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2019 Resolutions

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA ACKNOWLEDGING THE APPOINTMENT OF VACANCIES IN THE OFFICE OF BOROUGH COUNCILPERSONS.

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania from time to time has vacancies in the office of Councilperson and it is the duty of Borough Council to fill such vacancies, the following appointments to fill vacancies is hereby recognized and resolved; and

WHEREAS, a vacancy occurred at the time of the January 10, 2019 public meeting and the vacancy was subsequently filled by a vote of Council on February 7, 2019; and

WHEREAS, it is resolved that Brian Snyder was appointed by a majority vote of Council to fill the remainder of the unexpired term as Councilperson for the Third Ward, said term to expire on the first Monday in January after the next municipal election.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the Borough of Tarentum that Brian Snyder, Third Ward is hereby appointed as Councilperson by and for the Borough of Tarentum until the first Monday in January after the next municipal election.

Resolution 19-01 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA APPROVING THE PUBLICATION OF DELINQUENT TARENTUM BOROUGH PROPERTY TAXPAYERS.

WHEREAS, pursuant to the Borough Code, 8 Pa.C.S. § 3301.1(c), entitled “Resolutions”, Borough Council is authorized to make and adopt Resolutions of public policy of Borough council, and;

WHEREAS, the Council of Tarentum Borough understands that tax revenue is a primary source of funding for vital public services, from police protection and public works to the general health, safety and welfare of the Borough, and;

WHEREAS, the Council of Tarentum Borough recognizes that persons failing to pay property tax owed by law places a burden on remaining taxpayers to maintain a sufficient level of funding necessary for municipal services, and;

WHEREAS, the current amount of outstanding delinquent property taxes is creating a detrimental impact upon the remaining taxpayers of Tarentum Borough.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, with the foregoing recitals being incorporated herein by reference thereto, the Council of Tarentum Borough, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, hereby RESOLVES as follows:

  1. All property taxes which remain unpaid following December 31 of the prior year shall be considered delinquent property taxes.

  1. In February of each year, the Borough property tax collector shall report to Borough Council the delinquent taxes on real property from the prior year.

  1. The Borough tax collector shall provide annual notice to all taxpayers that delinquent property taxes may be published in a newspaper of general circulation and shall be made publicly available via the Tarentum Borough web site.

  1. The real property owner reflected on the tax records as of the January 1 delinquent date shall be listed in said public notice.

  1. The tax amount shown on the publication may not include interest, fees, costs and prior tax year past due amounts, the omission of which does not constitute a waiver of the taxing body’s claim for these items.

  1. The tax amount shown shall be subject to accrued interest until paid.

  1. Upon satisfaction of delinquent property tax payment amounts or upon enrollment and compliance with a payment plan, the tax payer name will be removed from publication.

  1. All other current delinquent property tax collection efforts shall remain in full force and effect.

RESOLVED this 7th day of February, 2019.

Resolution 19-02 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA AUTHORIZING THE DESTRUCTION OF SPECIFIC RECORDS PURSUANT TO THE MUNICIPAL RECORDS ACT.

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, desires to dispose of specific non-permanent records pursuant to Title 53, Section 1381 of the Municipal Records Act; and

WHEREAS, in accordance with Act 428 of 1968, each individual act of disposition shall be approved by resolution of the governing body of the municipality;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Council of the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in accordance with the above cited Municipal Records Act, here by authorizes the disposition of the following public records:

Tarentum Borough Finance Office

Accounts Receivable, 2007, 2 cubic feet (FN-3: 7 Years)

Accounts Receivable, 2008, 2 cubic feet

Accounts Receivable, 2010, 2 cubic feet

Bank Deposit Receipts, 2003, 2 cubic feet (FN-13: 7 Years)

Bank Deposit Receipts, 2008, 2 cubic feet

Bank Deposit Receipts, 2009, 2 cubic feet

Bank Deposit Receipts, 2010, 2 cubic feet

Bank Deposit Receipts, 2011, 4 cubic feet

Bank Statements, 2009, 2 cubic feet (FN-9: 7 Years)

Bank Statements, 2010, 2 cubic feet

Bank Statements, 2011, 2 cubic feet

Distribution Checks, 2008, 2 cubic feet (FN-2: 7 Years)

Distribution Checks, 2010, 2 cubic feet

Local Service Tax Receipts, 2008, 2 cubic feet (TA-6: 7 Years)

Local Service Tax Receipts, 2009, 2 cubic feet

Payroll and Distribution Checks, 2007, 4 cubic feet (PL-6: 7 Years)

Payroll and Distribution Checks, 2008, 8 cubic feet

Payroll and Distribution Checks, 2009, 4 cubic feet

Payroll and Distribution Checks, 2011, 4 cubic feet

Time and Expense Sheets, 2010, 2 cubic feet (PL-14: 3 years)

Time Sheets, 2013, 2 cubic feet

Vendor Expenses A-D, 2006, 2 cubic feet (FN-18: 7 Years)

Vendor Expenses E-K, 2006, 2 cubic feet

Vendor Expenses L-S, 2006, 2 cubic feet

Vendor Expenses T-V, 2006, 2 cubic feet

Vendor Expenses A-E, 2007, 2 cubic feet

Vendor Expenses F-Mi, 2007, 2 cubic feet

Vendor Expenses T-Z, 2007, 2 cubic feet

Vendor Expenses F-P, 2008, 2 cubic feet

Vendor Expenses A-E, 2008, 2 cubic feet

Vendor Expenses F-P, 2008, 2 cubic feet

Vendor Expenses, A-D, 2010, 2 cubic feet

Vendor Expenses E-O, 2010, 2 cubic feet

Vendor Expenses P-Z, 2010, 2 cubic feet

Vendor Expenses A-D, 2011, 2 cubic feet

Vendor Expenses E-O, 2011, 2 cubic feet

RESOLVED and ENACTED this 7th day of February, 2019.

Resolution 19-03 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA AUTHORIZING THE FILING OF AN APPLICATION FOR A KEYSTONE COMMUNITIES GRANT OPPORTUNITY.

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, desires to request a Keystone Communities Program Grant of $191,000 to be used for Phase One of the Tarentum Park Renovation Project;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum of Allegheny County hereby formally requests a Keystone Communities Program Grant of $191,000 to be used for Phase One of the Tarentum Park Renovation Project.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum does hereby designate Michael L. Nestico, Borough Manager (the “Authorized Official”) as the official to execute all agreements, documents and forms between the Borough of Tarentum and the Commonwealth Financing Authority to facilitate and assist in obtaining the requested grant.

RESOLVED and ENACTED this 7th day of February, 2019.

Resolution 19-04 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA AUTHORIZING THE FILING OF AN APPLICATION FOR FUNDS WITH THE REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY (“RAAC”).

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, desires to obtain funds from the RAAC in the amount of $250,000;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum of Allegheny County hereby formally requests a grant from the RAAC for the Borough of Tarentum East 9th Avenue project.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum does hereby designate Thomas J. Benecki (the “Authorized Official”) as the official to file all applications, documents and forms between the Borough of Tarentum and the RAAC.

 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Applicant is hereby authorized to enter into the Grant Contract between the applicant and RAAC (the “Grant Contract”) and any and all documents relating to the Grant Contract as may be required or necessary (said Grant Contract and other documents are collectively referred to as the “Grant Documents”).

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the execution and delivery of the Grant Documents as well as all other agreements, writings, and documents (and all changes, modifications and additions thereto) executed and delivered in connection with the transactions contemplated thereby be and hereby are approved and ratified and that the Authorized Official be and hereby is authorized to execute and deliver such documents.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum assures, where applicable, the provision of the full local share of the project costs.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum assures, that the project will be awarded or under construction within 180 days after contractual execution.

 RESOLVED and ENACTED this 20th day of February, 2019.

Resolution 19-05 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA SETTING FORTH THE FEES CHARGED BY THE BOROUGH FOR BOAT DOCK LAND LEASE AGREEMENTS.

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, from time to time must alter fees charged for boat dock land lease agreements; and

WHEREAS, an annual lease fee shall be paid to Tarentum Borough at a rate set by Council by Resolution, as may be amended from time to time; and

WHEREAS, the Council of Tarentum Borough wishes to revise the lease fee.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the Borough of Tarentum that fees for boat dock land lease agreements are set as follows:

Security Deposit:                $100.00
Lease Fee:                          $14.00 per linear foot
Additional Boat Fee:           $100.00 per boat
Wait List Deposit:              $100.00

RESOLVED and ENACTED this 7th day of March, 2019.

Resolution 19-06 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA AUTHORIZING THE FILING OF AN APPLICATION FOR A KEYSTONE COMMUNITIES GRANT OPPORTUNITY.

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, desires to request a Keystone Communities Program Grant of $14,000 to be used for landscaping and public improvements of the Tarentum Borough parking lot area located on E 6th Avenue;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum of Allegheny County hereby formally requests a Keystone Communities Program Grant of $14,000 to be used for landscaping and public improvements of the Tarentum Borough parking lot area located on E 6th Avenue.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum does hereby designate Michael L. Nestico, Borough Manager (the “Authorized Official”) as the official to execute all agreements, documents and forms between the Borough of Tarentum and the Commonwealth Financing Authority to facilitate and assist in obtaining the requested grant.

RESOLVED and ENACTED this 4th day of April, 2019.

Resolution 19-07 (PDF)

2018 Resolutions

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA ACKNOWLEDGING THE APPOINTMENT OF VACANCIES IN THE OFFICE OF BOROUGH COUNCILPERSONS.

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania from time to time has vacancies in the office of Councilperson and it is the duty of Borough Council to fill such vacancies, the following appointments to fill vacancies is hereby recognized and resolved; and

WHEREAS, a vacancy occurred at the time of the 2018 Borough reorganization and the vacancy was subsequently filled by a vote of Council on January 22, 2018; and

WHEREAS, it is resolved that Scott Dadowski was appointed by a majority vote of Council to fill the remainder of the unexpired term as Councilperson for the Second Ward, said term to expire on the first Monday in January after the next municipal election.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the Borough of Tarentum that Scott Dadowski, Second Ward is hereby appointed as Councilperson by and for the Borough of Tarentum until the first Monday in January after the next municipal election.

RESOLVED this 22nd day of January, 2018.

Resolution 18-01 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA APPROVING THE ACQUISITION AND SUBSEQUENT DISPOSITION OF NUMEROUS PARCELS OF VACANT PROPERTY KNOWN AS BLOCK AND LOT NUMBERS 1223-P-00215 AND 1223-P-00216 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OF TARENTUM BOROUGH.

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in cooperation with the County of Allegheny and the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County are participating in the Allegheny County Vacant Property Program (Program); and

WHEREAS, certain properties have been submitted to the County for consideration under the Program known and identified as Block and Lot Numbers 1223-P-00215 and 1223-P-00216; and

WHEREAS, under the Program the Municipality is required to review the property acquisition and propose disposition, and submit its approval to the County that said acquisition and proposal resale is in accordance with the Municipality’s comprehensive plan.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Tarentum Borough Council as follows:

  1. That the above listed properties have been reviewed by the Borough of Tarentum and the Borough approves that the acquisition and subsequent disposition under the Program would be in accordance with the comprehensive plan of the Borough of Tarentum.
  2. That a certified copy of this Resolution should be forwarded to the County of Allegheny and the Redevelopment Authority.

RESOLVED and ENACTED this 6th day of February, 2018.

Resolution 18-02 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA APPROVING THE APPLICATION AND SUBMISSION REQUEST FOR PA SMALL WATER AND SEWER GRANT FOR WATERLINE REPLACEMENT ON LARUSSE BOULEVARD, LAWTON STREET AND DICKEY STREET.

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, desires to complete waterline infrastructure on Larusse Boulevard, Lawton Street and Dickey Street;

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, is desirous of obtaining $408,030 in Grant monies for this project.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum of Allegheny County hereby requests a PA Small Water and Sewer Grant of $408,030 from the Commonwealth Financing Authority to be used for the Larusse Boulevard, Lawton Street and Dickey Street Waterline Replacements

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Applicant does hereby designate Michael L. Nestico, Borough Manager, to execute all documents and agreements between the Borough of Tarentum and the Commonwealth Financing Authority to facilitate and assist in obtaining the requested grant.

RESOLVED and ENACTED this 6th day of February, 2018.

Resolution 18-03 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA APPROVING THE APPLICATION AND SUBMISSION REQUEST FOR PA SMALL WATER AND SEWER GRANT FOR WATERLINE REPLACEMENT ON WEST 8TH AVENUE.

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, desires to complete waterline infrastructure on West 8th Avenue;

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, is desirous of obtaining $403,172 in Grant monies for this project.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum of Allegheny County hereby requests a PA Small Water and Sewer Grant of $403,172.00 from the Commonwealth Financing Authority to be used for the West 8th Avenue Waterline Replacement.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Applicant does hereby designate Michael L. Nestico, Borough Manager, to execute all documents and agreements between the Borough of Tarentum and the Commonwealth Financing Authority to facilitate and assist in obtaining the requested grant.

RESOLVED and ENACTED this 6th day of February, 2018.

Resolution 18-04 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA AUTHORIZING THE FILING OF AN APPLICATION FOR FUNDS WITH THE REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY (“RAAC”).

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, desires to obtain funds from the RAAC in the amount of $250,000;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum of Allegheny County hereby formally requests a grant from the RAAC for the Borough of Tarentum East 8th Avenue project.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum does hereby designate Thomas J. Benecki (the “Authorized Official”) as the official to file all applications, documents and forms between the Borough of Tarentum and the RAAC.

 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Applicant is hereby authorized to enter into the Grant Contract between the applicant and RAAC (the “Grant Contract”) and any and all documents relating to the Grant Contract as may be required or necessary (said Grant Contract and other documents are collectively referred to as the “Grant Documents”).

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the execution and delivery of the Grant Documents as well as all other agreements, writings, and documents (and all changes, modifications and additions thereto) executed and delivered in connection with the transactions contemplated thereby be and hereby are approved and ratified and that the Authorized Official be and hereby is authorized to execute and deliver such documents.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum assures, where applicable, the provision of the full local share of the project costs.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum assures, that the project will be awarded or under construction within 180 days after contractual execution.

RESOLVED and ENACTED this 6th day of February, 2018.

Resolution 18-05 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA AUTHORIZING THE FILING OF AN APPLICATION FOR FUNDS WITH THE REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY (“RAAC”).

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, desires to obtain funds from the RAAC in the amount of $250,000;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum of Allegheny County hereby formally requests a grant from the RAAC for the Borough of Tarentum East 9th Avenue project.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum does hereby designate Thomas J. Benecki (the “Authorized Official”) as the official to file all applications, documents and forms between the Borough of Tarentum and the RAAC.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Applicant is hereby authorized to enter into the Grant Contract between the applicant and RAAC (the “Grant Contract”) and any and all documents relating to the Grant Contract as may be required or necessary (said Grant Contract and other documents are collectively referred to as the “Grant Documents”).

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the execution and delivery of the Grant Documents as well as all other agreements, writings, and documents (and all changes, modifications and additions thereto) executed and delivered in connection with the transactions contemplated thereby be and hereby are approved and ratified and that the Authorized Official be and hereby is authorized to execute and deliver such documents.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum assures, where applicable, the provision of the full local share of the project costs.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum assures, that the project will be awarded or under construction within 180 days after contractual execution.

RESOLVED and ENACTED this 6th day of February, 2018.

Resolution 18-06 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA SETTING FORTH THE FEES CHARGED BY THE BOROUGH FOR STREET OPENINGS, SURFACE OPENINGS AND PAVEMENT OPENINGS.

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania from time to time must alter fees and rates for street openings, surface openings and pavement openings in the Borough of Tarentum pursuant to Chapter 216, Article IV of the Borough Code; and

WHEREAS, the Council of the Borough of Tarentum wishes to set flat fees for street opening applications pursuant to Chapter 216, Article IV, Section 216-24 of the Borough Code; and

WHEREAS, the Council of the Borough of Tarentum wishes to set a permit fee of a flat rate plus computation of the square footage of opening pursuant to Chapter 216, Article IV, Section 216-24 of the Borough Code.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the Borough of Tarentum that fees for street openings, surface openings and pavement openings are set as follows:

Application Fee:     $50.00
Permit Fee:             $200.00
Square Footage:     $1.75 per square foot of opening

RESOLVED this 8th day of March, 2018.

Resolution 18-07 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA DECLARING THE WEEK OF APRIL 9, 2018 TO APRIL 13, 2018 AS LOCAL GOVERNMENT WEEK.

WHEREAS, the citizens of the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania rely on local government to experience a high quality of life in our community; and

WHEREAS, local governments work twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week to deliver municipal services such as fire, police and emergency medical services which create safe communities; and

WHEREAS, the methods of funding these vital municipal services are not always clearly understood by citizens; and

WHEREAS, it is one of the responsibilities of municipal officials to ensure that legislators, media and citizens understand their local government through open and frequent communication using various avenues and means; and

WHEREAS, through education and awareness, citizens, community leaders and municipal staff can work together to ensure that services provided by the Borough of Tarentum can remain exceptional elements toward a high quality of life in our community.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the Borough of Tarentum that Tarentum Borough joins with the Allegheny League of Municipalities in declaring April 9, 2018 to April 13, 2018 as local government week.

RESOLVED this 8th day of March, 2018.

Resolution 18-08 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA ADOPTING MODIFICATIONS TO THE RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR POLICE CIVIL SERVICE TESTING AND HIRING PROCEDURES.

WHEREAS, the hiring of police officers in the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania must occur through the Civil Service Testing procedure; and

WHEREAS, the Council of the Borough of Tarentum has the authority pursuant to Chapter 11 of the Pennsylvania Borough Code to set rules and regulations for the hiring of civil service employees; and

WHEREAS, the Council of the Borough of Tarentum desires to set forth minimum experience hours and application fees for testing and hiring full time officers; and

WHEREAS, at a public meeting on January 3, 2017 Borough Council did deliberate and adopt a minimum hour requirement and application fee modification which does not appear to be reduced to writing.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the Borough of Tarentum that the Borough shall ratify and adopt a set of minimum hours of experience for full time police officers at 6,000 hours of experience and the application fee for civil service testing shall be set at $75.00 per applicant, as approved by vote of Borough Council at a public meeting held on January 3, 2017.

RESOLVED this 8th day of March, 2018.

Resolution 18-09 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA AUTHORIZING THE FILING OF AN APPLICATION FOR FUNDS WITH THE REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY (“RAAC”).

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, desires to obtain funds from the RAAC in the amount of $500,000 for the 2018 GEDF Grant Application;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum of Allegheny County hereby formally requests a grant from the RAAC for the Borough of Tarentum waterline replacement project.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum does hereby designate Thomas J. Benecki (the “Authorized Official”) as the official to file all applications, documents and forms between the Borough of Tarentum and the RAAC.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Applicant is hereby authorized to enter into the Grant Contract between the applicant and RAAC (the “Grant Contract”) and any and all documents relating to the Grant Contract as may be required or necessary (said Grant Contract and other documents are collectively referred to as the “Grant Documents”).

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the execution and delivery of the Grant Documents as well as all other agreements, writings, and documents (and all changes, modifications and additions thereto) executed and delivered in connection with the transactions contemplated thereby be and hereby are approved and ratified and that the Authorized Official be and hereby is authorized to execute and deliver such documents.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum assures, where applicable, the provision of the full local share of the project costs.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum assures, that the project will be awarded or under construction within 180 days after contractual execution.

RESOLVED and ENACTED this 5th day of April, 2018.

Resolution 18-10 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA APPROVING THE APPLICATION AND SUBMISSION REQUEST FROM ANDREA MCDONALD AND ERICK WHITE TO SEEK FUNDING AND ASSISTANCE FROM THE PITTSBURGH PENGUINS FOUNDATION AND USA HOCKEY FOR REPAIRS AND ORGANIZATION OF THE TARENTUM DEK HOCKEY FACILITY.

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, is desirous of obtaining funding for improvements and repairs the Tarentum dek hockey facility;

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, desires to promote health, fitness, teamwork, equality, work ethic and enjoyment within the community;

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, desires to create an organized hockey league within the dek hockey facility;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Borough of Tarentum of Allegheny County hereby approves the application and submission request from Andrea McDonald and Erick White to seek funding and assistance from the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and USA Hockey for repairs and organization of the Tarentum dek hockey facility.

RESOLVED and ENACTED this 5th day of April, 2018.

Resolution 18-11 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA REQUESTING FUNDS FROM THE 2017 MUNICIPAL PLANNING GRANT PROGRAM FOR A MULTI-MUNICIPAL COMPREHENSIVE PLAN.

WHEREAS, Allegheny County Economic Development (ACED) has established the 2017 Municipal Planning Grant Program, and;

WHEREAS, Harrison Township, Brackenridge Borough, and Tarentum Borough intend to request funds from the 2017 Municipal Planning Grant Program in the amount of $50,000 for the proposed multi-municipal comprehensive plan, and;

WHEREAS, Tarentum Borough acknowledges it is a participant in said project, and;

WHEREAS, Tarentum Borough has authorized Harrison Township to make application for such grant on our behalf;

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that Tarentum Borough hereby allocates $9,787.00 of matching funds to said project,

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Tarentum Borough agrees to reimburse the County of Allegheny for a proportional share, which shall be equal to the full grant amount received from the County divided by the number of participating municipalities, if the multi-municipal comprehensive plan is not adopted by the Municipality in accordance with the applicable requirements of the PA Municipalities Planning Code within 6 months of the completion of the final draft.

RESOLVED and ENACTED this 7th day of June, 2018.

Resolution 18-12 (PDF)

Resolution 18-13 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA ADOPTING MODIFICATIONS TO THE RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR POLICE CIVIL SERVICE TESTING AND HIRING PROCEDURES.

WHEREAS, the hiring of police officers in the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania must occur through the Civil Service Testing procedure; and

WHEREAS, the Council of the Borough of Tarentum has the authority pursuant to Chapter 11 of the Pennsylvania Borough Code to set rules and regulations for the hiring of civil service employees; and

WHEREAS, the Council of the Borough of Tarentum desires to set forth minimum experience hours and application fees for testing and hiring full time officers; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the Borough of Tarentum that the Borough shall ratify and adopt a set of minimum hours of experience for full time police officers at 4,000 hours of experience and the application fee for civil service testing shall be set at $75.00 per applicant.

RESOLVED and ENACTED this 12th day of July, 2018.

Resolution 18-14 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA APPROVING THE ACQUISITION AND SUBSEQUENT DISPOSITION OF NUMEROUS PARCELS OF VACANT PROPERTY KNOWN AS BLOCK AND LOT NUMBER 1336-P-8 WOULD BE IN ACCORD WITH THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OF TARENTUM BOROUGH.

WHEREAS, the Borough of Tarentum, County of Allegheny, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in cooperation with the County of Allegheny and the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County are participating in the Allegheny County Vacant Property Program (Program); and

WHEREAS, certain properties have been submitted to the County for consideration under the Program known and identified as Block and Lot Number 1336-P-8; and

WHEREAS, under the Program the Municipality is required to review the property acquisition and propose disposition, and submit its approval to the County that said acquisition and proposal resale is in accordance with the Municipality’s comprehensive plan.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Tarentum Borough Council as follows:

  1. That the above listed property has been reviewed by the Borough of Tarentum and the Borough approves that the acquisition and subsequent disposition under the Program would be in accordance with the comprehensive plan of Tarentum Borough.
  2. That a certified copy of this Resolution should be forwarded to the County of Allegheny and the Redevelopment Authority.

RESOLVED and ENACTED this 6th day of September, 2018.

Resolution 18-15 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA WHICH ACKNOWLEDGES THAT NO EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTION IS REQUIRED BY MEMBERS OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM POLICE DEPARTMENT IN TO THE POLICE PENSION PLAN.

WHEREAS, Borough Council has reviewed the status of the Police Pension Plan; and

WHEREAS, Borough Council has reviewed the bargaining agreement between the Borough of Tarentum and the Tarentum Borough Police Wage and Policy Committee, with specific emphasis on Article 18, Section 18.4.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, the Council of the Borough of Tarentum hereby determines that no employee contributions to the Police Pension Plan will be necessary for the calendar year 2019.

RESOLVED and ENACTED this 6th day of September, 2018.

Resolution 18-16 (PDF)

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF TARENTUM, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA AUTHORIZING EXEMPTIONS, DEDUCTIONS, ABATEMENTS AND CREDITS FOR REAL PROPERTY, EARNED INCOME TAX, NET PROFITS, MERCANTILE AND BUSINESS PRIVILEGE TAXES WITHIN A SPECIFIC GEOGRAPHIC AREA IN TARENTUM BOROUGH DESIGNATED AS A PROPOSED KEYSTONE OPPORTUNITY EXPANSION ZONE (“KOEZ”), IN ORDER TO FOSTER ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES, STIMULATE INDUSTRIAL, COMMERCIAL, AND RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS AND PREVENT PHYSICAL AND INFRASTRUCTURE DETERIORATION WITHIN AREAS OF TARENTUM BOROUGH, ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, UPON CERTAIN TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

WHEREAS, Tarentum Borough, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania recognizes the need to encourage investment in a defined geographical area of Tarentum Borough bounded as set forth in Attachment A that is experiencing distress characterized by one or more of the following: high unemployment, low investment of new capital, blighted conditions, underutilized, obsolete or abandoned industrial commercial and residential structures, deteriorated tax base, and

WHEREAS, the Keystone Opportunity Zone, Keystone Opportunity Expansion Zone and Keystone Opportunity Improvement Zone Act (Act of October 6, 1998, P.L. 705, No. 92), as amended, hereinafter referred to as the “Act,” authorizes political subdivisions to apply to the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) for designation of an area within the respective political subdivision as a KOEZ granting exemptions, deductions, abatements or credits from all local taxes identified in the Act; and

WHEREAS, approval of benefits provided in the Act will result in improving the economic, physical, and social conditions within the Proposed KOEZ by stimulating existing businesses employment, creating new employment and diminishing blight; and

WHEREAS, it is expected that increased private and public-sector investors will reverse the disinvestment and conditions of blight within the Proposed KOEZ by the time of its termination; and

WHEREAS, the Proposed KOEZ is not less than ten acres but not more than 375 acres in the aggregate; and

WHEREAS, the Proposed KOEZ is comprised of parcels which are deteriorated, underutilized or unoccupied.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Borough of Tarentum, Allegheny County that effective as of this date, October 4, 2018, contingent only upon DCED’s approval of the application for the proposed new KOEZ, the following provisions shall apply:

  1. Real Property Tax on the Proposed KOEZ is 100% exempt in accordance with the provisions and limitations hereinafter set forth in accordance with the Act, such exemption to begin on January 1, 2019 and to terminate December 31, 2028 (a ten year period).
  2. The following shall be exempt, relative to the subject parcels/tract, for the term, and any extension thereof, of the KOEZ:
    1. Business gross receipts tax for operations conducted by a Qualified Business within the expansion zone.
    2. Business privilege tax and Business Occupancy Tax.
    3. Tax on the earned income received by a resident of the expansion zone.
    4. Tax on the net profits of a Qualified Business attributable to business activity conducted within the expansion zone
    5. Mercantile tax attributable to business activity by a Qualified Business conducted within the expansion zone.
    6. Sales and Use tax for purchases exclusively used and consumed by the qualified business in the expansion zone

      Benefits to begin on January 1, 2019 and to end on December 31, 2028 (ten year period).

  3. The provisions of the Act not herein enumerated, shall, nevertheless, be incorporated as part of this Ordinance by reference.
  4. This resolution shall be effective upon execution, conditioned upon the approval of the application by DCED.

 RESOLVED and ENACTED this 4th day of October, 2018.

Resolutions 2000 - 2019

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00-01 Police Pension Plan Contribution
00-02 Reappoint Mike Davidek to the vacancy board for the year 2000. 
00-03Establishing a dress code for council members attending Borough public meetings. 
00-04 Authorizing four individual signatures for safety deposit box at Southwest Bank. 
00-05Setting fees for services rendered by the Borough, its employees and tax collector for various services performed.
00-06 Establishing a standard uniform issue to the school crossing guards within the Borough of Tarentum. 
00-07Requesting a grant from the Department of Economic Development. 
00-08Authorizing proposal No. MSW053 CDBG application. 
00-09Approving a dispatch contract for the Township of Frazer. 
00-10 Approving a dispatch contract for the Borough of Verona. 
00-11 Approving a dispatch contract for the Township of Springdale. 
00-12 Approving a non-exclusive lease between the Borough of Tarentum and Highlands Area Little League, Inc. 
00-13 Approving a non-exclusive lease between the Borough of Tarentum and the Highlands Hornet Youth Organization, Inc. 
00-14 Entering a contract with PennDOT for maintenance agreement for grass cutting and salting. 
00-15 Entering into an agreement with the District Attorney of Allegheny County. 
00-16 Establishing fees for the sale of bulk water to Hall’s Servicing, private pools and other third parties. 
00-17 Authorizing the execution of the Pennsylvania drug education/law enforcement grant program for the school year 2000 – 2001. 
00-18 Requesting a grant and designating an official to perform the required duties between the applicant and the Department of Economic Development.
00-19 Requesting permission to participate in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania cooperative purchasing program. 
00-20 Police Pension Plan Contribution
00-21 Police Pension Plan Contribution
01-01 Police Pension Plan (COLA & Service Increment)
01-02 Appointment to Vacancy Board (Mike Davidek)
01-03 Police Pension Plan (Designated Official)
01-04 Setting the amount and method for fees for services rendered by the Borough, its employees and tax collector for various services performed for the citizens, rate payers and other interested parties on a day to day basis, which resolution amends resolution 00-05. 
01-05 Police Pension Plan (Designated Official)
01-06 Clerical error-no resolution. 
01-07 Amending rules and regulations for the Borough of Tarentum Civil Service Commission. 
01-08 Amending paragraph 12 of Ordinance 96-03, the employees’ customer service and procedures manual. 
01-09CDBG application/demolition- slums and blight.
01-10 Setting the amount and method for fees for services rendered by the Borough, its employees and tax collector for various services performed for the citizens, rate payers and other interested parties on a day to day basis, which Resolution amends Resolution 00-05. 
01-11 Establishing a policy to enforce the provision of the Pennsylvania crimes code entitled “procedure following arrest without warrant – summary cases.” 
01-12 Authorizing and approving fees to cover costs and expenses for certain hearings. 
01-13 Appointing the President of Council to be Chief Administrative Officer of Borough employee pension plans. 
02-01 Reappoint Mike Davidek to the vacancy board for the year 2002. 
02-02 Eliminates member contributions into the police pension fund for the period of January 1, 2002 – December 31, 2002. 
02-03 Police Pension Plan (Designated Official)
02-04 Requesting a CDBG grant for three water projects and one recreation project from the Department of Economic Development. 
02-05 Pennsylvania environmental council rivers planning grant.
02-06Authorizing grant application for Riverview Park.
03-01 Reappoint Mike Davidek to the vacancy board for the year 2003. 
03-02 Recognizing and providing for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania requirements for the inspection and copying of records, 65 P.s. Section 66.1 et seq., known as the Right to Know Law. 
03-03 Authorizing the Borough to apply a tax, utility, or other refund due to a property owner(s) for one real property to a Borough debt or lien on another parcel of real property belonging to the same property owner(s). 
03-04 Setting fees for inspection by the code enforcement officer for residential, business, and industrial buildings. 
03-05 Adopts a schedule of sewer right, rents, and charges. 
03-06 Honoring American troops on active duty. 
03-07 Requiring that all residential electric meters be placed outside the home to facilitate reading of the meters. 
03-08 Maintenance of employees’ pension, annuity, insurance and benefit fund or funds, which authorize the purchase of life insurance by the pension plan to prevent the depletion of pension plan assets due to the catastrophic cost to the plan resulting from a police officer’s being killed in service. 
03-09 Clerical error – no resolution.
03-10Police Pension Plan (Designated Official)
03-11 Expressing the Borough’s interest in participating in a regional tax claim bureau and requesting that the state legislators sponsor legislation for the creation of a regional tax claim bureau for the Allegheny County/Greater Pittsburgh area. 
03-12 In support of the Keystone Downs development situated in the Townships of Fawn and Harrison. 
04-01 Reappoint Mike Davidek to the vacancy board for the year 2003. 
04-02 Police Pension Plan (COLA)
04-03 Police Pension Plan Contribution
04-04 Promulgating guidelines to be followed by a police officer when making a warrantless arrest. 
04-05 Authorizing and approving a new building inspector fee schedule. 
04-06 Supporting a petition of the registered electors of the Borough of Tarentum to consolidate election districts. 
04-07 Supporting a petition to reduce number of ward council members in the Borough of Tarentum to two for each ward and one council member elected at large. 
04-08 Clerical error – no resolution.
04-09 Authorizing tax and revenue anticipation notes. 
05-02 Adopting revised limits for the operation of the Upper Allegheny Joint Sanitary Authority pretreatment program. 
05-03 Proposal of the elimination of the CDBG program in fiscal year 2006 
05-04 Police Pension Plan (Designated Official)
05-05 Fees and the amounts tendered to its employees and tax collector for various services performed, amending Resolution 01-10. 
05-06 Eliminating the charge for the installation or the changing of water meters of consumers within the Borough of Tarentum. 
05-07 Authorizes the participation in the PA Capital City (PACC) automotive and equipment contract with US Municipal Supply. 
05-08 Authorizing manager to execute all required forms and documents for the purpose of obtaining financial assistance for the hazard mitigation grant program. 
05-09 Police Pension Plan Contribution
06-01 Reappoint Mike Davidek to the vacancy board for the year 2006. 
06-02 N/A
06-03 Appointment of Council Person (Joseph Davidek)
06-04 Declaring its intent to follow the schedules and procedures for disposition of record as set forth in the municipal records manual approved on July 16, 1993. 
06-05 Eliminates additional costs of living adjustments made payable to Robert Sader. 
06-06 Police Pension Plan (Widow Payments)
06-07 Confirms Resolution 01-01 which resolution acknowledges certain cost of living adjustments hereinafter “COLA” for certain employees who had been retired prior to 1999. 
06-08 Police Pension Plan Contribution
06-09 Supporting increased CDBG program funding.
06-10 Designation of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) for all incident management
06-11 Requesting a grant between the applicant and the department of economic development.
06-12 Demolition slums and blight resolution.
06-13 Establishing fees for certain police department services.
06-14 Opposing statewide cable franchising legislation in Pennsylvania.
07-01 Appointment to Vacancy Board (Charles Blackburn)
07-02 Obtaining a land use planning and technical assistance program. 
07-03 Rescinded RE: COLA for Naviglia and Richards replaced 07-06. 
07-04 Prohibits parking on certain streets or side streets during special events within the Borough. 
07-05 Adoption of the Allegheny County hazard vulnerability assessment and mitigation plan
07-06 Confirms a cost of living adjustments for Margaret Naviglia and Jeanne Richards. 
07-07 Approving the transfer of restaurant liquor license No. R-12477 into the Borough of Tarentum. 
07-08 Police Pension Plan Contribution
07-09 CDBG application 
07-10 CDBG application 
07-11 CDBG application 
07-12 CDBG application 
07-13 CDBG application 
07-14 CDBG application 
07-15 Demolition slums and blight resolution.
07-16 Authorizing issuance of individual procurement cards. 
07-17 William Rossey signature. 
07-18 Recognizing the Tarentum citizens for recreation. 
07-19 Encouraging attendance by council members to public meetings. 
07-20 Acknowledging and accepting the redevelopment authority of Allegheny County “Allegheny Together” support initiative. 
07-21 Approving the transfer of restaurant liquor license No. R-19920 into the Borough of Tarentum. 
08-01Transfer of parcels in the township of east deer to the upper Allegheny joint sanitary authority.
08-02Police Pension Plan (COLA)
08-03Police Pension Plan (Adjustments)
08-04Declare Tuesday, May 20, 2008 as “Esther Miscosky Day” in the Borough of Tarentum.
08-05Changing the name of Adams Street to James E. Wolfe Street.
08-06Liquor license transfer by CAS-SUP, Ltd. To 201 E 5th Avenue, Tarentum, PA 15084, pursuant to Act 141 of 2009.
08-07Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County Vacant Property Program Participation
08-08Application for funds with the Allegheny County Economic Development
08-09Demolition slums and blight resolution.
08-10Congratulating the Borough of Freeport on its 175th Anniversary.
08-11Setting the amount and method for fees for services rendered by the Borough, its employees and tax collector which amends Resolution 01-04.
08-12Increasing the indebtedness by issue of a general obligation in the amount not to exceed $46,477.76 to purchase two police vehicles
08-13Encouraging attendance by Council members to public meetings.
09-01Congratulating the City of Lower Burrell on its 50th Anniversary.
09-02Application for funds with the Allegheny County economic development community infrastructure and tourism board (ACED CITB).
09-03Application for funds with the Allegheny County economic development community infrastructure and tourism board (ACED CITB).
09-04Agreement using dotGRANTS on-line reporting system to file the required liquid fuels forms annually
09-05Authorizing and approving fees to cover costs and expenses for certain hearings.
09-06Signatory for the PennDOT roadside planting maintenance contract.
09-07Tarentum citizens for recreation small games of chance
09-08Adopting the Tarentum Borough employee guide.
09-09Demolition slums and blight resolution.
09-10Concurring Resolution Allegheny County Dept of Economic Development Grant
09-11Concurring Resolution Allegheny County Dept of Economic Development Grant
09-14Application for funds with the Community Infrastructure and Tourism Board (CITB).
09-15Application for funds with the Community Infrastructure and Tourism Board (CITB).
09-16Adopt an updated Comprehensive Plan.
09-17Approving the administrative consent order filed at Docket No. CEA-03-3007-0333.
09-18Certifying that said municipality is willing to participate in an energy audit.
09-19Assigns the address of 311 East Sixth Avenue for lot and block No. 1223-L-57.
10-01Vacant Property Recovery Program (1223-R-00047)
10-02Congratulating Arden H. Verner and Verner’s Paint Center for Celebrating their 60th Anniversary.
10-03Congratulating Carl Garrett & Son, Inc. for celebrating their 50th Anniversary.
10-04Application for funds with the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County (RAAC).
10-04 AParticipation in the Allegheny County “Allegheny Together” downtown revitalization program
10-05Application for funds with the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County (RAAC).
10-05 ACommercial revitalization – Planning Commission Resolution
10-06Application for funds with the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County (RAAC).
10-06 AApplication for funds with the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County (RAAC).
10-06 BPolice Pension Plan Contribution
10-072010 snow assistance
10-07 APennDOT maintenance agreement resolution.
10-08Recognizing Dr. Nathaniel S. Landerman, M.C., P.C. for his 27 years of practice in Tarentum Borough and his 55 years of practice to our region.
10-09Recognizing Helen Goetz Wheatman in celebrating her 100th birthday on October 10, 2010.
10-10Application for permit to install and operate flashing warning devices
10-11Application for permit to install and operate flashing warning devices
10-12Certification that said municipality wishes to continue its participation in the Allegheny County “Allegheny Together” downtown revitalization program.
10-13 Assessing a five dollar ($5.00) a month surcharge on each water account to fund a Federal Environmental Protection Agency mandated combined sewer monitoring. 
11-01Approving the contract agreement with the County of Allegheny regarding the Bull Creek flood control wall.
11-02Police Pension Plan Contribution
11-03Requesting a statewide property tax reassessment moratorium
11-04Opposing the proposed 2012 budget cut funding for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
11-05Authorizing the filing of an application for funds with the municipal government efficiency services grant program.
11-06Recognizing the Allegheny-Kiski Valley Historical Society as a civic and/or service association under the local options small games of chance Act, as amended.
11-07Creating tobacco-free zones at local parks and playgrounds.
11-08Certifying that said municipality is willing to participate in the energy conservation measure (ECM)
11-09Authorizing the filing of an application for grant funds.
11-10Authorizing the filing of an application for grant funds.
11-11Authorizing the filing of an application for funds with the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County (RAAC).
11-12Authorizing participation in merchant service program.
11-14Declaration of official intent to lease fixed base radio automatic water and electric meter reading system and infrastructure installation.
11-15Vacant Property Recovery Program (1223-K-128, 114 West 8th Avenue)
11-16Authorizing the filing of an application for grant funds.
11-17Authorizing the filing of an application for grant funds.
11-18Vacant Property Recovery Program (1223-L-209, 308 East 8th Avenue)
11-19 Adding costs for temporary rubber insulation on primary and secondary wiring to section 12.1 of Ordinance 96-03. 
12-01Adopting the Allegheny County 2011 hazard mitigation plan.
12-02Vacant Property Recovery Program (1223-G-132, 916 Dickey Street)
12-03Police Pension Plan Contribution
12-04Approving equipment lease-purchase agreement and to authorize the execution of documents related thereto.
12-05Urging the Pennsylvania general assembly to modernize the State Prevailing Wage Act (Act 442 of 1961).
13-01Creating a tree stewardship committee.
13-02Authorizing the filing of an application for grant funds.
13-03Authorizing the filing of an application for grant funds.
13-04Declaring the week of April 15-19, 2013 as “Local Government Week.”
13-05Relative to the procurement of professional services for the municipal pension system(s) sponsored by the Borough based on the requirements of Act 44 of 2009.
13-06Authorizing participation in merchant service program
13-07Police Pension Plan Contribution
13-08Vacant Property Recovery Program (1223-I-00203)
13-09Vacant Property Recovery Program (1223-K-154, 105-107 W 9th Avenue)
13-10Amending the rate charged by the Borough for pole attachment agreements.
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14-02
14-03
14-04Approving the proposed subdivision plan dated December 11, 2013 regarding the subdivision of the Tarentum Train Station lot and block No. 1223-M-315.
14-05Approving an agility agreement with the PA Department of Transportation and the Borough of Tarentum.
14-06Declaring the week of April 14-18, 2014 as “Local Government Week.”
14-07Vacant Property Recovery Program (1223-D-00334, 1012 Coe Street)
14-08Supporting increased 2015 CDBG program funding.
14-09Approving the participation in the Allegheny County CDBG and HOME programs for the years of 2015, 2016 and 2017.
14-10Supporting Senate Bill #1272 enabling all municipal police to use the same motor vehicle speed timing equipment as the PA State Police.
14-11Vacant Property Recovery Program (1223-H-00138)
14-12Opposing the expansion of federal control under the Clean Water Act.
14-13Approving the contract agreement with the County of Allegheny regarding the Bull Creek flood control wall.
14-14Authorizing and approving building inspection and permit fees.
14-15N/A
14-16Annual fees charged for amusement devices, effective January 1, 2015.
14-17Approving PennDOT reimbursement and maintenance agreement for construction of ADA compliant pedestrian facilities.
15-01
15-02Encouraging the payment of property taxes and borough utilities by elected borough officials.
15-03Authorizing the Borough Manager to request/obtain future grants for and in the Borough’s best interest.
15-04Authorizing the Borough of Tarentum to request a $105,000 MTF grant for the Corbet Street realignment project.
15-05Police Pension Plan Contribution
16-01Vacant Property Recovery Program (1223-M-00174)
16-02Adopting the Allegheny County 2015 hazard mitigation plan.
16-03Police Pension Plan Contribution
16-04Sale and disposal of a 1995 GMC Truck.
16-05Sale and disposal of a 2012 Haulmark trailer.
16-07Acknowledging the appointment of vacancies in the office of Borough Councilpersons.
16-08Police Pension Plan Contribution
16-09Allowing for curbside loading and unloading of delivery vehicles for Family Dollar.
17-01Increasing the service fees for electrical services provided by the Tarentum Power Company.
17-02Vacant Property Recovery Program (1223-A-177)
17-03Requesting a grant with the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County for demolition of blighted properties.
17-04Enter in to a loan agreement and appointing the Borough Manager to execute any documents on behalf of the Borough.
17-05Concurring Resolution for Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County (Dreshar)
17-06Approving the sale of lot and block No. 1223-P-153, 136 West 7th Avenue, to Tarentum Investments, LLC, for the purchase price of $1,500.
17-07Defending the Borough’s electrical system in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
17-08Approving the sale of properties on West 7th Avenue
17-09Vacant Property Recovery Program (1224-E-309)
17-10Setting forth a policy on compensatory time for non-union salaried employees.
17-12Naming Alice Drisko as Borough Open Records Officer.
17-13Authorizing PennDOT reimbursement.
17-13(A)Lien Fees
17-14Sanitation Rates
17-15Business Privilege Tax/Fees
17-16Water Rates (5/8” lines)
18-01Council Vacancy Appointment
18-02Vacant Property Recovery Program
18-03Grant Application Larusse Water Line Replacement
18-04Grant Application W 8th Water Line Replacement
18-05Concurring Resolution for Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County
18-06Concurring Resolution for Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County
18-07Street Opening Permit Fees
18-08Designation of Local Government Week
18-09Civil Service Rules
18-10Concurring Resolution for Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County (GEDF 2018)
18-11Grant Application for Dek Hockey
18-12Comprehensive Plan Joint Resolution
18-13Civil Service Fees
18-14Vacant Property Recovery Program
18-15Police Pension Plan Contribution
18-16KOZ Application
18-17Concurring Resolution for CDBG 2019 (Water Valve Phase IV)
18-18Concurring Resolution for Keystone Communities Grant (Dreshar Phase I)
18-19Concurring Resolution for Keystone Communities Grant (Police Computers)
18-20Concurring Resolution for Keystone Communities Grant (Park Phasing Project)
18-21Concurring Resolution for Keystone Communities Grant (Police Vehicle)
18-22Accepting Changes to PMEA
18-23Tax Anticipation Note
18-24Borough Fee Schedule
18-25Occupancy Permit Fee Schedule
18-26EPA Fee Reallocation
18-272019 Operating Budget
19-01Council Vacancy Appointment
19-02Delinquent Taxpayer Publication
19-03Disposition Resolution
19-04Concurring Resolution for Keystone Communities Grant (Dreshar Phase II)
19-05Concurring Resolution RAAC (CITF) (E 9th)
19-06Dock Lease Fees
19-07Concurring Resolution for Keystone Communities Grant (E 6th Landscaping)