Accident cost recovery — See Ch. 585.
[Res. No. 634, passed 8-6-1963]
In the event of a disaster imperiling the lives or property of the inhabitants of the Township, the members of the Board without prior notice, will immediately meet at the Township Municipal Building for the purpose of convening as a committee of the whole to plan, organize and coordinate such public activities as may be necessary and proper to protect the lives and safety of the inhabitants of the Township and, where necessary to enlist the assistance of private citizens and public safety services of neighboring communities.
[Res. No. 2-07, passed 3-14-2007]
The Allegheny County Hazard Vulnerability Assessment and Mitigation Plan is adopted as the official plan of the Township for natural hazards like flooding, wind and weather hazards, drought, earthquakes, wildfires, and landslides and for human-caused hazards that can result in the loss of property and life, economic hardship, and threats to public health and safety. By September 30 of each year, the Allegheny County Hazard Mitigation Project Steering Committee shall prepare an annual evaluation report to the Board of Commissioners of the Township. The appropriate Township officials and agencies shall implement the recommended activities assigned to them, and they shall consult semiannually with the Allegheny County Committee on the progress of their activities.