Borough of Wyoming, PA
Luzerne County
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Ord./Res.
Date
Subject
Res. --/--/----
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Supporting any effort in Congress to continue general revenue sharing in the future years at the same funding level as before, and urge you fullest support and assistance in achieving this end
Res. --/--/----
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The Borough favorably endorses and supports the establishment and designation of a recreational trail known as the "Leadership Trail" within the Borough
Ord. 5/2/1906
5/2/1906
Fixing the salary of the Chief Burgess of the Borough
Ord. 6/6/1917B
6/6/1917
Authorizing the execution of a contract by the Borough through its principal officers for the oiling and resurfacing of Wyoming Avenue from the end of the present pavement to the Forty Fort Line
Ord. 4/3/1918A
4/3/1918
Fixing the salary of the Burgess of the Borough
Ord. 4/3/1918B
4/3/1918
Fixing the salary to be paid police officers of the Borough
Ord. 12/4/1918
12/4/1918
Authorizing the President and Secretary of the Town Council of the Borough to enter into an agreement with Zwarts for the purchase of a motor fire truck and apparatus
Ord. 10/6/1920
10/6/1920
Authorizing the purchase of a truck for Borough purposes
Res. 1/25/1921
1/25/1921
Application for County Aid to the Commissioners of Luzerne County
Ord. 3/16/1921
3/16/1921
Application for State Aid
Ord. 10/10/1923
10/10/1923
Authorizing the empowering the principal officers of the Borough to enter into an agreement with the American La France Fire Engine Company Inc. of Elmira NY for the purchase of standard open 75 triple combination pumping engine chemical engine for the sum of $13,000
Ord. 5/10/1926
5/10/1926
Fixing the salaries of the police force of the Borough and prescribing certain reports to be filed by policemen
Ord. 6/2/1926A
6/2/1926
Authorizing the directing the principal officers of the Borough to execute a contract with W.A. Williams for the purchase of calcium chloride
Ord. 4/6/1927
4/6/1927
Fixing the salaries to be paid to the various police officers
Ord. 5/16/1927
5/16/1927
Authorizing, empowering and directing the prescribed officers of the Borough to enter into a contract with W. A. Williams for the furnishing and applying of bituminous materials to the streets of the Borough and providing for the payment of the same
Ord. 5/15/1928
5/15/1928
Authorizing and empowering the principal officers of the Borough to enter into a contract with W.A. Williams for the furnishing and distributing of bituminous materials for use on the streets of the Borough
Ord. 12/11/1928
12/11/1928
Authorizing the purchase of a dump truck for street purposes from the Roy Stauffer Chevrolet Co.
Ord. 3/20/1929
3/20/1929
Authorizing and empowering the principal officers of the Borough to execute a contract with the Attica Signal Co. of Harrisburg, Pa for the installment of a fire alarm system in the Borough for the sum of $3,350
Res. 4/20/1932
4/20/1932
Purchasing a sufficient quantity of dust laying oil to be applied to and upon the surface of all streets and alleys located within the Borough
Ord. 1/9/1934
1/9/1934
Fixing and regulating the salaries and payment of salaries of the officers of the Borough
Ord. 4/1/1940
4/1/1940
Regulating the compensation and payment of compensation of certain Borough Officials
Ord. 1/15/1944
1/15/1944
Fixing compensation bonds and regulating the compensation of certain Borough Officials
Ord. 3/5/1945A
3/5/1945
John Masel is the duly elected collector of taxes for the Borough
Ord. 3/5/1945B
3/5/1945
Fixing the salary of the Tax Collector of the Borough
Ord. 2/4/1946A
2/4/1946
Fixing the compensation and bonds of certain Borough Officers and employees
Ord. 4/1/1946
4/1/1946
Declaring America La France Foamite Corp. the lowest responsible bidder for furnishing and delivering A. 800 feet beacon fire hose $1.10 per foot or $880; B. 18 Armotop firemen's helmets $8.50 each or $153; 18 Globe firemen's coats (lettered) $14.50 each or $261; 18 pair Storm King (L.J.) firemen's boots $9.50 per pair or $171, sizes to be designated; C. 2 Protepall gas masks with two extra canisters $42 or $84; four bass indian knapsack pump extinguishers (complete) $26 each, or $96 and six universal spanner wrenches $0.40 each or $2.40; making a total contract price of $1,647 and its bids are accepted
Ord. 7/24/1946
7/24/1946
Joseph Fitch and Sons of Pitston, Pa be and hereby is declared lowest responsible bidder for constructing and excavating a general storm sewer system on East 7th Street, Monument, Darrance and Dennison Avenues
Ord. 5/5/1947
5/5/1947
Accepting various responsible bidders
Ord. 3/22/1948A
3/22/1948
Resolving compensation shall be paid in semi-monthly installments to various employees and officers
Ord. 5/17/1948
5/17/1948
Accepting various lowest responsible bidders
Res. 6/22/1948
6/22/1948
Resolving that John Hartman be named and designated as President of Council, pro tem, until recovery and return of current President
Ord. 8/23/1948
8/23/1948
Hereby ordains that a sanitary sewer, manholes and necessary appliances and laterals be constructed Dennison (Susquehanna Avenue) Street between Tenth and Butler Streets
Ord. 9/15/1948
9/15/1948
Ordaining that Ward LaFrance Truck Corp of Elmira New York by its proposal to furnish and deliver one 750 gallon triple combination pump, hose and water tank fire truck fully equipped
Ord. 1/29/1949
1/29/1949
Effective February 1, 1949, compensation shall be paid in semi-monthly installments to various employees and officers
Ord. 12/10/1949
12/10/1949
Ordains that effective January 1, 1950, compensation to be paid Councilman in the Borough shall be $25 per month
Ord. 1/13/1950
1/13/1950
Repealing the ordinance granting compensation of $25 per month to Councilman of the Borough for attendance of at least one regular meeting of Councilman each month
Res. 3/6/1950
3/6/1950
That the Bond of the Borough Treasurer be fixed at $5,000 with bona fide surety company
Res. 7/3/1950
7/3/1950
Shall meet time each month in regular session
Res. 10/9/1950
10/9/1950
Authorizing purchase of Police Annuity Contracts
Res. 12/4/1950
12/4/1950
That the Police Pension Fund Committee shall be composed of the Burgess, President of Council, Secretary and Treasurer of the Borough and also the Chief of Police
Ord. 2/9/1951
2/9/1951
The Borough duly advertising for bids for the purchase of a 1 1/2 ton truck for use on the Borough streets
Ord. 4/16/1951
4/16/1951
That effective April 15, 1951, that the wages of all street employees shall be at the rate of $0.75 per hour and shall be payable semi-monthly upon certification by the Street Commissioner to the Secretary of this number of hours actually worked by the employee
Res. 4/16/1951
4/16/1951
That the only person to have access to the Safety Deposit Box #259 at the First National Bank of Wyoming shall be Mrs. Cora Simmons, Borough Secretary and/or William Boyd, Borough Treasurer
Ord. 5/7/1951
5/7/1951
That the bid of Barker Motor Car Co. for the furnishing of a police cruiser automobile as per specifications set forth in advertisement for bid be accepted at its bid of $1,531
Res. 6/5/1951
6/5/1951
Release, discharge and exonerate John E. Piatt, Borough Tax Collector from any further liability on the collection of Borough taxes for the year 1950
Ord. 7/26/1951
7/26/1951
That H.B. Spasul Construction Co. be awarded this contract at its bid of $0.16 1/2 per gallon for furnishing and applying dust laying oil to the dirt streets in the Borough
Res. 9/17/1951
9/17/1951
That the name of Hicks Lane be changed and designated as "Perkins Lane"
Res. 12/28/1951
12/28/1951
Resolving that all moneys received from Amusement Tax which was heretofore set up under ordinance deposited to the credit of Fire Equipment Sinking Fund be and is hereby to be deposited to the credit of the 1950 Sewer Sinking Fund
Res. 1/7/1952A
1/7/1952
Resolving that all Borough employees and other subject to payment by ordinance and all wages due laborers for work be paid every 2 weeks upon certification by the Street Commissioner
Res. 1/7/1952B
1/7/1952
Resolving that the First National Bank of Wyoming be and is hereby made the treasure of the Borough Funds belonging to the Borough
Res. 1/7/1952C
1/7/1952
Resolving that the bond of the Borough Treasurer be and is hereby fixed at the sum of $5,000
Res. 1/7/1952D
1/7/1952
Resolving that the regular meeting of Council be and the same is hereby fixed as of the First Friday of each and every month at 7:30 p.m. unless changed by subsequent motion or resolution
Res. 3/7/1952
3/7/1952
Authorizing release of Police Annuity Contract
Res. 4/13/1952
4/13/1952
Adoption of Planning Commission
Res. 6/6/1952A
6/6/1952
Accepting the bid of H.B. Sproul Construction Company for the furnishing and distributing and applying road oil on the streets of the Borough at its bid of $4,858.175 per gallon and the furnishing of road oil
Res. 6/6/1952B
6/6/1952
Accepting the bid of "Airport Sand & Gravel Company" for the furnishing, distributing and spreading cursed stone or gravel on the streets of the Borough at its bid of $2 per ton
Res. 9/24/1952
9/24/1952
For rent control
Res. 12/29/1952
12/29/1952
Transfer of balances
Res. 5/1/1953A
5/1/1953
Resolving that the bid of Sproul Construction Company be accepted and the contract be awarded to them for furnishing oil to the Borough at its pared of $0.19 per gallon
Res. 5/1/1653B
5/1/1953
Resolving that the proper authorities be authorized to rent the county machines for the purpose of scraping, rolling and marking the streets of the Borough
Res. 6/5/1953
6/5/1953
Release, discharge and exonerate John E. Piatt, Borough Tax Collector from any further liability on the collection of Borough taxes for the year 1952
Res. 12/29/1953
12/29/1953
Transfer of balances
Res. 1/15/1954
1/15/1954
Resolving that this resolution be spread on the minutes of the Borough as a permanent testimonial to John Lawson and that a copy of the same be forwarded to John Lawson
Res. 2/5/1954A
2/5/1954
Resolving that all special officers be paid monthly upon approval of their time by the Burgess and Financial Commission of the Borough
Res. 2/5/1954B
2/5/1954
Resolving that the proper authorities be authorized to rent the county machines for the purpose of scraping, rolling and marking the streets of the Borough
Res. 2/5/1954C
2/5/1954
Resolving that all moneys received from pinball machines and jukebox license, which was hereafter set up under ordinance deposited to be credit of the general fund be and is hereby to be deposited to the credit of the 1950 Sewer Sinking Fund
Res. 4/2/1954
4/2/1954
Making application to the Department of Highways, for approval to expend $1,414
Res. 6/4/1954
6/4/1954
Release, discharge and exonerate John E. Piatt, Borough Tax Collector from any further liability on the collection of Borough taxes for the year 1953
Res. 7/2/1954
7/2/1954
Congratulating William Boyd and his wife on their 50th Wedding Anniversary
Res. 8/6/1954
8/6/1954
Resolving that the sum of $426.29 be transferred from emergency fund to budget item 412 construction of surface drainage and a like amount of matching funds to budget item 1557 construction for surface drainage
Res. 12/27/1954
12/27/1954
Authorizing that the following first be transferred from the emergency to the items in budget during the fiscal year, from emergency fund to following pages; 11-E-2, 12-B, 13D, 13E, 21-C.2, 21-C-3, 21-B-3, 3?, 41-M-2, 91B, 91C, 32-D-1, 32-D-3
Ord. 3/28/1955
3/28/1955
Hereby ordains that the General Fire Truck Co. of Detroit, Michigan, by its proposal to furnish and deliver one Two Star General Model 90-C equipment with 500 G.P.M. Series
Res. 4/1/1955B
4/1/1955
Resolving that the proper authorities be authorized to rent the county machines for its purpose of scraping, rolling and marking the streets of the Borough
Res. 6/3/1955
6/3/1955
Resolving that the sum of $375 be transferred from Emergency Fund to budget item 41d constructions of surface drainage, and a like amount of matching funds to budget item 1557 construction for surface drainage
Ord. 7/15/1955
7/15/1955
Resolving that it is considered opinion of the Borough that the extension of the Social Security System to the employees or officers of the Town
Res. 8/5/1955A
8/5/1955
Authorizing delegate to all meetings held by the Valley Organizations for the protection of the citizens against mine care's and tract
Res. 8/5/1955B
8/5/1955
Resolving that the sum of $292.65 more or less so to what would be needed be transferred from the General Fund to 1946 Storm Sewer Sinking Fund by Sept. 1, 1955 when payment was due on said fund
Res. 9/23/1955
9/23/1955
Authorizing to make application to the Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, 23rd and Maryland Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland for financial assistance for debris removal carried by flood water dated August 18, 1955
Res. 12/29/1955
12/29/1955
Transferring of funds from the Emergency Fund to the items in Budget
Res. 1/6/1956A
1/6/1956
Resolving that the bond of the Borough Treasurer be and is hereby fixed at the sum of $5,000
Res. 1/6/1956B
1/6/1956
Resolving that all Borough employees and others subject to payment by ordinance and all wages due for work be paid every 2 weeks upon certification by the Street Commissioner
Res. 1/6/1956C
1/6/1956
Resolving that the regular meeting of Council be and the same is hereby fixed as of the first Friday of each and every month at 7:00 p.m.
Res. 1/6/1956D
1/6/1956
Resolving that the First National Bank of Wyoming be and is hereby made the Treasurer of all Borough funds belonging to the Borough
Res. 1/12/1956
1/12/1956
Resolving that the compensation of various Officials of the Borough and Borough employees for the faithful performance of their respective duties
Res. 3/7/1956
3/7/1956
Authorizing purchase of Police annuity controls
Res. 8/3/1956
8/3/1956
Furnishing, distributing and spreading of crushed stone on ground on the streets of the Borough
Res. 12/28/1956
12/28/1956
Resolving that various funds be transferred from the Emergency Fund
Res. 12/27/1957
12/27/1957
Transferring funds to other pages
Res. 8/30/1957A
8/30/1957
Resolving that we the Council of the Borough do hereby publicly and respectfully pay tribute to a great man and citizen, the late William R. Boyd, Treasurer of the Borough
Res. 8/30/1957B
8/30/1957
Resolving that John Shulde be appointed Treasurer in the Borough for the unexpired term of the late William R. Boyd
Res. 5/2/1958
5/2/1958
Requesting the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, through its Department of Forests and Waters and for its State Highway Department and/or any other appropriate department, immediately take action to initiate a project, to be financed either by state or federal funds
Res. 5/16/1958
5/16/1958
Accepting the bid of Construction Company for black top paving 870 square yards, more or less on the various intersection of the Borough
Res. 6/6/1958
6/6/1958
Accepting the bid of Construction Company for the furnishing and distributing and applying road oil on the streets of the Borough
Res. 8/3/1958
8/3/1958
Accepting the bid of H.B. Sproul Construction Company for the furnishing and distributing and applying road oil on the streets of the Borough
Res. 1/16/1959
1/16/1959
Filing formal protest with the Public Water Commission against the proposed increase of rates by the Scranton Spring Water Company
Res. 3/5/1959B
3/5/1959
Resolving that the balance of $3,295.95 in the Police Pension Fund in the Borough account be and is hereby to be deposited on to the account of the Police Pension Fund of the Borough set up by the Police Pension Fund Committee
Res. 1/8/1960
1/8/1960
Appointing Harold Davis, the appointed Auditor, to fill the unexpired term of John Hughes
Res. 8/4/1960
8/4/1960
Approves the designation of Luzerne County Tourist Promotion Agency as the Tourist Promotion Agency to represent the County of Luzerne in all matters relevant to and for all purposes of the Tourist Law
Res. 10/20/1960
10/20/1960
Sponsoring project of the Department of Forest and Water plans for a proposed channel rectification
Res. 2/17/1961
2/17/1961
Giving its approval to and endorsement of the Depressed Area Bill submitted by Congressman William Scranton and urges that it be passed
Res. 5/5/1961
5/5/1961
Commending Commander Allen V. Shepherd, Jr. for his brave effort
Res. 8/4/1961
8/4/1961
Approving the designation of Luzerne County Tourist Promotion Agency act as the Tourist Promotion Agency to represent the county in all matters relevant to the Tourist Law
Res. 10/6/1961
10/6/1961
Mutual Aid
Res. 5/18/1962
5/18/1962
Clean Streams Project
Ord. 8/6/1965
8/6/1965
Awarding Contract for road materials
Res. 1/7/1966
1/7/1966
That the members of the 161st Aviation Company of the United States Military Forces now stationed in Vietnam under the command of Major Michael B. Thomas, a native of this community, be and they are hereby appointed as honorary citizens of this Borough
Ord. 1966-4
3/4/1966
Fixing compensation and wages of officers and employees
Ord. 1966-8
5/6/1966
Awarding a contract for road materials
Ord. 1966-9
6/24/1966
To join the West Side Landfill Authority
Ord. 1966-10
8/5/1966
Awarding a contract for the collecting, transporting and disposing of garbage, ashes and rubbish
Ord. 2/20/1967A
2/20/1967
Accepting bid for police car
Res. 1967-4
7/10/1967
Relieving the Borough of all liability upon payment of $510 which represents the proportionate amount of the advance relating to the public work construction
Ord. 1968-2
1/5/1968
Fixing wages and salaries in the Borough
Ord. 1968-3
--/--/1968
Providing for retirement benefits for Paul Allegrucci
Ord. 1968-4
5/21/1968
Awarding contract for road materials
Res. 1968-6
7/5/1968
Signifying its intention and desire to join with communities in implementing a centralized emergency communication system
Ord. 1968-7
10/10/1968
Awarding a contract for the collecting, disposing and disposing of garbage, ashes and rubbish
Ord. 1969-1
1/3/1969
Fixing wages and salaries of employees and councilmen
Ord. 1969-2
1/10/1969
Authorizing purchase of truck
Ord. 8/18/1970
8/18/1970
Awarding a contract for the collecting, transporting and disposing of garbage, ashes and rubbish
Ord. 1970-10
11/6/1970
Awarding a contract for signal light installation
Ord. 1971-1
1/8/1971
Fixing salaries and wages
Ord. 1971-4
3/8/1971
Accepting bids for gas and oil to be furnished to the Borough
Ord. 1971-7
6/14/1971
Excepting bids for road materials
Res. 1971-8
7/15/1971
That the Borough will act as the sponsor of a program of the teachers of the Wyoming Area School District
Ord. 1971-11
8/9/1971
To purchase materials, supplies and equipment from purchase contracts entered into by the Pennsylvania Department of Property and Supplies
Ord. 1971-12
8/16/1971
Accepting bid for dump truck
Ord. 1971-13
8/11/1971
Accepting bids for street improvements and awarding contract
Ord. 1971-15
11/8/1971
Accepting bid for dump truck
Ord. 1971-16
11/10/1971
Accepting bids for purchase of police cruiser
Ord. 1972-1
2/2/1972
Fixing wages for employees
Ord. 1972-3
4/5/1972
Accepting bids for gas and oil to be furnished to the Borough
Ord. 1972-4
5/3/1972
Accepting bid and awarding contract for road material
Res. 1972-4
8/16/1972
To enter into an agreement with the Department of Environmental Resources in the Borough of West Wyoming for flood control of Abrahams Creek
Res. 1972-6
9/6/1972
Authorizing the Engineer, Reilly Associates, Pittston, PA to make surveys specifications and contract documents for repairs to damaged streets, storm drains and related work
Ord. 1972-5
10/9/1972
Awarding the contract for rubbish removal
Ord. 1972-7
10/13/1972
Accepting bids and awarding contract for paving Swetland Lane
Ord. 1972-9
11/8/1972
Accepting bids for winter sealing of mobile homes
Ord. 1973-1
1/3/1973
Fixing salaries and wages of employees
Ord. 1973-4
4/4/1973
Accepting bids for gasoline and oil
Ord. 1973-6
5/25/1973
Accepting bid and awarding contract for street improvement under EDA Project No. 01-11-01024.70
Ord. 1973-11
8/1/1973
Establishing a Police Pension Fund, prescribing rights of and charges against beneficiaries therein, and providing for rules and regulations for the administration thereof
Ord. 1974-1
1/9/1974
Fixing compensations
Res. 1/9/1974
1/9/1974
To borrow money from time to time in the fiscal year 1974 in anticipation of the receipt of current revenue
Ord. 1974-6
2/28/1974
Accepting bids for fire trucks
Ord. 1974-7
3/22/1974
Awarding contract for purchase of a police cruiser
Res. 1974-14
8/12/1974
Authorizing participation in a code enforcement program sponsored by the West Side Council of Governments to submit an application for financial assistance to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and further stating the amount of said application
Ord. 1974-16
10/14/1974
Awarding a contract for the collecting, transporting and disposition of garbage, ashes and rubbish
Res. 1977-8
4/11/1977
Accepting the program as submitted by the Lipiec Insurance Agency as the Life Insurance Program of the Police Pension Plan for the Borough
Ord. 1977-3
6/13/1977
Fixing compensation
Ord. 1978-2
1/9/1978
Fixing compensation
Ord. 1979
1/8/1979
Fixing compensation
Ord. 7/13/1981
7/13/1981
Authorizing the Borough to participate as a settlor of the Pa Government Investment Trust
Res. 10/11/1982
10/11/1982
Adopting and incorporating in entirety, the Earned Income and Net Profits Tax Regulations as promulgated by Berkheimer Associates, a division of H.A. Berkheimer Incorporated
Res. 1/10/1983A
1/10/1983
In support of early re-enactment of the Federal General Revenue Sharing Program
Res. 1/10/1983B
1/10/1983
Salary Resolution
Res. 8/8/1983
8/8/1983
Authorizing the lending of UDAG funds in a total amount of not more than $121,475, for the rehabilitation, new construction and acquisition of capital equipment
Res. 1/3/1984
1/3/1984
Salary Resolution
Res. 2/13/1984
2/13/1984
Resolving that the Wyoming Borough Crime Watch Organization is hereby petitioning this document as formalizing the approval and sanction of Wyoming Borough Council and its Chief of Police, permitting our operation within the community to organize the residents in a workable Crime Watch Program
Res. 4/30/1984
4/30/1984
Authorized Officials Resolution
Res. 9/24/1974
9/24/1974
Resolution of Agreement
Ord. 10/8/1984
10/8/1984
Providing for the adoption of a Pension Plan for the full-time uniformed employees of the Borough
Res. 12/17/1984
12/17/1984
Salary Resolution
Res. 2/11/1985
2/11/1985
Urging the President and the Pennsylvania Senators and Congressman to reinsert Federal Revenue Sharing Funding in the 1985-1986 Federal Budget at its fully authorized funding level
Res. 4/8/1985
4/8/1985
Authorizing Officials Resolution
Res. 8/12/1985
8/12/1985
Grant Offer Acceptance Resolution
Res. 12/9/1985
12/9/1985
Salary Resolution
Res. 5/6/1986
5/6/1986
Establishing at the First National Bank of Wyoming a separate checking account and savings account to be know as Wyoming Borough Sewer Fund
Res. 11/10/1986
11/10/1986
Recreational Improvement and Rehabilitation Act (RIRA) Program Resolution
Res. 12/18/1986B
12/18/1986
Salary Resolution for various officers and employees of the Borough
Res. 3/9/1987A
3/9/1987
Resolving that the position of Assistant Borough Secretary is hereby created
Res. 3/9/1987B
3/9/1987
Amending various salaries
Res. 3/9/1987C
3/9/1987
Determining it to be in the best interest of the Borough to adopt a resolution appointing as Administrative Officer for the Wyoming Borough Police Pension Fund
Res. 11/9/1987
11/9/1987
Resolving that based upon the actuarial valuation completed by Robert J. Kuss & Associates, Inc., for the Borough of Wyoming Police Pension Plan, that mandatory participant contributions for the period of January 1, 1988 to December 31, 1988 may be waived
Res. 11/25/1987
11/25/1987
Mr. Vincent Ciccone, 37 Breese Street, Wyoming, Pa, be hereby appointed to fill the unexpired term of Mr. Allegrucci until the first Monday of 1990
Res. 12/17/1987A
12/17/1987
Authorizing the appropriate Officials of the Borough to obtain a Tax Anticipation Loan for fiscal year 1988, from the First National Bank of Wyoming
Res. 12/17/1987B
12/17/1987
Salary Resolution
Res. 11/14/1988
11/14/1988
Based upon the actuarial valuation completed by Robert J. Kuse & Associates, Inc., for the Borough of Wyoming Police Pension Plan, that mandatory participant contributions for the period of January 1, 1989 to December 31, 1989 may be waived
Res. 12/19/1988A
12/19/1988
Salary Resolution
Res. 2/13/1989
2/13/1989
Requesting the Luzerne County Board of Election to place a referendum on the May 16, 1989, Municipal Primary Ballot for the voters of the Borough
Res. 3/13/1989
3/13/1989
Approving the designation of Luzerne County Industrial Development Committee C/O The Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber of Commerce as the Industrial Development Agency to represent the County of Luzerne in all matters relevant to and for all purposes of the Industrial Development Assistance Law
Res. 10/9/1989
10/9/1989
Approving and adopting and placing into immediate effect the Emergency Operations Plan of the Borough
Res. 11/13/1989
11/13/1989
Based upon the actuarial valuation completed by M.M.C. & P. Inc., consultants for the Borough of Wyoming Police Pension Plan, that mandatory participation contributions for the period of January 1, 1990 to December 31, 1990 will be waived
Res. 12/18/1989
12/18/1989
Salary Resolution
Res. 2/12/1990A
2/12/1990
Urging local Legislators to support the passage of House Bill 1175 to allow the Attorney General to investigate matters of environmental concerns, without referral from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources
Res. 2/12/1990B
2/12/1990
Urging Blythe Evans, Solicitor for the West Side Landfill Authority to resign his position with the Authority
Res. 7/9/1990
7/9/1990
Declaring July 9, 1990 Franceen Pisano Day in the Borough
Res. 8/20/1990
8/20/1990
Declaring August 20, 1990 Zoe Stout Day in the Borough
Res. 8/27/1990
8/27/1990
Declaring August 27, 1990 Clinton (Pat) Spiegel Day in the Borough
Res. 11/3/1990
11/3/1990
Declaring Saturday, November 3, 1990 as George Weaver Day in the Borough
Res. 12/17/1990A
12/17/1990
Salary Resolution for various officers and employees of the Borough
Res. 12/17/1990B
12/17/1990
That based upon the actuarial valuation completed by M.M.C. & P., Inc. Consultants for the Borough of Wyoming Police Pension Plan that mandatory participation contributions for the period of January 1, 1991 to December 31, 1991 will be waived
Res. 5/13/1991
5/13/1991
Opposing a 50% increase on water rates
Res. 10/21/1991
10/21/1991
Approving the submission of an Act 101 Recycling Grant to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources for a cooperative yard waste composting program with the municipality of Kingston and the Borough of Forty Fort
Res. 11/11/1991
11/11/1991
That based upon the actuarial valuation completed by M.M.C. & P., Inc. Consultants for the Borough of Wyoming Police Pension Plan, that mandatory participation contributions for the period of January 1, 1992 to December 31, 1992 will be waived
Res. 12/9/1991
12/9/1991
Salary Resolution
Res. 2/10/1992A
2/10/1992
Urging all Municipal Departments, associated Municipal Authorities and related Municipal Entities to purchase American Made Products to the greatest extent possible
Res. 2/10/1992B
2/10/1992
Passing and approving to sign and agree to Penna. Dept. of Trans. maintenance contract for Traffic Signals to be installed on Route 11, in the area of the Midway Shopping Center
Res. 2/10/1992C
2/10/1992
Amendment to the Salary Resolution
Ord. 2/10/1992D
2/10/1992
Declaring that Wyoming Borough Council proclaim March 8th, through March 14, 1992, as Girl Scouting's 80th Birthday Week in the Borough, to be celebrated locally by Penn's Woods Girl Scout Council
Res. 5/10/1993
5/10/1993
Awarding a contract for yard waste composting equipment to be purchased thorough a PA. D.E.R. Act 101 Grant
Res. 7/8/1996
7/8/1996
Expressing its approval of the creation of the Luzerne County Tourist Promotion Agency, a single, intra-County Tourist Promotion Agency
Ord. 3
8/12/1996
An agreement by and between the Municipalities/Borough and the West Side Mutual Aid Association corporations duly existing under laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and having an address of 500 Wyoming Avenue, Kingston, Pa 18704
Ord. 5
12/12/1996
Providing for the establishment and regulation of a pension plan for the full-time non-uniformed employees of the Borough
Res. 6/9/1997
6/9/1997
Designating the intention of the Borough to allow the erection of banners over state highways
Res. 7/14/1997
7/14/1997
Amending a Salary Resolution
Res. 5/11/1998A
5/11/1998
That the resolution passed and approved by the Borough Council on January 13, 1997 regarding the compensation for the Tax Collector is void and of no legal force or effect pursuant to the provisions and requirements of 72 Pa.C.S.A. § 5511.36a and the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Res. 5/11/1998B
5/11/1998
To participate in a Luzerne County Criminal Intelligence and Analysis Support Unit Operated by the Luzerne County Sheriff's Office
Res. 6/8/1998
6/8/1998
That Joseph Scrobola, Councilman is hereby authorized to execute for and in behalf of the Borough
Res. 10/11/1999
10/11/1999
Establishing the Borough's Y2K Action Plan
Res. 5/8/2000
5/8/2000
The transfer of the Uniform Pension Plan from Trollinger Consulting Group, 1132 Hamilton Street, Suite 212, Allentown, Pennsylvania to LPL Financial Services, 100 Commerce Boulevard, Suite 201, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania is hereby ratified
Res. 10/23/2000
10/23/2000
Authorizing Exeter Borough Chairman Council to sign the "Signature Page for Grant Application and Grant Agreement" on behalf of the applicant
Res. 6/11/2001
6/11/2001
Officially confirms its position that the Borough is not obligated to provide office space to the Borough Tax Collector
Res. 160
11/12/2001
Supersedes previous Wyoming Borough Plans developed for response to a major emergency or disaster
Res. 161
11/12/2001
Requesting permission to participate in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Cooperative Purchasing Program
Res. 162
4/8/2002
Police Pension Plan
Res. 166
10/7/2002
Police Pension Plan
Res. 183
12/9/2002
Authorizing, empowering and directing the proper officers of the Borough Council to execute an agreement with Don Wilkinson Agency, Inc. (DWA) whereunder DWA is retained as the exclusive tax officer for the collection, administration, receipt and enforcement of the provisions of the respective ordinances of the Borough Council levying and assessing the Earned Income and Occupational Privilege Taxes for a term commencing on the 1st Day of January, 2003, and ending on the 31st day of December 2008 together with such extensions as may be agreed upon
Res. 186
5/12/2003
Approving, adopting and placing into immediate effect the Emergency Operations Plan of the Borough
Res. 187
7/14/2003
Entering into an agreement with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania through the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) jointly with the Boroughs of Exeter, Wyoming, West Wyoming and West Pittston for a grant to develop an organizational structure for the management and operation of the West Side Trail
Res. 188
7/14/2003
Authorizing to donate unclaimed bicycles to nonprofit agencies from time to time throughout the year as deemed appropriate by the Chief of Police and approved by the Administration
Res. 189
2/9/2004
Police Pension Plan
Res. 2004-199
--/--/2004
Providing for the retirement of Chief of Police John Gilligan
Ord. 2/16/2004
2/16/2004
Establishing a Police Pension Fund, prescribing rights of and charges against beneficiaries therein, and providing for rules and regulations for the administration thereof
Res. 203
10/11/2004
Police Pension Plan
Res. 12/13/2004
12/13/2004
The execution of the 2005 Sanitation Contract with United Sanitation, 83 Foot Avenue, Duryea, Pennsylvania is hereby ratified
Res. 10/10/2005
10/10/2005
Desiring to undertake the West Side Trail Phase 1B project
Res. 2006-
--/--/2006
Approving the application of Bo Brothers, LLC for the proposed Intermunicipal Transfer of a Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Restaurant License R-15208, LID 50913 to premises at 2004 Wyoming Avenue
Res. 213
5/8/2006
Appointing Mayor Robert J. Boyer and Council member Scaltz to the Regional Police Study Committee and hereby authorizing the Borough to participate in the Regional Police Feasibility Study
Agt. 5/8/2006
5/8/2006
Luzerne County Fire Service Terrorism Task Force Agreement of Cooperation
Res. 227
12/11/2006
Police Pension Plan
Res. 231
10/9/2007
Police Pension Plan
Res. 2007-240
--/--/2007
Providing for the retirement of Officer Alex Burda
Ord. 11/13/2007
11/13/2007
Amending the ordinance establishing a Police Pension Fund, prescribing rights of and charges against beneficiaries therein, and providing for rules and regulations for the administration thereof
Res. 3/11/2008
3/11/2008
That Exeter Borough is authorized to act as lead municipality for the consortium of municipalities requesting the PA Recycling Technical Assistance Application
Res. 253
4/8/2008
Abrahams Creek Watershed Assessment Grant
Res. 254
4/8/2008
Authorizing West Wyoming to act as lead municipality for the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Community Conservation Partnership Program Grant and Transportation Enhancement (TE) Safe Routes to School Grant for the West Side Trail
Res. 255
5/13/2008
Authorizing Exeter Borough to act as lead municipality for the consortium of municipalities requesting the Act 101, § 902, Municipal Recycling Program Grant
Res. 2011-1
1/--/2011
Adopting the Wyoming Borough Policy & Procedure for the administration, processing and procurement of the Municipal Pension Services Contracts
Ord. 1-2013
10/8/2013
Authorizing an intergovernmental cooperation agreement with the City of Pittston relating to Code Enforcement
Ord. 2-2013
7/9/2013
Adopting the Articles of Agreement among the members municipalities of the west side and surrounding areas in accordance with the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation Law, Act 177 of 1996, previously adopted as Act 180 of 1972
Ord. 2-2015
5/12/2015
Amending an ordinance of the Wyoming Borough establishing a police pension fund prescribing rights and charges against beneficiaries therein and providing for rules and regulation for the administration thereof
Ord. 3-2017
8/14/2017
Approving the agreement and participation of the Wyoming Borough Police Department with the Luzerne County Drug Task Force (LCDTF)
Ord. 4-2017
11/13/2017
Amending an ordinance of establishing a Police Pension Fund, prescribing rights and charges against beneficiaries therein and providing for rules and regulation for the administration thereof