Township of Peters, PA
Washington County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
[Note: See also the Disposition List and the other Legislative Enactment Chapters.]
Section Number
History
Title
11-1.
Res. 12-7-71
Agreement with Citizens Water Company on Location and Installation of Fire Hydrants
11-2.
7-23-1979 by Ord. No. 198
Authorizing the Township to Execute an Agreement with Western Pennsylvania Water Company to Provide Water Service for Our Area Within Peters Township in Accordance with the Water Company's Tariff in an Area Known as the Hackett Waterline Project; Authorizing the Township to Execute a Deed of Conveyance from the Township to the Water Company of Various Waterlines Comprising the Hackett Waterline Project Together with Easements and Rights-of-Way as Required to Maintain the Line; and Authorizing the Township to Execute the Standard Extension Deposit Agreement and All Other Necessary Agreements Required to Effectuate Said Project
11-3.
1-24-1983 by Ord. No. 269
Authorizing Procedures for the Extension of Waterlines and Method of Assessment for a Waterline on Venetia and Bebout Roads
11-4.
2-14-1983 by Ord. No. 271
Authorizing Extension of Waterlines, Stipulating Procedures and Method of Assessment
11-5.
Res. 9-7-83
Authorizing the Conveyance of the Waterlines and Related Facilities in and Along Ivy Lane to the Western Pennsylvania Water Company
11-6.
11-14-1983 by Ord. No. 293
Assessing the Total Costs and Expenses for the Installation of Public Waterlines in and Along Ivy Lane. . .and Providing for an Assessment Against the Owners of Those Properties. . . Providing for the Collection of Such assessments
11-7.
11-14-1983 by Ord. No. 294
Assessing the Total Costs and Expenses for the Installation of Public Waterlines in and Along Brush Run Road. . .and Providing for an Assessment Against the Owners of Those Properties. . . and Providing for the Collection of Such Assessments
11-8.
Res. 11-1-83
Authorizing the Conveyance of the Waterlines and Related Facilities in and Along Bebout Road to the Western Pennsylvania Water Company
11-9.
Res. 11-2-83
Authorizing the Conveyance of the Waterlines and Related Facilities in and Along Venetia Road to the Western Pennsylvania Water Company
11-10.
1-23-1984 by Ord. No. 302
Assessing the Total Costs and Expenses for the Installation of Public Waterlines in and Along Bebout Road and Venetia Road. . .and Providing for an Assessment Against the Owners of Those Properties. . .in Conformity with the Assessment Laws Then and There Applicable to the Premises
11-11.
2-13-1984 by Ord. No. 304
Amending Ordinance No. 302, Establishing Assessments for the Installation of Public Waterlines on Bebout and Venetia Roads, Correcting Erroneous Assessments of Certain Properties
11-12.
10-26-1987 by Ord. No. 383
Authorizing the Assessment and Collection of the Cost of Installation of a Public Waterline Along McCombs Road and Assessing the Abutting Property Owner According to an Equal Assessment on a Front Foot Basis
11-13.
12-12-1988 by Ord. No. 397
Providing for the Assessment and Collection of the Costs of Installation of a Public Waterline Along Sugar Camp Road and Assessing the Abutting Property Owners According to an Equal Assessment on a Front Foot Basis
11-14.
12-12-1988 by Ord. No. 398
Providing for the Assessment and Collection of the Costs of Installation of a Public Waterline Along Red Oak Drive and Assessing the Abutting Property Owners According to Assessment Agreements Executed by Various Abutting Property Owners
11-15.
4-23-1990 by Ord. No. 430
Providing for the Assessment and Collection of the Costs of Installation of a Public Waterline Along Locust Drive and Manor Way, and Assessing the Abutting Property Owners According to an Equal Assessment on a Benefit Basis
11-16.
11-22-1993 by Ord. No. 490
Providing for the Assessment and Collection of the Costs of Installation of a Public Waterline Along Boyer Road and Assessing the Abutting Property Owners According to an Equal Assessment on a Benefit Basis