Township of Douglass, PA
Berks County
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Ord./Res.
Date
Subject
Res. 12/28/1966
12/28/1966
Designating Earned Income Tax Collector to be Harry Moyer
Res. 12/28/1966
12/28/1966
Notice to all employees to use provisions defined in Ord. 11, § 4
Ord. 1980-3
9/24/1980
Establishing a Municipal Police Pension Fund
Ord. 1983-3
10/26/1983
Amending Ord. 1980-3, establishing a Police Pension Fund
Ord. 1985-3
12/30/1985
Establishing a Municipal Police Pension Fund
Ord. 1985-4
12/30/1985
Setting compensation of Township Supervisors elected or appointed to office after November 1, 1985, in accordance with the provisions of Act 68 of 1985
Ord. 1992-2
4/22/1992
Electing to enroll in the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System under Article IV of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law
Ord. 1992-3
5/13/1992
Authorizing execution of an intergovernmental cooperation agreement with Colebrookdale Township whereby Colebrookdale Township agrees to provide police protection for Douglass Township
Ord. 1995-5
12/27/1995
Increasing the compensation of Township Supervisors pursuant to Act 60 of 1995
Ord. 2000-2
3/22/2000
Authorizing joining with other political subdivisions as a member of the Berks County Municipal Insurance Purchasing Group
Ord. 2002-1
8/14/2002
Authorizing an agreement with Berks County and other political subdivisions within the county to provide reciprocal emergency assistance by and between the parties thereto
Ord. 2004-3
6/29/2004
Adopting the Douglass Employees Defined Benefits Plan originally effective January 1, 1980, as amended and restated effective January 1, 2004
Ord. 2004-4
6/29/2004
Amending the Employees Defined Benefit Plan originally effective January 1, 1980, as amended and restated effective January 1, 2004, to comply with Rev. Ruling 2001-62, Rev. Ruling 2002-27, and the final regulations issued under IRC § 401(A)(9)
Ord. 2004-6
8/3/2004
Electing to change police pension benefits in the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System under Article IV of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law
Ord. 2006-4
4/19/2006
Entering into an intergovernmental agreement with other participating municipalities to establish the Berks County Uniform Construction Code Board of Appeals in cooperation with the County of Berks
Ord. 2006-9
10/3/2006
Joining with other local government units as a settlor of the Pennsylvania Local Government Trust for the purpose of purchasing shares of the trust
Ord. 2006-10
10/3/2006
Electing to change the police pension benefits in the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System under Article IV of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law
Ord. 2007-1
2/6/2007
Adopting the Township Employees Defined Benefits Plan
Ord. 2008-5
9/2/2008
Electing to change the police pension benefits in the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System under Article IV of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law
Ord. 2010-01
9/13/2010
Electing to change the police pension benefits in the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System under Article IV of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law; agreeing to be bound by all provisions of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law as amended and as applicable to member municipalities changing benefits under the provisions of this article; stating which of certain options permitted under the said law are accepted by the Township
Ord. 2012-02
5/14/2012
Electing to amend its Police Pension Plan administered by the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System pursuant to Article IV of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law; agreeing to be bound by all provisions of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law as amended and as applicable to member municipalities
Ord. 2013-04
7/8/2013
Electing to amend its Police Pension Plan administered by the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System pursuant to Article IV of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law; agreeing to be bound by all provisions of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law as amended and as applicable to member municipalities
Ord. No. 2015-02
5/11/2015
Electing to amend its Police Pension Plan administered by the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System pursuant to Article IV of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law; agreeing to be bound by all provisions of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law as amended and as applicable to member municipalities