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Resolutions

Resolutions Passed in 2017:

Resolution 2017-6.  Authorizing purchase through COSTARS for 2018 Mack cab & chassis and dump body/snow plow/spreader.
Resolution 2017-5
2017 Fee Schedule.  Supersedes fee schedule in Resolution 4-2016.
Resolution 2017-4.  Establishing Salaries and Wages.
Resolution 2017-3.  Designating Emergency Service Providers.
Resolution 2017-2.  Reappointing Frank Fredella to a 3 year term on the Zoning Hearing Board, term to expire 12/31/2019.
Resolution 2017-1.  Appointing Barbacane, Thornton, & Company LLC as the Auditor.

Resolutions Passed in 2016:

Resolution 26-2016.  Entering into a banking relationship with Fulton Bank.
Resolution 25-2016.  Procedure for disposal of surplus property with fair market value of less than $1,000.00.
Resolution 24-2016.  Fixing Property Tax Rate at 0.98 mills for 2017.
Resolution 23-2016
.  Authorizing Township to Participate in Western Chester County Council of Governments Regional Emergency Management Group (WCCREM).
Resolution 22-2016.  Authorizing purchase of copy/print/scan/fax machine through COSTARS from Stratix Systems.
Resolution 21-2016.  Authorizing transfer of funds from escrow account to general fund.
Resolution 20-2016
.  Accepting Deed of Dedication for Brandywine Preserve road (Whitehorse Drive).
Resolution 19-2016.  Participation in Christina Watersheds Partnership Pilot Collaboration Project.
Resolution 18-2016.  Open Records Policy.  Supersedes Resolution 12-2002.
Resolution 17-2016
.  Accepting Deeds of Dedication for Mountainview Roads (Merwood Drive and Plumwood and Woodglen Roads).
Resolution  16-2016.  Adding, Modifying, and Re-affirming the existing Agricultural Security Area (ASA).
Resolution 15-2016
.  Accepting Brandywine Conservancy Conception Trail Plan.  Click here to read the Conservancy’s proposal.
Resolution 14-2016.  Designation of Agent for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Resolution 13-2016.  Approval of disposition of certain records.
Resolution 12-2016. Approving tax-exempt financing for Tel Hai.
Resolution 11-2016.  Declaring Township’s intent to follow schedules & procedures for disposition of records as set forth in the PA Municipal Records Manual.
Resolution 10-2016.  Authorizing Township Manager to execute all requisite documents to open a credit card account for the Township.
Resolution 9-2016.  Approving a Procurement and Invoice Payment Policy.
Resolution 8-2016.  Authorizing Board of Supervisors Chair to execute all documents necessary to register with PennDOT to utilize their electronic grant management system.
Resolution 7-2016.  Adopting the Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan of Chester County.
Resolution 6-2016.  Designating Emergency Service Providers.
Resolution 5-2016.  Authorizing purchase of 2017 Mack Cab & Chassis; Dump Body, Snow Plow, & Spreader.
Resolution 4-2016.  2016 Fee Schedule.  Supersedes fee schedule in Resolution 1-2015.
Resolution 3-2016.  Establishing Salaries & Wages.
Resolution 2-2016.  Appointing Darlene Olear as alternate to the ZHB.
Resolution 1-2016.  Appointing Dave Rodgers to the Zoning Hearing Board (ZHB).

Resolutions Passed in 2015:
Resolution 6-2015.  Act 537 Plan Revision for Tel Hai (22-10-10.1 & 22-10-10.1D).
Resolution 5-2015.  Expanding the membership of the Western Chester County Regional Uniform Construction Code Board of Appeals (WCCRUCCBoA) to include Upper Uwchlan and East Caln Townships.
Resolution 4-2015.  Adopting the Honey Brook Township and Borough Multi-Municipal Comprehensive Plan.
Resolution 3-2015.  Act 537 Plan Revision for Poplar Realty, Grieson & Chestnut Tree Roads (22-8-52).
Resolution 2-2015.  Act 537 Plan Revision for 295 Pequea Ave. (22-6-7).
Resolution 1-2015.  Fee schedule.  Supersedes fee schedule in Resolution 5-2014.

Resolutions Passed in 2014:
Resolution 9-2014.  Act 537 Plan Revision for Ricmar Real Estate, LP (22-6-8).
Resolution 8-2014.  Rescinding Resolution 1-2012, Public Meeting and Public Comment Period.
Resolution 7-2014.  Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors (PSATS) Amended and Restated Declaration Trust.
Resolution 6-2014.  Proclamation of thanks to James Fagan.
Resolution 5-2014.  Amended Fee Schedule, to take effect May 15, 2014.  Supersedes fee schedule in Resolution 1-2014.
Resolution 4-2014.  Revision of Land Development Plan for Faulkner tract (22-8-8.4).
Resolution 3-2014.  Township to pay $119,500 towards easement purchase of 22-4-4.1
Resolution 2-2014.  Recognizing 225th anniversary of Honey Brook Township.
Resolution 1-2014.  Fee schedule.  Supersedes fee schedule in Resolution 1-2013.

Resolutions Passed in 2013:
Resolution 4-2013.  Re-approval of the use of tax-exempt financing by Tel Hai through the North Lebanon Township Municipal Authority.
Resolution 3A-2013.  Re-approval of the use of tax-exempt financing by Tel Hai through the County of Dauphin, PA.
Resolution 3-2013.  Adopting revision of Tel Hai’s Planning Module.
Resolution 2-2013.  Towing of parked cars on township roads during snow emergencies.
Resolution 1-2013.  Fee schedule.  Supersedes 2012 fee schedule in Resolution 4-2012.

Resolutions Passed in 2012:
Resolution 10-2012. Proclamation of Thanks to Michael France.
Resolution 8-2012.  Emergency Operations Plan adoption.  Supersedes Resolution 5-2003.
Resolution 7-2012.  Adding 22-10-8, 22-8-10.1, 22-4-86, 22-3-33, 22-3-33.2, 22-3-33.3, 22-3-37, & 22-4-89 to Ag Security Area (ASA).
Resolution 6-2012.  Prevailing Wage Reform.
Resolution 4-2012.  Fee schedule.  Supersedes fee schedule in Resolution 2-2011.
Resolution 3-2012.  Dedication of Augusta, Summerlin, Cog Hill Drives & Sawgrass Court.
Resolution 2-2012.  Recording of township meetings.
Resolution 1-2012.  Public Meeting and Public Comment Period.  This resolution was rescinded on October 10, 2014.

Resolutions Passed in 2011:
Resolution 8-2011.  Required retirement plan amendments (WRERA).
Resolution 6-2011.  Act 537 Plan Revision.
Resolution 5-2011.  Authorization for Tel Hai to use tax-exempt financing.
Resolution 4-2011.  Board of Supervisors’ benefits participation not allowed unless also a full-time employee.
Resolution 3A-2011.  Requesting recorders of meetings to announce themselves.
Resolution 3-2011.  In support of Growing Greener 2 (state funding for open space preservation/alternative transportation).
Resolution 2-2011.  Fee schedule.  Supersedes fee schedule in Resolution 5-2010.
Resolution 1-2011.  Tel Hai Phase 2 Expansion (sewage planning module).

Resolutions Passed in 2010:
Resolution 14-2010.  Endorses the Brandywine-Struble Trail initiative.
Resolution 12-2010.  Taxing Authority Tax Collector Designation.
Resolution 11-2010.  Turnback of Suplee Road.
Resolution 10-2010.  Authorizes Chief Administrative Officer of Pension Plan.
Resolution 9-2010.  Adopts Act 537 Sewage Facilities Plan.
Resolution 8-2010.  Adds 22-9-27 & 22-9-21.3 to the Ag Security Area (ASA).
Resolution 7-2010.  Amends the fee schedule set forth in Resolution 5-2010.
Resolution 6-2010.  Adds 22-5-25 to the Ag Security Area (ASA).
Resolution 5-2010.  Fee Schedule.  Supersedes the fee schedule in Resolution 3-2008.
Resolution 3-2010.  Multi-jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan.
Resolution 2-2010.  Meeting Room Use.  Replaces the policy of Resolution 5-2002.

Resolutions Passed in 2009:
Resolution 3-2009.  Agricultural Easement for 22-4-15.
Resolution 2-2009.  Agreement with Honey Brook Borough for Salt Purchasing 2009-2010.
Resolution 1-2009.  Dedication of Hillbrook Drive.

Resolutions Passed in 2008:
Resolution 14-2008.  Proclamation of thanks to Ed Frankel for 12 years’ service on the Zoning Hearing Board.
Resolution 13-2008.  Proclamation of thanks to Joann Guiseppe for 18 years’ service on the Planning Commission.
Resolution 12-2008.  Amendments to Personnel Policy Manual (regarding leaves of absence).
Resolution 11-2008.  Adopting Comprehensive Plan Amendments.
Resolution 11A-2008.  Authorizing advertisement and distribution of proposed Comprehensive Plan changes.
Resolution 3003-2008.  Act 537 Plan Revision in re: Village Greene subdivision.
Resolution 10A-2008.  Adopting the Transferrable Development Rights (TDR) Purchase Policy.  Click here for the policy itself.
Resolution 10-2008.  Order of DeMolay Proclamation.
Resolution 9-2008.  Proclamation of Recognition – Chester County Solid Waste Authority (CCSWA).
Resolution 8-2008.  Proclamation of Thanks – Randy Gushanas.
Resolution 7-2008.  Proclamation of Thanks – Richard Reeder.
Resolution 6-2008.  Proclamation of Thanks – Steven Forrest.
Resolution 5-2008.  Proclamation of Thanks – Mike Hartz.
Resolution 4-2008.  Proclamation of Thanks – Lori McLaughlin.
Resolution 3-2008.  Fee Schedule.  Supersedes fee schedule of Resolution 1-2007.
Resolution 2-2008.  Amendments to Personnel Policy Manual (regarding holidays & overtime).
Resolution 1-2008.  Board Voting Policy.

Resolutions Passed in 2007:
Resolution 16-2007.  Modifies Non-Uniform Pension Plan.
Resolution 15-2007.  Deed of Dedication for Pine Tree, Blue Spruce, and Woodland Drives.
Resolution 14-2007 was tabled.  Deed of Dedication for Hillbrook Drive; see Resolution 1-2009.
Resolution 13-2007.  Authorizes negotiation for a bond or note for capital project not to exceed $4 million.
Resolution 12-2007.  Supporting Chester County Public Safety Training Facility.
Resolution 11-2007.  Supporting PA Senate Bill 1035, Returnable Beverage Containers.
Resolution 10-2007. Posting escrow for Road Occupancy (driveway) permit applications.
Resolution 9-2007.  Proclamation of Thanks to Work Force Housing Group.
Resolution 8-2007.  Honey Brook Community Library appointed as agent for Township library services.
Resolution 7-2007.  Revision to Personnel Policy Manual regarding office hours, use of Township vehicle, and vision benefits.
Resolution 6-2007.  Proclamation of Thanks to D. Daniel Nunemaker for designing the Township Seal.
Resolution 5-2007.  Authorizes Tel Hai for tax-free financing with West Cornwall Municipal Authority.
Resolution 4-2007.  Permit Fee Waiver Policy in the Event of Disaster.
Resolution 3-2007.  Intent to issue bonds or notes for construction of capital projects in an amount not to exceed $4 million.
Resolution 2-2007.  Adds 22-7-83 to Ag Security Area (ASA).
Resolution 1-2007.  Fee schedule.  Supersedes fee schedule of Resolution 3-2006.

Resolutions passed in 2006:
Resolution 11-2006.  Revisions to the Personnel Manual & Non-Uniform Pension Plan.
Resolution 10-2006.  Approves the Whitehorse Glen subdivision plan.
Resolution 9-2006.  Act 537 Plan revision – ‘West’ Sewer District.
Resolution 8-2006.  Proclamation of Recognition to Trooper Voorhees.
Resolution 7-2006.  Opposing state-wide cable franchising.
Resolution 4-2006.  Police Pension dissolution.
Resolution 3-2006.  Fee Schedule.  Supersedes fee schedule of Resolution 9-2004.
Resolution 2-2006.  Proclamation of Thanks to Stevie Stoltzfus.
Resolution 1-2006.  Proclamation of Thanks to James Witman.

Resolutions passed in 2005:
Resolution 10-2005.  Establishes Land Preservation Committee (LPC).
Resolution 9-2005.  Dedication of Windswept Drive.
Resolution 8-2005.  Acknowledgement of Mary Jane Conlin Adams’ 100th birthday.
Resolution 7-2005.  Procurement Card Program.
Resolution 6-2005.  Designation of the National Incident Management System (NIMS).
Resolution 4-2005.  Revision to Personnel Policy Manual with regard to vehicle use.
Resolution 3-2005.  Mutual Aid Agreement.
Resolution 2-2005.  Proclamation of Thanks to Twin Valley Rotary on Rotary International’s Centennial.
Resolution 1-2005.  Collection of delinquent tax.

Resolutions Passed in 2004:
Resolution 14-2004.  Supports Stormwater Improvements in Honey Brook Borough.
Resolution 13-2004. Authorizes tax-exempt financing for Tel Hai from West Cornwall Municipal Authority.
Resolution 12-2004.  Deed of Dedication for Hillbrook Drive.
Resolution 11-2004.  Deeds of Dedication for Pine Tree Drive and Conifer Circle.
Resolution 10-2004.  Marginal Soil Conditions Policy for On-Lot Sewage Facilities.
Resolution 9-2004.  Revised Fee Schedule, effective October 14, 2004.  Supersedes the Fee Schedule in Resolution 5-2004.
Resolution 8-2004.  Dedication of Terra Vista and Glen Loch Drives.
Resolution 7-2004.  Adopts the Mission & Vision Statements for Honey Brook Township.  Click here to read the Press Release issued after their adoption.
Resolution 6-2004.  Cooperative Purchasing.
Resolution 5-2004.  Fee Schedule, effective June 14, 2004.
Resolution 4-2004.  Supporting Growing Greener II.
Resolution 3-2004.  Proclamation of Thanks to Alfred P. Gephardt, Jr.
Resolution 2-2004.  Approves the Tel Hai Day Care Sewage Planning Module.
Resolution 1-2004.  Adds 22-5-2 to the Agricultural Security Area (ASA).

Resolutions Passed in 2003:
Resolution 9-2003.  Conveyance of abandoned railroad beds, Tax Parcel Numbers 22-5-4, 22-5-5, 22-5-13, 22-5-14.1, 22-5-23, & 22-5-24.
Resolution 8-2003.  Fee Schedule.  Supercedes the fee schedule in Resolution 3-2002.
Resolution 7-2003.  Check signing policy.
Resolution 5-2003.  AGILITY Agreement with PennDOT.
Resolution 5-2003.  Emergency Action Plan.
Resolution 4-2003.  Designation of Township Manager as Disaster Relief Agent.
Resolution 3-2003.  Dedication of Southwind Drive.
Resolution 2-2002.  Participation in the Pennsylvania Capital City (PACC) vehicle & equipment contract.
Resolution 1-2002.  Consent Agenda.

Resolutions Passed in 2002:
Resolution 14-2002.  Amending the Personnel Policy Manual per Resolution 7-2002.
Resolution 13-2002.  Township position on Municipal Host Fees.
Resolution 12-2002.  Open Records Policy.  Superseded by Resolution 18-2016.
Resolution 11-2002.  Township position on Amusement Tax.
Resolution 10-2002.  Internet and e-mail policy.
Resolution 9-2002.  Adds 22-2-6.2, 22-2-7, 22-4-81.3, 22-6-5, 22-7-49.1C, 22-7-63, 22-7-67, 22-7-81 & 22-7-82 to the Agricultural Security Area (ASA) and removes 22-8-10.
Resolution 8-2010.  Adds 22-10-11 to the ASA.
Resolution 7-2002.  Adoption of the Personnel Policy Manual for non-uniform personnel.
Resolution 6-2002.  Dedication of Caitlin Court & Matthew Drive.
Resolution 5-2002.  Meeting room use policy.  Superseded by Resolution 2-2010.
Resolution 4-2002.  Comcast reorganization.
Resolution 3-2002.  Fee Schedule.  Supersedes fee schedule in Resolution 9-2001.
Resolution 2-2002.  Adding 22-4-3, 22-4-66, 22-10-9, 22-10-9.1, & 22-10-35 to the ASA.
Resolution 1-2002.  Desginating PLGIT and Allfirst as the depositories for Township funds.

Resolutions Passed in 2001:
Resolution 17-2001.  Tax table for 2002.
Resolution 16-2001.  Appropriation of funds.
Resolution 15-2001.  Establishing the Capital Reserve Fund.
Resolution 14-2001.  Establishing the Operating Reserve Fund.
Resolution 13-2001.  State Aid funds for non-uniform pension plan.
Resolution 12-2001.  Unconditional Final Approval for the Tobi Hill subdivision, Phases II, III, and IV.
Resolution 11-2001.  Permitting 5.7 acres of Tax Parcel Number 22-11-59 to be included in the West Caln Township Agricultural Security Area (ASA).
Resolution 10-2001.  Police activity and the towing of vehicles.
Resolution 9-2001.  Building permit fees.  Supersedes the fee schedule issued in 1997-98.
Resolution 8-2001.  Intent to follow disposition of records according to the July 16, 1982 schedule.
Resolution 6-2001.  Act 537 Plan revision, inclusion of Hillbrook Farms subdivision.
Resolution 5-2001.  Setting compensation rate for elected tax collector at $50.
Resolution 4-2001.  Tax rate schedule.
Resolution 3-2001.  Designates Allfirst and PLGIT as depositories for the Township.
Resolution 2-2001.  Sets the Township Real Estate tax rate for fiscal year 2001 at 7 mills.
Resolution 1-2001.  Appropriation of funds.

Resolutions Passed in 2000:
Resolution 13-2000.  Intent to follow procedures for record retention as set forth in the Retention & Disposition Schedule for Records of PA Municipalities issued 5/17/1982 .
Resolution 12-2000.  Sets fee for hearings before the Board of Administrative Appeals at $500.00.
Resolution 11A-2000.  Verifies the entire $11,004.19 received from the Commonwealth for State Aid pension allocation was distributed to the Non-uniformed Pension Plan.
Resolution 11-2000.  New fee schedule for reports generated by the Honey Brook Township Police Department.  No longer in effect as of April 2006.
Resolution 10-2000.  Fee schedule for Rural Occupations.  See Ordinance #88-2000.
Resolution 9-2000.  Act 537 Plan revision in re: Windswept Farm subdivision.
Resolution 8A-2000.  Adding 22-6-4.2, 22-4-21.1, 22-7-92.1A, and 22-7-92.2 to the Agricultural Security Area (ASA).  See the updated ASA map by clicking here.
Resolution 8-2000.  Establishes the fee-in-lieu for open space for developments of 5 or more lots at the rate of $1,000.00 per lot payable at issuance of a building permit.
Resolution 7A-2000.  Establishes fees for hearings before the CABO Appeals Board.  Superseded by Resolution 12-2000.
Resolution 7-2000.  States the desire of Honey Brook Borough & Honey Brook Township to establish a Regional Emergency Management Plan.
Resolution 6-2000.  Reaffirms Ordinance #3-1969, establishing a Police Department for Honey Brook Township.
Resolution 5-2000.  Establishes security deposit for driveway permits (per Ordinance #84-2000) at $500.00.
Resolution 4-2000.  Designates depositories for the Township.
Resolution 3-2000.  Tax rate schedule for fiscal year 2000.
Resolution 2-2000.  Sets the Township Real Estate tax rate for fiscal year 2000 at 7 mills.
Resolution 1-2000.  Appropriation of funds.

Resolutions passed in 1999:
Resolution 11-1999.  Accepts proposal from Randall Arendt of the Natural Lands Trust to draft an ordinance permitting cluster zoning, by right.
Resolution 10-1999.  Deed of Dedication for Crystal Lane.
Resolution 9-1999.  Deed of Dedication for Scarlett Oaks Circle.
Resolution 8A-1999.  Support of Valley Township’s opposition to Coatesville eminent domain.
Resolution 8-1999.  AGILITY Agreement.
Resolution 7-1999.  Act 537 plan revision in re: Robert & Elizabeth Kirk subdivision.
Resolution 6-1999.  Act 537 Plan Revision in re: J.R. & Jeanne Shanahan subdivision.
Resolution 5-1999.  Taxpayer Bill of Rights.
Resolution 4-1999.  Designates depositories for the Township.
Resolution 3-1999.  Tax schedule for fiscal year 1999.
Resolution 2-1999.  Tax levy.
Resolution 1-1999. Appropriation of funds.

Resolutions passed in 1998:
Resolution 10R-1998.  Revision to Resolution 10-1998, changing the definition of Township employee in non-uniformed pension plan.
Resolution 10-1998.  Changing the definition of Township employee in non-uniformed pension plan.
Resolution 9-1998.  Ruby Witman appointed Chief Administrative Officer of the non-uniform pension plan.
Resolution 8-1998.  Confirming the 1999 cost to fund the Police Pension plan at $10,592.00.
Resolution 7-1998.  Sets the annual Mobile Home Park lot fee at $5.00.
Resolution 6A-1998.  Intent to apply for Keystone Grant monies to improve the James A. Umble Memorial Park.
Resolution 6-1998.  Act 537 plan revision in re: Tel Hai.
Resolution 5A-1998.  Intent to apply to Chester County for grant monies to improve the park.
Resolution 5-1998.  AGILITY agreement.
Resolution 4-1998.  Tax schedule for 1998.
Resolution 3-1998.  Designating depositories.
Resolution 2-1998.  Setting the Real Estate tax rate for 1998 at .7 mills.
Resolution 1-1998.  Appropriation of funds.

Resolutions passed in 1997:
Resolution 16-1997.  Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance (SALDO) review schedule.  Supersedes the fee schedule in Resolution 13-1996.
Resolution 15-1997.  Deed of Dedication for Mountain View Road.
Resolution 14A-1997.  Deed of Dedication for Diane Drive.
Resolution 14-1997.  Deed for paper street in Chestnut Tree Village.
Resolution 13-1997.  Intent to apply to Chester County for grant monies to improve the James A. Umble Memorial Park.
Resolution 8-1997.  Act 537 plan revision in re:  Tax Parcel Number (TPN) 22-3-70.
Resolution 7-1997.  Renews the Agricultural Security Area (ASA).  For a map of the ASA, click here.
Resolution 6-1997.  Act 537 plan revision in re: R-V Industries, TPN 22-3-24.
Resolution 5-1997.  Providing for disposal of Township personal property.
Resolution 4-1997.  Tax rate schedule for 1997.
Resolution 3-1997.  Designates depositories.
Resolution 2-1997.  Sets the Real Estate tax rate for 1998 at 10 mills.
Resolution 1-1997.  Appropriation of funds (budget).

Resolutions passed in 1996:
Resolution 13-1996.  Fee schedule.  Supersedes fee schedule in Resolution 15-1994.
Resolution 12-1996.  Reaffirms the acceptance of Deeds of Dedication for Woodland Drive.
Resolution 11-1996.  Approves the final Act 537 Plan to submit to the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).
Resolution 10-1996.  Act 537 plan revision in re: Reuben Stoltzfus sewage planning module.
Resolution 9-1996.  Honey Brook Township police arrests.
Resolution 8-1996.  Deletes the requirement for an additional $500.00 fee for Zoning Hearings for additional nights of testimony.
Resolution 7-1996.  Creates the Agricultural Security Area (ASA).
Resolution 6-1996.  Deeds of Dedication for Dove Drive and Goldfinch and Quail Lanes.
Resolution 5-1996.  Fee schedule.  Supersedes the fee schedule in Resolution 15-1994.
Resolution 4-1996.  Tax schedule.
Resolution 3A-1996.  Designates depositories.
Resolution 3-1996.  Designates the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors (PSATS) as the party to fulfill the Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Drug and Alcohol testing requirements.
Resolution 2-1996.  Establishes the Real Estate tax rate at 10 mills.
Resolution 1-1996.  Appropriation of funds.

Resolutions passed in 1995:
Resolution 10-1995.  Intent to apply to Chester County’s Heritage Park and Open Space Municipal Grant Program for $5,409.85.
Resolution 9-1995.  Act 537 Plan Revision Update.
Resolution 8-1995.  Deed of Dedication for Shoreline Drive.
Resolution 7-1995.  Intent to hire an accountant to investigate former Zoning Officer Peter Draper.
Resolution 6-1995.  Intent to apply to Chester County’s Heritage Park and Open Space Municipal Grant Program for $27,600.00.
Resolution 5A-1995.  Recycled Paper Purchase Agreement with The Davey Company, Downingtown, PA.
Resolution 5-1995. Act 537 Plan revision in re: MacIntyre subdivision (Tax Parcel Number 22-9-30).
Resolution 4-1995.  Tax schedule for 1995.
Resolution 3-1995.  Designating depositories.
Resolution 2-1995.  Tax levy.
Resolution 1-1995.  Appropriation of funds.

Resolutions passed in 1994:
Resolution 16-1994.  Act 537 Plan revision in re: Birdell Station subdivision, Tax Parcel Number (TPN) 22-8-71.
Resolution 15-1994.  Fee schedule for Building Codes.
Resolution 14-1994.  Authorizes Township participation in a cooperative purchasing agreement with Chester County.
Resolution 13-1994.  Adds TPN 22-4-119 to the Agricultural Security Area (ASA).
Resolution 12-1994.  Act 537 Plan revision in re: Shamona Ridge subdivision, also known as “The Meadows,” TPN 22-8-63.
Resolution 11-1994.  Recognizing the American Legion’s 75th Anniversary.
Resolution 10-1994.  Act 537 Plan revision in re: Clearview subdivision, also known as Foxbrooke or the Callaghan Tract, TPN 22-8-40.
Resolution 9-1994.  Adds Coatesville Bank to the list of Township depositories.
Resolution 8A-1994.  Accepts the streets in the Grandview subdivision (Grandview Circle, Rocklyn Station).
Resolution 8-1994.  Policy for public records requests.
Resolution 7-1994.  Adds TPNs 22-6-4.2, 22-6-21 to the ASA.
Resolution 6-1994.  Approves financing for Heatherwood Retirement Center, TPN 22-8-69.2, with the Central and Western Chester County Industrial Development Authority.
Resolution 5-1994.  Contacts for Emergency Services.
Resolution 4-1994.  Tax schedule for 1994.
Resolution 3-1994.  Designates depositories.
Resolution 2-1994.  Sets the Real Estate tax millage at 10 for 1994.
Resolution 1-1994.  Appropriation of funds (budget).

Resolutions passed in 1993:
Resolution 11-1993.  Authorizes Honey Brook Township to join the Pennsylvania Inter-governmental Risk Management Association (PIRMA) Worker’s Compensation risk pool.
Resolution 10A-1993.  Application for RIRA funding for the James A. Umble Memorial Park.
Resolution 10-1993.  Joining the Chester County Drug Task Force.
Resolution 9-1993.  Grant-in-aid application to the Pennsylvania Department of Community Affairs (DCA) for cooperative comprehensive plan project with Honey Brook Borough.
Resolution 8-1993.  Application for DCA funding through the SPAG program.
Resolution 7-1993.  Act 537 Plan revision in re: Twin Valley School District land development on TPNs 22-6-37.1 & 22-6-38.
Resolution 6-1993.  Approves the Joint Comprehensive Plan with Honey Brook Borough.
Resolution 5A-1993.  Application for 19th year Community Development Block Grant Funding for the resurfacing of Park Road (Township Road #364).
Resolution 5-1993.  Contacts for Emergency Services.
Resolution 4-1993.  Tax schedule for 1993.
Resolution 3-1993.  Designates depositories.
Resolution 2-1993.  Sets the Real Estate tax millage at 10 for 1993.
Resolution 1-1993.  Appropriation of funds (budget).

Resolutions passed in 1992:
Resolution 13A-1992.  Deed of Dedication for Vincent Drive & 25′ of Morgantown Road.
Resolution 13-1992.  Intent to apply for grant for funds for the James A. Umble Memorial Park.
Resolution 12-1992.  Application authorization for grant funds for the James A. Umble Memorial Park.
Resolution 11-1992.  Act 537 Plan revision in re: Tel Hai.
Resolution 10-1992.  Deeds of Dedication for Nevin & Wawassan Drives.
Resolution 8-1992.  Act 537 Plan revision in re: Twin Valley School District.
Resolution 7-1992.  Authorizing contract with Berkheimer, reducing collection fee to 2.9%.
Resolution 6-1992.  Revision of Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance (SALDO) fee.
Resolution 5-1992.  Designates first responders.
Resolution 4-1992.  Tax rates for 1992.
Resolution 3-1992.  Designates depositories.
Resolution 2-1992.  Tax rates for 1992 set at 10 mills Real Estate, 1/2 mill fire protection.
Resolution 1-1992.  Appropriation of funds (budget).

Resolutions passed in 1991:
Resolution 24-1991.  Restructuring of building permit fees based on square footage, not estimated cost.
Resolution 23-1991.  Act 537 Plan revision in re: 22-6-22.4.
Resolution 22-1991.  Affirmation that Honey Brook Township has maintained Twin Valley Road for over 21 years.
Resolution 21-1991.  Intent to pursue grant monies for construction of concrete building at the James A. Umble Memorial Park.
Resolution 20-1991.  Act 537 Plan revision in re: 22-7-9.
Resolution 19-1991.  Act 537 Plan revision in re: 22-3-11.1A.
Resolution 18-1991.  Approving grant filing for the Chester County Heritage and Open Space Municipal Grant.
Resolution 17-1991.  Reaffirming acceptance of Deeds of Dedication for Anthony, Dawn, & Robert Lanes; Entra, Meadow, and Woodland Drives; and Hemlock Road.
Resolution 16-1991.  Adding 22-4-62 and 22-4-84.1 to the Agricultural Security Area (ASA).
Resolution 15-1991.  Act 537 Plan revision in re: 22-4-14.1 and 22-4-11.
Resolution 14-1991.  Act 537 Plan revision in re: 22-7-51.3.
Resolution 13-1991.  Authorization for the Township Secretary to serve as the Township representative when communicating with Berkheimer.
Resolution 10-1991.  Conditional Act 537 Plan revision in re: 22-7-9.
Resolution 9-1991.  Act 537 Plan revision in re: 22-5-28.
Resolution 8-1991.  Declaring the reconstruction of the Walnut Road bridge the public works project for 1991.
Resolution 7-1991.  Designating depositories.
Resolution 6-1991.  Designating emergency response teams.
Resolution 5-1991.  Tax levy.
Resolution 4-1991.  Recognizing James A. Umble’s 45+ years of service to the Township.
Resolution 3-1991.  Liquid Fuels funds to be used for road maintenance and/or equipment.
Resolution 2-1991.  Tax levy.
Resolution 1-1991.  Appropriation of funds (budget).

Resolutions passed in 1990:
Resolution 11-1990.  Act 537 Plan revision in re: McConnell Park.
Resolution 10A-1990.  Request for grant funds from the Department of Community Affairs (DCA) through Recreational Improvement and Rehabilitation Act (RIRA) for fencing at the Township park.
Resolution 10-1990.  Ratifying the Chester County Solid Waste Management Plan (Act 101).
Resolution 9A-1990.  Accepting Deeds of Dedication for Anthony and Roberts Lanes and Entra Drive.
Resolution 9-1990.  Act 537 Plan revision for Byrdelle subdivision, 22-8-71.
Resolution 8A-1990.  In support of fair & equitable impact fees.
Resolution 8-1990.  Accepting Deed of Dedication for Dawn Drive.
Resolution 7A-1990.  Adding rescue service of Station 9, Berks County, to designated first responders.
Resolution 7-1990.  Designating first responders.
Resolution 6-1990.  Accepting Deed of Dedication for Friendship Drive.
Resolution 5-1990.  Designating depositories.
Resolution 4-1990.  Setting Township Real Estate taxes at 4 mills.
Resolution 3-1990.  Liquid Fuels funds to be used for road maintenance and/or equipment.
Resolution 2-1990.  Tax levy.
Resolution 1-1990.  Appropriation of funds (budget).

Resolutions passed in 1989:
Resolution 14-1989.  Appreciation to Richard Deck for [12] years of service to the Township.
Resolution 12-1989.  Supporting Tel Hai’s tax free financing through the Chester County Hospital Authority.
Resolution 11-1989.  Act 537 Plan revision in re Roy B. D’Ginto subdivision [Myers Glen, 22-4-63.2].
Resolution 10-1989.  intent to apply to Department of Community Affairs (DCA) for Recreational Improvement and Rehabilitation Act (RIRA) Grant for grading of ball fields for the new park.
Resolution 9-1989.  permits Township to participate in PA Local Government Investment trust entitling municipalities to pool funds for investment purposes.
Resolution 8-1989.  requesting County Election Board to place referendum question on ballot in re small games of chance.
Resolution 7-1989.  Act 537 Plan revision in re John Larson subdivision [22-8-68.6A].
Resolution 6-1989.  Pension plan established for full time employees.
Resolution 5-1989.  Setting tax rates for 1989.
Resolution 4-1989.  Designating depositories.
Resolution 3-1989.  Liquid Fuels funds to be used for road maintenance &/or equipment.
Resolution 2-1989.  Tax levy.
Resolution 1-1989.  Appropriation of funds (budget).

Resolutions passed in 1988:
Resolution 12-1988.  Requesting Block Grant funding for resurfacing of Foxview and Hunter’s Run Roads.
Resolution 11-1988.  Act 537 Plan revision.
Resolution 10-1988.  Establishing the Agricultural Security Area (ASA).   Click here for a map of properties in the ASA.
Resolution 9-1988.  in support of D. Thomas Merroth’s request that his 11.4 acres [22-5-28] be included in West Nantmeal Township’s proposed Agricultural Security Area (ASA).  The property was added to the West Nantmeal Township ASA per a document recorded August 21, 1989.
Resolution 8-1988.  Act 537 Plan revisions for Harry Jones/Franklin Mast [22-8-7.2] and Robert L. Cone [22-3-69]
Resolution 7-1988.  Requesting Block Grant funding for the resurfacing of Foxview and Hunter’s Run Roads.
Resolution 6-1988.  Deed of Dedication for Meadow Drive.
Resolution 5-1988.  Setting taxes for 1988.
Resolution 4-1988.  Designating depository.
Resolution 3-1988.  Designating entire allocation of Liquid Fuels funds for maintenance of Township roads &/or purchase of equipment.
Resolution 2-1988.  Tax levy.
Resolution 1-1988.  Appropriation of funds (budget).

Resolutions passed in 1987:
Resolution 5-1987.  Setting taxes for 1987.
Resolution 4-1987.  Designating depository.
Resolution 3-1987.  Designating entire allocation of Liquid Fuels funds for maintenance of Township roads &/or purchase of equipment.
Resolution 2-1987.  Tax levy.
Resolution 1-1987.  Appropriation of funds (budget).

Resolutions passed in 1986:
Resolution 6-1986.  Setting fee for application for Zoning or Conditional Use Hearing at $500.00.  Zoning Hearing application fee increased to $1000.00 in Resolution 1-2013.
Resolution 5-1986.  Setting taxes for 1986.
Resolution 4-1986.  Designating depository.
Resolution 3-1986.  Designating entire allocation of Liquid Fuels funds for maintenance of Township roads &/or purchase of equipment.
Resolution 2-1986.  Tax levy.
Resolution 1-1986.  Appropriation of funds (budget).

 

Last updated:  February 10, 2017.