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Township of Shaler, PA
Allegheny County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Commissioners of the Township of Shaler 7-10-1979 by Ord. No. 1470. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Municipal authorities — See Ch. 5, Art. I.
Intergovernmental agreements — See Ch. 24.
Local government investment trust — See Ch. 29.
Intergovernmental police assistance — See Ch. 40, Art. II.
In accordance with the provisions of Act No. 180 of 1972, 53 P.S. § 481 et seq.,[1] the Township of Shaler hereby joins with the other participating members in the existing unincorporated association known as the "North Hills Council of Governments," in the formation of a Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation to be known as the "North Hills Council of Governments, Inc.," and the person presently designated as the representative of the Township of Shaler is hereby authorized to execute Articles of Incorporation for the formation of said corporation.
[1]
Editor's Note: See now 53 Pa.C.S.A. § 2301 et seq.; Act No. 180 of 1972 was repealed by Act No. 177 of 1996, the Intergovernmental Cooperation Act.
The purpose of the corporation shall be as set forth in the present bylaws of the existing unincorporated association known as the "North Hills Council of Governments" and also for the purpose of acquiring and owning both real and personal property, applying for and receiving moneys in the form of grants or loans, applying for self-insuring Worker's Compensation Act of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,[1] covering those members desiring to join in such application, and also for such other lawful purposes as may in the future be desirable in order to carry on the intergovernmental cooperation aims of the corporation.
[1]
Editor's Note: See 77 P.S. § 1 et seq.
The term for which the corporation is to exist is perpetual, but member communities may join and withdraw from the corporation as set forth in the bylaws of the existing unincorporated association known as the "North Hills Council of Governments."
The North Hills Council of Governments, Inc., shall be financed by annual dues paid by member municipalities and by funds obtained by the corporation from public or private sources.
The organizational structure of the corporation and the manner in which real or personal property shall be acquired, managed or disposed of shall be as set forth in the bylaws of the existing unincorporated association known as the "North Hills Council of Governments."
No action taken by the North Hills Council of Governments, Inc., which creates a legal obligation, whether it be contractual, financial or otherwise, upon a member municipality, shall be binding upon the municipality unless and until its legislative body ordains, resolves or otherwise approves the actions recommended by the corporation in accordance with the procedures set forth in the appropriate municipal code, charter or administrative ordinance.