Appointment of officials and
[HISTORY: Adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of Callery 8-10-1905 by Ord. No.2. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES Salaries and compensation of Council-See Ch. 13, Art. I.
§ 9-1. Organizational meeting.
The Councilmen-elect and those holding office shall meet for organization within 10 days of and after official notice of their election whereupon the members-elect shall be severally sworn or affirmed according to law when Council shall proceed to elect a President and a Secretary of Council.
§ 9-2. Appointment of officials and standing committees.
A. At the time fixed by Council they shall meet and elect, by ballot, one Borough Treasurer, one Street Commissioner, one Chief of Police, each of whom shall within 10 days after his election subscribe to an oath or affirmation to support the constitution of the United States and of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and to perform the duties of their respective offices with fidelity.
B. The President shall then announce the standing committees, each to consist of two members and the President as follows: Park Committee~ Police Committee~ Sewer Committee~ and Street Committee.1,2
§ 9-3. Street Committee.
To the Street Committee shall be referred all questions of locating, opening, widening, grading, improving or keeping in repair and all other questions relating to streets, sidewalks, roads, lanes, or alleys. It shall also be the duty of this Committee, with the Mayor, to see that the Street Commissioner attends to to his duties and executes all ordinances, instructions and orders of Council.
1 Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I).
2 Editor's Note: Original Section 3 of Ord. No.2, regarding the Fire Committee, which followed this section, was deleted at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I).
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§ 9-4. Police Committee.
To the Police ColllIllittee shall be referred all questions relating to the Police or in any way referring to the preservation of the peace and good order, cleanliness and health of the Borough. It shall also be the duty of this Committee, with the Mayor, to see that the police attend to their duties and enforce all ordinances and laws of the Borough.3
Editor's Note: Original Section 6 of Ord. No.2, regarding the Fire Committee, which followed this section, was deleted at time of adoption of Code (see Ch.l, General Provisions, Art. I).