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October 24, 2019



ORDINANCE ADOPTION ADVERTISEMENT

The Borough of Roaring Spring shall adopt the following Ordinances, at the Regular meeting to be held on November 12, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. at the Municipal Building 616 Spang Street, Roaring Spring, PA.

Lisa A. Peel Borough Manager

ORDINANCE NO.

AN ORDINANCE OF ROARING SPRING BOROUGH, BLAIR COUNTY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, ELECTING TO AMEND ITS POLICE PENSION PLAN ADMINISTERED BY THE PENNSYLVANIA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT SYSTEM PURSUANT TO ARTICLE IV OF THE PENNSYLVANIA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT LAW; AGREEING TO BE BOUND BY ALL PROVISIONS OF THE PENNSYLVANIA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT LAW AS AMENDED AND AS APPLICABLE TO MEMBER MUNICIPALITIES. IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED BY ROARING SPRING BOROUGH, BLAIR COUNTY, AS FOLLOWS:

SECTION I. Roaring Spring Borough (the Borough), having established a police pension plan administered by the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System (the System), hereby elects to amend its Police Pension Plan administered by the System in accordance with Article IV of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law, 53 P.S.  §881.101 et seq. (Retirement Law), and does hereby agree to be bound by all the requirements and provisions of the Retirement Law and the Municipal Pension Plan Funding Standard and Recovery Act, 53 P.S. §895.101 et seq., and to assume all obligations, financial and otherwise, placed upon member municipalities.

SECTION II. As part of this Ordinance, the Borough agrees that the System shall administer and provide the benefits set forth in the amended Police Pension Plan Document entered into between the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Board and the Borough effective as of the date specified in the adoption agreement (the Contract).

SECTION III The Borough acknowledges that by passage and adoption of this Ordinance, the Borough officially accepts the Contract and the financial obligations resulting from the administration of the Contract.

SECTION IV. Payment for any obligation established by the adoption of this Ordinance and the contract shall be made by the Borough in accordance with the Retirement Law and the Municipal Pension Plan Funding Standard and Recovery Act. The Borough hereby assumes all liability for any unfundedness created due to the benefit structure set forth in the Contract.

SECTION V. The Borough intends this Ordinance to be the complete authorization of the Contract, as amended and it shall become effective as of the date specified in the adoption agreement, which is the effective date of the Contract, as amended.

SECTION VI. A duly certified copy of this Ordinance and an executed Contract shall be filed with the System

ORDAINED this___________ day of _________ ,20__

TALLY OF VOTES -- YEAS______ NAYS_________

ATTEST:

Reviewed by PMRS Legal Counsel ___________________

ORDINANCE NO.

AN ORDINANCE OF ROARING SPRING BOROUGH, BLAIR COUNTY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, ELECTING TO AMEND ITS NON-UNIFORM PENSION PLAN ADMINISTERED BY THE PENNSYLVANIA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT SYSTEM PURSUANT TO ARTICLE IV OF THE PENNSYLVANIA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT LAW; AGREEING TO BE BOUND BY ALL PROVISIONS OF THE PENNSYLVANIA MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT LAW AS AMENDED AND AS APPLICABLE TO MEMBER MUNICIPALITIES. IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED BY ROARING SPRING BOROUGH, BLAR COUNTY, AS FOLLOWS:

SECTION I. Roaring Spring Borough (the Borough), having established a non-uniform pension plan administered by the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System (the System), hereby elects to amend its Non-Uniform Pension Plan administered by the System in accordance with Article IV of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law, 53 P.S. §881.101 et seq. (Retirement Law), and does hereby agree to be bound by all the requirements and provisions of the Retirement Law and the Municipal Pension Plan Funding Standard and Recovery Act, 53 P.S. §895.101 et seq., and to assume all obligations, financial and otherwise, placed upon member municipalities.

SECTION II. As part of this Ordinance, the Borough agrees that the System shall administer and provide the benefits set forth in the amended Non-Uniform Pension Plan Document entered into between the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Board and the Borough effective as of the date specified in the adoption agreement (the Contract).

SECTION III. The Borough acknowledges that by passage and adoption of this Ordinance, the Borough officially accepts the Contract and the financial obligations resulting from the administration of the Contract.

SECTION IV. Payment for any obligation established by the adoption of this Ordinance and the Contract shall be made by the Borough in accordance with the Retirement Law and the Municipal Pension Plan Funding Standard and Recovery Act. The Borough hereby assumes all liability for any unfundedness created due to the benefit structure set forth in the Contract.

SECTION V. The Borough intends this Ordinance to be the complete authorization of the Contract, as amended and it shall become effective as of the date specified in the adoption agreement, which is the effective date of the Contract, as amended.

SECTION VI. A duly certified copy of this Ordinance and an executed Contract shall be filed with the System.

ORDAINED this___________ day of _________ ,20__

TALLY OF VOTES -- YEAS______ NAYS_________

ATTEST:

Reviewed by PMRS Legal Counsel ____________________

Estate Notice

Letters have been granted on the Estate of the following decedent to the representative named who requests all persons having claims against the Estate of the decedent to make known the same to her or her attorney, and all persons indebted to the decedent to make payment to her without delay.

In the matter of the estate of Nancy J. Myers, late of North Woodbury Township, Blair County, Pennsylvania

Executrix

Jaynne S. Bowers

206 Oakdale Road

Martinsburg, PA 16662

Attorney

Sean M. Burke, Esq.

McQuaide Blasko, Inc.

Gateway Centre

601 Hawthorne Drive,

Suite 2A

Hollidaysburg, PA 16648

Notice

The Board of Supervisors of Greenfield Township, Blair County hereby notifies all interested parties that a SPECIAL BUDGET MEETING will be held on Tuesday, October 29, 2019, at 12:30 p.m. The purpose of the special meeting is to prepare the proposed 2020 budget and such other business as may become necessary may also be conducted. The meeting will be held at the Greenfield Township building located at 477 Ski Gap Road, Claysburg PA 16625.

The 2020 tentative budget will be available for public inspection at the Greenfield Township building from November 13, 2019, until December 3, 2019, at which time the 2020 budget will be formally adopted at the regular Board of Supervisors meeting at 7:30 p.m.

If you are a person with a disability and wish to attend this special meeting and require an auxiliary aide, service or other accommodation to participate, please contact Township Secretary Arlene Kuntz at (814)239-5313 to discuss how the Township may best accommodate your needs.

Greenfield Township

Arlene Kuntz, Secretary-Treasurer

Notice

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the provisions of the Second Class Township Code that the Board of Supervisors of Taylor Township, Blair County, Pennsylvania, will consider the enactment of an Ordinance at a regular business meeting on November 4, 2019, at 5:30 p.m. at the Taylor Township Municipal Building, 7217 Woodbury Pike, Roaring Spring, PA 16673. The Ordinance is captioned:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF TAYLOR, PENNSYLVANIA APPROVING AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT FOR STREET ADDRESSING BY THE COUNTY OF BLAIR

Section 1 describes the title of the Ordinance; Section 2 describes the authority of Taylor Township to adopt the Ordinance; Section 3 approves the execution of an intergovernmental cooperation agreement between Taylor Township and Blair County; Section 4 describes the terms of the intergovernmental cooperation agreement; Section 5 incorporates the terms of the intergovernmental cooperation agreement into the Ordinance; Section 6 authorizes the Chair and Secretary to sign the intergovernmental cooperation agreement; Section 7 repeals prior inconsistent ordinances and provides for severability; Section 8 provides that the Ordinance will become effective upon the earliest date provided by law.

The full text of the proposed Ordinance may be reviewed, and copies thereof may be obtained, at the Taylor Township Municipal Building, 7217 Woodbury Pike, Roaring Spring, PA 16673 during regular business hours Mon. thru Thurs., 9am –3pm.

Barbara M. Greenleaf, Secretary/Treasurer

Taylor Township

7217 Woodbury Pike

Roaring Spring, PA 16673

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO BE HELD BY THE

ROARING SPRING BOROUGH COUNCIL TO TAKE

COMMENT CONCERNING AMENDMENTS TO SECTIONS 202, 501.C1and 503.C3 OF THE ROARING SPRING

BOROUGH ZONING ORDINANCE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at 5:30 p.m., at the Roaring Spring Borough Building, 616 Spang Street, Roaring Spring, PA 16673, the Borough Council of Roaring Spring, Blair County, PA will hold a public hearing to receive public comment concerning the proposed passage of amendments to Sections 202, 501.C1and 503.C3 of the Roaring Spring Borough Zoning Ordinance (the “Ordinance Amendments”).

The Ordinance Amendments are as follows:

SECTION 202. Definition of Terms shall be amended to include the following definitions:

BREWERY – A facility that brews ales, beers, meads, and/or similar beverages onsite.

BREWERY PUB — A facility where malt or brewed beverages are manufactured onsite. The brewery may sell, transport and deliver malt beverages to various offsite locations; however, the majority of the manufactured malt or brewed beverage products are sold and consumed on-premises.

CLUB/LODGE – A business establishment operated for social, recreational, educational or fraternal purposes, some serving alcoholic beverages where permitted, but open only to members and their guests.

RESTAURANT/SIT DOWN, LOW TURNOVER — A restaurant where customers are served at a table or counter by a restaurant employee and given an individual menu. Included in this group are restaurants that serve cocktails or have cocktail lounges.

SIDEWALK CAFÉ - An extension of the services of an existing establishment, including, but not limited to, serving food and beverages for consumption within an existing building, to the extent that food and beverages are permitted to be served and consumed at tables placed on the public sidewalk adjacent to and within the confines of the frontage of that portion of the building in which the establishment is situated. A sidewalk cafe contains readily removable tables and chairs, is enclosed by rope and stanchion unless some other barrier system is approved by the Borough as an architectural design element, and shall be otherwise open to the air.

TAVERN, BAR, PUB - a building or part thereof primarily engaged in the retail sale and the on-site consumption of alcoholic beverages by consenting adults. This definition includes, but is not limited to, beer gardens, cocktail lounges, saloons and taprooms. Restaurants that serve alcoholic beverages but are primary engaged in the retail sale of prepared food are not included in this definition.

SECTION 501. C1(A) – Central Business Commercial District – Permitted Uses shall be amended to the following:

18. Eating establishments which do not include the sale or use of alcoholic beverages.

SECTION 503. C3 – Highway Commercial shall be amended to add the following:

H. Conditional Use:

1. Brewery

2. Brewery Pub

3. Club/Lodge

4. Restaurant/Sit Down Low Turnover

5. Sidewalk Café

6. Tavern, Bar or Pub

In addition to the standards and criteria set forth in Section 1010. Conditional Uses, the following shall be applicable:

1. All such establishments must be fully licensed by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board and must meet all applicable rules, statutes and regulations imposed by law.

2. The hours of operation and activities must be appropriately scheduled to protect the existing neighborhood from detrimental noise, disturbance or interruption.

3. The owner and operator of the establishment shall be responsible for the conduct and safety of the patrons.

4. No more than one (1) identification sign shall be permitted and the sign shall be a ground or a wall sign. The graphic area of the sign shall not exceed forty (40) square feet.

In the event that any person would want a copy of the Ordinance Amendments, he or she may contact Larry D. Lashinsky, Esquire, 415 Wayne Street, Hollidaysburg, PA 16648 at 814-695-5687 to request that a copy of the Ordinance by sent electronically or by United States mail.

The Ordinance has been reviewed by the Roaring Spring Planning Commission and the Blair County Planning Commission and the Commissions’ comments will be submitted as part of the record at the public hearing.

Larry D. Lashinsky, Esquire, Solicitor for Roaring Spring Borough

Notice

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to the provisions of the Second Class Township Code, that the Board of Supervisors of Catharine Township, Blair County, Pennsylvania will consider the enactment of an Ordinance at a regular business meeting on November 21, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. at the Catharine Township Municipal Building, 129 Recreation Drive, Williamsburg, PA 16693. The Ordinance is captioned:

AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING AN ON-LOT SEWAGE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM ORDINANCE GOVERNING MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT OF ON-LOT SEWAGE DISPOSAL FACILITIES IN CATHARINE TOWNSHIP, BLAIR COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

Section 1 describes the name and purpose of the Ordinance; Section 2 defines terms used in the Ordinance; Section 3 provides that the Ordinance shall apply to all persons owning any property serviced by an on-lot sewage disposal system; Section 4 sets forth permit requirements for construction or alteration of an on-lot sewage disposal system; Section 5 provides for initial and routine inspections by an authorized agent of Catharine Township; Section 6 prohibits certain discharges into an on-lot sewage disposal system; Section 7 requires persons to perform certain regular maintenance of on-lot sewage disposal systems; Section 8 provides for the rehabilitation of malfunctioning systems; Section 9 provides for liens to be entered in accordance with law; Section 10 governs the disposal of septage; Section 11 provides for the administration of the Ordinance; Section 12 provides for appeals from decisions of the Township; Section 13 provides for penalties for violations of the Ordinance; Section 14 repeals prior inconsistent ordinances; and Section 15 provides for severability.

The full text of the proposed Ordinance may be reviewed, and copies thereof may be obtained, at the Catharine Township Municipal Building, 129 Recreation Drive, Williamsburg, PA 16693 during regular business hours.

Eleanor K. Harclerode

Secretary/Treasurer

Catharine Township

129 Recreation Drive

Williamsburg, PA 16693

David A. Pertile, Solicitor

Hippo, Fleming & Pertile

1218 Eleventh Avenue; P.O. Box 550

Altoona, PA 16603-0550

Monthly Meeting

The regular November monthly meeting for the North Woodbury Township Board of Supervisors has been rescheduled from Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 6 p.m. to Thursday, November 14, 2019 at 6 p.m. at the Township office which is located at 113 Cranberry Road, Martinsburg, PA 16662. If you are a disabled person who would need assistance at said meeting please contact the Township Secretary in person or by calling (814) 793-4357.

North Woodbury Township

Supervisors

Executor Notice

Estate of Richard S. Hoover, late of Martinsburg Borough, Blair County, letters testamentary on said estate having been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted thereto are requested to make payment and those having claims against the same will present them without delay to

Executor

Kelly D. Hoover

114 E. Penn Street

Martinsburg, PA 16662

Attorney

Shawn P. Sullivan, Esq.

Haberstroh, Sullivan & George, LLP

113 E. Allegheny Street

Martinsburg, PA 16662

Executrix Notice

Estate of Robert W. Wagner, late of North Woodbury Township, Blair County, letters testamentary on said estate having been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted thereto are requested to make payment and those having claims against the same will present them without delay to

Executrix

Doris A. Wagner

2123 Cove Lane

Martinsburg, PA 16662

Attorney

Shawn P. Sullivan, Esq.

Haberstroh, Sullivan & George, LLP

113 E. Allegheny Street

Martinsburg, PA 16662

 

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