Borough of Chambersburg, PA
Franklin County
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[The following ordinances and resolutions are no longer of general interest, primarily because their provisions were carried out directly after their enactment. Since these ordinances and resolutions are mainly of historical or special interest, it has not been considered necessary to include their entire text here. Instead, they are arranged in groups, according to subject matter, and within each group are listed by title in chronological order. Persons desiring to read the full text of any of these enactments may do so by consulting the original ordinance books in the office of the Borough Secretary. The ordinances and resolutions in this chapter are grouped under the following headings:]

I AGREEMENTS AND CONTRACTS

1-1. 
Authorizing The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg to enter into a contract in writing with A. Buchanan and E.N. Hutton, partners trading as East End Land Company with a view to passing a certain ordinance or ordinances, ordaining or reordaining certain streets and alleys and establishing grades. (June 7, 1909) (This was for the conveyance of land to the borough for street purposes.)
1-2. 
Authorizing the Cumberland Valley Railroad Company to relocate, change and elevate its line of railroad through the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and for this purpose to locate, construct, maintain and operate a revised line of railroad within the limits of the said borough, and making an agreement and contract between Cumberland Valley Railroad Company and The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, under the provisions of the Act of June 9, 1874, for the relocation, change and elevation of the line of the said railroad within the limits of the said borough, for the purpose of securing the safety of lives and property, and further prescribing the conditions under which the said line may be constructed, and the manner of constructing the same, and providing for the closing, opening and supplying of certain streets and alleys, or portions thereof, and for the altering and changing of the grades of certain streets and alleys. (June 2, 1911) (For amendment to this ordinance, see Section 1-3, below.)
1-3. 
Amending an ordinance approved the second day of June, A.D. 1911, authorizing the Cumberland Valley Railroad Company to relocate, change, and elevate its line of railroad through the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (December 30, 1911) (For ordinance amended by this ordinance, see Section 1-2, above. This allowed the railroad to construct reinforced concrete bridges over Queen and Market Streets, instead of the plate girder construction originally planned, and changed the grade for those streets to allow for such construction.)
1-4. 
Approving a new profile for the line of railway of the Baltimore and Cumberland Valley Railroad Extension Company within the Borough of Chambersburg. (December 20, 1915) (This agreement provided that the company (1) improve South Main Street, from a point 200 feet north of its crossing at grade, to a point 100 feet south of the crossing; (2) construct retaining walls along its tracks on Water Street and grade the street between Washington and German Streets; (3) allow the Chambersburg and Gettysburg Street Railway to cross its tracks on Market Street; and (4) raise to grade the sidewalk in front of the Miller Hotel. The borough agreed to relocate a portion of Hood Street.)
1-5. 
Authorizing The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg to enter into a contract with Quigley Hafer for the relocating of two dwelling houses, namely Nos. 255 and 259 East Liberty Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (May 19, 1932)
1-6. 
Authorizing the execution of an agreement with William M. Rupert for the care and maintenance of the public dump located on his land on the south side of Commerce Street a short distance west of Hood Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (July 6, 1932)
1-7. 
Authorizing the execution of an agreement between The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg and the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, dated June 28th, 1939, and numbered "Borough Agreement No. St. 12." (July 5, 1939) (This related to the single track, siding and right-of-way of the railroad on Park Avenue and the macadamizing of the avenue by the borough.)
1-8. 
Authorizing the Borough of Chambersburg to cooperate with other member municipalities in establishing and/or participating in the Penn Prime Trust. (Ordinance 88-14, August 24, 1988)
1-9. 
Authorizing a land exchange agreement between the Borough of Chambersburg and Chambersburg Area Development Corporation and directing its implementation. (Ordinance 99-8, April 14, 1999)[1]
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Editor's Note: Ordinance No. 99-8 was repealed 10-11-2000 by Ord. No. 2000-10. See Art. X, § 10-191 of this chapter.

II ANNEXATION OF TERRITORY

2-1. 
Untitled ordinance extending South Main Street to Lincoln Street, and South Second Street to a point opposite the same point and taking the land known as the Franklin County Fairground to be a part of the Borough. (February 26, 1883)
2-2. 
Untitled ordinance authorizing annexation to the Borough of a portion of Guilford Township located on the east side of South Second Street. (May 5, 1902)
2-3. 
Annexing to the Borough of Chambersburg a certain portion of the Townships of Guilford and Hamilton, in the County of Franklin and State of Pennsylvania, lying adjacent to the Borough of Chambersburg, in accordance with the prayer of a petition of the majority of the freehold owners of the lots and outlots embraced in said section. (May 20, 1903)
2-4. 
Annexing to the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa., a certain section of the Townships of Guilford, Greene and Hamilton, in the County of Franklin and State of Pennsylvania, lying adjacent to the said Borough of Chambersburg, in accordance with the prayer of a petition of a majority of the freehold owners of the lots and outlots embraced within said section. (November 6, 1907)
2-5. 
Annexing to the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, certain land in Hamilton Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, owned in fee simple by The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg and lying adjacent to the said Borough of Chambersburg. (April 16, 1929)
2-6. 
Annexing to the Borough of Chambersburg a certain portion of Greene Township in the County of Franklin and State of Pennsylvania, lying adjacent to the Borough of Chambersburg, in accordance with the prayer of a petition of the freehold-owner thereof. (September 8, 1939)
2-7. 
Approving the petition for annexing to the Borough of Chambersburg a section of Greene Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, adjacent to the Borough of Chambersburg, and providing that the said territory shall be annexed to and become a part of the First Ward of the said Borough of Chambersburg if the annexation thereof shall be approved by the Court of Quarter Sessions of Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (September 30, 1954)
2-8. 
Approving the petition for annexing to the Borough of Chambersburg a section of Guilford Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, adjacent to the Borough of Chambersburg, and providing that the said territory shall be annexed to and become a part of the Third Ward of the said Borough of Chambersburg if the annexation thereof shall be approved by the Court of Quarter Sessions of Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (May 23, 1955)
2-9. 
Approving the petition for annexing to the Borough of Chambersburg a section of Greene Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, adjacent to the Borough of Chambersburg, and providing that the said territory shall be annexed to and become a part of the First Ward of the said Borough of Chambersburg if the annexation thereof shall be approved by the Court of Quarter Sessions of Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (June 10, 1957)
2-10. 
Approving the petition for annexing to the Borough of Chambersburg a section of Guilford Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, adjacent to the Borough of Chambersburg, and providing that the said territory shall be annexed and become a part of the Fifth Ward of the said Borough of Chambersburg if the annexation thereof shall be approved by the Court of Quarter Sessions of Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (April 25, 1960)
2-11. 
Approving the petition for annexing to the Borough of Chambersburg a section of Guilford Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, adjacent to the Borough of Chambersburg, and providing that the said territory shall be annexed to and become a part of the Fifth Ward of the said Borough of Chambersburg if the annexation thereof shall be approved by the Court of Quarter Sessions of Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (September 11, 1961)
2-12. 
Approving the petition for annexing to the Borough of Chambersburg a section of Guilford Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, adjacent to the Borough of Chambersburg, and providing that the said territory shall be annexed to and become a part of the Third and Fifth Wards of the said Borough of Chambersburg if the annexation thereof shall be approved by the Court of Quarter Sessions of Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (May 14, 1962)
2-13. 
Approving the petition for annexing to the Borough of Chambersburg a section of Greene Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, adjacent to the Borough of Chambersburg, and providing that the said territory shall be annexed to and become a part of the First Ward of the said Borough of Chambersburg if the annexation thereof shall be approved by the Court of Quarter Sessions of Franklin County. (Ordinance 64-23, July 27, 1964)
2-14. 
Approving the petitions for annexing to the Borough of Chambersburg, a section of Guilford Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, adjacent to the Borough of Chambersburg, and providing that the said territory shall be annexed to and become a part of the Second and Fifth Wards of the said Borough of Chambersburg, if the annexation thereof shall be approved by the Court of Quarter Sessions of Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 65-22, July 12, 1965)
2-15. 
Approving the petition for annexing to the Borough of Chambersburg a section of Guilford Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, adjacent to the Borough of Chambersburg, and providing that the said territory shall be annexed to and become a part of the Fifth Ward of the said Borough of Chambersburg if the annexation thereof shall be approved by the Court of Quarter Sessions of Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 67-5, February 13, 1967)
2-16. 
Approving the petition for annexing to the Borough of Chambersburg a section of Guilford Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, adjacent to the Borough of Chambersburg, and providing that the said territory shall be annexed to and become a part of the Third and Fifth Wards of the said Borough of Chambersburg if the annexation thereof shall be approved by the Court of Quarter Sessions of Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 67-16, April 10, 1967)

III APPROPRIATIONS

3-1. 
Accepting the provisions of the will of Blanche B. Coyle, deceased, and appropriating one thousand dollars to the "Coyle Free Library." (May 26, 1916)
3-2. 
Appropriating the sum of two thousand ($2,000) dollars to the Coyle Free Library. (February 2, 1925)
3-3. 
Appropriating the sum of two thousand ($2,000) dollars to the Coyle Free Library. (January 4, 1926)
3-4. 
Appropriating certain monies of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1930, and providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized. (February 11, 1930)
3-5. 
Appropriating certain monies of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1931, and providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized. (February 2, 1931)
3-6. 
Appropriating certain monies of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1932, and providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized. (February 4, 1932)
3-7. 
Appropriating certain monies of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1933, and providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized. (February 13, 1933)
3-8. 
Authorizing an additional appropriation of moneys from the electric light sinking fund for the purpose of paying for the construction of the dam and reservoir, referred to in Sections 1 and 2 of an ordinance approved the 22nd day of December, 1932. (August 11, 1933) (For ordinance referred to, see Section 18-32, below.
3-9. 
Authorizing an additional appropriation of moneys from the electric light sinking fund for the purpose of paying for the construction of the dam and reservoir, referred to in Sections 1 and 2 of an ordinance approved the 22nd day of December, 1932. (March 6, 1934) (For ordinance referred to, see Section 18-32, below.
3-10. 
Appropriating certain monies of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year, 1934, and providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized. (March 6, 1934)
3-11. 
Appropriating additional money for the Police Department for the year 1934. (December 15, 1934)
3-12. 
Appropriating certain moneys of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1935, and providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized. (February 5, 1935)
3-13. 
Appropriating certain moneys of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year, 1936, and providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized. (February 3, 1936)
3-14. 
Appropriating certain moneys of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1937, and providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized. (March 2, 1937)
3-15. 
Appropriating certain moneys of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1938, and providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized. (February 26, 1938)
3-16. 
Appropriating certain moneys of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1939 and providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized. (February 6, 1939)
3-17. 
Appropriating certain moneys of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1940 and providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized. (February 5, 1940)
3-18. 
Appropriating certain moneys of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1941, and providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized, (February 4, 1941)
3-19. 
Appropriating certain monies for the support of the Chambersburg Hospital. (December 31, 1941)
3-20. 
Appropriating certain moneys of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1942 and providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized. (February 4, 1942)
3-21. 
Appropriating certain moneys of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1943 and providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized. (February 18, 1943)
3-22. 
Appropriating certain moneys of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1944, providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized, approving certain salaries. (February 24, 1944)
3-23. 
Appropriating certain moneys of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1945, providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized, approving certain salaries. (March 5, 1945)
3-24. 
Appropriating monies to establish and maintain a Veteran's Service Center in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (August 6, 1945)
3-25. 
Appropriating certain monies of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1946 and providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized, approving certain salaries. (February 13, 1946)
3-26. 
Appropriating certain moneys of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1947, providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized, approving certain salaries. (March 3, 1947)
3-27. 
Appropriating certain moneys of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1948, and providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized, approving certain expenditures. (March 9, 1948)
3-28. 
Appropriating certain moneys of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the use of its respective departments, municipal functions and activities for the year 1949 and providing how expenditures from such appropriations shall be authorized, approving certain expenditures. (May 17, 1949)
3-29. 
Authorizing transfer of funds for the fiscal year 1973. (Ordinance 74-2, January 16, 1974)

IV BOND ISSUES AND LOANS

4-1. 
Untitled resolution increasing the indebtedness of the Borough by $53,500 for the purpose of erecting water works and payment of present floating debt. (Resolution, October 4, 1875)
4-2. 
Providing for the refunding at a lower rate of interest of the entire existing bonded indebtedness of the Borough. (June 6, 1899) (The debt amounted to $107,000.)
4-3. 
To increase the indebtedness of the Borough of Chambersburg, and providing for a special election for purpose of obtaining consent of the qualified electors. (June 5, 1900) (This proposed bond issue of $25,000 was for funding floating debt and additions and alterations to the Electric Light Plant.)
4-4. 
Providing for issuing and selling Borough bonds and for assessing and levying annual tax for the payment of the same. (August 18, 1900) (This bond issue of $25,000 was for funding floating debt and additions and alterations to the Electric Light Plant.)
4-5. 
Providing for submission to the qualified voters of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, on the third Tuesday, A. D. 1903, the question whether or not the bonded indebtedness of said Borough shall be increased. (December 22, 1902) (This proposed bond issue of $25,000 was for funding floating indebtedness and additions, alterations, improvements and repairs to the Electric Light Plant and Water Plant, and improvements to the Fire Department.)
4-6. 
Providing for issuing and selling Borough bonds and for assessment and levying an annual tax for the payment of the same. (March 18, 1903) (This bond issue of $25,000 was for funding floating debt, additions and alterations to the Electric Light Plant and Water Plant and improvement of the Fire Department.)
4-7. 
Untitled ordinance signifying Council's desire to increase the bonded indebtedness by $105,000 for construction of a sewer system, Siloam Dam improvements, Electric Light Plant and Fire Department equipment, construction of a water main extension, and purchase of a street steam roller, and providing for an election on the question. (October 1, 1907)
4-8. 
Providing for the increase of the debt of the Borough of Chambersburg. (June 10, 1910) (This proposed bond issue of $235,000 was for enlarging and improving the water works, installing a sewerage disposal plant and other parts of the sewer system, street improvement, and for building the East Point Fire House; an election was authorized on the question.)
4-9. 
To carry into effect the provisions of an ordinance of the Borough of Chambersburg, approved the 10th day of June, 1910, entitled, "An Ordinance providing for the increase of the debt of the Borough of Chambersburg," by authorizing the issuing and selling of bonds of the said Borough to the amount of two hundred and thirty-five thousand ($235,000) dollars. (November 18, 1910) (For ordinance referred to, see Section 4-8, above. For amendment to this ordinance, see Section 4-11, below.
4-10. 
To provide for the levy and collection of a tax to pay the interest and principal of bonds to the amount of two hundred and thirty-five thousand ($235,000) dollars, to be issued by The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg under the provisions of an ordinance of the said Borough approved the eighteenth day of November, 1910. (November 28, 1910) (This is the bond issue referred to in Sections 4-8 and 4-9, above. For ordinance of November 18, 1910, see Section 4-9, above.)
4-11. 
To amend Section 4 of "An Ordinance to carry into effect the provisions of an ordinance of the Borough of Chambersburg, approved the 10th day of June, 1910, entitled 'An Ordinance providing for the increase of the debt of the Borough of Chambersburg,' by authorizing the issuing and selling of bonds of the said Borough to the amount of two hundred and thirty-five thousand ($235,000) dollars," passed the 16th day of November, 1910, and approved by the Chief Burgess the 18th of November, 1910. (February 24, 1911) (For ordinance amended by this ordinance, see Section 4-9, above. This provided that $500 would be payable December 1, rather than on or after December 1, as stated previously.
4-12. 
Increasing the bonded indebtedness of the Borough of Chambersburg, for the purpose of paying for the main sewers, sewage disposal plant, and other improvements, to the amount of fifty thousand ($50,000) dollars. (August 31, 1912)
4-13. 
Authorizing The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, County of Franklin, State of Pennsylvania, to issue bonds for the purpose of refunding certain bonds of said Borough issued in pursuance of an ordinance of the said Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, approved the 6th day of June, 1899, and which are due and payable on July 1st, 1919, to the amount of $80,500, with semi-annual coupons attached; fixing the form, number, date, interest, maturity, etc. thereof; authorizing the sale thereof; levying a tax for the payment thereof; and making appropriation pending the collection of said tax and rescinding conflicting ordinances. (May 28, 1919) (For ordinance referred to, see Section 4-2, above.)
4-14. 
Authorizing The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, County of Franklin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to issue bonds for the purpose of paying for improvement to the electric light plant of the Borough to the amount of eighty thousand dollars $80,000, fixing the form, number, date, interest, maturity, etc., thereof; authorizing the sale thereof; appropriating certain moneys and levying a tax for the payment thereof; making appropriations pending the collection of said tax and rescinding conflicting ordinances. (June 26, 1922)
4-15. 
Authorizing The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, County of Franklin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to issue bonds for the purpose of paying for improvements to the electric light plant of the Borough to the amount of fifty thousand dollars $50,000, fixing the form, number, date, interest, maturity, etc., thereof; authorizing the sale thereof; appropriating certain moneys and levying a tax for the payment thereof; making appropriations pending the collection of said tax and rescinding conflicting ordinances. (July 7, 1924)
4-16. 
Signifying and expressing the desire of the corporate authorities of the Borough of Chambersburg, County of Franklin and State of Pennsylvania, to increase the indebtedness of said Borough by the amount of two hundred and fifty thousand ($250,000) dollars for the purpose of enlarging and improving the water works of the Borough by constructing an impounding dam or reservoir, connecting same with the present supply line, purchasing the necessary land and rights of way incident thereto and providing for the holding of an election therefor and authorizing and directing the corporate authorities to make the necessary announcements of said election and to do all other acts and things incident thereto. (May 6, 1931)
4-17. 
Appropriating twenty-six thousand five hundred ($26,500) dollars from the general Borough funds for the purpose of paying twenty-six thousand five hundred ($26,500) dollars, par value of the Borough bonds of the issue of 1919, 4-1/2%, maturing July 1st, 1949, and authorizing the proper officers of the Borough to do such acts as may be necessary to redeem such bonds. (May 5, 1932) (For bond issue referred to, see Section 4-13, above.)
4-18. 
Authorizing The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, County of Franklin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to increase its indebtedness, to issue bonds for the purpose of paying for the construction of an additional water main for the Water Department of the Borough, extending from the intake dam on Birch Run to the Borough of Chambersburg, to the amount of ninety thousand ($90,000) dollars, and for the purpose of redeeming and refunding a portion of the four and one-half (4-1/2%) per cent improvement bonds issued December 1, 1910, now outstanding in the amount of sixty thousand ($60,000) dollars, fixing the form, number, date, interest, maturity, etc., thereof; authorizing the sale thereof; levying a tax for the payment thereof; making an appropriation pending the collection of said tax and repealing conflicting ordinances. (November 16, 1935)
4-19. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the borrowing of $10,000 for the purpose of paying for the construction of a dam at the Siloam Pumping Station of the Water Department of the Borough. (Resolution, July 25, 1938)
4-20. 
Authorizing The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, County of Franklin, and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to increase its indebtedness, to issue bonds for the purpose of paying for the construction of its sewage pumping station and sewage treatment plant to the amount of one hundred and forty-five thousand ($145,000) dollars, fixing the form, number, date, interest, maturity, etc., thereof; authorizing the sale thereof; levying a tax for the payment thereof; making an appropriation pending the collection of said tax and repealing conflicting ordinances. (August 2, 1938)
4-21. 
Signifying the desire of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, to make an increase of the debt of the said The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg in the sum of three thousand dollars ($300,000) for the purpose of providing funds for and toward extensions, additions and improvements to the electric light [plant] of the Borough of Chambersburg; and calling an election for the purpose of obtaining the assent of the electors to said increase of debt. (April 4, 1949)
4-22. 
Calling for the retirement of 45 of the $1,000 Borough of Chambersburg 2% improvement bonds of 1938 on September 1, 1949. (July 14, 1949)
4-23. 
Providing for the payment and retirement of all of the outstanding Borough of Chambersburg 2% improvement bonds of 1938 on September 1, 1950. (July 17, 1950)
4-24. 
Signifying the desire of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania to make an increase of the debt of the said The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg in the sum of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($150,000) for the purpose of providing funds for and toward extensions, additions and improvements to the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg; and calling an election for the purpose of obtaining the assent of the electors to said increase of debt. (September 25, 1950)
4-25. 
To authorize and direct the issuance of general obligation bonds of the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, in the maximum amount of four hundred fifty thousand dollars ($450,000) for the purpose of providing funds for and toward extensions, additions and improvements to the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg; fixing the maturity dates thereof; approving the form of bond and coupon; stating the estimated period of usefulness of the improvements for which said bonds are to be issued; providing for the assessment, levy and collection of a tax to pay the principal thereof at maturity; establishing a sinking fund; directing the President and the Secretary of Borough Council to prepare, verify and file the required statement; and authorizing and directing the Secretary to certify and file with the Department of Internal Affairs certified copies of the necessary proceedings. (December 20, 1950)
4-26. 
Signifying the desire of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, to make an increase of the debt of the said The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg in the sum of two hundred twenty thousand ($220,000) dollars for the purpose of providing funds for and toward the cost of such improvements to the municipal gas plant and distribution system as will permit the procurement and distribution of natural gas, and all costs and expenses incidental thereto. (October 1, 1951)
4-27. 
To authorize and direct the issuance of general obligation bonds of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, in the maximum amount of two hundred twenty thousand dollars ($220,000) for the purpose of providing funds for and toward the cost of such improvements to the municipal gas plant and distribution system as will permit the procurement and distribution of natural gas, and all costs and expenses incidental thereto; providing for the rate of interest on said bonds and fixing the maturity dates thereof; stating the estimated period of usefulness of the improvements for which said bonds are to be issued; approving the form of bond and coupon; providing for the assessment, levy and collection of a tax to pay the interest covenanted to be paid thereon and the principal thereof at maturity; establishing a sinking fund; directing the President and the Secretary of Borough Council to prepare, verify and file the required statement; and authorizing and directing the Secretary to certify and file with the Department of Internal Affairs certified copies of the necessary proceedings. (June 12, 1952)
4-28. 
Signifying the desire of the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, to make increases of the debt of the said Borough of Chambersburg in the sum of three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) for the purpose of providing funds for and toward the cost of making extensions and improvements to the storm water drainage system and in the sum of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) for the purpose of providing funds for and toward the construction of a new fire house; and calling an election for the purpose of obtaining the assents of the electors to said increases of debt. (April 14, 1958)
4-29. 
To authorize and direct the issuance of general obligation bonds of the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, in the maximum amount of three hundred fifty thousand dollars ($350,000) for the purpose of providing funds in the amount of three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) for and toward the cost of making extension and improvements to the storm water drainage system and in the amount of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) toward the construction of a new fire house; providing for the rate of interest on said bonds and fixing the maturity dates thereof; stating the estimated period of usefulness of the improvements for which said bonds are to be issued; approving the form of bond and coupon; providing for the assessment, levy and collection of a tax to pay the interest covenanted to be paid thereon and the principal thereof at maturity; establishing a sinking fund; directing the President and the Secretary of Town Council to prepare, verify and file the required statement; and authorizing and directing the Secretary to certify to and file with the Department of Internal Affairs certified copies of the necessary proceedings. (February 26, 1959)
4-30. 
Authorizing the making of capital improvements to the electric system of the Borough and the financing thereof by the issuance of $1,100,000 Borough of Chambersburg Electric Revenue Bonds, Series of 1960; pledging the revenues of the electric system for the payment of such bonds; providing for the disposition of the proceeds of such bonds and of the revenues of the electric system; providing for the issuance of additional revenue bonds; setting forth covenants of the Borough in the fixing of rates and the operation of the electric system and for the benefit of the holders of such bonds. (October 24, 1960) (For supplements to this ordinance, see Sections 4-35 and 4-38, below.)
4-31. 
Authorizing an increase of the indebtedness of the Borough of Chambersburg in the sum of $70,000 for the purpose of providing funds for capital extensions and improvements to the water storage, transmission and distribution system of the Borough of Chambersburg; providing that said sum be borrowed without the issuance of bonds pursuant to the Act of June 25, 1941, P. L. 159, as amended; providing for the terms and conditions of said loan; providing for the assessment, levy and collection of a tax to pay the principal and interest thereon and authorizing and directing the Borough Secretary to certify to and file with the Department of Internal Affairs copies of the necessary statements. (June 11, 1962)
4-32. 
Authorizing an increase of the indebtedness of the Borough of Chambersburg in the sum of $40,000 for the purpose of providing capital funds toward the purchase and improvement of a Borough public parking lot in the Borough of Chambersburg; providing that said sum be borrowed without the issuance of bonds pursuant to the Act of June 25, 1941, P.L. 159, as amended; providing for the assessment, levy and collection of a tax to pay the principal and interest thereon and authorizing and directing the Borough Secretary to certify to and file with the Department of Internal Affairs copies of the necessary statements. (Ordinance 63-23, October 14, 1963)
4-33. 
Authorizing an increase of the indebtedness of the Borough of Chambersburg in the sum of $65,000 for the purpose of providing capital funds toward the Borough's share of the cost of construction of sanitary lateral sewers, including a complete pumping station, force main and intercepting sewers and manholes related thereto shown on plans of the Borough of Chambersburg, E-90 and E-91, and to provide temporary funds for such construction prior to collection of assessments of a portion of the cost thereof; providing that said sum be borrowed without the issuance of bonds pursuant to the Act of June 25, 1941, P. L. 159, as amended; providing for the terms and conditions of said loan; providing for the assessment, levy and collection of a tax to pay the principal and interest thereon and authorizing and directing the Borough Secretary to certify to and file with the Department of Internal Affairs copies of the necessary statements. (Ordinance 65-32, November 22, 1965)
4-34. 
Authorizing an increase of the indebtedness of the Borough of Chambersburg in the sum of $50,000 for the purpose of providing capital funds toward the acquisition of a tract of real estate from Upland Acres Corporation and a tract of real estate from T. K. Nitterhouse and Nellie E. Nitterhouse to provide land for recreation, conservation and historical purposes, as said purposes are defined in the "Project 70 Land Acquisition and Borrowing Act," approved June 22, 1964, P. L. 131, and for use for permanent open space land; providing that said sum be borrowed without the issuance of bonds pursuant to the Act of June 25, 1941, P.L. 159, as amended; providing for the terms and conditions of said loan; providing for the assessment, levy and collection of a tax to pay the principal and interest thereon and authorizing and directing the Borough Secretary to certify to and file with the Department of Internal Affairs copies of the necessary statements. (Ordinance 67-12, March 13, 1967)
4-35. 
Supplementing the ordinance of October 19, 1960, entitled, "An Ordinance of the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, authorizing the making of capital improvements to the electric system of the Borough and the financing thereof by the issuance of $1,100,000 Borough of Chambersburg electric revenue bonds, Series of 1960; pledging the revenues of the electric system for the payment of such bonds; providing for the disposition of the proceeds of such bonds; and use of the revenues of the electric system; providing for the issuance of additional revenue bonds; setting forth covenants of the Borough in the fixing of rates and the operation of the electric system and for the benefit of the holders of such bonds," by authorizing the issuance thereunder of $600,000 principal amount of additional electric revenue bonds, Series of 1967. (Ordinance 67-15, March 28, 1967) (For ordinance supplemented by this ordinance, see Section 4-30, above. See also Section 4-38, below.)
4-36. 
Signifying the desire of the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, to make an increase of the debt of the said Borough of Chambersburg in the sum of $500,000 for the purpose of providing funds for and toward the acquisition of land and the construction and equipment of recreation places, including necessary parking facilities; and calling an election for the purpose of obtaining the assent of the electors to said increase of debt. (Ordinance 68-16, March 11, 1968)
4-37. 
To authorize and direct the issuance of general obligation bonds of the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, in the maximum amount of $1,400,000 for the purpose of providing funds for and toward the acquisition of land and the construction and equipment of recreation places, including necessary parking facilities, the acquisition and/or construction of fire houses, a police station and/or communication center, for the borough's contribution to urban development, the acquisition and construction of a municipal airport, the expansion of municipal office facilities and for street and storm water surface drainage improvements; providing for the rates of interest on said bonds, fixing the maturity dates thereof and providing that certain bonds shall be redeemable prior to maturity; stating the estimated period of usefulness of the improvements for which said bonds are to be issued; approving the form of bond and coupon; providing for the assessment, levy and collection of a tax to pay the interest covenanted to be paid thereof and the principal thereof at maturity; establishing a sinking fund; directing the President and Secretary of Town Council to prepare, verify and file the required statement; and authorizing and directing the Secretary to certify to and file with the Department of Community Affairs certified copies of the necessary proceedings. (Ordinance 68-38, September 9, 1968)
4-38. 
Further supplementing the ordinance of October 19, 1960, entitled, "An Ordinance of the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, authorizing the making of capital improvements to the electric system of the Borough and the financing thereof by the issuance of $1,100,000 Borough of Chambersburg electric revenue bonds, Series of 1960; pledging the revenues of the electric system for the payment of such bonds, providing for the disposition of the proceeds of such bonds and of the revenues of the electric system; providing for the issuance of additional revenue bonds; setting forth covenants of the Borough in the fixing of rates and the operation of the electric system and for the benefit of the holders of such bonds," by authorizing the issuance thereunder of $650,000 principal amount of additional electric revenue bonds, Series of 1972. (Ordinance 72-2, January 19, 1972) (For ordinance supplemented by this ordinance, see Section 4-30, above.
4-39. 
Authorizing an increase of the indebtedness of the Borough of Chambersburg in the sum of $562,000 for the purpose of providing capital funds for storm water sewer construction, construction of addition to Borough Hall, including new police headquarters, expansion and improvement of municipal airport and construction and installation of electric lights for Henninger Field; providing that said sum be borrowed without the issuance of bonds pursuant to the Act of June 25, 1941, P.L. 159, as amended; providing for the terms and conditions of a tax to pay the principal and interest thereof and authorizing and directing the Borough Secretary to certify to and file with the Department of Community Affairs copies of the necessary statements. (Ordinance 72-16, April 19, 1972)
4-40. 
To authorize and direct the incurring of non-electoral debt through the issuance of general obligation bonds of the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, in the maximum amount of $1,930,000 for the purpose of providing funds for and toward the construction of storm water drainage facilities and the improvement of other capital facilities of the Borough; stating the estimated useful life of the improvements for which said bonds are issued; directing the President and Secretary of Borough Council to prepare, verify and file the required debt statement; covenanting that the Borough shall include the amount of annual debt service in its budget for each fiscal year; approving the form of bond and coupon; providing for the stated principal maturity amounts and fixing the rates of interest on such bonds; stating that such bonds have been sold at negotiated sale; creating a sinking fund; authorizing the proper officers of the Borough to contract for the services of a bank as sinking fund depositary and paying agent; authorizing and directing the Secretary to certify and to file with the Department of Community Affairs certified copies of the necessary proceedings; and repealing all inconsistent ordinances. (Ordinance 73-9, April 11, 1973)
4-41. 
To authorize and direct the issuance of general obligation bonds of this borough, in the aggregate principal amount of $6,345,000, to provide funds to be applied for and toward costs and expenses incident to the sewer improvement project; determining that said bonds shall be sold at private sale; determining that such debt shall be nonelectoral debt of this borough; describing the project for which said debt is to be incurred and specifying reasonable estimates of the useful life of said project; accepting a proposal for purchase of said bonds, at private sale, and awarding such bonds and setting forth related provisions; provided that such bonds, when issued, shall be general obligation bonds of this borough, fixing the series, substantial form, dates, maturity dates, interest rates, interest payment dates, registration privileges, place of payment of principal and interest and redemption provisions of such bonds; authorizing execution, attestation and authentication of such bonds; providing covenants related to debt service applicable to such bonds as required by the Local Government Unit Debt Act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. §§ 8001 et. seq., as amended and supplemented, and the Pennsylvania Constitution and pledging the full faith, credit and taxing power of this borough in support thereof; creating a sinking fund in connection with such bonds as required by such Act; appointing a sinking fund depositary; providing a covenant to insure prompt and full payment of all obligations of such bonds when due; authorizing and directing specified officers of this borough to do and perform certain specified, required or appropriate acts and things; setting forth that such bonds have been sold at private sale; declaring that the debt to be incurred, together with other indebtedness of this borough, not to be in excess of any limitation imposed by such act upon the incurring of debt by this borough; setting forth certain covenants relating to the nonarbitrage status of such bonds; creating certain other funds and accounts; providing for investment of moneys; authorizing the purchase of a policy of municipal bond insurance; providing when this ordinance shall become effective; providing for severability of provisions, and repealing all ordinances or parts of ordinances insofar as the same shall be inconsistent herewith. (Ordinance 97-9, June 4, 1997)
4-42. 
Authorizing and directing issuance of a guaranteed water revenue note of 2002 of the Borough, in the principal amount not to exceed $4,400.000, pursuant to the Local Government Unit Debt Act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 8001 et seq., as amended and supplemented; determining that such debt shall be nonelectoral debt of the Borough; describing the project for which said debt is to be incurred and specifying a reasonable estimate of the useful life of such project; awarding such note and setting forth related provisions; fixing the substantial form, date, maturity date, interest rates, interest payment dates, place of payment of principal and interest of such note; authorizing execution and attestation of such note; providing covenants related to debt service applicable to such note; guaranteeing water revenue note and making certain covenants with respect thereto as required by said Act and the Pennsylvania Constitution and pledging the full faith, credit and taxing power of the Borough in support thereof; setting forth the debt service to which said guarantee is applicable; creating a sinking fund in connection with such note; appointing a sinking fund depositary; authorizing and directing appropriate and specified officers of the Borough to prepare, execute, verify and file, as appropriate, the debt statement, the borrowing base certificate to be required by such Act; authorizing and directing specified officers of the Borough to do and perform certain specified required or appropriate acts and things; setting forth that such note has been sold at private sale; declaring that the debt to be incurred, together with other indebtedness of the Borough, is within the limitation imposed by such Act upon the incurring of debt by the Borough; providing when this ordinance shall become effective; providing for severability of provisions; and repealing all ordinances or parts of ordinances insofar as the same shall be inconsistent herewith. (Ordinance 2002-4, March 26, 2002)
4-43. 
Authorizing and directing issuance of general obligation bonds, series of 2003, in the aggregate principal amount of $9,900,000 (the "bonds"), as permitted by and pursuant to the Local Government Unit Debt Act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 8001 et seq., as amended and supplemented; determining that the bonds shall be sold at invited sale; determining that such debt shall be nonelectoral debt of the Borough; describing the project for which such debt is to be incurred and specifying a reasonable estimate of the useful life of said project; accepting a proposal for purchase of the bonds, at invited sale, and awarding the bonds and setting forth related provisions; providing for maturities and interest rates; appointing a paying agent, registrar and sinking fund depository; providing for the terms of the bonds including denominations, date, interest payment dates and record dates; providing for the registration and transfer of the bonds; setting forth redemption features and procedures; providing that the bonds, when issued, shall be general obligation bonds of the Borough; authorizing the execution and authentication of the bonds; covenanting to pay debt service and pledging the full faith, credit and taxing power for the payment of the bonds; creating a sinking fund in connection with the bonds as required by said Act; appropriating proceeds of the bonds; setting forth certain covenants relating to the non-arbitrage status of the bonds; ratifying prior advertisement and directing further advertisement; authorizing and directing the preparation, execution and filing of a transcript of proceedings, including a debt statement and borrowing base certificate, with the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development; authoring and directing the officers and officials of the Borough to execute and deliver documents and to take action as may be necessary relating to the issuance of the bonds; ratifying the preliminary official statement and the distribution thereof and authorizing the approval and distribution of a final official statement and the use thereof in connection with the sale of the bonds; creating a clearing account and a project account; authorizing the payment of expenses; providing guidelines for permitted investments; authorizing the purchase of a policy of bond insurance with respect to the bonds; providing for the authorization of officers; adopting the form of bond; covenanting to provide continuing disclosure; providing for severability of provisions; repealing inconsistent ordinances; and providing when this ordinance shall become effective. (Ordinance 2002-18, November 26, 2002)
4-44. 
Authorizing and directing issuance of general obligation bonds, series of 2004, in the aggregate principal amount of $5,545,000 (the "bonds"), as permitted by and pursuant to the Local Government Unit Debt Act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 8001 et seq., as amended and supplemented, for the purpose of providing funds to be applied for and toward the current refunding of the Borough's outstanding general obligation bonds, series of 1999 (the "1999 bonds"); determining that such debt shall be nonelectoral debt of the Borough; determining that the bonds shall be sold at invited sale; accepting a proposal for purchase of the bonds, at invited sale, and awarding the bonds and setting forth related provisions; providing for maturities and interest rates; appointing a paying agent, registrar and sinking fund depository; providing for the terms of the bonds including denominations, date, interest payment dates and record dates; providing for the registration and transfer of the bonds; authorizing the execution and authentication of the bonds; covenanting to pay debt service and pledging the full faith, credit and taxing power for the payment of the bonds; creating a sinking fund in connection with the bonds as required by such Act; appropriating proceeds of the bonds; describing the project for which the debt of the Borough evidenced by the 1999 bonds was originally incurred and specifying the realistic estimated useful life of said project; setting forth certain covenants relating to the non-arbitrage status of the bonds and designating the bonds as qualified tax-exempt obligations pursuant to Section 265(b)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended; ratifying prior advertisement and directing further advertisement; authorizing and directing the preparation, execution and filing of a transcript of proceedings, including a debt statement and borrowing base certificate, with the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development; authorizing and directing the officers and officials of the Borough to execute and deliver documents to take action as may be necessary relating to the issuance of the bonds; ratifying the preliminary official statement and the distribution thereof and authorizing the approval and distribution of a final official statement and the use thereof in connection with the sale of the bonds; creating a clearing account and an escrow fund; setting forth certain covenants relating to provisions for the retirement of the 1999 bonds; directing the transfer of certain amounts of money which will be sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the 1999 bonds upon redemption; directing the irrevocable deposit and investment of an amount of money which, together with interest to be earned thereon, if any, will be sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on outstanding 1999 bonds at maturity or upon redemption, as applicable; providing guidelines for permitted investments and authorizing the purchase of investments; authorizing the payment of expenses; authorizing the purchase of a policy of bond insurance with respect to said bonds; providing for the authorization of officers; adopting the form of bond; covenanting to provide continuing disclosure; providing for severability of provisions; repealing inconsistent ordinances; and providing when this ordinance shall become effective. (Ordinance 2004-2, February 23, 2004)
4-45. 
Authorizing and directing issuance of general obligation bonds, series of 2007, in the aggregate principal amount of $10,000,000 (the "bonds"), as permitted by and pursuant to the Local Government Unit Debt Act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 8001 et seq., as amended and supplemented, for the purpose of providing funds to be applied for and toward the refunding, in order to reduce total debt service, of a portion of the Borough's outstanding general obligation bonds, series of 2002 (the "2002 bonds") and a portion of the Borough's outstanding general obligation bonds, series of 2003 (the "2003 bonds'); determining that such debt shall be nonelectoral debt of the Borough; determining that the bonds shall be sold at invited sale; accepting a proposal for purchase of the bonds, at invited sale, and awarding the bonds and setting forth related provisions; providing for maturities and interest rates; appointing a paying agent, registrar and sinking fund depository; providing for the terms of the bonds including denominations, date, interest payment dates and record dates; providing for the registration and transfer of the bonds; authorizing the execution and authentication of the bonds; covenanting to pay debt service and pledging the full faith, credit and taxing power for the payment of the bonds; creating a sinking fund in connection with the bonds as required by such Act; appropriating proceeds of the bonds; describing the project for which the debt of the Borough evidenced by the 2002 bonds and 2003 bonds was originally incurred and specifying the realistic estimated useful life of said project; setting forth certain covenants relating to the non-arbitrage status of the bonds and designating the bonds as qualified tax-exempt obligations pursuant to Section 265(b)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended; ratifying prior advertisement and directing further advertisement; authorizing and directing the preparation, execution and filing of a transcript of proceedings, including a debt statement and borrowing base certificate, with the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development; authorizing and directing the officers and officials of the Borough to execute and deliver documents and to take action as may be necessary relating to the issuance of the bonds; ratifying the preliminary official statement and the distribution thereof and authorizing the approval and distribution of a final official statement and the use thereof in connection with the sale of the bonds; creating a clearing account and an escrow fund; setting forth certain covenants relating to provisions for the retirement of the 2002 bonds and 2003 bonds to be refunded; directing the transfer of certain amounts of money which will be sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the 2002 bonds and 2003 bonds to be refunded at maturity or upon redemption, as applicable; directing the irrevocable deposit and investment of an amount of money which, together with interest to be earned thereon, if any, will be sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the 2002 bonds and 2003 bonds to be refunded at maturity or upon redemption, as applicable; providing guidelines for permitted investments and authorizing the purchase of investments; authorizing the payment of expenses; authorizing the purchase of a policy of bond insurance with respect to said bonds; providing for the authorization of officers; adopting the form of bond; covenanting to provide continuing disclosure; providing for severability of provisions; repealing inconsistent ordinances; and providing when this ordinance shall become effective. (Ordinance 2007-03, April 23, 2007)
4-46. 
Authorizing and directing issuance of general obligation bonds, series of 2009, in the aggregate principal amount of $10,000,000 (the "bonds"), as permitted by and pursuant to the Local Government Unit Debt Act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 8001 et seq., as amended and supplemented, for the purpose of providing funds to be applied for and toward the refunding, in order to reduce total debt service, of all of the Borough's outstanding general obligation bonds, series of 2002 (the "2002 bonds"), all of the Borough's outstanding general obligation bonds, series of 2003 (the "2003 bonds") and a portion of the Borough's outstanding general obligation bonds, series of 2004 (the "2004 bonds"); determining that such debt shall be nonelectoral debt of the Borough; determining that the bonds shall be sold at invited sale; accepting a proposal for purchase of the bonds, at invited sale, and awarding the bonds and setting forth related provisions; providing for maturities and interest rates; appointing a paying agent, registrar and sinking fund depository; providing for the terms of the bonds including denominations, date, interest payment dates and record dates; providing for the registration and transfer of the bonds; authorizing the execution and authentication of the bonds; covenanting to pay debt service and pledging the full faith, credit and taxing power for the payment of the bonds; creating a sinking fund in connection with the bonds as required by such Act; appropriating proceeds of the bonds; describing the projects for which the debt of the Borough evidenced by the 2002 bonds, the 2003 bonds and the 2004 bonds was originally incurred and specifying the realistic estimated useful life of said project; setting forth certain covenants relating to the non-arbitrage status of the bonds and designating or deem designating the bonds as qualified tax-exempt obligations pursuant to Section 265 (b)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended; ratifying prior advertisement and directing further advertisement; authorizing and directing the preparation, execution and filing of a transcript of proceedings, including a debt statement and borrowing base certificate, with the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development; authorizing and directing the officers and officials of the Borough to execute and deliver documents and to take action as may be necessary relating to the issuance of the bonds; ratifying the preliminary official statement and the distribution thereof and authorizing the approval and distribution of a final official statement and the use thereof in connection with the sale of the bonds; creating a clearing account; setting forth certain covenants relating to provisions for the retirement of the 2002 bonds, the 2003 bonds and the 2004 bonds to be refunded; directing the transfer of certain amounts of money which will be sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the 2002 bonds, the 2003 bonds and 2004 bonds to be refunded upon redemption; directing the irrevocable deposit of an amount of money which will be sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the 2002 bonds, the 2003 bonds and the 2004 bonds to be refunded upon redemption; providing guidelines for permitted investments and authorizing the purchase of investments; authorizing the payment of expenses; authorizing the purchase of a policy of bond insurance with respect to said bonds; providing for the authorization of officers; adopting the form of bond; covenanting to provide continuing disclosure; providing for severability of provisions; repealing inconsistent ordinances; and providing when this ordinance shall become effective. (Ordinance 2009-01, January 26, 2009)
4-47. 
Authorizing and directing issuance of general obligation bonds, series of 2012, in the aggregate principal amount of $9,785,000 (the "bonds"), as permitted by and pursuant to the Local Government Unit Debt Act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 8001 et seq., as amended and supplemented, for the purpose of providing funds to be applied for and toward the current refunding of a portion of the Borough's outstanding general obligation bonds, series of 2007 (the "2007 bonds"); determining that such debt shall be nonelectoral debt of the Borough; determining that the bonds shall be sold at invited sale; accepting a proposal for purchase of the bonds, at invited sale, and awarding the bonds and setting forth related provisions; providing for maturities and interest rates; appointing a paying agent, registrar and sinking fund depository; providing for the terms of the bonds including denominations, date, interest payment dates and record dates; providing for the registration and transfer of the bonds; authorizing the execution and authentication of the bonds; covenanting to pay debt service and pledging the full faith, credit and taxing power for the payment of the bonds; creating a sinking fund in connection with the bonds as required by such Act; appropriating proceeds of the bonds; describing the project for which the debt of the Borough evidenced by the 2007 bonds was originally incurred and specifying the realistic estimated useful life of said project; setting forth certain covenants relating to the non-arbitrage status of the bonds and designating or deem designating the bonds as qualified tax-exempt obligations pursuant to Section 265 (B)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended; ratifying prior advertisement and directing further advertisement; authorizing and directing the preparation, execution and filing of a transcript of proceedings, including a debt statement and borrowing base certificate, with the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development; authorizing and directing the officers and officials of the Borough to execute and deliver documents and to take action as may be necessary relating to the issuance of the bonds; ratifying the preliminary official statement and the distribution thereof and authorizing the approval and distribution of a final official statement and the use thereof in connection with the sale of the bonds; creating a clearing account; setting forth certain covenants relating to provisions for the retirement of the 2007 bonds; directing the transfer of certain amounts of money which will be sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the 2007 bonds upon redemption; providing guidelines for permitted investments and authorizing the purchase of investments; authorizing the payment of expenses; providing for the authorization of officers; adopting the form of bond; covenanting to provide continuing disclosure; providing for severability of provisions; repealing inconsistent ordinances; and providing when this ordinance shall become effective. (Ordinance 2012-05, April 23, 2012)
4-48. 
Approving and authorizing the increase of the indebtedness of the Borough of Chambersburg, by directing the issuance of a general obligation note in the maximum principal amount of up to $8,000,000 to be issued to Farmers and Merchants Trust Company Bank (the "purchaser" or the "bank"), pursuant to the Local Government Unit Debt Act, to fund the infrastructure upgrades of the Borough's wastewater treatment plant, the Borough's electric system, and the Borough's natural gas system (hereinafter collectively the "projects") accepting a certain proposal for the purchase of such note (the "commitment letter" which term includes any amendment thereto, restatement or reissuance thereof hereafter made), at private sale which commitment letter is hereby accepted and approved; restating the realistic useful life of said projects; authorizing and directing appropriate officers of the Borough to take certain actions and to execute certain documents required by the Pennsylvania Local Government Unit Debt Act; approving the substantial form, maximum principal amount, date, interest, maturity, and sources of payment of said obligation, issued as nonelectoral, general obligation debt of the Borough secured by the general revenues of the Borough and pledging the full faith, credit, and taxing power of this Borough in support thereof; appointing a paying agent and sinking fund depository; making certain covenants with respect thereto as required by the Debt Act and the Pennsylvania Constitution; providing for repeal of all inconsistent ordinances or parts of ordinances; providing for severability of provisions; and providing when this ordinance shall become effective. (Ordinance 2012-07, 8-27-2012)
4-49. 
Approving and authorizing the increase of the indebtedness of the Borough of Chambersburg, by directing the issuance of a general obligation note in the maximum principal amount of $1,500,000 to be issued to Farmers and Merchants Trust Company Bank (the "purchaser" or the "bank"), pursuant to the Local Government Unit Debt Act, to fund site acquisition, improvements and equipment for a new green waste recycling facility to serve the borough (hereinafter the "project"); accepting a certain proposal for the purchase of such note (the "commitment letter," which term includes any amendment thereto, restatement or reissuance thereof hereafter made), at private sale, which commitment letter is hereby accepted and approved; restating the realistic useful life of said project; authorizing and directing appropriate officers of the Borough to take certain actions and to execute certain documents required by the Pennsylvania Local Government Unit Debt Act; approving the substantial form, maximum principal amount, date, interest, maturity, and sources of payment of said obligation, issued as nonelectoral, general obligation debt of the Borough secured by the general revenues of the Borough and pledging the full faith, credit, and taxing power of this borough in support thereof; appointing a paying agent and sinking fund depository; making certain covenants with respect thereto as required by the Debt Act and the Pennsylvania Constitution; providing for repeal of all inconsistent ordinances or parts of ordinances; providing for severability of provisions; and providing when this ordinance shall become effective. (Ordinance 2014-01, 2-24-2014)
4-50. 
Authorizing and directing the issuance of the Borough’s general obligation bonds, series of 2016, in the aggregate principal amount of $9,750,000 (the "bonds"), as permitted by and pursuant to the local government unit debt act, 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 8001 et seq., as amended and supplemented, for the purpose of providing funds to be applied for and toward i) financing a certain capital project; and ii) paying the costs of issuance of the bonds; determining that such debt shall be nonelectoral debt of the Borough; determining that the bonds shall be sold at invited sale; accepting a proposal for purchase of the bonds, at invited sale, and awarding the bonds and setting forth related provisions; providing for maturities and interest rates; appointing a paying agent, registrar and sinking fund depository; providing for the terms of the bonds, including denominations, dated date, interest payment dates and record dates; providing for the registration and transfer of the bonds; setting forth redemption features and procedures; providing that the bonds, when issued, shall be general obligation bonds of the Borough, authorizing the execution and authentication of the bonds; covenanting to pay debt service and pledging the full faith, credit and taxing power for the payment of the bonds; creating a sinking fund in connection with the bonds as required by such act; appropriating proceeds of the bonds; describing the capital project and specifying a reasonable estimate of the useful life of said capital project; setting forth certain covenants relating to the nonarbitrage status of the bonds and designating the bonds as qualified tax-exempt obligations pursuant to Section 265(B)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended; ratifying prior advertisement and directing further advertisement; authorizing and directing the preparation, execution and filing of a transcript of proceedings, including a debt statement and borrowing base certificate, with the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development; authorizing and directing the officers and officials of the Borough to execute and deliver documents and to take action as may be necessary relating to the issuance of the bonds; ratifying the preliminary official statement and the distribution thereof and authorizing the approval and distribution of a final official statement and the use thereof in connection with the sale of the bonds; creating a clearing account and a project account; providing guidelines for permitted investments and authorizing the purchase of investments; authorizing the payment of expenses; providing for the authorization of officers; adopting the form of bond; covenanting to provide continuing disclosure; providing for severability of provisions; repealing inconsistent ordinances; and providing when this ordinance shall become effective. (Ordinance 2016-07, 9-19-2016)
4-51. 
Approving and authorizing the increase of the indebtedness of the Borough of Chambersburg, by directing the issuance of a general obligation note in the maximum principal amount of $9,750,000 to be issued to Farmers and Merchants Trust Company Bank (the "purchaser" or the "bank") pursuant to the Local Government Unit Debt Act, to fund a capital project consisting of the design, construction and equipping of a municipal building annex (the "project"); accepting a certain proposal for the purchase of such note (the "commitment letter," which term includes any amendment thereto, restatement or reissuance thereof hereafter made) at private sale; which commitment letter is hereby accepted and approved; setting forth the realistic useful life of the project; authorizing and directing appropriate officers of the Borough to take certain actions and to execute certain documents required by the Pennsylvania Local Government Unit Debt Act; approving the substantial form, maximum principal amount, date, interest rate, maturity, and sources of payment of said obligation, issued as nonelectoral, general obligation debt of the Borough secured by the pledge of the full faith, credit, and taxing power of the Borough; appointing a paying agent, registrar and sinking fund depository; making certain covenants with respect thereto as required by the Debt Act and the Pennsylvania Constitution; providing for repeal of all inconsistent ordinances or parts of ordinances; providing for severability of provisions; and providing when the ordinance shall become effective. (Ordinance 2016-13, 12-12-2016)

V BRIDGES

5-1. 
Providing for the building and erecting of a concrete bridge on North Second Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, over and across the Falling Spring and providing for the execution of a contract and agreement with A. Buchanan for the building and erecting the same. (October 4, 1909)
5-2. 
Untitled resolution in which the Borough agreed to pay such portion of the cost of a bridge and retaining walls on West King Street over Falling Spring as the cost of the bridge footwalks bore to the cost of the whole bridge, the remainder of the cost to be paid by Franklin County. (Resolution, July 1, 1918)
5-3. 
Untitled resolution authorizing an agreement with Franklin County, under which the Borough agreed to pay 30% of the costs of construction of the bridge and retaining walls on West King Street over Falling Spring, and the County agreed to construct footwalks on the bridge. (Resolution, July 1, 1918)
5-4. 
Providing for the building of sidewalks on the County bridge over the Falling Spring on West King Street, and the appropriation of money for that purpose. (August 5, 1918)
5-5. 
Untitled resolution authorizing a contract with J.S. McIlvanie and Company for construction of a bridge over the Conococheague Creek on the Borough Farm. (Resolution, July 3, 1922)
5-6. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the Street Committee to construct a sidewalk on Kennedy Street bridge over Falling Spring. (Resolution, April 6, 1925)
5-7. 
Untitled resolution in which the Borough agreed, if the County proceeded with construction of the Kennedy Street bridge over Falling Spring as planned, to vacate a portion of Kennedy Street, police the area during construction, construct and maintain the approaches to the bridge, and assume liability for any damage to abutting properties caused by the construction. (Resolution, September 14, 1929)
5-8. 
Authorizing the construction of a bridge on Fifth Avenue over the Falling Spring in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing funds to pay for the same. (December 4, 1933)
5-9. 
A resolution expressing interest in the Bridge Inspection Program of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation as established under Section 144 of the Federal Transportation Act. (Resolution 81-1)

VI ELECTRICITY

6-1. 
Authorizing necessary additions, alterations and repairs to the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, and empowering the proper officers of the Borough to execute contracts for the same. (August 21, 1900)
6-2. 
Providing for the repair of the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg. (Resolution, April 18, 1913)
6-3. 
Directing the construction of ducts for an improved system of lighting on Lincoln Way East between Second and Third Streets. (Resolution, June 28, 1915)
6-4. 
Confirming the action of the Water and Light Committees and the Manager of Public Utilities in reference to furnishing electricity to the Stoufferstown Electric Company and authorizing the execution of a written contract with that company to furnish it with electricity. (Resolution, April 18, 1922)
6-5. 
Authorizing the construction of an ornamental street lighting system on portions of Riddle Road, Edgar Avenue, Kenwood Road, Scotland Road, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa. (June 7, 1926)
6-6. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the construction of a trestle for the siding at the electric light plant. (Resolution, May 29, 1930)
6-7. 
Authorizing certain additions and improvements to the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, authorizing the execution of certain contracts for furnishing work and materials for such additions and improvements and providing the funds necessary to pay for the same. (June 7, 1930)
6-8. 
Authorizing the construction of additional generating equipment for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, the entering into a proper contract with the successful bidder therefor, the entering into a grant agreement with the United States of America for a contribution toward said construction and the appropriation of monies to pay for said construction. (December 21, 1933) (See also Section 6-10, below.)
6-9. 
Authorizing the purchase and installation in the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, of a twenty-five hundred KW turbo-generator, condenser and generator air cooler, together with the equipment and accessories necessary to serve the same, including condensing water supply lines, discharge lines, pump house, intakes and strainers to supply water from the Falling Spring to said equipment, and all work and material necessary to remove old equipment and appropriating money to pay for the same. (March 26, 1934)
6-10. 
Authorizing the entering into a grant agreement with the United States of America for a contribution, in addition to that already agreed to, toward the construction of additional generating equipment for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg. (April 23, 1934) (For original grant agreement, see Section 6-8, above.)
6-11. 
Awarding the contracts for the structural work and for the forty-eight (48) inch exhaust connection to be constructed as part of the improvements at the Borough electric light plant. (August 28, 1934)
6-12. 
Authorizing certain switchboard changes and electrical construction work at the Borough electric light plant, certain structural steel work, including screen guides, screens, traps, etc., in connection with the pump house and intake chamber furnishing water to the Borough electric light plant, and the purchase of certain pipe for condenser water supply and discharge in connection with the Borough electric light plant, awarding contracts for furnishing the same and appropriating monies to pay for the same. (October 2, 1934)
6-13. 
Authorizing the purchase and installation at the electric light plant of the Borough of a steel terminal structure, carrier current lighting control system, a 2500 KW turbo-generator and other equipment, together with the equipment and structures necessary to properly install and operate the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (February 9, 1938)
6-14. 
Authorizing the construction of an ornamental street lighting system on a portion of North Coldbrook Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa. (May 2, 1938) (This refers to the portion between Lincoln Way East and Nelson Street.)
6-15. 
Authorizing the execution of a certain contract between the Borough and South Penn Power Company providing for the interconnection of their respective electrical systems, and the purchase of certain electric energy each from the other, under certain conditions. (November 4, 1942)
6-16. 
Creating a special fund to be known as "Electric Light Department Improvement Fund" and providing for an appropriation to the same and the manner in which the same is to be administered. (February 20, 1947) (This Fund was set up using $900, 000 received from the transfer of the Borough Water Department to the Municipal Authority, and all or part of the Fund was to be placed either in interest-bearing accounts or invested in United States Bonds. The Fund was to be used to finance extensions, additions or improvements to the Electric Light Plant or to pay attorney fees incurred in the transfer of the Water Department to the said Authority.)
6-17. 
Authorizing the purchase of two 60,000 LB/HR steam generating units for installation in the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (November 18, 1947)
6-18. 
Authorizing certain construction at the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (November 8, 1948) (This refers to construction of the boiler house and coal trestle extensions, chimney and equipment foundations, etc.)
6-19. 
Authorizing the purchase of cast iron pipe and specials for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contracts for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (November 22, 1948)
6-20. 
Authorizing the purchase of three auto-transformers for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (January 21, 1949)
6-21. 
Authorizing the purchase of power plant equipment for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (July 12, 1949) (This refers to an ash handling system.)
6-22. 
Authorizing the purchase of power plant equipment for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (July 12, 1949) (This refers to a deaerating feedwater system.)
6-23. 
Authorizing the purchase of power plant equipment for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (July 12, 1949) (This refers to boiler feed pumps.)
6-24. 
Authorizing the purchase of power plant equipment for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (July 12, 1949) (This refers to a blow-off tank.)
6-25. 
Authorizing the purchase of power plant equipment for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (September 15, 1949) (This refers to motor control centers.)
6-26. 
Authorizing the purchase of power plant equipment for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (September 15, 1949) (This refers to automatic coal-weighing scales.)
6-27. 
Authorizing the purchase of power plant equipment for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (September 15, 1949) (This refers to coal handling equipment.)
6-28. 
Authorizing the purchase of power plant equipment for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (September 15, 1949) (This refers to 440-volt Bus ducts.)
6-29. 
Authorizing the purchase of power plant equipment for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (September 15, 1949) (This refers to distribution transformers.)
6-30. 
Authorizing the construction of one radial brick chimney at the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (December 5, 1949)
6-31. 
Authorizing the purchase of a storage battery and battery rack for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (March 13, 1950)
6-32. 
Authorizing the purchase of one surface condenser and auxiliaries to be installed in the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (April 20, 1950)
6-33. 
Authorizing the purchase of metal clad switchgear and equipment for existing control board for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (April 20, 1950)
6-34. 
Authorizing the purchase of one 5000 KW turbine-generator unit to be installed in the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (May 1, 1950)
6-35. 
Authorizing the purchase and installation of steel plate flues and breeching to be installed in the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (May 23, 1950)
6-36. 
Authorizing piping work for deaerating feedwater heater and boiler, feed pumps to be installed in the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (May 23, 1950)
6-37. 
Authorizing electrical construction work for the new boiler house at the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (June 26, 1950)
6-38. 
Authorizing piping construction work at the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (July 17, 1950)
6-39. 
Authorizing the purchase of a combustion control system, instruments and instrument panel for the electric light plant of the Borough, awarding the contract for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (August 21, 1950)
6-40. 
Authorizing heat insulation work in the electric light plant of the Borough, awarding the contract for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (September 15, 1950)
6-41. 
Authorizing construction of new pump house at the electric light plant of the Borough, awarding the contract for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (October 13, 1950)
6-42. 
Authorizing repairs to a turbine at the electric light plant, authorizing the purchase of necessary material therefor, and approving funds for the payment thereof. (October 13, 1950)
6-43. 
Authorizing the purchase of equipment for the pump house at the electric light plant of the Borough, awarding the contract for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (October 23, 1950)
6-44. 
Authorizing heat insulation work in the electric light plant of the Borough, awarding the contract for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (October 23, 1950)
6-45. 
Authorizing general construction work in connection with the installation of turbine-generator, condenser, and switchgear at the electric light plant, awarding the contract for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (December 11, 1950)
6-46. 
Authorizing the purchase of equipment for the electric light plant of the Borough, awarding the contracts for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (April 26, 1951)
6-47. 
Authorizing the erection services required in connection with the installation of certain equipment in the electric light plant of the Borough, awarding the contract for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (August 13, 1951)
6-48. 
Authorizing heat insulation work for the electric light plant of the Borough, awarding the contract for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (November 21, 1951)
6-49. 
Authorizing certain repairs at the electric light plant of the Borough, accepting a quotation for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (May 12, 1952)
6-50. 
Authorizing certain piping work and heat insulation work for the electric light plant of the Borough, awarding the contracts for the same and providing money to pay for the same. (June 28, 1952)
6-51. 
Authorizing natural gas piping construction work in the electric light plant of the Borough, awarding the contract for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (October 13, 1952)
6-52. 
Authorizing the purchase and installation of a turbine generator and surface condenser for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contracts for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (January 27, 1955)
6-53. 
Authorizing general construction work in connection with the installation of a turbine generator at the electric light plant, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (August 17, 1955)
6-54. 
Authorizing electrical construction work at the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (November 18, 1955)
6-55. 
Authorizing the purchase and installation of motor control center and instruments and panelboard at the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (November 18, 1955)
6-56. 
Authorizing piping and mechanical construction work at the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (November 18, 1955)
6-57. 
Authorizing piping and equipment insulation work at the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (March 26, 1956)
6-58. 
Approving an agreement between South Penn Power Company and the Borough of Chambersburg for the transfer of certain property, authorizing its execution and acknowledgment. (May 24, 1956) (This refers to the purchase of the Company's electric distribution facilities in the Stouffer Development along Scotland Avenue by the Borough.)
6-59. 
Authorizing the construction of additions and improvements to the electric light plant consisting of one 70,000 lb. per hour steam generator and accessories and awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (February 17, 1960)
6-60. 
Authorizing the construction of additions and improvements to the electric light plant and awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (July 26, 1960)
6-61. 
Authorizing the purchase and installation of auxiliary equipment at the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding contracts for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (August 17, 1960) (For ordinance amended by this ordinance, see Section 6-66, below. This authorized a contract with Albert C. Wood.)
6-62. 
Authorizing the purchase and installation of auxiliary equipment at the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contracts for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (August 17, 1960)
6-63. 
Authorizing the purchase and installation of equipment at the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contracts for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (October 24, 1960)
6-64. 
Authorizing the purchase and installation of equipment at the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding contracts for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (October 24, 1960)
6-65. 
Authorizing the purchase and installation of equipment at the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding contracts for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (October 24, 1960)
6-66. 
Amending "An Ordinance authorizing the purchase and installation of auxiliary equipment at the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding contracts for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same." (October 24, 1960) (This awarded the contract for the deaerating feed-water heater and the boiler feed pump and drive to a different corporation. For ordinance which this amends, see Section 6-61, above.)
6-67. 
Authorizing improvements to the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (December 22, 1960)
6-68. 
Authorizing improvements to the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (January 30, 1961)
6-69. 
Authorizing improvements to the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (January 30, 1961)
6-70. 
Authorizing the construction of a cooling tower for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (March 27, 1961)
6-71. 
Authorizing improvements to the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (May 8, 1961)
6-72. 
Authorizing improvements to the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (June 12, 1961)
6-73. 
Authorizing improvements to the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (June 12, 1961)
6-74. 
Authorizing improvements to the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (July 13, 1961)
6-75. 
Authorizing improvements to the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (September 11, 1961)
6-76. 
Authorizing the purchase of a 5000-KVA power substation transformer, awarding a contract for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (July 9, 1962)
6-77. 
Authorizing the construction of a 69-KV transmission line and substations for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (September 20, 1962)
6-78. 
Authorizing the purchase and installation of a motor driven air compressor at the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (March 26, 1963)
6-79. 
Authorizing the purchase and installation of equipment at the Grant Street substation at the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding contracts for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 63-16, June 14, 1963)
6-80. 
Authorizing electrical construction work in connection with the installation of switchgear, etc., for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same and appropriating the money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 64-2, January 20, 1964)
6-81. 
Authorizing electrical construction work required in connection with the modernization of the D. C. system, pump house control system and emergency lighting system for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 64-34, November 17, 1964)
6-82. 
Authorizing the purchase and installation of dual fuel gas diesel engine generators at the electric plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 66-9, March 31, 1966)
6-83. 
Authorizing construction work required for diesel engine generator plant for the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 66-34, September 12, 1966)
6-84. 
Authorizing piping construction work for diesel engine generator plant at the electric plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 67-2, January 9, 1967)
6-85. 
Authorizing electrical construction work for diesel engine generator plant at the electric plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 67-3, January 9, 1967)
6-86. 
Authorizing the purchase of a 5000-KVA transformer for the Electric Department of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 68-5, January 15, 1968)
6-87. 
Authorizing the execution of a license agreement with Penn Central Transportation Company to construct and maintain transmission wires over railroad tracks. (Ordinance 71-17, July 12, 1971)
6-88. 
Authorizing the purchase of 4160-volt switchgear required for installation at the Grant Street substation of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and providing for the payment thereof. (Ordinance 71-35, December 20, 1971)
6-89. 
Authorizing the purchase of one 5000-KVA power transformer for the electric light system of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and providing for the payment thereof. (Ordinance 72-3, January 28, 1972)
6-90. 
Authorizing the purchase of two current-limiting reactors for the Grant Street substation of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and providing for the payment thereof. (Ordinance 72-8, February 14, 1972)

VII GAS

7-1. 
Authorizing The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg to purchase from the Chambersburg Gas Company the works, property and franchises of the Chambersburg Gas Company for the purchase price of $370,000, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (August 5, 1946)
7-2. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain equipment and material for replacements and changes to the gas plant of the Borough of Chambersburg. (April 6, 1948)
7-3. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the conversion of the facilities at the gas plant from manufactured gas to natural gas. (Resolution, September 10, 1951)
7-4. 
Authorizing the purchase of pipe for the Gas Department of the Borough, awarding a contract for the same and providing money to pay for the same. (March 12, 1952)
7-5. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain equipment for the Gas Department of the Borough, awarding a contract for the same and providing money to pay for the same. (June 20, 1952)
7-6. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain equipment for the Gas Department of the Borough, awarding a contract for the same and providing money to pay for the same. (June 20, 1952) (This refers to pipe fittings.)
7-7. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain equipment for the Gas Department of the Borough, awarding a contract for the same and providing money to pay for the same, (June 20, 1952) (This refers to pressure regulating equipment.)
7-8. 
Authorizing certain pipe coating for the Gas Department of the Borough, accepting bids for the same and providing money to pay for the same. (June 30, 1952)
7-9. 
Authorizing construction of natural gas pipe lines for the Gas Department of the Borough, accepting bid for the same and providing money to pay for the same. (July 28, 1952)
7-10. 
Authorizing the execution of a service agreement between the Borough of Chambersburg and Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation for the sale and purchase of natural gas. (September 15, 1952)
7-11. 
Authorizing the construction of a regulator house for the Borough of Chambersburg, accepting bid for the same and providing money to pay for the same. (October 9, 1952)
7-12. 
Untitled resolution for an agreement with the Western Maryland Railway Company for license to construct, operate and maintain gas pipe lines across the right of way of the Company at the intersection of Loudon and Water Streets and at the end of South Fourth Street. (Resolution, December 3, 1952)
7-13. 
Untitled resolution authorizing an agreement with The Pennsylvania Railroad and Western Maryland Railway Company, operator of The Baltimore and Cumberland Valley Extension, for the construction, operation and maintenance of a gas pipe line across the right of way of the Company at its crossing on Wayne Avenue. (Resolution, December 3, 1952)
7-14. 
Authorizing the conversion of gas appliances to the use of natural gas, awarding a contract for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (December 30, 1952)
7-15. 
Authorizing the execution of a service agreement between the Borough of Chambersburg, and Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation for the sale and purchase of natural gas. (December 30, 1952)
7-16. 
Untitled resolution approving an agreement with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company for a gas pipe line across the Company's tracks at Wayne Avenue. (Resolution, January 12, 1953)
7-17. 
Authorizing the grant of an easement in certain land in Guilford Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania to Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation for purposes connected with the Gas Department. (February 9, 1953)
7-18. 
Authorizing the purchase of a liquefied petroleum gas storage tank for the Gas Department of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (October 10, 1955)

VIII GOVERNMENTAL AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS

8-1. 
Untitled resolution petitioning the Court of Quarter Sessions of Franklin County to change ward boundaries in the Borough. (Resolution, April 8, 1957)
8-2. 
Untitled resolution approving the designation of Franklin County Area Development Corporation as the industrial development agency to represent the County of Franklin. (Resolution, November 28, 1960)
8-3. 
Untitled resolution approving the Franklin County Council of Tourist Promotion Agencies as the tourist promotion agency to represent the County of Franklin. (Resolution, March 26, 1963)
8-4. 
Untitled resolution approving the Franklin County Civil Defense Emergency Operational Plan as the official civil defense emergency operational plan for the Borough of Chambersburg. (Resolution 63-9, May 13, 1963)
8-5. 
Authorizing cooperation agreement between the Borough of Chambersburg and the Housing Authority of the County of Franklin with respect to low-rent housing. (Ordinance 65-17, April 28, 1965)
8-6. 
Untitled resolution petitioning the Court of Quarter Sessions of Franklin County to change ward boundaries in the Borough. (Resolution 67-34A, September 11, 1967)
8-7. 
Designating a representative to the Local Government Advisory Committee to the Franklin County Planning Commission and appointing the first representative. (Resolution 68-43, October 14, 1968)
8-8. 
Authorizing the Borough of Chambersburg to enter into an agreement with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania providing for the modernization and standardization of traffic signal installations. (Ordinance 70-7, March 23, 1970)
8-9. 
Adopting as a cooperating constituent municipality the "Franklin County Solid Waste Management Plan" prepared for the Franklin County Planning Commission in accordance with the Pennsylvania Solid Waste Management Act 241. (Ordinance 72-27, May 24, 1972)
8-10. 
For the flood insurance program. (Resolution 72-46, November 8, 1972) (This indicated the Borough's interest in securing coverage under the National Flood Insurance Program, and assured compliance with its regulations. See also Section 8-11, below.)
8-11. 
Compliance with Section 1910. 3a of the flood insurance program regulations. (Resolution 72-47, November 8, 1972) (This provided that the Borough would require building permits for all construction, review permit and subdivision applications with a view to flood prevention and protection, and require alterations in water and/or sewage systems so as to avoid contamination during flooding. See Chapter V for regulations adopted.)
8-12. 
Endorsing the Franklin County Planning Commission as the Franklin County area-wide planning organization. (Resolution 72-48, November 29, 1972)
8-13. 
Authorizing participation by the Borough of Chambersburg in purchase contracts entered into by the Department of Property and Supplies of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 73-11, April 11, 1973)
8-14. 
Adopting as a cooperating constituent municipality the "Franklin County Solid Waste Management System" prepared for the Franklin County Planning Commission in accordance with the Pennsylvania Solid Waste Management Act 241. (Ordinance 73-31, December 19, 1973)
8-15. 
Authorizing application to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for matching funds in a planning project for the Chambersburg Municipal Airport and appropriating money toward the cost of the project. (Resolution 74-44, September 25, 1974)
8-16. 
Untitled resolution accepting the planning grant offer for a project at the Chambersburg Municipal Airport issued by the Federal Aviation Administration. (Resolution 74-45, September 25, 1974)
8-17. 
Reapportioning districts or wards in the Borough of Chambersburg for the election of members of the governing body in accordance with the provisions of Article IX, Section XL, of the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Act of Assembly of December 13, 1974, Act No. 312, effective for all officials taking office after the first Monday of January, 1976. (Ordinance 75-8, February 26, 1975)
8-18. 
Authorizing the joining with other municipalities in establishing a bureau for the collection of earned income and net profits tax to be known as "Chambersburg Area Wage Tax Board," and authorizing the approval and execution of an agreement and by-laws for such Board. (Ordinance 75-40, September 24, 1975)
8-19. 
Terminating the appointment of the present Income Tax Officer and appointing a new Income Tax Officer for the Borough of Chambersburg effective January l, 1976, under the provisions of "The Earned Income and Net Profits Tax Ordinance of the Borough of Chambersburg," appointing the Board members and an alternate Board member to the Chambersburg Area Wage Tax Board for the Borough of Chambersburg and directing distribution of tax collections to be made to the Borough Treasurer. (Resolution 75-55, December 10, 1975)
8-20. 
To permit the Borough to expend any general municipal funds for community development programs, pursuant to the Act of December 10, 1974, P.L. 865, as amended, 53 PS 5421.1 and the Act of June 27, 1974, P.L. 412, No. 145, Section 1, 53 PS 46202 (75), which ordinance is necessary for the health, safety and public welfare. (Ordinance 78-14, May 10, 1978)
8-21. 
Authorizing the Borough of Chambersburg pursuant to the Intergovernmental Cooperation Act, to join with other local government units of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a settlor of the Pennsylvania Local Government Investment Trust for the purpose of investing funds not immediately required to be expended for borough purposes by purchasing units of such trust. (Ordinance 81-6, February 25, 1981)
8-22. 
Reapportioning districts or wards in the Borough of Chambersburg for the election of members of the governing body in accordance with the provisions of Article IX, Section XI of the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Act of Assembly of December 13, 1974, Act No. 312. (Ordinance 84-2, January 25, 1984, Section 1)
8-23. 
Reapportioning districts or wards in the Borough of Chambersburg for the election of members of the governing body in accordance with the provisions of Article IX, Section XI of the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Act of Assembly of December 13, 1974, Act No. 312. (Ordinance 92-10, November 25, 1992)
8-24. 
Adopting an agreement between the Borough of Chambersburg and the Township of Greene for the performance of law enforcement services by said borough to said township. (Ordinance 94-11, September 28, 1994)
8-25. 
Reapportioning districts or wards in the Borough of Chambersburg for the election of members of the governing body in accordance with the provisions of Article IX, Section XI of the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Act of Assembly of December 13, 1974, Act. No. 312. (Ordinance 2003-10, September 23, 2003)
8-26. 
Authorizing the Borough of Chambersburg to enter into an intergovernmental cooperation agreement with the Borough of Greencastle to permit the Borough of Chambersburg to provide certain services to the Borough of Greencastle with regards to the water system. (Ordinance 2014-07, September 8, 2014)
8-27. 
Authorizing the Borough of Chambersburg to enter into an intergovernmental cooperation agreement with Hamilton Township to permit the Borough of Chambersburg to provide certain green waste recycling services to Hamilton Township. (Ordinance 2014-11, September 22, 2014)
8-28. 
Authorizing the Borough of Chambersburg to enter into an intergovernmental cooperation agreement with the Borough of Mercersburg to permit the Borough of Chambersburg to provide to the Borough of Mercersburg various public works services. (Ordinance 2015-04, May 11, 2015)
8-29. 
Authorizing the Borough of Chambersburg to enter into an intermunicipal interceptor agreement with the Township of Hamilton, Franklin County; Hamilton Township Municipal Authority; the Township of Greene, Franklin County; Greene Township Municipal Authority; the Township of Guilford, Franklin County; and Guilford Township Authority, regarding the operation and maintenance, upgrade, expansion and capital improvement of the Chambersburg interceptor. (Ordinance 2015-05, June 8, 2015)
8-30. 
Authorizing the Borough to enter into intergovernmental cooperation agreements with Guilford Township, Hamilton Township, Peters Township, and Greene Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, to permit the Borough of Chambersburg to provide certain services with regard to upgrades to and the operation and maintenance of traffic signals. (Ordinance 2016-11, November 14, 2016)

IX PLAN APPROVAL

9-1. 
Approving Chambersburg Area Development Corporation Subdivision. (Resolution, December 11, 1961)

X PUBLIC PROPERTY

10-1. 
Authorizing the acceptance of lease and conditions  — Cumberland Valley Railroad Company to Borough of Chambersburg. (Resolution, October 7, 1896) (This lease was for a lot on an alley running from Second Street to Third Street, to be used for the electric light plant.
10-2. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the purchase of a lot on South Street from Mary E. Byers. (Resolution, August 13, 1904)
10-3. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the purchase of a lot on South Street Extension from Charles Miller. (Resolution, August 17, 1904)
10-4. 
Directing the Finance Committee of the Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, to complete the purchase for the Borough of Chambersburg, of the property owned by Jacob E. Detrich, situate at the junction of East Market and East Queen Streets in the Borough of Chambersburg. (February 2, 1909)
10-5. 
Untitled resolution authorizing a lease with Edward W. Eberly for the Sewer Farm. (Resolution, January 18, 1918)
10-6. 
Untitled resolution authorizing a lease with Joseph A. Crist for a portion of the Borough Farm. (Resolution, September 16, 1918)
10-7. 
Untitled resolution authorizing a lease with the Chambersburg and Gettysburg Electric Railway Company for the rental of the west wing of the old C. & G. Power House by the Borough. (Resolution, July 7, 1919)
10-8. 
Untitled resolution authorizing a lease with the Chambersburg and Gettysburg Electric Railway Company for the rental of the west wing of the old C. & G. Power House by the Borough. (Resolution, June 7, 1920)
10-9. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the lease of a portion of the Borough Farm to Joseph A. Crist. (Resolution, October 17, 1921)
10-10. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the sale of Lots Nos. 3 and 4 in the Reservoir Hill Plan of Lots, dated January 19, 1922, to Emerson Martin. (Resolution, March 6, 1922)
10-11. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the sale of Lot No. 5 in the Reservoir Hill Plan of Lots, dated January 9, 1922, to James O. Brindle. (Resolution, March 6, 1922)
10-12. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the sale of land and trestle work adjacent to the electric light plant to Carlton P. Speer. (Resolution, March 7, 1922) (This was part of the land and trestle work purchase authorized by the resolution listed in Section 10-13, below.)
10-13. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the purchase of land and trestle work adjacent to the electric light plant property from the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. (Resolution, March 7, 1922) (See also Section 10-12, above.)
10-14. 
Untitled resolution authorizing sale to C. P. Speer & Company a tract of land bounded on the north and west by land of the Borough, on the east by the Falling Spring, and on the south by land of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. (Resolution, June 12, 1922)
10-15. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the purchase of a tract of land bounded on the north by property of Borough, on the east by the Falling Spring, on the south by other lands of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company and on the west by Electric Light Alley, from the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. (Resolution, June 12, 1922)
10-16. 
Untitled resolution authorizing a lease of land on which railroad bridge and siding was located, and an agreement covering maintenance of coal trestle siding, with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. (Resolution, June 12, 1922)
10-17. 
Untitled resolution authorizing sale of land, tracks, bridge, and right of way adjacent to the electric light plant to C. P. Speer & Company. (Resolution, November 6, 1922)
10-18. 
Untitled resolution assigning a lease, and authorizing sale of land, tracks, bridge and right of way adjacent to the electric light plant, to C. P. Speer & Company. (Resolution, January 2, 1923)
10-19. 
Untitled resolution approving the plans for development of Kenwood Park submitted by the executors of the will of Ariana Stewart Kennedy, and authorizing payments by the Borough in connection with the laying of sewers and water mains by the executors. (Resolution, March 12, 1923)
10-20. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the purchase from the Pennsylvania Railroad Company the property adjacent to the electric light plant known as "Old Ice House Property." (Resolution, December 3, 1923)
10-21. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the purchase of a tract of land located on the northeast corner of King and Hood Streets. (Resolution, March 3, 1926)
10-22. 
Authorizing the purchase of a certain lot of ground lying on the south side of Loudon Street, bounded by Loudon Street lot of Solomon Plum, lot of William Uglaw and the Conococheague Creek, from William Alexander for the sum of four hundred ($400) dollars. (June 6, 1927)
10-23. 
Authorizing the sale to S. F. Huber certain real estate on the eastern side of Hood Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa. (December 4, 1928)
10-24. 
Authorizing The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg to enter into a contract with John S. Brumbaugh to purchase from him crushed stone used by it during the year 1930. (May 7, 1930)
10-25. 
Authorizing certain improvements and additions to be made to City Hall in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, authorizing the execution of a contract for furnishing the work and materials necessary to make such improvements and providing the funds necessary to pay for the same. (July 5, 1930) (See also Section 10-26, below.)
10-26. 
Ratifying and confirming an ordinance entitled, "An Ordinance authorizing certain improvements and additions to be made to City Hall in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, authorizing the execution of a contract for furnishing the work and materials necessary to make such improvements and additions and providing the funds necessary to pay for the same," approved the 5th day of July, 1930, and all acts done by any officers or employees of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg in accordance with the provisions of such ordinance. (July 11, 1930) (For ordinance referred to, see Section 10-25, above.)
10-27. 
Authorizing The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg to enter into a contract with the County of Franklin, State of Pennsylvania, to advertise jointly for bids for the construction of a public comfort station in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, providing the manner in which the costs of construction, maintenance and care shall be paid in the event a bid is accepted and the station constructed and providing the funds necessary to pay for advertising for bids. (July 11, 1930)
10-28. 
Authorizing the painting of certain buildings at the Borough Farm, authorizing the execution of a contract for furnishing the work and materials necessary to do such painting and providing the funds necessary for the same. (July 17, 1930)
10-29. 
Authorizing certain improvements and additions to be made to City Hall in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, authorizing the execution of a contract and additions and providing the funds necessary to pay for the same. (November 10, 1930)
10-30. 
Authorizing certain improvements and alterations to be made to City Hall in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, authorizing the execution of a contract for furnishing the work and materials necessary to make such improvements and alterations and providing the funds necessary to pay for same. (March 3, 1931)
10-31. 
Authorizing The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg to enter into a contract with John S. Brumbaugh to purchase from him crushed stone used by it during the year 1931. (May 1, 1931)
10-32. 
Authorizing The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg to purchase Commerce Street Park and maintain it as and for a public park. (May 6, 1931)
10-33. 
Authorizing the sale of certain land in the Borough of Chambersburg shown on Borough Plan No. 12227 to Stewart B. Strine and Beatrice Elizabeth Strine, his wife. (July 6, 1931)
10-34. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain real estate situate on the northeast corner of the intersection of South Second Street and East Liberty Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and appropriating the money necessary to pay for the same. (August 4, 1931)
10-35. 
Authorizing the purchase, by The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, from D. O. Allday and Alcesta Allday, his wife, for the consideration of one dollar, certain land located in the intersection of Glen and King Streets in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, having erected thereon a covered fountain, and a certain strip of land located in Grandview Avenue between King Street and High Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (September 10, 1931)
10-36. 
Authorizing the purchase from Ross K. Gilbert, of a certain tract of land extending from South Third Street to Harrison Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the sum of twenty-five hundred ($2500) dollars, and appropriating the money necessary for such purpose. (April 9, 1932)
10-37. 
Authorizing The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg to enter into contracts to purchase crushed stone, arundel sand and portland cement, broom fiber and steel wire for motor sweeper and road oil to be used by it during the year 1932. (May 5, 1932)
10-38. 
Authorizing the letting of bids for a public comfort station, the execution of a contract for its construction and the appropriation of money to pay for such construction. (July 21, 1932)
10-39. 
Untitled resolution authorizing a lease for the public comfort station from Franklin County, for a term of 50 years. (Resolution, July 21, 1932)
10-40. 
Authorizing The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg to purchase from W. P. Max Schwarz, certain real estate located on the south side of East Catherine Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (September 7, 1932)
10-41. 
Authorizing the sale to H. M. Miley of certain real estate located on the eastern side of South Second Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (September 7, 1932)
10-42. 
Authorizing an appraisement of the physical property of the electric light plant and the water system of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, and the installation of a proper accounting system for said municipal activities. (September 7, 1932)
10-43. 
Authorizing the purchase of an Ingersoll-Rand air compressor. (April 4, 1933)
10-44. 
Authorizing The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg to enter into contracts to purchase crushed stone, arundel sand, portland cement, broom fiber and steel wire for motor sweeper, road oil, gasoline and motor oil to be used by it during the year 1933. (May 4, 1933)
10-45. 
Awarding contract for alterations and additions to the heating system of the Good Will Fire House, East Catherine Street, Chambersburg. (Resolution, July 7, 1933)
10-46. 
Authorizing the purchase of two (2) Ford, 1934, Model BB, ton and one-half trucks and appropriating the money to pay for the same. (December 21, 1933)
10-47. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the purchase of two lots lying between Poplar Avenue and Wolf Avenue from Paul D. Tarner. (Resolution, October 6, 1937)
10-48. 
Authorizing the purchase of the property owned by Mary E. Thomas, located on the eastern side of Harrison Avenue between Washington and Liberty Streets in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (December 21, 1937)
10-49. 
Authorizing the purchase of the property known as 156 North Second Street in Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (August 23, 1938)
10-50. 
Authorizing the sale to Stewart B. Strine and Beatrice Elizabeth Strine, his wife, of certain real estate located in Greene Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (September 6, 1938) (This refers to a property along Church Road.)
10-51. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain land from Ira S. Sheffler fronting on Fourth Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (March 8, 1939)
10-52. 
Authorizing the purchase from Mary C. Minnich of a property located on the south side of Loudon Street, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (June 5, 1939)
10-53. 
Authorizing the purchase from the Bishop of the Harrisburg Diocese of the Roman Catholic Church a strip of ground lying adjacent to and immediately north of Lincoln Way West. (September 8, 1939)
10-54. 
Authorizing the purchase from Harry E. Gerbig of a small tract of land located on West Washington Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (September 8, 1939)
10-55. 
Untitled resolution naming the floral park at the electric light plant "The Park of the Valiant." (Resolution, November 7, 1939)
10-56. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain real estate from Harry D. Rotz, located on Reservoir Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (July 24, 1940)
10-57. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain real estate located on Water Street in Chambersburg, Penna., and the improvement thereof. (October 10, 1940)
10-58. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain real estate located on the west side of South Third Street in Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (March 31, 1941)
10-59. 
Authorizing the sale of certain real estate located near the intersection of Loudon Street and Kriechbaum Alley in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (May 31, 1941)
10-60. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the construction of a steel grandstand at Henninger Field. (Resolution, October 6, 1941)
10-61. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain real estate in the Borough of Chambersburg known as 128 East Catherine Street. (February 18, 1942)
10-62. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain real estate known as the "Show Lot," lying on the east side of South Second Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (February 19, 1943)
10-63. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain real estate lying on the north side of East McKinley Street west of Cleveland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (April 5, 1943)
10-64. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain real estate lying on the south side of Scotland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (August 3, 1943)
10-65. 
Authorizing the sale of certain real estate lying on the south side of Scotland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (September 8, 1943)
10-66. 
Authorizing the purchase from W. B. Angle of certain property located on the east side of North Main Street in Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, to be used as a parking lot and for other Borough purposes. (December 31, 1943)
10-67. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain real estate located on North Fourth Street, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, from the estate of Samuel F. Huber, deceased. (July 3, 1944)
10-68. 
Untitled resolution authorizing a lease from Enos H. Horst for a playground on Smith Avenue, from January 1, 1944 to December 31, 1944. (Resolution, August 18, 1944)
10-69. 
Untitled resolution granting an easement in Franklin and Loudon Streets to the United States of America, for a gas line for the federal housing project. (Resolution, December 14, 1944)
10-70. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain real estate lying on the south side of Loudon Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (February 12, 1945)
10-71. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain real estate located on the west side of North Franklin Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (April 3, 1945)
10-72. 
Untitled resolution approving and confirming the license agreement with The Pennsylvania Railroad Company and Manor Real Estate and Trust Company, for three tracts of land for the storage of coal. (Resolution, November 5, 1945)
10-73. 
Authorizing the sale of certain real estate, formerly used in connection with the Siloam pumping plant of the Borough, located in Greene Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (December 28, 1945)
10-74. 
Authorizing the purchase of a Mack pumping engine for the Fire Department of the Borough of Chambersburg and providing for the payment therefor. (May 23, 1946)
10-75. 
Authorizing The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg to lease from Hershey Creamery Company real estate in the Borough of Chambersburg for recreational purposes with an option to purchase said real estate. (August 5, 1946)
10-76. 
Authorizing the sale of certain real estate of the Borough, located in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (April 6, 1948) (This property was bounded on the west by South Second Street, on the north by lands of C. M. Austin, on the east by Harrison Avenue and on the south by East Liberty Street.)
10-77. 
Authorizing the purchase from the Pennsylvania Railroad Co. of certain property located on East Liberty Street, in Chambersburg and from Manor Real Estate and Trust Co. certain property located on East Liberty Street in Chambersburg. (November 22, 1948)
10-78. 
Authorizing the purchase from Carlton P. Speer, Jr., of certain real estate adjacent to the electric light plant of the Borough of Chambersburg, in exchange for other real estate to be acquired by the Borough. (December 6, 1948) (The property to be exchanged was that purchased in the ordinance listed in Section 10-77, above.)
10-79. 
Authorizing the purchase of one utility billing machine and one remittance control machine and providing for payment of same. (May 6, 1949)
10-80. 
Authorizing the purchase of one electric motor-driven pump and electric control equipment, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (May 6, 1949)
10-81. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain real estate adjacent to the electric light plant of the Borough and providing for the payment thereof. (June 6, 1949)
10-82. 
Authorizing boiler replacement in the Municipal Building of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (November 3, 1949)
10-83. 
Authorizing the purchase from Lucy W. Keene of certain real estate located on South Third Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg. (December 5, 1949)
10-84. 
Authorizing the purchase from John B. Kessinger and Clara Irene Kessinger of certain real estate located on Wolf Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg. (September 15, 1950)
10-85. 
Authorizing the purchase of equipment of City refuse collector by the Borough of Chambersburg. (August 13, 1951) (This refers to the purchase of three trucks.)
10-86. 
Authorizing the purchase from Robert A. Evans and Anna S. Evans of certain real estate located on Poplar Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg. (November 12, 1951)
10-87. 
Authorizing the purchase of one truck chassis and cab and one fire truck body, awarding the contracts for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (March 10, 1952)
10-88. 
Authorizing the purchase of a street sweeper, accepting bid for the same and providing money to pay for the same. (July 28, 1952)
10-89. 
Authorizing the leasing of certain real estate from Chambersburg Industries, for recreational purposes. (September 29, 1952) (This refers to a tract of land on Stanley Avenue; the lease was for 5 years with right to renew.)
10-90. 
Authorizing the purchase from Theodore F. Plum of certain real estate at Cedar and Smith Avenues in the Borough of Chambersburg. (November 10, 1952)
10-91. 
Authorizing the purchase of a truck with load packer body, awarding the contract for the same and providing money to pay for the same. (April 27, 1953) (This truck was for the Sanitation Department.)
10-92. 
Authorizing construction of a vault on South Main Street, awarding the contract for the same and providing the money to pay for the same. (April 27, 1953)
10-93. 
Authorizing the purchase of a fire truck, awarding the contract for the same, and providing the money to pay for the same. (May 11, 1953)
10-94. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tractor equipped with angling blade, awarding the contract for the same and providing money to pay for the same. (April 20, 1954)
10-95. 
Authorizing the purchase and installation of a cooling system in the Borough offices, awarding the contract for the same, and providing money to pay for the same. (June 4, 1954)
10-96. 
Authorizing the purchase of a fire pumper truck, awarding the contract for the same and providing money to pay for the same. (June 21, 1954)
10-97. 
Approving a plan for the improvement of the Borough market house and recreation center on South Third Street in the Borough of Chambersburg by Chambersburg Community Centers. (February 16, 1955)
10-98. 
Authorizing the purchase from Mary M. Miller of certain real estate located on South Main Street in the Borough of Chambersburg. (March 14, 1955)
10-99. 
Authorizing a lease agreement for parking lot purposes with the First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Chambersburg. (March 14, 1955) (This refers to a tract of land between West Washington Street and Ludwig Avenue.)
10-100. 
Authorizing the purchase of parking meters from Dual Parking Meter Company. (April 14, 1955)
10-101. 
Authorizing the sale of real estate in Greene Township to Clarence R. Gelsinger and wife and the purchase from Clarence R. Gelsinger and wife of a tract of real estate in Greene Township. (July 11, 1955)
10-102. 
Authorizing the leasing of certain real estate in Greene Township to Calvin H. Werdebaugh. (July 11, 1955)
10-103. 
Authorizing the purchase from trustees of Burt J. Asper Post No. 46, American Legion, of certain real estate located on Loudon Street in the Borough of Chambersburg. (August 8, 1955)
10-104. 
Authorizing the purchase from Francis E. Kuss of certain real estate located on Loudon Street in the Borough of Chambersburg. (August 8, 1955)
10-105. 
Authorizing the purchase from A. J. White Hutton of certain real estate located on Water Street in the Borough of Chambersburg. (August 8, 1955)
10-106. 
Authorizing the purchase from A. J. White Hutton, executor of the estate of George K. Lehner, deceased, of certain real estate located on Loudon Street in the Borough of Chambersburg. (August 8, 1955)
10-107. 
Authorizing the purchase of an air compressor for the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (November 30, 1955)
10-108. 
Authorizing the purchase of one municipal fire alarm system central station control panel, awarding the contract for the same and providing for the payment of the same. (December 27, 1955)
10-109. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate on East Queen Street in the Borough of Chambersburg and providing for the payment of the same. (August 14, 1956)
10-110. 
Authorizing the exercise of an option to purchase and the purchase of real estate on South Central Avenue and providing for the payment therefor. (June 18, 1957)
10-111. 
Authorizing the construction of a new utility service center and awarding contracts for work on the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (June 19, 1957)
10-112. 
Authorizing changes and additions to electric service connections and water service connections supplying the buildings comprising Buchanan Homes project, awarding contracts for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (August 14, 1957)
10-113. 
Authorizing the execution of an agreement with Public Housing Administration in reference to certain streets and utilities in War Housing Project PA-36436 (Buchanan Homes). (August 14, 1957) (This was for the conveyance to the Borough of government-owned utility systems, and the dedication of streets in the project.)
10-114. 
Authorizing electrical work for a new utility service center and awarding a contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (August 15, 1957)
10-115. 
Authorizing purchase of a tract of real estate on Lincoln Way East near Fifth Avenue and providing money to pay for the same. (March 10, 1958)
10-116. 
Authorizing the rental and service of tabulating equipment from Remington Rand, Inc. (May 12, 1958)
10-117. 
Authorizing purchase of a tract of real estate on Harrison Avenue and providing money to pay for the same. (November 10, 1958)
10-118. 
Authorizing purchase of a tract of real estate on McKinley Street and providing money to pay for the same. (February 9, 1959)
10-119. 
Authorizing the construction of a new firehouse, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (February 26, 1959)
10-120. 
Authorizing purchase of a tract of real estate on Harrison Avenue and providing money to pay for the same. (February 26, 1959)
10-121. 
Authorizing additions and alterations to City Hall, awarding the contracts for the same, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (February 26, 1959)
10-122. 
Authorizing purchase of a tract of real estate on Harrison Avenue and providing money to pay for the same. (February 26, 1959)
10-123. 
Authorizing the sale of certain real estate of the Borough of Chambersburg on Harrison Avenue to Redevelopment Authority of the County of Franklin. (February 17, 1960)
10-124. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate known as 81-85 West Washington Street, Chambersburg, and providing money to pay for the same. (July 26, 1960)
10-125. 
Authorizing the sale of certain real estate of the Borough on Harrison Avenue to Chambersburg Area Joint School Authority. (December 22, 1960) (This refers to two adjoining tracts along Harrison Avenue and Ludwig Avenue.)
10-126. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate on Loudon Street in Chambersburg, and providing money to pay for the same. (March 13, 1961)
10-127. 
Authorizing construction of additions and alterations to the Borough garage building on Loudon Street, awarding contracts for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (April 10, 1961)
10-128. 
Authorizing the purchase of two tracts of real estate on South Main Street and one tract of real estate on South Franklin Street in Chambersburg, and providing money to pay for the same. (July 10, 1961)
10-129. 
Authorizing the execution and delivery of a lease by the Borough as lessee of parking lots to be constructed in the Borough to the Chambersburg Borough Parking Authority, and the payment of rental thereunder. (September 30, 1961)
10-130. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate on East King Street in Chambersburg, and providing money to pay for the same. (September 13, 1962)
10-131. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate on West Queen Street in Chambersburg, and providing money to pay for the same. (December 13, 1962)
10-132. 
Authorizing the transfer of Borough real estate at Cedar and Smith Avenues to the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Franklin, Pennsylvania, and prescribing the terms thereof. (Ordinance 63-14, May 29, 1963)
10-133. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate along West Queen Street and Black Avenue in Chambersburg, and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 63-17, July 8, 1963)
10-134. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate on Lincoln Way East in Chambersburg, and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 63-18, July 8, 1963)
10-135. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate at the corner of South Franklin and West Queen Streets in Chambersburg and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 63-19, July 8, 1963)
10-136. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate on East Queen Street and a tract of real estate on Lincoln Way East in Chambersburg, and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 64-17, April 13, 1964)
10-137. 
Providing for the acquisition by eminent domain for Borough purposes of an easement and right of way over and under certain real estate in Greene and/or Guilford Townships, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, belonging to George R. Brindle and Margaret H. Brindle, his wife, and providing for the furnishing of a bond. (Ordinance 64-22, June 22, 1964)
10-138. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate in Greene Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 65-20, May 25, 1965) (This refers to 12 acres along U. S. Route 30.)
10-139. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate on South Coldbrook Avenue in Chambersburg and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 66-10, April 11, 1966)
10-140. 
Providing for the acquisition by eminent domain for Borough purposes of fee simple title in part and an easement and right of way in part in, over and under certain real estate in Guilford Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania belonging to Ira Smith Sheffler, Jr. and Carrie Elizabeth Crist Austin. (Ordinance 66-39, September 26, 1966)
10-141. 
Authorizing the purchase of a Univac 1004 computer and read punch and entering into a maintenance service agreement for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 66-45, December 12, 1966)
10-142. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate on Black Avenue in Chambersburg, and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 67-20, April 28, 1967)
10-143. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate on West King Street in Chambersburg and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 68-9, February 29, 1968)
10-144. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate on South Main Street in Chambersburg, and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 68-21, April 8, 1968)
10-145. 
Authorizing the construction of a general aviation airport for the Borough of Chambersburg, and awarding a contract for the same and providing for the payment thereof. (Ordinance 68-28, May 27, 1968)
10-146. 
Untitled resolution accepting a grant for development of the Chambersburg Airport from the Federal Aviation Agency. (Resolution 68-40, September 9, 1968)
10-147. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the purchase of 63.7 acres of land in Greene Township from the Chambersburg Area Development Corporation, and 10. 699 acres in Greene Township from Howard B. and Kathryn M. Knoll, for the Chambersburg Airport project. (Resolution 68-41, September 9, 1968)
10-148. 
Authorizing the construction of swimming and wading pools for the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 68-42, September 16, 1968)
10-149. 
Authorizing general construction work at the Chambersburg Park for the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 69-2, January 6, 1969)
10-150. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate on Clippinger Avenue on the Borough of Chambersburg and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 70-26, October 12, 1970)
10-151. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate on the east side of South Main Street in Chambersburg and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 71-6, April 16, 1971)
10-152. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate on the south side of Lincoln Way West in the Borough of Chambersburg and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 71-10, May 10, 1971)
10-153. 
Authorizing additions and alterations to the Municipal Building of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding contracts for the same and providing for the payment thereof. (Ordinance 72-10, February 16, 1972)
10-154. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate in Greene Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, adjoining other lands of the Borough of Chambersburg at the water filtration plant, and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 72-17, May 10, 1972)
10-155. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate fronting along Ludwig Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 72-18, May 10, 1972)
10-156. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate extending along Montgomery Alley between North Main Street and Central Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 72-26, May 24, 1972)
10-157. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate extending from the northern terminus of North Third Street between East King Street and Grant Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, from Penn Central Transportation Company, and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 72-31, June 14, 1972)
10-158. 
Authorizing the purchase of tracts of real estate along or adjacent to Fifth Avenue and Norland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 72-41, August 31, 1972)
10-159. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate at the northwest corner of Central Avenue and Ludwig Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg from the Harry M. Rhea estate and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 73-18, June 20, 1973) (This land was for a public parking area and other purposes.)
10-160. 
Authorizing the purchase of two tracts of real estate fronting along Grant Street from Redevelopment Authority of the County of Franklin and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 73-23, October 10, 1973) (This was for rounding off the corner of North Second Street and Grant Street, and for straightening a line of other Borough property.)
10-161. 
Authorizing the sale of a tract of real estate fronting along the east side of North Main Street in the Borough of Chambersburg to Redevelopment Authority of the County of Franklin. (Ordinance 74-4, January 16, 1974)
10-162. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate on North Second Street in Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, from Redevelopment Authority of the County of Franklin and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 74-5, January 16, 1974)
10-163. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate on the east side of North Second Street in the Borough of Chambersburg from Eleanor E. Brown et al., and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 74-9, February 20, 1974)
10-164. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate along Harrison Avenue adjoining other land of the Borough of Chambersburg from June Humphrey, administratrix C. T. A. of the estate of Nettie Bray Johnson, deceased, and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 74-18, March 27, 1974)
10-165. 
Authorizing the sale of a tract of real estate on Lincoln Way West in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 74-26, June 12, 1974)
10-166. 
Authorizing the purchase of an aerial ladder truck for the Fire Department of the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same and appropriating money for the payment thereof. (Ordinance 74-28, June 21, 1974)
10-167. 
Authorizing the sale of a tract of real estate on West Washington Street in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 74-31, July 12, 1974)
10-168. 
Authorizing the sale of a tract of real estate on East King Street in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 75-20, May 7, 1975)
10-169. 
Authorizing the sale of a tract of real estate on South Coldbrook Avenue in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 75-21, May 7, 1975)
10-170. 
Authorizing the construction of a new fire station on North Second Street in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, awarding contracts for the same and providing for the payment thereof. (Ordinance 75-23, May 21, 1975)
10-171. 
Authorizing the sale of a tract of real estate on Broad Street in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 75-24, May 28, 1975)
10-172. 
Authorizing the construction of an addition and alterations to the Good Will Fire Station on McKinley Street in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, awarding contracts for the same and providing for the payment thereof. (Ordinance 75-34, August 13, 1975)
10-173. 
Authorizing the sale of a tract of real estate on the south side of Lincoln Way East (Friendship Fire Station) in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 76-45, March 24, 1976)
10-174. 
Authorizing the sale of a tract of real estate on North Second Street (Junior Fire Station) in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 76-48, April 14, 1976)
10-175. 
Authorizing the sale of a tract of real estate on the south side of Lincoln Way East (Friendship Fire Station) in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 76-54, June 9, 1976)
10-176. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate partly in Greene Township and partly in the Borough of Chambersburg and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 77-16, May 25, 1977) (The property was to be used for Electric Department facilities.)
10-177. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate in the Borough of Chambersburg and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 77-20, July 27, 1977) This refers to the Martin property, approximately 0.964 acres, to be used for Electric Department facilities.)
10-178. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate from Harold C. Gabler and Eleanor S. Gabler for the purpose of constructing and installing facilities for the Electric Department of the Borough and for such other purposes as the Town Council of the Borough may direct. (Ordinance 80-14, October 8, 1980)
10-179. 
Authorizing the acquisition by eminent domain the following properties (which are more fully described in the ordinance); rear of 125, 127-129, and 133 South Main Street and a tract at the southeast corner of Ludwig and Central Avenues, to be used for public parking. (Ordinance 80-7, May 7, 1980)
10-180. 
Authorizing the purchase of a tract of real estate from the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Franklin in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, fronting along Hemlock Circle, said real estate to be purchased for parking and recreational uses. (Ordinance 80-11, July 9, 1980)
10-181. 
Establishing a Business Improvement District, authorizing improvements and imposing an assessment on each benefited property within the Business Improvement District. (Ordinance 81-10, June 10, 1981)
10-182. 
Authorizing the sale of a tract of real estate on the northwest corner of Reservoir Street and Elder Street in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 81-22, December 9, 1981)
10-183. 
Providing for the conveyance of a tract of real estate adjacent to Fifth Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg in exchange for another tract of real estate adjacent to Orchard Drive in the Borough of Chambersburg. (Ordinance 94-6, June 29, 1994)
10-184. 
Authorizing the Exchange and Acceptance by the borough of certain lands within the Borough of Chambersburg, subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 95-1, January 4, 1995)
10-185. 
Authorizing the sale by the Borough of Chambersburg of certain land within the Borough of Chambersburg subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 96-3, May 22, 1996)
10-186. 
Authorizing the acquisition by the Borough of Chambersburg of certain land within the Borough of Chambersburg, known locally as 135 South Main Street, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 96-7, September 11, 1996)
10-187. 
Authorizing the acquisition by the Borough of Chambersburg of certain land mostly within the Borough of Chambersburg and partially within the Township of Hamilton, situate along Commerce Street, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 96-8, September 11, 1996)
10-188. 
Authorizing the Acquisition by the Borough of Chambersburg or certain land within the Borough of Chambersburg, situate along South Second Street, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 98-6, July 8, 1998)
10-189. 
Authorizing the acquisition by the Borough of Chambersburg of certain land within Guilford Township, known as "Lot No. 26" in Chambers – 5 Business Park, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 99-4, February 24, 1999)
10-190. 
Authorizing the acquisition by the Borough of Chambersburg of certain land within the Borough of Chambersburg, situate along West Queen Street, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 99-5, March 24, 1999)
10-191. 
Authorizing the purchase by the Borough of Chambersburg of a tract of land within the Borough of Chambersburg, owned by the Chambersburg Area Development Corporation, subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 2000-10, October 11, 2000)
10-192. 
Authorizing the purchase by the Borough of Chambersburg of certain land within the Borough of Chambersburg, situate along the east side of Harrison Avenue (between East Queen Street and Ludwig Avenue), subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 2001-4, January 10, 2001)
10-193. 
Authorizing the sale by the Borough of Chambersburg of certain land with the Borough of Chambersburg, situate along the Falling Spring and Conococheague Creeks near North Main Street and West King Street, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 2001-8, April 11, 2001)
10-194. 
Authorizing the acquisition by the Borough of Chambersburg of certain land within the Borough of Chambersburg, situate in the Chambers 5 Business Park, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, known as Lot No. 32D subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 2002-16, October 8, 2002)
10-195. 
Authorizing the acquisition by the Borough of Chambersburg of certain land within the Borough of Chambersburg situate in the vicinity of North Main Street and West King Street, known as Lot No. 2 on Borough Subdivision Plan Re-1082, subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 2003-2, January 14, 2003)
10-196. 
Authorizing the sale by the Borough of Chambersburg of certain land within the Borough situate along Walker Road and Interstate, subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 2003-6, May 27, 2003)
10-197. 
Authorizing the sale by the Borough of Chambersburg of certain land situate along Airport Road in Greene Township, Franklin County, containing approximately 93 acres, together with certain clear zone easements, subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 2004-9, July 26, 2004)
10-198. 
Authorizing the acquisition by the Mayor and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg of certain real estate situate in Guilford Township, Franklin County, subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 2004-21, December 27, 2004)
10-199. 
Authorizing the sale by the Borough of Chambersburg of certain land partly within the Borough of Chambersburg and partly within Greene Township, situate along the exit 17 ramp of Interstate 81, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 2005-8, July 11, 2005)
10-200. 
Authorizing the acquisition by the Borough of Chambersburg of certain land within the Borough of Chambersburg, situate along the east side of Harrison Avenue and the south side of Ludwig Avenue, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 2005-13, October 31, 2005)
10-201. 
Authorizing the conveyance by the Borough of Chambersburg of certain land within the Borough of Chambersburg, situate along North Franklin Street, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, to the Chambersburg Area School District, said conveyance subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 2005-17, November 28, 2005)
10-202. 
Authorizing the sale by the Borough of Chambersburg of certain land within Greene Township, known as the former Horst Reservoir property, containing 2.02 +/- acres, subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 2006-8, August 28, 2006)
10-203. 
Authorizing the sale by the Borough of Chambersburg of certain land located within the municipal boundaries of Guilford Township, situate along Tower Road and Nitterhouse Drive, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, subject to certain terms and conditions. (Ordinance 2007-08, June 11, 2007)
10-204. 
Accepting land dedicated to the Borough to be used for the future construction of an extension of Parkwood Drive from the point of its present terminus in the Borough to the Borough of Chambersburg/Greene Township line. (Ordinance 2013-05, February 25, 2013)

XI SEWERS

11-1. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the installation of a sewerage system. (Resolution, May 7, 1907)
11-2. 
Adopting a system of public sewerage. (September 24, 1907)
11-3. 
Authorizing the construction of a sewage disposal plant, main sewers and a system of sanitary lateral sewers in the Borough of Chambersburg. (July 17, 1911) (For amendments to this ordinance, see Sections 11-4 and 11-7, below.)
11-4. 
To amend an ordinance of the Borough of Chambersburg, entitled "An Ordinance authorizing the construction of a sewage disposal plant, main sewers, and a system of sanitary lateral sewers in the Borough of Chambersburg," approved the 17th day of July, 1911, by adding to the plan therein referred to in Section 3 of the said ordinance, certain sewers. (March 7, 1912) (For ordinance amended by this ordinance, see Section 11-3, above. This provided for sewers in:
(1) 
Cedar Avenue
(2) 
Commerce Street
(3) 
Elm Street
(4) 
Heefner Alley
(5) 
Loudon Street
(6) 
Mt. Moriah Street
(7) 
Norland Avenue
(8) 
Poplar Street
(9) 
Scotland Avenue
(10) 
South Street
(11) 
Spring Street
(12) 
An unnamed alley running from Commerce Street to Park Street, and from the south side of Park Street to the intersection of Philadelphia Avenue and Norland Avenue.)
11-5. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the laying of sanitary lateral sewers on Central Alley, from King Street to Washington Street, and on Harrison Avenue, from Queen Street to Washington Street. (Resolution, June 3, 1912)
11-6. 
To assess the cost of certain sanitary lateral sewers built under the provisions of certain former ordinances of the Borough of Chambersburg as provided by Section 6 of an ordinance of the said Borough approved the 17th day of July, A. D., 1911, entitled, "An Ordinance authorizing the construction of a sewage disposal plant, main sewers and a system of sanitary lateral sewers in the Borough of Chambersburg," and providing for the issue of bonds, secured by the said assessments in accordance with the provisions of the Act of Assembly of the State of Pennsylvania approved the 15th day of June, 1911, P. L. 971. (July 15, 1912) (For ordinance referred to, see Section 11-3, above. This provided for assessments and the issue of sewer assessment bonds for sewers on:
(1) 
Garfield Street and Hollywell Avenue
(2) 
Hazel, Commerce and Vine Streets
(3) 
King Street
(4) 
Market Street
(5) 
Market and Hood Streets
(6) 
Norland Avenue
(7) 
Washington and Loudon Streets
(8) 
West Loudon Street.)
11-7. 
To amend "An Ordinance authorizing the construction of a sewage disposal plant, main sewers and a system of sanitary lateral sewers in the Borough of Chambersburg, " approved the 17th day of July, A.D. 1911. (October 17, 1912) (For ordinance amended by this ordinance, see Section 11-3, above. This changed the enabling Act for the ordinance from Act of Assembly approved April 29, 1889, P.L. 44, to an Act approved May 15, 1889, P.L. 220.)
11-8. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Ramsey Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg. (December 18, 1912)
11-9. 
Untitled resolution authorizing construction of a storm sewer on Queen Street. (Resolution, June 4, 1913)
11-10. 
Making certain private sanitary sewers public sewers. (December 31, 1913) (This refers to a sewer on Federal Street from Loudon Street to Market Street, then on Market Street to Garber Street, and to a sewer on Garber Street from Market Street to West King Street, then on West King Street to Federal Street.)
11-11. 
Providing for additional sanitary lateral sewers on parts of Catherine and Third Streets in the Borough of Chambersburg and awarding the contract for their construction. (August 12, 1914)
11-12. 
To provide for the extension of the public sewer northward on Fifth Avenue. (November 8, 1915)
11-13. 
Directing the construction of sanitary sewers upon certain highways of the Borough of Chambersburg. (November 17, 1916) (This refers to South Alley and Black Alley.)
11-14. 
Untitled resolution authorizing an agreement with Wilson College for building a storm sewer from Philadelphia Avenue through grounds of the College and emptying into Conococheague Creek. (Resolution, November 3, 1919)
11-15. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Edgar Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg. (June 7, 1920)
11-16. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Third Street in the Borough of Chambersburg. (June 7, 1920)
11-17. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Harrison Avenue and Ludwig Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg. (October 4, 1920)
11-18. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Harrison Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg. (October 4, 1920)
11-19. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Philadelphia Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg. (March 14, 1921)
11-20. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Water Street in the Borough of Chambersburg. (June 6, 1921)
11-21. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on portions of Blackberry Alley, Wood Alley, Ludwig Avenue, Burkhart Avenue and North Third Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa. (September 2, 1921)
11-22. 
Untitled ordinance authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on North Seventh Street and East King Street. (December 5, 1921)
11-23. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on portions of West Liberty Street, Cedar Avenue, McKinley and Fourth Streets in the Borough of Chambersburg. (April 3, 1922)
11-24. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on portions of Pleasant Street and Franklin Street in the Borough of Chambersburg. (September 7, 1922)
11-25. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on South Fourth Street and Montgomery Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg. (February 5, 1923)
11-26. 
Providing for laying of a storm sewer on Fourth Street, Queen Street and Lincoln Way East, for changing the grade of Fourth Street between Lincoln Way East and East King Street and appropriating funds for such purposes. (May 7, 1923)
11-27. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on portions of McKinley Street, Edgar Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (July 2, 1923)
11-28. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on portions of Scotland Avenue, Central Avenue, Burkhart Avenue and Ludwig Avenue. (October 1, 1923)
11-29. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on portions of Pleasant Street, Miller Street, South Main Street, North Fourth Street, West Catherine Street, West South Street, Cedar Street, Burkhart Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa. (May 5, 1924)
11-30. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Tolbert Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg. (July 7, 1924)
11-31. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on portions of Philadelphia Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa. (October 6, 1924)
11-32. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Commerce Street in the Borough of Chambersburg. (December 9, 1924)
11-33. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on portions of Tolbert Avenue and High Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa. (March 2, 1925)
11-34. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on portions of Pennsylvania Avenue and Scotland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa. (April 6, 1925)
11-35. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on portions of Reservoir Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa. (May 13, 1925)
11-36. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on portions of South Street and Cleveland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg. (July 10, 1925)
11-37. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on portions of High Street and Glen Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (November 2, 1925)
11-38. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on Loudon Street, public alley running between Loudon Street and Lincoln Way West, on Lincoln Way West, on Glen Street, on King Street, on High Street, on Grandview Avenue, on West Queen Street, and an alley running between Lincoln Way West and Grandview Avenue. (December 7, 1925)
11-39. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer line extending from Lincoln Way West northward to land of Alcesta B. Allday and sanitary sewer lines extending from Lincoln Way West southward to Loudon Street. (March 3, 1926)
11-40. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on portions of Seventh Street and Third Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa. (March 3, 1926)
11-41. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on portions of Center Street, Central Alley and Central Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa. (April 5, 1926)
11-42. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Garber Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa. (July 6, 1926)
11-43. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on South Main Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa. (October 4, 1926)
11-44. 
Authorizing the adoption of Borough Plan No. 30030 which provides for storm sewers in southeastern section of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, the construction of a storm sewer on a portion of West Washington Street and on a portion of Smith Alley in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, in conformity to said Plan No. 30030 and providing funds to pay for same. (June 6, 1927)
11-45. 
Authorizing the construction of a storm sewer on South Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Resolution, August 1, 1927)
11-46. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on portions of East King Street, Coldbrook Avenue, Nelson Street, Duncan Avenue, Lincoln Way East, Center Street and Rife Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (March 21, 1928)
11-47. 
Authorizing the construction of drainage structures on East Queen Street and Coldbrook Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing funds for the payment of the same. (June 7, 1928)
11-48. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Hood Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (October 8, 1928)
11-49. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Central Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg. (August 5, 1929)
11-50. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on Wilson Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg. (August 20, 1929)
11-51. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Norland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (September 5, 1930)
11-52. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Norland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (September 5, 1930)
11-53. 
Authorizing the construction of a storm sewer on a portion of Cedar Alley and on a portion of Smith Alley in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. in conformity to Borough Plan Number 30030, and providing funds to pay for the same. (November 18, 1931)
11-54. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on Cedar Avenue and on Smith Alley in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (December 7, 1931)
11-55. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Wilson Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (February 1, 1932)
11-56. 
Authorizing the construction of a storm sewer on a portion of Smith Alley, private property and a portion of Third Street in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, in conformity to Borough Plan Number 30030, and providing funds to pay for the same. (February 4, 1932)
11-57. 
Authorizing the construction of a storm sewer on a portion of a public alley and Fairground Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, in conformity to Borough Plan No. 18085, and providing funds to pay for same. (September 15, 1932)
11-58. 
Authorizing the construction of a storm sewer on a portion of a public alley, Fourth Street, Elm Avenue, public alley, Liberty Street, public alley and Catherine Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, in conformity to Borough Plan No. 30030, and providing funds to pay for same. (September 15, 1932)
11-59. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on McKinley Street, extended in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (August 24, 1933)
11-60. 
Authorizing the construction of a storm sewer on Elm Avenue and Burns Alley in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, in conformity to Borough Plan No. 30030, and providing funds to pay for the same. (November 25, 1933)
11-61. 
Authorizing the construction of a storm sewer and paving on North Second Street between the northern property line of Broad Street and the Falling Spring, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, in conformity to Borough Plan No. 12226, and providing funds to pay for the same. (November 29, 1933)
11-62. 
Authorizing, approving and ratifying the execution of a certain agreement between The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg and the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, marked "Borough Agreement No. St. 5. " (March 6, 1934) (This agreement was for a surface drainage pipe between Liberty Street and Smith Alley, across the Company's property.)
11-63. 
Authorizing the construction of a storm sewer and paving of North Second Street between the northern property line of Lincoln Way East and the southern property line of East King Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, in conformity to Borough Plan No. ERA-5, and providing funds to pay for the same. (December 15, 1934)
11-64. 
Authorizing the construction of a storm sewer on Loudon and Federal Streets, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, in conformity to Borough Plan No. ERA-3, and providing funds to pay for the same. (December 31, 1934)
11-65. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on South Fourth Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (June 3, 1935)
11-66. 
Authorizing the construction of a storm sewer on Burkhart Avenue and East Queen Street and additional inlets to storm sewer on Main Street and Lincoln Way East in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, in conformity with Borough Plan No. 18093, and appropriating monies to pay for the same. (November 4, 1935)
11-67. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Coldbrook Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (March 2, 1936)
11-68. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Pennsylvania Avenue and on Alexander Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (November 2, 1936)
11-69. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral connecting sewer on South Second Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (January 19, 1937)
11-70. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Wayne Avenue, on South Fourth Street, on Guilford Avenue, on Maryland Avenue, on Cumberland Avenue, on Highland Avenue, on Fifth Avenue, on Poplar Avenue and on Sixth Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (January 19, 1937)
11-71. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on East Catherine Street and on Coldbrook Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (March 2, 1937)
11-72. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Cleveland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (June 23, 1937)
11-73. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on South Fourth Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (August 2, 1937)
11-74. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on South Coldbrook Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (October 4, 1937)
11-75. 
Untitled resolution authorizing an agreement with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company for a sewer line on the Company's right of way from Liberty Street to an alley south of Catherine Street, and a sewer line across the right of way at Brandon. (Resolution, October 18, 1937)
11-76. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Rife Street and Center Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (December 28, 1937)
11-77. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on South Coldbrook Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (February 26, 1938)
11-78. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Alexander Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (May 2, 1938)
11-79. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on South Seventh Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (September 6, 1938)
11-80. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Vine Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (November 23, 1938)
11-81. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Central Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (June 6, 1939)
11-82. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Spring Street and Wagaman Alley in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (August 8, 1939)
11-83. 
Untitled resolution authorizing construction of a storm water drain on Garver Street. (Resolution, September 8, 1939)
11-84. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Stanley Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (November 7, 1939)
11-85. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on Stanley Avenue, Fifth Street, Coldbrook Avenue, Lortz Avenue, Glen Street and Heintzelman Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (April 1, 1940)
11-86. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on South Sixth Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (June 3, 1940)
11-87. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on Stanley Avenue, Fifth Street, Coldbrook Avenue and Lortz Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (July 23, 1940)
11-88. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on South Seventh Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (November 13, 1940)
11-89. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Wilson Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (March 4, 1941)
11-90. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Nelson Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (April 1, 1941)
11-91. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on East Liberty Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (June 10, 1941)
11-92. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Central Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (July 8, 1941)
11-93. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on Black Avenue and Gilbert Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (July 8, 1941)
11-94. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Highland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (August 4, 1941)
11-95. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on South Coldbrook Avenue, South Sixth Street, Lortz Avenue, Eighth Street and Garber Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection thereof against the abutting properties. (May 6, 1942)
11-96. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on South Fifth Street and Paul Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (March 4, 1946)
11-97. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Vine Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (April 1, 1946)
11-98. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Loudon Street, Elder Street, Reservoir Street, Gilbert Avenue, Nelson Street and Eighth Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (April 4, 1946)
11-99. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on South Fifth Street, Garfield Street and Lortz Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (February 8, 1947)
11-100. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Kraiss Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (March 3, 1947)
11-101. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Miller Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (August 7, 1947)
11-102. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on Blanchard Avenue, South Seventh Street, Floral Avenue, South Coldbrook Avenue and Edgar Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (October 8, 1948)
11-103. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on North Coldbrook Avenue, Duncan Avenue, High Street, East King Street, Eighth Street and Black Avenue. (November 8, 1948)
11-104. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on Highland Avenue, Kraiss Avenue, South Coldbrook Avenue and Middle Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (May 6, 1949)
11-105. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on Grandview Avenue and Heintzelman Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (May 17, 1949)
11-106. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on Cleveland Avenue and Lortz Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (October 7, 1949)
11-107. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Conner Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (November 7, 1949)
11-108. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on McKinley Street, South Sixth Street, Floral Avenue, South Coldbrook Avenue, Lortz Avenue, Brookview Avenue and West King Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (December 24, 1949)
11-109. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on Chestnut Street, Oak Street, North Seventh Street, and North Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (May 23, 1950)
11-110. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Alexander Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (July 17, 1950)
11-111. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on South Seventh Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (August 15, 1950)
11-112. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Stanley Court in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (January 29, 1951)
11-113. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on Chambers Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (August 6, 1951)
11-114. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on Ohio Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (September 10, 1951)
11-115. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Stanley Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (November 5, 1951)
11-116. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Burkhart Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (March 27, 1952)
11-117. 
Authorizing the construction of an 8" sanitary lateral sewer on South Fifth Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (April 28, 1952)
11-118. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Harrison Drive in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (September 2, 1953)
11-119. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on Stanley Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (September 29, 1953)
11-120. 
Authorizing the construction of an 8" sanitary lateral sewer on the West Commerce [Street] in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (April 20, 1954)
11-121. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on Middle Street and South Coldbrook Avenue in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (May 24, 1955)
11-122. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer on McKinley Street in Chambersburg, Pa. (January 23, 1956)
11-123. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers on South Sixth Street, Middle Street, Bender Avenue, Alexander Avenue, Roland Avenue, Carlton Avenue, and Horst Avenue in Chambersburg, Penna. (September 10, 1956)
11-124. 
Authorizing Glace & Glace, Inc., Consulting Engineers, to proceed with stage 3 in reference to plans for improving the Borough's sanitary sewage system and disposal plant and providing for payment for said services. (October 22, 1956)
11-125. 
Authorizing the execution and delivery of a deed or deeds conveying certain real estate and interests in real estate and all other property constituting the presently existing sanitary sewer system of The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg to the Municipal Authority of the Borough of Chambersburg; approving the proposed action of said Authority to construct certain improvements, alterations and additions to said sewer system, including the sewage treatment plant and all related facilities; authorizing the execution and delivery of a lease by said Borough as lessee of the sewer system as so acquired and as hereafter to be constructed by said Authority, and the payment of rental by said Borough; and approving the form, terms, covenants and conditions of said lease; granting said Authority certain rights in the streets, highways and alleys of the said Borough; providing for the execution of all papers and instruments necessary and proper for such purposes; and providing for the repeal of all ordinances inconsistent herewith. (July 11, 1957)
11-126. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer in North Seventh Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Penna. (July 22, 1957)
11-127. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer in Cedar Avenue in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (August 14, 1957) (This was from Washington Street southward, 450 feet.)
11-128. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer in West Loudon Street in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (April 14, 1958)
11-129. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer in Hudson Avenue and Scotland Avenue in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (August 13, 1958)
11-130. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer in Center Street in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (August 26, 1958)
11-131. 
Authorizing construction of a storm drainage project, awarding the contract and appropriating money to pay for the same. (February 26, 1959)
11-132. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer in Wayne Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (October 24, 1960)
11-133. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer in Highland Avenue in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 63-13, May 13, 1963)
11-134. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer in North Street in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 64-3, January 23, 1964)
11-135. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer in Stanley Avenue in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 64-19, April 27, 1964)
11-136. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary lateral sewer in Stanley Avenue in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 64-39, November 30, 1964)
11-137. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary lateral sewers, including a complete pumping station, force main and intercepting sewers and manholes related thereto, in that area in the Borough of Chambersburg bounded generally on the south by Norland Avenue, on the west by Scotland Avenue, on the north by Woodstock Road and on the east by the Pennsylvania Railroad, excluding, however, Scotland Avenue and Woodstock Road, and being the sewers shown on plans of the Borough of Chambersburg, E-90 and E-91, and assessing the cost thereof. (Ordinance 65-9, March 22, 1965)
11-138. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer in Wayne Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 67-8, February 15, 1967)
11-139. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer in Woodstock Road in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost and expenses thereof by the foot-front rule. (Ordinance 68-26, April 22, 1968)
11-140. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer in Edgar Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg and Greene Township, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 69-11, March 24, 1969)
11-141. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer in Roland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg and Greene Township, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 69-19, July 28, 1969)
11-142. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer in Stouffer Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 69-22, September 22, 1969)
11-143. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer in Wilson Avenue and Roland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 69-25, October 27, 1969)
11-144. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer in Roland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 70-22, September 14, 1970)
11-145. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer in McKinley Street and Brumbaugh Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 71-18, August 9, 1971)
11-146. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer in Brumbaugh Avenue and Locust Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 71-21, August 9, 1971)
11-147. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer on the south side of Lincoln Way East in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof. (Ordinance 71-30, October 26, 1971)
11-148. 
Authorizing the purchase of storm drainage pipe and accessories and authorizing the construction of storm sewers and appurtenances in the Brumbaugh Avenue area, and awarding contracts for the same and providing for the payment thereof. (Ordinance 71-39, December 30, 1971)
11-149. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer in Stouffer Avenue and Summers Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 72-7, February 14, 1972)
11-150. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer in Cumberland Avenue, Stouffer Avenue and East Brandon Drive in the Borough of Chambersburg, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 72-38, August 9, 1972)
11-151. 
Authorizing the purchase of storm drainage pipe and accessories, awarding the contract for the same and providing for the payment thereof. (Ordinance 72-51, December 27, 1972)
11-152. 
Authorizing the construction of storm sewers in the vicinity of Wayne Avenue awarding the contract for the same and providing for the payment thereof. (Ordinance 72-52, December 27, 1972)
11-153. 
Authorizing the purchase of storm drainage pipe, etc., awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 73-6, March 16, 1973)
11-154. 
Authorizing the construction of storm water drainage facilities, awarding the contracts for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 73-10, April 13, 1973)
11-155. 
Providing for the acquisition by eminent domain by the Borough of Chambersburg for Borough purposes of fee simple title in and to certain real estate in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, owned by Marine Corps League Home Association of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, Inc. (Ordinance 73-14, May 9, 1973) (This refers to land on Grant Street, to be used for storm water drainage facilities.)
11-156. 
Authorizing the construction of storm water drainage facilities, awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 73-15, June 6, 1973)
11-157. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer in the south side of Lincoln Way East in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 74-11, March 27, 1974)
11-158. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer in the north side of Lincoln Way East in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 74-12, March 27, 1974) (For amendment to this ordinance, see Section 11-159, below.)
11-159. 
Amending Section 1 of an ordinance entitled, "An ordinance authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer in the north side of Lincoln Way East in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties," passed March 27, 1974. (Ordinance 74-39, August 21, 1974) (For ordinance amended by this ordinance, see Section 11-158, above.)
11-160. 
Authorizing the Borough of Chambersburg to enter into license agreements with Penn Central Transportation Company trustees permitting construction of the Borough's interceptor sewer main under the railroad tracks of the Penn Central Transportation Company. (Ordinance 75-42, October 8, 1975)
11-161. 
Untitled resolution approving the license agreement providing for a storm sewer tunnel under the tracks of the Consolidated Rail Corporation (formerly the Pennsylvania Railroad), and appropriating $2,070, to cover preparation and the consideration fee of the agreement. (Resolution 76-66, September 8, 1976)
11-162. 
Relating to improvements to the Chambersburg Sewer Treatment Plant facilities and to the construction of an interceptor sewer, being ERA Project Nos. C-421074 and C-420914, awarding contracts for the same, ratifying and approving all agreements in reference thereto and providing money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 78-31, November 28, 1978) (The agreements were with the Townships of Guilford, Greene and Hamilton.)
11-163. 
Authorizing the construction of sanitary sewers in portions of Stanley Avenue and East Brandon Drive in the Borough of Chambersburg, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof. (Ordinance 80-9, June 11, 1980)
11-164. 
Revised the Official Plan for Liquid Waste Disposal to include the Georgetown West, Revised, development of George Harzell. (Resolution 83-2, February 9, 1983)
11-165. 
Revised the Official Plan for Liquid Waste Disposal to include the parcel of land of the Chambersburg Area Development Corporation. (Resolution 83-8, June 22, 1983)
11-166. 
Revised the Official Plan for Liquid Waste Disposal to include the Falling Springs Meadow development of William A. and Joan C. Gindlesperger. (Resolution 83-11, July 27, 1983)
11-167. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer in a portion of South Main Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania and providing for the assessment and collection of the costs and expenses thereof. (Ordinance 94-1, March 23, 1994)
11-168. 
Authorizing the construction of a sanitary sewer in a portion of South Main Street and a portion of Mill Road in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the costs and expenses thereof. (Ordinance 2009-14, June 15, 2009)

XII SIDEWALKS

12-1. 
Requiring sidewalks to be laid and maintained on certain streets of the Borough of Chambersburg, establishing curb lines thereon, and adopting profiles for the grades thereof. (August 12, 1916) (This refers to:
(1) 
Broad Street
(2) 
Catherine Street
(3) 
Garfield Street
(4) 
German Street
(5) 
Kennedy Street
(6) 
King Street
(7) 
Lincoln Way East
(8) 
S. Main Street
(9) 
McKinley Street
(10) 
Philadelphia Avenue
(11) 
Queen Street
(12) 
Second Street
(13) 
South Street
(14) 
Third Street
(15) 
Washington Street.)
12-2. 
Authorizing certain improvements on West Queen Street and Water Street. (December 27, 1955) (This refers to improvements to the sidewalks at the intersection of the streets.)
12-3. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the widening of Miller Street and the construction of a sidewalk on the portion of the street along the property of The Children's Aid Society of Franklin County and the School District of the Borough of Chambersburg. (Resolution, July 10, 1961)
12-4. 
Requiring sidewalks to be installed at certain parcels on Limekiln Drive and requiring the property owners to remove obstructions from the right-of-way. (Ordinance 2016-09, 10-24-2016)

XIII STREET RAILWAY ABANDONMENT

13-1. 
Authorizing the Chambersburg and Gettysburg Electric Railway Company to abandon certain portions of its railway and charter route located on certain portions of East Derbyshire Street, South Second Street and Lincoln Way West and providing regulations for the removal of its equipment therefrom. (August 2, 1920)
13-2. 
Untitled resolution relieving the Chambersburg and Gettysburg Electric Railway Company from all trolley service except on Queen Street, Lincoln Way East, the service from the public square to the east Borough line, and the Caledonia line. (Resolution, April 6, 1925)
13-3. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the abandonment of the Chambersburg and Gettysburg Street Railway Company's lines from Derbyshire Street to the intersection of Edgar and Park Avenues. (Resolution, April 5, 1926)
13-4. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the abandonment of the Chambersburg, Greencastle and Waynesboro Street Railway Company's lines on Lincoln Way East. (Resolution, March 28, 1928)
13-5. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the abandonment of the lines of the Chambersburg, Greencastle and Waynesboro Street Railway Company and the Chambersburg and Shippensburg Railway Company from the public square to the north Borough line on Edgar Avenue. (Resolution, March 28, 1928)
13-6. 
Authorizing the execution of a contract with the Chambersburg, Greencastle and Waynesboro Street Railway Company and the Chambersburg and Shippensburg Railway Company, providing the terms and conditions upon which the said companies may abandon their lines in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and be relieved from all future franchise obligations. (June 4, 1928)

XIV STREETS

14-1. 
Untitled ordinance widening Franklin Street from King Street to the Cedar Grove Cemetery, to an extra width of 7 feet at King Street and 3 feet 8 inches at the Cemetery. (August 14, 1867)
14-2. 
Untitled ordinance opening an alley running eastward from Third Street to the private alley running north and south at the east end of property of George Pressler, (August 14, 1867)
14-3. 
Untitled ordinance opening an unnamed alley from Franklin Street west to an unnamed alley between lands of Jacob Eby and S. F. Greenawalt. (August 14, 1867)
14-4. 
Untitled ordinance opening Grant Street between Second Street and Third Street. (August 14, 1867)
14-5. 
Untitled ordinance extending King Street east to intersect with a new street running north from Market Street. (October 29, 1867)
14-6. 
Untitled ordinance extending Fourth Street to the Borough line, on the property of Adam Arras, and north from Queen Street to King Street, German Street, Catherine Street, and King Street, east to Fourth Street as extended, and ordaining a new street, from West King Street south to Loudon Street. (August 15, 1872)
14-7. 
Ordaining new street. (May 3, 1875) (This refers to Federal Street, from King Street to Loudon Street.)
14-8. 
Extension of Water Street southward. (May 10, 1875)
14-9. 
Untitled ordinance opening an alley from the lands of Henry Shepler 255 feet 3 inches to a public alley. (December 3, 1877)
14-10. 
Untitled ordinance ordaining Vine Street, from Broad Street westward to the Borough line. (August 1, 1881)
14-11. 
Untitled ordinance ordaining Hood Street from West Market Street north to King Street, and vacating the portion of Water Street lying between Market Street and King Street. (August 9, 1881)
14-12. 
Untitled ordinance extending South Main Street to Lincoln Street; and South Second Street to a point opposite of the same point and taking the land known as the Franklin County Fairground to be a part of the Borough. (February 26, 1883)
14-13. 
Untitled ordinance opening South Main Street, from South Street to Lincoln Street; South Second Street, from Catherine Street to Lincoln Street; Fair Ground Avenue, from Borough line south to Lincoln Street; and Lincoln Street, from South Main Street to South Second Street. (August 7, 1883)
14-14. 
Untitled ordinance opening Fair Ground Avenue, from the Borough line north to Garfield Street; and Boyer Street, from the east Borough line to the west Borough line. (March 5, 1884) (For amendment to this ordinance, see Section 14-25, below.)
14-15. 
Ordaining East King Street. (August 8, 1888) (This opened the street from Third Street to the J. G. Scheible property.)
14-16. 
Ordaining Garber Street. (February 25, 1889) (This opened the street from West Market Street to West King Street.)
14-17. 
Extending East King Street, and opening Fifth Avenue. (September 8, 1890) (East King Street was extended east to the Borough line; Fifth Avenue was opened from East Market Street to the Falling Spring.)
14-18. 
Ordaining certain streets and parts of streets. (December 21, 1892) (This refers to:
(1) 
Fifth Avenue, from Falling Spring to a point 1930 feet northeastwardly;
(2) 
Fourth Street, from Falling Spring to Grant Street;
(3) 
Grant Street, from North Third Street to lands deeded to the Borough by the Chambersburg Land and Improvement Company.
(4) 
Grant Street, from the line of land of the Cumberland Valley Railroad Company to an alley east of Fifth Avenue;
(5) 
Kennedy Street, from East King Street to the Falling Spring;
(6) 
Kennedy Street, from Falling Spring to a point 2480 feet northwardly;
(7) 
East King Street, from Fifth Avenue to Eberly's Lane;
(8) 
North Street, from Kennedy Street to an alley east of Fifth Avenue; and
(9) 
Stewart Street, from Kennedy Street to an alley east of Fifth Avenue.)
14-19. 
Ordaining Sixth Street, from East Washington Street to East King Street. (January 9, 1893)
14-20. 
Ordaining Nelson Street. (October 2, 1893) (This refers to the portion between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Street.)
14-21. 
Giving permission for the grading of North Main Street. (Resolution, June 6, 1894) (This refers to the portion in front of Wilson College.)
14-22. 
Ordaining Commerce Street. (February 29, 1896) (This opened the street from North Main Street westwardly to the Borough line.)
14-23. 
Ordaining High Street. (July 21, 1896) (This opened the street from North Franklin Street westwardly 942 feet 3.5 inches.)
14-24. 
Ordaining Montgomery Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa., and declaring the same open to public use. (April 17, 1901) (This opened the street from Fifth Avenue to Eberly's Lane at the Borough limits.)
14-25. 
Amending an ordinance passed by The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa., March 5, 1884, and changing the title of a street from Boyer Street to McKinley Street. (September 21, 1901) (For ordinance amended by this ordinance, see Section 14-14, above.)
14-26. 
Extending West Queen Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, from South Federal Street to South Franklin Street and ordaining certain alleys crossing said street and running parallel therewith. (October 16, 1902)
14-27. 
Ordaining and opening for public use College Avenue, Edgar Avenue, and Park Avenue. (January 12, 1905) (This opened College Avenue, from Philadelphia Avenue to Edgar Avenue; Edgar Avenue, from College Avenue to Park Avenue; and Park Avenue, from Philadelphia Avenue to Edgar Avenue.)
14-28. 
Vacating and closing that portion of Philadelphia Avenue between College Avenue and Park Avenue. (January 12, 1905)
14-29. 
Closing and vacating Park Avenue and vacating and closing Philadelphia Avenue between Park Avenue and the northern line of the Borough. (July 11, 1905) (This refers to Park Avenue between Philadelphia and Edgar Avenues.)
14-30. 
Extending German Street and ordaining Elm Avenue of the Borough of Chambersburg. (February 20, 1906) (This refers to German Street from Fourth Street to the east Borough line, and Elm Avenue from Fourth Street eastwardly 329. 1 feet to an alley.)
14-31. 
Changing the name of Broad Street extended to Wilson Avenue; and the name of Prospect Street to Scotland Avenue. (July 5, 1906)
14-32. 
Ordaining Park Avenue. (January 16, 1907) (This refers to the portion from Edgar Avenue to Scotland Avenue.
14-33. 
Untitled ordinance extending McKinley Street from Second Street to Central Alley, and opening several alleys across the Mary C. Wood property. (February 5, 1907)
14-34. 
Changing the name of Montgomery Alley to Martin Avenue. (April 8, 1907) (This ordained Martin Avenue from Federal Street to North Franklin Street.)
14-35. 
Ordaining College Avenue. (April 13, 1907) (This refers to the portion from Edgar Avenue to Scotland Avenue.)
14-36. 
Untitled ordinance ordaining Chambers Street from North Main Street to the Conococheague Creek, Wolf Avenue from Chambers Street to Hazel Street, Rose Street from Wolf Avenue to an alley running from Hazel Street, and several alleys. (June 10, 1907)
14-37. 
Ordaining and reordaining certain streets in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (July 7, 1908) (This refers to:
(1) 
Catherine Street, between Borough lines;
(2) 
Commerce Street, from Broad Street to Hood Street;
(3) 
Fourth Street, from Lincoln Street to Grant Street;
(4) 
Federal Street, from the Conococheague Creek to Miller Street;
(5) 
Franklin Street, from Loudon Street to Strasburg Road;
(6) 
Fairground Avenue, from Garfield Street to Lincoln Street;
(7) 
Fifth Avenue, from Market Street to Kennedy Street;
(8) 
Garber Street, from Market Street to Franklin Street;
(9) 
German Street, between Borough lines;
(10) 
Grant Street, from Fifth Avenue to Philadelphia Avenue;
(11) 
Hood Street, from Market Street to Commerce Street;
(12) 
Kennedy Street, from East King Street to the Borough line;
(13) 
East King Street, from Third Street to the southeast Borough line;
(14) 
Lincoln Street, from Fourth Street to the Borough line;
(15) 
South Main Street, from South Street to the Greencastle Road;
(16) 
McKinley Street, from Fourth Street to Central Alley;
(17) 
Nelson Street, from Fourth Street to the Borough line;
(18) 
North Street, from the Cumberland Valley Railroad to Broad Street;
(19) 
South Second Street, from Catherine Street to Lincoln Street;
(20) 
Stewart Street, from Fifth Avenue to Kennedy Street; and
(21) 
Sixth Street, from the south Borough line to Falling Spring.)
14-38. 
Untitled ordinance naming Poplar Avenue. (December 10, 1908)
14-39. 
Authorizing The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg to enter into a contract in writing with A. Buchanan and E. N. Hutton, partners trading as East End Land Company, with a view to passing a certain ordinance or ordinances, ordaining or reordaining certain streets and alleys and establishing grades. (June 7, 1909) (This provided for the conveyance of certain lands to the Borough for streets, including a street located in the area of German Street, Fourth Street, Sixth Street and Catherine Street.)
14-40. 
Vacating and closing the alley beginning on Stewart Street, near its west end, and running thence in a northeasterly direction, parallel with Kennedy Street, and thence in a direction parallel with Stewart and North Streets to the north and south alley near Fifth Avenue. (July 17, 1911)
14-41. 
Vacating and closing North Street. (July 17, 1911) (This refers to the portion between Kennedy Street and Fifth Avenue.)
14-42. 
Vacating and closing the east and west alley parallel with North Street. (July 17, 1911) (This refers to the portion between Kennedy Street and Fifth Avenue.)
14-43. 
Vacating and closing the east and west alley extending from Kennedy Street to Fifth Avenue north of North Street. (July 17, 1911)
14-44. 
Vacating and closing a portion of Fifth Avenue. (July 17, 1911) (This refers to the portion from the northern terminus to a point 529 feet southwardly.)
14-45. 
Vacating and closing a portion of South Street. (July 17, 1911) (This refers to the portion from the Cumberland Valley Railroad tracks to Tolbert Alley.)
14-46. 
Vacating and closing a portion of the east and west alley immediately south of Catherine Street. (July 17, 1911) (This refers to the portion from the Cumberland Valley Railroad tracks to Tolbert Alley.)
14-47. 
Vacating and closing a portion of the east and west alley between German and Catherine Streets. (July 17, 1911) (This refers to the portion from 12 feet east of the property line between the Burkhart and Oyler properties to an alley 119 feet eastwardly.)
14-48. 
Vacating and closing a portion of the north and south alley running in a southerly direction from German Street. (July 17, 1911) (This refers to the portion south of German Street.)
14-49. 
Vacating and closing a portion of the north and south alley running north from German Street, parallel with Mt. Moriah Street. (July 17, 1911) (This refers to the portion from German Street to an alley 370 feet northwardly.)
14-50. 
Vacating and closing a portion of the alley running east from Mt. Moriah Street in the rear of properties formerly of Charles Foreman, William Keefer, Charles Mickey and Susan Bowers. (July 17, 1911) (This refers to the portion from Mt. Moriah Street to an alley 121 feet eastwardly.)
14-51. 
Vacating and closing a portion of the east and west alley south of Washington Street. (July 17, 1911) (This refers to the portion from the alley parallel with Mt. Moriah Street to a point 142 feet eastwardly.)
14-52. 
Vacating and closing the north and south alley running south from Market Street to Queen Street. (July 17, 1911)
14-53. 
Vacating and closing the north and south alley known as "Kerr's Alley," running north from Market Street. (July 17, 1911)
14-54. 
Vacating and closing a portion of the east and west alley, between Market and King Streets immediately in the rear of properties formerly owned by Ella Strickler, the Misses Etter, Thomas Kerr, J. R. Kerr and Brother, John Wood, and Samuel Rinehart. (July 17, 1911)
14-55. 
Vacating and closing a portion of Kennedy Street. (July 17, 1911) (This refers to the portion from the property of the Nelson Shoe Company to the northeastern terminus.)
14-56. 
Vacating and closing Stewart Street. (July 17, 1911) (This refers to the portion from Kennedy Street to Fifth Avenue.)
14-57. 
Vacating and closing the north and south alley parallel with Kennedy Street, beginning at a point on the north side of Grant Street near Kennedy Street and running thence to Stewart Street. (July 17, 1911)
14-58. 
Vacating and closing the north and south alley running north from Grant Street to its northern terminus between Fifth Avenue and Kennedy Street north of North Street. (July 17, 1911)
14-59. 
Vacating and closing the north and south alley commencing on Grant Street at a point opposite Fourth Street and running north to the east and west alley between Stewart and Grant Streets. (July 17, 1911)
14-60. 
Vacating and closing the east and west alley between Stewart and Grant Streets parallel with Stewart Street. (July 17, 1911)
14-61. 
Untitled resolution accepting Grant Street as improved by the Cumberland Valley Railroad Company. (Resolution, August 31, 1912)
14-62. 
Ordaining and opening for public use "Cleveland Avenue." (January 4, 1913) (This refers to the portion from Catherine Street to the private land of Dr. W. B. Haycock.)
14-63. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the grading of Sixth Street, between Washington Street and Catherine Street. (April 22, 1913)
14-64. 
Providing for the grading, paving and curbing of certain streets of the Borough of Chambersburg, under the provisions of the Act of Assembly of May 12th, 1911, P. L. 288, and regulating the opening of such streets. (May 24, 1913) (This refers to:
(1) 
The public square;
(2) 
South Main Street, from the public square to Washington Street;
(3) 
North Main Street, from the public square to the northern property line of Diehl, Ornwake and Diehl;
(4) 
West Market Street, from the public square to the Conococheague Creek; and
(5) 
East Market Street, from the property line of W. F. Skinner to Second Street.)
14-65. 
Renaming Market Street and Baltimore Avenue within the Borough of Chambersburg. (Resolution, March 15, 1915) (The streets were renamed Lincoln Way East and West.)
14-66. 
Changing the name of Lincoln Street to Derbyshire Street. (Resolution, June 12, 1915)
14-67. 
Providing for the grading, paving and curbing of that portion of Lincoln Way East in the Borough of Chambersburg, lying between Second Street on the west and Third Street on the east, under the provisions of the Act of Assembly of May 12, 1911, P.L. 288. (June 14, 1915)
14-68. 
Providing for the grading, paving, curbing and draining of certain streets of the Borough of Chambersburg, under the provisions of Chapt. 6, Article 7, Sec. 9 of the Act of Assembly of May 14, 1915, known as the "General Borough Act. " (March 15, 1916) (This refers to:
(1) 
Lincoln Way West, from the Market Street bridge to Garber Street;
(2) 
North Main Street, from the north property line of Diehl, Ornwake and Diehl, to a point 230 feet north of Chambers Street; and
(3) 
South Main Street, from Washington Street to Catherine Street.
(4) 
This ordinance was repealed insofar as inconsistent with the ordinances listed in Sections 14-97 and 14-102, below, by an ordinance of May 21, 1928.)
14-69. 
Adopting General Plan for the Borough of Chambersburg. (July 14, 1916) (This plan was on file in the Borough Engineer's office, known as Borough Plan No. 400, which was a general plan of streets.)
14-70. 
Authorizing the improvement of Hood Street in the Borough of Chambersburg. (September 20, 1916) (This refers to the portion north of King Street.)
14-71. 
Laying out Norland Avenue between Scotland Avenue and the west property line of the C.V.R.R. Co. (May 29, 1917)
14-72. 
Changing the name of German Street to Liberty Street. (April 1, 1918)
14-73. 
To vacate a proposed street on the General Borough Plan known as Race Street. (September 2, 1918) (This refers to the portion from Commerce Street to Vine Street.)
14-74. 
Consenting to certain changes in the Plan of Lots of the East End Land Company and directing the Borough Engineer to make the same changes on the General Borough Map. (Resolution, February 2, 1920) (This vacated certain alleys and made them a part of the lots abutting them.)
14-75. 
Vacating part of Pennsylvania Avenue, Fulton Avenue, Reynolds Avenue, Meade Avenue, and certain alleys and abandoning all right of the public thereon. (November 8, 1920) (This refers to the portions of: Pennsylvania Avenue and Fulton Avenue from Philadelphia Avenue to the right-of-way of the Baltimore and Cumberland Valley Railroad Extension Company; Reynolds Avenue, Meade Avenue, an alley between Philadelphia Avenue and Reynolds Avenue, and an alley between Reynolds Avenue and Meade Avenue, from Hudson Avenue to the northern boundary line of Wilson College; and an alley adjacent to the right-of-way of the Baltimore and Cumberland Valley Railroad Extension Company from Hudson Avenue to the Conococheague Creek.)
14-76. 
Changing the location of the center line of Philadelphia Avenue, from Norland Avenue northward to the Borough line, on Borough Map 400. (Resolution, December 6, 1920)
14-77. 
Untitled resolution conveying that portion of Eberly's Lane lying outside the proposed boundaries of Seventh Street to abutting property owners. (Resolution, November 4, 1921)
14-78. 
Ordaining North Seventh Street. (December 5, 1921) (This refers to the portion from Lincoln Way East to Montgomery Avenue.)
14-79. 
Ordaining and authorizing the opening for public use of a portion of Glen Street and a portion of West King Street. (January 2, 1923) (This refers to Glen Street from Lincoln Way West to High Street; West King Street from Garber Street to Grandview Avenue.)
14-80. 
Providing for laying of a storm sewer on Fourth Street, Queen Street and Lincoln Way East, for changing the grade of Fourth Street between Lincoln Way East and East King Street and appropriating funds for such purpose. (May 7, 1923)
14-81. 
Providing [for] and laying out, establishing grade of and opening McKinley Street from Fourth Street westward to Main Street. (May 5, 1924)
14-82. 
Providing for and laying out, establishing the grade of and opening Lincoln Way West from Glen Street westward to the Borough line. (May 5, 1924)
14-83. 
Providing for permanent paving of Electric Light Alley and Wagaman Alley in the Borough of Chambersburg. (June 2, 1924) (This refers to Electric Light Alley from the right-of-way of the Pennsylvania Railroad to a point 801 feet westwardly and Wagaman Alley from Main Street to a point 237 feet westwardly.)
14-84. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade of and opening a street to be called West Commerce Street, from Hood Street westward to the Borough line. (December 9, 1924)
14-85. 
Establishing the building and pavement lines and the grades of Philadelphia Avenue from the end of the brick paving in front of the Falling Spring Church northward to Commerce Street. (June 1, 1925)
14-86. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade of and opening a street to be called Glenn Street from the present terminus of the center line of the present Glenn Street northward to the property of J. Rudfrew, a street to be called Bishop Avenue, extending westward from Glenn Street 250 feet, and a street to be called High Street extending from Garber Street westward to Glenn Street. (November 2, 1925)
14-87. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade of and opening a street to be called Hood Street from West King Street northward to Commerce Street. (December 7, 1925)
14-88. 
Authorizing and directing the paving, grading and curbing of Ludwig Avenue, from the western property line of Harrison Avenue to the western curb line of South Third Street; of Central Avenue, from the southern curb line of Lincoln Way East to the northern curb line of East Queen Street; of Vine Street, from the western curb line of Broad Street to the eastern curb line of Philadelphia Avenue, including the necessary drainage thereof and providing for the payment of the cost and expenses thereof. (April 5, 1926)
14-89. 
Establishing the grade of Water Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, from South Street northward to Queen Street. (June 7, 1926)
14-90. 
Providing for the permanent paving of a portion of Burkhart Avenue west of Central-Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Penna. (July 6, 1926)
14-91. 
Untitled resolution granting permission to the State Highway Department to pave the unpaved portions of Philadelphia Avenue, Main Street, and Lincoln Way. (Resolution, August 16, 1926)
14-92. 
Taking over and ordaining as public streets of the Borough of Chambersburg, certain streets in Kenwood Park in the Borough of Chambersburg, namely Kenwood Road, Edgar Avenue, Riddle Road and Scotland Road. (November 8, 1926)
14-93. 
Authorizing and directing the paving, grading and curbing of Black Avenue from the southern curb line of Lincoln Way West to the northern curbing of West Queen Street, including the necessary drainage thereof and providing for the payment of the cost and expenses thereof. (May 2, 1927)
14-94. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade of and opening a street to be called Wayne Avenue, from Cleveland Avenue south-eastward to the Borough line. (June 6, 1927)
14-95. 
Requiring all public service companies and abutting property owners on that portion of Philadelphia Avenue and North Main Street extending from a point near the entrance of Wilson College southward to the northern end of the brick paving on North Main Street and on that portion of South Main Street extending from the southern end of the brick paving on South Main Street southward to the southern Borough line of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, to lay all necessary pipes and make all necessary connections for sewerage, water, gas, heating, lighting or any other purpose within ten days after the approval of this ordinance. (July 14, 1927) (This was so that improvements could be made on the streets mentioned.)
14-96. 
Approving 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 improvements on Philadelphia Avenue, North Main Street and South Main Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (July 14, 1927)
14-97. 
Authorizing and directing the paving of Philadelphia Avenue, North Main Street and South Main Street, from a point near the entrance to Wilson College to the northern end of the brick paving on North Main Street and from the southern end of the brick paving on South Main Street to the southern Borough line in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa., together with the necessary grading and drainage therefor and authorizing the execution of proper contracts for the performance of such improvement, and providing for the payment of the cost and expense of the same, part of which is provided by assessments against abutting property owners. (July 18, 1927)
14-98. 
Ordaining and opening to public use a certain alley to be called Silk Alley. (November 7, 1927) (This alley extended from a 16-foot alley running east and west between Scotland Avenue and the right-of-way of the Pennsylvania Railroad.)
14-99. 
Vacating and closing to public use a certain alley known as Silk Alley, in the Borough of Chambersburg. (January 3, 1928) (The alley was vacated in its entirety, as opened in the ordinance listed in Section 14-98, above.)
14-100. 
Untitled resolution granting permission to the State Highway Department to pave the unpaved portions of Lincoln Way. (Resolution, January 21, 1928)
14-101. 
Requiring all public service companies and abutting property owners on that portion of Lincoln Way East extending from the eastern Borough line of the Borough of Chambersburg westward to the west side of Third Street, and from a point 60 feet east of the eastern building line of Central Avenue to the eastern property line of Memorial Square, and on that portion of Lincoln Way West extending from the western end of the brick paving westward to the western Borough line of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, to lay all necessary pipes and make all necessary connections for sewerage, water, gas, heating, lighting, or any other purpose within ten days after the approval of this ordinance. (April 2, 1928) (This was so that improvements could be made on the street.)
14-102. 
Authorizing and directing the paving of Lincoln Way East between the eastern Borough line and the west side of Third Street, and between a point 60 feet east of the eastern property line of Central Avenue and the eastern property line of Memorial Square, and Lincoln Way West between the western end of the brick paving on that street and the western Borough line in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, together with the necessary grading and drainage therefor and authorizing the execution of proper contracts for the construction of such improvement and providing for the payment of the cost and expense of the same, part of which is provided for by assessments against abutting property owners. (April 16, 1928)
14-103. 
Authorizing the paving with concrete of Lincoln Way East from a point 60 feet east of the eastern building line of Central Alley to the eastern building line of Second Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the payment of the cost of the same by The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and appropriating moneys to pay the Borough's share of the cost of construction of the same. (August 3, 1928)
14-104. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the reconstruction of curbs on Lincoln Way necessitated by the change in grade caused by paving. (Resolution, October 8, 1928)
14-105. 
Authorizing and directing the paving, grading and curbing of Central Avenue from the northern curb line of East King Street to the present concrete paving at Electric Light Alley; of Burkhart Avenue, from the western curb line of South Second Street to the eastern property line of Central Avenue; of Ludwig Avenue, from the eastern curb line of South Second Street to the western property line of Harrison Avenue; of Central Avenue, from the southern curb line of East Queen Street to the northern curb line of East Washington Street; of Black Avenue, from the southern curb line of West Queen Street to the northern curb line of West Washington Street; of Harrison Avenue, from the northern curb line of East Queen Street to the southern curb line of East King Street; including the necessary drainage thereof, and providing for the payment of the cost and expenses thereof part of which is provided for by assessments against abutting property owners. (May 14, 1929)
14-106. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the paving of Ramsey Avenue, from Wilson Avenue to Scotland Avenue; Norland Avenue, from Wilson Avenue to Scotland Avenue; Wilson Avenue, from Park Avenue to Ramsey Avenue; Hollywell Avenue from Gilbert Avenue to Farm Bridge; Fourth Street, from Liberty Street to Washington Street; Center Street, from Franklin Street to Center Street; Reservoir Street from reservoir to Rife Street. (Resolution, June 3, 1929)
14-107. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the exchange of land on the boundaries of Hood Street, with the Western Maryland Railway Company and the Baltimore and Cumberland Valley Railroad Extension Company, moving the lines of Hood Street westward. (Resolution, September 10, 1930)
14-108. 
Authorizing and directing that the eastern and western boundaries of Hood Street, between Lincoln Way West and West King Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, be moved westward as shown on Borough Plan No. 12226, vacating the portion of Hood Street no longer to be used as a street or highway, authorizing the conveyances necessary to effect such change, ordaining said Hood Street as so changed and establishing the grades thereof. (October 24, 1930)
14-109. 
Authorizing and directing the paving of Hood Street from the northern curb line of Lincoln Way West northward to the southern curb line of West King Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, together with the necessary grading and drainage thereof, and authorizing the execution of such improvement by the Borough and providing for the payment of the cost and expense of the same, part of which is provided for by assessments against abutting property owners. (November 17, 1930)
14-110. 
Providing for the plotting of a street to be called West Queen Street from Water Street to Loudon Street, of a street to be called West Loudon Street from West Queen Street to the western Borough line and of a street to be called South Franklin Street from Loudon Street to West Queen Street on the General Plan for the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (June 3, 1931)
14-111. 
Establishing the grade of East Liberty Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, from Second Street eastward to Mt. Moriah Street. (May 5, 1932)
14-112. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade of and opening a street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pa., to be called "Fourth Street," extending from McKinley Street southwestward to Wayne Avenue. (January 12, 1933)
14-113. 
Authorizing the purchase of certain real estate located along Fourth Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa., from the Chambersburg, Greencastle and Waynesboro Street Railway Company and South Penn Power Company, for the purpose of widening said Fourth Street and releases of certain rights of way owned by said companies in the vicinity of said street, as now laid out on the Borough Plan. (February 7, 1933)
14-114. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade of and opening a street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pa. to be called "McKinley Street," extending from Fourth Street eastward to the center line of the proposed extension of Fifth Street. (October 9, 1933)
14-115. 
Requiring all public service companies and all abutting property owners on Wayne Avenue and Garfield Street, streets in the Borough of Chambersburg, to place all necessary underground pipes and conduits, as well as all other pipes, poles and wires and make sewer connections. (November 20, 1933) (This was so that improvements could be made on the streets.)
14-116. 
Authorizing the construction of a storm sewer and paving on North Second Street between the northern property line of Broad Street and the Falling Spring, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, in conformity to Borough Plan No. 12226, and providing funds to pay for the same. (November 29, 1933)
14-117. 
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 Wayne Avenue and Garfield Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (December 21, 1933) (This refers to the portion from Station 680+19.61 to Station 723+09, a distance of 4,289.39 feet.)
14-118. 
Approving the plans of the Department of Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, showing proposed improvements on Wayne Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Resolution, March 5, 1934) (This refers to the portion from Station 702+50 to Station 710+00, a distance of 746.12 feet.)
14-119. 
Vacating and closing to public use a portion of a certain alley, known as Burkhart Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (April 23, 1934) (This refers to the portion from the east bank of the Conococheague Creek to a point 115 west of the west bank.)
14-120. 
Approving and establishing the lines, grades, courses, drainage structures and all other structures appearing in Borough Plan No. 24132, showing proposed improvement on a portion of Wayne Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (July 9, 1934) (This refers to the portion from Station 702+50 to Station 710+00, a distance of 746.12 feet.)
14-121. 
Authorizing the construction of a storm sewer and paving of North Second Street between the northern property line of Lincoln Way East and the southern property line of East King Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, in conformity to Borough Plan No. ERA-5, and providing funds to pay for the same. (December 15, 1934)
14-122. 
Vacating and closing to public use the nine foot, one inch alley lying between Third Street and Mt. Moriah Street, and extending from the twelve foot alley running east and west from Third Street to Mt. Moriah Street, and located approximately 179 feet south of Washington Street to the 12 foot alley running east and west from Third Street and located approximately 395 feet south of Washington Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (August 6, 1935)
14-123. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade of and opening an alley to be called "Zentmyer Alley" extending from Lincoln Way West northward and thence eastward, in the Borough of Chambersburg. (December 2, 1935)
14-124. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade of and opening a street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, to be called "Coldbrook Avenue," extending from Lincoln Way East southward six hundred feet. (March 2, 1936)
14-125. 
Changing the western boundary line of Hood Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, between an alley located about 230 feet north of King Street and an alley located about 331 feet south of Center Street. (December 8, 1936)
14-126. 
Vacating that portion of the street or highway in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, known as "Long Lane," which extends from Fourth Street to Fifth Street. (August 2, 1937)
14-127. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade of and opening a street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, to be called "Stanley Avenue," extending from Fourth Street to Fifth Street. (August 2, 1937)
14-128. 
Ordaining and authorizing the opening for public use of two alleys to be known as Brandon Alley No. 1 and Brandon Alley No. 2. (March 8, 1939) (This refers to two alleys running between Fourth and Fifth Streets, northeast of Cumberland and Highland Avenues.)
14-129. 
Vacating and closing for public use two alleys known as Brandon Alley No. 1 and Brandon Alley No. 2. (July 5, 1939) (This vacated the alleys as opened in the ordinance listed in Section 14-128, above.)
14-130. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade of and opening a street to be called "Glen Street" extending from the present terminus of the center line of the present Glen Street to Heintzelman Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (December 27, 1939)
14-131. 
Ordaining and opening for public use Fifth Street, from Stanley Avenue southward to a proposed street to be known as Paul Avenue; Lortz Avenue, from Fourth Street eastward to Fifth Street; and Coldbrook Avenue, from Catherine Street southward to Lortz Avenue. (July 9, 1940)
14-132. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade of and opening a street to be called "South Seventh Street" extending from the present terminus of the center line of the present South Seventh Street to Lortz Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (November 13, 1940)
14-133. 
Laying out and opening a public alley extending from Federal Street eastward to Franklin Street in the Borough of Chambersburg. (July 8, 1941)
14-134. 
Changing the name of South Street, between Fourth Street and Cleveland Avenue, to Lortz Avenue. (November 6, 1941)
14-135. 
Ordaining and opening for public use in the Borough of Chambersburg, Penna., certain streets to be known as Coldbrook Avenue, Lortz Avenue, Sixth Street and Eighth Street. (May 6, 1942) (This refers to:
(1) 
Coldbrook Avenue, from Lortz Avenue to a point 336.24 feet southwardly;
(2) 
Lortz Avenue, from Coldbrook Avenue to Sixth Street;
(3) 
Sixth Street, from a point 246 feet south of Catherine Street to Lortz Avenue;
(4) 
Eighth Street, from Tolbert Avenue to Lortz Avenue.)
14-136. 
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 Lincoln Way East in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania; adopting the said plan as the official Borough plan for said street; and approving and opening as a public highway the relocation of the said State highway route and providing proposed improvement on the ground, with the exception of the laying of the sidewalks. (June 20, 1942) (This refers to the portion from Station 53+29.30 to Station 55+55, a distance of 225.7 feet.)
14-137. 
For the improvement of South and North Main Street, Lincoln Way West and Lincoln Way East by the Department of Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and agreeing to contribute to the cost thereof. (July 28, 1942) (This refers to Main Street from Washington Street to a point 233 feet north of Falling Spring Creek, Lincoln Way West from the Conococheague Creek to Main Street, and to Lincoln Way East from Main Street to Third Street.
14-138. 
Providing for laying out, establishing the grade of and opening a street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pa., to be called Eighth Street, extended from East Washington Street southward to East Catherine Street. (October 10, 1942)
14-139. 
Ordaining and opening for public use a certain alley to be called Gabler Alley. (September 8, 1943) (This refers to the portion from High Street to the first alley south of High Street.)
14-140. 
Vacating and closing to public use a certain alley known as "Gabler Alley" in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (December 9, 1943) (This vacated the alley as opened in the ordinance listed in Section 14-139, above.)
14-141. 
Ordaining an extension of Carbaugh Alley and authorizing the purchase of certain real estate from Rose U. Plaugh and Brant H. Hassler for the purpose of such extension. (December 9, 1943) (This extended the alley across Federal Street.)
14-142. 
Naming a certain public highway in the Borough of Chambersburg, extending from Cleveland Avenue eastward to the first public alley, "Pine Court." (June 7, 1944)
14-143. 
Vacating that portion of the street or highway in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, known as Long Lane, which extends from Cleveland Avenue to Fourth Street. (June 4, 1945)
14-144. 
Vacating and closing to public use of a portion of Harrison Avenue between McKinley Street and East Catherine Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (December 11, 1945)
14-145. 
Ordaining and opening for public use in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, certain streets to be known as Paul Avenue and South Fifth Street. (March 4, 1946) (This refers to Paul Avenue between South Fourth and South Fifth Streets, and South Fifth Street between Paul and Cumberland Avenues.)
14-146. 
Vacating that portion of Paul Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, which extends from South Fifth Street to Middle Street. (July 8, 1946)
14-147. 
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 Lincoln Way East in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania; adopting the said plan as the official Borough plan for said street; and approving and opening as a public highway the relocation of the said State highway route and providing for the removal of structures, when the Department of Highways makes the proposed improvements on the ground with the exception of the laying of the sidewalks. (July 8, 1946) (This refers to the portion from Station 53+29.30 to Station 55+55, a distance of 225.7 feet.
14-148. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade of and opening a street to be called "Kraiss Avenue" extending from South Fourth Street eastward to the Borough line, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (March 3, 1947)
14-149. 
Ordaining and opening for public use Penncraft Avenue, from Lincoln Way East northward to Montgomery Alley, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (January 5, 1948)
14-150. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade of and opening a street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pa. to be called "Middle Street" extending from Stanley Avenue southwardly and eastwardly to the Borough limits. (January 5, 1948)
14-151. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade of and opening a street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pa. to be called "Highland Avenue," extending from South Fourth Street eastwardly to the Borough limits. (January 5, 1948)
14-152. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade of and opening a street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pa., to be called "Coldbrook Avenue," extending from Stanley Avenue southwardly to Cumberland Avenue. (January 5, 1948)
14-153. 
Changing the name of South Sixth Street, between Cumberland Avenue and the present terminus south of Maryland Avenue, to Coldbrook Avenue. (March 9, 1948)
14-154. 
Ordaining and opening for public use in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa., certain streets to be known as Blanchard Avenue, Coldbrook Avenue, Floral Avenue, South Seventh Street, Oak Street and Chestnut Street. (September 13, 1948) (This refers to:
(1) 
Blanchard Avenue, from Garfield Street to Cumberland Avenue;
(2) 
Coldbrook Avenue, from Lortz Avenue to Floral Avenue;
(3) 
Floral Avenue, from South Seventh Street to Coldbrook Avenue;
(4) 
South Seventh Street, from Lortz Avenue to Floral Avenue;
(5) 
Oak Street, from Hollywell Avenue to Chestnut Street; and
(6) 
Chestnut Street, from Hollywell Avenue to the eastern property line of the Nitterhouse Farm.)
14-155. 
Ordaining and opening for public use in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, certain streets to be known as North Coldbrook Avenue, Duncan Avenue, Heintzelman Avenue, High Street, East King Street, Eighth Street and Grandview Avenue. (November 8, 1948) (This refers to:
(1) 
North Coldbrook Avenue, from East King Street to the north Borough line;
(2) 
Duncan Avenue, from North Coldbrook Avenue to the east Borough line;
(3) 
Heintzelman Avenue, from North Franklin Street to a point 688.5 feet southwestwardly;
(4) 
High Street, from Grandview Avenue to the west Borough line;
(5) 
East King Street, from North Coldbrook Avenue to the east Borough line;
(6) 
Eighth Street, from Lortz Avenue to Tolbert Avenue; and
(7) 
Grandview Avenue, from North Franklin Street to a point approximately 730 feet southwestwardly.)
14-156. 
Approving the plans of the Department of Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, showing proposed improvement on South Main Street, the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Resolution, April 4, 1949) (This refers to the portion from Station 0+00 to Station 8+62.)
14-157. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade of and opening for public use certain streets to be called "Grandview Avenue" and "Heintzelman Avenue" in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (May 11, 1949) (This refers to Grandview Avenue from North Franklin Street to High Street, and to Heintzelman Avenue from North Franklin Street to Grandview Avenue.)
14-158. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade and opening for public use, certain streets to be called South Fifth Street, Middle Street, Lortz Avenue and Floral Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (November 7, 1949) (This refers to South Fifth and Middle Streets from Tolbert Avenue to McKinley Street, Lortz Avenue from a point 404.75 feet east of South Fourth Street to South Sixth Street, and to Floral Avenue from South Fifth Street to South Sixth Street.)
14-159. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade, and opening for public use, certain streets to be called Conner Avenue and Hamilton Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (November 7, 1949) (This refers to Conner Avenue from West Queen Street to Burkhart Avenue, and to Hamilton Avenue from North Franklin Street northwest to the Borough line.)
14-160. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade, and opening for public use certain streets to be called McKinley Street, South Sixth Street, South Seventh Street, Floral Avenue, South Coldbrook Avenue, Lortz Avenue, Brookview Avenue and West King Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (December 24, 1949) (This refers to:
(1) 
McKinley Street, from South Fifth Street to the southeast Borough line;
(2) 
South Sixth Street, from Lortz Avenue to McKinley Street;
(3) 
South Seventh Street, from Floral Avenue to McKinley Street;
(4) 
Floral Avenue, from South Sixth Street to South Seventh Street;
(5) 
South Coldbrook Avenue, from Floral Avenue to McKinley Street;
(6) 
Lortz Avenue, from South Sixth Street to South Seventh Street;
(7) 
Brookview Avenue, from West King Street to High Street;
(8) 
West King Street, from Grandview Avenue to Brookview Avenue.)
14-161. 
Approving and establishing the widths, 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 South Main Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, adopting the said plan as the official Borough plan for said street, and approving and opening as a public highway the relocation of the said State Highway Route and providing for the removal of structures. (January 27, 1950) (This refers to the portion from Station 0+00 to Station 8+62, a distance of 862 feet.)
14-162. 
Providing for the vacating to public use, certain streets called South Fifth Street, Middle Street, Lortz Avenue and Floral Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (February 3, 1950) (This refers to South Fifth and Middle Streets from Tolbert Avenue to McKinley Street, to Lortz Avenue from a point 494.75 feet east of South Fourth Street to South Sixth Street, and to Floral Avenue from South Fifth Street to South Sixth Street.
14-163. 
Authorizing and directing the paving or macadamizing of South Coldbrook Avenue between Lortz Avenue and Floral Avenue. (June 7, 1950)
14-164. 
Authorizing and directing the paving or macadamizing of South Coldbrook Avenue between Middle Street and Kraiss Avenue. (June 7, 1950)
14-165. 
Ordaining and opening for public use in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, a street to be known as Alexander Avenue. (July 17, 1950) (This refers to the portion from Ohio Avenue east to the Borough line.)
14-166. 
Authorizing and directing the paving or macadamizing of Kraiss Avenue between South Fourth and South Fifth Streets. (September 15, 1950)
14-167. 
Authorizing and directing the paving or macadamizing of Cumberland Avenue between South Fourth Street and Cleveland Avenue. (September 15, 1950)
14-168. 
Authorizing and directing the paving or macadamizing of Stanley Avenue between South Fifth Street and South Coldbrook Avenue. (September 15, 1950)
14-169. 
Untitled resolution designating Derbyshire Street from South Main Street to South Second Street, and South Second Street from Derbyshire Street to Philadelphia Avenue as State Highway Traffic Route U.S. 11. (Resolution, September 30, 1950)
14-170. 
Authorizing and directing the paving or macadamizing of Kraiss Avenue between South Fifth Street and South Coldbrook Avenue. (May 15, 1951)
14-171. 
Authorizing and directing the macadamizing of portions of Coldbrook Avenue, Lortz Avenue, Middle Street, Seventh Street, Heintzelman Avenue and East King Street. (June 9, 1952) (This refers to:
(1) 
Coldbrook Avenue, from Kraiss Avenue to Cumberland Avenue;
(2) 
Lortz Avenue, from Seventh Street to Coldbrook Avenue;
(3) 
Middle Street, from Stanley Avenue to Coldbrook Avenue;
(4) 
Seventh Street, from Lortz Avenue to Floral Avenue;
(5) 
Heintzelman Avenue, from Glen Street to the Sollenberger tract;
(6) 
East King Street, eastward 250 feet from Coldbrook Avenue.)
14-172. 
Providing for the laying out, establishing the grade, and opening for public use, a street to be called Harrison Drive, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (September 2, 1953)
14-173. 
Ordaining and opening for public use in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, a street to be known as South Coldbrook Avenue. (November 16, 1954) (This refers to the portion from McKinley Street to Stanley Avenue.)
14-174. 
Ordaining and opening for public use in the Borough of Chambersburg streets to be known as Garfield Street, Bender Avenue, South Sixth Street, and Middle Street. (February 16, 1955) (This refers to Garfield Street and Bender Avenue between South Coldbrook Avenue and Middle Street, to South Sixth Street from McKinley Street to Bender Avenue, and to Middle Street from McKinley Street to Stanley Avenue.)
14-175. 
Untitled resolution designating Second Street from Garfield Street to Philadelphia Avenue as State Highway Traffic Route U.S. 11, and Loudon and Queen Streets from U. S. Route 30 West to Lincoln Way East as State Highway Traffic Route U.S. 30. (Resolution, September 23, 1955)
14-176. 
Providing for the laying out of a street to be called East Liberty Street running eastward from South Eighth Street and for the laying out of an alley running eastward from South Eighth Street in the Borough of Chambersburg. (August 13, 1956) (This refers to East Liberty Street from South Eighth Street to a point 162.5 feet eastwardly, and to an alley 596.7 feet north of Catherine Street, from South Eighth Street to a point 255 feet eastwardly.)
14-177. 
Authorizing a quit-claim deed to Glen H. Sollenberger and wife for the Borough's interest in a 10 foot private alley on the south side of East King Street. (October 31, 1956)
14-178. 
Vacating and closing for public use a portion of East Liberty Street running eastward from South Eighth Street and an alley running eastward from South Eighth Street in the Borough of Chambersburg. (November 15, 1956) (This vacated the street and alley as opened in the ordinance listed in Section 14-176, above.)
14-179. 
Ordaining and opening for public use in the Borough of Chambersburg a street to be known as Horst Avenue. (April 14, 1958) (This refers to the portion from Scotland Avenue to Clinton Street.)
14-180. 
Vacating and closing for public use a portion of Horst Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (July 15, 1958)
14-181. 
Authorizing and directing the paving of a portion of Alexander Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, between Hudson Avenue and Roland Avenue, and providing for the payment of the cost thereof. (August 26, 1958)
14-182. 
Ordaining and opening for public use in the Borough of Chambersburg a street to be known as Alexander Avenue. (September 8, 1958)
14-183. 
Ordaining and opening for public use in the Borough of Chambersburg a street to be known as Hudson Avenue. (January 13, 1959) (This refers to the portion from Philadelphia Avenue to the northwest Borough line.)
14-184. 
Vacating and closing for public use a portion of Hudson Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (April 13, 1959)
14-185. 
Ordaining and opening for public use in the Borough of Chambersburg a portion of a street to be known as Garber Street. (December 14, 1959) (This refers to the portion from Miller Street to a point 305 feet northwardly.)
14-186. 
Vacating and closing for public use a portion of Garber Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (February 8, 1960) (This refers to the portion as opened in the ordinance listed in Section 14-185, above.
14-187. 
Approving and establishing by ordinance the width, line, location, grades, drainage structures, and all other structures, on Route 340, Section 4 from Sta. 115+56 to Sta. 155+56 in the Borough of Chambersburg Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (May 8, 1961) (See also Section 14-188, below.)
14-188. 
Approving and establishing the grades, structures, and all other structures appearing on the plan of the Department of Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, showing proposed improvement on North Franklin Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania; adopting the said plan as the official Borough plan for said street and providing for the removal of non-utility structures. (June 26, 1961) (This is the improvement referred to in the ordinance listed in Section 14-187, above.)
14-189. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the widening of Miller Street by eight feet and the construction of a five-foot sidewalk on the portion of the street along the property of The Children's Aid Society of Franklin County and the School District of the Borough of Chambersburg. (Resolution, July 10, 1961)
14-190. 
Changing the name of Park Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg between Clinton Avenue and land of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, to Mentzer Avenue. (May 31, 1962)
14-191. 
Untitled resolution consenting to the adoption of Route 28095, Second Street, from Garfield Street to Philadelphia Avenue, as a State highway by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. (Resolution 63-26, November 12, 1963)
14-192. 
Untitled resolution consenting to the adoption of Route 28094, Loudon Street and Queen Street, to L. R. 43, as a State highway by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. (Resolution 63-27, November 12, 1963)
14-193. 
Changing the name of Walker Road to Industrial Drive and B Street to Progress Road. (Ordinance 64-10, February 10, 1964) (This refers to Walker Road from South Main Street to Hollywell Avenue, and to B Street from Walker Road to the south Borough line.)
14-194. 
Vacating and closing for public use a portion of Kraiss Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, between the former Borough line and a line approximately 165 feet south of South Coldbrook Avenue. (Ordinance 64-12, February 24, 1964)
14-195. 
Authorizing and directing the paving of a portion of Carlton Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg between Alexander Avenue and Scotland Avenue, and providing for the payment of the cost thereof. (Ordinance 64-24, August 24, 1964)
14-196. 
Authorizing and directing the paving of a portion of Horst Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg between Alexander Avenue and Scotland Avenue, and providing for the payment of the cost thereof. (Ordinance 64-25, August 24, 1964)
14-197. 
Authorizing and directing the paving of a portion of Hudson Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg between Alexander Avenue and Scotland Avenue, and providing for the payment of the cost thereof. (Ordinance 64-26, August 24, 1964)
14-198. 
Approving the plans of the Department of Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, showing proposed improvement on Lincoln Highway East, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Resolution 64-28, September 3, 1964)
14-199. 
Approving and establishing by ordinance the width, line, location, grades, drainage structures and all other structures on Route 43-5, from Station 0+00 to Station 11+55 in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 64-29, September 3, 1964)
14-200. 
Approving the plans of the Department of Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, showing proposed improvement on Wayne Avenue, the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (Resolution 64-30, September 3, 1964)
14-201. 
Approving and establishing by ordinance the width, line, location, grades, drainage structures and all other structures, on Route 588-8, from Station 658+40 to Station 702+09 in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 64-31, September 3, 1964)
14-202. 
Approving and establishing the grades, structures and all other structures appearing on the plan of the Department of Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, showing proposed improvement on Commerce and Hood Streets in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania; adopting the said plan as the official Borough plan for said streets and providing for the removal of non-utility structures. (Ordinance 65-15, April 12, 1965) (This refers to the portion from Station 585+00 to Station 629+55.)
14-203. 
Approving and establishing the grades, structures, and all other structures appearing on the plan of the Department of Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, showing proposed improvement on Lincoln Way West in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, adopting the said plan as the official Borough plan for said street and providing for the removal of non-utility structures. (Ordinance 65-21, May 25, 1965) (This refers to the portion from Station 934+09 to Station 940+03.)
14-204. 
Vacating and closing to public use, portions of Water Street, Cedar Avenue, West Liberty Street, Elk Alley, being an alley running between Black Avenue and Water Street and being the first alley north of West Liberty Street, Smith Avenue, Kriechbaum Avenue (but subject to an easement in the Borough of Chambersburg), unnamed alley east of Cedar Avenue and running between West Catherine Street and West Liberty Street, unnamed alley north of West Catherine Street and running between Cedar Avenue and an unnamed alley, and West Washington Street, all in the Borough of Chambersburg. (Ordinance 65-30, September 27, 1965) (This refers to:
(1) 
A 10-foot strip on the west side of Water Street from Loudon Street to West Catherine Street, and a 10-foot strip on the east side from West Washington Street to West Catherine Street;
(2) 
Cedar Avenue, from West Catherine Street to West Washington Street;
(3) 
West Liberty Street, from Water Street to Cedar Avenue;
(4) 
Elk Alley, the entire extent;
(5) 
Smith Avenue, from Cedar Avenue to the lands of the Housing Authority of Franklin County;
(6) 
Kriechbaum Avenue, from Loudon Street to West Washington Street;
(7) 
The first alley east of Cedar Avenue, from West Catherine Street to West Liberty Street;
(8) 
The first alley north of West Catherine Street, from Cedar Avenue to the first alley east of Cedar Avenue;
(9) 
West Washington Street, the triangular portion on the northern side adjacent to the lands of the Housing Authority of Franklin County.)
14-205. 
Vacating and closing to public use portions of Smith Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg. (Ordinance 65-31, September 27, 1965) (This refers to the portion from Black Avenue to Cedar Avenue.)
14-206. 
Vacating and closing to public use a portion of Maryland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg. (Ordinance 65-37, December 27, 1965) (This refers to the portion from South Seventh Street to South Coldbrook Avenue.)
14-207. 
Authorizing and directing the paving of a portion of Mentzer Avenue between the center line of Clinton Avenue and the western side of Edgelea Drive, a distance of 649.6 feet. (Ordinance 66-26, August 1, 1966)
14-208. 
Authorizing and directing the paving of a portion of Weaver Avenue between the center line of Clinton Avenue and a point 945.26 feet measured eastwardly therefrom. (Ordinance 66-27, August 1, 1966)
14-209. 
Authorizing and directing the paving of a portion of Clinton Avenue from the southern side of Woodstock Road to a point 1,424.9 feet measured southerly from the center line of Woodstock Road. (Ordinance 66-28, August 1, 1966)
14-210. 
Ordaining, laying out and opening for public use in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa., a certain street to be known as McKinley Street from a point 804 feet east of Coldbrook Avenue to Stouffer Avenue. (Ordinance 67-28, July 10, 1967)
14-211. 
Ordaining, laying out and opening for public use in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa, a certain street to be known as Brumbaugh Avenue from the center line of McKinley Street to the present southern terminus of Brumbaugh Avenue. (Ordinance 67-41, November 13, 1967)
14-212. 
Approving and establishing the 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 Lincoln Way West and Lincoln Way East in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania; adopting the said plan as the official Borough plan for said street. (Ordinance 69-7, January 27, 1969) (This refers to Lincoln Way West from Station 906+2 to Station 935+00, and to Lincoln Way East from Station 10+75 to Station 18+98, and Station 19+78 to Station 55+55.)
14-213. 
Designating certain streets in the Borough of Chambersburg to be known as Woodlawn Circle and Woodlawn Drive, and directing the Borough Engineer to designate the same on the Borough Plan. (Ordinance 72-34, June 28, 1972) (Woodlawn Drive was to extend from Cumberland Avenue to a point 226.58 feet eastwardly; Woodlawn Circle, from that point to Orchard Drive.)
14-214. 
Designating a certain street or alley as East Washington Street, and a certain street or alley as Grandview Avenue and a certain alley as Doree Avenue, and directing the Borough Engineer to designate the same on the Borough Plan. (Ordinance 72-39, August 9, 1972) (This refers to East Washington Street from Eighth Street to an alley on the east, to Grandview Avenue from Loudon Street to Lincoln Way West, and to Doree Avenue from Elder Street to an unnamed alley.)
14-215. 
Vacating North Central Avenue between East King Street and the Falling Spring Creek and Light Avenue between North Second Street and Central Avenue. (Ordinance 73-24, October 10, 1973)
14-216. 
Accepting a dedication from the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Franklin of a tract of real estate extending from North Second Street to Harrison Avenue for the purpose of a public street or highway. (Ordinance 74-6, January 16, 1974)
14-217. 
Vacating North Central Avenue between the center of the Falling Spring Creek and a point approximately 133 feet north thereof. (Ordinance 74-10, March 27, 1974)
14-218. 
Providing for the laying out, opening, widening and establishing the grade of a street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, to be called Stouffer Avenue, extending from Lincoln Way East to Stanley Avenue. (Ordinance 74-20, April 24, 1974)
14-219. 
Accepting a dedication from the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Franklin of a tract of real estate extending from North Main Street to North Second Street in the Borough of Chambersburg for the purposes of a public street or highway. (Ordinance 74-30, June 19, 1974)
14-220. 
Providing for the laying out, opening, widening and establishing the grade of a street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, to be called Roland Avenue, extending from Edgar Avenue to Woodstock Road. (Ordinance 74-37, August 21, 1974)
14-221. 
Providing for the laying out, opening, widening and establishing the grade of a street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, to be called Woodstock Road, extending from Roland Avenue to Scotland Avenue. (Ordinance 74-38, August 21, 1974)
14-222. 
Authorizing and directing the paving of a portion of Stouffer Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg between the center line of Lincoln Way East and the center line of Stanley Avenue and authorizing the taking of bids for such work. (Ordinance 74-42, September 11, 1974)
14-223. 
Authorizing paving and rebuilding of Stouffer Avenue between Lincoln Way East and Stanley Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 74-43, September 25, 1974)
14-224. 
Providing for the laying out, opening, widening and establishing the grade of a street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, to be called Roland Avenue, extending from Edgar Avenue to Woodstock Road, and repealing ordinances inconsistent therewith. (Ordinance 74-53, November 26, 1974)
14-225. 
Designating a certain street as Mowrey Drive and a certain street as Rhodes Drive and directing the Borough Engineer to designate the same on the Borough Plan. (Ordinance 74-55, December 18, 1974)
14-226. 
Providing for the laying out and establishing the grade of a street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, to be called Stouffer Avenue, extending from Stanley Avenue to Spangler Drive, (Ordinance 75-26, June 11, 1975)
14-227. 
Authorizing and directing the paving of a portion of Stouffer Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg between the center line of Stanley Avenue and the southern line of Spangler Drive extended across Stouffer Avenue and authorizing the taking of bids for such work. (Ordinance 76-55, June 9, 1976)
14-228. 
Changing the name of Lime Street on Borough Plan No. RE-266 to Leidig Drive and directing that the change be made on the official Borough Map. (Resolution 76-63, August 25, 1976)
14-229. 
Providing for the vacation of a portion of Garfield Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, between Middle Street and South Sixth Street. (Ordinance 77-19, July 13, 1977)
14-230. 
Adopting names for public alleys in the Borough of Chambersburg. (Ordinance 77-28, November 9, 1977) (The alleys referred to are to be shown on Borough Plan No. B-91, entitled, "Names and Locations of Public Alleys To Be Adopted by the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa.")
14-231. 
Providing for the vacation of certain streets in the Buchanan Homes area of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 80-2, April 2, 1980)
14-232. 
Providing for the vacation of certain streets in the Buchanan Homes are of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (Ordinance 81-4, February 25, 1981)
14-233. 
Providing for the vacation of a portion of Car Shop Alley, between North Second Street and Central Avenue. (Ordinance 89-13, November 22, 1989)
14-234. 
Providing for the vacation of a portion of East Burkhart Avenue, between South Main Street and Central Avenue. (Ordinance 91-11, September 11, 1991)
14-235. 
Providing for the vacation of a portion of former Fifth Avenue near Norland Avenue. (Ordinance 94-3, April 27, 1994)
14-236. 
Providing for the vacation of that portion of Schuchman Alley and Lohman Alley between Lincoln Way east and East Queen Street, east of South Fourth Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg. (Ordinance 97-19, November 19, 1997)
14-237. 
Providing for the vacation of that portion of Gilbert Avenue between Black Avenue and CSX Transportation, Inc., in the Borough of Chambersburg. (Ordinance 98-5, June 10, 1998)
14-238. 
Providing for the vacation of that portion of the Loudon Street right-of-way further described as Parcels C, D and E on Borough Subdivision Plan RE-954, in the Borough of Chambersburg. (Ordinance 99-7, April 14, 1999)
14-239. 
Providing for the vacation of that portion of Emerson Court between Elm Avenue and Liberty Street. (Ordinance 99-18, October 27, 1999)
14-240. 
Providing for the vacation of that portion of Doree Alley between Pipeline Alley and Elder Street. (Ordinance 2004-10, August 23, 2004)
14-241. 
Providing for the vacation of that portion of Roland Avenue between Scotland Avenue and Woodstock Road. (Ordinance 2006-2, April 10, 2006)
14-242. 
Providing for the vacation of that portion of Wood Alley between Ludwig Avenue and East Queen Street. (Ordinance 2006-6, June 12, 2006)
14-243. 
Providing for the vacation of that portion of Goshen Court beginning at Nelson Street and ending at Duncan Avenue. (Ordinance 2008-01, February 11, 2008)
14-244. 
Providing for the vacation of that portion of Goshen Court beginning at Duncan Avenue and ending at Martin Court; that portion of Martin Court beginning at Coldbrook Avenue and ending at Goshen Court (and its terminus) and that portion of Duncan Avenue beginning at Coldbrook Avenue and ending at Goshen Court (and its terminus). (Ordinance 2008-16, December 8, 2008)
14-245. 
Authorizing the reconstruction of Brumbaugh Avenue from Lincoln Way East to East McKinley Street and providing for the assessment and collection of the costs and expenses for the installation of curbing thereof. (Ordinance 2009-13, June 15, 2009)
14-246. 
Providing for the vacation of a portion of Central Avenue by agreement dated April 30, 2003, with King Street United Brethren Church and other parties in exchange for various development initiatives. (Ordinance 2010-17, September 27, 2010)
14-247. 
Ordaining that portion of Montgomery Avenue (extended) as the same is shown on that certain land subdivision plan prepared by TME Surveying for Joel E. Happel and Cynthia L. Happel, being Borough Subdivision Plan RE-1353, in a westerly direction from the western most boundary of Fifth Avenue a distance of 435 feet, the same hereafter to be serviced and maintained by the Borough of Chambersburg as a part of the public street system. (Ordinance 2011-10, September 12, 2011)
14-248. 
Providing for the vacation of all or portions of the alley known as "Resides Alley," adjacent to premises located at the northeastern quadrant of the intersection of Fourth Street and Lincoln Way East, in the Borough of Chambersburg. (Ordinance 2013-11, August 12, 2013)
14-249. 
Adopting the Official Map of the Borough of Chambersburg pursuant to Article IV of the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code as it relates to transportation corridors. (Ordinance 2014-05, August 25, 2014)
14-250. 
Amending the Official Map by deleting the planning proposal to realign Monticello Court, identified as Proposal 15 C. (Ordinance 2015-13, November 23, 2015)
14-251. 
Providing for the vacation of the portion of Burkhart Avenue immediately adjacent to property owned by the Franklin County Area Development Corporation having an address of 285 East Queen Street. (Ordinance 2016-04, May 23, 2016)

XV TAXATION

15-1. 
Fixing the mill rate of taxation. (Resolution, May 31, 1894)
15-2. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1914. (Resolution, March 2, 1914)
15-3. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1915. (Resolution, July 12, 1915)
15-4. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1917. (March 5, 1917)
15-5. 
Levying taxes for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1918. (Resolution, April 1, 1918)
15-6. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1919. (Resolution, March 3, 1919)
15-7. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1920. (Resolution, April 5, 1920)
15-8. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1921. (Resolution, April 4, 1921)
15-9. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1922. (Resolution, March 17, 1922)
15-10. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1923. (Resolution, February 5, 1923)
15-11. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1924. (Resolution, April 7, 1924)
15-12. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1925. (Resolution, March 2, 1925)
15-13. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1926. (January 4, 1926)
15-14. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year of 1927. (May 2, 1927)
15-15. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1928. (May 21, 1928)
15-16. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1929. (June 4, 1929)
15-17. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1930. (March 3, 1930)
15-18. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1931. (April 9, 1931)
15-19. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1932. (April 9, 1932)
15-20. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1933. (April 5, 1933)
15-21. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1934. (April 2, 1934)
15-22. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1935. (February 5, 1935)
15-23. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1936. (March 3, 1936)
15-24. 
Fixing the tax rate for the Borough of Chambersburg for the year 1937. (March 2, 1937)
15-25. 
Fixing the Lax rate for the fiscal year 1938. (February 26, 1938)
15-26. 
Fixing the tax rate for the fiscal year 1939. (March 8, 1939)
15-27. 
Fixing the tax rate for the fiscal year 1940. (February 5, 1940)
15-28. 
Fixing the tax rate for the fiscal year 1941. (February 3, 1941)
15-29. 
Fixing the tax rate for the fiscal year 1942. (February 2, 1942)
15-30. 
Fixing the tax rate for the fiscal year 1943. (February 1, 1943)
15-31. 
Fixing the tax rate for the fiscal year 1944. (February 24, 1944)
15-32. 
Fixing the tax rate for the fiscal year 1945. (March 5, 1945)
15-33. 
Fixing the tax rate for the fiscal year 1946 and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (February 13, 1946)
15-34. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1947. (March 3, 1947)
15-35. 
Fixing the tax rate for the fiscal year 1948 and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (March 9, 1948)
15-36. 
Fixing the tax rate for the fiscal year 1949 and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (May 17, 1949)
15-37. 
Fixing the tax rate for the fiscal year 1950, the discount date and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (April 3, 1950)
15-38. 
Fixing the tax rate for the fiscal year 1951, the discount date and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (April 4, 1951)
15-39. 
Fixing the tax rate for the fiscal year 1952, the discount date and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (March 27, 1952)
15-40. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1953, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (May 11, 1953)
15-41. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1954, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (May 10, 1954)
15-42. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1955, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (May 9, 1955)
15-43. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1956, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (May 14, 1956)
15-44. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1957, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (May 31, 1957)
15-45. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1958, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (May 12, 1958)
15-46. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1959, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (May 25, 1959)
15-47. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1960, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (May 23, 1960)
15-48. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1961, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (March 27, 1961)
15-49. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1962, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (May 14, 1962)
15-50. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1963, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 63-10, May 16, 1963)
15-51. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1964, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 64-21, May 21, 1964)
15-52. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1965, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 65-19, May 10, 1965)
15-53. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1966, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of, the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 66-16, May 11, 1966)
15-54. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1967, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 67-22, May 10, 1967)
15-55. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1968, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 67-50, December 30, 1967)
15-56. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1969, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 68-56, December 30, 1968)
15-57. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1970, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 70-1, January 5, 1970)
15-58. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1971, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 70-36, December 30, 1970)
15-59. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1972, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 71-40, December 30, 1971)
15-60. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1973, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 72-53, December 27, 1972)
15-61. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1974, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 73-33, December 27, 1973)
15-62. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1975, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 74-59, December 30, 1974)
15-63. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1976, the discount date, and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 75-56, December 29, 1975)
15-64. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1977, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 77-1, January 12, 1977)
15-65. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1978, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 78-1, January 3, 1978)
15-66. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1979, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 79-1, January 10, 1979)
15-67. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1980, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 79-19, December 26, 1979)
15-68. 
Fixing the tax rate for the year 1981, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 80-17, December 29, 1980)
15-69. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 1982, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 81-23, December 28, 1981)
15-70. 
Fixing the real estate and per capita taxes for 1983 and discount and penalties. (Ordinance 82-11, December 29, 1982)
15-71. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 1984, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 83-20, December 28, 1983)
15-72. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 1985, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 84-14, December 26, 1984)
15-73. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 1986, the discount and penalty dates and the amount thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 85-13, December 30, 1985)
15-74. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 1987, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 86-10, December 29, 1986)
15-75. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 1988, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 87-14, December 29, 1987)
15-76. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 1989, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 88-17, December 21, 1988)
15-77. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 1990, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 89-15, December 20, 1989)
15-78. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 1991, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 90-14, December 26, 1990)
15-79. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 1992, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 91-15, December 18, 1991)
15-80. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 1993, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 92-11, December 23, 1992)
15-81. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 1994, the discount and penalty dates and amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 93-13, December 22, 1993)
15-82. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 1995, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 94-19, December 21, 1994)
15-83. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 1996, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 95-13, December 20, 1995)
15-84. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 1997, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 96-11, December 18, 1996)
15-85. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 1998, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 97-20, December 17, 1997)
15-86. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 1999, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 98-10, December 16, 1998)
15-87. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2000, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 99-20, December 15, 1999)
15-88. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2001, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 2000-13, December 13, 2000)
15-89. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2002, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 2001-16, December 19, 2001)
15-90. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2003, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 2002-22, December 17, 2002)
15-91. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2004, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 2003-12, December 9, 2003)
15-92. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2005, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 2004-20, December 27, 2004)
15-93. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2006, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 2005-21, December 12, 2005)
15-94. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2007, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 2006-12, December 18, 2006)
15-95. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2008, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 2007-18, December 10, 2007)
15-96. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2009, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 2008-15, December 8, 2008)
15-97. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2010, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 2009-21, December 14, 2009)
15-98. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2011, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 2010-21, December 13, 2010)
15-99. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2012, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 2011-18, December 12, 2011)
15-100. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2013, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 2012-13, December 10, 2012)
15-101. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2014, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 2013-14, December 9, 2013)
15-102. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2015, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 2014-13, December 8, 2014)
15-103. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2016, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 2015-14, December 21, 2015)
15-104. 
Fixing the real estate tax rate for the year 2017, the discount and penalty dates and the amounts thereof and fixing the compensation of the Tax Collector. (Ordinance 2016-12, December 21, 2015)

XVI URBAN RENEWAL

16-1. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Franklin to file an application for redevelopment assistance grant in the amount of $60,000 for development of the Harrison Avenue Urban Renewal Area, and approving said redevelopment area. (Resolution December 29, 1958)
16-2. 
Requesting the reservation of capital grant funds, approving the undertaking of surveys and plans for an urban renewal project, and the filing of an application for federal advance of funds. (Resolution, December 29, 1958) (This refers to the Harrison Avenue Project.)
16-3. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Franklin to file an application for redevelopment assistance grant in the amount of $150,000 for development of the Water Street Area, and approving said redevelopment area. (Resolution, December 29, 1958)
16-4. 
Approving the urban renewal plan and the feasibility of relocation for Project No. Penna. R-61. (Resolution, June 25, 1959) (This refers to the Harrison Avenue Project.)
16-5. 
Authorizing an agreement between Redevelopment Authority of the County of Franklin and the Borough of Chambersburg for the purchase and development by the Borough of a tract of real estate known as Harrison Avenue Urban Renewal Project, Penna. R-61 for the purchase price of $14,000 and authorizing the improvement thereof and appropriating money to pay for the same. (June 20, 1960)
16-6. 
Untitled resolution expressing Council's desire that the Water Street Urban Renewal Area Project proceed as planned by the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Franklin. (Resolution, October 4, 1960)
16-7. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Franklin to file an application for redevelopment assistance grant for $155,103, to further the redevelopment program, and approving the King Street Urban Renewal Area. (Resolution 65-2, January 11, 1965)
16-8. 
Approving the undertaking of surveys and plans for the King Street Urban Renewal Area. (Resolution 65-5, January 27, 1965)
16-9. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Franklin to file application for assistance grant of $22,444, to further the redevelopment program, and approving the Water Street Urban Renewal Area. (Resolution 65-6, January 27, 1965)
16-10. 
Approving the urban renewal plan and the feasibility of relocation for the Water Street Urban Renewal Area as amended. (Resolution, 65-27, June 14, 1965)
16-11. 
Approving the urban renewal plan and the feasibility of relocation for the King Street Urban Renewal Area. (Resolution 67-49, December 18, 1967)
16-12. 
Approving the amended urban renewal plan and the feasibility of relocation for the King Street Urban Renewal Area. (Resolution 72-12, March 15, 1972)
16-13. 
Untitled resolution authorizing application by the Redevelopment Authority of Franklin County for a redevelopment assistance grant of $193,210 to further the redevelopment program in the King Street Area and approving the plans for that area. (Resolution 73-4, January 24, 1973)
16-14. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the Redevelopment Authority of Franklin County to make request for application for grant to redevelop and upgrade the Buchanan Homes Area. (Resolution 74-34, August 14, 1974)
16-15. 
Approving a closeout agreement for the King Street Urban Renewal Project, Project No. Pa. R-303. (Resolution 76-61, August 11, 1976)

XVII WALLS

17-1. 
Authorizing the construction, by the Street Department, of a retaining wall, along the western side of a public alley which runs north and south and lies immediately west of Philadelphia Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, from a point on the western side of said alley about 70 feet north of the northern building line of Vine Street, thence northward along said alley about 372 feet, for the purpose of supporting the western side of said alley, and appropriating monies to be used for that purpose. (May 7, 1930)

XVIII WATER

18-1. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the laying of a water main from the end of the main on Prospect Street, north on Scotland Avenue, then east to the lot of Silk Mill Company. (Resolution, August 27, 1904)
18-2. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the laying of a water main on Philadelphia Avenue to the Borough line. (Resolution, September 12, 1904)
18-3. 
Providing for repairs and improvements to the water plant and works, and regulating the disposal of the revenues derived from the rents, and other emoluments which arise from the sale, use or application of the water supplied by the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (October 9, 1908)
18-4. 
Relating to the improvement of the water works of the Borough of Chambersburg. (July 27, 1910) (This authorized the impounding of the waters of Birch Run, and directed that application be made to the Commissioner of Forestry and the Forestry Reservation Commission of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to impound those waters and to construct pipelines through the Caledonia Forest Reservation.)
18-5. 
Relating to the improvement of the water works of the Borough of Chambersburg. (August 1, 1910) (This provided for impounding the water of Birch Run and its tributaries, and for a pipe to run along the stream.
18-6. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the Water Committee to construct additional intake and screen area at the Birch Run Dam. (Resolution, June 7, 1915)
18-7. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the laying of a water main on Franklin Street, from the western terminus of the present main to the property of Aaron Frey on Strasburg Road. (Resolution, August 4, 1915)
18-8. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the laying of a water main on Strasburg Road. (Resolution, November 5, 1915)
18-9. 
Providing that after January 1, 1923, all water furnished to consumers by the Borough of Chambersburg shall be metered. (April 14, 1920)
18-10. 
Untitled resolution authorizing an agreement with the Forest Commission of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the reconstruction of the fence around Birch Run Dam. (Resolution, July 6, 1920)
18-11. 
Untitled resolution authorizing an agreement for an extension to the water main on Edgar Avenue with Othello Sandbrook. (Resolution, July 6, 1920)
18-12. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on a portion of High Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (June 1, 1925)
18-13. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on a portion of Edgar Avenue and Central Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (September 8, 1925)
18-14. 
Providing that all water furnished to consumers by the Borough of Chambersburg shall be charged at meter rates beginning April 1st, 1925, authorizing and directing the Manager of Utilities to install water meters on all service lines of persons now purchasing water from the Borough at flat rates and providing the terms upon which said consumers may pay for meters installed and penalties for interference with Borough employees engaged in installing meters. (October 6, 1925)
18-15. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on a portion of Central Avenue, Burkhart Avenue, South Main Street and Mt. Moriah Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (October 13, 1925)
18-16. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on portions of Bishop Avenue, Glenn Street, and High Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (November 2, 1925)
18-17. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on portions of Seventh Street, Fourth Street, Cleveland Avenue, Wayne Avenue, Lincoln Way East, South Third Street and Ramsey Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (May 5, 1926)
18-18. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Garber Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (July 6, 1926)
18-19. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on South Main Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (October 4, 1926)
18-20. 
Authorizing the laying of certain water lines on North Main Street and Philadelphia Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, at the expense of the Borough and the execution of the contract to Quigley Hafer for the excavating necessary to lay said water lines and other water lines on South Main Street, Ramsey Avenue and North Third Street which has heretofore been authorized by ordinance. (November 1, 1926)
18-21. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Coldbrook Avenue, Nelson Street, Loudon Street and Gilford Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (April 4, 1927)
18-22. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Front Street, Pennsylvania Avenue and Ohio Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (November 7, 1927)
18-23. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on portions of Central Avenue, Hood Street, Center Street and Fifth Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (August 5, 1929)
18-24. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the laying of a water main on Miller Street from Franklin Street westwardly 520 feet. (Resolution, May 29, 1930)
18-25. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on a portion of Miller Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (September 5, 1930)
18-26. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on a portion of Ramsey Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (December 9, 1930)
18-27. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on a portion of Elm Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (March 2, 1931)
18-28. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on portions of East South Street and Hood Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (June 5, 1931)
18-29. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on a portion of Wayne Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (May 2, 1932)
18-30. 
Authorizing the construction of a water feeder main in the eastern portion of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa., extending from a point on the Lincoln Highway, approximately 400 feet east of the Borough line, northeastward to points at the intersections of Scotland Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue and at the intersection of Grant Street and the highline of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, providing the manner in which and the times at which such work shall be done and appropriating money to pay for such work. (September 22, 1932) (For amendment to this ordinance, see Section 18-31, below.)
18-31. 
Amending Section 1 of an ordinance entitled, "An Ordinance authorizing the construction of a water feeder main in the eastern portion of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pa., extending from a point on the Lincoln Highway, approximately 400 feet east of the Borough line, northeastward to points at the intersection of Scotland Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue and at the intersection of Grant Street and the highline of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, providing the manner in which and the times at which such work shall be done and appropriating money to pay for such work." (October 14, 1932) (For ordinance amended by this ordinance, see Section 18-30, above. This changed certain distances in the description of the location of the feeder main.)
18-32. 
Authorizing the award of a contract to build a water impounding dam and reservoir on Birch Run above the present intake of the water supply system of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, to Yeo Construction Company for the sum of $85,810.00, empowering and directing the proper officers of the Borough of Chambersburg to enter into a proper contract with Yeo Construction Company for the construction of said dam and reservoir, and appropriating money for the construction of said dam and reservoir. (December 22, 1932)
18-33. 
Authorizing the removal of timber, etc., from the area to be covered by water after the erection of the impounding dam above the present intake of the water supply system of the Borough of Chambersburg, and providing the manner and means by which it shall be done and appropriating monies to pay for the same. (January 12, 1933)
18-34. 
Authorizing the construction of a water feeder main in the northern portion of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, extending from a point on the intersection of Scotland Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue to the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and Philadelphia Avenue, providing the manner in which and the times at which such work shall be done, and appropriating money to pay for such work. (January 12, 1933)
18-35. 
Authorizing the construction of a water feeder main in the eastern portion of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, extending from a point on the Lincoln Highway, approximately 400 feet east of the Borough line, southwestward to points at the intersection of South Fourth Street and Wayne Avenue, and at the intersection of McKinley Street and Central Avenue, providing the manner in which and the times at which such work shall be done and appropriating money to pay for such work. (February 6, 1933)
18-36. 
Authorizing the construction of a water feeder main in the southern and western portion of the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, extending from a point at the intersection of Ludwig Avenue and Central Avenue westward by way of Ludwig Avenue, Loudon Street and Federal Street to the intersection of Federal Street and Lincoln Way West, providing the manner in which and the times at which such work shall be done, and appropriating money to pay for such work. (November 25, 1933)
18-37. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on a portion of East King Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (August 6, 1935)
18-38. 
Accepting the offer of the United States of America, to The Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, to aid, by way of grant, in financing the construction of an additional water transmission main from Chambersburg to the intake on Birch Run for the water works of the Borough of Chambersburg. (October 23, 1935)
18-39. 
Authorizing the construction of an additional water transmission main from Chambersburg to the intake on Birch Run for the water works of the Borough of Chambersburg, the doing of all acts necessary to fully complete said work, and the appropriation of monies to pay for the same. (October 23, 1935)
18-40. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Alexander Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (October 23, 1935)
18-41. 
Untitled resolution authorizing payment of $250 to Nelson B. Horn for a grant to the Borough, allowing it to lay a pipeline across his farm from the Dull Hill Reservoir to Lincoln Way. (Resolution, May 5, 1936)
18-42. 
Untitled resolution authorizing a contract with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, under which the Borough was permitted to run a water pipe across the Company's property. (Resolution, May 5, 1936)
18-43. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on East Catherine Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (March 2, 1937)
18-44. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Wolf Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (May 1, 1937)
18-45. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Wilson Avenue in the Borough-of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (March 24, 1938)
18-46. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Alexander Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (May 2, 1938)
18-47. 
Untitled resolution authorizing reconstruction of the dam at the Siloam Pumping Station, and an application to the Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works for a grant to aid in that construction. (Resolution, July 9, 1938)
18-48. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Bishop Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (September 6, 1938)
18-49. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on portions of Vine Street and Coldbrook Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (November 23, 1938)
18-50. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Reservoir Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (April 5, 1939)
18-51. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on South Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (August 8, 1939)
18-52. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Park Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (September 5, 1939)
18-53. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Stanley Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (November 7, 1939)
18-54. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Guilford Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (December 5, 1939)
18-55. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on Stanley Avenue, Fifth Street, Cumberland Avenue, Coldbrook Avenue, Lortz Avenue, Glen Street and Heintzelman Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (April 1, 1940)
18-56. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on South Sixth Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (June 3, 1940)
18-57. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on Stanley Avenue, Fifth Street, Coldbrook Avenue and Lortz Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (July 23, 1940)
18-58. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Cumberland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (September 3, 1940)
18-59. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in an alley lying between Lortz Avenue and McKinley Street, immediately east of South Fourth Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (October 7, 1940)
18-60. 
Authorizing the construction of water main on South Seventh Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (November 13, 1940)
18-61. 
Establishing a Water Department Sinking Fund. (February 3, 1941)
18-62. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Wilson Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (March 4, 1941)
18-63. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Nelson Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (April 1, 1941)
18-64. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on East Liberty Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (June 10, 1941)
18-65. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Highland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (August 4, 1941)
18-66. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on South Coldbrook Avenue, South Sixth Street, Lortz Avenue, Eighth Street and Garber Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (May 6, 1942)
18-67. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Cumberland Avenue, South Fifth Street, and Paul Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (March 4, 1946)
18-68. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Loudon Street, Center Street, High Street, Pleasant Street, North Franklin Street, Elder Street, Nelson Street and High Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the costs thereof against the abutting properties. (April 4, 1946)
18-69. 
Approving the proposed action of the Municipal Authority of the Borough of Chambersburg to acquire the water works, water supply works and that part of the water distribution system serving within the limits of the Borough of Chambersburg, authorizing the proper authorities of said Borough to execute and deliver to said Authority proper deeds of conveyance, bills of sale and assignments of lease, conveying all of the Borough of Chambersburg's right, title and interest in and to the water works, water supply works and said part of the water distribution system of the said Borough of Chambersburg for the sum of nine hundred thousand dollars ($900,000); providing for the execution of all papers and instruments necessary and proper for such purpose; and providing for the repeal of existing ordinances inconsistent therewith. (January 13, 1947)
18-70. 
Authorizing the execution of an agreement of water lease by the Borough of Chambersburg as lessee with the Municipal Authority of the Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, as lessor, of the water works, water supply works and that part of the water distribution system serving within the limits of the Borough of Chambersburg, formerly owned by the Borough of Chambersburg, and about to be acquired by the Municipal Authority of the Borough of Chambersburg, and the payment of rentals by the Borough of Chambersburg under the terms of said lease; approving the form of said lease; providing for the execution of a supplemental water lease under certain conditions; providing for the execution of all papers and instruments necessary and proper for such purposes; appropriating $150,000 for the purposes of the water system and for the redemption of bonds, ratifying and confirming the terms and provisions of an ordinance of the Borough of Chambersburg, August 5, 1935, approved August 9, 1935, fixing the water rates for said Borough, and providing for the repeal of existing ordinances inconsistent herewith. (January 13, 1947) (For supplemental lease, see Section 18-118, below. For ordinance terminating this lease, see Section 18-121, below.)
18-71. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Garfield Street and Lortz Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (February 8, 1947)
18-72. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Kraiss Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (March 3, 1947)
18-73. 
Authorizing the lowering of water supply lines and appurtenances in the Borough of Chambersburg and along Pennsylvania State Highway Route No. 43 awarding the contract for said work, and appropriating money to pay for the same. (April 26, 1947)
18-74. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Scotland Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (August 7, 1947)
18-75. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on a portion of Rife Street and Center Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (May 8, 1948)
18-76. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on Blanchard Avenue, South Seventh Street, Floral Avenue, South Coldbrook Avenue, Edgar Avenue and Smith Alley in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (October 8, 1948)
18-77. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on North Coldbrook Avenue, Heintzelman Avenue, High Street, East King Street, Eighth Street, and Grandview Avenue. (November 8, 1948)
18-78. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on portions of Wolf Avenue, Chambers Street, Rose Street, Chestnut Street, Oak Street and Ohio Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (January 3, 1949)
18-79. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on portions of Highland Avenue, Kraiss Avenue, South Coldbrook Avenue and Middle Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (May 6, 1949)
18-80. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on Hamilton Avenue and Conner Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (November 7, 1949)
18-81. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on McKinley Street, South Sixth Street, Floral Avenue, South Coldbrook Avenue, Lortz Avenue, Brookview Avenue, and West King Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (December 24, 1949)
18-82. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on North Seventh Street and on Ohio Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (May 4, 1950)
18-83. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Alexander Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (July 17, 1950)
18-84. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on South Seventh Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (August 15, 1950)
18-85. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Stanley Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (November 12, 1951)
18-86. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on Black Avenue and Gilbert Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (March 27, 1952)
18-87. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on Grandview Avenue, Heintzelman Avenue, and Miller Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (May 11, 1953)
18-88. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on Harrison Drive in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (September 2, 1953)
18-89. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on West Commerce Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (April 20, 1954)
18-90. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on Lortz Avenue and South Sixth Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (May 10, 1954)
18-91. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on South Coldbrook Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (November 16, 1954)
18-92. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on Scotland Avenue, Carlton Avenue, and Alexander Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (April 11, 1955) (For amendment to this ordinance, see Section 18-93, below.)
18-93. 
To amend Section 1 of an ordinance entitled, "An Ordinance authorizing the construction of water mains on Scotland Avenue, Carlton Avenue, and Alexander Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania." (May 9, 1955) (For ordinance amended by this ordinance, see Section 18-92, above.)
18-94. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on McKinley Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (May 10, 1955)
18-95. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on Roland Avenue, Woodstock Road, Clinton Avenue, Hudson Avenue, and Weaver Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Penna. (June 25, 1955) (For amendment to this ordinance, see Section 18-96, below.)
18-96. 
To amend Section 1 of an ordinance entitled, "An Ordinance authorizing the construction of water mains on Roland Avenue, Woodstock Road, Clinton Avenue, Hudson Avenue, and Weaver Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania." (July 25, 1955) (For ordinance amended by this ordinance, see Section 18-95, above.
18-97. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Garfield Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (July 25, 1955)
18-98. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on West Burkhart Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (August 8, 1955)
18-99. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main on Garfield Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (----------------, 1955)
18-100. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains on South Sixth Street, Bender Avenue, and Middle Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. (September 10, 1956)
18-101. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in Cleveland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (October 29, 1957)
18-102. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in Scotland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (February 14, 1958)
18-103. 
Authorizing construction of a water supply intake structure and awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (July 2, 1958)
18-104. 
Authorizing electrical work in connection with construction of a water supply intake structure and awarding the contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (July 2, 1958)
18-105. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in Weaver Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (October 22, 1958)
18-106. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in Miller Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (March 9, 1959)
18-107. 
Authorizing the cleaning of a cast iron water transmission main from the water intake site near Caledonia Park to a point within the Borough of Chambersburg, a distance of approximately 11 miles. (June 8, 1959)
18-108. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in Wayne Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (October 24, 1960)
18-109. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains in Miller Street and in Barger Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (November 14, 1960)
18-110. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in Hudson Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (June 11, 1962)
18-111. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in Highland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 63-12, May 13, 1963)
18-112. 
Untitled resolution authorizing the Water Department to apply fluoride-bearing chemicals to the water supply and authorizing application to the Department of Health for a permit authorizing the application of such fluorides. (Resolution 64-9, February 10, 1964)
18-113. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in Scotland Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 64-27, September 3, 1964)
18-114. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in Edgar Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 64-33, September 14, 1964)
18-115. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains in Edgelea Drive, Mentzer Avenue and Weaver Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the costs thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 64-42, December 14, 1964)
18-116. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in Grandview Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 65-10, March 22, 1965)
18-117. 
Authorizing the construction of water mains in Stouffer Avenue, East Brandon Drive, and Stanley Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 66-24, July 28, 1966)
18-118. 
Authorizing the execution and delivery of an agreement of supplemental water lease to be dated as of September 1, 1966, as a supplement to an original lease dated as of January 1, 1947, with The Burgess (now Mayor) and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, as lessee, and the Municipal Authority of the Borough of Chambersburg as lessor, of the water system and the proposed improvements and additions thereto, owned by the Authority, and the payments of additional rental thereunder, and approving the form of the supplemental lease; authorizing the conveyance of certain real estate and interests in real estate as described in the supplemental lease to the Authority; providing for the execution by the proper officials of the Borough of all instruments necessary and proper for carrying out the terms of this ordinance; providing for the repeal of inconsistent ordinances. (Ordinance 66-31, August 22, 1966) (For original lease, see Section 18-70, above. For ordinance terminating this lease, see Section 18-121, below.)
18-119. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in Stanley Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 66-38, September 26, 1966)
18-120. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in Stouffer Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 66-42, October 27, 1966) (For amendment to this ordinance, see Section 18-123, below.)
18-121. 
Approving the form and authorizing the execution and delivery of an agreement of lease between the Mayor and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg as lessee, with the Municipal Authority of the Borough of Chambersburg, as lessor, of the water system and certain now proposed additions and improvements thereto, and approving the payment of rentals; and providing for termination of the water system lease dated as of January 1, 1947, and lease supplemental thereto dated as of September 1, 1966. (Ordinance 67-6, February 13, 1967) (For original lease and supplemental lease referred to, see Sections 18-70 and 18-118, respectively, above. For lease supplemental to this, see Section 18-125, below.)
18-122. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in Wayne Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of a portion of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 67-7, February 15, 1967)
18-123. 
Amending an ordinance entitled, "An Ordinance authorizing the construction of a water main in Stouffer Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties." (Ordinance 67-24, May 10, 1967) (For ordinance amended by this ordinance, see Section 18-120, above. This changed the assessment provisions in the ordinance.)
18-124. 
Approving an agreement between the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, through the Department of Forests and Waters, and the Borough for the use of State land for the construction of a dam for impounding water in Franklin Township, Adams County. (Resolution 68-53, November 25, 1968)
18-125. 
Approving the form of and authorizing the execution and delivery of a supplemental lease and sublease to be dated as of January 1, 1969, as a supplement to an original lease and sublease dated as of March 15, 1967, with the Mayor and Town Council of the Borough of Chambersburg, as lessee, and the Municipal Authority of the Borough of Chambersburg, as lessor, of the water system of the Authority, and approving the payments of additional rental thereunder; approving the form of and authorizing the execution and delivery of a certain assignment extending a certain initial assignment dated as of January 30, 1947 to and including January 1, 2009; approving the form of and authorizing the execution and delivery of an assignment of a certain agreement dated December 1, 1968, between the Borough and the Commonwealth respecting certain interests in real estate, as such agreement is described in Schedule A attached to the supplemental lease and sublease; providing for the execution by the proper officials of the Borough of all instruments necessary and proper for carrying out the terms of this ordinance; providing for the repeal of inconsistent ordinance. (Ordinance 68-54, December 11, 1968) (For original lease, see Section 18-121, above.)
18-126. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in South Main Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 70-12, May 25, 1970) (For amendment to this ordinance, see Section 18-127, below.)
18-127. 
Amending an ordinance entitled, "An Ordinance authorizing the construction of a water main in South Main Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 70-19, June 24, 1970) (For ordinance amended by this ordinance, see Section 18-126, above.)
18-128. 
Authorizing the construction of water main in South Main Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 70-23, September 28, 1970)
18-129. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in McKinley Street in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 71-19, August 9, 1971)
18-130. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in Grandview Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 71-20, August 9, 1971)
18-131. 
Authorizing the rehabilitation of spillway of the Birch Run Dam for the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding a contract for the same and appropriating money to pay for the same. (Ordinance 71-28, September 22, 1971)
18-132. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in Horst Avenue in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 72-33, June 28, 1972)
18-133. 
Authorizing a contract for the rehabilitation of control structure of Birch Run Dam for the Borough of Chambersburg, awarding the contract for the same and providing for the payment thereof. (Ordinance 72-44, September 27, 1972)
18-134. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in Progress Road and Mill Road in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 75-5, February 12, 1975)
18-135. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in Mill Road in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 75-35, August 27, 1975)
18-136. 
Authorizing the construction of a water main in South Main Street, in the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and providing for the assessment and collection of the cost thereof against the abutting properties. (Ordinance 81-17, September 23, 1981)

XIX ZONING RECLASSIFICATION

19-1. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification Low Density Residential to a zoning classification of Moderate Density Residential, said tract of real estate being located in the Fifth Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg, being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 82-9, September 8, 1982)
19-2. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification Moderate Density Residential to a zoning classification of Distributive Commercial Highway, said tract of real estate being located in the Fourth Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg, being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 83-1, January 26, 1983)
19-3. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification Low Density Residential to a Zoning Classification of Distributive Commercial Highway, said tract of real estate being located in the Second Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg, being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 83-6, June 8, 1983)
19-4. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification Moderate Density Residential to a zoning classification of Distributive Commercial Highway, said tract of real estate being located in the Fifth Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg, being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 85-5, June 26, 1985)
19-5. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification Low Density Residential to a zoning classification of Light Manufacturing, said tract of real estate being located in the Fourth Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg, being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 85-10, October 23, 1985)
19-6. 
Reclassifying two tracts of land containing zoning classification Distributive Commercial Highway and Moderate Density Residential to a zoning classification of Distributive Commercial Neighborhood, said tracts of real estate being located in the Fifth Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg, being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 86-1, February 12, 1986)
19-7. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification Moderate Density Residential to a zoning classification of Distributive Commercial Highway, said tract of real estate being located in the Fourth Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg, being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 87-3, June 10, 1987)
19-8. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification Low Density Residential to a zoning classification of Moderate Density Residential, said tract of real estate being located in the First Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg, being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 87-7, October 28, 1987)
19-9. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification Medium Manufacturing to a zoning classification of Heavy Manufacturing, said tract of real estate being located in the Third Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg, being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 87-10, November 4, 1987)
19-10. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification Moderate Density Residential to a zoning classification of Medium Manufacturing, said tract of real estate being located in the Third Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg, being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 87-11, November 18, 1987)
19-11. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification Low Density Residential District to a zoning classification of Distributive Commercial Highway District, said tract of real estate being located in the Second Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 88-9, April 13, 1989)
19-12. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification Moderate Density Residential District to a zoning classification of Distributive Commercial Neighborhood District, said tract of real estate being located in the Fifth Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 88-12, July 13, 1988)
19-13. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification of Distributive Commercial Highway to zoning classification of Moderate Density Residential, said tract of real estate being located in the Second Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance.
19-14. 
Correcting the Borough of Chambersburg Zoning Ordinance of 1982 to designate a tract of land as a zoning classification of Distributive Commercial Neighborhood, said tract of real estate being located in the Fifth Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 89-8, June 14, 1989)
19-15. 
Reclassifying three tracts of land containing zoning classification Low and Moderate Density Residential Districts to Professional Office District; Low Density Residential District to Moderate Density Residential District; and Moderate Density Residential District to Low Density Residential District, said tracts of real estate being located in the First Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 90-3, April 11, 1990)
19-16. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification Low Density Residential District and may contain certain parts of the Environmental District, to Medium Manufacturing District, said tract of real estate being located in the First Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 90-4, April 25, 1990)
19-17. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing a combination of zoning classifications Low Density Residential (LDR) and Distributed Commercial Highway (DCH) Districts to a combination of the following: Distributed Commercial Highway (DCH) District, Professional Office (PO) District, Distributed Commercial Neighborhood (DCN) District, and Moderate Density Residential (MDR) District, said tract of real estate being located in the First and Second Wards of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 94-16, December 14, 1994)
19-18. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing a zoning classification of Low Density Residential (LDR) District to Moderate Density Residential (MDR) District, said tract of real estate being located in the Third Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 96-6, August 14, 1996)
19-19. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing a combination of zoning classification Distributive Commercial Neighborhood (DCN) and Medium Manufacturing (MM) to Heavy Manufacturing (HM) District, said tract of real estate being located in the Third Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 96-9, September 25, 1996)
19-20. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing a zoning classification of Heavy Manufacturing (HM) to Light Manufacturing (LM), said tract of real estate being located in the First Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 97-16, October 22, 1997)
19-21. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing a zoning classification of Low Density Residential (LDR) to Distributed Commercial Neighborhood Business (DCN), said tract of real estate being located in the Second Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 99-6, April 14, 1999)
19-22. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing a zoning classification of Moderate Density Residential (MDR) to Medium Manufacturing (MM), said tract of real estate being located in the Third Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 99-11, May 26, 1999)
19-23. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing a zoning classification of Light Manufacturing (LM) to Low Density Residential (LDR), said tract of real estate being located in the Fifth Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 99-12, May 26, 1999)
19-24. 
Reclassifying various tracts of land in the Second Ward. (Ordinance 2001-10, May 23, 2001)
19-25. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing a zoning classification of Distributive Commercial Highway (DCH) to Moderate Density Residential (MDR), said tract of real estate being located in the Second Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2002-19, December 10, 2002)
19-26. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing a zoning classification of Moderate Density Residential (MDR) to Distributed Commercial Neighborhood (DCN), said tract of real estate being located in the Second Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2002-20, December 10, 2002)
19-27. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing a zoning classification of Low Density Residential (LDR) to Moderate Density Residential (MDR), said tract of real estate being located in the First Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2003-8, August 12, 2003)
19-28. 
Reclassifying three tracts of land containing zoning classifications of Low Density Residential (LDR) to Moderate Density Residential (MDR); Distributive Commercial Highway (DCH) to Moderate Density Residential (MDR); and Low Density Residential (LDR) to Distributive Commercial Highway (DCH), said tracts of real estate being located in the Second Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2005-5, April 25, 2005)
19-29. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing a zoning classification of Medium Manufacturing (MM) to Moderate Density Residential (MDR), said tract of real estate being located in the Third Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2005-7, June 13, 2005)
19-30. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing a zoning classification of Low Density Residential (LDR) to Distributed Commercial Highway (DCH), said tract of real estate being located in the Second Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg, and reclassifying a tract of land containing a zoning classification of Medium Manufacturing (MM) to Moderate Density Residential (MDR), said tract of real estate being located in the Third Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg, both being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2005-15, November 14, 2005)
19-31. 
Reclassifying four parcels of land, together with portions of the rights-of-way of Wayne Avenue, Orchard Drive and Stouffer Avenue, containing a zoning classification of Distributed Commercial Neighborhood (DCN) to Distributed Commercial Highway (DCH), said parcels and rights-of-way being located in the Fifth Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2007-02, March 19, 2007)
19-32. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing a zoning classification of Low Density Residential (LDR) and Distributed Commercial Neighborhood Business (DCN) to Distributed Commercial Highway (DCH), said tract of real estate being located in the Second Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2007-06, May 21, 2007)
19-33. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing a zoning classification of Moderate Density Residential (MDR) to Medium Manufacturing (MM), said tract of real estate being located in the Third Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2007-15, September 24, 2007)
19-34. 
Reclassifying five tracts of land containing a combined zoning classification of Low Density Residential (LDR) and Medium Manufacturing (MM) to a zoning classification of Distributed Commercial Highway (DCH), said tracts of real estate being located in the Third Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2008-03, March 24, 2008)
19-35. 
Reclassifying one tract of land containing zoning classification Low Density Residential (LDR) to Distributed Commercial Highway (DCH), said tract being located in the Third Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg and more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2008-10, July 29, 2008)
19-36. 
Reclassifying four tracts of land containing a zoning classification of Moderate Density Residential (MDR) to a zoning classification of Distributed Commercial Highway (DCH), said tracts of real estate being located in the Third Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2008-12, September 15, 2008)
19-37. 
Reclassifying one tract of land containing a zoning classification of Low Density Residential (LDR) to a zoning classification of Distributed Commercial Neighborhood Business (DCN), said tract of real estate being located in the Fifth Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg and being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2009-17, October 19, 2009)
19-38. 
Reclassifying six tracts of land containing zoning classification Medium Manufacturing (MM) to Distributed Commercial Highway (DCH);Medium Manufacturing (MM) to Low Density Residential (LDR); Heavy Manufacturing (HM) to Medium Manufacturing (MM); Heavy Manufacturing (HM) to Distributed Commercial Highway (DCH); Heavy Manufacturing (HM) to Moderate Density Residential (MDR); and Medium Manufacturing (MM) to Heavy Manufacturing (HM), said tracts of real estate being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2010-06, April 12, 2010)
19-39. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification Medium and Heavy Manufacturing (MM) and (HM)to Distributed Commercial Highway (DCH); and to extend the Distributed Commercial Highway (DCH) Zone, said tract of real estate being located in the Fourth Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg and being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2010-07, April 26, 2010)
19-40. 
Reclassifying two tracts of land containing zoning classification Low Density Residential (LDR) to Distributed Commercial Neighborhood (DCN); and Low Density Residential (LDR) to Moderate Density Residential (MDR), said tracts of real estate being in the Fifth Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg and being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2010-10, May 10, 2010)
19-41. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification Distributed Commercial Highway (DCH) to Moderate Density Residential (MDR), said tract of real estate being in the Third Ward of the Borough of Chambersburg and being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2010-11, May 10, 2010)
19-42. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification Distributed Commercial Highway (DCH) to Medium Manufacturing (MM), said tract of real estate being in the Grant Street area of the Borough of Chambersburg and being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2011-06, July 11, 2011)
19-43. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing a zoning classification of Moderate Density Residential (MDR) to Distributive Commercial Highway (DCH), said tract of land being along the south side of West King Street between Franklin Street and Hood Street, and reclassifying a tract of land containing a zoning classification of Moderate Density Residential (MDR) to Heavy Manufacturing (HM), said tract of land being along the east side of South Main Street between 1140 and 1270 South Main Street, both tracts being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2013-03, February 25, 2013)
19-44. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification Low Density Residential (LDR) to Distributive Commercial Neighborhood Business (DCN), said tract of real estate being along the northeast side of Wayne Avenue, from 601 Wayne Avenue to 681 Wayne Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg and being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2013-07, May 13, 2013)
19-45. 
Reclassifying a tract of land containing zoning classification Low Density Residential (LDR) to Distributive Commercial Neighborhood Business (DCN), said tract of real estate being along the southern side of Wayne Avenue, from 572 Wayne Avenue to 672 Wayne Avenue, in the Borough of Chambersburg, and being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2013-12, August 12, 2013)
19-46. 
Reclassifying an area along the western side of Fourth Street having an address of 527 South Fourth Street from Low-Density Residential (LDR) to Distributive Commercial Neighborhood Business (DCN) and being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2015-08, August 10, 2015)
19-47. 
Reclassifying an area along the western side of South Main Street designated as 1421 South Main Street from Moderate-Density Residential (MDR) to Distributive Commercial Highway (DCH) and being more fully described in the ordinance. (Ordinance 2016-02, March 28, 2016)
19-48. 
Reclassifying an area along the western side of Wayne Avenue from 370 Wayne Avenue to 374 Wayne Avenue from Low-Density Residential (LDR) to Distributed Commercial - Neighborhood Business (DCN). (Ordinance 2017-03, February 27, 2017)
19-49. 
Reclassifying an area along the western side of Orchard Drive from the intersection of Progress Road to the intersection of Mill Road from Distributed Commercial - Highway (DCH) to Moderate-Density Residential (MDR). (Ordinance 2017-04, February 27, 2017)