Borough of Carlisle, PA
Cumberland County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of Carlisle 4-9-1959 as part of Ord. No. 145-C, approved 4-9-1959. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Fire Department — See Ch. 22.
The Treasurer of the Borough of Carlisle shall collect from the proper officers of this commonwealth the foreign fire insurance tax monies due said Borough of Carlisle and shall pay over the same, when and as soon as the tax shall, from time to time, be received by said Treasurer, to the treasurer of the association of firemen of the Borough of Carlisle known as the "Carlisle Firemen's Relief Association," to be used by said Association for the objects and purposes of fireman's relief[2] and in accordance with charter and bylaws; provided, however, that the amount of the said tax shall only be paid over to the Association while it is in existence for the purpose above set out; provided that the Borough of Carlisle shall in nowise be liable for the proper application of said moneys after the same shall have been received by the treasurer of the said Association nor for the payment of any sum or sums except as in this chapter specified; and, provided further that the Carlisle Fireman’s Relief Association shall have provided an annual report for the preceding year to the Borough of Carlisle specifying the disposition of said funds for that year.
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I).
[2]
Editor's Note: The preamble to this ordinance quoted from Section 2 of the Act of June 25, 1895, relating to payments from state foreign fire insurance tax to municipalities, in that the funds were to be applied for firemen's relief; that the members of the Borough Fire Department had organized the Carlisle Firemen's Relief Association, had applied for its incorporation, and its intent was to provide a fund, from legacies, bequests and other sources, for relief, support and burial of its members and for pensioning of widows and dependents of members killed or who may die of injuries in the line of duty as firemen.