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Newly Adopted Ordinances & Resolutions

The Ordinances and Resolutions below were recently adopted by the Board of Commissioners but currently have not been codified in the Salisbury Township Code of Ordinances book.

Ordinances

Ordinance No. 07-2018-618 – Amending Chapter 1, Part 13 of the Salisbury Township Code of Ordinances with the respect to the Salisbury Township open records policy to designate an alternate records officer.

Ordinance No. 06-2018-617 – Amending Part 12 of Chapter 1, entitled Schedule of Fees, to the Code of Ordinances, as amended, to establish an administrative fee for preparing certifications of water, sewer, and/or refuse billing fees, municipal liens and other assessments filed against properties in the Township.

Ordinance No. 04-2018-616 – Amending Part 1 regarding outdoor fires of Chapter 7 entitled “Fire Prevention and Fire Protection” of the Salisbury Township Code of Ordinances to promulgate rules and regulations with respect to outdoor burning within the Township and establishing which materials may or may not be burned.

Ordinance No. 12-2017-615 – Setting and reaffirming the rates of taxation, fixing the tax rate for the year 2018 and appropriating specific sums estimated to be required for the specific purposes of the Township government during the current fiscal year.

Ordinance No. 10-2017-614 – Amending Chapter 27 of the Salisbury Township Code of Ordinances entitled “Zoning” to include regulations for the establishment, contruction, and operation of medical marijuana facilities.

Ordinance No. 09-2017-613 – Amending Chapter 18, Part 4 of the Salisbury Township Code of Ordinances, commonly known as the “Salisbury Township Industrial Waste Disposal and Discharge Ordinance”

Ordinance No. 06-2017-612 – Amending Section 15-407 of the Salisbury Township Code of Ordinances Chapter 15, Motor Vehicles, Part 4, general parking regulations to establish a handicap parking space at the North East curb line of 33rd Street SW, 85 feet East from the fire hydrant at the intersection of Devonshire and 33rd Street SW

Ordinance No. 06-2017-611 – Amending Part 1 of Chapter 11, entitled housing, of the Code of Ordinances, as amended, establishing regulations requiring moving permits for relocation of residents and businesses, the transport of personal property and household goods, and setting the moving permit fee to $10

Ordinance No. – 02-2017-610 – Amending Chapt. 1 Part 6(A) of the code of ordinances to comply with the collective bargaining agreement -REVISION of the definition of “compensation” to not include any payments made for the waiver of health/medical coverage.

Ordinance No. – 12-2016-609 – Setting and reaffirming the rate of taxation, fixing the Tax Rate for the Year 2017 and appropriating specific sums Estimated to be required for the specific purposes of the Township Government during the current Fiscal Year.

Ordinance No. – 12-2016-608 – Amending ordinance No. 03-2015-595 with respect to: add section 27-306.3Y Beekeeping permitted accessory use in all districts; amend section207-307.2C Table of requirements for the C-1 Zoning District; amend section27-403.4M(2) Residential accessory building on a lot of one acre or less in a residential district; amend section27-704.3 special sale displays and the required permit fee; and to amend section 27-704.4C Signs on mobile stands and the required permit fee.

Ordinance No. 11-2016-607 – Amending Section 407 of The Salisbury Township Code of Ordinances Chapter 15, Motor Vehicles, Part 4, General Parking Regulations to Establish a Handicap Parking Space in Front of the Residence of 3305 Capital Street

Ordinance No. 08-2016-606 – An Ordinance Amending Chapter 10, Part 1 Entitled “Weeds” and Part 2 Entitled “Private Property Maintenance” of the Salisbury Township Code of Ordinances to Include Additional Regulations Concerning Height of Weeds, Unregistered Vehicles, Fences and Swimming Pools

Ordinance No. 08-2016-605 – An Ordinance Amending Sections 402, 404, and 405 of Chapter 2, Part 4 of the Salisbury Township Code of Ordinances to Include Owners of Real Estate to be Held Responsible in Connection with Animal Noise Regulations.

Ordinance No. 03-2016-604 – Amending Section 214 of Chapter 15, Part 2 “Traffic Regulations” of the Code of Ordinances to Require Stop Signage at Certain Intersections Within the Township and Penalties for Violation of the Ordinance

Ordinance No. 03-2016-603 – Amending Section 201.1 of Chapter 15, Part 2, “Traffic Regulations” of the Code of Ordinances to Establish Maximum Speed Limits on Fairview Road Within the Township

Ordinance No. 03-2016-602 – Amending Chapter 7 of the Code of Ordinances Entitled “Fire Prevention and Fire Protection”

Ordinance No. 02-2016-600 – Private Property Maintenance

Ordinance No. 02-2016-599 – Amending Section 503 of Part 5 Entitled “Police Department” of Chapter 1 of the Code of Ordinances to Establish the Ranks of the Police Department

Resolutions

Resolution No. 07-2018-1613 – To adopt the Salisbury Township Pollutant Reduction Plan.

Resolution No. 07-2018-1612 – Authorizing the Township’s sale/trade of vehicles and other equipment identified herein by means of Municibid or trade-in pursuant to costars purchases for new vehicles, or by public bid or auction consistent with the requirements of the first class Township code and the Township Code of Ordinances.

Resolution No. . 06-2018-1611 – Expressing the appreciation of the members of the Board of Commissioners to Ronald Rindock for his years of service to the Township and its citizens.

Resolution No.  06-2018-1610 – Approving the retirement benefits for Ronald Rindock.

Resolution No.. 06-2018-1609 – Authorizing the Township’s sale/trade of vehicles and other equipment identified herein by means of Municibid or trade-in pursuant to the costars purchases of new vehicles, or by public bid or auction consistent with the requirements of the first class Township code and the Township Code of Ordinances.

Resolution No. 05-2018-1608 – Approving the preliminary/final land development plan of Roche Painting.

Resolution No. 04-2018-1607 – proving preliminary/final land development plan of Lehigh Valley Health Network Children’s Hospital addition.

Resolution No. 03-2018-1606 – Approving the following waivers for the grading plan for 1100 South 24th Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania

Resolution No. 03-2018-1605 – Upgrading permit fees listed in Chapter 1, Part 12 of the Salisbury Township Codified Ordinance

Resolution No. 03-2018-1604 – Resolved that the Commissioners of the Township of Salisbury hereby adopt and submit to DEP for its approval as a revision to the “Official Sewage Facilities Plan” of the municipality

Resolution No. 02-2018-1603 – Authorizing the Township Manager to execute a grant application and providing a fifteen percent (15%) match commitment to undertake the project known as Salisbury Township Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation 201.

Resolution No. 01-2018-1602 – Expressing the appreciation of the members of the Board of Commissioners to William Licht, PH.D for his years of service to the Township and its citizens.

Resolution No. 01-2018-1601 – Expressing the appreciation of the members of the Board of Commissioners to Stephen McKitish for his years of service to the Township and its citizens.

Resolution No. 01-2018-1600 – Expressing the appreciation of the members of the Board of Commissioners to James Kelley for his years of service to the Township and its citizens.

Resolution No. 01-2018-1599 – Appointing a representative of the Township on the Allentown Public Library Board

Resolution No. 01-2018-1598 – Naming an auditor to audit the Township accounts for fiscal years 2017-2019 and establishing compensation for services.

Resolution No. 01-2018-1597 – Appointing Cynthia Sopka as Township Flood Plain Administrator

Resolution No. 01-2018-1596 – Appointing the primary township building code officer for the Township of Salisbury

Resolution No. 01-2018-1595 – Appointing a primary sewage enforcement officer and alternate sewage enforcement officer for the Township

Resolution No. 01-2018-1594 – Appointing Hanover Engineering Associates as the alternate Township Engineer for the Township of Salisbury

Resolution No. 01-2018-1593 – Appointing Keystone Consulting Engineers, Inc. as the Township Engineer for the Township of Salisbury

Resolution No. 01-2018-1592 – Appointing Cathy Bonaskiewich as Assistant Township Treasurer

Resolution No. 01-2018-1591 – Appointing John Ashley, Esquire as the Township Solicitor and establishing the manner of compensation of the Solicitor for the Township of Salisbury

Resolution No. 01-2018-1590 – Appointing Linda J. Minger as Township Treasurer

Resolution No. 01-2018-1589 – Appointing Shemaine Wilson as Assistant Township Secretary

Resolution No. 01-2018-1588 – Appointing Cathy Bonaskiewich as Township Secretary

Resolution No. 01-2018-1587 – Setting the bond amount for the Township Tax Collector for the years 2018-2021

Resolution No. 12-2017-1586 – Amending Section 302(3) of Chapter 20, Part 3, entitled “Municipal Solid Waste Collection Charges” of the Salisbury Township Code of Ordinances to set the billing rate for Municipal solid waste and recycling collection services and amending the schedule of fees listed in Chapter 1, Part 12 to include said fees.

Resolution No. 12-2017-1585 – Amending Section 102(1.A) of Chapter 26, “water”, Part 1, of the Salisbury Township Code of Ordinances, to adjust and set the water rate and amending the schedule of fees listed in Chapter 1, Part 12.

Resolution No. 12-2017-1584 – Expressing the appreciation of the members of the Board of Commissioners to James A. Brown for his years of service to the Township and its citizens.

Resolution No. 12-2017-1583 – Providing for a reduction in the year 2018 of the amount which members of the Salisbury Township Police Department are required to contribute to the Salisbury Township Police Pension Fund.

Resolution No. 12-2017-1582 – Providing for the waiver of the amount which Salisbury Township Non-Uniformed employees are required to contribute to the  Pennsylvania Municipal Non-Uniformed Pension Plan for year 2018.

Resolution No. 12-2017-1581 – Authorize submission of an application for traffic signal approval to PENNDOT.

Resolution No. 10-2017-1580 – To delegate authority to certain individuals to assign fund balances as necessary in accordance with the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) statement No. 54.

Resolution No. 09-2017-1579 – Appointing delegates to the tax collection committee pursuant to Act 32 of 2008.

Resolution No. 09-2017-1578 – Appointing members to serve on the Police Pension committee

Resolution No. 06-2017-1577 – Appointing Mr. Mike Sinko as the Township Animal Control officer and establishing salary for same.

Resolution No. 05-2017-1576 – Approving preliminary/final land development plan of Knopf Automotive Expansion

Resolution No. 04-2017-1575 – Authorizing the submission of a Keystone Communities program grant application, designating the official authorized to execute required documents and authorizing the commitment of Township funds to undertake the Phase 4 – Lindberg Park Rehabilitation Project

Resolution No. 04-2017-1574 – Approving the preliminary/final land development plan for Scott Volvo building addition

Resolution No. 04-2017-1573 – Appointing Cathy Bonaskiewich as Township Manager and Township Secretary effective April 1, 2017

Resolution No. 04-2017-1572 – Authorizing the Township Manager for Salisbury Township to execute a grant application and providing ten percent (10%) match commitment to undertake the project known as the 2017 Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Project

Resolution No. 04-2017-1571 – Recognize the Swain School for their volunteer work and efforts for the residents of the Township of Salisbury

Resolution No. 04-2017-1570 – Recognize the Salisbury Township Planning Commission for their volunteer work and efforts for the residents of the Township of Salisbury

Resolution No. 04-2017-1569 – Recognize James Seagreaves for his volunteer work and efforts for the residents of the Township of Salisbury

Resolution No. 04-2017-1568 – Recognize Daniel Mohry for his volunteer work and efforts for the residents of the Township of Salisbury

Resolution No. 04-2017-1567 – Recognize Barbara Miller for her volunteer work and efforts for the residents of the Township of Salisbury

Resolution No. 04-2017-1566 – Recognize Kyle Mertl for his volunteer work and efforts for the residents of the Township of Salisbury

Resolution No. 04-2017-1565 – Recognize Suzanne Martin for her volunteer work and efforts for the residents  of the Township of Salisbury

Resolution No. 04-2017-1564 – Recognize Michael Krauss for his volunteer work and efforts for the residents of the Township of Salisbury

Resolution No. 04-2017-1563 – Recognize Myrtie Heil for her volunteer work and efforts for the residents of the Township of Salisbury

Resolution No. 04-2017-1562 – Recognize Charles Heil for his volunteer work and efforts for the residents of the Township of Salisbury

Resolution No. 04-2017-1561 – Recognize Valentine Durner for her volunteer work and efforts for the residents of the Township of Salisbury

Resolution No. 04-2017-1560 – Recognize Charles Beck for his volunteer work and efforts for the residents of the Township of Salisbury

Resolution No. 04-2017-1559 – Recognize Adam Al-Khan for his volunteer work and efforts for the residents of the Township of Salisbury

Resolution No. 03-2017-1558 – To rename the community garden at Franko Farm in honor of Charles J. Durner, Jr.

Resolution No. 01-2017-1557 – Appointing members to serve on the Police Pension Committee.

Resolution No. 01-2017-1556 – Closing out community conservation partnerships grant Project for Laubach Park & Franco Farm Park.

Resolution No. 01-2017-1555 – Naming an Auditor to audit the Township accounts for Year 2016 and establishing compensation for services.

Resolution No. 01-2017-1554 – Appointing a primary Sewage Enforcement Officer and Alternate Sewage Enforcement Officer for the Township.

Resolution No. 12-2016-1553 – Providing for the waiver of the amount which Non-Uniformed Employees are required to contribute to the PA Municipal Non-Uniformed Pension Plan for Year 2017.

Resolution No. 12-2016-1552 – Providing for a reduction in the Year 2017 of the amount which members of the Police Department are required to contribute to the Police Pension Fund.

Resolution No. 12-2016-1551 – Amending Section102(A) of Chapter 6, Part 1, “Water”, of the Code of Ordinances in order to adjust and set the Water rate and amending Sections 302 (1)(A)(1) and 302 (1)(b)(2) of Chapter 18, Part 3, “Sewers and Sewer Disposal”, of the Code of Ordinances, in order to adjust and set the Sewer Rates.

Resolution No. 12-2016-1550 – Approving the change of indirect control of the Franchisee under the Cable Television Franchise.

Resolution No. 10-2016-1548 – Approving Preliminary/Final Land Development Plan of Dunkin Brands, Inc.

Resolution No. 10-2016-1547 – Appointing an additional Alternate Sewage Enforcement Officer for the Township

Resolution No. 06-2016-1546 – Approving the Retirement Benefits for William A. Judd

Resolution No. 06-2016-1545 – Expressing the Appreciation of the Members of the Board Of Commissioners to William A. Judd for his Years of Service to the Township and its Citizens.

Resolution No. 05-2016-1544 – Approving The Southbury Park Final Plan

Resolution No. 05-2016-1543 – Designation of Agent Resolution

Resolution No. 04-2016-1542 – Authorizing the Acting Township Manager of Salisbury Township to Execute a Grant Application and Authorizing a Ten Percent (10%) Match Commitment to Undertake the Project Known as the “2016 Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Project”

Resolution No. 03-2016-1541 – Lindberg Park: The Final Four – Rehabilitation Project

Resolution No. 03-2016-1540 – Approving the Amendments to the Rules and Regulations of the Civil Service Commission to Add Length Of Service Qualifications to the Promotional Positions of Corporal/Detective and Repealing a Residency Requirement

Resolution No. 03-2016-1539 – Expressing the Appreciation of the Members of the Board of Commissioners to Roger Moyer for his Years of Service to the Township and its Citizens

Resolution No. 03-2016-1538 – Approving the Retirement Benefits for Roger Moyer

Resolution No. 03-2016-1537 – Expressing the Appreciation of the Members of the Board Of Commissioners to Gail King for her Years of Service to the Township and its Citizens

Resolution No. 03-2016-1536 – Approving the Retirement Benefits for Gail King

Resolution 02-2016-1535 – Amendments to the Rules and Regulations of the Civil Service Commission to Delete and Replace Section 4.4 for Physical Fitness/Agility Testing

Resolution 02-2016-1534 – Modifying the General Qualifications and Background Investigation for Police Officer Applicants