Borough of West Mifflin, PA
Allegheny County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of West Mifflin 3-16-1999 by Ord. No. 1094 (Ch. 1, Part 5, of the 1999 Code of Ordinances). Amendments noted where applicable.]
Fire companies — See Ch. 22.
The following associations are hereby recognized as actively engaged in providing fire protection and/or emergency services in the Borough of West Mifflin:
West Mifflin Borough Volunteer Fire Company No. 3 Relief Association.
Homeville Volunteer Fire Company No. 1 Relief Association.
Duquesne Annex Volunteer Fire Company No. 2 Relief Association.
Skyview Volunteer Fire Company No. 4 Relief Association.
The above-named associations have been formed for the benefit of their members and their families in case of death, sickness, temporary or permanent disability or accident suffered in the line of duty.
The above-named associations of the Borough are designated the proper associations to receive such funds as are due and payable to the Borough Treasurer by the Treasurer of the State of Pennsylvania from the tax on premiums from foreign fire insurance companies.
The Borough Council shall annually certify to the Auditor General of the commonwealth the names of the active associations and the percentage of service they contribute to the protection of the Borough. Such certification shall be on forms prescribed by the Auditor General.
There is annually appropriated from the Borough treasury all such sums of money that may hereafter be paid into the Borough treasury by the Treasurer of the State of Pennsylvania on account of taxes paid on premiums of foreign fire insurance companies in pursuance of the Act of December 18, 1984, No. 205, § 701 et seq.,[1] as hereafter amended, supplemented, modified or reenacted by the General Assembly of Pennsylvania. Such monies received by the Borough Treasurer from the State Treasurer shall be distributed to the duly recognized associations within 60 days of receipt. The funds shall be distributed on the basis of the percentage of service established in the certification to the Auditor General and with other provisions of the Act.
Editor's Note: See 53 P.S. § 895.701 et seq.