Township of Susquehanna, PA
Dauphin County
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[Ord. 68-7, 4/10/1968, § 1]
This Part shall be known as the "Susquehanna Township Refuse Disposal Authority."
[Ord. 68-7, 4/10/1968, § 2]
For the purpose of this Part, the following terms, phrases or words shall have the meaning ascribed to them in this section except where the context in which the word is used clearly indicates otherwise.
ASHES
Residue from the burning of wood, coal, coke or other combustible material.
COMMERCIAL
The use of premises other than as a dwelling.
DWELLING
A building used for residential purposes, including hotels, boarding and lodging houses, tourists cabins, motels and trailers.
DWELLING UNIT
One or more rooms in a dwelling which room or rooms have fixed cooking facilities arranged for occupancy by one person, two or more persons living together or one family.
GARBAGE
Putrescible animal and vegetable wastes resulting from the handling, preparation, cooking and consumption of foods.
PERSON
Any person, firm, partnership, association, corporation, company or organization of any kind.
REFUSE
All putrescible and nonputrescible solid wastes (excluding body wastes), including garbage, rubbish, ashes, solid industrial waste, dead animals and street cleanings.
RUBBISH
Includes glass, metal, paper, plant growth, wood or nonputrescible solid wastes.
TOWNSHIP
The Township of Susquehanna, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, and the Board of Commissioners of Susquehanna Township.
TOWNSHIP COLLECTOR
That individual, partnership, firm, corporation or business entity designated by the Board of Commissioners of Susquehanna Township, by means of an independent contract, as the person having the exclusive right to collect refuse within the Township, but shall not be construed as meaning that said person is an employee, official or representative of Susquehanna Township.
[Ord. 68-7, 4/10/1968, § 3]
1. 
It shall be unlawful for any person, other than such persons as are duly authorized by the Township, to collect and haul refuse of any nature within or from the Township.
2. 
The Board of Commissioners shall, by its own resolution, designate one person as the Township Collector. Said Township Collector shall have the exclusive right and obligation to collect and haul refuse within the Township, except as follows:
A. 
Those business or commercial establishments whose collection requirements are such, in the opinion of the Township, as will cause undue hardship on the commercial establishment, or when the Township Collector is not able to serve adequately the collection requirements of a business or commercial establishment. In such case, the Township may issue a license to said business or commercial establishment which license shall designate the person who may haul refuse from the named commercial establishment only.
[Ord. 68-7, 4/10/1968, § 4; as amended by Ord. 11-05, 2/10/2011]
1. 
Preparation of Refuse.
A. 
All garbage shall be drained of liquid and wrapped in paper before being placed in the container.
B. 
Tree-trimmings, hedge clippings and similar rubbish shall be cut in lengths not exceeding four feet and shall be securely tied in bundles before being deposited for collection.
C. 
Newspapers, magazines and other printed matter, not placed in containers, shall be securely tied in bundles not exceeding 40 pounds in weight.
2. 
Refuse Containers.
A. 
All garbage and all other refuse, when possible, shall be placed in containers.
B. 
Refuse containers shall be of durable, watertight, rust-resistant material having a close-fitting lid and outside handles to facilitate collection.
C. 
Refuse containers for residences shall not be more than 32 gallons in capacity and shall be of such size as can be handled easily by one man.
D. 
Containers containing garbage shall be covered with a lid which fits securely and prevents access to flies and other insects.
E. 
It shall be unlawful to permit the accumulation or residue of liquids, solids or a combination of such material on the bottom or sides of containers, it being the intention of this provision that the interior of containers shall be kept clean by thorough rinsing and draining as often as necessary.
F. 
All containers shall be kept in a sanitary condition and shall be kept in good condition. Any container that does not conform with this Part, or that is likely to injure the collector or his employees, or hampers the prompt collection of refuse, shall be replaced upon notice. Failure to replace said defective containers may result in the loss of refuse collection until such time as the container is replaced.
3. 
Accumulation of Refuse.
A. 
No person shall place any refuse upon any street, alley, walk or other public place, or upon any private property, except in proper receptacles for collection, or where the refuse is of such size and shape as not to permit its being placed in containers.
B. 
No person shall deposit refuse in any stream or body of water. In no event shall refuse be placed on the property of another without the consent of the owner.
C. 
No person, except the occupants of the property on which the container is place and an authorized collector, shall remove the lids of the container and/or remove the contents thereof.
D. 
Refuse of a highly inflammable or explosive nature, or highly infectious or contagious refuse shall not be stored for ordinary collection but shall be disposed of in accordance with the directions of the Board of Health.
4. 
Location of Containers.
A. 
Refuse containers shall be placed, according to the distances set forth in the following subsection, for collection by the collector from the alley abounding and abutting the property. Where collection by the collector is impracticable by use of said alley, or because no alley exists along said property, collection shall be made along the street fronting said property.
B. 
Refuse containers shall be placed for collection at ground level on the property, not within the cartway of a street or alley and accessible to, and not more than 80 feet from the side or curb of the street or alley from which collection is made.
C. 
Containers may not be placed in the public right-of-way for collection earlier than a period of 24 hours before the time for collection nor shall the container remain in the public right-of-way for a period longer than 24 hours after collection.
[Ord. 68-7, 4/10/1968, § 5]
1. 
Refuse collected by the Township collector will be made at least once a week except where conditions beyond the control of the collector prevent collection. Businesses disposing of their own refuse shall provide for collection at intervals short enough to prevent unsafe, unsightly or unsanitary accumulations of refuse.
2. 
The Township collector will not collect the refuse in excess of that contained in four containers of the authorized size unless an additional charge has been agreed upon.
3. 
The collection practices of the Township collector and any other person removing refuse from the Township by special permit of the Township shall conform to all applicable rules and regulations of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the Township, and any contract or contracts between the parties.
[Ord. 68-7, 4/10/1968, § 6]
The fees for collection and disposal of refuse shall be fixed by the Township collector, subject to the approval of the Township.
[Ord. 73-1, 2/8/1973, § 1; repealed by Ord. 99-3, 1/14/1999]
[Ord. 73-1, 2/8/1973, § 2; as amended by Ord. 89-16, 11/21/1989]
Any person, firm or corporation who shall violate any provision of this Part 1 shall, upon conviction thereof, be sentenced to pay a fine of not more than $600 and costs, or 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 Part 1 continues shall constitute a separate offense.
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1]
This Part of Chapter 20 shall be known as the "Susquehanna Township Municipal Waste Reduction and Recycling Ordinance."
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1]
This Part is enacted pursuant to the Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act, Act of July 28, 1988.
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1]
The purposes and goals of this Part are to:
A. 
Require waste reduction and recycling as a means of managing solid waste conserving resources and supplying energy.
B. 
Protect the public health, safety and welfare from the short- and long-term dangers of collection, transportation, processing and storage of solid waste.
C. 
Utilize, wherever feasible, the capabilities of private enterprise in accomplishing the desired objectives of an effective, comprehensive solid waste management program.
D. 
Establish and implement with the Township a recycling program to return valuable materials to productive use to conserve energy and to protect capacity at waste processing and disposal facilities.
E. 
Recycle at least 25% of all solid waste and source-separated recyclable materials generated in this Township.
F. 
Reduce the weight or volume of solid waste generated per capita in this Township to a weight or volume less than that generated per capita on the effective date of this Part.
G. 
Teach each person living or working in the Township the economic, environmental and energy value of recycling and waste reduction and encourage, through a variety of means, participation in such activities.
H. 
Promote the procurement and use of products and materials with recycled content and materials that are recyclable by the Township to the greatest extent practicable.
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1]
In this Part, the indicated words or phrases shall have, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise, the meanings given to them as follows:
ALUMINUM CANS
Empty, clean, non-aerosol, all aluminum beverage and food containers.
AUTHORIZED COLLECTOR
Person, firm, corporation, or other legal entity licensed or contracted by the Township of Susquehanna to undertake curbside recycling collection or to otherwise collect recyclables within Susquehanna Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.
COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENT
Any establishment engaged in a non-manufacturing or non-processing business including, but not limited to, stores, markets, office buildings, restaurants, shopping centers, theatres, and multifamily rental housing properties with four or more units.
COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
Events sponsored in whole or in part by Susquehanna Township, or conducted within Susquehanna Township, whether sponsored publicly or privately, which may include, but are not limited to, fairs, bazaars, socials, picnics and organized sporting events that will be attended by 200 or more individuals per day.
[Added by Ord. No. 18-06, 4/12/2018]
CORRUGATED PAPER
Paper or pasteboard contracted into parallel grooves and ridges, commonly referred to as "cardboard," which is used for wrapping, packing, shipping and/or storage.
CURBSIDE RECYCLING COLLECTION
The scheduled collection and transport of recyclable materials placed at the curb line or other similar location by residential establishments or approved small businesses.
DWELLING UNIT
One or more rooms in a residence or dwelling, which room or rooms have fixed cooking facilities arranged for occupancy by one, two or more persons living together.
GLASS
All clean, empty bottles and jars made of clear, green or brown glass, not including non-container glass, plate glass, blue glass, porcelain and ceramic products, light bulbs and fluorescent tubes.
HIGH-GRADE OFFICE PAPER
Printed or unprinted sheets, shavings and cuttings of sulphite or sulphate ledger, bond, writing and other papers which have similar fiber and filler content. This grade must be free of treated, coated, padded or heavily printed stock. This definition includes lightweight office papers, i.e., letterhead or mimeograph paper typically sold as "white ledger" paper, bond, Xerox paper and onionskin, as well as computer paper.
INDUSTRIAL ESTABLISHMENTS
Any establishment engaged in a manufacturing or processing including, but not limited to, factories, foundries, mills, processing plants, refineries, mines and slaughterhouses.
INSTITUTIONAL ESTABLISHMENT
Those facilities that house or serve groups of people including, but not limited to, hospitals, nursing homes, child day care centers, libraries, nonprofit associations, schools and universities; this definition shall not include standard residential units.
LEAF WASTE
Leaves, garden residues, shrubbery and tree trimmings and similar material, but not including grass clippings.
MULTIFAMILY DWELLINGS
A building used or designed as a residence for four or more families living independently of each other and doing their own cooking therein, including apartment houses, group quarters, townhouses and condominium complexes.
MUNICIPAL ESTABLISHMENTS
Public facilities operated by Susquehanna Township and other governmental authorities.
MUNICIPAL WASTE
Any garbage, refuse, industrial lunchroom or office waste and other material, including solid, liquid, semisolid or contained gaseous material, resulting from operation of residential, municipal, commercial or institutional establishments and from community activities, and any sludge not meeting the definition of residual or hazardous waste in the Solid Waste Management Act from a municipal, commercial or institutional water supply treatment plant, wastewater treatment plant or air pollution control facility. The term does not include source-separated recyclable materials.
NEWSPAPER
Paper of the type commonly referred to as "newsprint" and distributed at fixed intervals, having printed thereto news and opinions and containing advertisements as matters of public interest, but not including glossy advertising inserts typically inserted with newspapers, nor magazines or periodicals.
PERSON
Any individual, corporation, partnership, joint venture, association, joint-stock company, trust, and incorporate organization, or any government or public agency or political subdivision thereof, or any authority or agency thereof. In any provision of this Part prescribing a fine, imprisonment, penalty, or remedy, or any combination of the foregoing, the term "person" shall include the officers and directors of any corporation or other legal entity having officers and directors.
PLASTICS
Empty and clean consumer product containers made of polyethylene terephthalate (PET), polypropylene (PP), high-density polyethylene (HDPE) and low-density polyethylene (LDPE) most commonly, but not limited to plastic bottles used as containers for soda, milk and other consumer food products, or for household cleaning products or for personal care products.
RECYCLABLES/RECYCLABLE MATERIALS
Those materials specified by the Township of Susquehanna for separation, collection, processing, recovery or reused as part of a recycling program.
RECYCLING
The separation, collection, recovery and sale or reuse of metals, glass, paper, leaf waste, plastics and other materials which could otherwise be disposed of or processed as solid waste, or the mechanized separation and treatment of solid waste (other than through combustion) and creation and recovery of reusable materials other than a fuel for the generation of energy.
RESIDENTIAL ESTABLISHMENT
Any occupied dwelling unit, except multifamily rental housing properties with four or more units.
SMALL BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS
Any professional or commercial business that can comply with four container service and wishes to be mandated under the terms of this Part.
SOLID WASTE
All materials or substances that are generally discarded or rejected as being spent, useless, worthless or in excess to the owners at the time of such discard or rejection, including garbage, refuse, industrial and commercial waste, sludges from air or water pollution control facilities or water supply treatment facilities, rubbish, ashes, contained gaseous materials, incinerator residue, demolition and construction debris and offal.
SOURCE-SEPARATED RECYCLABLE MATERIALS
Recyclable materials that are separated from solid waste at the point of origin for the purpose of recycling.
STEEL CANS
Empty, all steel (ferrous material) or bimetal beverage and food containers.
TOWNSHIP
The governmental jurisdiction and legal entity of the Township of Susquehanna, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1]
1. 
Responsibilities. Susquehanna Township shall have the power, and its duty shall be, to adopt and implement a program for the collection and recycling of municipal waste or source-separated recyclable materials as provided in this Part.
2. 
Powers. In carrying out its duties under this section, the Board of Commissioners of Susquehanna Township may adopt resolutions establishing procedures, regulations and standards for the recycling, transportation, storage and collection of source-separated recyclable materials which shall not be less stringent than, and not in violation or inconsistent with the provisions and purposes of, the Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act and the regulations promulgated pursuant thereto.
3. 
Duties. Susquehanna Township shall implement the provisions of this Part by collecting, transporting, processing or marketing source-separated materials or contracting, subject to competitive bidding, with any person to carry out its duties for the recycling, transportation, collection and storage of source-separated recyclable materials. Any such person shall be jointly and severally responsible with Susquehanna Township in carrying out its duties for transportation, collection and storage activity.
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1]
Susquehanna Township hereby establishes and implements a mandatory source-separation and collection program for recyclable materials by persons located in Susquehanna Township in accordance with § 1501 of the Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act.
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1]
1. 
Owners and residents of residential establishments and small business establishments are hereby required to separate all recyclable materials as specified by regulation from other municipal waste generated at their homes, apartments and other residential or small business establishments and to store such material until collection. The number of the materials shall be designated periodically by regulation from the following: Clear glass, colored glass, aluminum, steel and bimetallic cans, high-grade office paper, newsprint, corrugated paper and plastics.
2. 
Recyclable materials from residential establishments and small business establishments shall be placed at the curb or other similar area, separate from solid waste, for collection, at such times and dates as may be established by regulations shall schedule a minimum of one day per month for pickup of recyclables from residential establishments. Nothing in this Part or regulations promulgated hereunder shall be deemed to impair the ownership of separated materials by the person who generated them unless and until such materials are placed at curbside or similar location for collection by the Township or its agents.
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1]
1. 
Commercial, institutional, industrial and municipal establishments are hereby required to separate all recyclable materials as specified by regulation and to store such material until collection. The times, dates and places for collection shall be established by regulations. Such regulations shall schedule a minimum of one day per month for pickup of recyclables from commercial, institutional, industrial and municipal establishments.
2. 
The owner, landlord or agent of an owner or landlord, of multifamily housing properties with four or more units may comply with the responsibilities under this section by establishing a collection system for recyclable materials at each property. The collection system must include suitable containers for collecting and sorting materials, easily accessible locations for the containers and written instructions to the occupants concerning the use and availability of the collection system. Owners, landlords and agents of owners or landlords who comply with this Part shall not be liable for noncompliance of occupants of their building.
3. 
Persons occupying commercial (including multifamily rental housing properties with four or more units), institutional, industrial and municipal establishments, within the Township municipal boundaries, not part of the Township curbside recycling program and otherwise providing for the recycling of materials they are required by this Part to recycle must provide, annually, written documentation to the Township of the total number of tons recycled or estimated to be recycled, as well as the name of any authorized collector collecting their recyclables.
[Added by Ord. No. 18-06, 4/12/2018]
Separation and Disposal of Recyclable Materials at Community Activities. The event sponsor of any community activity shall cause all recyclable materials to be separated for collection at any community activity. Sponsors shall be responsible to arrange for the separation and collection of the recyclable materials by the Township's authorized collector. The amount of material recycled during the community activity shall be reported to Susquehanna Township within 48 hours of the end of the event.
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1]
All persons who reside in residential establishments and all persons who are responsible for the operation of small business establishments, commercial, institutional, industrial and municipal establishments where leaf waste occurs or is generated, shall source separate all leaves and place them for collection at the times and in the manner prescribed by regulation unless those persons have otherwise provided for the composting of leaf waste. The owners, landlord or agent of an owner or landlord of multifamily rental housing properties with four or more units, small business establishments, commercial, institutional, industrial and municipal establishments may comply with their responsibilities under this section by establishing a collection system for leaf waste at each property.
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1]
The Township may enter into a contract with public or private agencies for the curbside collection of all or part of the recyclable materials generated within its municipal boundaries.
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1]
From the time of placement of recyclable materials at the curb or a similar area for collection, in accordance with this Part and the regulations promulgated hereunder, those materials shall be and become the property of the Township and its authorized collector(s). It shall be a violation of this Part for any person(s) not authorized by the Township to collect or pick up or cause to be collected or picked up any such recyclable material. Any and each such collection in violation hereof from one or more locations shall constitute a separate and distinct offense punishable as hereinafter provided.
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1]
Upon and after the effective date of this Part it shall be unlawful for any person or persons to dispose of any recyclable items as established by this Part or regulations promulgated hereunder, commingled with other solid waste not required to be recycled or to dispose of such items in places that will not insure that items are recycled, unless material is so contaminated that it is unacceptable for recycling.
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1; as amended by Ord. 10-03, 4/8/2010]
1. 
The Township Health Officer and the Township Code Enforcement Officer or their designee is authorized and directed to enforce this Part. The Health Officer is also hereby authorized and directed to establish and promulgate reasonable regulations as to manner, materials, days and time for the collection of recyclable materials and any other matters required to implement this Part in accordance herewith. The Health Officer or his or her designee may change, modify, repeal or amend any portion of said regulations at any time.
2. 
Any person, other than a municipal official exercising his or her official duties, who shall violate any provision of this Part, any regulation promulgated hereunder, or any order issued hereunder shall, upon conviction thereof in a summary proceeding, be sentenced to pay a fine of not less than $100 and not more than $1,000 and costs and, in default of the payment of such fine and costs, to undergo imprisonment for not more than 30 days. Each day's continuation of violation of this Part shall constitute a separate and distinct offense.
3. 
In addition to any other remedies or penalties hereinbefore provided, the Solicitor of the Township is authorized to institute proceedings in courts of law or equity to control the recycling, transportation, collection and storage of source-separated recyclable materials or to enforce the provisions of this Part, including the securing of injunctive relief to prohibit any unlicensed or unauthorized person, or any licensed or authorized collector in violation of the provisions of this Part, from continuing the collection, transportation or disposal of recyclable items hereunder, or to enforce compliance by any person with the terms of this Part.
4. 
Billing, Payment and Collection Procedures.
A. 
Each owner of a dwelling unit within Susquehanna Township shall be required to pay to the contractor a quarterly fee for the collection of solid waste and recyclable materials. This fee shall be paid regardless of the amount or type of waste and/or recyclables put out for collection. The quarterly fee charged by the contractor shall be established by a contract to be entered into between Susquehanna Township and the contractor pursuant to public bidding requirements. The Township accepts no responsibility whatsoever for the collection of the fee to be charged to the owner of each dwelling unit. The contractor shall be solely responsible for the collection of the quarterly fee.
B. 
All fees which remain unpaid 30 days after the invoice date shall be deemed delinquent. All delinquent accounts may have added to it a penalty of $10 per quarter if the amount exceeds a minimum of the current quarterly trash fee in Susquehanna Township past due.
C. 
If the owner of a residential unit shall fail to pay any charges or fees after the same becomes delinquent, the Township Solicitor is authorized, pursuant to the Pennsylvania Municipal Claims Act, to enter a lien against the real estate upon which the residential unit is situate in the amount of the fees and charges or aggregate of fees and charges, plus penalties, cost of entry and attorney fees. In accordance with 53 P.S. § 7147, the Township hereby assigns to the contractor any such municipal claim for outstanding fees and charges.
D. 
If the owner of a residential unit shall fail to pay any charges or fees and the same becomes delinquent by a minimum of one quarter and the minimum amount shall be no less than the equivalent of one quarter worth of charges, the contractor is authorized to file a civil lawsuit for the collection of fees, charges, penalties, interest, reasonable attorney fees and costs of collection. Upon the filing of the civil lawsuit, an additional penalty of $50 shall be added to all delinquent accounts. The contractor shall have and enjoy the same rights, privileges and remedies as the Township to enforce and collect any and all fees, penalties, interest, costs of collection, reasonable attorneys' fees and/or administrative service fees.
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1]
The following items are to be source-separated and recycled:
A. 
At residential units and approved small business establishments (including multifamily establishments):
(1) 
Clear glass.
(2) 
Colored glass.
(3) 
Aluminum.
(4) 
Leaf waste (unless composted).
(5) 
Plastics:
(a) 
PET plastics — logo on container.
(b) 
HDPE plastics — logo on container.
B. 
At commercial, industrial, institutional, and municipal establishments (including small business establishments):
(1) 
High-grade office paper.
(2) 
Aluminum.
(3) 
Corrugated paper.
(4) 
Leaf waste (unless corrugated).
C. 
Food and beverage establishments who are required to be licensed pursuant to Susquehanna Township Code of Ordinances, Chapter 10, § 10-203, must, in addition to the items listed in Subsection B above, also source separate and recycle the following:
(1) 
Glass.
(2) 
Steel cans.
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1]
The authorized Township collector shall provide one recycling container for each residential unit or small business establishment for the commingling of recyclable materials. Recycling containers shall be a minimum of twenty-gallon capacity and shall be labeled "Susquehanna Township Recycling."
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1]
Collection of recyclable materials shall be performed once per week and shall take place, when possible, on the same day as collection of acceptable solid waste in a given area of the Township.
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1]
The contractor shall take reasonable care in handling of recycling containers and shall not willfully break, deface or damage the same. All covers, if provided, will be placed back on the recycling containers when they are returned to the place of collection. All recycling containers broken or destroyed in improper or careless handling by the collector shall be replaced by the collector at his own expense. All recycling containers broken or destroyed by a customer shall be replaced by the customer at his own expense.
[Ord. 04-10, 7/8/2004, § 1]
All commercial, institutional, industrial and municipal establishments will be provided verification forms along with instructions for completing those forms (attached as Exhibit A).[1] All owners or property that is rented to others for living purposes will also be sent verification forms and instructions (attached as Exhibit B).[2] These forms must be completed and returned to the Susquehanna Township Health Department by the date specified on the forms. The purpose of the forms in Exhibit A is to verify the solid waste and recycling program for each commercial, institutional, industrial and municipal establishment located within the territorial limits of Susquehanna Township. The establishments are required to describe their program and list any haulers with which they have contracted for solid waste and recycling pickup. Exhibit A also includes a form to be completed by small business establishments, if they choose to be registered as such. The purpose of the forms in Exhibit B is to verify the number of dwelling units contained at each rental property. If that number of units is less than four, the owner is instructed to sign and return the form entitled "Statement to Claim Residential Status" so that his tenants will be registered under the Township program. If that number of units is four or more the owner is instructed to return the verification form explaining how the solid waste and recycling program will be set up for their tenants and listing any haulers with which they have contracted for pickup of solid waste and recycling.
[1]
Editor's Note: Exhibit A is on file in the Township offices.
[2]
Editor's Note: Exhibit B is on file in the Township offices.
The Susquehanna Township Health Department will be responsible for assuring that all residents and establishments are well informed of this program and the ordinances that pertain.