[HISTORY: Adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of Trappe as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
[Adopted 4-3-1979 by Res. No. 79-4 (Part 10, Ch. 2, Art. B, of the 1987 Code)]
Editor's Note: The preamble to Res. No. 79-4 stated that since the termination of the Borough's joint agreement with the Borough of Collegeville, there is no one in the status of chief of police in the Borough of Trappe; that this Borough for many years had employed, and desired to continue the employment of auxiliary policemen for certain specifically designated traffic control and related functions; and that the Act of 1952, P.L. 2016 (1951) [see 53 P.S. § 731 et seq.] requires appointment of auxiliary policemen by a chief of police. This resolution also repealed Res. No. 79-2 (2-6-1979).
The person holding the office of Mayor is appointed Chief of Police, without compensation, for the sole purpose of nominating such auxiliary policemen for their performance of traffic control and related functions, in such numbers and for such compensation as may be approved by council from time to time.