Township of Upper Providence, PA
Delaware County
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Table of Contents
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GENERAL REFERENCES
Charter provisions — See Charter, Art. VIII.
Meetings — See Ch. 210.
Recreation Department — See Ch. 252.
Boards generally — See ADM. Ch. 260.
Recreational facilities in subdivisions — See Ch. 1228.
Recreation and open space zoning districts — See Ch. 1278.
[1974 Code Sec. 15-1]
There is hereby established in and for the Township a board to be known as the Recreation Board.
The Recreation Board shall consist of seven members. All seven members shall be appointed by Council for a term of four years, provided, however, that in making the initial appointments, only one member shall be appointed for a term of four years, and other members shall be appointed for a lesser period so that not more than one member's term shall expire each year. Thereafter, each member shall be appointed for a term of four years.
[1974 Code Sec. 15-3]
The members of the Recreation Board shall meet within 30 days after the date of this chapter and shall, from their own membership, elect a Chairperson and Secretary and such other officers as the members may deem necessary and proper. Said officers are to be elected to serve for a period of one year.
[1974 Code Sec. 15-4]
Members of the Recreation Board shall serve without salary.
Vacancies on the Recreation Board shall be filled by Council.
[1974 Code Sec. 15-6]
The Recreation Board is hereby authorized to supervise, maintain and regulate parks and recreational areas and facilities, and to regulate and supervise the construction of buildings and other facilities within the Township, provided, however, that when the expenditure of money is involved, such expenditures must be approved by Council.
[1974 Code Sec. 15-7]
The Recreation Board shall annually submit a report to Council as to the activities of the Board and shall include an analysis of the adequacy of the facilities and to what extent the needs of the public are being met, and shall report on any other matters required by law.
[1974 Code Sec. 15-8]
The Recreation board shall have the power to adopt rules and regulations deemed necessary and expedient for the proper conduct of its business.
[1974 Code Sec. 15-9]
The Recreation Board shall, from time to time, make recommendations to Council regarding acquisition of park and recreation sites and facilities.