Township of Spring, PA
Centre County
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Ord./Res.
Date
Description
Res. 3/17/1962
Requesting that the Pennsylvania Department of Highways supervise the design and construction of the bridge crossing Spring Creek
Res. 51-1962
6/7/1962
Employing the services of Daniel Bailey to design a bridge and setting the rate of compensation therefore
Res. 54-1962
8/6/1962
Approving an agreement for the creation of a regional planning commission to be known as the Inter-Valley Planning Commission
Res. 58-1964
6/8/1964
Designating the Bellefonte State College Area Industrial Development Corporation as the industrial development agency for the County of Centre in all matters relevant to and for all purposes of the Industrial Development Assistance Law
Res. 60-1964
7/13/1964
Awarding the paving contract for 1964
Res. 61-1964
9/23/1964
Approving the contract for planning assistance
Res. 64-1964
5/10/1964
Purchasing an Austin-Western grader at a cost of $21,803
Res. 65-1965
5/10/1965
Permitting the one lane bridge over Logan Branch on TR 384 to be brought up to present day standards as to roadway width, waterway opening and carrying capacity by Cerro Copper and Brass Company
Res. 7/19/1965
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Harry E. Eby for the cleaning, shaping and paving of certain portions of TR 532 and TR 425
Res. 70-1966
4/15/1966
Appointing temporary policemen to act on each of the Sundays during the year commencing April 15, 1966, and ending April 15, 1967, to direct and control traffic at and adjacent to churches in the Village of Pleasant Gap
Res. 72-1966
8/8/1966
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Harry E. Eby for the cleaning, shaping and paving of certain portions of TR 432, TR 744 and TR 745
Res. 76-1967
2/6/1967
Accepting the bid of Appalachian Stone for the year 1967
Res. 79-1967
4/3/1967
Urging vigorous approval of House Bill #722, Printer's No. 801, amending current law to prohibit peace-meal, land grabbing of choice portions of our Townships
Res. 81-1967
7/3/1967
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Harry E. Eby for the paving of certain portions of TR 571 and TR 440
Res. 84-1967
7/25/1967
Accepting the bid of Shenango Steel Buildings, Inc., for the erection of a Township building
Res. 85-1967
8/17/1967
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Harry E. Eby for Phase 2 of the paving project
Res. 89-1967
11/13/1967
Authorizing an agreement with Shaffer Electric Co. and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the providing of modernization and standardization of a traffic signal
Res. 90-1967
11/13/1967
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Duck Sheet Metal for the heating system for the new Township building
Res. 91-1968
1/8/1968
Accepting bids of various entities for stone, calcium chloride, corrugated pipe and rock salt for the year 1968
Res. 93-1968
1/25/1968
Maintaining the population count of all residents in the area of Parkview Heights, Biddle Development and Beaver Development for the purpose of liquid fuel allocations pursuant to order of court of December, 1966
Res. 98-1968
2/19/1968
Authorizing an agreement with R.W. Lutz Electrical Contractor, Inc., and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the providing of modernization and standardization of traffic signals located on LR 346 and LR 871
Res. 99-1968
3/27/1968
Agreeing to the assurance of compliance with the Department of Commerce regulations under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 for the purpose of qualifying for Appalachian Funds pending construction of Route 430
Res. 105-1968
5/6/1968
Accepting bid of Harry E. Eby for patch materials for all Township roads
Res. 106-1968
5/9/1968
Awarding contract for the 1968 paving project
Res. 107-1968
6/17/1968
Awarding contract for the purpose of a Township police car
Res. 108-1968
6/25/1968
Awarding contract for the Beezer Hill project
Res. 109-1968
9/3/1968
Awarding contract for bulk rock salt for 1968-1969
Res. 110-1968
9/9/1968
Awarding contract for a new Dodge 3/4 ton truck
Res. 111-1968
10/1/1968
Appointing Bryon L. Hall as full-time Chief of Police
Res. 121-1968
12/2/1968
Approving the formulation of a regional sewage authority
Res. 123-1968
12/2/1968
Accepting the bid of Appalachian Stone Division for items to be used on Township roads
Res. 126-1969
3/3/1969
Recognizing the Centre County Planning Commission as the representative agency to continue area wide planning
Res. 127-1969
3/3/1969
Covering full-time Township employees in a health insurance plan
Res. 128-1969
3/17/1969
Joining with the Borough of Bellefonte regarding a swimming pool project
Res. 129-1969
4/7/1969
Appointing John H. Auman as representative elected official to serve on the local government advisory committee
Res. 130-1969
6/24/1969
Awarding contract for 1969 paving project
Res. 132-1969
8/4/1969
Opposing the proposed incorporation of a portion of Spring Township into Pleasant Gap Borough
Res. 135-1969
12/1/1969
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Appalachian Stone Division for items to be used on the Township roads
Res. 136-1970
3/2/1970
Placing Andrew Mann on full-time employment with Spring Township as police officer
Res. 141-1970
5/4/1970
Awarding bid to Krout Pontiac for the purchase of a new police car
Res. 142-1970
6/2/1970
Approving the Centre County Civil Defense Emergency Operational Plan as the official plan of Spring Township
Res. 143-1970
6/2/1970
Purchasing of a 1970 four wheel drive truck
Res. 145-1970
7/8/1970
Accepting bid and accepting contract of Harry E. Eby for paving of certain portions of TR 445, TR 430, TR 367, TR 774 and TR 775
Res. 8/3/1970
Proclaiming August 23 through 29, 1970, as Support Your Police - Respect the Law Week
Res. 149-1970
11/2/1970
Accepting, submitting and implementing an official plan for sewage facilities in the Township of Spring
Res. 151-1970
12/1/1970
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Appalachian Stone Division for items to be used on the Township roads
Res. 153-1971
2/1/1971
Recommending the adoption of the Centre County Solid Waste Plan
Res. 154-1971
3/6/1971
Applying for financial assistance for funds for the construction of 3.1 miles of cartway on TR 430, to be completed during the year 1971
Res. 155-1971
4/5/1971
Authorizing the signature of Roland W. Robinson for the signing of checks for various accounts
Ord. 156-1971
4/5/1971
Providing notice of intent to adopt a real estate transfer tax
Res. 157-1971
4/21/1971
Awarding of TR 430 paving contract
Res. 158-1971
7/5/1971
Entering into negotiation with and authorizing the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to proceed to fill in TR 550 where the access road to I-80 crosses
Res. 159-1971
7/6/1971
Appointing Charles Brandt and Donald Rhoades as agents to sign and accept civil defense supplies for the Township
Res. 161-1971
7/2/1971
Requesting participation in purchase contracts with the Department of Property and Supplies of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Res. 164-1971
1971
Requesting Mid State Bank and Trust and First National Bank of Centre Hall pledge bank assets to meet various accounts
Res. 165-1971
11/1/1971
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Cargill Salt Co. for bulk rock salt
Res. 168-1972
1/3/1972
Thanking Roland W. Robinson for his cooperation as a member of the Spring Township Water and Sewer Authority and member of the Board of Supervisors
Res. 169-1972
2/7/1972
Accepting the resignation of Bryon Hall as Chief of Police
Res. 170-1972
2/7/1972
Appointing Ronald W. Tressler, Sr., as full-time Chief of Police
Res. 171-1972
3/6/1972
Favoring the enactment of municipal home rule charter
Res. 172-1972
3/6/1972
Authorizing the signature of Earl Houser for the signing of checks for various accounts
Res. 174-1972
5/22/1972
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Herbert R. Imbt, Inc., for the paving of certain portions of TR 386 and TR 429
Res. 176-1972
6/16/1972
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Herbert R. Imbt, Inc., for the paving of portions of TR 427
Res. 177-1972
7/3/1972
Making request to the Agricultural Soil Conservation Board for flood control insurance
Res. 178-1972
7/3/1972
Waiving preliminary procedures to assist hardship cases of flood affected residents
Res. 179-1972
7/3/1972
Taking part in surveying Spring Township and surrounding municipalities prior to establishing an area wide law enforcement program
Res. 180-1972
11/6/1972
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Cargill Salt Co., Inc., for bulk rock salt
Res. 181-1973
3/5/1973
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Harry E. Eby for the paving of a portion of TR 425 between LR 550 and PA 26
Res. 183-1973
3/21/1973
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Harry E. Eby for the paving of a portion of TR 420 in Greensvalley
Res. 184-1973
5/7/1973
Conveying thanks to Charles Brandt for his cooperation as the Township Civil Defense Director
Res. 185-1973
6/5/1973
Recommending Lee C. Dorman be appointed local Civil Defense Director
Res. 186-1973
8/6/1973
Accepting the bid of Reed Motors of Bellefonte for the purchase of a new police car
Res. 188-1973
9/4/1973
Awarding various contracts for numerous flood control projects
Res. 189-1973
9/4/1973
Awarding of contract to Kelleytron Electric Company for the revision of the traffic control signal at the intersection of Walnut Street and PA 550 or LR 871
Res. 194-1973
12/3/1973
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Morton Salt Co., for bulk rock salt
Res. 196-1974
1/7/1974
Decreeing the title "Mr. Township" on Blair A. Rice for his many years of service on the Board
Res. 199-1974
6/27/1974
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Herbert R. Imbt, Inc., for the 1974 paving projects
Res. 200-1974
6/27/1974
Requesting to apply for Federal monies under § 205 of the Federal Aid Highway Act of 1973, for applying pavement markings on all local roads
Res. 201-1974
7/1/1974
Opposing the combination of the Centre Crest Unit of the Centre Community Home with the Bellefonte Unit of the Centre Community Hospital
Res. 204-1974
10/7/1974
Establishing the hourly rate for police service to the Centre County Vo-Tech School
Res. 206-1974
11/4/1974
Accepting the bid of Stocker Chevrolet for the purchase of a new police car
Res. 211-1974
11/4/1974
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Bradco Supply Co., Inc. for items for use on the Township roads
Res. 212-1974
12/2/1974
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Harry Eby for items for use on the Township roads
Res. 213-1974
12/2/1974
Requesting that the local, State and Federal official representing Centre County take action to remove LR 144 from the 1990 construction area to a "NOW" 1975 action program
Res. 214-1975
2/3/1975
Terminating one full-time police officer from the Police Department
Res. 215-1975
2/3/1975
Directing that the Spring Township Police Department operate on an eight hour per man, per day basis
Res. 216-1975
2/3/1975
Directing that all investigative matters involving more than two man hours, that all action required to be performed or acts on the behalf of the handling of said police function be turned over to the Pennsylvania State Police to be performed or handled by them
Res. 217-1975
2/24/1975
Terminating the services of Gannett, Fleming, Corddry and Carpenter to the Spring Township Water and Sewer Authority
Res. 218-1975
2/24/1975
Retaining the service of Betz Environmental Engineers, Inc., for the Spring Township Water and Sewer Authority
Res. 219-1975
2/24/1975
Authorizing signature(s) for the signing of all documents for the Spring Township Water and Sewer Authority
Res. 220-1975
2/24/1975
Authorizing Betz Environmental Engineers, Inc., to file grant application and supporting documents for Phase III
Res. 221-1975
3/3/1975
Indicating that the Township does not plan to resurface or reconstruct any of the Township routes indicated for marking by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, to the said routes in the Township's previous letter to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
Res. 223-1975
3/26/1975
Accepting bids and contracts for amesite for Project #1, Harrison Road and Project #2, Coleville Road
Res. 226-1975
6/7/1975
Supporting Burnside Township relative to the possible location of an energy park within their Township
Res. 229-1975
8/4/1975
Accepting bid and approving contract for Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc., for the resurfacing of Township streets
Res. 230-1975
11/3/1995
Accepting bid and approving contract for Stocker Chevrolet, Inc., for the purchase of a new 1976 dump truck
Res. 234-1975
12/1/1975
Accepting bid and approving contract for International Salt Company for bulk salt
Res. 235-1976
2/2/1976
Awarding contract for cold patch
Res. 236-1976
3/1/1976
Entering into an agreement for the resurfacing of TR 430
Res. 237-1976
4/5/1976
Requesting the name of Evelyn Williams (Jesse) be placed into the records of elected or appointed officials as assessor
Res. 238-1976
4/6/1976
Authorizing the Solicitor to take the necessary action on behalf of the Board on the deliberations, as far as assistance for the cost and financing of the study for the completion of the project changing the name of Spring Township Water and Sewer Authority to Spring-Benner Water and Sewer Authority
Res. 239-1976
5/3/1976
Agreeing to participate in the Safer Road Demonstration Reimbursement Project of TR 430
Res. 240-1976
5/3/1976
Authorizing the Solicitor to advise the Bellefonte Area School District that the Board intends to share with the school in the occupational privilege assessment starting January 1, 1977
Res. 242-1976
7/5/1976
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc., for the 1976 resurfacing of certain Township streets
Res. 244-1976
9/7/1976
Agreeing and supporting that portion of funds of 10% of the costs incurred for the completion of Federal project no. SRS2000 (289) Spring Township roadway TR 430
Res. 245-1976
9/7/1976
Advising all proper officials of the intent of participating in the paving marking demonstration program
Res. 246-1976
9/7/1976
Requesting the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Highway Commission consider and place the completion of the terminus of Bellefonte bypass LR PA 26 and LR PA 64 to the intersection of Route 322 at Potter Mills, to tie into I-80 and the existing bypass
Res. 250-1976
10/4/1976
Establishing the hourly rate for police service to the Centre County Vo-Tech School
Res. 253-1976
12/6/1976
Accepting bid and awarding contract to the International Salt Company for bulk rock salt
Res. 254-1976
12/6/1976
Accepting the bid of Reed Motors for the purchase of a 1977 police car
Res. 257-1977
3/7/1977
Recognizing SEDA Council of Governments as the area wide multicounty planning organization for the SEDA-COG region
Res. 258-1977
5/2/1977
Entering into a contract with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to cover costs incurred to install a traffic control signal at the intersection of TR 430, PA 26 and LR. 14025 (Harrison Road)
Res. 259-1977
4/4/1977
Accepting Sgt. Elwood Stover at the Pennsylvania State Police Academy for a period of 12 weeks training
Res. 260-1977
5/2/1977
Entering into an agreement with Betz Environmental Engineers, Inc., for an engineering feasibility study, master plan, for Spring Township as outlined in vendors agreement number 199 77 26
Res. 264-1977
6/6/1977
Concurring with the County of Centre in obtaining one blanket bond to cover all municipal tax collectors in the County
Res. 265-1977
7/5/1977
Authorizing the bidding of several Township roads for the construction and maintenance contract for 1977
Res. 266-1977
7/25/1977
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Stephenson Equipment for a vibratory roller
Motion
1977
Authorizing the borrowing of money from the police pension fund, if necessary, for the training of Police Officer Elwood Stover
Res. 271-1977
8/8/1977
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc., for the 1977 paving project
Res. 274-1977
9/6/1977
Extending thanks to College Township for sharing their goals and ideals of good government
Res. 277-1977A
10/3/1977
Accepting bid and awarding contract to the International Salt Co. for bulk rock salt
Res. 278-1977A
11/7/1977
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Martin Marietta Aggregates for road stones
Res. 280-1977
11/7/1977
Entering into a contract with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Employment Security to participate in unemployment security
Res. 281-1977
11/7/1977
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Markle Supply Company for a breathalyzer
Res. 282-1977
11/7/1977
Accepting the grant offer of the Environmental Protection Agency in the amount of $7,007,550
Res. 283-1977
1977
Amending Res. 218-1975, authorizing retaining Betz Environmental Engineers, Inc
Res. 284-1977
4/1977
Federal delineation project of Township roads
Res. A-1978
1/3/1978
Participating in unemployment compensation for all employees after January 1, 1978
Res. 3-1978
4/3/1978
Erecting stop signs on a temporary basis on Harrison Road TR 941 and erecting, on a temporary basis, 25 mph signs on Harrison Road, TR 941
Res. 4-1978
5/1/1978
Accepting the indemnity agreement between the Township and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fisher
Res. 5-1978
5/1/1978
Granting special permission to place a mobile home on parcel No. 13-14-11A for Mrs. Park's mother, Mrs. Jones
Res. 6-1978
6/5/1978
Erecting a "watch children" sign on Beezer Hill
Res. 7-1978
5/1/1978
Advising all proper officials of the intent of participating in a program under the Federal and Highway Act of 1976 and understanding that the program will be funded 100% by the Federal government
Res. 10-1978
5/1/1978
Endorsing Senate Bill No. 1008 regarding local planning
Res. 11-1978
7/10/1978
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Spring Creek Paving for the 1978 paving contract
Res. 13-1978
9/5/1978
Hiring a new police officer, to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Elwood B. Stover
Res. 16-1978
11/2/1978
Accepting bid and awarding contract to several various companies for materials for 1979
Res. 17-1978
12/4/1978
Accepting bid and awarding contract to several various companies for materials for 1979
Res. 18-1979
1/2/1979
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Reed Motors for the purchase of a 1979 police car
Res. 19-1979
1/2/1979
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Allenwood Equipment Company for the purchase of a backhoe and loader
Res. 20-1979A
4/2/1979
Making application for State funds for the reimbursement and costs and expenses for the training of police officers of the Township of Spring
Res. 20-1979B
4/2/1979
Advising all proper officers of the Township their intention to participate in a program to attempt to reduce the number of accidents on the Township roads and understanding that they may be eligible to receive 75% of the costs of upgrading regulatory and warning signs
Res. 22-1979A
7/2/1979
Requiring that Township employees wear hard hats and safety glasses when operating or near machines or equipment
Res. 22-1979B
6/26/1979
Rider to agreement between Township and Township Water and Sewer Authority and Betz Environmental Engineers
Res. 22-1979C
6/26/1979
Agreement that Spring Township be released from any responsibility or liability under the terms of the agreement between Betz-Converse-Murdoch, Inc., the Spring-Benner Joint Authority and the Township
Res. 24-1979
7/23/1979
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Spring Creek Paving and Construction Company for the 1979 paving project
Res. 24-1979A
7/23/1979
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Central Counties Bank for the Pleasant Gap Water Supply Company
Res. 32-1979A
11/5/1979
Accepting bids and awarding contracts to several specified companies for the 1980 materials contract
Res. 32-1979B
11/5/1979
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Bradco for rock salt
Ord. 33-1980
1/7/1980
Approving a certain intermunicipal police cooperation agreement dated January 7, 1980
Res. 33-1980A
1/7/1980
Accepting bid of Agway for the purchase of fuel oil
Res. 33-1980C
3/3/1980
Granting permission to Randall C. and Donna D. Yarnell, owners of parcel number 13-3-79, for placement of a mobile home on the above noted parcel
Res. 39-1980
6/2/1980
Setting aside the 25% 1970-1980 allocation of the liquid fuels tax funds for 1980-1981 use
Res. 41-1980
7/7/1980
Concurring with the action of Betz, Converse, Murdoch, Inc., regarding the mechanical changes to Phase II
Res. 42-1980
7/23/1980
Appointing Raymond C. Wilson to the Board of Supervisors for the term August 1, 1980 to December 31, 1980
Res. 46-1980
8/4/1980
Erecting "no peddling" signs at entrances to the Township
Res. 47-1980
8/4/1980
Accepting a new Township logo as the new Township emblem
Res. 48-1980
8/4/1980
Setting the employee rates to the Water Authority
Res. 49-1980
9/9/1980
Authorizing the purchase of a Vascar system to be utilized by the Police Department
Res. 57-1980
10/6/1980
Approving communications to various officials that the Township does not want LR 144 to open as scheduled on October 31, 1980, to the traveling public (local traffic only) from the Top of Centre Hall Mountain to Pleasant Gap because the design and safety of the traveling public is in danger
Res. 62-1980
1980
Radio bid
Res. 63-1980
11/3/1980
Declaring the opening or vacancy in the Spring Township Police Department due to the passing of Lt. Andrew Mann
Res. 72-1981
6/1/1981
Authorizing the Spring-Benner Joint Authority to file necessary claims
Res. 73-1981
6/1/1981
Granting approval to Warner Company for Mine Parcel No. 13-4-71
Res. 74-1981
7/30/1981
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc., for the 1981 paving contract
Res. 78-1981
9/8/1981
Requesting to be made to the appropriate State and Federal transportation authorities to take immediate action to reconstruct and relocate a new Route 144 in such a location as to eliminate the hazardous conditions presently existing
Res. 79-1981A
10/19/1981
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Spring Creek Paving for the second 1981 paving project
Res. 79-1981B
10/9/1981
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Bradco Supply Company for calcium chloride
Res. 81-1981
11/3/1981
Accepting bid and awarding contract to International Salt for rock salt
Res. 84-1981
12/7/1981
Authorizing the Centre County Planning Commission to request the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to hold a public meeting to discuss the design and location of LR 144
Res. 2-1982
2/1/1982
Accepting bid and awarding contract to several specified companies for the 1982 materials contract
Res. 3-1982
1/1/1982
Hiring Franklin B. Ball as a police officer effective February 1, 1982
Res. 5-1982
3/22/1982
Authorizing the signing of the Nittany Mountain-PennDOT agreement
Res. 9-1982
4/5/1982
Requesting authorization to participate in the purchase contracts of the Department of General Services
Res. 10-1982
4/5/1982
Making application to the Centre County Commissioners for an allocation of liquid fuel tax funds in the amount of $19,500
Res. 13-1982
7/6/1982
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc. for the 1982 paving project
Res. 16-1982
7/6/1982
Approving the request of the Spring-Benner Joint Authority for the standard remuneration for the board members for the second meeting scheduled for the fourth Wednesday of each month
Res. 18-1982
9/7/1982
Approving a request for a trailer to be placed on the property of Edward Hockenberry, 227 West Fifth Avenue, Bellefonte, allowed under a hardship case for the period of 1 year
Res. 21-1982
9/7/1982
Authorizing Betz, Converse, Murdoch, Inc., to go to bid for the Nittany Mountain project, subject to FmHA approval
Res. 23-1982
10/4/1982
Accepting bid and awarding contract to International Salt Company for rock salt
Res. 24-1982
10/4/1982
Transferring $25,000 from the equipment purchase account in the 1982 budget
Agr. 25-1982
11/1/1982
The Spring Township Police Pension Fund Trust Agreement
Res. 25-1982A
10/4/1982
Appointing Mid-State Bank and Trust Company trustee of the Spring Township police pension fund
Res. 26-1982
10/4/1982
Making application for the highway safety grant for 1983
Res. 28-1982
11/1/1982
Accepting bids and approving contracts for several specified companies for the 1982 materials bids
Res. 31-1982
12/6/1982
Issuing real estate billing in March and the occupation and per capita billing in July with a penalty rate of 10% to conform with the County
Res. 32-1982
12/6/1982
Granting the sum of $5,000 to Dorothy F. Jodon as a lump sum pension
Res. 33-1982
9/8/1982
Resolution of intent to enter into agreements with the Centre County Solid Waste Authorities and the local municipalities of Centre County
Res. 34-1982
2/7/1983
Designating February 11, 1983, as "Ralph Dobelbower Day," in recognition of the outstanding services to the Township by Mr. Dobelbower
Res. 3-1983
1/3/1983
Memorandum of understanding with the County of Centre regarding the preliminary plan of the Penn Eagle Industrial park
Res. 4-1983
2/7/1983
Opening and keeping an account of deposit with Peoples National Bank for the Federal Revenue account
Res. 5-1983
2/7/1983
Opening and keeping an account of deposit with Peoples National Bank for the liquid fuel account
Res. 6-1983
3/7/1983
Supporting the continuance of Federal revenue sharing
Res. 8-1983
4/4/1983
Designating the appropriate officials to execute all documents and agreements with the Pennsylvania Department of Commerce to facilitate and assist in obtaining a community facilities grant
Res. 9-1983
2/2/1983
Authorizing and directing the execution of a Pennsylvania Department of Transportation project agreement
Res. 13-1983
6/6/1983
Adopting Ord. 138-1983, a zoning ordinance for the Township of Spring
Res. 15-1983
6/6/1983
Authorizing the engineer, B.C.M., to bid the main Pleasant Gap project contract #3 on a unit basis
Res. 21-1983
7/22/1983
Accepting bid and awarding contract to H.E. Eby for the 1983 paving project
Res. 22-1983
7/22/1983
Appointing the Pennsylvania Financial Group as agent of record for the employee pension fund
Res. 32-1983
11/7/1983
Declining to accept an offer of dedication of a recreational area of the developers Weaver Hill Subdivision, Section 2, located between lots 11 and 12
Res. 36-1983
12/5/1983
Issuing the real estate billing in March and the occupation and per capita billing in July with a penalty rate of 10%
Res. 37-1983
12/5/1983
Accepting bids and awarding contracts to several specified companies for the 1984 materials bids
Res. 38-1983
12/5/1983
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Motor Salt Division for rock salt
Res. 39-1983
12/5/1983
Accepting the recommendation of the Planning Commission and not approving the application of S & A Homes, Inc. for a planned residential development
Res. 43-1984
6/4/1984
Accepting bid and awarding contract to H.E. Eby Asphalt and Paving Company for the 1984 paving project
Res. 44-1984
6/4/1984
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Herbert R. Impt, Inc., for the 1984 double line painting project
Res. 46-1984
7/16/1984
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc., for the 1984 paving for binder leveling course on Harrison Road
Res. 47-1984
10/1/1984
Establishing a purchase requisition approval procedure for municipal employees, police department and water authority
Res. 48-1984
10/1/1984
Accepting bid and awarding contract to H.E. Eby Asphalt & Paving Company for the 1984 bituminous curbing on Harrison Road project
Res. 49-1984
10/15/1984
Revoking the appointment of the Pennsylvania Financial Group as agent of record for the employee pension fund and substituting therefor United Federal Savings Bank as agent of record for the employee pension fund
Res. 51-1984
10/15/1984
Establishing and setting forth a handicapped nondiscriminatory grievance procedure
Res. 54-1984
12/27/1984
Issuing the real estate taxes in March and the occupation and per capita billing in July
Res. 56-1984A
12/3/1984
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Bradco Supply Company, Inc., for the calcium chloride, warning flags and traffic paint contract
Res. 56-1984B
12/3/1984
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Cargill, Inc. for rock salt
Res. 56-1984C
12/3/1984
Accepting bids and awarding contacts to several specified companies for pipe
Res. 56-1984D
12/17/1984
Accepting bids and awarding contracts to several specified companies for stone and screenings
Res. 57-1985
3/4/1985
Supporting the continuance of Federal revenue sharing
Ord. 38-1985
2/4/1985
Reducing the compensation for the office of the elected tax collector for the next ensuing term from 5% and/or 4% of collected taxes to 3.5%
Res. 57-1985
3/4/1985
Supporting the continuance of Federal revenue sharing
Res. 60-1985
8/5/1985
Appointing Mid-State Bank and Trust Company as depository for community block development funds
Res. 64-1985
12/4/1985
Issuing the real estate billing in March and the occupation and per capita billing in July with a penalty rate of 10%
Res. 66-1985
12/4/1985
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Chemung Supply Corporation for the 1986 pipe and contract
Res. 67-1985
12/4/1985
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Cargill, Inc. for rock salt
Res. 68-1985
12/4/1985
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc., for 2 RC stone and to Herbt R. Imbt, Inc., for anti-skid
Res. 69-1986
1/6/1986
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Warner Company for 1986 screenings supply
Res. 70-1986
2/3/1986
Providing for retired employees to remain in the Township group health plan of Spring Township
Res. 71-1986
2/3/1986
Vehicle safety maintenance
Res. 74-1986
3/3/1986
Adopting the solid waste management plan
Res. 75-1986
3/7/1986
Declaring that it is the position of the Township that due to the change in the traffic pattern with regard to Route 144 by virtue of the closing of Route 144 over Nittany Mountain to heavy truck traffic, that the reconstruction of Route 144 over Nittany Mountain between Pleasant Gap (Route 26) and Potter Mills (Route 322) is not necessary at the present time
Res. 76-1986
4/7/1986
Providing for the discontinuing of payments by members of the police force into the police pension fund for the current year
Res. 78-1986
7/7/1986
Amending Res. 75-1986, by requesting the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to study the rerouting of PA 26, relocated near Benner Pike
Res. 79-1986
7/7/1986
Agreeing with the Department of Transportation to post bridges in accordance with Department Regulation 67 of the Pennsylvania Code
Res. 80-1986
7/7/1986
Allowing any property owner desiring to be relieved of the requirement to fill concrete septic tanks to make application in writing, to the Township
Res. 81-1986
8/18/1986
Rescinding previous action approving a project under the small communities program division of the Department of Community Affairs, providing for the construction of a building for the Pleasant Gap Fire Company and providing for the project to be changed to improvement of the Pleasant Gap water supply system
Res. 87-1986
12/3/1986
Issuing real estate billing and per capita billing in March and the occupation billing in July with a penalty of 10%
Res. 93-1987
4/6/1987
Ordering the area around Fifth Alley to clean and remove all rodents, vermin, garbage and sources of the same
Res. 94-1987
1/14/1987
Amending Res. 81-1986, under the Small Communities Division of the Department of Community Affairs to increase the funds allocated for the 1985-1986 program
Res. 5/4/1987
Ordering the area around Fifth Alley to clean and remove all rodents, vermin, garbage and sources of the same
Res. 97-1987
7/6/1987
Granting permission to McCormick, Taylor and Association, Inc., to conduct several specified environmental studies
Res. 100-1987
8/3/1987
Requesting the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to implement the T-532 Rishel Hill Bridge project
Res. 102-1987
10/15/1987
PennDOT resolution, Bridge TR-532
Res. 103-1987
10/5/1987
Hiring John M. Walters as the third Police Officer effect November 2, 1987
Res. 106-1987
12/7/1987
Implementing programs to ensure equal opportunity through fair housing
Res. 107-1987
12/7/1987
Minimizing the displacement of persons as a result of CDBG activities and assisting persons actually displaced
Res. 110-1987
12/7/1987
Issuing real estate billing and per capita billing in March and occupation billing in July with a penalty rate of 10%
Res. 111-1987
12/7/1987
Declaring null and void present working of private rights-of-way or roads
Res. 112-1987
12/7/1987
Authorizing the Centre County Soil Conservation District to make application of Federal or State funding under the Abandoned Mine Reclamation Act
Res. 113-1987
12/7/1987
Lending support to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Soil, Erosion and Control Act to support and control all earth disturbance activities that could cause any erosion and pollution
Res. 116-1987
1987
Police pension
Res. 117-1988
1988
Milo Wilson
Res. 121-1988
2/29/1988
Establishing policy and procedure for engineering by consultants
Res. 122-1988
2/29/1988
Establishing policy and procedure for engineering by consultants for bridge replacement on Twp. Rt. 532 over Logan Branch in Axemann
Res. 123-1988B
2/29/1988
Authorizing the proper officials to execute a reimbursement agreement with the Department of Transportation for 95% of the costs incurred during the design/right-of-way/construction of the bridge to be replaced on Spring Township Rt. 532 over Logan Branch
Res. 128-1988
11/8/1988
Entering into an agreement for a new comprehensive plan
Res. 129-1988
11/8/1988
Entering into an agreement for an updated zoning ordinance
Res. 132-1988
12/4/1988
Issuing the real estate and per capita billing in March and the occupational billing in July, with a penalty of 10%
Res. 6-1989
3/6/1989
Requesting the County Board of Elections to cause a question to be placed on the ballot to permit small games of chance
Res. 9-1989
3/14/1989
Indicating interest in applying for a State Planning Assistance grant
Res. 10-1989
5/8/1989
Approving and entering into a contract with the consulting firm of Stallman and Stahlman to provide professional services for the preparation of a comprehensive plan and zoning map
Res. 11-1989
1989
Endorsing the Local Tax Reform Law of 1988 and urging the citizens of the community to vote yes to tax reform by casting their ballots in favor of the proposed constitutional amendment in the upcoming primary
Res. 14-1989
7/5/1989
Requesting the observance of the Pledge of Allegiance of the American Flag at the opening of all public meetings
Res. 16-1989
7/5/1989
Permitting the investing of funds into the Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union
Res. 23-1989
10/18/1989
Agreeing to accepting petitions from several specified individuals to have their parcels of property in the Spring Township's agricultural security area
Res. 24-1989
11/6/1989
Transfer of funds from the general fund to the State fund
Res. 29-1990
1990
Sludge recycling program
Res. 30-1990A
2/27/1990
Financing truck costs for the 1990 one ton dump truck
Res. 33-1990
7/2/1990
Granting Lt. David M. Mulfinger's request for taking all of his accumulated leave at one time and to engage in outside employment
Res. 34-1990
7/3/1990
Ratifying and approving the County of Centre 1990 municipal waste management plan
Res. 36-1990
1990
Asking the Solicitor, John R. Miller, Jr., to intervene at the Barry Musser plot plan hearing in Harrisburg
Res. 37-1990
9/4/1990
Supporting the passage of legislation to authorize municipalities to impose fair and equitable impact fees on new development to pay for the costs of the infrastructure improvements needed to serve that development
Res. 38-1990
9/4/1990
Granting permission for the closing of Rt. 430, Witherite Road, for the road race September 15, 1990, sponsored by the Employee Wellness Coalition
Res. 46-1990
12/11/1990
Issuing the real estate and per capita billing in March and the occupation billing in July with a penalty of 10%
Res. 48-1990
4/1/1990
Appointing John H. Auman as acting Secretary/Treasurer of the Township
Res. 49-1991
1/7/1991
Permitting the investment of funds with the Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union
Res. 50-1991
1/7/1991
Authorizing the proper officers of the Township to file for any funds for the year 1991 for recycling, composting or costs to implement, enforce and/or put a system in place
Res. 51-1991
1/7/1991
Implementing, developing and exploring all criteria for curbside and/or collection recycling program for Spring Township
Res. 52-1991
1/7/1991
Making and implementing applications for funding for a municipal recycling program grant
Res. 55-1991
1991
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Stephenson Equipment for leaf collection
Res. 56-1991
4/1/1991
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Cambria Equipment for a brush chipper
Res. 57-1991
12/10/1990
Authorizing and directing the execution of an unspecified agreement
Res. 62-1991
2/4/1991
Requesting PennDOT to proceed to review the traffic flow, signing, speed and any further improvement from the Bellefonte Borough line on PA 550
Res. 63-1991
3/4/1991
Finding sound, for the year 1991, the police pension fund of Spring Township, and waiving Township contributions for the year 1991
Res. 65-1991
1991
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Bradco Supply for a new brush chipper
Res. 70-1991
5/6/1991
Accepting the request of Craig L. Campbell for internship training as police officer
Res. 71-1991
5/6/1991
Intending to adopt a new zoning map
Res. 72-1991
5/6/1991
Intending to accept the 1991 Spring Township Comprehensive Plan
Res. 73-1991
5/6/1991
Intending to proceed with the new zoning ordinance of which the Planning Commission and the consultant, Stallman and Stahlman, have been working on
Res. 74-1991
5/6/1991
Implementing the capital contribution or recovery of costs associated with the adoption of certain specified resolutions
Res. 76-1991
6/3/1991
Agreeing to extend the contract for the construction of a bridge on Logan Branch on TR 532
Res. 77-1991
6/3/1991
Supporting the Centre County Vocational Technical School
Res. 86-1991
9/3/1991
Accepting maps and study of Potter Township regarding the boundary line between the Township and Centre Hall Mountain area
Res. 87-1991
9/3/1991
Recommending to the Fire Chief of the Pleasant Gap Fire Company to enforce no burning in Spring Township due to dry weather
Res. 88-1991
10/7/1991
Recognizing October 20-26, 1991, Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week
Res. 91-1991
10/7/1991
Agreeing to open the police contract, per the agreement between members of the Spring Township bargaining unit and the Board of Supervisors
Res. 92-1991
10/7/1991
Entering into an agreement with Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ramish regarding parcel #13-5A-65 regarding the erection of a structure
Res. 94-1991
1991
Designating the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors as Chief Administrative Officer of the Township
Res. 99-1991
1991
Informing Chemical Nuclear Systems, Inc., of the desire of the Board of Supervisors to remove Spring Township from all considerations for a low level radioactive waste disposal facility site
Res. 105-1992
1/6/1992
Adopting the new comprehensive plan
Res. 109-1992
2/3/1992
Not supporting the proposed penalty charges by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission to impose additional costs to offset the cost of the customer assistance program
Res. 113-1992
1/6/1992
Maintaining the original enactment of the National Flood Insurance Program as a separate issuance in regards to zoning
Res. 114-1992
1/6/1992
Wishing to make all actions taken to date legal and binding regarding Mr. John Auman not being properly sworn in for the Office of Township Supervisor
Res. 115-1992
1992
Requesting PennDOT to place a ban on all through traffic during the construction period of March 2, 1992 until approximately July 20, 1992, on PA Route 11 and 15
Res. 116-1992
3/2/1992
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Groff Tractor and Equipment for the purchase of a Case 590 backhoe
Res. 117-1992
3/2/1992
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Groff Tractor and Equipment for the trade-in of a John Deere 310 backhoe
Res. 118-1992
3/2/1992
Entering into an agreement with PennDOT for the reimbursement of costs incurred during the design/right-of-way/construction of a bridge to be replaced on TR 532
Res. 120-1992
4/9/1992
Approving, adopting and placing into immediate effect the emergency operations plan of Spring Township
Res. 121-1992
4/9/1992
Assuming responsibility for putting in the sewer line in the Jacksonville Road area if all conditions are met and there is no cost to Spring Township
Res. 123-1992
6/1/1992
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Pellegrini Engineering Firm of Altoona
Res. 126-1992
6/1/1992
Amending Res 114-1992, intending to make all actions taken to date regarding the swearing in of John Auman legal and binding
Res. 127-1992
7/6/1992
Requesting from PennDOT 50% reimbursement of South Main Street crossing costs for the Spring Township Water Authority
Res. 128-1992
7/6/1992
Authorizing and directing the proper officers to sign an agreement regarding PennDOT reimbursement for the South Main Street crossing
Res. 129-1992
7/1/1992
Authorizing and approving a project of Cambria Hospital Authority to construct a new health center
Res. 130-1992
7/6/1992
Concurring with Pleasant Gap Fire Company's request for volunteer EMTs from Penn State University to be added to the worker's compensation policy currently in effect
Res. 131-1992
9/8/1992
Accepting bid and awarding contract to Dotterer Equipment, Inc. for the purchase of a Ford 3930 farm tractor
Res. 133-1992
10/5/1992
Agreeing to place signs at each entrance of the Township stating "Zoning/Building Permits Required."
Res. 134-1992
1992
Removing the license fee from the newly amended sign ordinance
Res. 136-1992
11/2/1992
Adopting new sign and mobile homes ordinances and a plan review guideline ordinance
Res. 137-1992
12/7/1992
Agreeing to ratify the police contract for 1993 and 1994 as per agreement between members of Spring Township Police Bargaining Unit and the Board of Supervisors
Res. 138-1992
12/7/1992
Removing the two "deaf child area" signs along LR 144
Res. 142-1992
1992
Depositing the certificate for the Jacksonville Road turnback program into Unitas National Bank at an interest rate of 4%
Res. 145-1993
1993
Waiving the side yard setback for property code 13-3-10, Piezo Kinetics, Inc., to allow a fire escape to be placed in the setback area
Res. 148-1993
3/1/1993
Agreeing to sign the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration application for Federal assistance with the Centre County Industrial Development Corporation as a co-applicant
Res. 149-1993
4/8/1993
Authorizing the proper officers to execute a reimbursement agreement for 95% of the costs incurred during the design/right-of-way/construction of the bridge to be placed on T 532 over Logan Branch
Res. 153-1993
5/3/1993
Supporting the passage of the Keystone Recreation Park and Conservation Fund (Senate Bill 393)
Res. 154-1993
1993
Concurring with Pellegrini's request for additional money in the amount of $2,850 to complete the revised guidelines for the sanitary sewer plan
Res. 155-1993
1993
Accepting bid and awarding contract L/W Water of Selinsgrove to update the water system
Res. 158-1993
10/4/1993
Agreeing to regulations providing for regulating of basic cable television rates
Res. 159-1993
11/1/1993
Submitting application to the U.S. Department of Agriculture for funding of grant to install a Timber Bridge on TR 425, Coalhouse Road
Res. 163-1993
12/6/1993
Looking to the Township employees to help share in health care insurance costs if there are significant health care costs to the Township during 1994 and succeeding years
Res. 165-1993
12/6/1993
Entering into a contract with the Centre County 911 program
Res. 166-1993
12/6/1993
Loaning the State Fund (Liquid Fuel Account) $43,020 at no interest for the purchase of a 1994 International Dump Truck
Res. 167-1993
12/6/1993
Giving conditional approval of the Spring Township Act 537 plan
Res. 168-1993
12/6/1993
Authorizing the Department of Community Affairs to assist in conducting a study of law enforcement services in the Township of Spring in conjunction with certain neighboring municipalities for the purpose of determining the feasibility of cooperative police services
Res. 169-1993
12/6/1993
Submitting an application to the U.S. Department of Justice for Drug Control and System Improvement Discretion Grant program
Res. 170-1993
12/6/1993
Authorizing the payment of necessary bills of the Township in December, 1993
Res. 176-1994
1994
Supporting the design and request of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Transportation regarding the on ramp and off ramp near the Centre County Vo-Tech School and Township Road TR-430
Res. 178-1994
4/4/1994
Supporting several specified projects as listed in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Transportation Twelve Year Plan
Res. 179-1994
4/4/1994
Not supporting any delays to and any legal action to remove the temporary ban on trucks in the Route 144 corridor until a relocated Benner Pike is completed
Res. 180-1994
1994
Towing service
Res. 183-1994
6/20/1994
Entering a grant application with the Department of Environmental Resources Bureau of Waste Management to fund a self contained leaf collector with chamber and vehicle
Res. 184-1994
6/20/1994
Authorizing the Bellefonte Borough Chief of police to make application for a grant to obtain Motorola police radios
Res. 185-1994
6/20/1994
Opening and keeping a bank account at the First National Bank of Centre Hall
Res. 186-1994
7/5/1994
Authorizing the execution of a reimbursement agreement with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for the reimbursement to the Township of 95% of the costs incurred during the design/right-of-way/construction of the bridge to be replaced on T 532 over Logan Branch
Res. 187-1994
8/1/1994
Renting a trailer as a police office during the renovation of the offices of Spring Township
Res. 188-1994
8/1/1994
Extending the term of the agricultural security district another 7 years, until September 14, 2001
Ord. 1-1995
1/3/1995
Authorizing the Township to join other local governmental units as settlor of the Pennsylvania Local Government Investment Trust for the purpose of purchasing shares of the trust
Res. 197-1995
1/3/1995
Approving rates for rental of Township equipment for the year 1995
Res. 198-1995
1/3/1995
Approving holidays for the Township employees for the year 1995
Res. 199-1995
1/3/1995
Approving employee attendance at meetings, seminars, schooling and mileage for the year 1995
Res. 200-1995B
2/6/1995
Approving bidding the maintenance facility, 4-bay garage
Res. 201-1995
2/6/1995
Authorizing the taking of any necessary steps to secure a loan and local banks
Res. 207-1995
3/6/1995
Urging the Pennsylvania General Assembly to save the Township's taxpayers unnecessary costs by repealing the Prevailing Wage Act or by making its provisions optional for local governments
Ord. 96-1995
4/3/1995
Implementing an agreement with the Townships of College, Ferguson and Harris, the Borough of State College and the Pennsylvania State University with joinder of the Township of Spring, providing for intermunicipal police cooperation by granting authority to officers in the other municipality, when performing duties in other municipalities, in establishing procedures for the police departments of each municipality to render aid and assistance to one another in implementing the Drug Task Force Agreement
Res. 210-1995
5/1/1995
Eliminating the need for member contributions to the police pension fund for the year 1995
Res. 212-1995
6/5/1995
Approving the Township's share of local funds for the replacement of the bridge at Axemann over TR 425
Res. 213-1995
7/3/1995
Proceeding to get estimates for updating and recodification of the ordinances for Spring Township
Res. 215-1995
11/6/1995
Declaring that snow removal for Lots #28, #29 and #30 will be performed by Walker Township
Res. 216-1995
11/6/1995
Recognizing Smeltzer's Garage, Richard and Nancy Smeltzer for 25 years of dedication and professional service in servicing the Township equipment
Res. 217-1995
11/6/1995
Recommending no need for any contributions by members of the Police Department or the Spring Township Supervisors during 1996
Res. 219-1996
1/2/1996
Any member of the Board of Supervisors may attend any meeting(s), schooling in the best interest of Spring Township for the year 1996
Res. 220-1996
1996
Sam Markle recognition
Res. 221-1995
1995
Fire Police Association Mutual aid agreement
Res. 224-1996
2/5/1996
Supporting the HealthSouth Nittany Valley Rehabilitation Hospital 16 bed skilled nursing unit
Res. 229-1996
4/1/1996
Approving submission of the Act 537 Sewer Facilities Plan "update" to the Department of Environmental Resources for approval
Res. 230-1996
4/1/1996
Authorizing the submission of the "Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP)
Res. 233-1996
7/1/1996
Accepting the bid of PNC Bank for a $250,000 loan
Res. 234-1996
9/3/1996
Accepting the resignation of Robert Chubb as a representative of the Spring Benner Walker Joint Authority
Res. 235-1996
9/3/1996
Granting permission to Bellefonte YMCA to hold a 10K Railroad Race on October 6, 1996
Res. 237-1996
9/3/1996
Withdrawing the present rental rate for the use of the Township building and resolving to set a new rate by January 1, 1997
Res. 238-1996
9/3/1996
Supporting the request by the Bellefonte Area School Board for an increase of school crossing guard for the 11:00 a.m. arrival and noon dismissal
Res. 239-1996
9/3/1996
Authorizing the placement of a handicap parking sign at 719 W. Water Street for the current resident
Res. 241-1996
9/3/1996
Authorizing the transfer of said contribution of Ronald W. Tressler, Sr., from the Police Pension Fund in the amount of $5,029.57 plus interest
Res. 243-1996
10/7/1996
Resolving that all matters to be placed on the agenda for the monthly meetings must be in prior to 48 hours of the said scheduled meeting
Res. 245-1996
11/4/1996
Appointing Sweetland Engineering to perform all design, construction and inspection for the replacing of Logan Branch Bridge on TR-425 - LR144 in the Village of Axemann
Res. 250-1997
2/3/1997
Tax collection payments for 1998 until 2002 to be in compliance with the State law of elected tax collectors
Ord. 98-03
2/2/1998
Authorizing Centre Area Transportation Authority (CATA) to provide transit service for the public between Spring Township and other localities served by CATA Center Line
Ord. 98-09
11/2/1998
Approving a Municipal Drug Task Force Agreement between the Office of the Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Bureau of Narcotics, Investigation and Drug Control and other municipalities within the Municipal Drug Task Force area
Ord. 99-03
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Allowing any said Police officer(s) of the Spring Township Police Department to enter into an agreement to purchase Military Buy Back time for that said period of time that they were on active or enlisted duty in any branch of the U.S. Armed Services, for securing time in years of service in the department toward years of service to retire under Act 600
Res. 01-2001
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Approving the amended pretreatment ordinance of Bellefonte Borough
Res. 04-2001
6/4/2001
Expanding Spring Township Police Department from five full-time officers to six full-time officers
Res. 06-2001
6/4/2001
Accepting the street names, costs for signage and determining sign colors for the 911 Addressing Project
Res. 07-2001
6/4/2001
Approving a conditional use telecommunications tower
Res. 08-2001
8/6/2001
Designating liability and responsibility for tree(s) within the Township right-of-way to the property owner(s)
Res. 09-2001
10/1/2001
Supporting the development of an Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement for Multi-Municipal Planning among the municipal governments located in the Nittany Valley Planning Region
Res. 01-2002
1/2/2002
Removing John H. Auman as a signatore and adding Terry Perryman and Frank Royer as signatores for the Township's account at Citizen's Bank
Res. 04-2002
1/7/2002
Supporting the expansion of the Centre Region Metropolitan Planning Organization to a County-wide organization
Res. 05-2002
1/7/2002
Authorizing mileage and expenses for meetings, seminars and training
Res. 06-2002
3/4/2002
Transferring the Police Pension Financial Investor from M&T Bank to Weinken Associates; removing John Allman as the contact person and naming Terry Perryman as the new contact person
Res. 07-2002
3/4/2002
Approving the Police Pension Plan Trust Agreement update
Res. 08-2002
3/4/2002
Supporting the MPO expansion
Res. 09-2002
3/4/2002
Resolving to share the cost of a traffic signal 50/50 between Spring Township and Benner Township
Res. 10-2002
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Eliminating member contributions to the Police Pension Plan for the years 1999, 2000 and 2001
Res. 13-2002
8/5/2002
Authorizing Credit Union membership
Res. 14-2002
10/10/2002
Applying for a grant through the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for the Pleasant Gap Rail Trail project
Res. 15-2002
11/4/2002
Adopting the Five Year Road Program
Res. 01-2003
1/6/2003
Authorizing mileage and expenses for meetings, seminars and training
Res. 05-2003
5/5/2003
Amending the major medical contract with Geisinger Medical Plan to allow employees who work 25 hours or more per week year round to be eligible
Res. 06-2003
5/5/2003
Adopting the Emergency Operations Plan of Spring Township
Res. 07-2003
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Authorizing quitclaim deeds from the Township to Timothy S. Deibler, Thomas C. and Carol J. Shuey, Dwight C. Smith and Margaret L. Horner, for an unopened portion of Second Street and a portion of an unnamed 20-foot wide alley in Noll's addition to Pleasant Gap and a portion of Centre Street in the Kel-Aire Acres Subdivision of Pleasant Gap
Res. 18-2003
1/5/2004
Providing for preapproval for attendance to any meetings, seminars and schooling for 2004 and mileage expenses
Res. 08-2004
3/1/2004
Accepting Spring Township Police Department hiring procedure
Res. 09-2004
5/3/2004
Setting the Township Manager compensation and fixing amount of bond
Res. 19-2004
9/6/2004
Adopting the Nittany Valley Joint Comprehensive Plan of 2004
Res. 20-2004
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Adopting and placing into immediate effect the Centre County Hazard Mitigation Plan
Res. 21-2004
10/4/2004
Approving the purchase of a truck on the "Piggyback" program
Res. 23-2004
11/1/2004
Approving the Cellular Phone Policy
Res. 01-2005
1/3/2005
Requiring preapproval for attendance to any meetings, seminars and schooling for 2005 and mileage expense
Res. 03-2005
1/3/2005
Setting the Township Manager compensation
Res. 04-2005
2/7/2005
Eliminating member contributions to the Police Pension Plan for years 2002, 2003 and 2004
Res. 05-2005
2/7/2005
Adding Township Manager as trustee on the Police Pension Fund
Res. 06-2005
3/7/2005
Establishing Spring Township hourly rates to be charged the Spring Township Water Authority
Ord. 2005-03
4/4/2005
Adopting the Nittany Valley Regional Comprehensive Plan Implementation Agreement
Res. 07-2005
4/4/2005
Agreeing to properly dispose of Township records/files that are dated prior to 1998
Res. 08-2005
5/5/2005
Supporting the formation of conforming zoning ordinances under the direction of the Centre County Planning Office
Res. 10-2005
7/5/2005
Authorizing the submission of an application to the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development for Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2005 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) competitive funds
Res. 11-2005
7/5/2005
Adopting a policy regarding nonviolent civil rights demonstrations
Res. 12-2005
7/5/2005
Receiving funds from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in accordance with the Community Development Block Grant Program
Res. 13-2005
7/5/2005
Printing and publicizing the fair housing information through local media and community contracts
Res. 15-2005
10/3/2005
Adopting a policy for placement of school bus stop ahead signs
Res. 19-2005
12/5/2005
Honoring and recognizing John Miller, Jr., Esquire for his exemplary service as Township Solicitor
Res. 01-2006
1/1/2006
Eliminating member contributions to the Police Pension Plan for years 2005 and 2006
Res. 02-2006
1/3/2006
Appointing William H. MacMath as Township Manager and setting compensation
Res. 03-2006
1/3/2006
Agreeing to use Citizen's Bank, M & T Bank, PNC Bank, Unita's Bank, PSECU, Omega Bank, Northwest Savings Bank, and Jersey Shore Bank as depositories and/or any other bank/financial institution in the best interest of Spring Township
Res. 04-2006
4/3/2006
Entering into a joint agreement as a participating municipality to apply for a grant from the PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (PA DCNR) and, if the grant is approved, conduct a peer-to-peer feasibility study on cooperating for municipal parks and community recreation programs, and to create a joint study committee for that study
Res. 10-2006
6/5/2006
Donating $30,000 to the Pleasant Gap Fire Company Building Fund for construction of the new Emergency Services Building
Res. 11-2006
7/3/2006
Authorizing the Chairman and Secretary to execute a Mutual Aid Agreement between Centre County, the Boroughs of Bellefonte and State College and the Townships of Ferguson, Patton and Spring
Res. 12-2006
7/3/2006
Authorizing PennDOT to proceed with the design and to file an application with the PA Utility Commission on behalf of Spring Township for the safety of the public using TR-432 Witherite Road the need for railroad crossing devices at this location
Ord. 2006-02
8/7/2006
Authorizing the Board of Supervisors to execute a Mutual Aid Agreement between Centre County, the Boroughs of Bellefonte and State College and the Townships of Ferguson, Patton and Spring
Res. 17-2006
10/2/2006
Adopting the National Incident Management System (NIMS)
Res. 18-2006
10/2/2006
Amending the Official Nittany Valley Region Comprehensive Plan
Res. 01-2007
2/5/2007
Appointing Parente Randolph, Certified Public Accountant, to make an examination of all accounts of the Township of Spring for the fiscal year 2006
Res. 02-2007
1/2/2007
Appointing William H. MacMath as Township Manager and setting compensation
Res. 04-2007
1/2/2007
Agreeing to use Citizen's Bank, M & T Bank, PNC Bank, Unita's Bank, PSECU, Omega Bank, Northwest Savings Bank, and Jersey Shore Bank as depositories and/or any other bank/financial institution
Res. 05-2007
1/2/2007
Authorizing the Treasurer to pay invoices prior to the regular meetings
Res. 07-2007
2/5/2007
Eliminating member contributions to the Police Pension Plan for year 2007
Res. 10-2007
4/2/2007
Desiring to participate in an intermunicipal, cooperative project to determine the physical and structural requirements and the financial capability to rehabilitate and sustain the existing Kepler Pool
Ord. 2007-04
9/4/2007
Adopting the agreement for the Spring Creek Watershed Commission
Res. 16-2007
10/1/2007
Approving changes to the Personnel Policy Manual for the nonuniformed employees as submitted
Ord. 2007-07
12/3/2007
Approving and authorizing the execution of an intergovernmental agreement to establish, fund, and maintain a joint centralized booking program by Centre County
Res. 19-2007
12/3/2007
Police Department Taser Policy
Res. 01-2008
1/7/2008
Township Manager compensation
Res. 02-2008
3/3/2008
SBWJA amendment to articles of incorporation increasing term of existence of the Authority
Res. 04-2008
4/7/2008
Act 600 eliminating police pension funding member contribution
Res. 07-2008
7/7/2008
Support of East Brunswick Township
Res. 08-2008
7/7/2008
DCNR grant application
Res. 09-2008
9/2/2008
Install and operate traffic signals on Rte. 550 and 199 North Bound ramps
Res. 10-2008
9/2/2008
Install and operate traffic signals on Rte. 550 and Buckaroo Lane
Res. 11-2008
9/2/2008
Install and operate traffic signals on Rte. 550 and 199 South Bound ramps
Res. 14-2008
12/1/2008
Pretreatment
Res. 01-2009
1/5/2009
Open records policy
Res. 03-2009
1/5/2009
Township Manager compensation
Res. 04-2009
2/2/2009
Act 600-police pension funding
Res. 05-2009
2/2/2009
Creation of a detective/sergeant position
Res. 06-2009
5/4/2009
EMS week May 17-23
Res. 09-2009
8/3/2009
Spring Township pension plan 5-year asset smoothing
Ord. 2009-05
10/5/2009
Approving and authorizing the execution of an intergovernmental agreement adopting a police mutual aid agreement
Res. 08-2009
10/5/2009
Dots grants online reporting system
Res. 10-2009
11/2/2009
Pretreatment resolution
Res. 13-2009
12/7/2009
Police-media relations policy
Res. 01-2010
1/4/2010
Township Manager compensation
Res. 02-2010
5/3/2010
Amendment to Ag Security Area
Ord. 2010-04
6/7/2010
Approving and authorizing the execution of an intergovernmental agreement adopting the fire protection services agreement
Res. 04-2010
7/6/2010
Opposition to forced local government mergers and consolidations
Res. 05-2010
10/4/2010
Centre County Hazard Mitigation Plan
Res. 01-2011
1/3/2011
Township Manager compensation
Res. 04-2011
2/7/2011
Establish term limits for authority, boards and commissions
Res. 05-2011
2/7/2011
Liquor license transfer from Philipsburg to Spring Township
Res. 06-2011
4/4/2011
Local government week
Res. 08-2011
5/2/2011
EMS week
Res. 09-2011
6/6/2011
Police-motor vehicle pursuits
Res. 10-2011
6/6/2011
CATA agreement 2011-2012
Res. 11-2011
8/1/2011
Appointing Township Manager as C.A.O. of both pension plans
Res. 13-2011
9/6/2011
Traffic safety network
Res. 12-2011
9/6/2011
Spring Township Police Department standard for equipment, dress code and appearance standard issued equipment and uniform
Res. 15-2011
12/5/2011
Tobacco free parks and playgrounds
Res. 01-2012
1/3/2012
Township Manager compensation
Ord. 2012-02
3/5/2012
Approving the intergovernmental agreement for police records management system
Res. 02-2012
4/2/2012
Prevailing wage reform
Res. 03-2012
4/2/2012
Flashing light-school zone
Res. 04-2012
5/7/2012
Non-uniform pension plan
Res. 10-2012
10/1/2012
Appointment of Assistant Treasurer and Assistant Secretary
Ord. 2013-01
3/4/2013
Signifying the desire and intention of the municipal authorities of the Township of Spring, to organize a joint municipal authority together with the Borough of Bellefonte and the Townships of Benner and Walker
Res. 02-2013
3/4/2013
Adopting and entering the Order of Adjudication attached to the Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and discussion issued by the Board of Supervisors in this matter, based upon consideration of the charges issued against Chief David King, and the entire record developed in connection with these proceedings pursuant to the Police Tenure Act. The 40 hour suspension of Chief David King is affirmed
Res. 03-2013
6/3/2013
Urging the general assembly to free our taxpayers from the undue fiscal burden placed on them by the Pennsylvania Prevailing Wage Act of 1961
Res. 04-2013
6/3/2013
Amending the Spring Township Non-Uniform Pension Plan that any employees hired after June 3, 2013, are not eligible to participate in said pension plan
Res. 05-2013
5/6/2013
Certifying provision of local match for State Operating Financial Assistance
Res. 06-2013
7/1/2013
Authorizing PennDot to proceed with the design of a railroad crossing warning device at TR 434 Fiedler Road and to file an application with the PA Utility Commission on behalf of Spring Township
Res. 07-2013
7/1/2013
Authorizing exemptions, deductions, abatements and credits for real property, earned income tax, net profits, mercantile and business privilege taxes within a specific geographic area in Spring Township designated as a proposed Keystone Opportunity Expansion Zone ("KOEZ"), in order to foster economic opportunities, stimulate industrial, commercial, and residential improvements and prevent physical and infrastructure deterioration within areas of Spring Township
Res. 09-2013
5/6/2013
Authorizing and directing Terry Perryman, Chairman to sign a grant on behalf of the Township
Res. 02-2014
5/5/2014
Evaluating of the solving of the funds, that were administered by Wienken Associates, funding for the years 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 does not require any contributions, and that no member of the staff of the Spring Township Police Department need or are not required to make any financial contribution to the said Pension Plan under Act 600 for the above listed years
Res. 03-2014
7/7/2014
Authorizing and directing Terry Perryman, Chairman to sign a grant on behalf of the Township
Res. 05-2014
9/2/2014
Restating approval counterpart of Spring Township approving amended and restated Declaration of Trust Pension Trust
Res. 06-2014
9/2/2014
Restating approval counterpart of Spring Township approving amended and restated Declaration of Trust Health Insurance Trust
Res. 08-2014
10/6/2014
Desiring to participate in PennDOT's e-Permitting enhancement for municipalities and local Planning Commissions
Res. 12-2014
12/1/2014
Approving assessment settlement with CLS, School District and the County
Ord. 2014-03
1/5/2015
Participating in the Pennsylvania Municipalities Unemployment Compensation Group Trust pursuant to the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation Law
Ord. 2014-04
1/5/2015
Participating in the Pennsylvania Municipalities Pension Trust Pursuant to the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation Law
Ord. 2015-02
4/6/2015
Authorizing participation of Spring Township in the PA Township's Health Insurance Cooperative Trust pursuant to the PA Intergovernmental Cooperation Law