Borough of Springdale, PA
Allegheny County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of Springdale as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
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Editor's Note: By Ord. No. 773, adopted 1-3-1961, the Borough of Springdale authorized the entry into an agreement, known as the "1961 Service Agreement," with the Allegheny Valley Joint Sewage Authority and the Borough of Cheswick, the Township of Springdale and the Township of Harmar. By Ord. No. 812, adopted 12-12-1962, the Borough of Springdale authorized the cancellation of the 1961 Service Agreement and the entry into a new agreement to be called the "1962 Service Agreement." These agreements deal with the construction and operation of trunk and interceptor sewer lines, pumping stations, a force main and ejector station and a sanitary sewage treatment and disposal plant.
[Adopted 5-5-1959 by Ord. No. 728(Ch. 24 of the 1969 Code)]
The Council of the Borough of Springdale hereby signifies its intention and desire to organize jointly, with the Borough of Cheswick, the Township of Springdale and the Township of Harmar, an authority under the provisions of Municipal Authorities Act of May 2, 1945, P.L. 382, as amended.[1]
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Editor's Note: See now 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 5601 et seq.
In pursuance of said desire and intention and in conformity with the terms and provisions of said Municipal Authorities Act and its amendments, the Mayor, President of Council and the Borough Secretary are hereby authorized and directed to execute, on behalf of the Borough of Springdale, Articles of Incorporation for said authority, providing, among other things:
A. 
That the name of the authority shall be the Allegheny Valley Joint Sewage Authority.
B. 
The Authority is formed under the Act of May 2, 1945. P.L. 382, as amended.
C. 
No other authority has been organized under the provisions of this Act or the Act approved the 28th day of June 1935, P.L. 463,[1] and is in existence within any of the above incorporating municipalities.
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Editor's Note: See now 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 5601 et seq.
D. 
The names of the incorporating municipalities are the Borough of Springdale, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania; the Borough of Cheswick, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania; the Township of Harmar, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania; and the Township of Springdale, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. Names and addresses of the municipal authorities of said incorporating municipalities are as follows:
Springdale Borough
Louis S. LeFevre, President
710 Lincoln Avenue, Springdale
Cyril C. Vidra, Councilman
416 Vechman Street, Springdale
John S. Zilla, Councilman
439 Willow Street, Springdale
Frank P. Scholtz, Councilman
203 James Street, Springdale
Paul H. Scholtz, Councilman
810 Pittsburgh Street, Springdale
Michael Cariss, Councilman
1051 Keene Street, Springdale
Joseph E. Thomas, Councilman
486 Walnut Street, Springdale
George H. Stoup, Burgess
407 Colfax Street, Springdale
Charles W. Remaley, Jr., Borough Secretary
139 North Street, Springdale
Anthony M. Cicco, Treasurer
849 Pittsburgh Street, Springdale
Cheswick Borough
Donald D. Heasley, President of Council
107 Allegheny Avenue, Cheswick
Francis X. MeCulloch, Councilman
1528 Beech Street, Cheswick
Earl C. Freeman, Councilman
Sherman Street, Cheswick
William A. Johnston, Councilman
1621 Beech Street, Cheswick
Charles E. Hill, Councilman
406 Pillow Avenue, Cheswick
Edward J. Soentgen, Councilman
204 Hill Avenue, Cheswick
Emanuel J. Stotler, Jr., Councilman
1541 Linden Street, Cheswick
George R. Anthony, Borough Secretary
201 S. Highland Avenue, Cheswick
George W. Stonis, Burgess
1406 Fairmont Avenue, Cheswick
Charles M. Borland, Treasurer
1309 Beech Street, Cheswick
Harmar Township
Joseph Yohman, Jr., President
505 Campbell Run Road, Pgh. 38
Edward Tabish, Secretary-Treasurer
118 Acme Street, Cheswick
Frank Kozlowski, Supervisor
Clyde Avenue Ext., Cheswick
Springdale Township
Henry C. Arch, Chairman
Orchard Street, Harwick, Pa.
Joseph Prasnikar, Commissioner
172 Hillside Avenue, Harwick, Pa.
Louis Gagliardi, Commissioner
Height Road, Harwick, Pa.
Robert Mantelone, Commissioner
William Street, Springdale, Pa.
John Lapato, Commissioner
William Street, Springdale, Pa.
Joseph Wilkosz, Secretary
75 Isabelle Street, Harwick, Pa.
Joseph Kratochvil, Treasurer
Center Street, Harwick, Pa.
E. 
The names and addresses, and their terms of office, of the first members of the Board of said Authority are as follows:
Michael R. Watts
200 Walters Lane
Springdale, Pa.
Five years from Jan. 1, 1960
Springdale Borough
Frank L. Piontek, Jr.
Pillow Avenue
Cheswick, Pa.
Four years from Jan. 1, 1960
Springdale Township
Hudson W. McDonough
1531 Beech Street
Cheswick, Pa.
Three years from Jan. 1, 1960
Cheswick Borough
John J. Yute
113 School Avenue
Cheswick, Pa.
Two years from Jan. 1, 1960
Harmar Township
Charles W. Remaley, Jr.
139 North Street
Springdale, Pa.
One year from Jan. 1, 1960
Springdale Borough
All of whom reside in and are citizens of either the Borough of Springdale, the Borough of Cheswick or the Townships of Harmar and Springdale.
F. 
The members of the Board of said Authority shall be five in number and they shall be apportioned as follows:
(1) 
For the first year, the Borough of Springdale, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, shall appoint a member for five years and a member for one year; the Township of Springdale, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, shall appoint a member for four years; the Borough of Cheswick, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, shall appoint a member for a term of three years; the Township of Harmar, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, shall appoint a member for a term of two years, and thereafter each year the township or Borough whose appointed term shall have one year to run shall appoint a member for a term of five years.
(2) 
Each member of the Board shall be appointed by the municipality which he is to represent on said Board. The term of office of any members of the term to be appointed, to succeed any first members of the Board, shall be for a period of five years.
Michael R. Watts and Charles W. Remaley, Jr., are hereby appointed by the Borough of Springdale for the terms of five years from January 1, 1960, and one year from January 1, 1960, respectively.
The proper officers of the Borough are hereby directed, as required by the Municipality Authorities Act of May 2, 1945, P.L. 382, as amended,[1] to publish notice of this chapter; and, on the day upon which said Articles of Incorporation will be filed with the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; to file Articles of Incorporation, together with the ordinance authorizing the incorporation of the Authority and the necessary proofs of publication, with the Secretary of the Commonwealth; and to do all things necessary or appropriate to effect the incorporation of the Allegheny Valley Joint Sewage Authority.
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Editor's Note: See now 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 5601 et seq.