Township of Radnor, PA
Delaware County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Commissioners of the Township of Radnor 9-22-2014 by Ord. No. 2014-09.[1] Amendments noted where applicable.]
CHARTER REFERENCES
Township boundaries — See § 1.01.
Board of Commissioners — See Art. II
090a Exhibit A 090b Exhibit B 090c Exhibit C
[1]
Editor's Note: This ordinance superseded former Ch. 90, Wards, adopted 12-28-1992 by Ord. No. 92-14.

§ 90-1 Ward boundaries established.

Ward boundaries for Wards 1 through 7 of Radnor Township are as set forth on Exhibit A Ward Boundaries, Option 5d, a copy of which map is attached hereto and incorporated herein.[1]
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Editor's Note: Exhibit A is included as an attachment to this chapter.

§ 90-2 Realignment.

The realigned proposed population for each of the seven wards contains an overall deviation of 5.00% from the median ward population and consists of the following:
A. 
Ward 1: 4,532.
B. 
Ward 2: 4,654.
C. 
Ward 3: 4,536.
D. 
Ward 4: 4,395.
E. 
Ward 5: 4,486.
F. 
Ward 6: 4,499.
G. 
Ward 7: 4,429.

§ 90-3 Boundary descriptions.

The boundary descriptions for each ward in plain English are set forth on Exhibit B a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein.[1]
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Editor's Note: Exhibit B is included as an attachment to this chapter.

§ 90-4 Technical legal descriptions.

The technical legal description for ward boundaries are as set forth on Exhibit C a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein.[1]
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Editor's Note: Exhibit C is included as an attachment to this chapter.

§ 90-5 Elections.

Pursuant to the Municipal Reapportionment Act, all Commissioners of the Township presently serving in office shall retain their offices until the end of their terms. In the primary and general elections of 2015 it is the intent of the Board of Commissioners that consistent with the current odd/even election system existing in the Township pursuant to § 2.03 of the Radnor Township Home Rule Charter that all Commissioners representing odd-numbered wards shall be elected at the Municipal election held in 2015 and shall be elected thereafter at four-year intervals. Additionally, all Commissioners representing even-numbered wards shall be reelected at the Municipal election held in 2017 and shall be elected thereafter for four-year intervals.