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 Ordinances and Resolutions

 

All ordinances and resolutions are available for public review at the township office. Please call to set up an appointment.

Ordinance 83-3 has been replaced with Ordinance 03-3 "The International Building Code of Center Twp."

Ordinance 03-2 has been passed "Joining the Central Keystone Council Of Governments."

 CENTER TOWNSHIP BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

ORDINANCE LIST

 

 

20-2                 ESTABLISHING A FIRE INSURANCE ESCROW IN ACCORDANCE                   WITH FIRE INSURANCE ESCROW ACT, ACT 93 OF 1994

20-1                 AMENDING NON-UNIFORM PENSION PLAN ADMINISTERED BY

                        PENNSYLVANIA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT SYSTEM

18-1                 AMENDING ITS FLOOD PLAIN ORD. NO. 2007-1 TO REDUCE          

                        FRONT YARD SET BACK.

15-1                 AUTHORIZING PARTICIPATION IN THE PSATS UC GROUP         

                        TRUST

15-2                 AUTHORIZING PARTICIPATION IN THE HEALTH INSURANCE

                        TRUST

14-2                 ELECTING TO AMEND MUNICIPAL PENSION PLAN

14-1                 CREATING AN ADVISORY RECREATION BOARD

13-1                 AMENDING IT’S FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT ORDINANCE 07-1

11-1                 REGULATING BURNING WITHIN CENTER TOWNSHIP

12-1                 CURRENT EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL PROPERTY

                        MAINTENANCE CODE

12-2                 REGULATING TRAFFIC IN CENTER TOWNSHIP             

08-2                 JUNK YARD ORDINANCE

08-1                 DRIVEWAY PERMIT ORDINANCE

07-1                 FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCE

06-1               AMENDING ORDINANCE 05-1

05-1                 ENGINE SUPPRESSION/BRAKE RETARDER ORD.

04-3                 TRAFFIC REGULATIONS/SPEED LIMIT SIGNS FOR SHAMBACH & SALEM CHURCH ROADS

04-2                 ENFORCE STRUCTURE/PROPERTY ADDRESS NUMBERING & PRIVATE STREET NAME SIGNAGE

04-1                 UNIFORM CONSTRUCTION CODE

03-3                 THE INTERNATION BUILDING CODE OF CENTER TWP.

03-2                 JOINING THE CENTRAL KEYSTONE COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS

03-1                 REPEALING ORD. 98-1 (STANDARD MOBILE HOMES)

02-1                 REPEALING ORD. 97-1 (INCREASING EMPLOYEE CONT. TO 15%)

99-2                 ORD. AMENDING ORD. 94-1 (ADDING PRIVIES)

99-1                 ORD. ESTABLISHING SPEED LIMIT OF 25 MILES/HR ON WALNUT ST. IN PENNS CREEK

99-1A              ORD. READOPTING ORD. 99-1

98-1                 ORD. FOR MOBILE HOME PARKS IN CENTER TWP.

97-1                 ORD. TO JOIN THE PA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT SYSTEM

94-1                 REVISED HOLDING TANK ORD. (REPLACES ORD. 74-2)

89-1                 ABANDONED AUTO

88-3                 PENNS CREEK WATER HOOKUP

88-2                 FLOOD PLAIN AMENDED ORD. 83-3

87-1                 REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX

86-2                 PENNS CREEK SANITARY SEWER

86-1                 GO-KARTS, DRAG STRIPS, ETC.

85-1                 WALNUT STREET SPEED LIMIT

83-3                 BUILDING PERMITS

83-2                 REPEALING ORD. 82-2

83-1                 BOCA PERMITS

82-2                 BOCA CODE

82-1                 PARKING VEHICLES ON TWP. ROADS

81-3                 PEDDLER LICENSE

81-2                 RECREATION VEHICLES

81-1                 REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX

80-5                 NUISANCE, GARBAGE, ETC.

80-4                 DISORDERLY CONDUCT

80-3                 RADIOACTIVE WASTE

80-2                 OCCUPATIONAL TAX

80-1                 BUILDING PERMITS

79-2                 SUBDIVISION ROADS

79-1                 SUBDIVISION ROADS FOR TWP. TAKEOVER

78-1                 BUILDING PERMITS

75-1                 SEWAGE ENFORCEMENT

74-3                 DRIVEWAY PERMITS

74-2                 HOLDING TANK

74-1                 BUILDING PERMITS

73-1                 TOWNSHIP LOAN

72-2                 SEWER CONST. PENNS CREEK

72-1                 STREET ORDINANCE

68-1                 SEWAGE PERMIT

66-2                 PLANNING COMMISSION

66-1                 DISORDERLY CONDUCT

 

 

CENTER TOWNSHIP BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

RESOLUTION LIST

 

 

5-5               MUNICIPAL AUTHORITY FORMED

66-2                 EARNED INCOME TAX

66-3                 MUNICIPAL AUTHORITY PAY

73-1                 PENNS CREEK –POSSIBLE CORPORATION

73-2                 PENNS CREEK – POSSIBLE CORPORATION

73-6                 BUILDING PERMITS

83-3                 MUNICIPAL RETIRMENT

85-2                 BUILDING PERMITS (FREE FOR DESTROYED BDLG.S IN FIRE OR FLOOD)

86-2                 PENNS CREEK MUNICIPAL AUTH. – 50 YEARS ADDED TO AUTHORITY

89-2                 POLICE PENSION WITHDRAWN

91-1                 PP&L LIGHT CHANGED

91-4                 ADOPTED SNYDER COUNTY MUNIC. WASTE MANAGEMENT ORD.

91-5                 AGRICULTURAL SECURITY AREA

96-1                 BUDGET 1996

96-2                 MEETING POLICY

96-3                 WILLIAM KLAUS SEWEAGE

96-4                 BUDGET 1997         

97-1                 RETIREMENT PLAN FOR TWP.

97-2                 JASON ZIMMERMAN

97-3                 BUDGET 1998

98-1                 MARK BEEKER

98-3                 BUDGET 1999

98-1                 LISA & PATRICK MARKEL

99-1                 ENABLING RESOLUTION FOR CENTER TWP. LOCAL TAXPAYER BILL OF RIGHTS

99-2                 PHARES HORNING (AMISH CHURCH & SCHOOL)

99-3                 WILLIAM DITTMAR & RICHARD JOHN II

99-4                 BUDGET 2000

99-5                 WILLIAM DITTMAR & RICHARD JOHN II, PHASE 2

99-6                 2000 CENSUS

00-1                 RATIFYING, ACCEPTING, & ADOPTING MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MANGEMENT

00-2                 BUDGET 2001

01-1                 NO RESOLUTION WITH THIS NUMBER

01-2                 CLIFFORD LOSS –TRANSMITTAL LETTER & SEWAGE PLANNING MODULE

01-3                 BOYD R. HACKENBERG – TRANSMITTAL LETTER & SEW. PLANNING MODULE

01-4                 BUDGET 2002

02-1                 REVISED EMERGENCY OPERATION PLAN

02-2                 BUDGET 2003

03-1                 ANTI-HARRASSMENT RESOLUTION

03-2                 AGILITY AGREEMENT

03-3                 COOPERATIVE PURCHASING PROGRAM

03-4                 DESIGNATION OF AGENT FOR AGREEMENT OF FINANCIAL ASSIT.

03-5                 PLAN REVISION FOR NEW LAND DEVELOPMENT/LYLE HOLDEMAN

03-6                 APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER TO THE CENTRAL KEYSTONE COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS

03-7                 BUDGET 2004

04-1                 SEWAGE MODULE FOR WILLIAM DITTMAR

04-2                 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS PLAN

04-3                 ZECHMAN/SHRAWDER SUBDIVISION SEWAGE MODULE

04-4                 UPDATED VERSION OF AGRICULTURAL SECURITY AREA

04-5                 APPOINTMENT OF BOARD OF APPEALS UNDER THE PENNSYLVANIA CONSTRUCTION CODE ACT

04-6                 RES. TO MAKE & CHANGE ROAD/STREET NAMES TO IMPLEMENT SNYDER COUNTY ENHANCED 911 PUBLIC SAFETY SYSTEM

04-7                 DESIGNATING AGENT FOR THE FLOOD OF 2004

04-8                 ACCEPTING WALNUT RIDGE ROAD AS A TWP. ROAD

04-9                 PLAN REVISION FOR LAND DEVELOPMENT/TIMOTHY ROYER

04-10               BUDGET 2005

05-1                 SEWAGE FACILITIES PLANNING MODULE FOR CARL WALTER JR.

 

 

05-2                 AUTHORIZING, EMPOWERING & DIRECTING THE PROPER OFFICERS OF THE GOVERNING BODY TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT W/BERKHEIMER AS THE EXCLUSIVE TAX OFFICER FOR THE COLLECTION OF EARNED INCOME TAX

 

05-3                 AUTHORIZING THE PROPER OFFICERS OF THE GOVERNING BODY TO APPOINT BERKHEIMER AS ITS TAX HEARING OFFICER

05-4                 AUTHORIZING & EMPOWERING ITS LOCAL TAX COLLECTOR BERKHEIMER TO IMPOSE & RETAIN COSTS OF COLLECTION ON DELINQUENT TAXES

05-5                 AUTHORIZING THE GOVERNING BODY TO APPOINT A LIASON BETWEEN ITSELF & BERKHEIMER TAX ADM.

05-6                 SEWAGE FACILITIES PLANANING MODULE/ERIC WALTER

05-7                 ACCEPTING & UNDERSTANDING CONTENTS OF THE GRANT APPLICATION

05-8                 BUDGET 2006

06-1                 APPOINTMENT TO THE CENTRAL KEYSTONE GOG

06-2                 AMENDING RESOLUTION 05-7 ACCEPTING & UNDERSTANDING CONTENTS OF PLANNING GRANT APPLICATION

06-3                 MUNICIPAL ADOPTION OF THE SNYDER COUNTY MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN

06-4                 SEWAGE FACILITIES PLANNING MODULE/PLAN REVISION FOR NEW LAND DEVELOPMENT/PENN TRUSS PROJECT

06-5                 RESOLUTION ACCEPTING MASTER SITE PLAN GRANT APPLICATION

06-6                 BUDGET 2007

07-1                 SEWAGE FACILITIES PLANNING MODULE/MICHAEL SCHOLL

07-2                 THE NATIONAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

07-3                 BUDGET 2008

07-4                 CLOSING OUT COMMUNITY CONSERVATION PARTNERSHIPS GRANT PROJECT (BRC-TAG-12.5-27)

08-1                 RESOLUTION ACCEPTING DEVELOPMENT GRANT APPLICATION

08-2                 INSURANCE BENEFIT POLICY

08-3                 AUTHORIZING INDEBTEDNESS FOR TRUCK

08-4                 REVISED FROM 08-3 AUTHORIZING THE INCURRING INDEBTEDNESS FOR THE PURCHASE OF 2008 FORD TRUCK

08-5                 AN AGREEMENT TO AUTHORIZE ELECTRONIC ACCESS TO PENNDOT SYSTEMS

08-6                 BUDGET 2009

09-1                 OPEN RECORDS POLICY

09-2                 APPOINTMENT TO THE CENTRAL KEYSTONE COG

09-3                 A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE ELECTRONIC ACCESS TO PENNDOT SYSTEMS

10-1                 BUDGET 2010

09-4                 RESOLUTION ACCEPTING DEVELOPMENT GRANT APPLICATION

09-5                 REVISED RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE ELECTRONIC ACCESS TO PENN DOT SYSTEMS

09-6                 RESOLUTION DECLARING INTENT TO FOLLOW PROCEDURES FOR DISPOSTION OF RECORDS

09-7                 RESOLUTION APPOINTING A REPRESENTATIVE AND ALTERNATE TO THE EARNED INCOME TAX COUNTY BOARD.

09-8                 RESOLUTION ACKNOWLEDGING THE PROPOSED FUNDING OF THE SNYDER COUNTY SEWAGE CODE ENFORCEMENT COMMITTEE.

09-9                 BUDGET 2010

09-10               AGILITY AGREEMENT BETWEEN PENN DOT & CENTER TWP.

10-1                 INSURANCE BENEFIT POLICY REVISED

                        FROM RESOLUTION 08-2

10-2                 RESOLUTION IN OPPOSITION TO FORCED LOCAL GOVERNMENT MERGERS AND CONSOLIDATIONS

10-3                 BUDGET 2011

11-3                 BUDGET 2012

12-1                 URGING THE ELIMINATION OR AMEND THE PREVAILING WAGE ACT

12-2                 ESTABLISHING A FEE SCHEDULE FOR JUNKYARD PERMITS

12-3                 SETTING A CREDIT LIMIT AT MIFFLINBURG LUMBER CO.

12-4                 REGIONAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR SNYDER COUNTY

12-6                 BUDGET 2013

13-1                 YOUNG LUNGS AT PLAY

13-2                 PREVAILING WAGE ACT/ FREE TAXPAYERS OF BURDEN

13-3                 RESOLUTION 2013-3 ESTABLISHING PERMIT FEES UNDER ORDINANCE NO. 2007-1 BUILDING PERMITS (ACCESSORY & AGRICULTURE BUILDINGS)

13-4                 BUDGET 2014

14-1                 CENTRAL KEYSTONE COG APPEALS RESOLUTION

14-2                 HEALTH INSURANCE TRUST RESTATED DECLARATION OF TRUST   

14-3                 RESOLUTION FOR PLAN REVISION FOR NEW LAND DEVELOPMENT/GRANT W BRADY

14-4                 BUDGET 2015

14-5                 AGILITY AGREEMENT BETWEEN CENTER TOWNSHIP & PENN DOT

15-1                 APPOINTING A REPRESENTATIVE TO THE CENTRAL KEYSTONE COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS

15-2                 BUDGET 2016

16-1                 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING SIGNATURES

16-2                 RESOLUTION OF CORPORATE AUTHORIZATION

16-3                 RESOLUTION PROVIDING THE FURNISHING OF ELECTRIC STREET LIGHTING SERVICE

16-4                 BUDGET 2017

17-1                 BUDGET 2018

17-2                 PROHIBITING A CATEGORY 4 CASINO

18-1                 RESOLUTION FOR THE APPROVAL OF ALL PERMITS

18-2                 WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE DEPLOYMENT BILL

18-3                 APPOINTING PRIMARY EMERGENCY SERVICE PROVIDERS

18-4                 BUDGET 2019

19-1                 ADOPTING WRITTEN PROCEDURES IN HOW PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ARE CHOSEN FOR ITS PENSION PLANS IN ORDER TO COMPLY WITH ACT 44 OF 2009

19-2                 ENTERING INTO AN AGILITY AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE TOWNSHIP AND THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

19-3                 BUDGET 2020

20-1                 SNYDER COUNTY HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN

20-2                 EXTENDING THE FACE VALUE PERIOD FOR 2020 REAL ESTATE TAXES

20-3                 BUDGET 2021​

                       





 

 

OPEN RECORDS POLICY

Requests - Public records will be available for inspection and copying at the Center Township Municipal Office by appointment only, Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.  Requests shall be in writing and directed to the Township Open Records Officer at the Township Office, 3652 New Berlin Hwy Middleburg, PA  17842.  Written requests shall be on a form provided by the Township and shall include the date of the request, the name and address of the requestor, and a clear description of the records sought.

Fees - Paper copies will be $0.25 per page per side.  The certification of a record is $1.00 per record.  Specialized documents including, but not limted to blue prints, color copies, and non-standard sized documents shall be charged the actual cost of the production.  If mailing is requested, the cost of postage will be charged.  The township shall require prepayment if the total fees are estimated to exceed $100.00. 

Response - The Township shall make a good-faith effort to provide the requested public records as promptly as possible.  The Open Records Officer shall cooperate with those requesting records to review and/or duplicate original township documents while taking reasonable measure to protect township documents from the possibility of theft, damage, and/or modification.

                  The Open Records Officer shall review all written requests for access to public records. As soon as possible, but no later than five business days after receiving a written request to access public records, the Open Records Officer shall respond to such requests in writing consistent with Act 3 of 2008, the Right-to-Know Law.