Township of Upper Chichester, PA
Delaware County
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  1. § 429-9 Adoption of property maintenance standards; copies on file.
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    ... as the International Property Maintenance Code, 2012 edition, including ... and is hereby adopted as the Property Maintenance Code of Upper Chichester ... governing the conditions and maintenance of all property, buildings and structures; by ... conditions and terms of said Property ...
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  2. § 455-5 Maintenance of privies prohibited.
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    ... Board of Health as provided by law, at the expense of the owner of such property.
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  3. § 323-6 Ventilation standards and maintenance.
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    ... which are detectable outside of the establishment beyond the property line of the establishment. In order to insure compliance with the ...
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  4. § 212-3 Standards for construction, installation, maintenance and use.
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    ... shielded from all abutting properties and traffic along the road ... any fire escape on any property required for use as ingress ... for bodily injury and/or property damage, with an umbrella ... from the installation, maintenance, use, cleaning and/or repair ...
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  5. § 490-32 Operation and maintenance (O&M) of stormwater controls and BMPs.
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    ... include a BMP operations and maintenance plan that describes how the ... and BMP operations and maintenance plan, as applicable: Map(s) ... waterlines within 50 feet of property lines of the project site; ... for operations and maintenance; The name of the project ...
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  6. § 219-5 Installation, use and maintenance.
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    The Fire Marshal shall issue rules and regulations not inconsistent with the provisions of this chapter for the implementation and administration relating to the installation, use and maintenance of carbon monoxide detectors.
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  7. § 600-37 Open space maintenance.
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    ... and regularly maintained, and such maintenance shall be performed by the following: ... have the sole responsibility for maintenance of all open spaces included within ... conveyed in fee, responsibility for maintenance of all open spaces included within ...
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  8. § 351-5 Performance of ordinary maintenance.
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    This article shall not be construed to prevent the ordinary maintenance or repair of any building or structure, where such work does not require a ...
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  9. § 600-223 Repairs and maintenance.
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    ... use becomes physically unsafe or unlawful due to lack of repairs and maintenance and is declared by the Zoning Officer to be unsafe or unlawful by reason ...
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  10. Ch 490 Attachment 6 - Appendix F, Stormwater Controls and Best Management Practices Operations and Maintenance Agreement
    ... Practices Operations and Maintenance Agreement THIS AGREEMENT, ... is the owner of certain real property as recorded by deed in the ... at Page _____, (hereinafter “Property”). WHEREAS, the Landowner is ... to build and develop the Property; and WHEREAS, the Stormwater ...
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  11. § 323-5 Construction standards and maintenance.
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    Construction standards and maintenance. Enclosures. Every public eating and drinking place, food establishment, and itinerant public ...
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  12. § 555-75 Maintenance and protection of traffic.
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    Maintenance and protection of pedestrian and vehicular traffic shall be strictly ...
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  13. § 323-7 Toilet facilities standards and maintenance.
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    Toilet facilities standards and maintenance. In all new public eating and drinking places, food establishments or itinerant public eating and ...
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  14. § 323-14 Operation and maintenance; compliance with rules and regulations.
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    ... comply with the provisions of this chapter relating to the operation and maintenance of such public eating and drinking places and/or food establishments ...
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  15. § 555-6 Street restrictions for construction, maintenance or special events.
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    ... end of the closed portion, while construction or maintenance work is underway or a special event is being ... area upon any street where construction or maintenance work is under way and to station flagmen at each ...
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  16. § 429-17 Certificates required for sale of property.
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    No person, firm, partnership, corporation, or other entity, or agent for a person, firm, partnership, corporation, or other entity, shall sell or permit to be sold any improved property without first obtaining a certificate of occupancy from Upper Chichester Township as hereinafter set forth below.
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  17. § 428-4 Actions against property owners and responsible parties.
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    ... the owner of any real property that is in serious violation ... a condition which causes the property to be regarded as a public ... assets of an owner of real property that is in serious violation ... against the owner of the property for an adjudication under ... limited partners who provide property management services to the ...
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  18. § 428-6 Conflict with other provisions; inherited property.
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    ... Relief for inherited property. Where property is inherited by will or ... devisee's or heir's other properties to asset attachment or denial ... approvals on other on other properties owned by the devisee or heir.
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  19. § 164-14 Animal defecation on public and private property restricted.
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    ... public park or public area, or upon any private property other than the property of the owner of such animal.
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  20. 244-7{5} PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
    The managing of real property for others by a company which provides services including collecting rents, renting, awarding structural and nonstructural maintenance contracts and supervising repairs, alterations, or rehabilitation.
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  21. 600-9{61} HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATION
    A nonprofit organization comprised of homeowners or property owners, planned and operated under approved rules and regulations, for the purpose of administering the needs of residents through the maintenance of community-owned property and facilities.
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  22. Ch 429 Property Maintenance
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    ... where applicable.] GENERAL REFERENCES Blighted Property Review Committee — See Ch. 15 . Damaged ... — See Ch. 417 , Art. I . Blighted and vacant properties — See Ch. 428 . Abandoned refrigerators — See ...
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  23. 428-3{9} PUBLIC NUISANCE
    ... nuisance in accordance with the International Property Maintenance Code as adopted in Chapter 429 , Property Maintenance, Article II , Adoption of Standards, or as ...
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  24. 428-3{3} CODE
    A building, housing, property maintenance, fire, health or other public safety ordinance enacted by a municipality. The term does not include a subdivision and land development ordinance or a zoning ordinance enacted by a municipality.
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  25. § 490-34 Adherence to plans.
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    ... stormwater control and BMP operations and maintenance plan or to allow the property to remain in a condition which does not conform ... stormwater control and BMP operations and maintenance plan.
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  26. 428-3{11} SERIOUS VIOLATION
    ... under Upper Chichester Township's Property Maintenance Code adopted by Ordinance No. 456; ... Section 304 of the 2009 ICC Property Maintenance Code adopted by Ordinance No. 631, ... successor statute, regulations or Property Maintenance Code. Editor's Note: See also Ch. ...
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  27. § 429-23 Eligibility for certificate of occupancy.
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    ... electrical, zoning, health and safety, fire or fire prevention, minimum housing standards, and property maintenance.
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  28. § 490-36 Stormwater management easements.
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    ... easements shall be provided to the municipality by the applicant or property owner for access for inspections and maintenance, the preservation of stormwater runoff conveyance, infiltration, and ...
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  29. § 334-3 Fill or grading permit required.
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    ... than normal gardening, lawn maintenance, etc.) no person, firm or ... any other public or private property. No person shall deposit or ... ditch or on the owner's property. No person shall place any fill on his property without first securing a ... of damage to other property, personal injury or any ...
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  30. § 490-43 Right of entry.
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    ... may enter at reasonable times upon any property within the municipality to inspect the implementation, condition, or operation and maintenance of the stormwater controls or BMPs in regard to ... from such stormwater control or BMP. If the property owner or representative does not grant access to ...
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  31. 429-16{5} IMPROVED PROPERTY
    Any property containing residential or accessory structure improvements.
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  32. § 244-31 Duties of licensees.
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    ... condemned or fire-damaged property. Should any licensee be ... condemned or fire-damaged property. All licensees shall be ... and debris from the property. No liquid cleanup is ... industrial and/or commercial properties shall be done in a manner ... A of the International Property ...
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  33. § 523-28 Levy of tax.
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    ... services; road construction and/or maintenance; reduction of property taxes; or property tax relief through implementation of ... 85, Subch. F (relating to homestead property exclusion). The Township of Upper ...
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  34. § DL-1 Disposition of legislation.
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    ... for 2003 NCM 604 2-13-2003 Property maintenance: adoption of standards ... 11-10-2005 Acquisition of property: drainage easements NCM 623 ... Ch. 26 631 2-8-2007 Property maintenance: adoption of standards ... Ord. No. 678 667 8-11-2011 Property maintenance: adoption of standards ...
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  35. § 600-98 Common open space.
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    ... 40% of the total area of the property shall be designated as and ... section and which minimizes maintenance costs. Performance bond. ... facilities. Ownership and maintenance of common open space. ... of public use and the future maintenance of the easement. Condominium ...
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  36. § 417-5 Violations and penalties.
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    Any person, legal entity, property owner, lessee or tenant, including but not limited to the keeper of all parties connected with the maintenance of the disorderly house, and all parties patronizing or frequenting same, ...
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  37. § 600-179 Homeowners' association.
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    ... rata share, then a lien against an individual property may be made in accordance with the provisions for ... The association shall be responsible for maintenance of insurance and taxes on open space. The ... of its Board and changes to any of its maintenance agreements, contracts or ability to maintain said ...
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  38. Budgets — (Uncategorized) — 2018 — 2018 Budget
    ... 859,720,850 REVENUE Real Property Taxes Real Estate Taxes - ... Licenses 500.00 Vacant Property Registration 6,750.00 ... Plan Review 2,500.00 Vacant Property Maintenance 750.00 Board ups 500.00 ... Service Agreements 10,000.00 Maintenance & Repairs - Bldg 35,000.00 ...
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  39. 500-33{8} MAINTENANCE
    Work of a minor nature that will keep an existing condition from failure or decline.
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  40. § 490-11 General requirements.
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    ... of § 490-14 to ensure maintenance of the natural hydrologic ... discharge onto adjacent property shall not be altered in any ... written permission, and a maintenance access agreement with, the affected property owner(s). Such discharge ... and discharged onto adjacent property, the applicant must document ...
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  41. Budgets — (Uncategorized) — 2017 — 2017 Budget
    ... 859,070,883 Revenue Real Property Taxes Real Estate Taxes - ... taxes-pilot 28,186.22 Real Property Taxes 4,452,592.77 Local ... Licenses 500.00 Vacant Property Registration 6,750.00 ... Service Agreements 10,500.00 Maintenance & Repairs - Bldg 25,000.00 ... 2017 ACCOUNT NAME BUDGET Maintenance & Repair Vehicles 15,000.00 ...
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  42. § 274-3 Insurance.
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    ... to damage caused to any street or other public property owned by the Township by reason of the placement, maintenance, or use of the any item as defined in § 274-1 ... in § 274-1 above is placed solely on private property, a certificate of liability insurance will not be ...
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  43. 484-23{10} MULTIFAMILY HOUSING PROPERTIES
    Any properties having more than four dwelling units per structure.
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  44. Budgets — (Uncategorized) — 2016 — 2016 Budget
    ... 858,836,130 Revenue Real Property Taxes Real Estate Taxes - ... taxes-pilot 28,478.23 Real Property Taxes 4,440,740.23 Local ... Licenses 1,000.00 Vacant Property Registration 6,500.00 ... 6,500.00 Bank Charges 500.00 Maintenance & Repairs - Bldg 25,000.00 ... 6,000.00 Postage 250.00 Maintenance & Repair Vehicles 15,000.00 ...
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  45. Ch 490 Art VII Maintenance Responsibilities
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    Maintenance Responsibilities
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  46. § 500-40 Construction standards.
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    ... sidewalk or other public property in order to perform any ... Township of Upper Chichester property in the right-of-way, the ... restore such right-of-way or property within 10 business days, ... the safety of persons or property within the Township of Upper Chichester. All operating, maintenance, construction and repair ...
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  47. § 490-6 Exemptions.
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    ... public health, safety, and property. An exemption shall not ... protect health, safety, and property. For example: If a property owner proposes a ... management ordinance, that property owner would be exempted from ... If, at a later date, the property owner proposes to construct a ...
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  48. Budgets — (Uncategorized) — 2015 — 2015 Budget
    ... 865,445,798.00 REVENUE Real Property Taxes Real Estate Taxes - ... Licenses 150.00 Vacant Property Registration 2,000.00 ... Bank Charges 3,500.00 Maintenance & Repairs - Bldg 20,000.00 ... 15,000.00 Postage 250.00 Maintenance & Repair Vehicles 15,000.00 ... Animal Control 7,000.00 Maintenance & Repair Bldg 5,000.00 ...
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  49. 429-1A{1} LESSEE
    Owner for the purpose of this article when the lessor holds the lessee responsible for maintenance and repairs.
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  50. 548-1A{1} LESSEE
    Owner for the purpose of this chapter when the lessor holds the lessee responsible for maintenance and repairs.
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  51. Agendas — Board of Commissioners Meeting — 2016 — December 2016
    ... – This Section requires all property owners to install, construct and ... sidewalk and curbing along such property abutting any street pursuant to SLDO ... of Health ,Planning Commission, Property Maintenance Appeals Board, Recreation B. 2nd ... 1. Public Safety 2. Inspections/Property ...
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  52. 191-1A{10} PROPERTY
    A piece, parcel, lot or tract of land.
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  53. § 212-1 Purpose.
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    ... facilities, and to provide minimum standards to safeguard life, health, property and public welfare by regulating and controlling the locations, terms of ... construction, alteration, repairs, elimination, installation and maintenance of public bus transportation shelters within Upper Chichester, and ...
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  54. § 429-2 Health hazards and nuisances prohibited.
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    ... be unlawful for any person to create or maintain any condition upon their property which could directly or indirectly cause a nuisance or health hazard to residents of the Township. Specifically, the unsheltered storage or maintenance of unused, stripped, damaged and generally unusable machinery or ...
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  55. § 490-45 Enforcement generally.
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    ... pollution or contamination hazards and the restoration of any affected property; Payment of a fine to cover administrative and remediation costs; Implementation of stormwater controls and BMPs; and Operation and maintenance of stormwater controls and BMPs. Such notification shall set forth the ...
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  56. § 505-58 Site design.
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    ... at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1 , General Provisions, Art. I ). Maintenance of buildings and property in nonresidential developments shall comply with the latest edition of the ...
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  57. § 505-32 Miscellaneous provisions.
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    Sidewalks and curbs. All property owners shall install, ... and curbing along such property abutting any street, in ... and sidewalks, on all property which abuts a state highway, the property owner must first request and ... construction, installation, maintenance, and repair of all sidewalks ...
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  58. Ch 15 Blighted Property Review Committee
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    ... — See Ch. 417 , Art. I . Blighted and vacant properties — See Ch. 428 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Zoning — See Ch. 600 .
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  59. Ch 428 Properties, Blighted and Vacant
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    ... where applicable.] GENERAL REFERENCES Blighted Property Review Committee — See Ch. 15 . Planning ... . Disorderly houses — See Ch. 417 , Art. I . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Zoning — See Ch. 600 .
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  60. § 490-33 Municipal review of plans.
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    ... the stormwater control and BMP operations and maintenance plan for consistency with this chapter and any ... the stormwater control and BMP operations and maintenance plan is approved. The municipality will require ... discrepancies with the approved operations and maintenance plan.
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  61. § 600-87 District purpose.
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    ... ancillary to said dwellings. To encourage more efficient allocation and maintenance of open space for conservation and active and passive recreation. To ... time of development in a manner consistent with the preservation of the property values within existing residential areas and to assure that the increased ...
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  62. § 455-26 Affirmative defenses to discharge violations.
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    ... lack of preventive maintenance, or careless or improper ... applicable operation and maintenance procedures; The industrial ... if it also is for essential maintenance to assure efficient ... personal injury, or severe property damage; There were no ... of untreated wastes, or maintenance during normal periods of ...
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  63. 429-16{11} TENANT
    Any person, firm, partnership, corporation, association, or other entity that rents, leases, or occupies any improved property from a landlord, other than the owner of the property.
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  64. 505-11{20} EASEMENT
    A grant of property rights for the use of land by the property owner to another person, organization, or entity for a specific purpose.
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  65. § 244-8 Issuance of registration required.
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    ... specialty contractor or home improvement contractor or engage in building maintenance, lawn care and lawn maintenance unless authorized to do so by an existing registration issued in ...
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  66. § 490-22 SWM site plan contents.
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    ... waterlines within 50 feet of property lines. An overlay showing ... address of the owner of the property, and the name of the ... man-made features beyond the property boundary that would be ... and responsibility for maintenance of stormwater management ... proposed. An operations and maintenance plan in accordance with § ...
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  67. § 600-187 Wireless communication facilities.
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    ... potential damage to adjacent properties from WCF failure and falling ... upon the use of a property, the provisions shall be ... guy wire anchors) and any property line shall be the largest of ... of the WCF from the abutting properties. Where the WCF abuts ... a business office, maintenance depot, vehicle storage, etc., ...
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  68. § 505-24 Sanitary sewage disposal.
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    ... streets are to remain part of a property, an easement shall be provided across this private property for later construction and maintenance of sewers. Any deed of conveyance given for a property in a case where an easement for ...
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  69. 542-3{9} PREMISES
    All areas of a property, including all interior, exterior, grounds, and yard spaces.
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  70. Agendas — Board of Commissioners Meeting — 2017 — January 2017
    ... Refunds c. Escrow Releases E. 5th Ward Commissioner Mike Gaudiuso 1. Public Safety 2. Inspections/Property Maintenance 3. Historical Society 4. Other a. Mill Road Traffic Calming Town Hall Meeting VIII. NEW BUSINESS ...
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  71. Agendas — Board of Commissioners Meeting — 2017 — February 2017
    ... McCusker to the position of Full Time Patrolman effective February 13, 2017. 2. Inspections/Property Maintenance 3. Historical Society 4. Other a. Mill Road Traffic Calming Town Hall Meeting. X. NEW BUSINESS XI. ...
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  72. § 505-18 Conditions for approval of final plans.
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    ... the Board of Commissioner. That the applicant guarantees completion and maintenance of all improvements by means of a corporate surety bond or deposit of ... supply a title insurance certificate from a reputable company before any property is accepted by the Township. The submission to the Township of all ...
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  73. 490-10{123} ROAD MAINTENANCE
    Earth disturbance activities within the existing road cross section, such as grading and repairing existing unpaved road surfaces, cutting road banks, cleaning or clearing drainage ditches, and other similar activities.
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  74. § 490-37 Recording of approved plan and agreements.
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    ... control and BMP operations and maintenance plan, shall record the following ... control and BMP operations and maintenance plan by the municipality: The operations and maintenance plan, or a summary thereof; Operations and maintenance agreements under § 490-35 ; and ...
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  75. 500-33{3} CONSTRUCTION
    The building, erection, or installation in, on or under a right-of-way. It does not include maintenance or repair of equipment in a right-of-way or a single line extension from equipment in the right-of-way.
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  76. § 15-4 Election of officers.
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    The members of the Blighted Property Review Committee shall select from among their membership a Chairman, a Vice Chairman, a Secretary, and such other officers as the Blighted Property Review Committee may determine.
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  77. 164-3{1} OWNER
    Any person having a right of property in any dog or having custody of any dog, or any person who harbors or permits a dog to remain on or around his or her property.
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  78. 455-1{4} PROPERTY ACCESSIBLE TO THE SEWER SYSTEM
    Improved property which adjoins, abuts on, or is adjacent to, the sewer system and the principal building on which is within 250 feet from the sewer system.
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  79. 490-10{33} DOWNSLOPE PROPERTY LINE
    That portion of the property line of the lot, tract, or parcels of land being developed, located such that overland or pipe flow from the project site would be directed towards it by gravity.
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  80. § 523-20 Exemption.
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    Subject to the schedule hereinafter set forth, there is hereby exempted from all real property taxation that portion of the additional assessment attributable to the actual costs of improvements to the designated deteriorated property.
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  81. § 523-24 Effective date.
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    This article shall become effective upon adoption by the Chichester School District and the County of Delaware of resolutions exempting from real property taxation the improvements to property in accordance with the terms of this article.
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  82. 555-42B{4} RESIDENTIAL AREA
    A contiguous area containing public highways or parts of public highways primarily abutted by residential property or residential and non-business property (such as schools, parks, places or worship, hospitals and nursing homes).
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  83. 600-9{49} EASEMENT
    A grant of one or more of the property rights by the property owner to and/or for use by the public, a corporation, or another person or entity.
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  84. 329-3{2} GOODS
    Any goods, warehouse merchandise or other personal property capable of being the object of a sale regulated hereunder.
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  85. 428-9{6} OWNER
    ... legal or equitable interest in the property; or recorded in the official records ... or Township as holding title to the property; or otherwise having control of the property, including the guardian of the ... ordered to take possession of real property by a court.
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  86. 429-16{4} EXTERIOR PROPERTIES
    The open space on the premises under the control of the owners or operator of such premises.
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  87. 429-16{9} SALE
    The transfer of ownership of and/or title to property from one person or entity to another.
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  88. 505-11{2} ALLEY
    A paved lane which provides secondary service access for vehicles to the side or rear of abutting properties.
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  89. 600-9{155} TRACT
    An area, lot, parcel, site or property which is the subject of a subdivision and/or land development.
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  90. 428-3{13} SUBSTANTIAL STEP
    An affirmative action as determined by a property codes official or officer of the court on the part of a property owner or managing agent to remedy a serious ... to, physical improvements or repairs to the property, which affirmative action is subject to appeal in ...
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  91. 455-26C(1){2} SEVERE PROPERTY DAMAGE
    Substantial physical damage to property, damage to the treatment facilities which causes ... to occur in the absence of a bypass. Severe property damage does not mean economic loss caused by ...
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  92. 600-9{1} ABANDONMENT
    The cessation of the use of a property by the owner or lessee for a period of six consecutive months without the clear and verifiable intention of transferring rights to the property to another owner or resuming the use of the property.
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  93. § 600-104 Application for final approval.
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    ... exceed one foot in 10,000. Property lines within the development. ... who has prepared same. Total property area of the entire ... construction, operation and maintenance of the proposed sanitary ... the reservation and maintenance of undedicated open space, ... the owner or owners of the property to the effect that the ...
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  94. Ch 490 Attachment 2 - Appendix B, Simplified approach to Stormwater Management for Small Projects
    ... for the modified Operation, Maintenance, and Inspection Plan. The ... The Operation and Maintenance Agreement found in Section ... address of the owner of the property, and or name and address of ... the operation and maintenance agreement found in Section ... and vehicle service and maintenance facilities). Impervious ...
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  95. § 600-100 Application for tentative approval.
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    ... the location and size of the property and its relationship to surrounding properties, such map to be drawn at a ... subdivisions, adjoining properties and designated open space ... means for ownership and maintenance of the common open space. A ... capability for operation and maintenance of water supply systems, ...
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  96. § 490-35 Agreement for privately owned stormwater controls and BMPs.
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    ... shall sign and record an operations and maintenance agreement with the municipality covering all ... included as an attachment to this chapter. ) The maintenance agreement shall be transferred with transfer of ... to guarantee the satisfactory operation and maintenance of all permanent stormwater controls and BMPs. ...
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  97. § 490-38 Deposit and fee to municipal fund.
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    ... and BMP Operation and Maintenance Fund to help defray costs of periodic inspections and maintenance expenses. The amount of the ... the estimated costs for maintenance and inspections for 20 years. ... or waive the amount of the maintenance fund deposit based upon the ...
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  98. § 505-30 Natural features preservation.
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    ... along the rear of reverse frontage lots and along side and/or rear property lines of lots traversed by zoning boundary lines which separate a ... stream and river frontage shall contain an access point to the water. Maintenance easement areas shall be provided at intervals of no more than 1/2 mile. ...
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  99. § 600-102 Findings.
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    ... regulations otherwise applicable to the subject property, including but not limited to density, bulk and ... the reliability of the proposals for maintenance and conservation of the common open space, and ... address the construction, operation and maintenance of such systems. The physical design of the ...
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  100. § 600-180 Restaurant-cafe.
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    ... The written consent of the property owner, if different from the ... insurance. The applicant/property owner shall well and truly ... or agents of the applicant property/owner in connection with such ... The applicant/property owner must obtain and ... interferes with the maintenance of installation of an ...
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  101. § 15-2 Powers and duties.
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    The Blighted Property Review Committee shall exercise all powers and be subject to all limitations as provided in the aforementioned Urban Redevelopment Law.
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  102. § 228-4 Duplicate.
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    Upon receipt of said certificates, the seller shall deliver the duplicate or an exact copy of such certificates to the prospective purchaser of the seller's property.
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  103. 429-1A{3} OWNER
    The actual owner, agent or custodian of the property on which machinery, equipment or materials are stored, whether individual or partnership, association, or corporation.
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  104. 484-23{3} COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS
    Those properties used primarily for commercial or industrial purposes and those multiple dwelling residential buildings containing more than four dwelling units.
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  105. 500-10{5} SIDEWALK
    Portion of a street between the curblines, or the lateral lines of a cartway, and the adjacent property lines, intended for use by pedestrians.
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  106. 500-33{5} EMERGENCY
    An interruption of service or a condition that poses a clear and immediate danger to life or health, or significant loss of property.
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  107. 500-33{6} EQUIPMENT
    Any tangible property located or proposed to be located in a right-of-way, including, but not limited to, wires, lines, cables, conduits, pipes, supporting structures or other facilities.
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  108. 505-11{22} HALF STREET
    A street, generally parallel and adjacent to a property line having a lesser right-of-way width than normally required for satisfactory improvement and use of the street.
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  109. 505-11{48} STREET, LOCAL
    A street used primarily to provide access to abutting properties and to conduct traffic to collector and arterial streets.
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  110. 548-1A{4} OWNER
    The actual owner, agent or custodian of the property on which motor vehicles are stored, whether individual or partnership, association, or corporation.
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  111. 600-9{13} BUILDING
    Any structure, temporary or permanent with a roof or other covering used or intended for supporting or sheltering any use, occupancy or property.
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  112. 600-9{148} STREET LINE (STREET RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE)
    The line dividing the street and the abutting property. The street line shall be the same as the right-of-way line.
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  113. 490-10{37} EARTH DISTURBANCE ACTIVITY
    A construction or other human activity which disturbs the surface of the land, including, but not limited to, clearing and grubbing; grading; excavations; embankments; road maintenance; building construction; the moving, depositing, stockpiling, or storing of soil, rock, or earth materials.
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  114. 490-10{45} FINANCIAL HARDSHIP
    A situation where the greatest possible profit cannot be fully realized from development/redevelopment on a given parcel of land due to added costs or burdens associated with the design, construction, and/or maintenance of stormwater structures, facilities, buffers and/or setbacks.
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  115. 490-10{111} REDEVELOPMENT
    ... existing structures or impervious surfaces at a site and replacement with new impervious surfaces. Maintenance activities such as top-layer grinding and repaving are not considered to be redevelopment. Interior ...
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  116. § 455-16 Pretreatment of wastewater.
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    ... is lesser, shall install and maintain, on his property and at his expense, a suitable storage and flow ... include, but are not limited to, inspection and maintenance of storage areas, handling and transfer of ... Tenant responsibility. Where an owner of property leases premises to any other person as a tenant ...
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  117. § 505-17 Final plan submission and review requirements.
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    ... distribution systems. Names of all adjacent property owners shall be shown on the final plan. A copy ... buildings and between buildings and streets or property lines. Number of dwelling units, by type, by ... and facilities and the ownership and proposed maintenance, offers of dedication, or covenants governing ...
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  118. 329-3{1} GARAGE SALES
    ... offering for sale of 10 or more new, used or secondhand items of personal property at any one residential premises at any one time. Includes all sales in ... "flea market sale," or any similar casual sale of tangible personal property.
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  119. § 228-1 Certificate required.
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    ... be unlawful for an owner of property in Upper Chichester Township, ... sell, or agree to sell, such property without first delivering to ... classification of such property and a certificate disclosing ... agreement of sale of such property a statement concerning zoning ...
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  120. § 244-33 Solicitation at scene prohibited.
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    ... occupier, or other person in control of the property or a police officer, fire official or the ... occupier or other person in control of real property from utilizing the restoration service company ... occupier or other person in control of the real property.
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  121. § 500-9 Failure to repair; collection of Township's costs.
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    ... reconstruct a sidewalk and/or curb abutting his property for the space of 30 days after service of notice ... from the owner or owners of such abutting property by action in assumpsit or by filing a lien against the abutting property, or in any other legal manner.
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  122. § 600-198 Standards for car wash facilities.
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    ... shielded or deflected from adjacent and nearby properties and public streets and sidewalks. The facility ... less than eight waiting motor vehicles on the property. A planted visual screen shall be provided in ... facility shall not shine directly on adjacent properties.
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  123. 455-14C(1){28} PUBLICLY OWNED TREATMENT WORKS OR POTW
    ... entity having jurisdiction over the industrial users and responsibility for the operation and maintenance of the treatment works.
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  124. § 490-3 Purpose.
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    ... § 93.4a requiring protection and maintenance of "existing uses" and maintenance of the level of water quality to ... all streams, and the protection and maintenance of water quality in "special ... Provide proper operation and maintenance of all permanent stormwater ...
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  125. § 490-42 Alteration of BMPs.
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    ... fill, landscape, or alter any existing stormwater control or BMP unless it is part of an approved maintenance program without the written approval of the municipality. No person shall place any structure, ...
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  126. Minutes — Board of Commissioners Meeting — 2017 — September (Monthly BOC Meeting)
    ... Bridge work. We have the maintenance Page 9 091417upperchi-boc 23 ... wage certification, the maintenance bond 20 and compliance report ... RAIKOWSKI: Nothing on the 20 property? 21 MR. NEEDLES: Right. 22 ... This amends Chapter 429, Property 12 Maintenance, to include Article IV, ...
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  127. 112-4{3} PUBLIC AREA
    That area, including cartway and sidewalk, within the public right-of-way line and ultimate right-of-way line for streets, highways, alleys and public ways within Upper Chichester Township. It shall also include all property owned by Upper Chichester Township.
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  128. § 228-2 Issuance.
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    The proper officers of the Township are hereby authorized to issue such certificates in duplicate when requested by the seller of property in the Township. Such certificates shall be rendered within 15 days following application.
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  129. 244-7{3} OWNER
    Any property owner, tenant or other person who orders, contracts for or purchases the services of a contractor, subcontractor, speciality contractor or home improvement contractor, or the person entitled to the work of such pursuant to a contract.
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  130. 274-1{5} PERMIT
    A permit issued by the Department of Inspections authorizing the temporary placement of a dumpster, portable storage facility or container in or upon a street or public grounds or upon private property.
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  131. § 302-4 Construal of provisions.
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    This chapter shall be liberally construed to accomplish its purpose to deter the commission of arson and related crimes, to discourage the abandonment of property and to prevent urban blight and deterioration.
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  132. 323-2{17} ODOR EMISSIONS
    Fugitive or malodorous air contaminants emitted into the outdoor atmosphere from any source in such a manner that the contaminants are detectable outside the property of the person on whose land the source is being operated.
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  133. § 417-2 Maintaining of disorderly house prohibited.
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    It shall be unlawful for any property owner, lessee or tenant to maintain, keep, lease or allow a disorderly house, room or other premises in the Township of Upper Chichester.
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  134. 428-3{10} REMEDIATION PLAN
    A plan for the correction of violations of state law or a code that is part of an agreement between the owner and the municipality in which the real property containing the violations is located.
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  135. 428-9{3} NOTICE
    Written notice of a violation or requirement under this article mailed, pursuant to first-class mail, to the last known address of the owner of the property in question.
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  136. § 455-37 Purpose of Authority
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    The Authority services the sewer needs of Upper Chichester Township and has standards for lateral sewer connections located on private property and connected to public infrastructure owned by a municipality or municipal authority.
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  137. 484-10A{6} PLANT
    The energy and/or material recovery facility or facilities, transfer station or solid waste plants owned by the county or Authority or contractor, including all associated property and equipment.
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  138. § 484-27 Separation and disposal of leaf waste.
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    It shall be unlawful to dispose of leaf waste from any property in the Township with residential, commercial, or institutional waste. Only residential leaf waste will be collected by the Township.
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  139. § 523-22 Exemption schedule.
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    ... this article shall be upon the property and shall not terminate upon the sale or exchange of the property. If an eligible property is granted tax exemption pursuant to ... a factor in assessing other properties.
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  140. 548-1A{2} MOTOR VEHICLE
    Any type of mechanical device, propelled by a motor, in which persons or property may be transported upon public street or highways, and including trailers or semitrailers pulled thereby.
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  141. 555-42B{3} RESIDENT
    A person who owns or leases real property within a residential area and who maintains either a voting residence, or bona fide occupancy, or both, at that address;
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  142. § 577-3 Exceptions.
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    No person shall, except in defense of person or property, or on a rifle range, under adult supervision, fire any rifle, firearm, air rifle, BB gun, or other such weapon, within the Township of Upper Chichester.
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  143. 600-9{147} STREET
    A public or private way used or intended to be used as a means of vehicular and pedestrian travel and access to abutting properties and space for public utilities and improved to the satisfaction of the Township.
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  144. 600-9{165} ZONING ORDINANCE
    An ordinance that divides the Township into areas or zones that specify allowable uses for real property and size and location restrictions for buildings within these areas ("this chapter").
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  145. 600-136B{15} FLOODPROOFING
    Any combination of structural and nonstructural additions, changes, or adjustments to structures which reduce or eliminate flood damage to real estate or improved real property, water and sanitary facilities, structures and their contents.
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  146. § 94-2 Secretary to accept papers.
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    ... Commissioners is hereby authorized and directed to accept such Township property and all documents, papers, records and official correspondence and to give ... therefor to all incoming officers or employees of all such Township property and official documents, papers, records and official correspondence which ...
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  147. § 155-2 Consumption.
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    ... street, avenue, alley, sidewalk, stairway, thoroughfare, or other public property within the Township of Upper Chichester, nor shall any person consume any ... way or thoroughfare while on a private stairway, doorway or other private property open to public view without the express or implied permission of the ...
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  148. § 244-32 Township police and fire duty assignments.
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    All condemned or fire-damaged properties shall be restored to a level ... condemned or fire-damaged property cannot restore the property to a safe condition; or if ... person in control of the property fails or refuses to make such restoration to the property within a reasonable time; or ...
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  149. 428-3{5} MORTGAGE LENDER
    ... and consumer protection) that is in possession of or holds title to real property pursuant to, in enforcement of or to protect rights arising under a ... trust or other transaction that created a security interest in the real property.
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  150. § 429-13 Exemptions.
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    ... date of this article, had planted or caused to grow any bamboo on any property within the Township boundaries unless, upon determination of the Code ... stalks have extended onto or over any public way or another's private property.
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  151. § 484-13 Contract with licensed collectors.
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    ... and shall be responsible for collecting municipal solid waste from properties in the municipality pursuant to a contract between them and the municipality and/or contracts between them and the owners or occupants of properties.
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  152. § 500-1 Notice to repair sidewalks.
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    ... the passage of this article every person, firm or corporation owning property abutting on any public road, street, lane or alley, including state and ... and construct, pave, curb, repave, and recurb the sidewalks along such property in accordance with the provisions herein within 30 days after notice so to ...
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  153. 600-9{100} PLANTED VISUAL SCREEN
    A strip of evergreen plantings adjacent to the boundary of a property which, at time of planting, are of the minimum height required by this ... an effective visual screen and thereby give visual protection to abutting properties. Such screen shall consist of dense evergreens which shall be planted not ...
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  154. § 600-166 Sale of agricultural products.
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    ... stand used for the sale of agricultural products shall remain on the property during seasons when such products are not sold. Off-street parking shall ... from the right-of-way line. All sales shall be of products grown on the property.
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  155. § 34-8 Vehicles and equipment.
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    ... acquisition, operation, maintenance, inspection, and repair of ... vehicles. Inspection, maintenance and repair of vehicles. All ... conditions. A preventive maintenance program shall be established ... 34-6E(3) of this standard. Maintenance, inspections, and repairs ...
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  156. Ch 428 Art II Registration of Vacant Properties
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    [Adopted 8-9-2012 by Ord. No. 679 ]
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  157. Comprehensive Plans — (Uncategorized) — 2005 — Upper Chichester Multi-municipal Comprehensive Plan
    ... of Rehabilitation Assistance 6-8 Housing Maintenance Concerns 6-10 Section 8 Housing 6-11 Owner/Renter ... 6-11 6-7 Median Value of Owner-occupied Properties, 1980-2000 6-12 7-1 Student Racial Distribution ... may include preferred rehabilitation and maintenance alternatives and can be made available to ...
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  158. § 428-2 Purpose.
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    ... Act." There are deteriorated properties located in Upper Chichester ... and These deteriorated properties create public nuisances which ... in order to: Prohibit property owners from further extending ... and resulting deteriorated properties. Sanction the owners for not ...
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  159. Minutes — Board of Commissioners Meeting — 2016 — October (Monthly BOC Meeting)
    ... We have received the 25 maintenance bond final payment. 1 Board ... for the 2017 Traffic Signal Maintenance and 20 Repair Annual ... 11 for the 2017 Street Light Maintenance and Repair Page 12 ... CATANIA: No, this is pure 25 maintenance. If there is a situation ...
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  160. § 244-21 Responsible contractor requirements.
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    ... facility or public works project, including construction, alteration, renovation, repair, and maintenance work, shall meet the requirements of this article. All firms engaged in contracts covered by this ...
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  161. § 505-41 Open space and recreation areas.
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    ... owned. If they are to remain privately owned, provisions shall be made by the owner for their maintenance.
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  162. 600-9{84} MINOR REPAIR
    The replacement of existing work with equivalent materials for the purpose of its routine maintenance and upkeep, but not including the cutting away of any wall, partition or portion thereof, the ...
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  163. 600-136B{22} MINOR REPAIR
    The replacement of existing work with equivalent materials for the purpose of its routine maintenance and upkeep, but not including the cutting away of any wall, partition or portion thereof, the ...
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  164. § 600-161 Public utility buildings.
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    ... In residential districts, the permitted public utility facilities shall not include storage of maintenance vehicles or equipment. No equipment creating unreasonable noise, vibration, smoke, odor or other ...
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  165. Ch 523 Art IV Tax Abatement for Deteriorated Property
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    [Adopted 10-9-1986 by Ord. No. 445 (Ch. 24, Part 4, of the 1987 Code of Ordinances)]
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  166. § 455-7 Failure to connect.
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    ... article, if any owner of an occupied building on property accessible to the sewer system shall have failed to connect such property with the sewer system as required by said § ... shall cause to be served on the owner of such property so failing to connect to said sewer system, and ...
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  167. § 155-3 Possession.
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    ... manner on any public street, avenue, alley, thoroughfare or other public property within the Township of Upper Chichester, nor shall any person possess any ... or thoroughfare while on a private stairway, doorway, or other private property open to public view without the express or implied permission of the ...
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  168. § 417-6 Reimbursement for police and administrative costs.
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    After the third and final incident, any property owner, lessee or tenant who maintains, keeps, leases or allows a ... resolution requiring reimbursement and setting the amounts of same. Said property owner, lessee or tenant shall not only be liable for the third and final ...
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  169. 428-3{14} TAX DELINQUENT PROPERTY
    Tax delinquent real property as defined under: The Act of July 7, 1947 (P.L. 1368, No. 542), known as ...
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  170. 600-9{4} ADULT ENTERTAINMENT
    ... type of other use or operations which may also be conducted on or in the property or properties involved.
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  171. Ch 429 Art I Storage of Property and Equipment
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    [Adopted 1-11-1973 by Ord. No. 329 ; amended in its entirety 11-17-1987 by Ord. No. 456 (Ch. 10, Part 1, of the 1987 Code of Ordinances)]
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  172. Minutes — Board of Commissioners Meeting — 2017 — August (Monthly BOC Meeting)
    ... pieces of historical property in 11 our municipality. 12 As ... Meeting 2 stabilizing this property. Frank Sill said he would 3 ... back to make this future property a success and 18 a reality ... but he does not want this property to stand 21 still. He wants ... is an investment in this property. So 14 we can get two hundred ...
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  173. § 15-1 Committee created.
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    Pursuant to the provisions of the Urban Redevelopment Law as amended (Act of May 24, 1945, Public Law 991), 35 P.S. § 1701 et seq., there is hereby created a Blighted Property Review Committee to function within the Township of Upper Chichester.
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  174. § 94-1 Transference of Township papers.
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    ... Pennsylvania, shall deliver to the Secretary of the Board of Township Commissioners all Township property in their possession and all official documents, papers, records and official correspondence in ...
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  175. § 112-11 Open space area.
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    Every owner or occupier of property shall maintain an area of open space, not less that four square feet, around the base of every ...
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  176. 164-3{2} RUNNING AT LARGE
    Being upon any public highway, street, alley, park, or any other public land, or upon property of another person other than the owner, and not being accompanied by or under the control of the owner or any other person having custody of said dog.
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  177. 164-18{2} OWNER
    Any person having a right of property in such cat, and every person who keeps or harbors such cat or has it in its care, and every person who permits such cat to remain on or about any premises occupied by him.
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  178. 164-18{4} RUNNING AT LARGE
    Being upon any public highway, street, alley, park, or any other public land, or upon property of another person other than the owner, and not being accompanied by or under the control of the owner or any other person having custody of said cat.
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  179. § 187-3 Failure to comply; lien.
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    If the owner fails to comply with an order to seal a building, the Code Enforcement Officer may cause such building to be sealed, and all costs that are incurred by this action will be placed as a municipal lien against the real property upon which such costs were incurred.
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  180. § 228-5 Title search.
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    Any person requesting the aforesaid certificates shall produce a title search of the property involved, prepared by the reputable title company doing business in Delaware County. Said report ...
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  181. 274-1{6} PORTABLE OUTDOOR STORAGE FACILITY (POD)
    A portable device or container of 15 cubic yard(s) or more in size and intended for the storage of personal property. Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1 , General Provisions, Art. I ).
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  182. § 274-10 Revocation of permit.
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    ... for immediate revocation of the permit. The container shall be removed from the public or private property immediately upon revocation. Such action shall be in addition to the penalties provided for in § ...
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  183. 405-1{1} PARK or PARKS
    ... structures and facilities, and also entrances and approaches thereto, and all other land or property or structures, now or hereafter owned or acquired by the Township of Upper Chichester for park or ...
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  184. § 417-4 Notification.
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    ... shall, within five days, notify the property owner in writing by either certified ... Court, and further, to allow said property owner and/or resident an additional ... Officer, in writing, of said property resident/owner's desire to meet with ... Officer shall meet with the property owner within five days and attempt ...
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  185. § 428-12 Uses of paid fees and fines.
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    Registration fees shall become dedicated to a line item in the budget for the Township's enforcement and administration of the vacant property registration requirements within this article. Fines for violations of this article shall go to the Township's general fund.
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  186. 429-16{8} RENTAL UNIT
    ... which is leased, rented, let out, or otherwise occupied by any person other than the owner of the property. A rental unit includes a residential structure or a portion of a structure, such as a house, ...
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  187. § 429-19 The Municipal Code and Ordinance Compliance Act.
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    All procedures and requirements of the Municipal Code and Ordinance Compliance Act, Act 133 of 2016, Editor's Note: See 68 P.S. § 1081. will be adhered to prior to the issuance of a certificate of occupancy upon the sale of a residential property.
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  188. § 455-11 Building permits.
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    No building permit shall be issued by the Township for any property requiring on-site individual or community sewage disposal systems unless and until a permit is ...
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  189. 455-14C(1){24} PRETREATMENT
    ... of pollutants, the elimination of pollutants, or the alteration of the nature of the pollutant properties in wastewater prior to or reduction or alteration can be obtained by physical, chemical, or ...
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  190. 484-10A{1} COLLECTOR
    Any person collecting or transporting municipal solid waste for owners or occupants of property in the municipality including the municipality itself if it undertakes the collection of municipal ...
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  191. § 484-11 Prohibitions.
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    It is hereby declared to be unlawful and a public nuisance for any person to accumulate upon any property in this municipality, any municipal solid waste or to dispose of it except in accordance with this article, and other applicable laws, ordinances, or regulations.
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  192. § 484-15 Private dumps, transfer stations and landfills prohibited.
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    No person shall use or permit to be used any property owned or occupied by him within the municipality as a public or private dump, transfer station or landfill for municipal solid waste, whether generated within the municipality or elsewhere without the express written approval of the municipality.
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  193. § 484-35 Throwing and depositing waste prohibited.
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    It shall be unlawful for any person to throw, place or deposit or cause or permit to be thrown, placed or deposited any solid waste in or upon any street, alley, sidewalk, body of water, public or private property within the Township except as provided by Township ordinance.
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  194. 500-33{12} RIGHT-OF-WAY
    The surface and space in, on, above and below any real property in which the Township of Upper Chichester has an interest in law or in equity, including, but not ...
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  195. § 518-1 Permit requirement.
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    The removal of a home heating oil tank is an event which requires the issuance of a Township permit if that work is done by someone other than the owner of the property. This is an existing requirement in the Township.
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  196. 523-21{1} IMPROVEMENTS
    ... including alterations or additions, having the effect of rehabilitating the deteriorated property so that it becomes habitable, usable and attains higher standards of safety, health, economic use ...
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  197. 600-9{57} GASOLINE STATION, SELF-SERVICE
    A property and/or place of business where flammable or combustible liquids used as motor fuels are stored and dispensed from fixed equipment into the fuel tanks of motor vehicles by a person other than the service station attendant.
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  198. § 600-95 Density and open space.
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    The average gross residential density, as defined in Article II , computed over the entire tract shall not exceed five units per acre. Not less than 40% of the total area of the property shall be designated as and devoted to common open space.
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  199. § 600-164 Condominiums.
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    ... such condominiums shall be owned and operated in accordance with the Pennsylvania Unit Property Act of 1963, as amended. Editor's Note: Said Act was repealed 7-2-1980 by P.L. 286, No. 82; see now ...
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  200. § 600-57 Special development regulations.
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    ... Where a rear or side yard of properties in this district abut a ... rear yard on the commercial property between such property and the abutting residential property. Such buffer area, defined in ... or more 30 Screening. Where properties in the district abut a ...
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  201. § 600-99 Development in stages.
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    ... space, a schedule for its phasing, the type of maintenance to be provided and a planting plan or schedule. ... provided for each phase. In designating use and maintenance, the following classes may be used: Lawn. A grass ... pathways. Meadows shall be maintained as such. Maintenance may be minimal but shall prevent the ...
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  202. Minutes — Board of Commissioners Meeting — 2016 — July (Monthly BOC Meeting)
    ... meeting. We do have 6 our property maintenance individuals here. Keith, I 7 ... going on with that deadbeat property 12 because it's ... is he reached out to the property 21 owner and to the ... 11 contract for street light maintenance, salt, traffic 12 signals. ...
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  203. § 34-11 Facility safety.
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    ... be inspected at least monthly to identify the cause correction of any health or safety hazards. Maintenance and repairs. The Fire Department shall have an established system to maintain all facilities, and ...
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  204. § 500-20 Bond.
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    ... No. 92 ] Additionally, the applicant shall supply Upper Chichester Township with a performance/maintenance bond, with the premium fully paid, in the amount of 15% of the total project cost, to the benefit ...
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  205. § 505-56 Ownership and management requirements.
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    ... to whom the certificate is issued. Maintenance requirements. The operator/licensee ... for the proper repair and maintenance of all common facilities including ... expansion, post with the Township a maintenance bond in a form acceptable to the ... a period of two years the costs of maintenance of all common areas and facilities. ...
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  206. 600-9{29} CONTINUING CARE RETIREMENT COMMUNITY (CCRC)
    ... cultural, social and medical needs; allowing for care of residents as well as for operation and maintenance of residential dwelling units; allowing for medical services for residents in the form of an ...
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  207. § 600-50 Ownership and management of mobile home parks.
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    ... to whom the certificate is issued. Maintenance requirements. The operator/license ... for the proper repair and maintenance of all common open space water ... park shall post with the Township a maintenance bond in a form acceptable to the ... a period of two years the cost of maintenance of common areas and facilities. Said ...
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  208. § 555-78 Acceptance of traffic signal installation by Township.
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    ... be restarted. Prededication maintenance period. Upon satisfactory ... period, a prededication maintenance period shall begin. The prededication maintenance period shall be effective for ... During the prededication maintenance period, the contractor shall: ... balance of the prededication maintenance period; Provide the ...
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  209. Minutes — Board of Commissioners Meeting — 2017 — January (Monthly BOC Meeting)
    ... improvements on their 8 property. 9 Essentially, what is ... They are working on 22 their maintenance bond. They want to verify the 23 maintenance bond number. I received ... You are 19 talking four properties on McKay Avenue, 5th and 20 ... 22 1879 Larkin Road, the property of John Mullen. As you 23 ...
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  210. § 164-11 Noise disturbance.
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    ... of whether the animal or bird is physically situated in or upon private property, said noise being a nuisance; provided that, at the time the animal or ... is making such noise, no person is attempting to trespass upon private property in or upon which the animal or bird is situated.
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  211. § 164-19 Nuisances; responsibilities of owners keeping cats.
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    ... otherwise damaging shrubbery, trees or lawns, or premises, personal property or other property not belonging to the owner of the cat. No owner shall permit a cat to ...
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  212. § 307-11 Open burning.
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    ... a minimum of 75 feet from any structure and a minimum of 20 feet from any property line. There shall be the required fire watch during any open burning. An ... All open burning is prohibited on all construction sites and commercial properties.
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  213. 428-9{4} OCCUPIED
    ... federal, state, or Township tax statements indicating that the subject property is the official business or residence address of the person or business claiming occupancy; or proof of tenant occupied property license inspection.
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  214. § 484-26 Private collection of recyclables.
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    ... private trash pickup or any commercial, institutional or multifamily property utilizing Township personnel for trash pickup as of the date of the ... setting forth the name of the vendor, address of the vendor, and those properties which the vendor will be servicing. It is further required that all ...
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  215. § 577-2 Discharge of firearms prohibited.
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    ... with the intent to damage or to destroy any real or personal property belonging to the Township of Upper Chichester, the School District of the ... Chichester, unless the consent of the owner of such real or personal property has first been obtained, or to endanger the life or limb of any person or ...
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  216. § 600-113 Area and bulk regulations.
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    ... all buildings shall be set back a minimum of 75 feet from the rear property line and 50 feet from all other street lines and property lines. Minimum distance between buildings: 25 feet.
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  217. § 600-158 Visibility at corner lots.
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    ... sight triangle to be a safety hazard and shall direct the owner of the property to have it removed. If the owner fails to do so within 30 days after ... the Township shall remove the obstruction, bill the owner and lien the property for the expense involved.
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  218. § 164-1 Certain animals prohibited from running at large.
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    ... like animals in or upon the streets, sidewalks, avenues, alleys, public places, or on the private property of an other, within the limits of the Township of Upper Chichester.
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  219. § 164-15 Disposal of animal feces.
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    ... animal which commits a nuisance, i.e., defecation or urination, in any area other than the private property of the owner of such dog or other animal, as prohibited in § 164-14 shall be required to ...
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  220. § 302-6 Violations and penalties.
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    Any owner of property, any named insured or insurer who violates the provisions of this chapter or who shall fail to ...
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  221. 428-3{7} MUNICIPAL PERMITS
    Privileges relating to real property granted by Upper Chichester Township that are building permits issued pursuant to the Code of the ...
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  222. § 428-16 Delinquent registration fees as lien.
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    ... shall constitute a debt due and owing to the Township, and the Township may enter a lien on the property as provided by law.
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  223. § 429-14 Complaint; notice; order for removal and compliance.
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    ... of bamboo plants or roots onto the property of another, public street or ... or tenant in possession of the property to remove the offending bamboo plant ... shall be posted on the offending property in a conspicuous place. Notice by ... the date of mailing or posting the property whichever is later. The notice shall ...
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  224. § 484-28 Collection by unregistered persons.
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    Recyclables shall become the property of the Township or its authorized agent from the time of placement of recyclables at the curb. It ...
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  225. § 505-63 Parking area.
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    ... be spaced at least 200 feet apart. Property owners are encouraged to integrate their circulation with adjacent property owners to provide single egress and ... easements should be extended to property lines for future extension when desirable. On all corner properties, driveways shall be located a ...
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  226. § 542-2 Purpose.
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    ... on an affected neighborhood, including undermining the desirability of housing, causing decline in property value, and contributing to the image of an environmentally unfit area; and Facilitating the ...
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  227. § 577-1 Hunting prohibited.
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    ... and bow and arrow is prohibited within the Township of Upper Chichester on all municipally owned property. Hunting by the use of firearms and bow and arrow within the Township of Upper Chichester is ...
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  228. § 600-145 Purpose.
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    ... to distractions and obstructions caused by improperly designed or located signs, to safeguard property values and to assure that signs are consistent and harmonious in relation to the buildings and ...
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  229. § 600-162 Refuse.
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    ... streets and sidewalks by means of a fence. All such refuse receptacles shall be placed on the property responsible for such refuse.
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  230. § 600-217 Continuation.
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    ... and may be continued so long as they remain otherwise lawful, including subsequent sales of property. Such uses must comply with all safety related and other applicable regulations.
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  231. § 455-3 Connection required.
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    ... owning any occupied building now erected upon property accessible to the sewer system shall, at their ... specified in § 455-2 . All persons owning any property accessible to the sewer system upon which an ... All persons owning any occupied building upon property which hereafter becomes accessible to the sewer ...
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  232. § 455-4 Privies, cesspools and other receptacles.
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    ... ] It shall be unlawful for any person owning any property accessible to the sewer system to erect, ... sewers of the Township or upon public or private property or otherwise, except into the sewer system. Any ... sinkhole, septic tank or other facility on any property accessible to the sewer system, or otherwise ...
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  233. § 600-211 Notice of requirements.
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    ... who shall be at least those persons whose properties adjoin the property in question, or be within a two-hundred-foot radius of the property in question. By mailing or delivering notice ...
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  234. Minutes — Board of Commissioners Meeting — 2017 — November (Monthly BOC Meeting)
    ... items and we do have the maintenance bond in hand. So we're ... municipal liens against the property, 2398 Booker Avenue. It's ... III. He moved into the property and has been doing mild ... municipal liens against his property 2398 Booker Avenue, with the ... are on file. Inspections and property ...
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  235. Minutes — Board of Commissioners Meeting — 2016 — November (Monthly BOC Meeting)
    ... official 14 letter for the maintenance bond, because I have 15 ... formal 23 notice under their Maintenance Bond. 24 MS. WHITAKER: And the Maintenance 25 Bond is one year? 14 1 ... -- but any updates on the property with 7 the Hannum site? 8 MR. ... any feedback concerning the property at 6 1879 Larkin Road, so I ...
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  236. § 455-14 General provisions.
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    ... provide for fees for the equitable distribution of the cost of operation, maintenance and improvement of the POTW; and To enable this municipality to comply ... NPDES National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System O&M Operation and maintenance POTW Publicly owned treatment works RCRA Resource Conservation and ...
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  237. § 455-19 Reporting requirements.
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    ... met on a consistent basis and, if not, whether additional operation and maintenance (O&M) and/or additional pretreatment is required to meet the pretreatment ... damage to the POTW, natural resources, or any other damage to person or property; nor shall such notification relieve the industrial user of any fines, ...
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  238. § 428-11 Registration statement and fees; local agent.
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    ... owner so registering. The owner of the vacant property as of September 15 of each calendar year shall be ... of Commissioners. Upon the registration of a property, the Township Code Enforcement Officials may conduct an inspection of the property to determine if it complies with the applicable ...
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  239. § 500-41 Liability and indemnification.
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    ... claims for personal injury, including death, and property damage arising out of the permit holder's use or ... that personal injury, including death, or property damage was caused by the permit holder's use or ... require its subcontractors to carry liability, property damage, workers' compensation and vehicle ...
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  240. § 15-3 Membership.
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    The membership of the Blighted Property Review Committee shall consist of the follow persons: A member of the Board of Commissioners of ...
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  241. § 112-8 Planting of trees.
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    ... streets, highways or avenues within five feet of any driveway, nor shall any tree on private property adjacent to the sidewalk be planted within three feet thereof. To maintain an adequate sight ...
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  242. § 112-10 Restrictions.
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    ... shade tree or injure, misuse or remove any device placed to protect for the protection of life and property.
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  243. § 274-4 Permit requirement.
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    ... container, portable outdoor storage facility or compaction container on a public street or private property within the Township shall apply for the permit required by this chapter by submitting an ...
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  244. § 302-2 Limits of liability.
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    ... official an insured under a policy of insurance or to create an obligation to pay delinquent property taxes or unpaid removal liens or expenses other than as provided in this chapter.
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  245. § 455-2 Notice to connect.
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    ... shall state that the sewer system may be used by all persons owning occupied buildings on property accessible to the sewer system, subject to the payment of any connection charges and of annual ...
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  246. § 455-10 Permit from commonwealth required.
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    ... firms or corporations wanting to install an individual on-lot sewage disposal system on their property, where the Township sewage system is not available, shall submit an application to the Upper ...
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  247. § 484-34 Scavenging prohibited.
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    Upon placement of solid waste for collection at the curbside or other location, by a property owner or tenant, no person other than the person in charge or the Township or its designee shall ...
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  248. § 490-21 General requirements.
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    ... occupancy permit, or the commencement of any earth disturbance activity may not proceed until the property owner, applicant, or his/her agent has received written approval of a SWM site plan from the ...
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  249. § 500-4 Service of notice.
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    ... and the location of the required work. Notice shall be served upon the owner or owners of the property to which the notice refers by leaving the same at his place of residence if he resides within this ...
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  250. § 523-23 Procedure for obtaining exemption.
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    ... improvement: The location of the property to be improved; The nature of the property to be improved; The type of ... of the improvement; Whether the property has been condemned or cited by any ... with laws or ordinances; That the property has been inspected and examined by ...
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  251. § 555-41 Standing or parking on roadway for loading or unloading.
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    ... of any street, except that standing or parking for the purpose of loading or unloading persons or property shall be permitted Monday through Saturday, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. and ...
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  252. § 555-73 Construction limits.
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    ... restore the area of his operations to a condition at least equal to original conditions. Damage to property outside of specified construction limits shall be the responsibility of the contractor and ...
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  253. § 600-47 Accessory uses.
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    ... and their guests. Refuse collection receptacles, provided they are screened from adjoining properties and from public view by a visual screen. Sheds, subject to § 600-159 . Any accessory uses or ...
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  254. § 600-61 Uses permitted by right.
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    ... Laundry. Publishing or printing. Veterinarian and veterinary hospital; kennel, provided that the property on which the kennel is located is not less than 150 feet from a residential district. Beverage/beer ...
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  255. § 600-163 Lighting.
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    ... facilities shall be provided and arranged in a manner that will protect the street and neighboring properties from excessive glare and hazardous interference of any kind. Lighting facilities shall be provided ...
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  256. Minutes — Board of Commissioners Meeting — 2018 — FEBRUARY (Monthly BOC Meeting): 2/8/18
    ... plan of John and Linda Wills, the property at 4124 Chichester Avenue. Last week ... with emergency services and our maintenance department. MR. NEARY: So moved. MR. ... that we would have a list from the maintenance department that I would start ... to be here in April. Inspections of property ...
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  257. § 329-6 Enforcement.
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    ... premises where the sale or activity is conducted shall be jointly or severally responsible for the maintenance of good order and decorum on the premises during the hours of such sale or activity. No such person ...
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  258. § 600-235 Permit applications.
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    ... may see a variance from such regulations as outlined in § 600-236 . No permit is required to make maintenance repairs to or to replace parts of existing structures which do not enlarge or increase the height ...
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  259. § 600-132 Technical provisions.
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    ... to which it does not adversely affect adjacent properties. Drainage facilities. Storm drainage facilities ... the discharge of excess runoff onto adjacent properties. Water and sanitary sewer facilities and systems. ... b) will be used for any activity requiring the maintenance of a supply of more than 550 gallons, or other ...
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  260. Minutes — Board of Commissioners Meeting — 2017 — February (Monthly BOC Meeting)
    ... of the improvements on that property. We've done an inspection on ... look at their list that the maintenance group is putting together. We ... MR. NEEDLES: Start with the maintenance crew, going out, identifying ... So would it be like a maintenance complaint? 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ...
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  261. § 351-1 Declaration of public policy and purposes.
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    ... values of all citizens of Upper Chichester Township; Maintain or improve property values in Upper Chichester Township; Retain and enhance historic properties which contribute to the character of Upper Chichester Township; Assure ...
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  262. § 428-14 Waiver of registration fee.
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    ... with satisfactory proof that he/she is actively marketing the property for sale/lease. "Actively marketing" will be defined as an owner has placed a "for sale" or a "for lease" sign on the property with accurate contact information, which is also provided and has done at ...
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  263. § 429-12 Regulations of planting, growing or cultivating of bamboo.
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    Subject to the exemptions set forth in this article, no persons, property owners or tenants shall plant, cause to grow or cultivate any bamboo on ... and maintained so that no part of the plant is closer than 10 feet to any property line.
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  264. § 490-46 Suspension and revocation of permits and approvals.
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    ... a hazard or nuisance, pollution, or endangers the life, health, or property of others. Prior to revocation or suspension of a permit and at the ... noncompliance if there is no immediate danger to life, public health, or property. The expense of a hearing shall be the applicant's responsibility. A ...
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  265. § 505-74 Curb cut limitations.
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    ... methods shall be approved by the Township Engineer. If any corner property has access from a side street, the curb cut shall be on the side street in order to minimize curb cuts along Chichester Avenue. If any property has access from an alley or other rear or side service drive, the curb cut ...
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  266. § 523-19 Area designated as deteriorated.
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    ... Ord. No. 553 ] The Board of Township Commissioners hereby designates the property partially zoned I Industrial and partially zoned C-2 Highway Commercial as ... and water must be made available to the site. It is determined that said property will not be improved unless a tax exemption is granted for any improvement ...
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  267. § 600-168 Regulations for private, noncommercial swimming pools.
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    ... for the enjoyment of the occupants of the principal permitted use of the property on which it is located and their guests. Swimming pools are considered ... of the pool. The drainage from a pool shall not spill onto a neighboring property or sanitary sewer and shall comply with Chapter 490 , Stormwater ...
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  268. § 600-196 Standards for professional home offices.
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    ... fire hazard to neighboring residences, will adversely affect neighboring property value or will constitute a nuisance or otherwise be detrimental to the ... odor or other negative impacts. The practitioner shall reside on the property where the home office is located.
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  269. § 428-5 Denial of permits.
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    ... the owner to disclose real properties owned by the owner both ... of Common Pleas; and Real property owned in the commonwealth by ... and county of each such real property. The provision shall require ... if the applicant owns real property in any municipality for which ...
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  270. § 600-213 Standards for action.
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    ... peculiar to the particular property, and that the unnecessary ... or district in which the property is located. That because of ... is no possibility that the property can be developed in strict ... the reasonable use of the property. That such unnecessary ... or district in which the property is located, nor substantially ...
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  271. § 500-31 Permit requirements for storage of building materials.
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    ... of the street and/or sidewalk abutting the property upon which such building materials are to be ... material so as to prevent injury to persons and property. On or before the date of expiration of such ... such material to be removed and placed upon the property where such material is to be used, with the ...
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  272. § 490-17 Stream bank erosion requirements.
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    ... low-flow rates subject to the Municipal Engineer's satisfaction. When filters are utilized, maintenance provisions shall be provided to ensure filters meet the design function. All facilities shall make ...
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  273. § 600-171 General landscaping and plan requirements.
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    ... sidewalks, walkways, sitting areas, service or maintenance structures, courtyards, and other site features. ... around structures used for service, storage or maintenance purposes. The location, type, size, height and ... Engineer. Minimum standards for the quality and maintenance of plant material. All plants shall conform with ...
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  274. § 334-5 Excavations.
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    ... Board of Commissioners. The soil removal operation shall not be permitted within 60 feet of any property line, other than a public street or traveled right-of-way. In addition, the soil removal operation ...
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  275. § 490-48 Failure to comply; notification.
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    ... from pursuing any and all remedies. It shall be the responsibility of the owner of the real property on which any regulated activity is proposed to occur, is occurring, or has occurred to comply with ...
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  276. § 500-24 Notice of paving.
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    ... 6-13-1955 by Ord. No. 92 ] The Township Secretary shall give notice to all persons owning property abutting on any highway within the Township which is about to be paved or improved and to all ...
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  277. § 505-33 Block design.
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    ... Where prevented by the size, topographical conditions, or any other inherent conditions of the property, in which case, the Township Board of Commissioners may permit an appropriate variation.
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  278. § 600-42 Accessory uses.
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    ... guests. Refuse and recycling collection receptacles, provided they are screened from the adjoining property and public view by an opaque fence or planted visual screen. Signs, subject to Article XIX . ...
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  279. § 600-76.1 Temporary uses.
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    ... The proposed business trailer would not have a detrimental effect upon the use of neighboring properties; The business trailer would not be contrary to the general welfare of Upper Chichester Township; ...
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  280. § 600-81 Accessory uses.
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    ... such storage is located in the rear yard and is completely screened from adjoining nonindustrial properties by a solid fence or wall not less than six feet in height. No materials shall be stored in a manner ...
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  281. § 600-86.1 Temporary uses.
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    ... The proposed business trailer would not have a detrimental effect upon the use of neighboring properties; The business trailer would not be contrary to the general welfare of Upper Chichester Township; ...
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  282. § 600-114 Additional design standards.
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    ... residential district, there shall be a twenty-five-foot buffer area provided at the adjoining property line. The buffer area shall contain a planted visual screen as defined in Article II . Landscaping ...
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  283. § 600-178 No-impact home-based businesses.
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    ... following requirements: The business activity shall be compatible with the residential use of the property. The business shall employ no employees other than family members residing in the dwelling. There ...
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  284. Ch 518 Tanks
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    [HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Commissioners of the Township of Upper Chichester as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.] GENERAL REFERENCES Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Solid waste — See Ch. 484 .
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  285. § 555-79 Furnish and install traffic control equipment.
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    ... approved manufacturers. Upper Chichester Township, in order to minimize maintenance costs, has established the following types of equipment, or equal, as ... of the shaft. The shaft shall meet the chemical and physical properties of ASTM A595 Grade A, having a minimum yield strength of 55,000 psi. The ...
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  286. § 187-1 Boarding required; permission.
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    ... or window. In no event shall windows, doors and portals be boarded on any property without first obtaining permission from the Code Enforcement Officer. The ... yards remain safe and secure and do not present a hazard to adjoining property or to the public.
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  287. § 329-5 Exemptions.
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    ... Any person selling or advertising for sale an item or items of personal property which is specifically named or described in the advertisement and which ... by any legitimate business or commercial or industrial establishment on property zoned under the zoning regulations of the Township with or without the ...
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  288. § 490-49 Enforcement.
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    ... or corporation to undertake any regulated activity under § 490-5 on any property except as provided for in the approved SWM site plan and pursuant to the ... required by the SWM site plan pursuant to this chapter or to allow the property to remain in a condition that does not conform to the approved SWM site ...
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  289. § 600-140 General regulations for off-street parking.
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    ... standards to prevent excessive water flow onto streets or adjoining properties. In parking areas with five or more spaces, each space shall be clearly ... of the lot. All lighting shall be arranged to avoid glare on adjacent properties. No commercial motor vehicle with more than single rear wheels or ...
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  290. § 600-152 Permits.
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    ... If the person submitting the application is not the owner of the property upon which the sign is to be erected, the written consent of the owner of the property on which the sign is to be erected shall accompany the application. Except ...
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  291. § 600-209 Powers of Zoning Hearing Board.
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    ... following information: A sketch plan, at scale, showing the layout of the property, the proposed improvements and alterations thereto, and the relationship of the tract to adjacent properties. A reference to the section(s) of this chapter under which the variance or ...
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  292. Ch 187 Buildings, Damaged
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    ... where applicable.] GENERAL REFERENCES Blighted Property Review Committee — See Ch. 15 . Dangerous ... — See Ch. 417 , Art. I . Blighted and vacant properties — See Ch. 428 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Zoning — See Ch. 600 .
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  293. § DT-1 Derivation Table of 1987 Code of Ordinances to 2016 Code
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    ... 8, Tampering with Public Property REP Part 9, Distribution of ... Safety Part 1, Storage of Property Ch. 429 , Art. I Part 2, ... see Ch. 191 Part 6, Vacant Property Review Committee Ch. 15 Ch. ... Abatement for Deteriorated Property Ch. 523 , Art. IV Ch. 25, ...
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  294. § 34-6 Policy and definitions.
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    ... subjects covered, and certifications achieved. The Fire Department shall maintain inspection, maintenance, repair, and service records for all vehicles and equipment used for emergency operations. The Fire ...
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  295. § 112-6 Planting, removing, pruning and trimming shade trees.
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    ... danger. Carry out normal repair, upkeep, minor pruning and trimming. To prune, trim or cut for the maintenance of public utility facilities. To plant, remove, cut back, trim or prune shrubs and bushes in public ...
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  296. § 244-20 Purpose.
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    ... Chichester recognizes that there is a need to ensure that all work on public construction and maintenance contracts is performed by responsible, qualified firms that maintain the capacity, expertise, ...
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  297. § 323-26 Additional regulations.
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    ... surfaces must be surfaced with concrete, asphalt or other approved materials that facilitate maintenance and minimize dust. Soiled linens, coats and aprons shall be kept in verminproof containers with ...
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  298. § 505-16 Preliminary plan submission and review requirements.
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    ... to be dedicated or reserved for public or common use, together with the proposed manner of their maintenance if not located. Proposed locations of all buildings and parking areas together with an appropriate ...
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  299. Ch 274 Dumpsters and Storage Containers
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    ... . Amendments noted where applicable.] GENERAL REFERENCES Construction standards — See Ch. 240 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Solid waste — See Ch. 484 . Storage of building material — See Ch. 500 , Art. V ...
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  300. Ch 564 Water
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    ... histories. Amendments noted where applicable.] GENERAL REFERENCES Fire hydrants — See Ch. 298 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Sewers — See Ch. 455 . Stormwater management — See Ch. 490 .
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  301. Agendas — Board of Commissioners Meeting — 2018 — May 2018
    ... of Commissioners on the rezoning of certain properties from I – Industrial and C-2 – Commercial Highway, ... changing the zoning classification of certain properties from C-2 and I to I-C 2. Consider a motion ... Landscaping for the placing of 5 Boulders on the property at 405 Hidden Valley Way 2. Street Lighting & ...
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  302. § 1-4 Legislation saved from repeal; matters not affected by repeal.
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    ... the purchase, sale, lease or transfer of property or acquiring property by acceptance of deed, condemnation or exercise ... highway, sidewalk, park or other public place or property or designating various streets as public ...
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  303. § 455-20 Compliance monitoring.
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    ... the right to set up on the industrial user's property, or require installation of, such devices as are ... been refused access to a building, structure or property or any part thereof, and if the Enforcing Officer ... anything, may be searched and/or seized on the property described. Such warrant shall be served at ...
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  304. § 600-83 Special development regulations.
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    ... area or zone shall be provided on the industrial property at its boundary with the residential use or ... to the boundaries of adjacent residential properties or residentially zoned areas. Parking and ... to protect the surrounding streets and adjoining properties from direct glare or hazardous interference of ...
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  305. Ord. No. 725
    ... AMENDED, TO REZONE PROPERTIES IN UPPER CHICHESTER TOWNSHIP ... THE PERIMITER, AREAS OF THE PROPERTIES TO BE ARE SET FORTH IN THIS ... THE FOLIO NUMBERS FOR EACH PROPERTY TO BE REZONED ARESET ... classification of the properties within the legal descriptions ... set forth in the property folio numbers listed herein. ...
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  306. § 1-6 Changes and revisions in previously adopted legislation; new provisions.
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    ... whichever is appropriate. "Fire Cabinet" to "Fire Marshal." "Vacant Property Review Committee" to "Blighted Property Review Committee." In Chapter 600 , Zoning, references to "I Industrial ...
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  307. § 542-6 Violations and penalties.
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    ... of the following actions, subject to adequate notice to the owner of the property: Order the Inspection Officer to cause the immediate vacancy of the cited ... in any of the following ways: Attaching a municipal lien on the cited property; Civil action against the owner and/or occupant; or Sale of personality ...
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  308. § 600-43 Area and bulk regulations.
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    ... Building coverage: 25% of total tract, maximum. Setbacks: 50 feet from property lines and main roads. Distance between buildings: 35 feet. Height: two ... Such lighting is to not create a nuisance for residents of adjacent properties. Dimensions for two-family detached dwellings. Tract area: one acre. Lot ...
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  309. § 600-146 Scope and applicability.
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    ... of this article is a sign erected on and/or related to the use of a property which becomes vacant and unoccupied for a period of 60 days or more; or ... structure(s) shall be removed by the landowner or person controlling the property within 10 days of the abandonment as described above. The Building ...
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  310. Ch 490 Attachment 7 - Appendix G, Riparian Buffer Trail Guidelines
    ... clearings should not encroach on the riparian buffer in any way. Trail Maintenance The installation and maintenance of all trails should be performed in a manner that minimizes site ...
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  311. Ch 191 Buildings, Dangerous
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    ... where applicable.] GENERAL REFERENCES Blighted Property Review Committee — See Ch. 15 . Damaged ... — See Ch. 417 , Art. I . Blighted and vacant properties — See Ch. 428 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Zoning — See Ch. 600 .
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  312. § 191-8 Abatement by Township.
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    ... All costs of repair, vacation or demolition together with said penalty may be made a lien on the property.
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  313. § 313-4 Display fireworks.
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    ... of no less than $1,000,000 for the payment of damages caused to any person or persons, or to any property, by reason of the sale, display or discharge of any display fireworks arising from any acts of the ...
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  314. § 500-45 Termination.
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    ... of Upper Chichester under the permit. The Township of Upper Chichester condemns all of the property of a permit holder within the Township of Upper Chichester by the lawful exercise of eminent ...
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  315. § 500-46 Removal.
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    ... is not completed within six months of such notice, the Township of Upper Chichester may deem any property not removed as abandoned and the Township of Upper Chichester may remove it at the former permit ...
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  316. § 531-6 Exemptions.
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    ... produce of their own farms from a truck or other vehicle only while selling such on his/her own property. Persons who have been licensed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to engage in an activity ...
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  317. § 600-126 Administration of steep slope provisions.
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    ... Engineer: Site survey of the tract in question, leading to the submittal of a site plan of the property indicating existing grades with contour lines of two-foot intervals based on the United States ...
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  318. 600-136B{32} START OF CONSTRUCTION
    ... or foundations or the erection of temporary forms; nor does it include the installation on the property of accessory buildings, such as garages or sheds not occupied as dwelling units or not part of the ...
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  319. § 600-149 Signs exempt from permit.
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    ... name of the owner or occupant of a property, the address of such property, the private ownership of roadway or other property provided: Such sign is not in excess ... shall not be posted on Township property, except a political sign at polling ...
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  320. § 600-177 Regulations for gasoline service stations.
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    ... and driveways for ingress and egress. All pumps shall be located outside of buildings, on private property and in no case within 20 feet of any street right-of-way line, subject to such conditions and ...
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  321. § 600-185 Conversion of dwellings to nonresidential use.
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    ... area in which the conversion would take place and shall not detract from the use of an adjoining property. All requirements of the Pennsylvania Uniform Construction Code (UCC) and any other applicable ...
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  322. § 600-192 Standards for adult day-care centers.
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    ... street traffic. There shall be a planted buffer no less than five feet high along rear and side property lines adjacent to a residential district or use. Any alterations or additions to the exterior of an ...
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  323. § 600-194 Standards for collection and processing facilities.
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    ... collection and processing facilities shall be placed not less than 150 feet from a residential property. Trash and debris shall be cleaned up on a daily basis. The name and phone number of the person ...
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  324. § 600-214 Standards of proof.
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    ... welfare due to changes in traffic conditions, drainage, air quality, noise levels, neighborhood property values, natural features and neighborhood aesthetic characteristics. Be in accordance with the ...
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  325. § 600-148 Sign restrictions and standards.
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    ... suspended or hung on any property are temporary banners. ... located on public or private property or within public right-of-way ... permittee or owner of the property upon which it is located. The ... peril to persons or property to be removed summarily and ... to persons or damage to property. Every sign must be ...
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  326. § 34-9 Protective clothing and protective equipment.
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    ... be fully trained in the care, use, inspection, maintenance and limitations of the protective clothing and ... with the manufacturers' instructions. A maintenance and inspection program shall be established for ... to the safety officer, for the inspection, and maintenance. Protective clothing for structural firefighting. ...
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  327. § 505-31 Recreation and open space (dedication or fee in lieu).
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    ... becoming overburdened with the development and maintenance of many small, randomly planned and widely ... provisions to ensure retention and all future maintenance of such recreation areas by maintaining ownership ... an organization for the ownership and maintenance of the recreation area, and such organization ...
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  328. Ch 112 Shade Tree Commission
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    ... GENERAL REFERENCES Planning Commission — See Ch. 76 . Landscaping contractors — See Ch. 244 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Bamboo — See Ch. 429 , Art. III . Subdivision and land development — See Ch. ...
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  329. Ch 219 Carbon Monoxide Detectors
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    ... — See Ch. 60 , Art. II . Alarm devices — See Ch. 150 . Construction standards — See Ch. 240 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 .
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  330. Ch 228 Certificate of Zoning Classification
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    ... Ch. 219 . Construction standards — See Ch. 240 . Fire prevention and protection — See Ch. 307 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Zoning — See Ch. 600 .
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  331. Ch 307 Fire Prevention and Protection
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    ... standards — See Ch. 240 . Fire hydrants — See Ch. 298 . Fire insurance proceeds — See Ch. 302 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 .
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  332. Ch 417 Peace and Good Order
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    ... Disorderly conduct — See Ch. 256 . Drug paraphernalia — See Ch. 269 . Loitering — See Ch. 374 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 .
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  333. Ch 444 Refrigerators, Abandoned
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    ... noted where applicable.] GENERAL REFERENCES Dumpsters and storage containers — See Ch. 274 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Solid waste — See Ch. 484 . Abandoned and junked vehicles — See Ch. 548 .
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  334. Ch 536 Trees
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    ... GENERAL REFERENCES Shade Tree Commission — See Ch. 112 . Landscaping contractors — See Ch. 244 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Bamboo — See Ch. 429 , Art. III . Subdivision and land development — See Ch. ...
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  335. Ch 542 Vector Control
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    ... Ch. 240 . Dumpsters and storage containers — See Ch. 274 . Food establishments — See Ch. 323 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Abandoned refrigerators — See Ch. 444 . Solid waste — See Ch. 484 .
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  336. Ch 240 Construction Standards
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    ... See Ch. 334 . Historic preservation — See Ch. 351 . Blighted and vacant properties — See Ch. 428 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Sewers and sewage disposal — See Ch. 455 . Zoning — See ...
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  337. Ch 244 Contractors
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    ... See Ch. 334 . Historic preservation — See Ch. 351 . Blighted and vacant properties — See Ch. 428 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Trees — See Ch. 536 . Zoning — See Ch. 600 .
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  338. Ch 351 Historic Preservation
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    ... No. 605 . Amendments noted where applicable.] GENERAL REFERENCES Blighted Property Review Committee — See Ch. 15 . Planning Commission — See Ch. 76 . Shade ... . Contractors — See Ch. 244 . Grading and excavating — See Ch. 334 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Stormwater management — See Ch. 490 . Subdivision and ...
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  339. § 500-38 Fees and expenses.
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    ... the rights-of-way and costs of degradation of streets and right-of-way property. This fee will not be refunded in the event the application is denied. If ... the rights-of-way and costs of degradation of streets and right-of-way property. Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1 , General ...
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  340. § 542-7 Regulations.
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    General requirements for all property owners. The interior and exterior of all premises shall be maintained in a ... be held responsible for the extermination of vectors rather than the property owner when the unit or space occupied by the occupant or lessee is the ...
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  341. § 600-206 Permits.
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    ... that the proposed building or alteration and the proposed use of the property comply with the provisions of this chapter. Permits shall be granted or ... of this chapter. Prior to the transfer of ownership, lease or use of property, a certificate of occupancy must be obtained from the Zoning Officer. A ...
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  342. 191-1A{2} DANGEROUS BUILDING
    ... living therein; Those which have parts thereof which are so attached that they may fall and injure property or members of the public; Those which lack illumination, ventilation or sanitation facilities or ...
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  343. § 429-3 Storage requirements.
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    Storage of such items as listed in § 429-2 hereof on personal property shall be permitted only in strict compliance with the regulations provided herein or with stricter ...
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  344. § 455-48 Compliance monitoring; inspection and sampling.
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    ... and the Southern Delaware County Authority shall have the right to enter upon the user's property, or require installation of such devices as are necessary to conduct sampling and/or metering of ...
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  345. § 500-36 Duration and suspension of right-of-way permit.
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    ... has occurred: The permit holder shall have caused damage to the Township of Upper Chichester property or the right-of-way without the prior consent to the Township of Upper Chichester (except in the ...
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  346. § 523-9 Duties of Tax Collector.
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    ... fee charged for the same service by the Delaware County Tax Claim Bureau. Such fees shall be the property of the Tax Collectors in office from time to time.
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  347. § 600-2 Purpose.
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    ... of land; blight; danger and congestion in travel and transportation; or loss of health, life or property from fire, flood, panic or other danger. Provide for the use of land within the municipality for ...
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  348. § 600-75 Special development regulations.
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    ... gases or other impacts in excess of the standards in Article XXIII . Buffer area. Along each property line which abuts a residential district, there shall be a buffer area in which no building or ...
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  349. § 600-97 Design standards.
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    ... than 75 feet from the perimeter property line of the PRD, except for signs ... near the perimeter of the property shall be designed to be harmonious ... be provided along all perimeter property lines except at points of vehicular ... adjacent developed or undeveloped properties and streets. The design and ...
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  350. § 600-125 Standards for approval of special exception uses.
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    ... mitigate potential adverse environmental impacts. The potential impact of the proposal on adjacent properties. The degree to which the proposal is consistent with the objectives in § 600-119 . Prior to ...
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  351. § 600-143 Design and layout of off-street loading facilities.
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    ... to prevent nuisance of dust, erosion or excessive water flow across streets and adjoining properties. All off-street loading berths shall be provided on either the side or rear of the lot. In no case ...
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  352. § 302-1 Use of fire insurance proceeds.
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    ... penalties or user charges against the property ("municipal claims"), or there are expenses which ... securing of a building or other structure on the property (collectively "municipal expenses"), the Upper ... claims or municipal expenses against the property; or Specifying the nature and amount of such ...
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  353. § 405-3 Prohibited conduct.
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    ... structures, signs or fixtures, or any other property of the Township of Upper Chichester located ... or other dangerous weapons which have such properties as to cause annoyance or injury to any person or property, unless permission has been granted by the ...
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  354. § 600-205 Enforcement; violations and penalties.
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    ... intends to take action. The location of the property in violation. The specific violation with a ... or any aggrieved owner or tenant of real property who shows that his property or person will be substantially affected by the ...
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  355. Ch 34 Fire Department
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    ... 298 . Fire insurance proceeds — See Ch. 302 . Fire prevention and protection — See Ch. 307 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 .
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  356. Ch 323 Food Establishments
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    ... and storage containers — See Ch. 274 . Entertainment and temporary uses — See Ch. 282 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Sewers and sewage disposal — See Ch. 455 . Solid waste — See Ch. 484 . Vector ...
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  357. Ch 455 Sewers and Sewage Disposal
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    ... standards — See Ch. 240 . Contractors — See Ch. 244 . Grading and excavating — See Ch. 334 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Stormwater management — See Ch. 490 . Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 500 . ...
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  358. Ch 484 Solid Waste
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    ... Construction standards — See Ch. 240 . Dumpsters and storage containers — See Ch. 274 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Abandoned refrigerators — See Ch. 444 . Litter from vehicles — See Ch. 500 , ...
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  359. Ch 490 Stormwater Management
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    ... — See Ch. 76 . Construction standards — See Ch. 240 . Grading and excavating — See Ch. 334 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Sewers — See Ch. 455 . Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 500 . Subdivision and ...
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  360. Ch 500 Streets and Sidewalks
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    ... shelters — See Ch. 212 . Fire hydrants — See Ch. 298 . Grading and excavating — See Ch. 334 . Property maintenance — See Ch. 429 . Sewers — See Ch. 455 . Solid waste — See Ch. 484 . Stormwater management — See ...
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  361. § 1-3 Inconsistent legislation repealed.
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    ... 6: Part 1, False Reports to Police; Part 2, Disorderly Practice; Part 8, Tampering with Public Property; and Part 9, Distribution of Lewd Materials. In Chapter 7 : Part 3, Smoke Detectors. Chapter 8, ...
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  362. § 60-12 Powers and duties.
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    ... of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1 , General Provisions, Art. I ). To inspect all buildings and all properties and to enforce the State and Township Fire Code. To assist firefighting units by surveying ...
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  363. § 112-7 Permit application.
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    ... necessary, the Commission may also require a certification of insurance against personal injury or property damage, which certification shall also include workers' compensation insurance, and general ...
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  364. § 244-13 Administration and enforcement; certificate of insurance.
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    ... and maintain at his expense during the life of this registration such public liability insurance, property damage, products liability and completed operations insurance (single limits: $500,000). Blasting ...
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  365. § 505-13 Application and submission process.
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    ... After submitting a preliminary plan, the owner or representative of the owner shall notify all property owners within a five-hundred-foot radius of the parcel/tract boundary in question. Such notice ...
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  366. § 600-135 Variances.
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    ... in increased premium rates for flood insurance. Such variances may increase the risks to life and property. In reviewing any request for a variance, the Township shall consider, at a minimum, the following: ...
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  367. § 600-159 Accessory structures.
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    ... utility sheds, gazebos, screen rooms shall be as follows: They may be installed or erected on any property within the Township without the placement of footers or foundations beneath, provided that, for the ...
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  368. § 600-172 Screening regulations.
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    ... when planted, and no plantings shall be placed with their center closer than five feet from the property line of the tract. All existing trees within the required planted visual screen greater than three ...
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  369. Ch 490 Attachment 3 - Appendix C, Low Impact Development (LID) Practices
    ... and traffic designers should encourage narrower neighborhood streets which ultimately could lower maintenance.  Limiting Sidewalks to One Side of the Street. A sidewalk on one side of the street may suffice ...
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  370. § 71-3 Contributions.
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    ... be authorized to receive by gift, grant, devise or bequest, any money or property, real, personal or mixed, in trust for the benefit of the fund. The ... not inconsistent with this plan as the donors of such funds and property may prescribe.
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  371. § 429-10 Amendments.
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    ... as the height in inches for weeds and plant growth. Section 302 Exterior Property Areas is amended to add Section 302.10: [Added 10-9-2014 by Ord. No. ... standards to prevent excessive water flow onto streets or adjoining properties. 2. Parking or storage of disabled, partially dismantled or junk cars, ...
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  372. § 455-24 Judicial enforcement remedies.
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    ... introduces any substance into the POTW which causes personal injury or property damage shall, upon conviction, be guilty of a misdemeanor and be subject ... shall be in addition to any other cause of action for personal injury or property damage available under state law or federal law. Any user that knowingly ...
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  373. § 455-50 Judicial enforcement remedies.
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    ... of the Southern Delaware County Authority which causes personal injury or property damage shall, upon conviction, be guilty of a misdemeanor and be subject ... shall be in addition to any other cause of action for personal injury or property damage available under state law, or federal law. Any user that knowingly ...
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  374. § 555-29 All-terrain vehicles.
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    ... by the Township of Upper Chichester. Prior to operating an ATV on such property, duplicate signed copies of said consent shall be filed with the Township ... or maintain any all-terrain vehicle on any public sidewalk or any public property, including without limitation any park or recreation facility, except ...
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  375. § 600-190 General requirements for review of conditional uses.
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    ... to the Board of Commissioners and shall be accompanied by a plan of the property showing the details of the use proposed, along with such other written and ... and will not interfere with or detract from legitimate uses and adjacent properties and that adequate measures will be provided through building design, site ...
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  376. § 600-201 Performance standards.
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    ... No person shall operate or cause to be operated on private or public property any source of continuous sound (any sound that is static, fluctuating or ... limits set forth in the following table when measured at or within the property boundary of the receiving land use. Receiving Land Use Category Time Sound ...
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  377. § 455-49 Administrative enforcement remedies.
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    ... or other related appurtenances are installed and property operated. Compliance orders may also contain ... or preventative action as may be needed to property address a continuing or threatened violation, ... per month. A lien against the individual user's property will be sought for unpaid charges, fines and ...
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  378. § 455-15 Discharge standards; limitations.
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    ... sufficient to create a public nuisance, a hazard to life, or to prevent entry into the sewers for maintenance and repair. Any wastewater which imparts color which cannot be removed by the treatment process, ...
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  379. § 505-61 Street design.
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    ... on existing streets shall be required to increase the cartway along the frontage of subject property to conform with the standards in the table above or with standards in Table 2, § 505-35 , ...
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  380. § 600-144 Screening and landscaping requirements.
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    ... parking areas, which provide more than five parking spaces, shall be screened from any abutting property in a more restrictive zoning district. Effective screening may be accomplished through the use of ...
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  381. § 600-215 Appeals before Zoning Hearing Board and to court.
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    ... body certified to the Board facts indicating that such stay would cause imminent peril to life or property, in which case the development or official action shall not be stayed otherwise than by a ...
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  382. § 351-4 Demolition permit application process.
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    ... stories; Site plan showing all buildings, structures and features of the property; Reasons for demolition; Method of demolition; Approximate date of ... adapted. To that end, the owner must demonstrate that the sale of the property is impracticable, and that rental cannot provide a reasonable rate of ...
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  383. § 600-150 Permit required for certain signs.
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    ... However, one additional freestanding sign may be erected in the case of a property with more than one street frontage. The height of freestanding signs shall ... direct access to a parking area, unless such establishment is a corner property, in which case one such sign may be erected on each wall with access to ...
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  384. § 455-18 Wastewater discharge permit issuance process.
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    ... fees for the management of the wastewater discharged to POTW. Requirements, for installation and maintenance of inspection and sampling facilities and equipment. A statement that compliance with the ...
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  385. § 490-18 Stormwater peak rate control.
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    ... increased twenty-five-year storm event runoff without creating any increased hazard to persons or property. Culverts, bridges, storm sewers or any other hydraulic facilities which must pass or convey flows ...
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  386. § 600-130 Administration; violations and penalties.
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    ... erection of temporary forms; nor does it include the installation on the property of accessory buildings, such as garages or sheds not occupied as dwelling ... of 30 days for the performance of any act it requires; Be served upon the property owner or his agent as the case may require; provided, however, that such ...
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  387. § 505-35 Street design.
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    ... shall be provided as necessary, and located so as to allow proper development of surrounding properties. Where a subdivision or land development abuts or contains an existing street right-of-way of ...
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  388. § 555-42 Residential permit parking.
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    ... who shall be only the owner or the driver of a motor vehicle who resides on or is a proprietor of property immediately adjacent to a street or other location within a residential parking permit area. A ...
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  389. § 18-1 Scope; definitions.
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    ... of the proceedings of the Commission and have charge of the books, records, papers, and other property; Notify the Commission when examinations are necessary and the dates when they will be held; Cause ...
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  390. § 455-23 Administrative enforcement remedies.
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    ... interest shall accrue thereafter at a rate of 1/2% per month. A lien against the individual user's property will be sought for unpaid charges, fines, and penalties. Users desiring to dispute such fines must ...
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  391. Ch 76 Planning Commission
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    ... of the 1987 Code of Ordinances). Amendments noted where applicable.] GENERAL REFERENCES Blighted Property Review Committee — See Ch. 15 . Shade Tree Commission — See Ch. 112 . Historic preservation — See ...
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  392. Ch 600 Zoning
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    ... 12-13-2012 by Ord. No. 678 . Amendments noted where applicable.] GENERAL REFERENCES Blighted Property Review Committee — See Ch. 15 . Planning Commission — See Ch. 76 . Business use registration — ...
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