​Ordinances

Code of Ordinances:

Our code of ordinances is now available online in a fully searchable format!  Please click the below image to view our code on the eCode360 system.  New ordinances will be included in this system with an annual update.

New Ordinances: 

Ordinance 619 - minor code changes

About Ordinances:

 

Ordinances are local laws.  They usually regulate persons or property and usually relate to a matter of general and permanent nature.  Ordinances must be approved by vote of Council.  Some ordinances require a public hearing be held prior to consideration.

Ordinances will be incorporated into the Borough Code annually.  Ordinances approved by Council since the most recent annual update supersede the referenced section(s) of the code, and these ordinances will be incorporated into the code during the next update.

Resolutions

Current Year Resolutions:

Resolution 1-2020 fee schedule

Resolution 2-2020 Berkheimer

Resolution 3-2020 ECTCC delegates

Resolution 4-2020 EACOG delegates

Resolution 5-2020 records disposition

Resolution 6-2020 EACOG audit

Prior Year Resolutions:

Resolution 1-2019 fee schedule

Resolution 2-2019 Berkheimer

Resolution 3-2019 ECTCC

Resolution 4-2019 EACOG

Resolution 5-2019 records disposition

Resolution 6-2019 pension policy

Resolution 7-2019 sewer rates

Resolution 8-2019 EOP

Resolution 9-2019 CSC appointments

Resolution 10-2019 CSC Consortium

Resolution 11-2019 CSC rules

Resolution 12-2019 road maintenance

Resolution 13-2019 food vendor fee

Resolution 14-2019 CSC appointments

Resolution 15-2019 CDBG change

Resolution 16-2019 liquor license transfer

Resolution 17-2019 rental license fee

Resolution 18-2019 sewer plan revision

Resolution 19-2019 CDBG

Resolution 20-2019 wastewater revision

Resolution 21-2019 budget 2020

Resolution 22-2019 EACOG budget

Resolution 23-2019 GASB 54

​About Resolutions:

A resolution is a formal expression of opinion, intent, or policy by Borough Council.  They are typically considered temporary in nature, since a resolution can be approved or repealed with a single vote of Council.  Resolutions do not require formal advertisement or hearings, unlike ordinances.  Examples of subject matter for Council resolutions include approval of the disposition of records, a workplace policy or manual, or fees to be charged by the Borough.

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