Apendix D – Governmental and Intergovernmental Affairs

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APPENDIX D

 

GOVERNMENTAL AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS

 

Ord./Res. Date Description
Res. 3/25/1­965   Extending participation in the Social Security program to officers and employees.
69-10 12/19/1969 Creating the Hampden Township Recreation Authority.
Res. 71-7 8/30/1971 Agreeing with boundary line with East Pennsboro Township as established by D.P. Raffensperger Associates.
72-2 4/14/1972 Leasing recreation facilities from the Hampden Township Recreation Authority.
Res. 72-6 -/-/1972 Agreeing to loan recreation authority $50,000.
73-4 4/17/1973 Approving the report of Glace & Glace, consulting engineers concerning a lease rental debt.
Res. 73-5 8/9/1973 Agreeing to loan additional $76,000 to Recreation Author­ity.
Res. 78-2 1/3/1978 Terminating the management agreement with the Hampden Township Recreation Authori­ty.
78-11 9/13/1978 Terminating the lease of recreation facilities.
Res. 80-13 3/14/1980 Establishing rules and regulations of the Hampden Township Police Civil Service Commission.
Res. 84-1 1/2/1984 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as the tax collecting agent and the executive director of the West Shore Tax Bureau as income tax officer for the year 1984.
Res. 84-2 1/2/1984 Eliminating member payments into the Hampden Township police pension fund.
Res. 84-5 2/7/1984 Establishing retention and disposition schedule for the Township.
Res. 84-9 5/1/1984 Declaring Hampden Township Volunteer Fire Company an integral part of the Township’s public safety system and authorizing participation in the Federal Surplus Property program.
Res. 84-10 5/10/1984 Applying for County aid for 1984 resurfacing program.
Res. 84-13 7/3/1984 Providing for line-item transfer in the 1984 budget.
Res. 84-16 9/4/1984 Authorizing an agreement between the Township and the Department of Transportation for traffic services.
Res. 84-17 11/5/1984 Establishing a group account as provided in §1203 of the Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation Law.
Res. 84-18 11/29/1984 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals.
Res. 84-20 12/4/1984 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as the Township’s tax collecting agent.
Res. 84-21 12/27/1984 Providing for line-item transfers in the 1984 budget.
Res. 85-1 1/2/1985 Exempting police officers from paying the employees share of the police pension.
Res. 85-2 1/2/1985 Submitting a letter of intent for the RIRA for the construction of Creekview recreation area, energy and handicapped accessibility improvements to the facility building, improvements to the Hampden pool and improvements to Armitage golf course.
Res. 85-3 1/31/1985 Authorizing the Township Manager to sign forms for Armitage Restaurant/Lounge liquor license transfer.
Res. 85-4 2/5/1985 Establishing a policy on the management of the Hampden Township disposal facility.
Res. 85-6 3/5/1985 Recognizing the Hampden Lions Club for services provided to the community.
Res. 85-8 3/28/1985 Approving a supplemental agreement between the Township, Hampden IDA, Mechanicsburg Development Company and Mechanicsburg Borough.

 

Res. 85-9 4/2/1985 Applying for funding with the Federal Land and Water Conservation Fund for recreational improvements.
Res. 85-10 5/2/1985 Agreeing to adhere to the training standards as established by the Municipal Police Officers Education and Training Commission of the Commonwealth while receiving State funds according to the Municipal Police Education and Training Law.
Res. 85-12 7/2/1985 Supporting the establishment of an access channel within the Sammons Communications of Pa., Inc., cable television system and appointing a representative to participate in the formation of an independent organization which will administer and operate the access channel.
Res. 85-15 -/-/1985 Recognizing Mildred Richards for outstanding service, dedication and commitment to the Township.
Res. 85-17 9/3/1985 Expressing interest in the bridge reinspection program of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
Res. 85-19 10/1/1985 Updating truck access routes under 75 Pa.C.S.A. §4908.
Res. 85-20 10/31/1985 Accepting for distribution a pension check from the Auditor General’s office in the amount of $39,173.59.
Res. 85-21 11/6/1985 Requesting the Board of Assessment and Revision of Taxes to implement procedure of immediately notifying the Township Secretary of any appeals filed by an aggrieved owner and notifying the Township Secretary of a hearing date.  Also, pledging full cooperation with Cumberland County and Cumberland Valley School District in answering appeals by aggrieved owners.
Res. 85-25 12/19/1985 Providing for line item transfers in the 1985 budget.
Res. 86-1 1/6/1986 Eliminating the bikeway account and transferring the balance to the capital improvement fund.  Eliminating the reserve capacity fees fund and transferring the balance to the sewer revenue fund. Eliminating the Armitage restaurant and lounge account and transferring any balance to the general fund and combining the police pension account and pension trust account into the employee pension fund.
Res. 86-2 1/6/1986 Designating West Shore Tax Bureau as Hampden Township’s collection agent.  Appointing the Executive Director as the Income Tax Officer.
Res. 86-3 1/30/1986 Requesting funds from the RIRA program for the purpose of developing the Creekview Recreation Area.
Res. 86-4 1/30/1986 Requesting funds from the RIRA program for the purpose rehabilitating the lighting in the Hampden Township Park.
Res. 86-10 5/5/1986 Adopting the Hampden Township swimming pool policy and procedure.
Res. 86-11 5/29/1986 Opposing the use of Federal/State monies to construct a transport facility in one Pennsylvania municipality to attract industry from another municipality.
Res. 86-12 6/3/1986 Opposing House Bill #1166, the Public Employee Occupational Safety and Health Act.
Res. 86-15 6/26/1986 Authorizing public notice in regard to the incorporation and organization of an authority known as “Capital Area Regional Solid Waste Authority.
Res. 86-16 7/1/1986 Providing line-item transfers in the 1986 budget.
86-7 8/28/1986 Establishing the Capital Area Regional Solid Waste Authority.
Res. 86-18 9/2/1986 Authorizing the execution of a maintenance agreement.
Res. 86-21 11/5/1986 Approving a PennDOT maintenance agreement.
Res. 86-24 12/18/1986 Approving the West Shore Tax Bureau as the agency to collect taxes and the executive director to be the income tax officer for 1987.
Res. 86-29 12/24/1986 Providing for line-item transfers for the 1986 budget.
Res. 87-3 1/6/1987 Proclaiming January as Volunteer Blood Donor Month.
Res. 87-4 1/29/1987 Designating Dauphin Deposit Bank and Trust Company as depository for the Hampden Township general fund.
Res. 87-5 1/29/1987 Executing an agreement for the Federal Project 114 NBIX-002.
Res. 87-11 3/16/1987 Applying for permit to install and operate traffic signals.
Res. 87-14 4/7/1987 Adhering to rules, regulations and training standards established by the Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Commission while receiving any funds from the Commonwealth
Res. 87-15 5/5/1987 Applying for County aid in order to install a new traffic signal.
Res. 87-16 6/2/1987 Entering into a contract between the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Cumberland and the Township of Hampden.
Res. 87-17 6/2/1987 Establishing a fair housing policy.
Res. 87-18 6/2/1987 Establishing guidelines for the use of rehabilitation assistance with community development block grant funds.
Res. 87-22 8/4/1987 Establishing rules and regulations for the Civil Service Commission.
Res. 87-26 10/1/1987 Participating in the project of the Capital Area Regional Solid Waste Authority.
Res. 87-27 10/6/1987 Providing for line-item transfers on the 1987 budget.
Res. 87-29 11/4/1987 Authorizing the transfer of funds.
Res. 87-30 11/24/1987 Designating the Dauphin Deposit Bank and Trust Company as a depository.
Res. 87-32 12/1/1987 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as the tax collection agent and executive director as the income tax officer for the year 1988.
Res. 87-33 12/1/1987 Complying with the requirements of the RIRA program for the purpose of obtaining funds for the purpose of rehabilitating the Salem Ball Park.
Res. 87-34 12/1/1987 Reducing the number of municipal representatives for a quorum for the Capital Region Access Television Advisory Board.
Res. 88-2 1/28/1988 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals.
Res. 88-3 2/2/1988 Providing line-item transfers on the 1987 budget.
Res. 88-8 4/5/1988 Executing an agreement with PennDOT entitled “Nonfederal Aid Bridge Project Agreement.” for financial assistance on the Sears Run Bridge replacement project.
Res. 88-9 4/5/1988 Providing for telephone requests for the transfer of funds under the terms and conditions established.
Res. 88-11B 5/3/1988 Approving the investment management/custodial agreement with Dauphin Deposit Bank & Trust Co. and repurchase agreement – disclosure statement with Dauphin Deposit Bank & Trust Co.
Res. 88-14 6/2/1988 Exempting the police officers from paying the employees’ share of the police pension contribution for the year ending 1986.
Res. 88-15 6/2/1988 Exempting the police officers from paying the employees’ share of the police pension contribution for the year ending 1987.
Res. 88-18A 7/28/1988 Applying for County aid for the 1988 street resurfacing program.
Res. 88-20 9/6/1988 Providing for line-item transfers for the 1988 budget.
Res. 88-22 9/6/1988 Establishing police department policies.
Res. 88-23 10/27/1988 Requesting the members of the General Assembly to pass on or before November 30, 1988, legislation addressing objectives of comprehensive tax reform.
Res. 88-24 11/1/1988 Approving employee policies and procedures and directing the Township Manager to distribute the policies and procedures to all employees.
Res. 88-25 12/1/1988 Authorizing the additional signature of Jerry A. Andre with Dauphin Deposit Bank & Trust.
Res. 88-31 12/6/1989 Approving the 1989 budget for the West Shore Tax Bureau and reappointing the representative to the Tax Bureau.
Res. 89-1 1/3/1989 Providing for line-item transfers totaling $287,513.42.
Res. 89-3 2/2/1989 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals.
Res. 89-4 2/2/1989 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as collection agent and representative to the Board of Governors of said Bureau.
Res. 89-5 2/2/1989 Providing for the line-item transfers totaling $150,640.00.
Res. 89-7 3/2/1989 Requesting the Cumberland County Board of Elections to place the question of small games of chance on the May ballot as a referendum.
Res. 89-9 3/7/1989 Requiring the Industrial Development Authority to hold public hearings and submit a report to the Board of Commissioners.
Res. 89-10 3/7/1989 Providing for the annual settlement of real estate and per capita taxes for the year 1988.
Res. 89-11 3/21/1989 Recognizing Cumberland County Industrial Enterprises, Inc. as the agency to receive industrial development assistance funds through the Department of Commerce.
Res. 89-12 4/4/1989 Applying for County aid in the amount of $20,297.00 for the 1989 street resurfacing program.
Res. 89-13 4/4/1989 Adopting an emergency operation plan for the Township.
Res. 89-14 5/2/1989 Adopting a police policy concerning firearms.
Res. 89-21 7/5/1989 Providing for line-item transfers totaling $50,998.15.
Res. 89-24 -/-/1989 Implementing an IRS §457 deferred compensation plan for the benefit of Township employees.  Selecting Hartford Life Insurance Company to initiate a deferred compensation plan.
Res. 89-26 11/8/1989 Proclaiming November 11 through 18, 1989 as “Scouting for Food Week.”
Res. 89-27 10/3/1989 Approving the 1990 budget for the West Shore Tax Bureau.
Res. 89-35 11/8/1989 Exempting uniformed and nonuniformed from mandatory employee contributions for the year 1990.
Res. 11/30/1989   Renewing retail liquor license GR-8.
Res. 12/1/1989   Changing of officers, directors and manager or steward of club.
Res. 89-40 12/21/1989 Bonding the Township treasurer in the amount of $2,942,575.00.
Res. 89-41 -/-/1989 Designating the West Short Tax Bureau as tax collecting agent and its representative to the Board of Governors for the year 1990.
Res. 90-1 1/2/1990 Providing for the line-item transfers totaling $375,331.00.
Res. 90-2 2/1/1990 Designating Dauphin Deposit Bank and Trust Company as depository of funds.
Res. 90-4 2/6/1990 Establishing the release of documents policy.
Res. 90-5 3/6/1990 Applying for County aid in the amount of $22,201.00 for the purpose of 1990 street resurfacing program.
Res. 90-8 3/6/1990 Following the procedures for the disposition of records.
Res. 90-9 6/5/1990 Creating the nonpolice position of community service officer, establishing application requirements and establishing duties.
Res. 90-12 5/31/1990 Adopting a fee agreement for defined benefit plans.
Res. 90-15 8/7/1990 Providing the line-item transfers in the amount of $92,200.00.
Res. 90-17 8/2/1990 Authorizing the execution of an agreement.
Res. 90-18 8/30/1990 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals.
Res. 90-19 10/2/1990 Authorizing execution and delivery of an interjurisdictional agreement between the Township, Hampden Township Sewer Authority, Township of Lower Allen and Lower Allen Township Authority concerning sewage disposal for Hampden Service Area, Quaker Oats Co. and Kinney Shoe Co.
Res. 90-20 11/5/1990 Certifying the Township completed the Creekview Recreation area project in accordance with the grant.
Res. 90-24 11/29/1990 Renewing municipal golf course liquor license.
Res. 90-25 11/28/1990 Requesting technical assistance grant project for the Circuit Rider Program for the Township.
Res. 90-28 12/27/1990 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as the collection agent and appointing its representative to the Board of Governors of said Bureau.
Res. 91-1 1/2/1991 Desiring to obtain reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred for Officer William A. Reynolds pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Act.
Res. 91-2 1/2/1991 Desiring to obtain reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred for Officer Shaun A. Felty pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Act.
Res. 91-3 1/2/1991 Desiring to obtain reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred for Officer Steven Shissler pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Act.
Res. 91-4 1/2/1991 Desiring to obtain reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred for Officer Jeffrey Snyder pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Act.
Res. 91-5 1/2/1991 Providing for line-item transfers totaling $655,206.00.
Res. 91-6 1/31/1991 Providing for line-item transfers totaling $4,325.00.
Res. 1/31/1991   Correcting liquor license application for the municipal golf course.
Res. 91-10 3/5/1991 Approving annual settlement of real estate and per capita taxes for the year 1990.
Res. 91-11 3/5/1991 Applying for county aid in the amount of $21,349.00 for 1991 street resurfacing program.
Res. 91-12 3/5/1991 Conveying gratefulness for all who served in Desert Storm.
Res. 91-13 4/2/1991 Designating Dauphin Deposit Bank and Trust Company as depository for the Hampden Township sanitation fund.
Res. 91-14 4/2/1991 Declaring a celebration will be held in honor of military personnel returning from the Middle East.
Res. 91-15 4/2/1991 Designating Dauphin Deposit Bank and Trust Company as depository.
Res. 91-16 4/3/1991 Entering into an agreement with Dauphin Deposit Bank and Trust Company to provide the Township with transfer of funds through telephone, verbal and written requests.
Res. 91-17 4/2/1991 Ratifying the Cumberland County Municipal Waste Management Plan of 1991.
Res. 91-18 5/7/1991 Recognizing the Baseball Association as an independent, non-Township and nonprofit entity for purposes of operating small games of chance.
Res. 91-21 5/30/1991 Permitting the Volunteer Fire Police to participate in volunteer services for the Seidle Memorial Foot Race as individuals and not as agents or employees of the Township.
Res. 91-22 6/21/1991 Designating the Dauphin Deposit Bank and Trust Company as depository for the general fund account.
Res. 91-23 6/27/1991 Providing for line-item transfers totaling $113,955.00.
Res. 91-27 8/6/1991 Recognizing Jeremy Lundquist for his achievement in the regional Arco Jesse Owens Track and Field Long Jump Event.
Res. 91-29 8/1/1991 Supporting the advisory petition which requests that the United States Congress instruct the United States Treasury to create and issue interest-free loans to tax supported bodies for the purpose of funding capital projects.
Res. 91-30 8/29/1991 Designating the Dauphin Deposit Bank and Trust Company as depository for the intermunicipal fund account.
Res. 91-33 8/29/1991 Establishing rules, regulations, policies and procedures applicable to the Police Department.
Res. 91-36 10/30/1991 Designating West Shore Tax Bureau as collection agent, and appointing executive director as income tax officer.
Res. 91-37 10/30/1991 Applying for a RIRA program technical assistance grant project for the circuit rider program for Hampden Township.
Res. 91-39 11/26/1991 Applying for renewal for municipal golf course liquor license.
Res. 91-40 11/26/1991 Recognizing the Hampden Township Youth Soccer Association for 15 years of dedication and declaring December 29, 1991 as Youth Soccer Day.
Res. 91-41 12/17/1991 Recognizing the Chamber of Commerce as an independent, non-Township and nonprofit entity for the purpose of operating small games of chance.
Res. 92-3 1/6/1992 Providing for line-item transfers totaling $565,116.00.
Res. 92-4 1/2/1992 Declaring January 24, 1992, as Youth Soccer Day.
Res. 92-6 1/30/1992 Designating Dauphin Bank and Trust Company as depository for the general fund account.
Res. 92-7 1/30/1992 Authorizing the Delinquent Account Coordinator to file and prosecute of civil complaints for the collection of delinquent sewer and trash services.
Res. 92-9 3/3/1992 Applying for County aid in the amount of $17,536.00 for the purpose of 1992 street resurfacing program.
Res. 92-10 3/26/1992 Authorizing application for extension of the municipal golf course liquor license.
Res. 92-11 5/5/1992 Commending Connie and Stanley Smith, Nelson Korb and Maryanne Cowden for their heroic actions in the rescue of Adell Shettig from her burning home.
Res. 92-14 7/2/1992 Commending Glen Folk for his heroic actions in the rescue of Eucario Riveria from the burning wreckage of his truck.
Res. 92-15 7/7/1992 Commending Wastewater Treatment Department employees for receipt of the Class II, Plant Safety Award as presented by the Water Pollution Control Association.
Res. 92-19 7/7/1992 Providing for line-item transfers in the budget in the amount of $46,975.00.
Res. 92-20 8/4/1992 Accepting the final report of the Reappointment Committee to reapportion Township’s voter precincts and requesting the Cumberland County Board of Elections to modify and alter the existing districts in conformance to the final report.
Res. 92-22 8/27/1992 Recognizing Amanda Dakan for her achievement in the national Arco Jesse Owens Track and Field Competition, High Jump Event.
Res. 92-23 8/27/1992 Requesting permission to participate in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Cooperative Purchasing program.
Res. 92-24 10/29/1992 Designating West Shore Tax Bureau as collection agent, and appointing executive director as income tax officer.
Res. 92-25 10/29/1992 Joining with other local governments units in accordance with the Intergovernmental Cooperation Act and other similar acts by becoming a settler of the Pennsylvania Local Government Investment Trust.
Res. 92-27 12/17/1992 Defining “capital expenditure” as any expenditure over $200.00.
Res. 92-28 12/17/1992 Forgiving, as of December 31, 1992, unidentifiable interfund debts as recommended by the Township Auditor, McKonly and Asbury.
Res. 92-29 11/24/1992 Authorizing filing an application to the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board for the renewal of the municipal golf course liquor license.
Res. 93-1 1/5/1993 Approving the designation of the Capital Region Economic Development Corporation as the industrial development agency to represent the County of Cumberland in all matters relevant to and for all purposes of the Industrial Development Assistance Law.
Res. 93-2 1/5/1993 Providing for line-item transfers in the budget totaling $194,285.00.
Res. 93-3 1/5/1993 Congratulating the Cumberland Valley Eagles Varsity football team for its outstanding achievements during the 1992 football season.
93-1 1/28/1993 Executing Penn PRIME Workers Compensation Trust Agreement.
93-3 2/12/1993 Including Township Commissioners and their dependents under the Township’s group hospitalization and health insurance plans.
Res. 93-5 2/25/1993 Applying for County aid in the amount of $14,205.00 for 1993 street resurfacing program.
Res. 93-7 3/31/1993 Providing line-item transfers totaling $24,444.00.
Res. 93-9 3/31/1993 Authorizing execution of an agreement.
Res. 93-10 3/31/1993 Authorizing execution of a maintenance agreement.
Res. 93-11 4/29/1993 Establishing a non-uniformed employees’ pension plan.
Res. 93-12 4/29/1993 Establishing a police pension plan.
Res. 93-14 7/29/1993 Providing for line-item transfers in the budget in the amount of $82,614.00.
Res. 93-18 9/2/1993 Recognizing Brandy Doerflinger for her achievement in the regional and national Arco Jesse Owens Track and Field High Jump event.
Res. 93-19 9/2/1993 Recognizing Stacey Geyer for her achievement in the regional and national Arco Jesse Owens Track and Field High Jump event.
Res. 93-20 9/2/1993 Recognizing Nathan Miller for his achievement in the regional and national Arco Jesse Owens Track and Field Long Jump event.
Res. 93-21 9/2/1993 Authorizing the execution of a reimbursement agreement with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for the turnback of Creekview Road to Hampden Township.
Res. 93-22 9/29/1993 Designating West Shore Tax Bureau as collection agent, and appointing executive director as income tax officer.
Res. 93-24 10/28/1993 Authorizing execution of an agreement with the Department of Transportation for a grant in the amount of $12,366.00 for enforcement on highway safety corridor Route 11.
Res. 93-25 11/16/1993 Applying to the Liquor Control Board to renew municipal golf course liquor license.
Res. 93-26 11/16/1993 Bonding the Township Treasurer in the amount of $3,000,000.00.
Res. 93-31 12/29/1993 Providing for line-item transfers in the budget in the amount of $131,522.00.
Res. 94-2 1/27/1994 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals at the intersection of Good Hope Road and Wertzville Road.
Res. 94-3 1/27/1994 Completing the Circuit Rider Project in accordance with the grant contract and certifying that all project expenditures have been made and were in accordance with grant contract.
Res. 94-4 2/24/1994 Applying for County aid in the amount of $65,000 for 1994 street resurfacing program.
Res. 94-5 3/31/1994 Designating Dauphin Deposit Bank and Trust Company as depository for the Hampden Township community contact program.
Res. 94-6 6/2/1994 Designating PNC Bank as depository for the Hampden Township recreation grant account.
Res. 94-7 6/2/1994 Designating PNC Bank as depository for the Hampden Township capital improvement fund.
Res. 94-8 6/2/1994 Designating PNC Bank as depository for the Hampden Township State highway aid account.
Res. 94-9 6/2/1994 Designating PNC Bank as depository for the Hampden Township general obligation fund.
Res. 94-13 6/30/1994 Adopting emergency operations plan for the Township.
Res. 94-14 6/29/1994 Requesting the Cumberland County Board of Elections and Board of Commissioners to take appropriate action to remedy the paper voting situation.
Res. 94-15 7/28/1994 Providing for line-item transfers in the budget totaling $157,537.00.
Res. 94-16 -/-/1994 Agreeing to participate and cooperate in the Countryside Stewardship Exchange concerning countryside protection.
Res. 94-17 -/-/1994 Designating Dauphin Deposit Bank and Trust Company and Bank of Pennsylvania as depositories for the Hampden Township turnback fund.
Res. 94-20 9/1/1994 Recognizing Monique Reed for her achievement in the regional and national Arco Jesse Owens Track and Field long jump event.
Res. 94-21 9/1/1994 Recognizing Adrianne Dakanher for her achievement in the regional and national Arco Jesse Owens Track and Field long jump event.
Res. 94-22 9/1/1994 Recognizing Ryan Green for his achievement in the regional and national Arco Jesse Owens Track and Field softball event.
Res. 94-23 9/1/1994 Authorizing disposition of records as set forth in the Municipal Records Manual approved on July 16, 1993.
Res. 94-24 9/1/1994 Authorizing the disposition of certain records.
Res. 94-27 9/28/1994 Authorizing the disposition of certain financial records.
Res. 94-28 9/28/1994 Recognizing Matthew Orren Picioccio for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.
Res. 94-29 10/27/1994 Recognizing William “Billy” J. Kaldes for his involvement with the United Cerebral Palsy of the Capital Area and congratulating him on being named “UCP Man of the Year.”
Res. 94-30 10/27/1994 Authorizing the disposition of certain public records.
Res. 94-32 10/27/1994 Designating West Shore Tax Bureau as collection agent, and appointing executive director as income tax officer.
Res. 94-34 12/1/1994 Applying to the Liquor Control Board for renewal of the municipal golf course liquor license.
Res. 94-36 12/1/1994 Recognizing the Hampden Township Volunteer Fire Company as part of the community public safety program and confirming that the Township provides periodic discretionary funding to the fire company for the purpose of providing public safety.
Res. 95-1 1/2/1995 Applying for reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred for Officer Mark W. Martin pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Act.
Res. 95-2 2/2/1995 Providing line-item transfers in the budget totaling $150,650.00.
Res. 95-3 2/2/1995 Recognizing and congratulating Scott Emett Brewer for attaining the Eagle Scout Award.
Res. 95-7 3/2/1995 Providing line-item budget transfers for the year totaling $1,760.
Res. 95-8 3/2/1995 Requesting an allocation of $20,200 from the County Liquid Fuel Funds program.
Res. 95-9 3/2/1995 Filing a permit to install and operate traffic signals on Sporting Hill Road at the entrance/exist to the Emergency Services building.
Res. 95-10 -/-/1995 Recognizing the Hampden Civic Club for its service to the community.
Res. 95-11 3/20/1995 Filing a permit to install and operate traffic signals on Carlisle Pike and Salem Church Road.
Res. 95-13 4/27/1995 Requesting reimbursement of monies for the expenses incurred for Officer James L. Sollenburger pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Act.
Res. 95-15 4/27/1995 Stating the disapproval of the Board of Commissioners of the dissolution of the Pennsylvania Department of Community Affairs.
Res. 95-16 6/1/1995 Filing a permit to install and operate traffic signals on Carlisle Pike and Brondle Boulevard/England Jeep Eagle driveway.
Res. 95-17 6/29/1995 Filing a permit to install and operate traffic signals on Sporting Hill Road and Park Street.
Res. 95-18 6/29/1995 Authorizing the proper officials to sign an agreement.
Res. 95-19 -/-/1995 Recognizing and congratulating Mark E. Donohue for attaining the Eagle Scout Award.
Res. 95-21 7/27/1995 Signing a maintenance agreement.
Res. 95-22 8/31/1995 Participating in the Pennsylvania Federal Surplus Property program.
Res. 95-24 9/27/1995 Completing various park and recreation projects in compliance with the requirements of the RIRA program and the Pennsylvania Department of Community Affairs.
Res. 95-25 11/2/1995 Terminating an easement for the construction of a bike path.
Res. 95-26 11/2/1995 Recognizing and congratulating Benjamin J. Semanko for attaining the Eagle Scout Award.
Res. 95-27 11/2/1995 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as the Township’s collection agent, and appointing an Income Tax Officer and alternate representative to the Board of Directors of said Bureau.
Res. 95-31 11/2/1995 Filing an application for the renewal of the Municipal Golf Course liquor license.
Res. 95-33 11/2/1995 Exempting uniformed and nonuniformed employees from mandatory contributions to their respective pension plans for the years 1988 through and including 1996.
Res. 95-34 11/2/1995 Recognizing and congratulating Mark Andrew Vogelsong for attaining the Eagle Scout Award.
Res. 95-37 11/2/1995 Transferring from State control to Township control State Route 1002 from segment 0010 offset 0000 to segment 0040 offset 2374, a distance of 1.7451 miles.
Res. 95-38 11/2/1995 Filing an application for a permit to install and operate traffic signals on Good Hope Road to Creekview Road (SR 1002)/T621.
Res. 95-40 12/28/1995 Disposing of various municipal records.
Res. 95-42 12/28/1995 Authorizing the signing of a traffic signal maintenance agreement.
Res. 96-1 1/31/1996 Providing line-item transfers in the budget totaling $77,920.00.
Res. 96-6 2/29/1996 Requesting an allocation of $20,622 from the County Liquid Fuel Funds program.
Res. 96-7 3/26/1996 Recognizing and congratulating Mark Michael Letnaunchyn for attaining the Eagle Scout Award.
Res. 96-12 4/30/1996 Transferring from State control to Township control State Route 1002 from segment 0010 offset 0000 to segment 0040 offset 2374, a distance of 1.6598 miles.
Res. 96-13 5/30/1996 Recognizing and congratulating Mark Levi W. Wolfe for attaining the Eagle Scout Award.
Res. 96-14 6/27/1996 Filing an application with the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board for the approval of appointment of a permanent manager for the Caddy Shack.
Res. 96-15 8/1/1996 Authorizing Dauphin Deposit Bank and Trust Company, Bank of Pennsylvania or Farmers Bank and Trust to transfer funds to other accounts of the Township or to accounts of a third party.
Res. 96-16 10/31/1996 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as the Township’s collection agent.
Res. 96-17 10/31/1996 Authorizing membership in the Pennsylvania Municipal Insurance and Employee Benefit Plans, Inc.
Res. 96-18 11/27/1996 Filing an application for the renewal of the Municipal Golf Course liquor license.
Res. 96-19 11/27/1996 Supporting the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners to proceed with the submission of the planning, implantation and technical assistance grant program application for the preparation of the Cumberland County Greenway plan.
Res. 96-20 11/27/1996 Requesting funds to rehabilitate Hampden Township Park.
Res. 96-21 12/3/1996 Exempting uniformed and nonuniformed employees from mandatory contributions to their respective pension funds for the plan year ending in 1997.
Res. 96-23 11/27/1996 Requesting that the Township be permitted to participate in purchase contracts of the Central Westmoreland Council of Governments.
Res. 97-1 1/2/1997 Disposing of various public records.
Res. 97-3 1/2/1997 Honoring the memory of E.L. “Jack” Gaughen
Res. 97-4 1/2/1997 Transferring funds in the amount of $141,770.00.
Res. 97-5 1/30/1997 Transferring funds in the amount of $27,900.00.
Res. 97-6 1/28/1997 Applying for aid in the amount of $10,338.00 in the County Liquid Fuel Funds Program for 1997 street resurfacing.
Res. 97-8 1/30/1997 Requesting the County Board of Elections to place a question concerning bottle clubs on the ballot of the primary election of 1997.
Res. 97-10 2/27/1997 Ratifying the 1997 Cumberland County Municipal Waste Management Plan.
Res. 97-12 6/4/1997 Adopting an emergency operations plan for the Township.
97-9 10/2/1997 Joining with other political subdivisions as a member of the Capital Region Insurance Trust.
Res. 97-12A 10/30/1997 Recognizing Garett R. Nell for attaining the Eagle Scout award.
Res. 97-13 7/31/1997 Executing an agreement for financial participation with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for a municipal project on State highway SR 1013.
Res. 97-17 12/2/1997 Exempting uniformed and nonuniformed employees from mandatory contributions to their respective pension plans for the year 1998.
Res. 97-19 12/2/1997 Appointing the West Shore Tax Bureau as the Township collection agent to collect taxes and appointing the Executive Director of West Shore Tax Bureau as the Income Tax Officer for 1998.
Res. 97-20 12/2/1997 Codifying the rules, regulations, policies and procedures applicable to the Hampden Township Police Department.
Res. 97-21 12/30/1997 Disposing of certain Township records.
Res. 98-1 1/29/1998 Transferring funds in the amount of $22,131.91.
Res. 98-2 2/26/1998 Designating Dauphin Deposit Bank and Trust Company as the depository for Township funds.
Res. 98-3 2/26/1998 Recognizing Matthew L. Shaffer for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.
Res. 98-4 2/26/1998 Applying for aid in the amount of $10,335.00 in the County Liquid Fuel Funds Program for 1998 street resurfacing.
Res. 98-6 2/26/1998 Acknowledging Philip E. Sgrignoli’s lifelong contribution to his community.
Res. 98-8 4/7/1998 Congratulating Tristen Asken for placing second after 24 rounds in the Houghton Mifflin Spelling Bee.
Res. 98-9 4/7/1998 Entering into an agility agreement with the Department of Transportation.
Res. 98-10 4/30/1998 Supporting the establishment of a National Museum of the United States Army in Middlesex Township.
Res. 98-11 5/28/1998 Acknowledging Dr. Gordon Myers’ lifelong contribution to the Cumberland Valley School District.
Res. 98-12A 5/28/1998 Congratulating Andrea Harding for her first place finish in the Capital Area Science Engineering Fair.
Res. 98-12B 5/28/1998 Congratulating A.J. Carr for his second place finish in the Capital Area Science Engineering Fair.
Res. 98-12C 5/28/1998 Congratulating John Sieck for his second place finish in the Capital Area Science Engineering Fair.
Res. 98-12D 5/28/1998 Congratulating Kathleen Kelliher for her second place finish in the Capital Area Science Engineering Fair.
Res. 98-12E 5/28/1998 Congratulating Thomas Grimme for his third place finish in the Capital Area Science Engineering Fair.
Res. 98-12F 5/28/1998 Congratulating Andrew Kelly for his first place finish in the Grade 6 Division of Math 24 Challenge Regional Competition.
Res. 98-12G 5/28/1998 Congratulating Ian Parker for his second place finish in the Grade 4-5 Division of Math 24 Challenge Regional Competition.
Res. 98-12H 5/28/1998 Congratulating Kerry Moore for his second place finish in the Cumberland County Annual Poster Contest.
Res. 98-12I 5/28/1998 Congratulating Mary Kate Grimme for her second place finish in the Cumberland County Annual Poster Contest.
Res. 98-12J 5/28/1998 Congratulating Jill Glessner for her second place finish in the Cumberland County Annual Poster Contest.
Res. 98-12K 5/28/1998 Congratulating Samantha Chidiac for her third place finish in the Cumberland County Annual Poster Contest.
Res. 98-12L 5/28/1998 Congratulating Lindsey Hilton for her third place finish in the Cumberland County Annual Poster Contest.
Res. 98-12M 5/28/1998 Congratulating Susan Pavuaik for her second place finish in the 1998 Youth Poetry Contest.
Res. 98-13 7/7/1998 Recognizing Scott J. Donohue for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.
Res. 98-14 7/30/1998 Extending the Township’s sincerest appreciation for years of loyal service to Richard J. Kopko.
Res. 98-15 7/30/1998 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals.
98-8 8/27/1998 Adopting an agreement with the County of Cumberland, the office of the District Attorney, Office of Sheriff and other area municipalities for mutual aid for cooperative law enforcement efforts.
Res. 98-19 10/1/1998 Agreeing to comply with the requirements of the Keystone Acquisition and Development Grant program to obtain funds in the amount of $22,312.50 to acquire 2.2 acres on Good Hope Road.
Res. 98-20 10/1/1998 Appointing the West Shore Tax Bureau as the Township collection agent to collect taxes and appointing the Executive Director of West Shore Tax Bureau as the Income Tax Officer for 1999.
Res. 98-21 10/1/1998 Offering moral support to AMP, Inc., in its efforts to have AMP stockholders reject Allied Signal, Inc.’s, unsolicited offer to purchase AMP, Inc., stock and to the employees of AMP, Inc., and encouraging, in the spirit of intergovernmental cooperation, neighboring municipalities to do the same.
Res. 98-22 12/1/1998 Renewing municipal golf course liquor license.

 

Res. 98-23 12/01/1998 Exempting uniformed and non-uniformed from mandatory employee contributions for the year 1999.

 

Res. 98-25 12/30/1998 Bestowing upon Corporal Gary S. Bonner the Medal of Valor.

 

Res. 98-26 12/30/1998 Commending Linda Bonner for her fearless acts, positive support and invaluable contribution to the community.

 

Res. 98-27 12/30/1998 Authorizing the disposition of 1991 public records.
98-17 12/30/1998 Establishing an Industrial Pretreatment Program and providing regulations limiting and controlling the quality of wastewater discharged into the Lower Allen sewer system.

 

Res. 99-06 01/28/1999 Applying for County aid for 1999 resurfacing program.

 

Res. 99-07 02/25/1999 Adopting and accepting a guide to policy and procedures for consultant selection.
Res. 99-08 04/06/1999 Requesting permission to participate in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Cooperative Purchasing program.

 

Res. 99-10 04/06/1999 Recognizing Daniel J. Church for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 99-11 05/27/1999 Recognizing the Cumberland County Republican Committee as an independent, nonprofit civic/service organization for purposes of operating small games of chance.

 

Res. 99-12 04/29/1999 Adopting entry-level police application fee

 

Res. 99-13 07/01/1999 Approving rules and regulations adopted by West Shore Tax Bureau for one percent tax on earned income and net profits

 

Res. 99-14 07/01/1999 Authorizing the Township Manager to execute documents associated with a Department of Conservation and Natural Resources grant

 

Res. 99-15 07/01/1999 Authorizing the Township to execute documents associated with a Department of Community and Economic Development grant.

 

Res. 99-17 07/29/1999 Adopting emergency operations plan for the Township.

 

Res. 99-18 07/29/1999 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals at SR 944/I-81 southbound off ramp.

 

Res. 99-19 07/29/199 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals at SR-944/I-81 northbound off ramp.

 

Res. 99-20 07/29/1999 Applying for permit to install and operate traffic signals at SR 944/Valley Road/Technology Parkway.

 

Res. 99-22 09/28/1999 Recognizing Welsey E. Trump for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 99-24 09/28/1999 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as the tax collecting agent, appointing the executive director of the West Shore Tax Bureau as income tax officer and assigning the representative and alternate representative for the year 2000.

 

Res. 99-26 11/03/1999 Recognizing Kevin Wolfe for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 99-29 12/2/1999 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals at Trindle Road/Railroad Avenue

 

Res. 99-31 12/2/1999 Exempting uniformed and non-uniformed from mandatory employee contributions for the year 2000.

 

Res. 99-32 12/30/1999 Authorizing the disposition of certain public records.

 

Res. 00-01 01/27/2000 Recognizing Robert A. Huber for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 00-02 01/27/2000 Providing for line-item transfer in the 1999 budget.

 

Res. 00-03A 01/27/2000 Commending Timothy P. Knepp for 31 years of service to the fire company
Res. 00-05 03/2/2000 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals at Valley Road and Forsythe Boulevard

 

Res. 00-06 03/2/2000 Applying for County aid for 2000 resurfacing program.

 

Res. 00-08 03/2/2000 Entering into an agreement with the Department of Transportation for Commonwealth financial participation in municipal project on state highway
Res. 00-09 04/27/2000 Recognizing authority of volunteer fire companies to seek reimbursement for hazardous abatement material, environmental incidents and safety and rescue responses

 

Res. 00-10 06/1/2000 Supporting the efforts of the Cumberland/Perry Joint Task Force on Transportation and Planning

 

Res. 00-11 06/1/2000 Recognizing Cpl. Kenneth W. Gutshall, Jr. on his retirement from the Police Department.

 

Res. 00-13 08/31/2000 Designating Mid Penn Bank as depository for the Hampden Township Sewer Revenue Fund.

 

Res. 00-14 08/31/2000 Entering into a five-year winter maintenance agreement with Pennsylvania Department of Transportation

 

Res. 00-15 10/03/2000 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as the tax collecting agent, appointing the executive director of the West Shore Tax Bureau as income tax officer and assigning the representative and alternate representative for the year 2001.

 

Res. 00-20 11/08/2000 Recognizing Mark S. Valigorsky for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 00-21 12/05/2000 Renewing municipal golf course liquor license.

 

Res. 00-23 12/05/2000 Exempting uniformed and nonuniformed from mandatory employee contributions for the year 2001.

 

Res. 00-25 12/28/2000 Authorizing the disposition of certain public records.

 

Res. 01-01 02/01/2001 Providing for line-item transfer in the 2000 budget.

 

Res. 01-02 02/01/2001 Applying for County aid for 2001 resurfacing program.

 

Res. 01-03 03/06/2001 Designating Allfirst Bank as depository for the Hampden Township Retired Medical Benefit fund.

 

Res. 01-05   NOT USED

 

Res. 01-07 03/29/2001 Adopting Armitage Meeting Room rules and regulations

 

Res. 01-08 03/06/2001 Authorizing the Township Manager to sign forms for extension of retail liquor license to cover additional premises.

 

Res. 01-10 03/29/2001 Authorizing an agreement between the Township and the Department of Transportation for traffic signal maintenance for four Wertzville Road signals.
Res. 01-11 04/26/2001 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as the tax collecting agent, appointing the executive director of the West Shore Tax Bureau as income tax officer and assigning the representative and alternate representative for the year 2001
Res. 01-12 05/31/2001 Congratulating Cumberland Valley High School athletes for attaining gold medals in certain events at the Pennsylvania Track and Field Competition.

 

01-03 05/31/2001 Providing for an intergovernmental cooperation agreement whereby the County of Cumberland will make available to Hampden Township a grant for the acquisition cost incurred to implement the development, installation and operation of a county-wide police, fire and other public safety 800 MHz communications system.

 

Res. 01-13 08/02/2001 Authorizing Township Manager to dispose of certain surplus property without action by the Board of Commissioners.

 

Res. 01-14 08/02/2001 Authorizing Township Manager to execute documents associated with Local Law Enforcement Block Grant

 

Res. 01-15 08/30/2001 Establishing procedures, criteria and application fees for applications for intermunicipal transfers of liquor licenses and for issuance of additional liquor license for economic development purposes.

 

Res. 01-16 08/30/2001 Recognizing the Cumberland Valley Midget Football Association as an independent, nonprofit civic/service organization for purposes of operating small games of chance.

 

01-04 08/30/2001 Providing for the installation of public safety radio system amplifiers in certain “Large Buildings”.

 

Res. 01-19 10/02/2001 Disapproving the transfer of Restaurant Liquor License No. R-18903 into Hampden Township from Mechanicsburg Borough.

 

Res. 01-20 11/01/2001 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals at Trindle Road/Manor Drive

 

Res. 01-21 11/01/2001 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as the tax collecting agent, appointing the executive director of the West Shore Tax Bureau as income tax officer and assigning the representative and alternate representative for the year 2002

 

Res. 01-23 12/04/2001 Exempting uniformed and nonuniformed from mandatory employee contributions for the year 2002.

 

Res. 01-24 12/04/2001 Amending the Hartford Deferred Compensation Plan

 

Res. 02-01 01/03/2002 Superseding Resolution Nos. 90-06 and 95-39 and amending Recreational Facility Reservation Policy

 

Res. 02-02 01/03/2002 Recognizing Ryan Worden for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 02-03 01/03/2002 Applying for County aid for 2002 resurfacing program.

 

Res. 02-07 01/31/2002 Commending Girl Scout Troop 1356 on its New York Hearts of Gold Project
Res. 02-08 01/31/2002 Filing a permit to install and operate traffic signals on Sporting Hill Road and Delbrook Road/East Gate to NAVICP.

 

Res. 02-09 01/31/2002 Authorizing the disposition of certain records.

 

Res. 02-10 01/31/2002 Providing for line item transfers in the 2001 budget.

 

Res. 02-11 05/02/2002 Authorizing the disposition of certain records.

 

Res. 02-12 05/02/2002 Amending the Hartford Deferred Comp Plan

 

Res. 02-13 05/30/2002 Authorizing the disposition of certain records.

 

Res. 02-16 08/01/2002 Recognizing Andrew M. Kadjeski for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 02-17 08/01/2002 Authorizing the disposition of certain records.

 

Res. 02-18 08/01/2002 Recognizing Augustin J. Carr for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.
Res. 02-19 08/01/2002 Recognizing Giulio Marchi for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.
Res. 02-21 10/01/2002 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as the tax collecting agent, appointing the executive director of the West Shore Tax Bureau as income tax officer and assigning the representative and alternate representative for the year 2003.
Res. 02-24 11/06/2002 Renewing municipal golf course liquor license.
Res. 02-25 12/03/2002 Recognizing Jason S. Bollinger for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.
Res. 02-26 12/03/2002 Recognizing James Durgin for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 02-28 12/03/2003 Exempting uniformed and nonuniformed from mandatory employee contributions for the year 2003.

 

Res. 02-29 12/03/2003 Supporting the Cumberland/Perry Joint Task Force Safety and Congestion Management System Study.

 

Res. 03-01 01/28/2003 Providing for line item transfers in the 2002 budget.
Res. 03-02 01/28/2003 Authorizing the disposition of certain records.
Res. 03-03 01/28/2003 Applying for County aid for 2003 resurfacing program.
Res. 03-05 03/27/2003 Applying for additional County aid for 2003 due to severe winter weather

 

03-06 11/03/2003 Superseding Ordinance No. 98-17 and amending the Industrial Pretreatment Program and regulations limiting and controlling the quality of wastewater discharged into the Lower Allen sewer system.

 

Res. 03-07 03/27/2003 Certifying compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996

 

Res. 03-08 03/27/2003 Authorizing Emergency Preparedness Director to execute documents associated with Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act.

 

Res. 03-09 05/01/2003 Supporting Capital Regional Economic Development Corporation Technology Corridor Enterprise Zone.

 

Res. 03-10 05/29/2003 Amending Non-Uniformed Employees’ Pension Plan and restating the plan in its entirety.
Res. 03-11 05/29/2003 Amending Uniformed Employees’ Pension Plan and restating the plan in its entirety
Res. 03-12 05/29/2003 Adopting emergency operations plan for the Township.
Res. 03-13 05/29/2003 Amending Police Policy and Procedure Manual
Res. 03-14 07/01/2003 Recognizing Sarah Patterson for her exemplary service as the Township’s Junior Commissioner

 

Res. 03-15 07/31/2003 Entering into an agility agreement with the Department of Transportation

 

Res. 03-17 07/31/2003 Approving the transfer of Restaurant Liquor License No. R-18829 into Hampden Township from Mechanicsburg Borough

 

Res. 03-18 08/28/2003 Entering into an agreement with the Department of Transportation for Commonwealth financial participation in municipal project on state highway

 

Res. 03-20 11/03/2003 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as the tax collecting agent, appointing the executive director of the West Shore Tax Bureau as income tax officer and assigning the representative and alternate representative for the year 2004.

 

Res. 03-21 12/02/2003 Amending the Hartford Deferred Comp Plan

 

Res. 03-26 12/02/2003 Exempting uniformed and nonuniformed employees from mandatory contributions to their respective pension plans for the year 2004.

 

Res. 04-02 01/29/2004 Applying for County aid for 2004 resurfacing program.

 

Res. 04-04 01/29/2004 Authorizing the disposition of certain records.

 

Res. 04-05 01/29/2004 Providing for line item transfers in the 2003 budget.

 

04-06 05/27/2004 Electing to administer and enforce the building code provisions of the Pennsylvania Construction Code Act, Act 45 of 1999

 

Res. 04-06 02/26/2004 Recognizing the US Navy Fire Fighting Company of Naval Support Activity

 

04-07 09/02/2004 Joining with other political subdivisions as a member of the Pennsylvania Municipal Health Insurance Cooperative (PMHIC).
Res. 04-08 02/26/2004 Approving the transfer of Restaurant Liquor License No. R-18645 into Hampden Township from East Pennsboro Township
Res. 04-09 04/29/2004 Recognizing Chris Gibson for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.
Res. 04-11 07/01/2004 Recognizing Janeace Slifka for her exemplary service as the Township’s Co-Junior Commissioner
Res. 04-12 07/01/2004 Recognizing Tulasi Kolandra for her exemplary service as the Township’s Co-Junior Commissioner
Res. 04-15 07/29/2004 Adopting Cumberland County Hazard Vulnerability Assessment and Mitigation Plan as an official plan of Hampden Township

 

Res. 04-17 09/30/2004 Approving the transfer of Restaurant Liquor License No. R-17150 into Hampden Township from Shippensburg Borough.

 

Res. 04-19 10/19/2004 Recognizing Jared R. Sweeney for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 04-22 11/03/2004 Recognizing Dennis Lundquist upon his retirement from the Hampden Township Police Department.

 

Res. 04-23 11/03/2004 Recognizing Lt. Curtis Heffelfinger of the Hampden Township Volunteer Fire Company No. 1.

 

Res. 04-24 11/03/2004 Recognizing Robert Parkes for this achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 04-25 11/03/2004 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as the tax collection agent, appointing the executive director of the West Shore Tax Bureau as income tax officer and assigning the representative and alternate representative for the year 2005.

 

Res. 04-26 11/03/2004 Renewing municipal golf course liquor license.

 

Res. 04-27 11/03/2004 Designating Michael H. Gossert as Hampden Township Emergency Preparedness Director.
Res. 04-29 12/07/2004 Exempting uniformed and non-uniformed employees from mandatory contributions to their respective pension plans for the year 2005.
Res. 04-30 12/07/2004 Recognizing, posthumously, Richard L. Taylor for his service to the Township and specifically to the Hampden Township Volunteer Fire Company No. 1.
Res. 05-01 01/04/2005 Recognizing the Cumberland Valley Visitors Bureau
Res. 05-02 01/04/2005 Requesting permission to participate in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Cooperative Purchasing program.
Res. 05-03 01/04/2005 Recognizing David Heckard on his retirement from the Police Department.

 

Res. 05-04 01/04/2005 Authorizing the disposition of certain records.

 

Res. 05-05 01/04/2005 Recognizing Heather Long, Rhodes Scholar

 

Res. 05-05A 01/27/2005 Desiring to obtain reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred for Officer Richard Nulty pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Act.

 

Res. 05-06 01/27/2005 Desiring to obtain reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred for Officer Crawford Gingrich pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Act.

 

Res. 05-07 01/27/2005 Desiring to obtain reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred for Officer Mary C. Holley pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Act.

 

Res. 05-09 01/27/2005 Applying for County aid for 2005 resurfacing program.

 

Res. 05-10 01/27/2005 Providing General Fund budget transfer for the year totaling $4,039.00.

 

Res. 05-11 01/27/2005 Recognizing Barbara A. Fetrow’s support of Chief Kenneth E. Fetrow during his 42-year police career.

 

Res. 05-12 01/27/2005 Recognizing Chief Kenneth E. Fetrow on his retirement from the Police Department

 

Res. 05-13 03/31/2005 Recognizing John E. Bradley, Jr. on his retirement as Township Manager

 

Res. 05-14 03/31/2005 Recognizing Harry Greegor on his retirement from the Wastewater Department

 

Res. 05-15 03/31/2005 Recognizing the 50th anniversary of the Hampden Township Civic Association
Res. 05-16 03/31/2005 Designating Mid-Penn Bank as depository for the Hampden Township Sewer Revenue Fund.
Res. 05-17 03/31/2005 Mandating the National Incident Management System (NIMS) be utilized for all incident management in the Township.
Res. 05-18 04/28/2005 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals at the intersection of Trindle and Fallowfield Roads.
Res. 05-20 06/02/2005 Recognizing Ben Heinl for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.
Res. 05-21 06/02/2005 Recognizing, posthumously, Joe Marhefka for his dedication and commitment to the youth soccer association and the Township.
Res. 05-22 06/02/2005 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals at the intersection of Lamb’s Gap Road/Silver Spring Driveway

 

Res. 05-23 06/02/2005 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals at the intersection of Lamb’s Gap Road/Creekview Road

 

Res. 05-24 06/02/2005 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals at the intersection of Orr’s Bridge Road/Creekview Road/Memory Lane.

 

Res. 05-26 07/28/2005 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals at the intersection of Wertzville/Lamb’s Gap Roads

 

Res. 05-27 07/28/2005 Recognizing Colin C. Needham for his exemplary service as the Township’s Junior Commissioner

 

Res. 05-28 07/28/2005 Recognizing Daniel J. Grimme for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 05-29 07/28/2005 Winter maintenance agreement with Pennsylvania Department of Transportation

 

Res. 05-32 09/06/2005 Designating Commerce Bank as depository for an interest bearing checking account.

 

Res. 05-33 10/04/2005 Recognizing Brice Allen Robertson for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 05-34 10/04/2005 Authorizing the signing of a PennDOT Signal Maintenance Agreement.

 

Res. 05-35 10/04/2005 Approving the transfer of Restaurant Liquor License No. R-17386 into Hampden Township from Middlesex Township, for use at 415 St. John’s Church Road.
Res. 05-37 11/01/2005 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as the tax collection agent, appointing the executive director of the West Shore Tax Bureau as income tax officer and assigning the representative for the year 2006.
Res. 05-38 12/06/2005 Approving the transfer of Restaurant Liquor License No. R-18130 into Hampden Township, for use at Gateway Square Shopping Center, Carlisle Pike.
Res. 05-41 12/06/2005 Exempting uniformed and nonuniformed from mandatory employee contributions for the year 2006.

 

Res. 05-42 12/06/2005 Designating M & T Bank as a depository for Hampden Township.

 

Res. 05-43 12/06/2005 Desiring to obtain reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred for Officer Jason W. Julseth pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Act.

 

Res. 05-44 12/06/2005 Desiring to obtain reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred for Officer Suzanne M. Lamb pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Act.

 

Res. 06-01 01/03/2006 Recognizing L. Charles Glass on his retirement from the Wastewater Department.

 

Res. 06-02 01/03/2006 Recognizing Todd M. Rajchel for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 06-03 01/03/2006 Authorizing disposition of records as set forth in the Municipal Records Manual approved on July 16, 1993.

 

Res. 06-04 02/02/2006 Changing the business structure of Township Liquor License No. GR-8

 

Res. 06-05 02/02/2006 Recognizing Justin Brown, cadet member of the Hampden Township Volunteer Fire Company No. 1

 

Res. 06-06 02/02/2006 Providing for line item transfers in the 2005 budget.

 

06-08 09/28/2006 Authorizing an intergovernmental cooperation agreement for participation in the Cumberland County Land Partnerships Grant Program

 

Res. 06-08 03/02/2006 Approving an Economic Development Liquor License for use by TGI Fridays, Inc.

 

Res. 06-10 04/04/2006 Recognizing Bryon A. Luther on his retirement from the Highway Department.

 

Res. 06-11 04/04/2006 Authorizing submission of a Financial Assistance Application to the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority
Res. 06-12 04/04/2006 Declaring official intent to use General Funds or Short Term Borrowed Funds to finance on an interim basis the costs of improvements to the sewage collection, conveyance and treatment system.
Res. 06-13 04/04/2006 Submitting to PennDOT for its approval Highway Occupancy Permit, Application No. 127112

 

Res. 06-14 04/04/2006 Submitting to PennDOT for its approval Highway Occupancy Permit, Application No. 159132

 

Res. 06-15 04/04/2006 Waiving previously imposed interest and penalties on earned income and occupational privilege tax liabilities if the delinquent tax is paid in full during the period commencing January 1, 2006 and ending May 31, 206.

 

Res. 06-16 04/27/2006 Authorizing the signing of Traffic Signal Maintenance Agreement No. 088691

 

Res. 06-17 04/27/2006 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals at Lamb’s Gap Road and Silver Spring Square Drive.

 

Res. 06-18 04/27/2006 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals at Salem Church Road/Lamb’s Gap Road (SR 1011) and Dry Powder Circle/Creekview Road

 

Res. 06-20 06/01/2006 Approving the transfer of Restaurant Liquor License No. R-19037 into Hampden Township by 4850 Carlisle Pike, Inc.

 

Res. 06-21 06/01/2006 Superseding Resolution Nos. 90-06, 95-39 and 02-01, amending Recreational Facility Reservation Policy to include Emergency Services Building North (ESBN) Community Room Policy for Hampden Township Volunteer Fire Company No. 1 and active fire company personnel.

 

Res. 06-22 06/01/2006 Amending Non-Uniformed Employees’ Pension Plan restated January 1, 2002.

 

Res. 06-25 06/29/2006 Recognizing David Gaffney for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 06-26 07/27/2006 Recognizing Bernard W. Girman, III for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 06-27 06/29/2006 Commending those involved in the planning and implementation of an Emergency Operations Plan for the NSA Mechanicsburg sponsored June 9, 2006 Freedom Fest

 

Res. 06-28 09/28/2006 Rescinding Resolution No. 06-20.

 

Res. 06-29 10/18/2006 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as the Township’s collection agent, appointing an income tax officer and assigning the representative and alternate representative to the tax bureau’s board of directors.

 

Res. 06-30 11/02/2006 Applying for a permit to install and operate traffic signals at Good Hope Road (SR 1013) and Rivendale Boulevard/Technology Parkway.

 

Res. 06-31 11/02/2006 Authorizing execution of Highway Occupancy Permit Application No. 158549 Condition Statement.

 

Res. 06-34 12/05/2006 Exempting the police officers from paying the employees’ share of the police pension contribution for the year ending 2007.

 

Res. 06-35 12/05/2006 Amending Uniformed Employees’ Pension Plan restated January 1, 2002.

 

Res. 06-36 12/05/2006 Agreeing to adhere to the training standards as established by the Municipal Police Officers Education and Training Commission of the Commonwealth while receiving State funds according to the Municipal Police Education and Training Law.

 

Res. 06-37   NOT USED

 

Res. 06-38 12/05/2006 Renewing municipal golf course liquor license.

 

Res. 06-39 12/05/2006 Transferring municipal golf course liquor license

 

Res. 06-40 12/05/2006 Authorizing execution of Federal-Aid Reimbursement Agreement for Earmark Project on State Highways, Agreement No. 088707

 

Res. 07-01 02/01/2007 Approving the request of Cumberland Valley Restaurants, LLC for an Economic Development Liquor License for use in the Lowe’s Shopping Plaza, Carlisle Pike
Res. 07-04 02/01/2007 Providing for line item transfers in the 2006 Budget
Res. 07-06 02/01/2007 Authorizing disposition of records as set forth in the Municipal Records Manual approved on July 1, 1993
Res. 07-07 02/01/2007 Amending the Future Land Use Map of the Comprehensive Plan, pursuant to Section 302 of Article III of the PA Municipalities Code

 

Res. 07-08 03/01/2007 Applying for County aide for 2007 resurfacing program

 

Res. 07-21 04/26/2007 Recognizing Susie M. Reed on her retirement from the Administration Department

 

Res. 07-22 05/31/2007 Recognizing Stephen Hall for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award

 

Res. 07-23 05/31/2007 Authorizing Hampden Township Volunteer Fire Company No. 1 Fire Police to provide traffic control at fire fighter funeral processions and parades out-of-township and at the request of neighboring municipalities with prior approval by the Township Manager

 

Res. 07-25 07/03/2007 Appointing John V. Thomas to fill the vacancy in the office of Township Commissioner

 

Res. 07-26 08/02/2007 Recognizing Caleb Sierer for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award

 

Res. 07-27 09/27/2007 Recognizing Gregory Berends for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award

 

Res. 07-28 09/27/2007 Recognizing Peter Breen for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award

 

Res. 07-29 09/27/2007 Authorizing the Township to enter into a loan agreement with the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Bank

 

Res. 07-30 11/01/2007 Commending Corporal Thomas A. Speck of the Hampden Township Police Department and Officer Jason Greco of the Northern York County Regional Police for their bravery and exceptional performance of duty

 

Res. 07-31 11/01/2007 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as the Township’s collection agent, appointing an income tax officer and assigning the representative and alternate representative to the tax bureau’s board of directors

 

Res. 07-33 12/04/2007 Exempting police officers from paying the employees’ share of the police pension contribution for the year ending 2008

 

Res. 07-34 12/04/2007 Objecting to the unfunded cost impact of the Chesapeake Bay Tributary Strategy on sewage treatment facility ratepayers and requesting elected representatives place a moratorium on further regulatory implementation of the strategy until such time as the Township’s objection and concerns have been fully addressed

 

Res. 08-01 01/07/2008 Recognizing Dorota Swirska for her exemplary service as the Township’s student intern from Poland.

 

Res. 08-05 01/07/2008 Designating M & T Bank as a depository for Hampden Township.

 

Res. 08-08 04/01/2008 Adopting emergency operations plan for the Township.

 

Res. 08-09 04/01/2008 Recognizing James D. Hull for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 08-11 05/29/2008 Approving the transfer of Eating Place Retail Dispenser License No. E-58 into Hampden Township from East Pennsboro Township.

 

Res. 08-12 05/29/2008 Recognizing Kathryn E. Rimpfel for her exemplary service as the Township’s Junior Commissioner.

 

Res. 08-14 07/31/2008 Honoring Beverly Gordon for her 50-year voting record and her involvement in the community.

 

Res. 08-15 07/31/2008 Calling upon the Governor to release the $9 million for design and construction of the grade separation so as to preserve the future of CorridorOne and calling upon other West Shore municipalities to join in a similar request.

 

Res. 08-25 10/02/2008 Designating the West Shore Tax Bureau as the tax collecting agent and the executive director of the West Shore Tax Bureau as income tax officer for the year 2009 and appointing a representative and alternate representative.

 

Res. 08-26 10/02/2008 Recognizing Matthew D. Getz for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 08-27 10/02/2008 Recognizing Michael D. Ulrich for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 08-31 11/05/2008 Amending Section 1.16 (second amendment) of the Non-Uniformed Pension Plan to redefine Final Average Monthly Compensation.

 

Res. 08-34 12/02/2008 Exempting police officers from paying the employees’ share of the police pension contribution for the year ending 2009

 

Res. 08-35 12/02/2008 Establishing procedures and rules for compliance with the Pennsylvania Right-To-Know Law.

 

Res. 08-36 12/02/2008 Establishing fees for publication of notice of ordinance adoption and decision in accordance with Act 39 of 2008.

 

Res. 09-02 01/06/2009 Recognizing J. R. Spease on his retirement from the Engineering Department.

 

Res. 09-03 01/06/2009 Recognizing Janice Jensen on her retirement from the Finance Department

 

Res. 09-04 01/06.2009 Appointing Michael Langan as Treasurer/Tax Collector

 

Res. 09-05 01/06/2009 Desiring to obtain reimbursement of monies for expenses incurred for Officer Brandon F. Stolley pursuant to the training provisions of the Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Act.

 

Res. 09-06 01/29/2009 Codifying the rules, regulations, policies and procedures applicable to the Police Department.

 

Res. 09-07 02/26/2009 Authorizing the disposition of certain records.

 

09-08 04/30/2009 Authorizing an amended and restated intergovernmental cooperation agreement with the City of Harrisburg and other participants regarding the collective purchase of energy supplies and services.

 

09-09 04/30/2009 Authorizing an amended and restated intergovernmental cooperation agreement appointing the Municipal Utility Alliance as the consultant of Hampden Township for the purpose of bidding and purchasing certain utility products and services as designed in the amended and restated intergovernmental cooperation agreement.

 

Res. 09-09 04/02/2009 Authorizing disposition of certain Police Department Records.

 

Res. 09-11 05/28/2009 Recognizing Scott Patrick Breen for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 09-12 05/28/2009 Appointing delegates to the Cumberland County Tax Collection Committee as required by Act 32 of 2008.

 

Res. 09-13 05/28/2009 Authorizing an intergovernmental agreement with the PA Department of Transportation authorizing electronic access to PennDOT dotGrants on-line reporting system.

 

Res. 09-14 07/02/2009 Recognizing Criminal Investigator Richard J. Kopko on his retirement from the Police Department

 

Res. 09-15 07/02/2009 Recognizing Chris Davis for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 09-16 07/02/2009 Authorizing the disposition of certain records.

 

Res. 09-17 07/30/2009 Recognizing Gerald J. Shenk on his retirement from the Highway Department

 

Res. 09-18 07/30/2009 Recognizing Alexa Grant for her exemplary service as the Township’s Co-Junior Commissioner

 

Res. 09-19 07/30/2009 Recognizing Lakshmi Kolandra for her exemplary service as the Township’s Co-Junior Commissioner

 

Res. 09-20 07/30/2009 Recognizing James W. McMillan on his retirement from the Wastewater Department

 

Res. 09-21 07/30/2009 Recognizing Edward M. Messner on his retirement from the West Shore Chamber of Commerce

 

Res. 09-22 07/30/2009 Designating support of the West Shore Tax Bureau as the Tax Collector for Cumberland County.

 

Res. 09-24 10/06/2009 Designating F & M Trust as depository for the Pool Fund.

 

Res. 09-25 10/06/2009 Designating F & M Trust as depository for the Sewer Revenue Fund.

 

Res. 09-27 11/04/2009 Recognizing Timothy W. Lupia for his achievement in attaining the Eagle Scout Award.

 

Res. 09-30 12/01/2009 Eliminating member payments into the Hampden Township Uniformed Pension Fund.  .

 

Res. 09-31 12/01/2009 Appointing the West Shore Tax Bureau as the Township collection agent to collect taxes and appointing the Executive Director of West Shore Tax Bureau as the Income Tax Officer for 2010.

 

Res. 09-32 12/01/2009 Authorizing disposition of certain Recreation Department Records.

 

Res. 09-34 12/01/2009 Recognizing the accomplishments of Stephen R. Reed during his 28 years as the Mayor of the City of Harrisburg.

 

Res. 09-35 12/01/2009 Recognizing Patrol Officer Stephen B. Spangler on his retirement from the Police Department.

 

Res. 09-36 12/01/2009 Recognizing Chief Michael A. Andreoli on his retirement from the Police Department.

 

Res. 09-37 12/01/2009 Eliminating member payments into the Hampden Township Non-Uniformed Pension Fund.  .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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