[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Pittston 10-17-2018 by Res. No. 12182. Amendments noted where applicable.]
The City of Pittston is a member and participant in the PA One Call System as prescribed by Act 287, the Underground Utility Protection Act, as amended, as originally approved by Pittston City Council Resolution 9798 adopted on June 18, 2003. It is noted that Act 50 of 287 subsequently moved commonwealth enforcement of the law from the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry to the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission.
Editor's Note: See 73 P.S. § 176 et seq.
Mandatory compliance. All City Departments, boards, commissions, officers and employees shall follow all requirements of the PA One Call Act and applicable regulations.
Appropriations for compliance. The City Council shall appropriate such funds as may be required on an annual basis for membership and administrative fees required by the PA One Call system.
Street Department. The Superintendent of the City Department of Streets and Sanitation or his designee shall ensure that all PA One Call regulations are followed for all excavations undertaken by the Street Department.
Office of Code Enforcement. The Code Enforcement Officer shall ensure that all PA One Call requirements are met before issuing any excavation, construction or demolition permits that include activity covered under the PA One Call Act.
City Administrator. The City Administrator or his designee is authorized to execute all administrative agreements related to the PA One Call Act on behalf of the city.