Town of Bloomsburg, PA
Columbia County
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Ord./Res.
Date
Description
34
2/16/1884
Relative to the construction of a common sewer. This refers to a sewer from the south side of the Bloomsburg State Normal School to the Susquehanna River with a branch leading from the Columbia County jail.
199
5/19/1923
To provide for the laying of additional underground sewers, the extension of the present sewer line and providing for the construction of the same and the payment thereof. This refers to construction in:
Wood Street, from Second Street to Fifth Street
Fifth Street, from Wood Street to Locust Street
Locust Street, from Fifth Street to Eighth Street
Eighth Street, from Locust Street to Cherry Street
Cherry Street, from Eighth Street to Ninth Street
Ninth Street, from Cherry Street to Market Street
Then by old Pennsylvania Canal to Leonard Street produced; thence across farmlands to Susquehanna River
201
7/24/1923
Authorizing the execution of agreement with the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company for the crossing of the said Company's right-of-way and Pennsylvania Canal lands in the Town of Bloomsburg, with a sanitary sewer line. The construction was to be undergrade at Locust Street.
206
11/10/1924
Authorizing the execution of agreement with the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company for the crossing of the said Company's right-of-way and Pennsylvania Canal lands in the Town of Bloomsburg with a sanitary sewer line. The construction was to undergrade at a point about 3,000 feet west of the passenger station.
207
12/29/1924
Authorizing the execution of agreement with the Reading Company for the crossing of the said Railroad Company's right-of-way in the Town of Bloomsburg, with a sanitary sewer line. The construction was to be undergrade, about 600 feet south from the corner of Sixth and Leonard Streets and in line with the latter street extended.
R.8/8/1949
Providing for the laying out and construction of an extension to the sewer system of the Town of Bloomsburg extending southwestwardly from the intersection of the center lines of Leonard and West Ninth Streets to the present outfall sewer line.
R.10/10/1949
Providing for the laying out and construction of an extension to the sewer system of the Town of Bloomsburg extending northeastwardly from a manhole 269 feet northeast of the intersection of the center lines of Oak and Seventh Streets to the intersection of the center lines of Maple and Seventh Streets.
R.1/9/1950
Providing for the laying out and construction of an extension to the sewer system of the Town of Bloomsburg extending from the present terminus of existing sanitary sewer system on Twelfth Street southwestwardly in said Twelfth Street to the intersection of the center lines of Twelfth and Railroad Streets and on Railroad Street from the center line of Twelfth Street to the center line of Eleventh Street and providing for the laying out and construction of an extension to said sewer system, extending northeastwardly in Twelfth Street from the intersection of the center lines of Twelfth and Market Streets to the intersection of the center lines of Twelfth and Catherine Streets.
R.5/8/1950
Providing for the laying out and construction of an extension to the sewer system of the Town of Bloomsburg extending from the present terminus of existing sanitary sewer system in Lightstreet Road at the intersection of said road and the portion of Penn Street in front of the State Teachers College to the intersection of said Lightstreet Road with the portion of Penn Street leading to the Bloomsburg Hospital.
R.8/14/1950
Providing for the laying out and construction of extensions to the existing sewer system of the Town of Bloomsburg; on Twelfth Street from Market Street in a northwestwardly direction a distance of 800 feet; on Leonard Street between Ninth Street and Zehner Street; on Reservoir Street between Eyer and Laura Streets; on Laura Street extending northeastwardly from the center line of Reservoir Street a distance of 400 feet; on Catherine Street extending northwestwardly from the center line of Ninth Street a distance of 467 feet.
499
6/10/1963
Authorizing the execution and delivery of a lease to be dated as of July 1, 1963, between the Municipal Authority of the Town of Bloomsburg as lessor and the Town of Bloomsburg as lessee of the storm sewers and facilities to be constructed by said Authority and the payment of rental thereunder and approving the form of said lease; providing for the execution by the proper officials of the Town of all instruments necessary and proper for carrying out the terms of this ordinance; providing for the repeal of all instruments necessary and proper for carrying out the terms of this ordinance; providing for the repeal of all inconsistent ordinances.
610
3/10/1975
Approving the refinancing of a certain storm sewer facility by the Municipal Authority of the Town of Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania, and stating the realistic estimated useful life thereof; authorizing the incurring of lease rental debt; approving the form of a lease between the Authority and the Town and rentals thereunder and authorizing the execution and delivery thereof; providing that the Town shall include the lease rentals in its budget for each fiscal year; providing for the cancellation of the prior lease for the storm sewer; authorizing the Mayor and Secretary to prepare and verify a debt statement and directing the Secretary to file a transcript of these proceedings with the Department of Community Affairs and to pay any necessary filing fees; authorizing the officers of the Town to take other appropriate action; repealing all inconsistent ordinances.
617
10/20/1975
To select, appropriate and condemn certain interests in lands in the Town of Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania, for the purpose of improving a portion of the storm sewer system of the Town known as Snyder's Run.
721
2/5/1990
Authorizing and approving a sewage treatment agreement with the Municipal Authority of the Town of Bloomsburg and the Township of Scott, Columbia County and Scott Township Authority to provide sewage treatment to portions of Scott Township.