Borough of Fox Chapel, PA
Allegheny County
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§ 101 Governmental and Intergovernmental Affairs.

4-1. Authorizing the execution of an agreement between the Borough of Fox Chapel and the Township of O'Hara adjusting and determining the proportion of the rights and liabilities of the Township to be paid by or to said Borough, and providing for the payment thereof entitled O'Hara Township-Fox Chapel Settlement Ordinance. [Ord. 5, 2/13/1935]
 
4-2. Creating a service district in and for a certain portion of said Borough, to be known as the Delafield Service District. [Ord. 33, 3/14/1938]
 
4-3. Untitled resolution authorizing the Pittsburgh Regional Planning Association to proceed with the implementation of planning studies in conjunction with Borough Council and other organizations and agencies, to arrive at an overall plan for the Borough. [Res. 54, 9/19/1960]
 
4-4. With respect to the establishment and maintenance of a local library and providing for submission to the voters of (i) the question of establishing an annual tax for the purpose of such establishment and maintenance, and (ii) the question of increasing the indebtedness of the Borough of Fox Chapel for such purpose. [Ord. 266, 7/19/1965]
 
4-5. Adopting the Municipal Employers Insurance Trust. [Res. 178, 12/21/1970]
 
4-6. Untitled resolution declaring the intention of the Borough to become a member of the North Hills Council of Governments. [Res. 180, 1/18/1971]
 
4-7. Untitled resolution requesting authorization from the Commonwealth to participate in purchase contracts of the Department of Property and Supplies. [Res. 188, 8/16/1971]
 
4-8. Untitled resolution evidencing a positive interest in securing insurance under the National Flood Insurance Program, agreeing to comply with the regulations of the National Flood Insurance Program, and designating the Borough Manager as the official with responsibility for submitting an annual report to the Administrator on the progress made in the preceding year within the Borough in the development and implementation of floodplain and/or mudslide area management measures. [Res. 198, 7/17/1972]
 
4-9. Untitled resolution requesting the Governor to use federal revenue-sharing funds to subsidize the municipal employe retirement systems. [Res. 206, 12/18/1972]
 
4-10. Untitled resolution adopting the Allegheny County Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan, including a portion for the Borough. [Res. 209, 4/16/1973]
 
4-11. Establishing the "Bex A. Trimble Memorial Fund" to be held for use by Park Commission. [Ord. 467, 12/29/1986]
 
4-12. Establishing the Trillium Trail Fund. [Ord. 474, 3/30/1987]
 
4-13. Pursuant to the Intergovernmental Cooperation Act, the Borough of Fox Chapel is authorized to enter into the Cooperation Agreement with Allegheny County. [Ord. 476, 4/20/1987]
 
4-14. The Borough of Fox Chapel hereby dissolves its Board of Health and also does hereby cease to exercise powers vested in said Board of Health and does so join and become associated with the Allegheny County Health Department as a full and participating member. [Ord. 481, 12/21/1987, § 1-4]
 
4-15. The Borough of Fox Chapel shall contribute to the Borough of Fox Chapel Police Pension Plan the amounts required under said Plan to be contributed by participating employees, provided said "pick-up" is approved as a valid application. [Res. 339, 12/21/1987]
 
4-16. The Borough of Fox Chapel shall contribute to the Borough of Fox Chapel General Employees' Pension Plan the amounts required under said Plan to be contributed by participating employees, provided said "pick-up" is approved as a valid application. [Res. 340, 12/21/1987]
 
4-17. Approving an amendment to the rules of the Civil Service Commission requiring police officers to become residents of the Borough after appointment. [Ord. 484, 4/18/1988]
 
4-18. Approving an amendment to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. [Ord. 506, 2/19/1990]
 
4-19. Authorizing the guaranty of certain lease rent debt by the Borough of Fox Chapel Sanitary Authority. [Ord. 515, 11/19/1990]
 
4-20. Authorizing the Borough of Fox Chapel to enter into an Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement with other government units for the purpose of establishing a joint tax collection agency. [Ord. 528, 3/16/1992]
 
4-21. Authorizing participation in the Municipal Risk Management Workmen's Compensation Pooled Trust. [Ord. 531, 7/20/1992]
 
4-22. [Reserved]
 
4-23. [Reserved]
 
4-24. Establishing the right of the Borough of Fox Chapel to regulate certain cable television customer services. [Ord. 554, 7/18/1994]
 
4-25. Creating a budgetary reserve account for the deposit of certain funds received from the State Treasurer pursuant to the authority provided by Act 77 of 1993, and providing for regulation of the use of such funds in unanticipated fiscal emergencies. [Ord. 559, 9/19/1994]
 
4-26. Amending Ordinance 559, creating a budgetary reserve account pursuant to Act 77. [Ord. 560, 11/21/1994]
 
4-27. Providing property relief for certain qualified individuals. This ordinance was specifically superseded by Ordinance 601. [Ord. 561, 12/19/1994]
 
4-28. Authorizing the Borough to enter into an agreement creating an entity to be know as NewCOM, to provide emergency dispatch and communication services with other member municipalities. [Ord. 573, 10/16/1995]
 
4-29. Authorizing the Borough of Fox Chapel to join with other local government units as a settlor of the Pennsylvania Local Government Investment Trust for the purpose of purchasing shares of the trust. [Ord. 585, 1/1/1997]
 
4-30. Adopting the amendments to the joint tax collection agency rules and regulations dealing with the assessment, collection and refund of local earned income taxes. [Ord. 600, 12/21/1998]
 
4-31. Authorizing becoming a member of a drug enforcement task force. [Ord. 621, 10/15/2001, §§ 1 and 2]
 
4-32. Authorizing increases in the monthly benefit payments to the following former employees of the Borough: David Flora, Joseph Harris, Robert Marshall and Paul Tarr. [Res. 500, 8/19/2002]
 
4-33. Authorizing the purchase of life insurance by the pension plan to prevent the depletion of pension plan assets due to the catastrophic cost to the plan that could result from a police officer being killed in service. [Res. 509, 3/17/2003]
 
4-34. Adopting the Emergency Operations Plan as the official plan of the Borough to be implemented in the event of any natural or man-caused emergency or disaster. [Res. 510, 9/15/2003]
 
4-35. Revising the required employee contributions into the police pension plan. [Res. 512, 12/15/2003]
 
4-36. Revising the required employee contributions to the police pension plan. [Res. 522, 12/20/ 2004]
 
4-37. Revising the required employee contributions to the police pension plan. [Res. 530, 12/19/2005]
 
4-38. Revising the required employee contributions to the police pension plan. [Res. 540, 12/18/2006]
 
4-39. Revising the required employee contributions to non-uniformed employees pension plan. [Res. 541, 12/18/2006]
 
4-40. Revising the required employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan. [Res. 547, 11/19/2007]
 
4-41. Revising the required employee contributions to the Non-Uniform Employees Pension Plan. [Res. 548, 11/19/2007]
 
4-42. Revising the required employee contributions to the Non-Uniform Employees Pension Plan. [Res. 557, 2/16/2009]
 
4-43. Revising the required employee contributions to the Non-Uniform Employees Pension Plan. [Res. 563, 10/19/2009]
 
4-44. Revising the required employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan. [Res. 564, 10/19/2009]
 
4-45. Adopting a policy for purchasing of professional services for pension plans. [Res. 576, 5/16/2011]