Borough of Mount Joy, PA
Lancaster County
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[Adopted 4-10-1989 by Ord. No. 470 (Ch. 21, Part 3, of the 1992 Code of Ordinances)]

§ 232-58 Responsibility of property owners.

[Amended 2-7-2000 by Ord. No. 556]
The owner or owners of all lots fronting or abutting upon any public street or alley shall construct, lay, set and maintain in good repair and condition, satisfactory to Borough Council or its designee, the respective sidewalks and curbs in front of or alongside their respective lots according to the elevations, grade, width, height and slope which are now or hereafter established by the Borough and of the materials and specifications hereinafter prescribed.

§ 232-59 General regulations.

[Amended 2-7-2000 by Ord. No. 556]
A. 
Notification and permits. Prior to the laying, construction, reconstruction or alteration of either curbs or sidewalks by property owners, a property owner shall apply for a permit from the Borough Manager to do so according to the regulations set forth herein and pay all permit and inspection fees established by resolution of Borough Council. The Borough Manager shall issue the permit if the application conforms to the ordinances of the Borough. No person, whether a property owner or a contractor, shall lay, construct, reconstruct, or alter either curbs or sidewalks prior to obtaining a permit. The property owner and his contractor are responsible for notification of all utilities by using the Pennsylvania One Call System and other means as necessary at least three days prior to the start of work.
[Amended 6-1-2009 by Ord. No. 6-09; 3-2-2015 by Ord. No. 2-15]
B. 
Line and grade. Line and grade will be given by the Borough where applicable upon request. Curbs and sidewalks shall be constructed in accordance with approved development and/or Borough plans and specifications and to lines and grades established by the Borough. No curb or sidewalk grade shall adversely impact upon any building foundation.
C. 
Safety. The contractor shall leave the work area clean and neat at the end of each day. The contractor shall place suitable barricades around the work area in such a manner as to protect both pedestrians and vehicular traffic. Such barricades shall be properly lighted during night hours. The contractor shall maintain the work zone in compliance with PennDOT Publication No. 213, Work Zone Traffic Control.
[Amended 6-1-2009 by Ord. No. 6-09]
D. 
Obstructions. Where existing structures such as light standards, utility poles and fire hydrants are within the limits of curb or sidewalk construction, premolded rubber expansion joint material (AASHTO M213), premolded fiber expansion joint material (AASHTO M213) or premolded asphalt impregnated expansion joint material (AASHTO M153), not less than 1/2 inch in thickness, shall be placed completely around said obstruction for the full depth of the concrete and brick. (See Appendix A.[1]) Expansion joint material shall be placed to form a square, 12 inches from each side of the obstruction. No obstruction other than those listed above shall be permitted to be placed within a sidewalk. No structure shall be constructed within the limits of the curb. When obstructions, including but not limited to railroad ties, concrete gutters and crosswalks are encountered during excavation, such obstructions shall be completely removed by the contractor and the excavated area backfilled in compliance with § 232-61E of this article. Tree stumps and roots shall be completely removed by the contractor in compliance with § 232-59I of this article.
[Amended 6-1-2009 by Ord. No. 6-09]
[1]
Editor's Note: Appendix A is included at the end of this chapter.
E. 
Downspouts and rain gutters. Downspouts and rain gutters shall not be placed within the sidewalk and/or curb.
[Amended 3-2-2015 by Ord. No. 2-15]
F. 
Street signs. The property owner's contractor is responsible for making and knowing the location of existing street signs before construction begins. Where existing street signs are within the limits of sidewalk construction, a four-inch thin-wall polyvinylchloride (PVC) pipe sleeve shall be installed by the property owner's contractor. This pipe sleeve shall extend the entire depth of the concrete. In addition, the sleeve shall be installed so that the edge of the sign being installed will be even with the sidewalk side (back) of the curb. This installation shall not interfere with compliance with the United States Americans With Disabilities Act (P.L. 101-336)[2] or regulations adopted pursuant thereto for clear area. The contractor shall contact the Borough in the event of questions about the installation of sign sleeves. In the event that a stop sign or other traffic control sign is involved, temporary provisions shall be made to keep such sign erect and visible to motorists. No sign sleeves shall be installed within the limits of the curb.
[2]
Editor's Note: See 42 U.S.C. § 12101 et seq.
G. 
Handicapped ramps. Where conditions permit, two ramps shall be provided on each corner of the intersection. One ramp will be permitted at corners where site conditions prohibit the installation of two ramps. Curb ramps shall have a minimum width of four feet at the street surface unless otherwise approved by the Borough Manager. All ramps shall comply with the United States Americans With Disabilities Act[3] and all regulations adopted pursuant thereto and shall comply with the construction details in PennDOT Publication 72M, Standards for Roadway Construction. Detectable/tactile warning surface tiles shall match the color of existing warning surfaces in the Borough and shall be manufactured from vitrified polymer composite or stainless steel better than or equal to Armor-Tile detectable/tactile warning surface tiles manufactured by Engineered Plastics, Inc., as approved by the Borough Manager.
[Amended 6-1-2009 by Ord. No. 6-09]
[3]
Editor's Note: See 42 U.S.C. § 12101 et seq.
H. 
Monuments. No monuments or property corners shall be covered or disturbed by the construction of a sidewalk or curb.
I. 
Tree stumps and roots. When tree stumps and/or roots are encountered in excavation for curbs or sidewalks, they shall be removed by a stump grinder and/or excavation. Grindings shall be completely removed. Spaces adjacent to the sidewalk shall be filled with acceptable material placed in six-inch layers, and each layer shall be thoroughly compacted before the next layer is placed. The final layer of backfill shall consist of previously stripped or new topsoil placed to meet the final grade. On the streetside of the curb, the contractor shall comply with all requirements of § 232-61E of this article.

§ 232-60 Construction, repair and replacement methods and specifications.

[Amended 2-7-2000 by Ord. No. 556]
A. 
Sidewalks.
(1) 
Where existing sidewalks extend from the building line to the curb or are of a greater width than provided below, any repair or construction shall be completed in accordance with this article, unless waived by Council.
(2) 
The entire width of the sidewalk area shall be graded according to the established grade.
(3) 
All concrete sidewalks shall have a minimum thickness of four inches of concrete, except across driveway aprons, where the concrete shall have a minimum thickness of six inches and have reinforcing mesh placed within the driveway area.
(4) 
Excavations for sidewalks shall be made to the required depth, and a layer of 2B (AASHTO No. 57) crushed stone not less than four inches thick shall be placed and thoroughly compacted prior to the laying of the sidewalk.
[Amended 6-1-2009 by Ord. No. 6-09]
(5) 
Where a sidewalk is placed adjacent to the curb, there shall be an expansion joint placed between them for the entire length.
(6) 
On a fifty-foot-wide right-of-way, where sidewalks are being built for the first time, eight feet shall be set apart on either side of the thirty-four-foot-wide cartway, of which four feet shall be sidewalk, three feet and five inches shall be grass strip between the sidewalk and the curb, and seven inches shall be curb.
(7) 
Where a grass strip is provided, it shall be plated with grass and shall at all times be kept closely trimmed. Planting of any trees in this grass strip area shall be in accordance with approved tree species as listed and provided at the Borough office. Planting of shrubs or hedges shall be prohibited. Placement of nonplant matter shall be approved by the Borough.
(8) 
Planting of specified tree species shall be permitted within sidewalks without grass strip areas only if provisions are made for an adequate tree opening. The size of this area shall be determined by the Borough Manager. Clearance to the rear of the tree opening shall comply with the ADA.
[Amended 6-1-2009 by Ord. No. 6-09]
(9) 
Wherever possible, property owners shall maintain a uniform design for curb and sidewalk replacement within the block. If a grass strip exists between the curb and sidewalk, the grass strip shall be preserved when the sidewalk is replaced, particularly when the majority of sidewalks within a block contain grass strips. If a sidewalk without a grass strip is replaced and a majority of sidewalks within the block have a grass strip, a grass strip shall be provided.
(10) 
Sidewalks shall have a uniform fall of 1/4 inch to the foot from the back edge of the sidewalk toward the curb. The grass strip between the sidewalk and the curb shall conform to the same slope.
(11) 
Premolded rubber expansion joint material (AASHTO M213), premolded fiber expansion joint material (AASHTO M213) or premolded asphalt impregnated expansion joint material (AASHTO M153), not less than 1/2 inch in thickness, extending the full width and depth of the concrete slab shall be placed no more than every 20 lineal feet, at the beginning and end of a radius, and at a change in horizontal alignment of property lines. Utility boxes, including but not limited to water shutoff, sanitary sewer vent, natural gas shutoff, and electric meter, shall be within a section of concrete measuring five lineal feet between expansion joints. Construction joints shall be placed at a maximum distance of five lineal feet. Construction joints may be hand-tooled or saw cut to a depth of 1/2 inch.
[Amended 6-1-2009 by Ord. No. 6-09]
(12) 
Sidewalks across driveways shall be constructed without any step or break in grade from the abutting sidewalk or, at a minimum, shall conform to the requirements of the ADA. The sidewalk across the driveway and driveway apron shall be six-inch-thick concrete and on a four-inch-thick layer of 2B (AASHTO No. 57) crushed stone with reinforcing mesh.
[Amended 6-1-2009 by Ord. No. 6-09]
B. 
Curbs.
(1) 
Curbs to be installed shall be constructed of concrete with a seven-inch dressed surface on top and an eight-inch exposed surface or reveal along the streetside, which shall likewise be dressed and extend a minimum of 10 inches below the street surface and have an eight-inch base. The exposed surface or reveal on the streetside shall include a one-inch batter from the street surface to the top of the curb. Portions of the curb which are replaced between two satisfactory sections shall have the same exposed surface or reveal as the existing curb. (See Appendix C.[1])
[1]
Editor's Note: Appendix C is included at the end of this chapter.
(2) 
Construction joints shall be placed at a maximum of 15 lineal feet. The construction joints may be hand-tooled or saw cut to a minimum depth of 1 1/2 inches. The construction joint shall traverse the top of the curb and continue down the face of the curb at a minimum of 10 inches on the streetside. Expansion joint material may be substituted for construction joints.
(3) 
Expansion joint material shall be placed in curbs at the end of each workday, at the beginning and end of a radius, at a change in horizontal alignment or property line.
(4) 
Excavation shall be made to the required depth, and the material upon which the curb is to be constructed shall have a layer of 2B (AASHTO No. 57) crushed stone not less than four inches thick, which shall be placed and thoroughly compacted prior to the laying of the curb.
[Amended 6-1-2009 by Ord. No. 6-09]
(5) 
Initial preparation for street excavation for curb installation shall consist of a parallel, straightline saw cut not less than 12 inches from the face of the curb. Upon completion of curb installation, contractor shall contact the Borough Public Works Department. The Borough Public Works Department will assess trench restoration needs and mark for restoration. Contractor shall sawcut as marked. All material between sawcut and curb shall be removed to a depth of 12 1/2 inches. Excavated area will be filled with six inches compacted depth PennDOT approved 2A stone; five inches compacted depth 25 mm base asphalt 0<.3 ESALs; and 1 1/2 inches compacted depth 9.5 mm wearing asphalt 0<.3 ESALs.
[Amended 6-1-2009 by Ord. No. 6-09; 3-2-2015 by Ord. No. 2-15]
(6) 
A depressed curb shall be constructed across every private driveway by the owner or owners. The curb shall remain at least 1 1/2 inches above the finished street surface.
C. 
Brick sidewalks.
(1) 
Property owners may install brick paving in place of concrete sidewalks in accordance with all requirements of this § 232-60C. Brick pavers shall be of traditional brick size, shape and brick red color and conform to ASTM C-902, Class SX, Application PX. The Borough Manager may approve an alternate shape, size and/or color which will achieve an equal or better result.
[Amended 6-1-2009 by Ord. No. 6-09]
(2) 
Construction of brick sidewalks shall consist of a six-inch layer of PennDOT-approved 2A stone, thoroughly compacted in two three-inch lifts, a two-inch layer of stone dust thoroughly compacted and no spacing or joints between the bricks. Bricks shall be approved by the Borough Manager.
[Amended 6-1-2009 by Ord. No. 6-09]
(3) 
Where the brick paving abuts a curb, expansion joints should be provided and installed in accordance with § 232-60A(11) herein.[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I).
(4) 
Replacement of a portion or all of an existing sidewalk shall be done using the construction methods and material specifications contained throughout this article.
(5) 
Handicap ramps which are adjacent to or an extension of brick sidewalks shall be constructed of concrete as required by this article.
(6) 
A design that combines both brick and concrete shall be approved by the Borough Council.
(7) 
The transition between brick paving and concrete sidewalk shall be smooth.

§ 232-61 Supplemental regulations.

[Amended 2-7-2000 by Ord. No. 556; 6-1-2009 by Ord. No. 6-09]
A. 
Material specifications. All materials shall conform to PennDOT Publication 408, latest edition. All sidewalks and curbs shall be constructed of 4,000 PSI concrete with four-percent to six-percent air entrainment and a maximum slump of seven inches. An alternative slump may be approved and/or recommended by the Borough Manager. All sidewalks and curbs shall be constructed level on stone backfill with a minimum thickness of four inches. The use of calcium chloride is prohibited. Where slip forms are used, a maximum slump of 1 1/2 inches shall be permitted. No concrete shall be placed when the air temperature is below 40° F. Curing compound may be applied to retain moisture to allow for the complete hydration of the concrete. No material such as asphalt, macadam or blacktop shall be substituted for these specifications.
B. 
Forms. Forms shall be wood or metal, straight, free from warp, and of sufficient strength to resist the pressure of the concrete without springing. If of wood, they shall be surfaced on the inside and the top. Forms shall be of a depth equal to the depth of the concrete. A front and back form shall be used for curbs, except where a good concrete sidewalk, which is not to be removed, abuts the new curb. Forms shall be accurately set to line and grade in such a manner as to prevent settlement or displacement.
C. 
Finishing. All forms shall be removed within 24 hours after the concrete has been placed, and minor defects shall be filled with a mix composed of one part portland cement and two parts of fine aggregate or one part portland cement and two parts sand. The top and face of the curb from the top of 10 inches below or to the top of the street surface, when in place, shall be finished while the concrete is still green by rubbing the surface with a carborundum stone, soft brick, or wood blocks and water until a smooth, even surface is produced. All joints in the curb shall be promptly opened from top to bottom, and edges adjacent to the joints shall be sharp and clean cut. Sidewalks shall be finished after pouring before the concrete sets.
D. 
Curing. Concrete curbs and sidewalks shall be protected from rainstorms with paper, burlap, canvas, or similar materials. Curing compound may be applied to retain moisture in concrete to allow complete hydration of the cement. Plastic, burlap, straw or other types of moisture barrier shall be used to maintain concrete moisture during the drying process for at least seven days after pouring if curing compound is not used. No concrete shall be placed when the temperature is below 40° F. To help prevent spalling and deterioration of concrete surface from winter damage, a concrete hardener may be applied 28 days after concrete is poured.
E. 
Backfilling. After the concrete has cured sufficiently, spaces adjacent to the curb and sidewalk on the nonroadway side of the project shall be backfilled with acceptable material in layers of not more than four inches in depth. Each layer shall be thoroughly compacted to the required elevation. Driveways shall be restored to same condition and specification as existed prior to work being done. Grass areas shall be finished with a minimum six inches of topsoil and be seeded with a high quality grass seed mix or hydroseeded with a high quality grass seed mix. On the roadway side of all curbs, upon completion of curb installation, contractor shall contact the Borough Public Works Department. Borough Public Works Department will assess trench restoration needs and mark for restoration. Contractor shall sawcut as marked. All material between sawcut and curb shall be removed to a depth of 12 1/2 inches. Excavated area will be filled with six inches compacted depth PennDOT approved 2A stone; five inches compacted depth 25 mm base asphalt 0<.3 ESALs; and 1 1/2 inches compacted depth 9.5 mm wearing asphalt 0<.3 ESALs.
[Amended 3-2-2015 by Ord. No. 2-15]
F. 
Expansion joints. Premolded rubber expansion joint material (AASHTO M213), premolded fiber expansion joint material (AASHTO M213) or premolded asphalt impregnated expansion joint material (AASHTO M153), not less than 1/2 inch in thickness, shall be placed where a sidewalk abuts the curb, a building, wall or other permanent structure. The expansion joint material shall extend the full length of such permanent structure and extend the full depth of the sidewalk slab. The slabs shall be constructed in twenty-foot maximum lengths with premolded rubber expansion joint material (AASHTO M213), premolded fiber expansion joint material (AASHTO M213) or premolded asphalt impregnated expansion joint material (AASHTO M153) not less than 1/2 inch in thickness and extending the full width and depth of the concrete slab.
G. 
Scoring. For sidewalks, scoring shall be done transversely at evenly spaced intervals of not more than five feet. The depth shall be 1/5 the thickness of concrete, and in no case less than 1/2 inch deep. For curbs, scoring shall be done at no greater than fifteen-foot intervals. The scoring shall be done transversely and extend continuously down the face of the curb 10 inches. The score shall be 1 1/2 inches deep. Expansion joints may be substituted for scoring.
H. 
Concrete color. Coloring of concrete for curbs and/or sidewalks shall be of an earth tone and shall be thoroughly and uniformly mixed throughout the concrete. Colored concrete shall not be mixed or splattered onto noncolored areas. If colored concrete becomes mixed or splattered onto colored areas, it shall be cleaned so that no change in color is noticeable.
I. 
Stamped decorative patterned concrete. Where sidewalk areas are to be constructed of stamped decorative patterned concrete, they shall be constructed of 4,000 psi concrete with one-half-inch stone, 4% to 6% air entrained, and a maximum slump of seven inches with no additives. An alternative slump may be approved and/or recommended by the Borough Manager. Beauty strips using stamped patterned concrete shall be 16 inches in width. All stamped decorative patterned concrete shall be of a texture that will not cause a tripping or slipping hazard in dry or wet conditions. Coloring shall conform to § 232-61H of this article.
J. 
Inspections. After all forms and stone have been set and prior to pouring of any concrete, the property owner or his contractor shall contact the Inspector for an inspection. The property owner or contractor shall provide the Inspector with a minimum twenty-four-hour notice prior to the expected concrete delivery time. The property owner and/or his contractor shall complete all corrective actions outlined by the Inspector and shall notify the Inspector that the site is ready for reinspection as above. Reinspection shall be completed prior to the pouring of concrete. Concrete delivery tickets verifying the concrete mixture shall be made available to the Inspector upon request. The property owner or contractor shall provide the Inspector with a minimum twenty-four-hour notice prior to placing any asphalt in the street side curb trench restoration process. A final inspection shall be completed after concrete has set, street roadway and nonroadway side trench restoration has been completed and clean-up has been completed. Any additional required work will be completed within 15 days unless approved by the Borough.
[Amended 3-2-2015 by Ord. No. 2-15]

§ 232-62 Variances.

Borough Council may, by resolution or by motion, authorize the construction of curbs and sidewalks other than specified herein upon written request from the property owner.

§ 232-63 Nonconforming curbs and sidewalks.

[Amended 2-7-2000 by Ord. No. 556; 6-1-2009 by Ord. No. 6-09]
A. 
Curb and sidewalk replacement along state highways. Prior to the bituminous concrete overlay or reconstruction on any state highway route within the Borough, the Borough shall require, upon 120 days' written notification to the property owner, that a curb and/or sidewalk that does not have a normal life expectancy of more than five years or that does not meet current ADA and/or Borough specifications be replaced or installed. In addition, if the curb does not have a minimum exposed surface as required by PennDOT, it must be replaced.
B. 
Curb and sidewalk replacement not along state highways. Prior to street improvements, the Borough shall require, upon 120 days' written notification to the property owner, that a curb and/or sidewalk be replaced that does not have a normal life expectancy of more than five years or that does not meet current ADA and/or Borough specifications. In addition, if the curb does not have a minimum exposed surface or reveal of 5 1/2 inches, it must be replaced. If, however, in the opinion of the Borough Manager, milling of the existing street surface can be satisfactorily achieved, the minimum reveal may be reduced to the extent of the proposed milling depth.
C. 
The Borough Manager shall determine which curbs and sidewalks meet the specifications required above and shall notify the respective owner of necessary action.

§ 232-64 Main Street Revitalization Area.

[Amended 1-7-2008 by Ord. No. 1-08]
For the purposes of this section, the Main Street Revitalization Area shall be considered both sides of Main Street from High Street to Manheim Street. The requirements of this section shall apply to all properties abutting Main Street within the Main Street Revitalization Area and shall be in addition to all other requirements of this article.
A. 
The owner of each property shall install and maintain a sixteen-inch-wide stamped decorative pattern concrete beauty strip. The beauty strip shall be constructed between the curb and the sidewalk. The beauty strip shall be constructed of wide running bond brick patterned textured concrete, terra cotta brick color, with charcoal joints. The concrete shall be constructed of 4,000 psi concrete with one-half-inch stone, 4% to 6% air entrained, and four-inch slump with no additives. The color shall be mixed at the concrete point of origin so that color is thoroughly and uniformly mixed throughout the concrete. Expansion joint material shall be placed between the beauty strip and the curb and sidewalk. Sealer with ultraviolet inhibitor shall be applied after cleanup. All stamped areas shall remain covered for a period of not less than 24 hours immediately after imprinting. Colored concrete shall not be mixed or splattered onto noncolored areas, and any areas which have been splattered shall be thoroughly cleaned of any concrete and/or color.
B. 
The owner of each property shall permit the Borough to install deciduous street trees in accordance with the requirements of this subsection. Each street tree shall be planted within a planting box, the size and configuration (i.e., oval) of which shall be determined the Borough and which the Borough shall install. A minimum average of one such tree shall be planted for each 40 feet of length of street. Along street segments where existing healthy street trees will be preserved and protected, new street trees shall not be installed. Council may grant exceptions from the requirement for street trees if a person demonstrates that there exists unique physical conditions to the satisfaction of Council.
C. 
No person may remove a street tree without prior authorization from the Borough. The Borough shall maintain street trees; provided, however, a property owner may request that the Borough delegate such maintenance responsibility to the property owner.
D. 
No person shall, without prior authorization from the Borough, cut, break, climb with spurs, injure in any manner or interfere in any way with the main roots of any street tree or spray any street tree with any chemicals or insecticide or place any rope, guide wire, cable, sign, poster, or any other fixture on any street tree or tree guard or injure, misuse, or remove any device placed to protect any street tree, except in the case of an immediate necessity for the protection of life or property.
E. 
No person shall, without prior authorization from the Borough, place any stone, cement or other substance which shall impede the passage of water or air to or from the roots of a street tree. No person shall pour saltwater, oil, or any other material at a street tree in such a manner that injury might result to a street tree.

§ 232-65 Failure to comply.

Whenever the owner or owners of any property in the Borough shall fail to comply with any of the above requirements, the Borough Council may cause notices to be served upon such owner or owners, their agent or tenant, in the manner prescribed by law, setting forth specifically in what respect such owner or owners have failed to comply with any of the above requirements and what work such owner or owners are required to do in order to effect such compliance. In the event of the failure or neglect of any such owner or owners to comply with the terms and conditions of such notice within 20 days from the date of service of such notice in the case of new work, or within 10 days from the date of service thereof in the case of repair work, the Council shall cause such work to be done at the cost of the owner or owners of such property, and the cost thereof, and 10% additional, together with all charges and expenses, shall be collected from such owner or owners by the Borough, which may file a municipal claim therefor or collect the same by action in assumpsit, as Council may direct.

§ 232-66 Abatement of nuisance constituting danger.

Where a nuisance results from the condition of a sidewalk, curb, or gutter to such an extent that, in the judgment of Borough Council or the Borough Manager, it constitutes a danger of injury to persons or property, the Borough shall have the authority to repair such dangerous condition after 48 hours' notice to make such repairs has been served upon the property owner; provided, however, that the cost of such repairs shall not exceed $500. The cost of such work shall be recoverable through a civil action, or the Borough may file a municipal claim. This section is intended to provide an additional remedy for the Borough in connection with emergency repairs and shall not limit any other remedy the Borough may have under this article or under applicable law.

§ 232-67 Violations and penalties.

[Amended 9-14-1992 by Ord. No. 497]
Any person who shall violate any provision of this article shall, upon conviction thereof, be sentenced to pay a fine not exceeding $600 and costs and, in default of payment thereof, shall be subject to imprisonment for a term not to exceed 30 days. Each day that a violation of this article continues shall constitute a separate offense.

§ 232-68 Rights and remedies cumulative.

The Borough's rights and remedies under this article and as otherwise provided by law shall be cumulative, and the pursuit of one shall not be deemed to preclude the subsequent pursuit of any other right or remedy.

§ 232-69 Definitions; word usage.

[Added 6-1-2009 by Ord. No. 6-09]
In this article, the following terms shall have the meanings set forth:
ADA
The Federal Americans With Disabilities Act and the duly adopted regulations to implement the Americans With Disabilities Act.[1]
BOROUGH MANAGER
The person Borough Council appoints as Borough Manager or the person whom the Borough Manager designates to act in the administration of this article.
INSPECTOR
The person or third party agency Borough Council has appointed to perform inspections required by this article.
[Added 3-2-2015 by Ord. No. 2-15]
PennDOT
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation or any agency successor thereto.
[1]
Editor's Note: See 42 U.S.C. § 12101 et seq.

§ 232-70 through § 232-79. (Reserved)