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Country United States
State: Pennsylvania
County: Beaver County
Population: 299 (2000)
Density: 3217.2/sq mi
Settled 1804
Incorporated 1820
 
An Institution established by Rev. Thomas Huges in 1802. The academy was created as a "prep" school for college. Classes included languages, philosophy, and astronomy. The stone structure was built around 1806, making it one of the oldest buildings still standing in Beaver County.
 
3/18/1819 - 10/10/1886
An American soldier and physician who served as a colonel and brigade commander in the Union Army during the Civil War. He attended Greersburg Academy in Darlington from 1838 to 1840. After, he spent time in medical school in Pittsburgh.
 
ORDINANCES FROM DARLINGTON

Ordinance #324-90

An Ordinance of Darlington Borough Financial Agreement with the Township of South Beaver to provide police protection services to and within the Borough of Darlington by and through the South Beaver Township Police Department.

Be it enacted and ordained by the Borough Council of the Borough of Darlington, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same.

Sec. 1.   The Borough of Darlington, by its Borough Council, by and after adoption of the Ordinance, is hereby authorized to enter into and execute a Contract and Financial Agreement with the Township of South Beaver for the Township of South Beaver to provide police protection and services to the Borough of Darlington by, through, and of the South Beaver Township Police Department.

  1. The term and duration of such Contract and Financial Agreement shall be indefinite, і. е. of perpetual duration, subject however, to written amendment by the parties, mutual termination by subsequent written agreement of the parties, and subject to unilateral termination shall be effective no later than the end of the calendar month following the month in which the governing body of the terminating municipality shall so vote at a duly convened public meeting.

 

  1. The purpose of the Contract and Financial Agreement shall be to provide protection and services within the Municipal boundaries of the Borough of Darlington, and in conjunction therewith before any District Justice or Court of competent jurisdiction or other legal proceeding by and through the Department personnel and equipment of the South Beaver Township Police Department, which Police Department shall be the organization structure necessary to implement the Contract and Financial Agreement.
  1. The said personnel of said South Beaver Township Police Department, upon and after execution of said Contract and Financial Agreement shall have full authority and arrest powers as a police officer of and for the Borough of Darlington.

 

  1. Said Contract and Financial Agreement shall provide that said personnel of the South Beaver Township shall not be “statutory employees” of Darlington Borough for the purpose and requirements of issuing wages, wage statements, withholding of employee taxes or similar charges and expenses relative to employee wages or compensation and/or the providing of workmen’s compensation or similar obligation of employer, as such obligation of “statutory employee” shall remain with South Beaver Township.
  1. Said Contract and Financial Agreement shall provide that all matters relative to civil service or similar right and obligation of personnel of the South Beaver Township Police Department shall be governed by South Beaver Township pursuant to the Second Class Township Code and related laws and regulations.

 

  1. Said Contract and Financial Agreement shall provide for Darlington Borough to pay unto South Beaver Township compensation for the cost of such police protection and services, a determined percentage or other appropriate method of determination of the operating budget cost of said Police Department which South Beaver Township shall appropriately maintain during the duration of the agreement, including, but not limited to:  compensation of personnel and all attributable and related costs as to said compensation; insurances; pension plan and equipment budget to be paid in equal monthly installments; and to provide for amendment thereof from time to time, in such manner as the governing bodies of the Municipalities shall determine and agree as appropriate from time to time.

Sec. 2.  The provisions of this Ordinance are severable and if any section, clause, sentence part or provision shall be illegal invalid or unconstitutional, the decision of the Court shall not affect or inpair any of the remaining sections or clauses.
Duly enacted and ordained this 21st day of June, 1990.

                                                                        M. Benois Ellis, President of Council
Attest:                                                                        Virginia Martin, Secretary of Council
Approved by:                                                            Earl W. Shugars, Mayor

 

 

 

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