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									Number             Subject          Date                                                                    Description                                                                 Revises   Revised
                                                                                                                                                                                                    By
1942-1   Streets and sidewalks    3/30/1942 Petition for county aid for the improvement and maintenance of state highways in the borough. Counties are permitted to appropriate
                                            and expend moneys for the improvement and maintenance under Act P.L. 450 approved June 12, 1919 and amended by Act P.L. 26 on
                                            3/10/1921. Act P.L. 1651,5/8/1929 and act P.L. 803 7/12/1935.
1946-1   Governmental Affairs     4/19/1946 rescind provisions in tax ordinance 48 as far as they are inconsistent with Act 394 passed by legislature of the State of PA and approved
                                            by the governor on 5/25/1946, which provides a 2% discount in tax if making payment within 2 months of receipt of tax bill and a 5%
                                            penalty added if payment is made if they fail to pay within 4 months of receipt of tax bill.
1947-1   Streets and sidewalks    5/12/1947 designate highway 386 as a "Thru Highway" and request the department of highways to erect signs at the intersection of said highway
                                            that all traffic should come to a stop before crossing or entering the "Thru Highway"
1947-2   Governmental Affairs     12/8/1947 Fill vacancy in the Borough Auditor office. That Madorra Samph be elected to the office of Borough Auditor
1947-3   Streets and sidewalks   12/29/1947 Limit the speed on N. Main St. from Cherry St. North to 35 mph after proper signs have been erected.
1947-4   Streets and sidewalks   12/29/1947 Limit the speed on Cherry St. to S. Main St. to 35 mph after proper signs have been erected.
1947-5   Streets and sidewalks   12/29/1947 Limit the speed on Church St. East to 35 mph after proper signs have been erected.
1947-6   Streets and sidewalks   12/29/1947 Limit the speed on S. Main St. to 25 mph after proper signs have been erected.
1947-7   Streets and sidewalks   12/29/1947 Limit the speed on Union St. to 35 mph after proper signs have been erected.
1948-1   Bond Issues and Loans    11/8/1948 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $1000 at the rate of 4% per annum from Merchants National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
1949-1   Budget 1949              2/14/1949 Budget resolution for FY 1949
1949-2   Bond Issues and Loans    4/11/1949 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $500 at the rate of 4% per annum from Merchants National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
1950-1   Governmental Affairs     1/19/1950 Establishment of the Richlandtown Police Department to consist of a police chief and patrolmen and officers of other qualifications as
                                            the borough council may from time to time desire. Also resolves that the chief, officers and other special police appointed by the
                                            borough council will receive compensation in conformity with the Acts of Assembly.
1950-2   Budget 1950              2/13/1950 Budget resolution for FY 1950
1950-3   Governmental Affairs     2/13/1950 Sets the term of chief of police to be 2 years beginning from the organization meeting of the borough council in January of even
                                            numbered years.
1950-4   Governmental Affairs     2/13/1950 Richlandtown Borough Council to join the Bucks County Boroughs Association
1950-5   Bond Issues and Loans    6/12/1950 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $2000 at the rate of 4% per annum from Merchants National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
1950-6   Streets and sidewalks    4/10/1950 designate state highway L.R. 09080 as a "Thru Highway" and request the department of highways to erect signs at the intersection of
                                            said highway that all traffic should come to a stop before crossing or entering the "Thru Highway"
1951-1   Budget 1951              2/12/1951 Budget resolution for FY 1951
1951-2   Tax Duplicates           5/14/1951 Richard Benner, tax collector, having duly accounted for taxes on the 1949 tax duplicates is hereby granted exoneration and full
                                            settlement on his 1949 Tax Duplicates.
1951-3   Budget 1952              2/11/1952 Budget resolution for FY 1952
1953-1   Bond Issues and Loans    1/12/1953 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $1000 at the rate of 4% per annum from Merchants National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
1953-2   Budget 1953               2/9/1953 Budget resolution for FY 1953
1953-3   Streets and sidewalks     2/9/1953 Cost of relocating municipal utility structures caused by highway relocations
1953-4   Streets and sidewalks     2/9/1953 Recommendation to the County Commissioners that they allocate County Aid Road Funds on a populated basis instead of as outlined in
                                            a letter to them dated 1/7/1953 allowing the money to be distributed between culvert pipes and road construction.

1953-5   Tax Duplicates           4/13/1953 Richard Benner, tax collector, having duly accounted for taxes on the 1951 tax duplicates is hereby granted exoneration and full
                                            settlement on his 1951 Tax Duplicates.
1953-6   Streets and sidewalks     6/8/1953 Application for county aid for $250 to the improvement of tile drains at various locations on N. First Ave.
1953-7   Bond Issues and Loans     6/8/1953 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $1000 at the rate of 4% per annum from Merchants National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
1953-8   Bond Issues and Loans    9/14/1953 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $1000 at the rate of 4% per annum from Merchants National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
1953-9   Bond Issues and Loans   12/14/1953 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $1500 at the rate of 4% per annum from Merchants National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
Number             Subject          Date                                                                   Description                                                                 Revises   Revised
                                                                                                                                                                                                   By
1954-1   Bond Issues and Loans    1/11/1954 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $1500 at the rate of 4% per annum from Merchants National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
1954-2   Tax Duplicates                     Richard Benner, tax collector, having duly accounted for taxes on the 1952 tax duplicates is hereby granted exoneration and full
                                            settlement on his 1952 Tax Duplicates.
1954-3   Bond Issues and Loans    1/11/1954 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $1000 at the rate of 4% per annum from Merchants National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
1954-4   Budget 1954               2/8/1954 Budget resolution for FY 1954
1954-5   Bond Issues and Loans     3/8/1954 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $500 at the rate of 4% per annum from Merchants National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
1954-6   Bond Issues and Loans   12/13/1954 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $1500 at the rate of 4% per annum from Merchants National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
1955-1   Budget 1955              2/14/1955 Budget resolution for FY 1955
1955-2   Bond Issues and Loans    6/13/1955 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $1500 at the rate of 4% per annum from Merchants National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
1955-3   Streets and sidewalks    6/13/1955 Application to the department of highways to expend $200 for the improvement of Maple St., Second St., and New St. with no. 2 stone
                                            and C-2 asphalt
1955-4   Tax Duplicates          10/10/1955 Richard Benner, tax collector, having duly accounted for taxes on the 1953 tax duplicates is hereby granted exoneration and full
                                            settlement on his 1953 Tax Duplicates.
1956-1   Budget 1956              2/13/1956 Budget resolution for FY 1956
1956-2   Tax Duplicates            7/9/1956 Richard Benner, tax collector, having duly accounted for taxes on the 1954 tax duplicates is hereby granted exoneration and full
                                            settlement on his 1954 Tax Duplicates.
1956-3   Tax Duplicates           1/14/1956 Norman W. Schaffer, tax collector, having duly accounted for taxes on the 1955 tax duplicates is hereby granted exoneration and full
                                            settlement on his 1955 Tax Duplicates.
1957-1   Governmental Affairs     1/14/1957 Designating the Bucks County Planning Commission as the industrial development agency for the County of Bucks in all matters relevant
                                            to and for purposes of the industrial assistance law.
1957-2   Streets and sidewalks    1/14/1957 Petition for county aid for the relocation of present cellar drain line to be replaced by new pipe so that the Pa. Highway dept. can lay
                                            storm sewer line. Estimated cost is $15000.
1957-3   Budget 1957              2/12/1957 Budget resolution for FY 1957
1957-4   Bond Issues and Loans    5/13/1957 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $1500 at the rate of 3% per annum from Quakertown National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
1957-5   Bond Issues and Loans    6/10/1957 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $4500 at the rate of 3% per annum from Quakertown National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
1957-6   Bond Issues and Loans    7/10/1957 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $2000 at the rate of 3% per annum from Quakertown National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
1957-7   Bond Issues and Loans    12/9/1957 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $500 at the rate of 3% per annum from Quakertown National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
1958-1   Tax Duplicates           1/13/1958 Norman W. Schaffer, tax collector, having duly accounted for taxes on the 1956 tax duplicates is hereby granted exoneration and full
                                            settlement on his 1956 Tax Duplicates.
1958-2   Budget 1958              4/14/1958 Budget resolution for FY 1958
1959-1   Budget 1959               2/9/1959 Budget resolution for FY 1959
1959-2   Tax Duplicates            2/9/1959 Norman W. Schaffer, tax collector, having duly accounted for taxes on the 1957 tax duplicates is hereby granted exoneration and full
                                            settlement on his 1957 Tax Duplicates.
1959-3   Governmental Affairs     8/28/1959 Transfer state funds monies under 1959 Budget item 1557 to Budget item number 1555
1959-4   Bond Issues and Loans    11/9/1959 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $2000 at the rate of 3% per annum from Quakertown National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
1960-1   Budget 1960              4/11/1960 Budget resolution for FY 1960
1960-2   Budget 1961              2/13/1960 Budget resolution for FY 1961
1961-1   Governmental Affairs     6/12/1961 Robert E. Shearer is appointed tax collector of the tax levied and imposed by the Borough Council of Richlandtown for calendar year
                                            1961
1961-2   Governmental Affairs    11/13/1961 Designate the Bucks County historical commission as the tourist promotion agency for the County of Bucks.
Number             Subject          Date                                                                  Description                                                                 Revises   Revised
                                                                                                                                                                                                  By
1961-3   Governmental Affairs    12/11/1961 Robert E. Shearer is appointed tax collector of the tax levied and imposed by the Borough Council of Richlandtown for calendar year
                                            1962.
1961-4   Governmental Affairs    12/11/1961 Charles J. Bieber is discharged from employment as part time police officer of the borough.
1962-1   Budget 1962              2/12/1962 Budget resolution for FY 1962
1962-2   Bond Issues and Loans   11/12/1962 President and secretary of the council are authorized to borrow $6500 at the rate of 3% per annum from Quakertown National Bank of
                                            Quakertown
1962-3   Governmental Affairs    12/10/1962 Robert E. Shearer is appointed tax collector of the tax levied and imposed by the Borough Council of Richlandtown for calendar year
                                            1963.
1963-1   Budget 1963              2/11/1963 Budget resolution for FY 1963
1963-2   Bond Issues and Loans    12/9/1963 Investment of $3000 of the Richlandtown water fund into an account with the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Perkasie. It
                                            being the judgment that the interests of the borough shall be enhanced by this investment
1964-1   Governmental Affairs     1/14/1964 Robert E. Shearer is appointed tax collector of the tax levied and imposed by the Borough Council of Richlandtown for calendar year
                                            1964.
1964-2   Budget 1964              2/10/1964 Budget resolution for FY 1964
1964-3   Bond Issues and Loans   12/14/1964 Investment of $3000 of the Richlandtown water fund into an account with the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Perkasie. It
                                            being the judgment that the interests of the borough shall be enhanced by this investment
1965-1   Governmental Affairs     1/11/1965 Robert E. Shearer is appointed tax collector of the tax levied and imposed by the Borough Council of Richlandtown for calendar year
                                            1965.
1965-2   Budget 1965               2/8/1965 Budget resolution for FY 1965
1965-3   Bond Issues and Loans   12/13/1965 Investment of $3000 of the Richlandtown water fund into an account with the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Perkasie. It
                                            being the judgment that the interests of the borough shall be enhanced by this investment
1966-1   Governmental Affairs     1/10/1966 Robert E. Shearer is appointed tax collector of the tax levied and imposed by the Borough Council of Richlandtown for calendar year
                                            1966.
1966-2   Budget 1966              2/14/1966 Budget resolution for FY 1966
1966-3   Bond Issues and Loans   12/12/1966 Investment of $3000 of the Richlandtown water fund into an account with the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Perkasie. It
                                            being the judgment that the interests of the borough shall be enhanced by this investment
1967-1   Budget 1967              2/13/1967 Budget resolution for FY 1967
1967-2   Budget 1968             12/11/1967 Budget resolution for FY 1968
1968-1   Budget 1969              12/9/1968 Budget resolution for FY 1969
1969-1   Budget 1970              12/8/1969 Budget resolution for FY 1970
1969-2   Plan Approval           10/13/1969 Adoption of the final plan under the requirements of the Pennsylvania Sewage Facilities Act of 1966, Act 537.
1970-1   Budget 1971             12/14/1970 Budget resolution for FY 1971
1970-2   Bond Issues and Loans   12/14/1970 Investment of $3000 of the Richlandtown water fund into an account with the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Perkasie. It
                                            being the judgment that the interests of the borough shall be enhanced by this investment
1971-1   Governmental Affairs     11/8/1971 Resolution for the adoption of a comprehensive plan
1971-2   Governmental Affairs     11/8/1971 Appointment of tax collector
1971-3   Budget 1972             12/13/1971 Budget resolution for FY 1972
1972-1   Governmental Affairs     1/10/1972 Investment of the excess in the Richlandtown water fund into an account with the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Perkasie

1972-2   Governmental Affairs      2/7/1972 Resolution for the adoption of a zoning ordinance. (ordinance # 128)
1972-3   Governmental Affairs     6/12/1972 Zoning board is created
1972-4   Governmental Affairs     10/9/1972 Formation of the Quakertown Regional Planning Committee to develop a joint planned residential development ordinance

1972-5   Budget 1973             11/11/1972 Budget resolution for FY 1973
1973-1   Zoning                   3/12/1973 Impose a ban on all development at densities which require public sewer to provide time for the completion of revisions of
                                            comprehensive plans and development of a planned residential development ordinance
1973-2   Code Enforcement         9/10/1973 Permit fees for plumbing code
1973-3   Governmental Affairs     10/8/1973 Appointments to the Richlandtown Planning Commission
1973-4   Governmental Affairs    11/12/1973 Appointments to the Plumber's examining board
1973-5   Governmental Affairs    11/12/1973 Appointment of Plumbing Inspector
1973-6   Governmental Affairs    11/12/1973 Reappointment to zoning hearing board
Number              Subject          Date                                                                     Description                                                                  Revises   Revised
                                                                                                                                                                                                       By
1973-7    Budget 1974             12/10/1973 Budget resolution for FY 1974
1974-1    Governmental Affairs     3/11/1974 Appointment of William T. Platt to the position of building inspector
1974-2    Governmental Affairs    10/14/1974 Repeals any and all bylaws of the Borough Council of Richlandtown, and there shall be no bylaws effective from this date until such
                                             bylaws are enacted
1974-3    Code Enforcement         3/11/1974 Permit fees for plumbing code and building code
1974-4    Governmental Affairs      4/1/1974 Appointments to the Quakertown Area Planning commission
1974-5    Tax Reenactment         12/16/1974 continues per-capita tax and title tax ordinances passed for 1974 into 1975
1974-6    Governmental Affairs    12/16/1974 confirmation of Richlandtown Boroughs membership in the Quakertown area planning committee for 1976
1975-1    Governmental Affairs     1/13/1975 resolution that it is the duty of council to fill the vacancy created by the death of the mayor, Arthur Bartholomew.
1975-2    Governmental Affairs     1/13/1975 resolution in support of continuation of Federal Revenue Sharing. To urge the Congress of the United States to continue indefinitely the
                                             Federal Revenue Sharing program
1975-3    Budget 1975             12/16/1974 Budget resolution for FY 1975
1975-4    Governmental Affairs     4/18/1975 Transfer $762.82 from the Highway Aid Fund account #439 (Street and Road construction) to the Highway Aid Fund account #430.79
                                             (major equipment purchase)
1975-5    Streets and sidewalks    7/14/1975 agreement to install certain traffic signs in the Towne Ct. development for the protection of residents
1975-6    Streets and sidewalks    7/14/1975 agreement for opening of the extension of First Ave. from Walnut St. to Towne Ct. development
1975-7    Governmental Affairs     8/11/1975 Purpose to assure the members of the Richlandtown Volunteer Co. be covered for benefits under the PA Workman's Compensation law.
                                             Grants authorization to the Richlandtown Volunteer Co. to engage in fund raising, participate in firemen's training schools, conventions
                                             and civic functions of the type customarily attended by Volunteer Fire Co. members

1975-8    Governmental Affairs     11/10/1975 Calls upon the State Legislature to oppose Senate Bill #1 which would negate the County's present Flood Plain Ordinance and mandate
                                              a state land use zoning plan.
1975-9    Budget 1976              12/15/1975 Budget resolution for FY 1976
1975-10   Tax Reenactment          12/15/1975 Per-capita tax(ord# # 131), title tax(ord #124) and earned income tax (ord #106) ordinances are continued without substantial change
                                              for the year 1976.
1975-11   Governmental Affairs     12/15/1975 Authorization to execute documents for a grant to aid in financing the reconstruction of the water system upgrade, phase 1 under the
                                              Community Facilities Act.
1976-1    Governmental Affairs      1/12/1976 agreement to designate land as a public road of the borough, the borough agrees not to assess of force the property owners to install
                                              curbs or sidewalks at their expense. Also agreement that the borough will clear the streets of the Towne Ct. development for a fee of
                                              $20.00 per hour.
1976-2    Sewers                    4/12/1976 authorization to proceed with investigation of the possibility that the Richland Sanitary Sewer System be purchased as a joint authority
                                              by Richland Twp and Richlandtown Borough, from the Bucks County Water and Sewer Authority
1976-3    Budget 1977              12/13/1976 Budget resolution for FY 1977
          Streets and sidewalks   undated     Creation of escrow account in the amount of $23,000 to be held by Frankford Trust for the completion of municipal improvements
                                              connected with the dedication and ordination of the streets in the Towne Court development.
1977-1    Governmental Affairs     12/12/1977 Authorization to enter into an agreement of sale of property as described in the Bucks County deed book 2181, page 942, for use by the
                                              borough to erect a 500,000 gallon 40 foot high water storage standpipe for the borough water system.
1978-1    Governmental Affairs      3/13/1978 Authorization to execute documents for a grant to aid in financing the reconstruction of the water system upgrade, phase 2 under the
                                              Community Facilities Act.
1978-2    Streets and sidewalks     9/11/1978 Establishing and prescribing specifications and minimum requirements for the construction of roads prior to their acceptance as
                                              borough roads.
1978-3    Building                10/??/1978 establishing and prescribing general requirements for construction of any type within the borough
1978-4    Building                10/??/1978 establishing and prescribing specifications for construction of water lines within the borough
1978-5    Governmental Affairs      9/11/1978 establishment of 2 separate accounts for the construction of water facilities. One for grant-in-aid (escrow), the other for deposit of all
                                              other funds of what ever origin. Both accounts are established at the Quakertown National Bank.
1978-6    Tax Reenactment          12/11/1978 reenact 1973 ordinance #131 (per capita tax) and 1972 ordinance #124 transfer tax are continued without substantial changes in 1979.

1979-1    Governmental Affairs      2/12/1979 Name change: Richlandtown Borough Civil Defense Agency to the Richlandtown Borough Emergency Management Agency

1979-2    Governmental Affairs       4/9/1979 sponsoring proposed amendment to the constitution of the PA State Association of Boroughs regarding the qualification of officers
Number              Subject         Date                                                                     Description                                                                  Revises   Revised
                                                                                                                                                                                                      By
1979-3    Governmental Affairs    10/8/1979 delineating the area to be studied and approving the designation of the borough of Quakertown as the agency to conduct a 201
                                            facilities planning study.
1979-4    Budget 1980            12/10/1979 annual budget report for 1980
1980-1    Public Property         1/14/1980 Deed dedicating the water lines and storm sewer lines located in Towne Ct. Drive, Linda Ct., N & S Linda Ct., and First Ave as well as the
                                            pump pit located in the right of way of Towne Ct. Drive is accepted.
1980-2    Governmental Affairs    2/11/1980 Due to tax bills being delayed because the Bucks County budget and tax rate will not have been established in time for the tax bills to
                                            mailed by March 1, 1980, the tax collector is authorized to mail them as soon as conveniently possible and enter thereon dates for the
                                            discount period which is 60 days after the sending of the bill.
1980-3    Fee Schedule            5/12/1980 Fee schedule for applicants for subdivision and land development approval.
1980-5    Tax Reenactment        12/15/1980 reenact 1973 ordinance #131 (per capita tax) and 1972 ordinance #124 transfer tax and 1967 ordinance #106 Earned Income Tax are
                                            continued without substantial changes in 1981.
1981-1    Governmental Affairs    2/10/1981 In 1981 all of the 25% of the Liquid Fuels Tax moneys otherwise required to be used for road and street improvement may be used for
                                            the purpose of maintenance and repair of existing roads, streets, bridges, drainage structures for the lining of the streams incidental of
                                            the drainage of highways.
1981-2    Governmental Affairs     3/9/1981 transactions exempted from the Realty Transfer Tax Act of the Commonwealth of PA shall likewise be exempted from the Real Estate
                                            transfer tax of the borough.
1981-3    Governmental Affairs    4/13/1981 Purpose to assure the members of the Richlandtown Volunteer Co. be covered for benefits under the PA Workman's Compensation law.
                                            Grants authorization to the Richlandtown Volunteer Co. to engage in fund raising, participate in firemen's training schools, conventions
                                            and civic functions of the type customarily attended by Volunteer Fire Co. members

1981-5    Fee Schedule            11/16/1981 Fee schedule for applicants for subdivision and land development approval.
1981-6    Governmental Affairs     11/9/1981 Resolution that the General Assembly take whatever action is necessary to ensure that Bucks County remain unified within a single
                                             Congressional District.
1981-7    Tax Reenactment         12/14/1981 reenact 1973 ordinance #131 (per capita tax) and 1972 ordinance #124 transfer tax and 1967 ordinance #106 Earned Income Tax are
                                             continued without substantial changes in 1982.
1982-1    Governmental Affairs      2/8/1982 In 1982 all of the 25% of the Liquid Fuels Tax moneys otherwise required to be used for road and street improvement may be used for
                                             the purpose of maintenance and repair of existing roads, streets, bridges, drainage structures for the lining of the streams incidental of
                                             the drainage of highways.
1982-2    Fee Schedule             7/12/1982 Fees incurred by the Zoning hearing board with respect to application shall be borne by the applicant
1982-3    Tax Reenactment         12/13/1982 reenact 1973 ordinance #131 (per capita tax) and 1972 ordinance #124 transfer tax and 1967 ordinance #106 Earned Income Tax are
                                             continued without substantial changes in 1983.
1983-1    Budget 1983            ??/??/1983 Budget 1983
1983-2    Governmental Affairs     1/10/1983 In 1983 all of the 25% of the Liquid Fuels Tax moneys otherwise required to be used for road and street improvement may be used for
                                             the purpose of maintenance and repair of existing roads, streets, bridges, drainage structures for the lining of the streams incidental of
                                             the drainage of highways.
1983-3    Governmental Affairs     1/10/1983 In support of the early re-enactment of the Federal General Revenue Sharing Plan
1983-4    Governmental Affairs     2/14/1983 Borough honors J. Harold Hinkle for his undaunted service to the citizens of the borough
1983-4    Governmental Affairs     2/14/1983 Authorizing that 25% of the Liquid Fuels Tax be used for maintenance and repair of roads, streets and bridges.
1983-5    Governmental Affairs     6/13/1983 Purpose to assure the members of the Richlandtown Volunteer Co. be covered for benefits under the PA Workman's Compensation law.
                                             Grants authorization to the Richlandtown Volunteer Co. to engage in fund raising, participate in firemen's training schools, conventions
                                             and civic functions of the type customarily attended by Volunteer Fire Co. members

1983-6    Governmental Affairs     5/9/1983 Community development block grant contract. Resolving that the County and the Borough are both desirous to implement the
                                            Richlandtown Borough Water System Improvement in the amount of 10,000.
1983-7    Plan Approval           7/11/1983 Act 537 Plan resolution for the 201 plan. The borough adopts the Quakertown Borough 201 facilities plan providing for sewage disposal
                                            by upgrading and expanding the existing wastewater treatment plant.
1983-9    Tax Reenactment        12/12/1983 reenact 1973 ordinance #131 (per capita tax) and 1972 ordinance #124 transfer tax and 1967 ordinance #106 Earned Income Tax are
                                            continued without substantial changes in 1984.
1983-10   Plan Approval           2/13/1984 Resolved that the borough accept conveyance of messauge and tract of land described in Bucks County deed book 2052 page 689 from
                                            Richland Fire Company No. 1
Number              Subject            Date                                                                     Description                                                                  Revises   Revised
                                                                                                                                                                                                         By
1984-1    Governmental Affairs        2/13/1984 In 1984 all of the 25% of the Liquid Fuels Tax moneys otherwise required to be used for road and street improvement may be used for
                                                the purpose of maintenance and repair of existing roads, streets, bridges, drainage structures for the lining of the streams incidental of
                                                the drainage of highways.
1984-2    Governmental Affairs        2/13/1984 Grants authorization to the Richlandtown Volunteer Co. to engage in fund raising, participate in firemen's training schools, conventions
                                                and civic functions of the type customarily attended by Volunteer Fire Co. members
1984-3    Governmental Affairs         4/9/1984 Borough strongly supports the passing of bills to give municipalities their fair share of the gasoline tax (20%) of the increased amount
                                                from 3.5% to 6.0%
1984-5    Tax Reenactment            12/10/1984 reenact 1973 ordinance #131 (per capita tax) and 1972 ordinance #124 transfer tax and 1967 ordinance #106 Earned Income Tax are
                                                continued without substantial changes in 1985.
1985-1    Governmental Affairs        2/11/1985 Borough urges the reinstatement of the Federal Revenue Sharing Fund in the 1958-86 Federal budget at its fully authorized funding
                                                level.
1985-2    Governmental Affairs        6/10/1985 Adopts the Water Facilities Component of the Quakertown area Comprehensive plan under the requirements of the PA Sewage
                                                Facilities Act of 1966, Act 537.
1985-3    Tax Reenactment             12/9/1985 reenact 1973 ordinance #131 (per capita tax) and 1972 ordinance #124 transfer tax and 1967 ordinance #106 Earned Income Tax are
                                                continued without substantial changes in 1986.
1986-1    Governmental Affairs         6/9/1986 resolution in support of continuation of General Revenue Sharing. To urge the Congress of the United States to continue indefinitely the
                                                General Revenue Sharing program in future years.
1986-3    Tax Reenactment             12/8/1986 reenact 1973 ordinance #131 (per capita tax) and 1972 ordinance #124 transfer tax and 1967 ordinance #106 Earned Income Tax are
                                                continued without substantial changes in 1987.
1987-1    Tax Reenactment            12/14/1987 reenact 1973 ordinance #131 (per capita tax) and 1972 ordinance #124 transfer tax and 1967 ordinance #106 Earned Income Tax are
                                                continued without substantial changes in 1986.
1987-2    Governmental Affairs        4/13/1987 Authorizing the Bucks County Bank and Trust Company to pledge assets to secure public deposits on a pooled basis. Pursuant to Act.
                                                No. 72, 1971 Session signed August 6, 1971
1987-3    Plan Approval             ??/??/1987 Approval of Plan of Richland Cherry Street Associates, Plan of Subdivision Richland Cherry St. Assoc., dated 1/27/1987, revised 8/4/1987.

1988-1    Tax Reenactment           12/12/1988 reenact 1973 ordinance #131 (per capita tax) and 1972 ordinance #124 transfer tax and 1967 ordinance #106 Earned Income Tax are
                                               continued without substantial changes in 1986.
1988-2    Bond Issues and Loans      4/11/1988 Borough to loan Richlandtown Fire Company $20,000 which is to be repaid in 10 years according to the manner as outlined in the
                                               resolution.
1988-3    Governmental Affairs       4/30/1988 Appointment of Barry R. Swartz as councilman to fill the vacancy created by John Loux.
1988-4    Governmental Affairs       6/13/1988 Outline the order in which business is to be conducted by the borough council.
1988-5    Governmental Affairs        8/8/1988 Designate the Mayor of Richlandtown Borough as the person to enforce all Borough ordinances
1988-6    Governmental Affairs      10/10/1988 Call to the members if the general assembly to pass local tax reform
1988-7    Franchises and Services   11/14/1988 Agreement with PP&L to furnish all street lighting service to the Borough or Richlandtown
1988-8    Governmental Affairs      12/12/1988 resolve to become a member of the Upper Bucks Consortium of Communities
1989-1    Governmental Affairs        3/2/1989 Ballot question: Do you favor the issuance of licenses to conduct small games of chance in the Borough of Richlandtown?"

1989-2a   Governmental Affairs        9/11/1989 Resolution to institute the practice of pledging allegiance to the flag at the beginning of each public meeting of the Borough Council

1989-2b   Bond Issues and Loans     10/29/1989 Loan agreement: Borough will loan the Richlandtown Fire Company $40000 toward the purchase of a 1989 Special Service Truck

1989-2    Tax Reenactment           12/11/1989 reenact 1973 ordinance #131 (per capita tax) and 1972 ordinance #124 transfer tax and 1967 ordinance #106 Earned Income Tax are
                                               continued without substantial changes in 1990.
1989-3    Governmental Affairs        1/9/1989 Authorizing the Borough to join with other municipalities by becoming a member of the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Risk
                                               Management Association.
1990-1    Governmental Affairs        1/2/1990 Resolving that Council meetings will begin at 7:00PM prevailing time.
1990-10   Streets and sidewalks     12/10/1990 Supporting the development of a roadway improvement plan for the Route 313/663 corridor.
1990-2    Governmental Affairs        1/8/1990 Resolving to fly the POW/MIA flag at the municipal building.
1990-3    Governmental Affairs       2/12/1990 Agreeing to participate in the creation of a joint comprehensive plan for the six municipalities in the Quakertown Community School
                                               District.
1990-4    Streets and sidewalks       7/9/1990 Accepting a portion of the new extension of Walnut Street and widening of the extension of Walnut Street
Number              Subject            Date                                                                       Description                                                                   Revises    Revised
                                                                                                                                                                                                             By
1990-5    Plan Approval               7/9/1990    Accepting the water distribution system in the Richland Cherry Street Associates Subdivision
1990-6    Plan Approval              8/13/1990    Adoption of the planning module land development for the Dimple Creek Estates
1990-7    Plan Approval              8/13/1990    Adoption of the planning module land development for the ADR Subdivision
1990-9    Tax Reenactment           12/10/1990    reenact 1973 ordinance #131 (per capita tax) and 1972 ordinance #124 transfer tax and 1967 ordinance #106 Earned Income Tax are
                                                  continued without substantial changes in 1991.
1991-1    Governmental Affairs      ?/?/1991      Supporting the relocation of the State Police Barracks from Dublin to Nockamixon State Park.
1991-1    Public Property           ?/?/1991      entry into an agreement with Dimple Creek Inc. with respect to subdivision plans resolutions 1990-6 and 1990-7
1991-2    Governmental Affairs      ?/?/1991      Encouraging Penn DOT to proceed with the environmental impact study.
1991-3    Governmental Affairs         7/8/1991   Entering into an intergovernmental cooperation agreement with Richland Township to provide for the Township's testing for plumbing
                                                  licenses in the Borough.
1991-4    Tax Reenactment            12/9/1991    reenact 1973 ordinance #131 (per capita tax) and 1972 ordinance #124 transfer tax and 1967 ordinance #106 Earned Income Tax are
                                                  continued without substantial changes in 1992.
1992-1    Governmental Affairs       1/13/1992    Granting authorization to the Richlandtown Borough Fire Company to engage in fund raising activities.
1992-2    Governmental Affairs       1/13/1992    Authorizing the addition of an 100 annual license fee to be called the Municipal Waste License Fee.
1992-3    Governmental Affairs       2/10/1992    Designating one or more processing and/or disposal facilities for municipal waste.
1992-4    Governmental Affairs       5/11/1992    Preserves local option of incineration as a method of disposal for solid waste
1992-6    Governmental Affairs       8/10/1992    Adoption of the Quakertown Area Comprehensive Plan in its entirety
1992-7    Governmental Affairs       11/9/1992    Requesting initiation of a Quakertown Area Arterial Need Study.
1992-8    Tax Reenactment           12/14/1992    reenact 1973 ordinance #131 (per capita tax) and 1972 ordinance #124 transfer tax and 1967 ordinance #106 Earned Income Tax are
                                                  continued without substantial changes in 1993.
1992-9    Budget 1993               12/14/1992    Appropriations for expenditures and expenses for FY 1993
1992-10   Franchises and Services   12/14/1992    Opposition to a 10.6% rate increase by Suburban Cable TV Company
1993-1    Governmental Affairs      11/16/1993    Approving the Improvements Agreement and Escrow Agreement presented to Council on January 30, 1987.
1993-2    Governmental Affairs      12/13/1993    Recognizing Fire Company No. 1 as the official Fire Company of Richlandtown Borough.
1993-3    Tax Reenactment           12/13/1993    reenact 1972 ordinance #124 transfer tax and 1967 ordinance #106 Earned Income Tax are continued without substantial changes in
                                                  1993.
1993-4    Budget 1994               12/15/1993    Appropriations for expenditures and expenses for FY 1994
1993-5    Plan Approval             12/13/1993    Approval of the development plan for Zohlman Nursing Home
1993-6    Governmental Affairs      12/13/1993    Authorizing the Borough to join with other local governmental units as a member of the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Risk
                                                  Management Association Worker's Compensation Fund.
1994-1    Plan Approval               8/8/1994    Approving the final plan and waiver of Section 523-B
1994-2    Fee Schedule               9/12/1994    Setting the permit fee for storage of a defective motor vehicle.
1994-3    Governmental Affairs      11/14/1994    Approving, adopting and placing into immediate effect the Emergency Operations Plan of Richlandtown Borough.
1994-5    Budget 1995               12/12/1994    Appropriations for expenditures and expenses for FY 1995
1995-1    Fee Schedule               3/13/1995    Setting the building and zoning permit fees                                                                                                             1998-01
1995-2    Governmental Affairs       6/12/1995    Resolving to follow the schedules and procedures for disposition of records set forth in the Municipal Records Manual approved on July
                                                  16, 1993.
1995-3    Governmental Affairs       6/12/1995    Authorizing the disposition of public records dated 1972 through 1977
1995-4    Administration and         7/10/1995    Sexual harassment policy of Richlandtown Borough
          Government
1995-5    Bond Issues and Loans      8/14/1995 Entering into an agreement with Jonathan L. Felton and W. Stanley Delp, Jr., to amend the Improvements and Escrow Agreement dated
                                               August 8, 1994.
1995-6    Governmental Affairs       9/11/1995 Intending to fully and actively participate in the storm water management planning process for the Tohickon Creek Watershed

1995-7    Public Property           11/11/1995    Acceptance of a deed in fee simple by deed of gift in lieu of condemnation for tax map parcel 37-2-32.
1995-8    Streets and sidewalks     11/13/1995    accepting dedication of right of way of West Union Street
1995-9    Budget 1996               12/11/1995    Appropriations for expenditures and expenses for FY 1996
1996-01   Bond Issues and Loans      1/15/1996    Acceptance of a $61000 bid to repaint the borough water tower
1996-1    Governmental Affairs       3/11/1996    Agreeing to appoint the locally elected tax collector as the municipal officer authorized to provide tax certifications upon request by the
                                                  public.
Number              Subject        Date                                                                   Description                                                                Revises    Revised
                                                                                                                                                                                                  By
1996-2    Governmental Affairs    8/12/1996 Encouraging and supporting the creation of a nature center within the Upper Bucks County region for the benefit of regional residents
                                            and community.
1996-4    Governmental Affairs    12/9/1996 Approving, adopting and placing into immediate effect the Emergency Operations Plan of Richlandtown Borough
1996-03   Budget 1997             12/9/1996 Appropriations for expenditures and expenses for FY 1997
1997-01   Governmental Affairs    3/10/1997 establish local limits for the discharge of pollutants from industrial users and repealing local limits approved by prior ordinance.

1997-02   Public Property         4/14/1997 acquire by condemnation or purchase from Helen Tomek the property adjacent to tax map parcel 37-1-26
1997-03   Governmental Affairs    7/14/1997 plan revision for new land development
1997-04   Governmental Affairs     9/8/1997 Supporting the feasibility of establishing a satellite campus of the Bucks County Community College in the Quakertown area.

1997-05   Fee Schedule            12/8/1997 Fee schedule for use and occupancy permits
1997-06   Budget 1997             12/8/1997 Appropriations for expenditures and expenses for FY 1998
1998-01   Fee Schedule             2/9/1998 Setting the building and zoning permit fees                                                                                             1995-01    2000-1,
                                                                                                                                                                                               2000-6
1998-02   Governmental Affairs     3/9/1998 Calling upon State legislators to support the passage of the Lawsuit Abuse Reform Act.
1998-03   Budget 1999            12/10/1998 Appropriations for expenditures and expenses for FY 1999
1998-04   Governmental Affairs   10/10/1998 Calling upon the members of the General Assembly to pass legislation on the objectives of comprehensive local tax reform.

1999-01   Governmental Affairs     2/8/1999 Requesting Penn DOT to include the Portzer and Pumping Station Roads project on its capital improvement program.
1999-02   Governmental Affairs    5/10/1999 Requesting Bucks County Planning Commission and Penn DOT to include the projects identified in the Pickering Study.
1999-03   Governmental Affairs    7/12/1999 Urging the Bucks County Planning Commission, County Commissioners and SEPTA Board members to formally request that SEPTA and
                                            Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission to put Upper Bucks rail restoration on their 10 year respective plan with very high
                                            priority.
1999-04   Public Property         11/8/1999 Authorizing the borough council to select and appropriate certain real state by eminent domain in fee simple for storm management
                                            facilities
1999-05   Public Property         11/8/1999 purchase land for a storm water management facility
2000-1    Fee Schedule            2/14/2000 change permit violation fee                                                                                                             1997-05
2000-2    Governmental Affairs    2/14/2000 Requesting permission to participate in the Pennsylvania Department of General Services Cooperative Purchasing Program.

2000-3    Governmental Affairs    3/13/2000 Recognizing authority of Volunteer Fire Company to seek reimbursement for hazardous abatement material, environmental incidents
                                            and fire, safety and rescue responses.
2000-4    Public Property         4/10/2000 Acceptance of deed of dedication for ADR/Dimple Creek Roads and Open Space
2000-5    Public Property         4/10/2000 Authorizing the borough council to select and appropriate certain real state by eminent domain in fee simple for laying out streets

2000-6    Fee Schedule            7/10/2006 Fees for erection of fences and paver patios                                                                                            1998-01
2000-7    Governmental Affairs    8/14/2000 Resolving that the Pennsylvania State Constable's Office of Springfield Township be contracted to hand enforcement duties for the
                                            Borough.
2000-8    Fee Schedule            8/14/2000 Amendment of fee schedule to add fees for submission of stormwater management plans
2000-9    Governmental Affairs    9/11/2000 Richlandtown open space plan has been discussed and adopted in its entirety
2000-10   Governmental Affairs   11/13/2000 Requesting Penn DOT to implement equitable maintenance policies and practices through the Commonwealth
2000-11   Governmental Affairs   11/13/2000 Agreement to lend the boroughs support to the Three Rivers Conservation Project and to attend meetings and providing information
                                            that may be in the borough files
2000-12   Budget 2001            12/11/2000 Annual budget report for 2001
2001-1    Fee Schedule            2/12/2001 Schedule of fees for tax certification and other services                                                                               Ord #212
2001-2    Fee Schedule            3/12/2001 Schedule of Fees for Building and Zoning Permits                                                                                        1998-01,
                                                                                                                                                                                    2000-06,
                                                                                                                                                                                    2000-08
2002-01   Governmental Affairs     9/9/2002 Authorize application to the 2003 Bucks Co. Community Development Block Grant Program
2002-02   Budget 2003            11/11/2002 Annual budget report for 2003
Number              Subject         Date                                                                     Description                                                                 Revises   Revised
                                                                                                                                                                                                     By
2003-01   Fee Schedule            3/10/2003 Schedule of Fees for Building and Zoning Permits                                                                                            1998-01,
                                                                                                                                                                                        2000-06,
                                                                                                                                                                                        2000-08,
                                                                                                                                                                                        2002-1
2003-02   Budget 2004             12/8/2003 Annual budget report for 2004
2004-01   Governmental Affairs     3/8/2004 Emergency Operations Plan for the prevention and minimization of injury and damage caused by a major emergency or disaster within
                                            the borough.
2004-02   Governmental Affairs    4/12/2004 Authorization of the Bucks County Planning Commission to make application for a grant-in-aid for a inter-municipal project to update
                                            and revise the Quakertown Area Comprehensive Plan for Participating Municipalities and School District.

2004-03   Public Property         11/8/2004 Acceptance of Deed of dedication of Windsor Drive
2004-04   Public Property         11/8/2004 Acceptance of Deed of dedication of Mary Court
2004-05   Public Property                   Acceptance of Deed of dedication of lot 34 for park and recreational purposes.
2004-06   Budget 2005            12/13/2004 Annual budget report for 2005
2004-07   Tax Reenactment        12/13/2004 Establishment of a tax rate consistent with the total real estate taxes levied in 2004. Millage rates under Bucks County Act 91: previous
                                            millage - 5 mills, using new Bucks county ratio 1.25 mills.
2004-08   Tax Reenactment        12/13/2004 Real estate tax rates for calendar year 2005
2005-1    Fee Schedule             1/8/2004 Increase building permit fees by $2.00 to cover the fee implemented by the governors center for local government which is to                1998-01,
                                            compensate the State of PA for training classes for the PA Uniform Construction Code accepted by Richland borough ordinance # 241           2000-06,
                                                                                                                                                                                        2000-08,
                                                                                                                                                                                        2002-1,
                                                                                                                                                                                        2003-1
2005-2    Governmental Affairs   10/10/2005 authorize application to the 2006 Bucks Co. Community Development Block Grant Program
2005-3    Governmental Affairs   11/14/2005 authorize Bucks County Planning Commission to prepare the Bucks County Hazard Mitigation plan on behalf of Richlandtown Borough.

2005-4    Tax Reenactment         12/12/2005   Tax Levy ordinance for year 2006: general 1.25 mills
2005-5    Budget 2006             12/12/2005   Annual budget report for 2006
2006-01   Governmental Affairs     4/10/2006   adopting the Upper Tohickon Rivers Conservation Plan
2006-02   Governmental Affairs   ??/??/2006    Opposition to both state and national Cable franchising legislation currently being considered by the PA State Legislature and United
                                               States Congress.
2006-03   Tax Reenactment        12/11/2006    Tax Levy ordinance for year 2007: general 1.25 mills
2006-04   Budget 2007            12/11/2006    Annual budget report for 2007
2006-05   Public Property         12/4/2006    Acceptance of Deed of dedication to Richlandtown Playground Association. Inc. of Tax Map Parcel No. 36-029-015 for park and
                                               recreational purposes.
2007-01   Fee Schedule            2/12/2007    Establishment of Fees for the filing of applications , permits, and licenses for the Borough of Richlandtown
2007-02   Governmental Affairs     4/9/2007    Benner Hall. Application to Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for a grant.
2007-03   Governmental Affairs    5/14/2007    Quakertown Rail Restoration. Support for restoration of passenger rail service along the Bethlehem branch
2007-04   Fee Schedule            8/13/2007    Establishment of Fees for the filing of applications , permits, and licenses for the Borough of Richlandtown                             1998-01,
                                                                                                                                                                                        2000-06,
                                                                                                                                                                                        2000-08,
                                                                                                                                                                                        2002-1,
                                                                                                                                                                                        2003-1
2007-05   Governmental Affairs    10/8/2007    Resolution to support the Referendum for the Bucks County bond issue for open space conservation
2007-06   Tax Reenactment         10/8/2007    Tax Levy ordinance for year 2008: general 1.25 mills
2007-07   Budget 2008             10/8/2007    Annual budget report for 2008
2008-01   Governmental Affairs    5/12/2008    Adoption of the Quakertown Area Comprehensive Plan in its entirety
2008-02   Governmental Affairs     6/9/2008    Setting rules for compliance with the Pennsylvania Right to Know Law
2008-03   Budget 2009             12/8/2008    Annual budget report for 2009
2008-04   Tax Reenactment         12/8/2008    Tax Levy ordinance for year 2009: general 1.25 mills
2009-01   Governmental Affairs    1/12/2009    authorization to sign an Attached agreement. (Attached agreement was not attached so am unsure which agreement is referenced.
Number              Subject           Date                                                                      Description                                                            Revises    Revised
                                                                                                                                                                                                    By
2009-02   Governmental Affairs        2/9/2009 Pennvest Funding request for $884,324 from the PA Infrastructure Investment Authority to be used for Wells #1 and #3 Arsenic Removal

2009-03   Governmental Affairs        2/9/2009 Request an H2O grant for $430,775 from the Commonwealth Financing Authority to be used for Wells #1 and #3 Arsenic Removal

2009-04   Governmental Affairs        3/9/2009 Through QPAC the borough agrees to participate in developing multi-principal water resources planning policy recommendations.

2009-05   Governmental Affairs        6/8/2009 Naming the delegate and alternate delegates to the Bucks County Tax Collection Committee established by Act 32 of 2008

2009-06   Governmental Affairs        6/8/2009 Request an H2O grant for $442,162 from the Commonwealth Financing Authority to be used for Wells #1 and #3 Arsenic Removal

2009-07   Governmental Affairs       9/14/2009 Adoption of updates to the municipal open space plan
2009-08   Franchises and Services    8/14/2009 authorizing negotiation and entry into a contract for a water tower lease with T-Mobile Northeast, LLC.
2009-09   Franchises and Services    9/14/2009 merge tax parcels 37-3-12 and 37-001-26 for purpose of erecting and equipment shelter for placement of T-Mobile equipment.

2009-10   Tax Reenactment           12/14/2009   Tax Levy ordinance for year 2010: general 1.25 mills
2009-11   Budget 2010               12/14/2009   Annual budget report for 2010
2010-01   Fee Schedule                3/8/2010   Establishment of Fees for the filing of applications , permits, and licenses for the Borough of Richlandtown                         1998-01,   2010-11
2010-02   Governmental Affairs       4/12/2010   Allows Bucks County Tax Collection Committee to apply for $5,000 grant from DCED for TCC expenses
2010-03   Governmental Affairs       4/12/2010   DCNR Park Grant Application
2010-04   Governmental Affairs       5/10/2010   Quakertown Area Planning Commission (QAPC) Agreement Update
2010-05   Governmental Affairs       6/14/2010   Bucks County Municipal Open Space Program Park Grant Application
2010-06   Governmental Affairs       6/14/2010   Bucks County Water Sewer Authority water shutoff agreement for delinquent sewer bills
2010-07   Governmental Affairs       7/12/2010   Bucks County Water Sewer Authority water discharge agreement for arsenic remediation project
2010-08   Governmental Affairs        8/9/2010   Act 46 Permit Extension, establishes fees
2010-09   Governmental Affairs        8/9/2010   Establishes fees and permit application for transient retail businesses (soliciatation)
2010-10   Governmental Affairs        8/9/2010   Establishes Water Shutoff Procedures for delinquent Sewer customers
2010-11   Fee Schedule                8/9/2010   Updates Fee Schedule based on fees in Resolutions 2010-08, 2010-09                                                                   1998-01,
                                                                                                                                                                                      2000-06,
                                                                                                                                                                                      2000-08,
                                                                                                                                                                                      2002-1,
                                                                                                                                                                                      2003-1
2010-12   Governmental Affairs       9/13/2010 Permits Richland Township Earned Income Tax Office to retain collection services for the year 2011
2010-13   Governmental Affairs      10/11/2010 Permits Richlandtown Borough Council to enter into a contract with Phoebe Richland Home for payment in lieu of taxes

								
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