Borough of Bonneauville, PA
Adams County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of Bonneauville 5-20-1980 by Ord. No. 50 (Ch. 1, Part 1B, of the 1994 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
The Borough Council of the Borough of Bonneauville, Adams County, Pennsylvania, does hereby ratify the position of Borough Manager which had been created by said Council on January 1, 1977, and filled by appointment from that date.
The Borough Manager shall be compensated in such amount as the Borough Council shall, from time to time, decide, and shall provide the services enumerated hereinbelow during such hours as the Council, from time to time, shall decide.
[Amended 7-20-1982]
The powers and duties of the Borough Manager shall include the following:
Manager's responsibilities.
Attend to and/or repair street, stop and speed signs, etc.
See that pot holes, berms and other Borough streets are repaired to avoid Borough liability.
Flush water hydrants semiannually.
Observe and/or inspect new construction and remodeling to be sure proper permits are issued and available (zoning, building, sewer/water inspection).
Read all water meters by the ninth or tenth of the month, and be sure that proper billing goes out on time.
Check for and immediately repair any faulty or malfunctioning water meters.
Act on any and all complaints concerning matters of Borough business.
Observe materials and supplies needed and make appropriate requisition and purchase. Borough Manager shall do all ordering to avoid random purchases by any other Borough officer.
Purchase no more than reasonable amounts of chemicals or other perishable substances as they may deteriorate.
Supervise cleaning and repair in and around all Borough buildings and facilities.
Supervise and/or attend to all weed cutting and mowing [of] playgrounds, tank area, Circle Drive, #3 pump house and disposal plant grounds.
Notify all citizens to cut weeds on vacant lots beginning May 15 through the end of summer.
Enforce Ordinance No. 23 (Chapter 70) pertaining to burning in the Borough, when the need arises in the absence of the Mayor or Borough Police.
Administrative duties.
Attend all Council meetings and submit, in person, a written report.
Attend Water Authority meetings.
When necessary, attend Zoning and Planning Commission meetings.
Attend any legal hearings or when legal notices occur in relationship to Borough affairs.
Supervise C.E.T.A. and/or other employees of the Borough.
The Borough Council shall fill any vacancy which may arise in this office of Borough Manager.