Borough of Bonneauville, PA
Adams County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of Bonneauville 2-19-1991 by Ord. No. 65 (Ch. 4, Part 2, of the 1994 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Construction codes — See Ch. 80.
Property maintenance — See Ch. 164.
Subdivision and land development — See Ch. 220.
This chapter is enacted to assist emergency personnel responding to calls within the Borough and to promote the health, safety and general welfare of the inhabitants of Bonneauville Borough.
[Amended 2-18-1997]
As used in this chapter the following terms shall have the meaning indicated unless a different meaning clearly appears from the context:
BUSINESS UNIT
A parcel of real estate, with improvements located thereon, utilized by a person for any commercial activity or purpose.
DWELLING UNIT
A parcel of real estate, with improvements located thereon, used for living and sleeping purposes by one or more families or by one or more person.
PERSON
An individual, partnership, association, firm or corporation.
STREET NUMBER
That number which has been assigned to the property by the Borough and is used as the property's mailing address.
VISIBLE
The numbers will be deemed visible from the public road if the numbers are at least three inches in height and are secured to the structure and to both sides of the mailbox servicing the property. The numbers shall not be obstructed by trees, shrubbery or any type of landscaping and must be clearly visible from the road both day and night.
Within 60 days of the effective date of this chapter, each person owning a business unit or dwelling unit shall place street numbers on their property in a manner that such numbers are visible from the public roadway.
If any owner of a business unit or a dwelling fails to comply with the provisions of § 66-3, the Secretary of the Borough Council shall cause a letter to be sent by first class mail giving the owner 15 days to comply.
Any person who remains in violation of § 66-3 after having received 15 days notice from the Borough Council Secretary shall, upon conviction, be sentenced to pay a fine of not more than $300.