, Pennsylvania, and his associates or such company as may be organized by them to be known as the "Mount Union Water Company of Mount Union Borough" for furnishing of water
Ord. No. 30
6-27-1900
Authorizing the entering into an agreement between Edgar B. Kay, associates or assigns and the Borough Council of the Borough of Mount Union for the furnishing of water
Ord. No. 71
4-1-1912
For the appropriation of Singer's Gap stream of water for the use of the citizens of Mount Union and the appropriation of the right-of-way through the lands through which the water will be piped to Mount Union and appointing a representative to contract with the owners of the land
Ord. No. 99
4-2-1918
Authorizing the Water Committee of Council of the Borough of Mount Union to enter into negotiations with the Mount Union Water Company for the purchase of the Mount Union plant, system, property, stock, rights and franchise and approving the action taken by said Committee looking towards the purchase of the said plant
Ord. No. 100
4-12-1918
Authorizing the Borough of Mount Union to purchase the Mount Union Water Company, providing for the issuing of bonds in the sum of $60,000
Ord. No. 105
8-6-1918
Authorizing the Water Committee of the Borough of Mount Union to enter into negotiations with the Mount Union Water Company for the purchase of the Mount Union Water Company
Ord. No. 106
8-10-1918
Authorizing the Borough of Mount Union to purchase from the Mount Union Water Company the plant, system, real and personal property, rights and franchises
Ord. No. 122
5-7-1920
Authorizing the condemnation of certain tracts of land in Shirley Township for the erection and extension of the Mount Union Borough Waterworks
Ord. No. 138
4-28-1924
Authorizing the acquisition of land by eminent domain proceedings for the purpose of extending the waterworks of the Borough of Mount Union, for securing additional water supply, for the prevention of contamination of the present water supply
Ord. No. 141
7-24-1924
Authorizing the acquisition of land by eminent domain proceedings for the purpose of extending the waterworks of the Borough of Mount Union, for the securing an additional water supply, for the prevention of contamination of the present water supply
Ord. No. 225
11-9-1937
Providing for extending the lien of the mortgage issued by the Mount Union Water Company and the bonds evidencing the indebtedness of said mortgage as issued by said company as of January 1, 1908, which mortgage and bonded indebtedness was assumed by the Borough of Mount Union when it purchased the waterworks from the Mount Union Water Company on April 1, 1918, which bonds and lien of mortgage expire January 1, 1938, and are matured at that time, same to be extended to January 1, 1958; rate of interest, issue of new coupons to be attached to old bonds, contract with trustee for bondholders for extending of lien of mortgage, anticipation of bonds, interest and interest periods
Ord. No. 244
10-25-1940
Authorizing the grant to the North American Refractories Company of the right to take and remove ganister rock from lands in Shirley and Cromwell Townships, with rights-of-way and right to construct and maintain an aerial tramway across or over said lands, in settlement and payment of damage claim, for the appropriation of said lands as a watershed, by condemnation proceedings
Ord. No. 454
5-1-1961
Approving and authorizing the execution of an agreement between the Borough of Mount Union and the Borough of Newton Hamilton and Newton Hamilton Borough Authority with respect to the sale of water by the Borough of Mount Union to the Borough of Newton Hamilton and Newton Hamilton Borough Authority
Ord. No. 625
11-15-1972
Amending Ord. No. 454 by providing for the execution of an amended agreement which permits the extension of the water distribution system owned and/or operated by the Borough of Newton Hamilton and Newton Hamilton Borough Authority
Ord. No. 1050
9-23-1999
Authorizing the acquisition of the water system and related facilities of the Mount Union Area Water Authority
Ord. No. 1051
9-23-1999
Authorizing and approving an acquisition agreement and the form thereof between the Borough and the Mount Union Municipal Authority with respect to certain water supply, transmission, distribution and treatment system facilities required for rendering water service in the Borough and portions of adjacent municipalities