City of Erie, PA
Erie County
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CROSS REFERENCES
Board of Health — See 3rd Class § 2301 et seq. (53 P.S. § 373.01 et seq.).
Health Officer — See 3rd Class § 2305 et seq. (53 P.S. § 373.05 et seq.).
[Ord. 72-1968 § 1, passed 12-11-1968]
The Bureau of Health of the City is hereby dissolved and the following functions thereof are hereby transferred and subjected to the jurisdiction of the Department of Health of the County of Erie, in accordance with the provisions of Act. No. 315, (Local Health Administration Law) of the Pennsylvania Legislature, as amended and supplemented.
(a) 
Administration Division, including the Erie City Health Director, two clinical physicians; a senior clerk; nursing services performed by the Visiting Nurse Association; laboratory services; public health education and dental services provided to the City of Erie parochial schools.
(b) 
Division of Communicable Diseases, including sanitarians and the Director of Environmental Sanitation.
[Ord. 72-1968 § 2, passed 12-11-1968]
The following functions of the Bureau of Health of the City are hereby retained and transferred to the Department of Public Safety, Health-Housing Division, as relating and being essential only to programs of the City's Model Cities Agency, the Redevelopment Authority of the City and the office of City Planning and Zoning:
(a) 
Division of Housing Inspection and Rodent Control and Division of Plumbing.
[Ord. 72-1968 § 3, passed 12-11-1968]
Any employee of the Bureau of Health of the City, whose position and employment with the City, are eliminated by this chapter, who shall hereafter be employed by the Department of Health of the County of Erie and who is a member of the City Retirement System, shall have the right to retain his membership in the Retirement System of the City, in accordance with the provisions of Act. No. 567 of the Pennsylvania Legislature approved May 24, 1956.