Municipality of Murrysville, PA
Westmoreland County
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Editor's Note: Ord. No. 563-01, adopted 3-7-2001 and approved at subsequent referendum, abolished the Office of Tax Collector and provided for the collection of taxes in the Municipality by a Department of Tax Collection, which is headed by a Director. References throughout the Code have been amended to reflect this change.

§ C-50 (Reserved) [1]

Editor's Note: Former § C-50, Election, was repealed 3-7-2001 by Ord. No. 563-01.

§ C-51 (Reserved) [1]

Editor's Note: Former § C-51, Term of office, was repealed 3-7-2001 by Ord. No. 563-01.

§ C-52 (Reserved) [1]

Editor's Note: Former § C-52, Compensation, was repealed 3-7-2001 by Ord. No. 563-01.

§ C-53 Powers and duties.

The Tax Collector shall be responsible for the collection of all taxes levied within the Municipality. The Tax Collector shall, in addition to the powers, authority, duties, and responsibilities provided for by this Charter, have all the powers, perform all the duties and be subject to all the obligations and responsibilities for the collection of such taxes, as are now vested in, conferred upon, or imposed upon Tax Collectors by applicable law.

§ C-54 Bond.

The Tax Collector shall provide a bond as required by Section 13, Article V b of the Local Tax Enabling Act[1] with such additional provisions as Council may require.
Editor's Note: See 53 P.S. § 6901 et seq.

§ C-55 Reports to Council.

The Tax Collector shall make monthly reports of tax collections to Council and shall make such additional reports pertaining to the activities of the office as Council may require. A copy of all reports shall be forwarded to the Director of Finance.

§ C-56 (Reserved) [1]

Editor's Note: Former § C-56, Vacancy in Office of Tax Collector, was repealed 3-7-2001 by Ord. No. 563-01.