Township of Harrison, PA
Allegheny County
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§ 101 Governmental and Intergovernmental Affairs

Ord./Res.
Subject
6, 10/1/1900
Apportioning Commissioner election
68, 5/2/1910
Fixing datum
99, 1/11/1912
Installing fire alarm system in Natrona
368, 2/4/1927
Naming Natrona Heights
807, 10/8/1951
Revoking special police officers
983, 7/16/1956
Becoming subject to Allegheny County Department of Health
1276, 12/15/1966
Joining Northeast Regional Planning Commission
1320, 4/18/1968
Contract for comprehensive plan
1339, 8/29/1968
Mutual police protection with Boroughs of Brackenridge and Tarentum
1362, 5/15/1969
Mutual police protection with Borough of Freeport
1393, 3/16/1970
Making joint purchases with other municipalities
1455, 8/23/1971
Purchase contracts with Department of Property and Supplies
1527A, 1/21/1974
Questioning the electors as to the advisability of establishing a Home Rule Charter
Res. 675, 5/22/1978
Joining Allegheny Valley North Council of Governments
1694, 10/27/1980
Street opening bond of $5,000 required of Bell Telephone
1704, 2/16/1981
Mutual police protection with Borough of Tarentum and Township of East Deer
1751, 4/18/1983
Ambulance rescue services
1752A, 6/20/1983
Adopting retention/disposition schedule for Township records
Res. 737, 1/23/1984
Mutual radio dispatching service with Township of Fawn
Res. 742, 3/19/1984
Mutual radio dispatching service with Township of Frazer
Res. 760, 11/19/1984
Mutual radio dispatching service with Township of Fawn
Res. 761, 11/19/1984
Mutual radio dispatching service with Township of Frazer
Res. 769, 1/21/1985
Articles of Incorporation for Solid Waste Management Authority
Res. 794, 3/17/1986
Approving amendment to Municipal Employers Trust Agreement
Res. 795, 3/17/1986
Disposal of Records for 1978
1779, 6/16/1986
Notice to J. Rencewicz to remove dangerous structure located at Argonne Drive and Ninth Avenue
Res. 806, 7/21/1986
Granting tax abatement in the Highlands Industrial Park.
Res. 809, 7/21/1986
Agreement with Commonwealth to provide winter road services for a three-year period.
Res. 813, 10/20/1986
Distributing funds from Pennsylvania General Municipal Pension System. Police Pension Fund; $54,390. Nonuniformed Pension Fund $5,941.
Res. 820, 11/17/1986
Agreement with Allegheny County to provide winter road services for 86-87 season.
Res. 834, 1/19/1987
Agreement with HMO of Western Pennsylvania to provide options to employees in lieu of Blue Cross/Blue Shield.
Res. 837, 3/16/1987
Authorizing Allegheny Valley North COG to administer grant monies for Community Development Program
Res. 840, 4/27/1987
An agreement for leasing telephone equipment with AT and T.
Res. 841, 4/27/1987
An agreement for updating the Harrison Township Code of Ordinances.
Res. 849, 9/21/1987
Disposal of Records for 1979.
Res. 853, 9/21/1987
Amending the present Contract for Police Pension Fund Administration.
Ord. 1788, 9/21/1987
— Notice to Katherine and Steven Vakulick to remove dangerous structures located at Blue Ridge Avenue.
— Notice to Walter and Ethel Mae Pollock to remove dangerous structures located at Wood Street.
Res. 854, 10/19/1987
Distribution Funds from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania General Municipal Pension System:
Police Pension Fund $50,106
Nonuniformed Pension Fund $43,348.44
Res. 856, 10/19/1987
Snow and Ice Control Agreement for the 1987-88 Winter Season.
Ord. 1790, 11/16/1987
— Notice to Francis R. and Helen P. Jasso to remove dangerous structures located at Ivanhoe Street.
— Notice to George and Martha Valasek to remove dangerous structures located at Spruce Street.
Res. 866, 3/21/1988
Authorizing Reimbursement of Expenses for Officials' Attending Conventions, Conferences.
Res. 871, 5/16/1988
Authorizing entry into contracts with Russell Standard Corp., Commercial Stone Co., and Burrell Construction and Supply Co., for road materials and supplies.
Res. 872, 5/16/1988
Authorizing entry into contracts with Orris Fuel Service, Ron Gillette, and Kenyon Roofing for labor, equipment, materials and/or supplies.
Res. 875, 7/18/1988
Adoption of the Allegheny County Solid Waste Management Plan.
Res. 877, 8/15/1988
Formal request of a grant from the Allegheny County Dept. of Development.
Res. 878, 9/26/1988
Disposal of Township records for 1980, and police records for 1985.
Res. 880, 10/17/1988
Authorizing entry into a contract for rock salt.
Res. 881, 10/17/1988
Authorizing entry into a contract with Advanced Computer Concepts, Inc. for the purchase of a computer system.
Res. 882, 11/21/1988
Distributing funds from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania General Municipal Pension System State Aid Program (Act 205):
Police Pension Fund $50,899
Nonuniformed Pension Fund $27,871.01.
Res. 885, 12/29/1988
Retaining Mockenhaupt, Mockenhaupt, Cowden and Parks, Inc. to provide consultation and actuarial services in the transfer of the Police Pension Fund to Pittsburgh National Bank.
Res. 888, 12/29/1988
An agreement to settle the property tax appeals of Allegheny Ludlum.
Res. 889, 12/29/1988
Compensation of Township positions for 1989.
Res. 890, 2/16/1989
Honoring Township Eagle Scouts of the Boy Scouts of America.
Res. 891, 2/20/1989
Question placed on ballot concerning the issuance of licenses to conduct small games of chance.
Res. 892, 2/20/1989
Authorization and direction for the transfer of police pension.
Res. 894, 3/20/1989
Authorization and direction to execute the Harrison Township Police Pension Plan.
Res. 895, 3/20/1989
Adoption of the Allegheny County Solid Waste Management Plan.
Res. 897, 4/17/1989
Authorizing mutual aid agreements with ambulance and rescue services.
1798, 5/16/1988
Requiring the removal or repair of a dangerous structure owned by Marie and Earl Adamson, located at 44-46 North Canal Street.
1803, 12/29/1988
Naming Pittsburgh National Bank as successor trustee to the Police Pension Fund.
1805, 2/20/1989
Requiring the removal or repair of a dangerous structure owned by Edward and Belva Parker, located at 2128 Freeport Road, Natrona Heights.
1806, 7/17/1989
Requiring the removal or repair of a dangerous structure owned by Robert and Anna Eberhardt, located at 52 Walnut Street, Natrona, PA.
1807, 8/21/1989
Requiring the removal or repair of a dangerous structure owned or once owned by Curtis Blalock, located at Kentucky Avenue, Parks Plan.
1818-A, 5/20/1991
Requiring the removal or repair of a dangerous structure owned by Leonard J. and Susan L. Glogowski, located at 10 Wood Street, Natrona, PA.
1818-B, 12/27/1990
Authorizing and approving amendments to the service agreement among the Upper Allegheny Joint Sanitary Authority, the Borough of Tarentum, the Borough of Brackenridge, the Township of Harrison and the Township of East Deer.
1823, 12/9/1991
Authorizing a municipal police cooperative agreement with other signatory municipalities to enforce narcotics and illegal drug laws.
Res. 898, 5/11/1989
Authorizing a trust agreement with Pittsburgh National Bank for the Harrison Township Police Pension Fund.
Res. 899, 5/15/1989
Authorizing a contact with the Department of Community affairs.
Res. 900, 5/15/1989
Urging support of House Bill 697, The Economic Adjustment Act.
Res. 901, 6/8/1989
Authorizing the execution of a deed pertaining to property at Block 1367-S Lot 214.
Res. 902, 8/8/1989
Authorizing entry into contracts with suppliers for labor, equipment, materials and/or supplies and setting forth the terms and conditions of such contracts.
Res. 904, 6/8/1989
Authorizing the development of Natrona Riverfront Park for public use in accordance with the provisions of the Recreational Improvement and Rehabilitation Act.
Res. 905, 6/8/1989
Authorizing the erection of traffic signals on Freeport Road, Oak Manor Drive and York Drive.
Res. 906, 6/8/1989
Authorizing a grant for State funding for a community center.
Res. 907, 6/8/1989
Authorizing the Allegheny Valley North Council of Governments to act as project manager for the Townships RIRA application for community center.
Res. 908, 6/19/1989
Authorizing entry into contract for rental of paving equipment with operators.
Res. 910, 7/17/1989
Authorizing execution of an agreement with the Upper Allegheny Joint Sanitary Authority, Township of Buffalo, Municipal Authority of Buffalo Township, and the Township of Harrison for sanitary sewer service.
Res. 911, 7/17/1989
Authorizing entry into a contract with Burrell Industries, Inc., for the repaving of old Freeport Road and Veterans Lane.
Res. 912, 7/17/1989
Designating the Pittsburgh National Bank as a depositary for the DCA Legislative Initiative Account.
Res. 913, 8/17/1989
Authorizing entry into right-of-way agreement with T.W. Phillips Gas and Oil Company, for River Avenue, Natrona.
Res. 915, 8/21/1989
Authorizing the President of Board of Commissioners of Harrison Township to sign an agreement on behalf to the Township Secretary.
Res. 916, 8/21/1989
Authorizing the proper official to enter into an emergency equipment reciprocal use agreement on terms as set forth in the letter attached.
Res. 917, 9/7/1989
Authorizing the filing of an application for funds with the Allegheny County Department of Development.
Res. 918, 9/7/1989
Determining certain structures as having blighting influence on the community in conformance with Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Urban Redevelopment Law, and declaring said structures as blighted.
Res. 919, 9/14/1989
Authorizing entry into a contract with a Traffic Systems and Services to furnish and install a traffic signal system at S.R. 1001, S.R. 1032 and Veterans Lane.
Res. 920, 9/14/1989
Authorizing request by board for an aim grant and execution of grant in the amount of $25,000 for the Oak Manor Drive and Freeport Road traffic signal.
Res. 921, 9/18/1989
Declaring the Township's intent to dispose of certain Township records for the year 1981 and certain police records for the year 1986, in accordance with the retention and disposition schedule for records.
Res. 923, 10/16/1989
Authorizing the distribution of funds received from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania General Municipal Pension System State Aid Program into the Harrison Township Police Pension and nonuniformed pension plans.
Res. 924, 10/16/1989
Authorizing a contract with the Department of Community affairs for legislative initiative grant.
Res. 926, 11/20/1989
Authorizing entry into a contract for road salt and setting forth terms and conditions of such contract.
Res. 927, 11/20/1989
Authorizing grant contract with the Department of Community Affairs, RIRA Program, for Riverfront Park Project.
Res. 928, 11/20/1989
Authorizing the President of the Board of Commissioners to sign an agreement on behalf of the Township Secretary.
Res. 930, 12/28/1989
Setting forth the compensation of certain Township positions for the year 1990.
Res. 931, 12/28/1989
Authorizing and directing the radio dispatching services and jail facilities be made available by the Township to the Township of Fawn and Township of Springdale.
Res. 936, 6/25/1990
Authorizing grant agreement with the Department of Environmental Resources for recycling grant.
Res. 937, 5/21/1990
Supporting Highland School District in its efforts against the drug problem.
Res. 938, 5/21/1990
Amending the agreement previously entered into to permit areas in Buffalo Township and Fawn Township to be served by the Township Sewage Collection System, the amendment shall be know as Supplemental Service Agreement No. 1.
Res. 939, 5/21/1990
Authorizing entry into contracts with suppliers for labor, equipment, materials and/or suppliers and setting forth the terms and conditions of such contracts.
Res. 940, 6/25/1990
Adopting the Township's drug free workplace policy.
Res. 941, 6/25/1990
Authorizing execution of an administration agreement with AVNCOG for CD year XVI.
Res. 943, 7/9/1990
Authorizing the President of the Board to sign an agreement on behalf of the Township Secretary.
Res. 944, 7/16/1990
Authorizing the filing of an application for funds with the Allegheny County Department of Development.
Res. 945, 7/16/1990
Authorizing entry into contract with suppliers for labor, equipment, materials and/or supplies and setting forth the terms and conditions of such contracts.
Res. 946, 8/1/1990
Authorizing an agreement with Kratzenberg, Shields and Lesko for the collection of delinquent Township real estate taxes.
Res. 947, 8/20/1990
Authorizing the filing of an application for funds with the Allegheny County Department of Development.
Res. 948, 8/20/1990
Authorizing an award for information which results in conviction of unlawful dumping in the Township.
Res. 949, 8/20/1990
Establishing a schedule of nonrefundable fees to be paid in connection with applications for subdivision or land development and mobile home parks.
Res. 950, 8/20/1990
Adopting corrective action plan of the Upper Allegheny Joint Sanitary Authority and repealing prior inconsistent resolutions.
Res. 951, 8/20/1990
Accepting the bid for solid waste and recycling collection submitted by Morrow Refuse, Inc.
Res. 952, 8/20/1990
Authorizing an agreement with Stephenson Equipment, Inc., for purchase of a recycling vehicle.
Res. 953, 8/20/1990
Authorizing the Alle-Kiski Revitalization Corporation to request funding for a regional water resources plan.
Res. 954, 9/17/1990
Increasing the penalty charged on collection of delinquent taxes from 5% to 10%, as permitted by law.
Res. 955, 9/17/1990
Authorizing amendment to the contract with the County of Allegheny Agreement No. 26336-A, for the Gypsy Moth Program.
Res. 956, 10/11/1990
Authorizing and directing proper officials to enter an agreement, settling a real estate tax appeal pertaining to property at Block and Lot No. 1367-C-83, #10 for the sum of $10,400.
Res. 957, 10/29/1990
Authorizing the distribution of funds received from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania general municipal pension system State Aid Program
Res. 958, 10/29/1990
Authorizing supplementation agreement with Penns Valley Publishers for the Township codification.
Res. 959, 11/19/1990
Appointing an Independent Auditor.
Res. 963, 12/31/1990
Setting forth the compensation of certain positions for the year 1991.
Res. 964, 12/27/1990
Authorizing a settlement agreement with Buckeye Pipeline Company wherein the Township will be paid $6,000 in full settlement of the Township's claims for expenses due to the Buckeye oil spill.
Res. 966, 1/21/1991
Authorizing a mutual emergency aid agreement with the City of New Kensington.
Res. 969, 3/18/1991
Accepting grant from DER and authorizing leaf collection agreement.
Res. 970, 5/20/1991
Designating Pittsburgh National Bank as a depository of Harrison Township.
Res. 971, 5/20/1991
Authorizing contracts with suppliers for labor, equipment, materials and/or supplies and setting forth the terms and conditions of such contracts.
Res. 973, 5/20/1991
Authorizing a contract with the County of Allegheny for Gypsy Moth Program.
Res. 974, 6/13/1991
Recognizing civic and service associations in the Township under Act 195 of 1990, pertaining to licensing for small games of chance.
Res. 975, 6/24/1991
Entering a lease agreement with Citizens Volunteer Hose Company whereby the Township will lease the playground, ball field and tennis courts at the Birdville School property.
Res. 978, 6/24/1991
Authorizing the President of the Board to sign on behalf of the Township Secretary.
Res. 979, 7/15/1991
Recognizing the Kosciuszko Polish Patriotic Society as a civic organization within the Township, as pertains to the small games of chance law.
Res. 980, 7/15/1991
Approving sale price for tax sale of Smoothway Construction Company Property.
Res. 981, 7/15/1991
Authorizing the Department of Community Affairs, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to conduct a study of the Harrison Township Police Department.
Res. 984, 8/19/1991
Recognizing the Islesworth Club as a civic organization within the Township, as pertains to the small games of chance law.
Res. 987, 9/16/1991
Board of Commissioners designate Thomas J. Benecki as the official to file all applications, documents and forms between the Township of Harrison and the Allegheny County Department of Development.
Res. 988, 9/16/1991
Determining certain structures as having blighting influence on the community in conformance with Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Urban Redevelopment Law, and declaring said structures as blighted.
Res. 989, 9/16/1991
Approving minimum sale price for the tax sale of property of Herbert Kirkland.
Res. 990, 10/17/1991
Permanently discontinuing any form of support, financial or otherwise, to the Natrona Volunteer Hose Company No. 1 and permanently withdrawing recognition.
Res. 991, 10/21/1991
Authorizing agreements with National Car Sales, Inc., and A and H Equipment Company.
Res. 993, 10/21/1991
Authorizing the distribution of funds received from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania General Municipal Pension State Aid Program into the Harrison Township Police Pension and nonuniformed pension plans.
Res. 994, 10/21/1991
Authorizing entry into a contract with Akzo Sale, Inc., for the purchase of rock salt.
Res. 996, 11/18/1991
Authorizing the Board of Commissioners to execute the Peer-to-Peer Technical Assistance Articles of Agreement.
Res. 997, 11/18/1991
Appointing an independent auditor for the year 1991.
Res. 998, 11/18/1991
Approving minimum sale price for the tax sales of the properties listed herein — Terentum Development and Timothy Hamm.
Res. 999, 11/18/1991
Authorizing the Township of Harrison to enter into a revocable trust agreement to cooperate jointly with other school districts, municipalities and municipal authorities in this Commonwealth.
Res. 1000, 12/5/1991
Certifying activities under DCA Project number RIRA-PRD-5-62.
Res. 1001, 12/30/1991
Enumerating certain salaries, wages and benefits of Township employees for the year 1992.
Res. 1002, 12/30/1991
Authorizing execution all contracts and documents necessary to permit the Township to join the Tactical Narcotics Task Force.
Res. 1004, 12/30/1991
Recognizing Hilltop Hose Fire Co. No. 3 as a civic and/or service association under the local options small games of chance act.
Res. 1005, 3/16/1992
Recognizing Citizens Hose Company No. 2 as a civic and/or service association under the local options small games of chance act.
Res. 1006, 4/20/1992
Providing for the inspection and copying of public records and documents.
Res. 1007, 4/20/1992
Providing for the conduct of citizens at public meetings of the Board of Commissioners of the Township.
Res. 1008, 3/16/1992
Authorizing the Board of Commissioners to execute a deed pertaining to property at Block 1368-L, Lot 235, now or formerly of Hamm.
Res. 1009, 3/16/1992
Authorizing the Board of Commissioners to execute a deed pertaining to property a Block 1366-S, Lot 322, and Block 1366-S, Lot 200, now or formerly of Tarentum Development Company.
Res. 1010, 3/16/1992
Authorizing to execute a deed pertaining to property at Block 1519-F, Lot 177, now or formerly of Herbert Kirkland.
Res. 1013, 5/18/1992
Approving lowest acceptable bid price for the tax sale of the property of Mary Karolek.
Res. 1014, 5/18/1992
Recognizing Slovak Hall Association as a civic and/or service association under the local options small games of chance act.
Res. 1015, 5/18/1992
Approving a schedule of fees required to be paid by applicants for approval of subdivisions and other developments.
Res. 1016, 5/18/1992
Requiring the conveyance to the Township of all assets of the Harrison Township Water Authority.
Res. 1018, 6/15/1992
Authorizing the President of the Board of Commissioners to sign on behalf of the Township Secretary.
Res. 1019, 6/15/1992
Authorizing the employment of special counsel and other consultants to seek reconveyance of all assets of the Harrison Township Water Authority as well as the assumption of all functions and operations and presently outstanding bonded indebtedness of the Authority.
Res. 1021, 8/13/1992
Authorizing the filing of an application for funds with the Allegheny County Department of Development.
Res. 1022, 8/17/1992
Requesting permission to participate in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania cooperative purchasing program.
Res. 1024, 8/17/1992
Authorizing the Emergency Operations Plan of Harrison Township.
Res. 1026, 9/21/1992
Designating Thomas Benecki as an official to file all applications, documents and forms between the Township of Harrison and the Allegheny County Department of Development in the amount of $16,500
Res. 1027, 9/21/1992
Designating Thomas Benecki as the official to file all applications, documents and forms between the Township of Harrison and the Allegheny County Department of Development in the amount of $21,000.
Res. 1028, 9/21/1992
Designating Thomas Benecki as the official to file all applications, documents and forms between the Township of Harrison and the Allegheny County Department of Development in the amount of $23,500.
Res. 1029, 9/21/1992
Designating Thomas Benecki as the official to file all applications, documents and forms between the Township of Harrison and the Allegheny County Department of Development in the amount of $15,000.
Res. 1030, 9/21/1992
Designating Thomas Benecki as the official to file all applications, documents and forms between the Township of Harrison and the Allegheny County Department of Development in the amount of $8,000.
Res. 1031, 9/21/1992
Determining such structures as having blighting influence on the community in conformance with Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Urban Redevelopment Law, declare said structures as blighted.
Res. 1034, 9/21/1992
Authorizing Amendment No. 1 to grant agreement with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources for the Township's leaf collection program.
Res. 1036, 9/21/1992
Authorizing execution of a deed for the Mary Karolek property.
Res. 1037, 10/21/1992
Authorizing the distribution of funds received from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania General Municipal Pension State Aid Program.
Res. 1038, 10/21/1992
Approving lowest acceptable bid price for the tax sale of the John W. Falkner property.
Res. 1039, 12/21/1992
Authorizing the proper officers to enter a contract with Orris Fuel Service to purchase fuel through September 30, 1993.
Res. 1040, 12/21/1992
Designating Southwest National Bank of Pennsylvania as depository for its sinking fund account.
1827, 12/30/1992
Reapportioning the wards of the Township.
Res. 1041, 12/30/1992
Authorizing certain signators on behalf of the Township with Southwest National Bank of Pennsylvania.
Res. 1045, 1/18/1993
Granting to Walker's Harrison Hills Foundation the right to erect a multiple-family dwelling as a conditional use.
Res. 1046, 1/18/1993
Appointing RRZ Public Markets, Inc., as investment banker and bond underwriter for the Township.
Res. 1047, 2/17/1993
Authorizing all actions be taken relative to the appointment of Theodore Tomson to the Harrison Water Authority.
Res. 1048, 2/17/1993
Establishing rules for the conduct of citizens at public meetings of the Board of Commissioners.
Res. 1049, 2/24/1993
Authorizing the President of the Board to prepare and file necessary documents to expedite the handling of any litigation involving the Township.
Res. 1050, 5/20/1993
Agreement with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for Township to perform minor routine maintenance work on State highways.
Res. 1051, 5/20/1993
Declaring the Township's intention to dispose of certain records for the years 1982, 1983, 1984 and 1985.
Res. 1052, 5/20/1993
Authorizing execution of a deed for the John W. Falkner property.
Res. 1054, 8/16/1993
Requesting a grant from the Department of Development in the amount of $40,000 under the Federal Housing and Community Development Act, as amended.
Res. 1055, 8/16/1993
Requesting a grant from the Department of Development in the amount of $5,000 under the Federal Housing and Community Development Act, as amended.
Res. 1056, 8/16/1993
Requesting a grant from the Department of Development in the amount of $22,500 under the Federal Housing and Community Development Act, as amended.
Res. 1057, 8/16/1993
Requesting a grant from the Department of Development in the amount of $3,500 under the Federal Housing and Community Development Act, as amended.
Res. 1058, 10/25/1993
Authorizing the distribution of funds received from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania General Municipal Pension State Aid Program into the Harrison Township police pension and nonuniformed pension plans.
Res. 1059, 10/25/1993
Supporting the Keystone Recreation Park and Conservation Fund referendum on the November 1993, general election ballot.
Res. 1060, 11/15/1993
Agreement with Penns Valley Publishers for the updating of the Township's Code of Ordinances.
Res. 1063, 11/15/1993
Agreement with County of Armstrong for 911 services provided by Armstrong County.
Res. 1064, 11/15/1993
Recognizing the volunteer fire companies of Harrison Township as public safety entities and detailing support of the Township of Harrison through tax monies.
Res. 1065, 11/15/1993
Condemning a drainage easement through 1700 Parkway Avenue and 2743 Meadow Street.
Res. 1066, 11/15/1993
Authorizing the execution of the agreement and release between Fred L. Phillippi and the Township regarding the retirement of Fred Phillippi.
Res. 1067, 11/30/1993
Appointing John P. Lavery, CPA as independent auditor for the year 1993.
Res. 1071, 12/29/1993
Authorizing execution of an agreement to transfer a portion of State Route 1027 from State to municipal control.
Res. 1072, 12/29/1993
Establishing the police pension fund provide full service credit for each year of military service not to exceed five years to any member of the police force who was not employed by the Township prior to such military service.
Res. 1074, 1/11/1994
Appointing William J. Ruffner as the First Ward Commissioner.
Res. 1075, 1/11/1994
Appointing Verne Bergstrom as the Third Ward Commissioner.
Res. 1077, 2/28/1994
Authorizing a deed agreement between the Township and Paul R. Ajak regarding the sale of the Marie T. Long property.
Res. 1078, 2/28/1994
Approving the lowest acceptable sale price for the tax sale of various properties located in the Township.
Res. 1082, 3/28/1994
Urging the Board of Commissioners of Allegheny County to adopt an ordinance creating the Allegheny Regional Asset District.
Res. 1085, 3/28/1994
Authorizing a mutual aid agreement for emergency services with the City of Arnold, Pennsylvania.
Res. 1086, 3/28/1994
Setting forth the compensation of certain Township positions for the year 1994.
Res. 1087, 4/25/1994
Authorizing an application for permit and maintenance bond for the Bullcreek project.
Res. 1088, 4/25/1994
Approving the lowest acceptable sales price for the tax sale of various properties located in the Township.
Res. 1089-A, 4/25/1994
Relinquishing the condemnation of a drainage easement through the property located at 1700 Parkway Avenue and 2743 Meadow Street, Natrona Heights.
Res. 1090, 5/23/1994
Authorizing and directing the execution of a settlement agreement with Stevens and Lee, P.C.
Res. 1091, 5/23/1994
Authorizing and directing the execution of a settlement agreement with James L. Nardelli, Esq.
Res. 1093, 6/27/1994
Authorizing a street sweeping agreement with the PennDOT.
Res. 1095, 7/25/1994
Requesting approval from the Secretary of Transportation for the erection of a traffic control device on Freeport Road (SR 1001).
Res. 1097, 7/25/1994
Authorizing a five-year winter snow removal agreement with PennDOT.
Res. 1099, 8/22/1994
Authorizing Amendment No. 4 to the Trust Agreement of the Municipal Employers Insurance Trust.
Res. 1100, 8/22/1994
Approving the lowest acceptable sale prices for the tax sale of various properties in the Township.
Res. 1104, 9/22/1994
Recognizing the Community Library of Allegheny Valley as the official community library of the Township of Harrison.
Res. 1841, 9/26/1994
Providing for a budgetary reserve account and defining an unanticipated fiscal emergency pursuant to Act 77 of 1993.
Res. 1105, 9/26/1994
Requesting a grant from the Department of Development for various amounts of money.
Res. 1106, 9/26/1994
Declaring certain properties in the Township as blighted.
Res. 1108, 9/26/1994
Approving the lowest acceptable sale prices for the tax sale of various properties located in the Township.
Res. 1109, 9/26/1994
Providing a system for the billing of costs associated with roadway occupancy permits.
Res. 1111, 9/26/1994
Accepting the proposal of Akzo Noble Salt, Inc., for bulk rock salt for the 1994-95 winter season.
Res. 1112, 9/26/1994
Authorizing the execution of a contract for a legislative initiative grant in the amount of $10,000 for the police dispatch center.
Res. 1113, 9/26/1994
Authorizing the renewal of the lease agreement with Highlands School District for the River Avenue playground and ballfield.
Res. 1114, 10/24/1994
Authorizing the distribution of funds received from the General Municipal Pension State Aid Program (Act 205) into the Harrison Township Police Pension and Nonuniformed Pension Plans.
Res. 1115, 10/24/1994
Authorizing an agreement with Hoffman's Boarding Kennels for dog law enforcement and stray feline rider, for 1995.
Res. 1116, 10/24/1994
Authorizing certain officials of the Township to apply for participation in and acquire Federal surplus property from the Pennsylvania Federal Surplus Property Program.
Res. 1118, 10/24/1994
Appointing John P. Lavery, CPA, as independent auditor for the year 1994.
Res. 1119, 11/28/1994
Recognizing the Sheldon Park Resident Council as a charitable organization for the purposes of small games of chance licensing.
Res. 1121, 11/28/1994
Approving the lowest acceptable sale price for the tax sale of property located in Harrison Township.
1844, 12/22/1994
Providing for the establishment of a program of property tax relief pursuant to the Allegheny County Regional Asset District Law (Act 77 of 1993).
Res. 1125, 1/23/1995
Authorizing a statement of agreement between the Allegheny County Emergency Management Agency, the Harrison Township Emergency Management Agency and the Southwestern Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Red Cross.
Res. 1126, 1/23/1995
Designating the Integra Trust Company, National Association, as the trustee/paying agent of the Township and authorizing the opening and maintaining of an account.
Res. 1127, 1/23/1995
Setting forth the compensation of certain Township positions for the year 1995.
Res. 1128, 1/19/1995
Authorizing a dispatching and detention agreement with the Borough of Brackenridge, for the years 1995 through 2000.
Res. 1129, 1/23/1995
Authorizing a contract with Software Systems, Inc., for license agreement and software support.
Res. 1130, 1/23/1995
Authorizing entry into a contract with Paliotta General Contractors, for the Little Bull Creek channel improvements.
Res. 1131, 2/27/1995
Agreeing to support the goal of passing an amendment to the United States Constitution, restoring to the States and to Congress the power to enact laws to protect the nation's flag from defacement.
Res. 1132, 2/27/1995
Authorizing execution of a grant agreement between the Department of Commerce and the Township for a legislative initiative grant in the amount of $5,000 for school warning devices.
Res. 1133, 2/27/1995
Authorizing an execution of a contract between the Department of Community Affairs and the Township, for a legislative initiative grant in the amount of $10,000 for police dispatch center equipment.
Res. 1134, 2/27/1995
Authorizing the execution of a contract between the Department of Community Affairs and the Township for a legislative initiative grant in the amount of $1,500 for police dispatch center equipment.
Res. 1136, 3/27/1995
Authorizing a lease purchase agreement with Motorola Communications and Electronics for police dispatching equipment.
Res. 1137, 3/27/1995
Adopting the Harrison Township Bicentennial Committee emblem and colors as the Township's logo.
Res. 1138, 4/20/1995
Authorizing a contract with Traffic Systems and Services for the installation of school warning signals, at a cost of $12,200.
Res. 1139, 4/20/1995
Adopting the rules and regulations of the Civil Service Commission of the Township.
Res. 1140, 4/24/1995
Establishing an attendance policy for members of the Township's boards and commission.
Res. 1142, 6/26/1995
Authorizing an annual highway sweeping agreement with PennDOT.
Res. 1143, 6/26/1995
Approving Revision 1-94 to the Allegheny County Municipal Solid Waste Management Plan, 1990.
Res. 1144, 8/24/1995
Requesting a grant from the Department of Development in several specified amounts.
Res. 1145, 8/24/1995
Declaring certain structures in the Township as blighted.
1848, 8/28/1995
Authorizing the participation of the Township of Harrison in the Penn PRIME Workers' Compensation Trust.
Res. 1147, 8/28/1995
Authorizing a supply agreement with Prins Recycling Corporation to provide a drop off container for the collection of waste paper.
Res. 1148, 9/25/1995
Authorizing an agreement with the Allegheny Valley North Council of Governments for distribution of Act 77 Sales Tax Proceeds for the year 1996 and thereafter.
Res. 1149, 9/25/1995
Authorizing an agreement with Akzo Nobel Salt, Inc., for the purchase of rock salt for the 1995-1996 winter season.
Res. 1151, 9/25/1995
Appointing an independent auditor for the year 1995.
Res. 1152, 9/25/1995
Authorizing the distribution of funds received from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, General Municipal Pension State Aid Program (Act 205), into the Harrison Township Police Pension and Nonuniformed Pension Plan.
Res. 1153, 10/23/1995
Authorizing an agreement with Hoffman's Boarding Kennels for Dog Law enforcement for the year 1996.
Res. 1155, 11/27/1995
Authorizing a software support contract with Software Systems, Inc., for 1996.
Res. 1159, 12/28/1995
Setting forth salaries and wages of certain Township employees for the year 1996.
Res. 1160, 12/28/1995
Approving the lowest acceptable bid price on two properties for Sheriff sale.
Res. 1161, 12/28/1995
Authorizing a system administration support agreement with the Arcadia System Integrators for the police computer system.
Res. 1162, 12/28/1995
Authorizing an easement and access agreement between the Township and Elf Atochem North America, Inc., for the remedial action at the Alsco Park Lindane site.
Res. 1166, 2/22/1996
Authorizing an agreement with Waleski Transfer, Inc., Records Storage, for storage of certain Township records.
1855, 2/26/1996
Authorizing the participation of the Township in the Pennsylvania Municipal Investment Program.
Res. 1167, 4/18/1996
Commending Highlands School District and Street Joseph's School for their participation in the Nationwide Insurance Prom Promise Program.
Res. 1168, 4/22/1996
Authorizing a common improvements agreement with Emanuel N. Andrews
Res. 1170, 5/28/1996
Authorizing a road maintenance agreement with PennDOT.
Res. 1171, 7/18/1996
Requesting a grant from the Department of Economic Development under the Federal Housing and Community Development Act.
Res. 1172, 7/18/1996
Requesting funds from the Allegheny County Department of Development for demolition of blighted property.
Res. 1173, 7/22/1996
Recognizing Neighbors About Town as a local civic organization, as pertains to the Small Games of Chance law, Act 195 of 1990.
Res. 1175, 8/26/1996
Authorizing an agreement with Akzo Nobel Salt, Inc., for the purchase of rock salt for the 1996-1997 winter season
Res. 1177, 9/23/1996
Declaring the Township's intent to dispose of certain records for the year 1988.
Res. 1180, 10/24/1996
Authorizing the distribution of funds received from the General Municipal Pension System (ACT 205) into the Harrison Township Police Pension Fund and Nonuniformed Pension Fund.
Res. 1181, 10/24/1996
Requesting a loan from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development in the amount of $21,000 under the Local Government Capital Projects Loan Program.
Res. 1183, 10/28/1996
Authorizing a contract with Hoffman's Boarding Kennels to provide services as Dog Law Enforcement Officer.
Res. 1184, 10/28/1996
Authorizing the Board of Commissioners to execute a deed pertaining to property at Block 1368-L-186, now or formerly of Rzotkiewicz, to Theresa Zylinski.
Res. 1185, 10/28/1996
Declaring that the Emergency Operations Plan has been revised to the extent as described in the Record of Changes which is part of the Plan.
Res. 1186, 11/25/1996
Authorizing a three-year contract with Morrow Refuse, Inc., for the collection and disposal of solid waste and recyclables.
Res. 1187, 11/25/1996
Appointing John P. Lavery, CPA, as independent auditor for the year 1996.
Res. 1188, 11/25/1996
Authorizing a Supplementation Agreement with Penns Valley Publishers for the updating of the Township's Code of Ordinances for the period of January 1, 1997 through December 31, 1998.
Res. 1189, 11/25/1996
Authorizing a contract for a Community Revitalization Assistance Program grant from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the amount of $60,000 for a traffic signal system.
Res. 1191, 12/30/1996
Setting forth salaries and wages of certain Township employees for the year 1997.
Res. 1192, 12/30/1996
Authorizing a contract with the Public Works Department, members of AFSCME, Local Union 238.
Res. 1193, 12/30/1996
Requesting a grant in the amount of $350,000 from Commonwealth Libraries for a Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund Grant in the amount of $350,000 for the construction of a Township Library.
Res. 1195, 1/13/1997 Contracting,
Authorizing a contract with A. Merante
Inc., for Natrona Heights sanitary sewer relief project.
Res. 1196, 1/13/1997
Authorizing an amendment to the Joinder Agreement with the Municipal Employers Insurance Trust, increasing life insurance benefits for certain employees, effective January 1, 1997.
Res. 1197, 1/13/1997
Authorizing the MUNIS Annual Support Program contract with Software Systems, Inc.
Res. 1198, 1/13/1997
Authorizing system administration support agreement with Arcadia System Integrators.
Res. 1198-A, 3/3/1997
Approval of undertaking the 1997 Capital Improvement Project.
Res. 1201, 4/28/1997
Commending teenagers and Nationwide Insurance for their support of the Nationwide Insurance Prom Promise.
Res. 1203, 5/27/1997
Authorizing statement of agreement between the Township, Allegheny County Emergency Management and the Southwestern PA Chapter of the American Red Cross.
Res. 1204, 5/27/1997
Authorizing and directing the President, Board of Commissioners to sign an agreement and authorizing the Executive Secretary to attest the same.
Res. 1206, 5/27/1997
Increasing the fine for violation of no parking for street sweeping from $3 to $10, effective June 1, 1997.
Res. 1207, 6/19/1997
Authorizing application for permit to install and operate traffic signals on Freeport Road and Burtner Road.
Res. 1208, 7/24/1997
Appointing an underwriter for the sale of bonds to refinance the issue of 1993.
Res. 1210, 7/24/1997
Authorizing first amendment to the Township of Harrison Police Pension Plan, as amended and restated effective as of January 1, 1989.
Res. 1214, 8/24/1997
Authorizing articles of agreement with Cargill, Incorporated for the purchase of bulk road salt for the 1997-1998 winter season.
Res. 1215, 8/25/1997
Urging the Federal government, through Congress, to continue to provide sufficient funding for the operation of locks and dams in the Alle-Kiski Valley.
Res. 1216, 8/25/1997
Authorizing the execution of the collective bargaining agreement with the Harrison Township Police Department for the period of January 1, 1997 through December 31, 1999.
Res. 1219, 9/22/1997
Authorizing execution of the amendment to the MEIT joinder agreement for medical coverage for police officers.
Res. 1220, 10/23/1997
Authorizing the distribution of funds received from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, general municipal pension system, into the Harrison Township Police Pension and Nonuniformed Pension Plans.
Res. 1223, 11/6/1997
Appointing William R. Poston of the Fifth Ward Commissioner.
Res. 1224, 11/6/1997
Authorizing the Pennsylvania Drug Reduction Property Program Eligibility Application.
Res. 1225, 11/24/1997
Appointing an independent auditor for the year 1997.
Res. 1228, 12/30/1997
Enumerating certain salaries and wages and benefits for Township positions for the year 1998.
Res. 1234, 3/23/1998
Authorizing signatures on the regular business account a National City Bank.
Res. 1236, 3/23/1998
Authorizing the President of the Board of Commissioners to sign an agreement and the Executive Secretary to attest the same.
Res. 1237, 4/27/1998
Authorizing the Township of Harrison to participate in the Allegheny County Electric Power Savings Program.
Res. 1240, 8/24/1998
Authorizing articles of agreement between the Township of Harrison and IMC Salt, Inc. for the purchase of rock salt for the 1998-1999 winter season.
Res. 1242, 7/23/1998
Authorizing application for funds of $30,000 under the Federal Housing and Community Development Act.
Ord. 1876, 9/28/1998
Authorizing participation in the Municipal Risk Management Worker's Compensation Pooled Trust.
Res. 1244, 9/28/1998
Verifying that the Harrison Township Economic Development District meets the criteria contained in Act 35 for the transfer of restaurant liquor licenses into a LERTA zone.
Res. 1245, 10/26/1998
Authorizing the distribution of funds received from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, General Municipal Pension System into the Harrison Township Police Pension and Nonuniformed Pension Plans.
Res. 1246, 11/23/1998
Authorizing a mutual aid agreement for fire, ambulance and rescue services with South Buffalo Township, Armstrong County, PA.
Res. 1247, 11/23/1998
Appoint a Township Auditor for 1998.
Res. 1251, 12/30/1998
Authorizing the supplementation agreement with Penns Valley Publishers for a two-year period, January 1, 1999 through December 31, 2000, for the Township's Code of Ordinances.
Res. 1253, 12/30/1998
Authorizing entry into an agreement with Boston Colony Condo Association for the payment of the street lighting costs, only, within the condo property, effective January 1, 1999.
Res. 1254, 12/30/1998
Approving the acceptance of the payment from the County of Allegheny in amount of $92,930.77 as reimbursement for expenditure for costs of dispatch center improvements.
Res. 1255, 1/25/1999
Authorizing a five-year dispatch and detention agreement with Harmar Township commencing as soon as feasible after the date of this action and expiring December 31, 2003.
Res. 1256, 1/25/1999
Authorizing a five-year dispatch agreement with Cheswick Borough commencing February 1, 1999 and expiring December 31, 2003.
Res. 1257, 3/29/1999
Recognizing the 25th anniversary of the Community Development Block Grant Program.
Res. 1258, 3/29/1999
Urging restraint in State and Federal law making and policy setting where changes result in funding mandates to local governments.
Res. 1260, 4/26/1999
Approving the undertaking of the 1999 Capital Improvement Project by the Authority.
Res. 1262, 5/24/1999
Authorizing the execution of benefit amendments to the MEIT joinder agreement.
Res. 1264, 6/28/1999
Urging the County of Allegheny to increase funding for essential municipal improvements sought by local governments with the County and funded through the Community Development Block Grant Program as outlined in the County's 2000-2004 five-year consolidated plan.
Res. 1265, 6/28/1999
Declaring the Township's intent to dispose of certain Township records for the years 1989, 1990 1991 and 1992 and certain Police Department records from the years 1994 through 1998 which are not required to be retained.
Res. 1266A, 6/28/1999
Authorizing the President of the Board to sign an agreement and the Executive Secretary to attest the same.
Res. 1267, 7/22/1999
Authorizing the Township to request a grant for $20,000 from the Department of Economic Development.
Res. 1268, 7/22/1999
Authorizing the Township to request funds for the removal of several structures through the CDBG Program.
Res. 1269, 8/23/1999
Adopting the Emergency Operations Plan of Harrison Township.
Res. 1270, 8/23/1999
Authorizing the President of the Board to sign an agreement and the Executive Secretary to attest the same.
Res. 1271, 9/27/1999
Authorizing and approving articles of agreement with Morton International, Inc., Morton Salt Division, for the purchase of rock salt for the Township's winter 1999/2000 needs at the price of $30 per ton.
Res. 1272, 10/21/1999
Authorizing the distribution of funds received from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, General Municipal Pension System State Aid Program into the Harrison Township Police Pension and Nonuniformed Pension Plans.
Res. 1274, 11/22/1999
Appointing a Township Auditor for the year 1999.
Res. 1276, 12/29/1999
Establishing salaries and wages of certain Township positions for the year 2000.
Res. 1277, 12/29/1999
Authorizing a three-year collective bargaining agreement with the police bargaining unit.
Res. 1278, 12/29/1999
Authorizing dispatching and detention agreements with Fawn Township, East Deer Township and Springdale Borough for the period of January 1, 2000 through December 31, 2004.
Res. 1279, 1/24/2000
Authorizing an agreement for the work cash investment program through PNC Bank, NA.
Res. 1280, 1/24/2000
Approving a two-year contract with the Public Works Department, effective January 1, 2000 through December 31, 2001.
Res. 1282, 4/24/2000
Authorizing the Board of Commissioners to enter into a cooperative agreement with other Allegheny County municipalities for the purpose of receiving Federal grant funds.
Res. 1284, 5/22/2000
Authorizing the President of the Board to sign an agreement and the Executive Secretary to attest the same.
Res. 1285, 6/26/2000
Requesting funds from the Department of Economic Development in the amount of $56,750 under the Federal Housing and Community Development Act.
Res. 1286, 6/26/2000
Authorizing the Township to request funds for the removal of several structures through the CDBG Program.
Res. 1288, 7/20/2000
Authorizing contract for Community Revitalization Assistance Program, No. 99-192-3032, in the amount of $5,000 for above ground fuel tanks.
Res. 1289, 7/24/2000
Authorizing a right-of-way use agreement between the Township of Harrison and Metricom, Inc., to provide mobile digital data communications services.
Res. 1291, 9/26/2000
Authorizing an agreement with the Harrison Township Water Authority to provide fuels to the Authority from the Township's fuel tanks at Township's cost.
Res. 1292, 11/29/2000
Appointing the Township Auditor for the year 2000 audit.
Res. 1293, 11/29/2000
Authorizing the grant contract with the Pa. Department of Community and Economic Development.
Res. 1296, 12/28/2000
Authorizing a dispatching and detention agreement with the Borough of Brackenridge for the period of January 1, 2001 through December 31, 2005.
Res. 1298, 12/28/2000
Establishing salaries and wages of certain Township employees for the year 2001.
Res. 1301, 1/22/2001
Authorizing execution of a supplementation agreement with Penns Valley Publishers for the Township Code of Ordinances.
Res. 1302, 2/26/2001
Authorizing execution of the Community Revitalization Assistance Program Grant in amount of $6,000 for secure mobile radio equipment of the Police Department.
Ord. 1885, 5/29/2001
Amending Ord. 1844 providing for the establishment of a program of property tax relief pursuant to the Allegheny County Regional Asset District Law (Act 77 of 1993).
Ord. 1943, 9/28/2009
Amending Ord. 1751 regarding ambulance rescue services