An ordinance establishing a system of sanitary sewers and authorizing the construction of the same in the Borough of Darlington, in the County of Beaver and State of Pennsylvania.
Be it enacted and ordained by the Town Council of the Borough of Darlington, and it is hereby enacted and ordained by authority of the same.
Sec. 1. There is thereby established in the Borough of Darlington a system of sanitary sewers, to be located as far as practicable along and within the lines of the roads, streets, highways and avenues of the Borough, as shown and designated on plans pre pared by the Borough Engineer, which said plans are hereby adopted and in all respects ratified and approved.
Sec. 2. Where it is reasonably impracticable in the judgment of Council in any part of said system to carry such sewers along the lines of public roads, streets, highways and avenues, the Council may locate and construct so much of the same as necessary through private lands.
Sec. 3. Said system of sanitary sewers shall be constructed in accordance with the following arrangements:
- All labor and sewer pipe shall be furnished and paid for by Civil Works Administration in accordance with an agreement heretofore entered into between the Borough and the said Civil Works Administration.
- All tools, lumber, manholes, materials and supplies necessary for the construction of said system, not furnished and paid for by the Civil Works Administration, shall be paid from the general funds of the Borough of Darlington.
Ordained and enacted into an Ordinance by the Town Council of the Borough of Darlington this 8th day of January, 1934.
Glenn H. Watterson, President of Council
Attest: Harry J. Derringer, Secretary of Council Examined and approved January 8th, 1934.
- W. Peffer, Burgess