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Unfortunately, these types of signs are prohibited, although non-profit organizations (schools, athletic associations, municipalities, scouts, fire departments, libraries, churches, etc.) may display these types of temporary signs on a limited basis for athletic sign ups, school events, craft fairs, fund raisers, and other special community related events. In addition, political signs are permitted during election seasons. Please contact the Community Development Director at 724-693-3104 for more information.
This will depend on the zoning district. Residential and village districts typically require a minimum 10-foot set back from the rear and side property lines for detached accessory structures greater than 200 square feet and a minimum setback of 5-feet if the structure is less than 200 square feet. The accessory structure also cannot be located on an easement or right-of-way. In addition, if located on a corner lot, the side yard which is adjacent to the street is considered a front yard in which accessory structures are not permitted.
You will need to apply for a zoning variance request. Contact Andrew H. Hartwell, AICP, Director, Community Development, at 724-693-3104.
In the state of Pennsylvania firefighters use only blue warning lights to alert other drivers that they are responding to an emergency. Those blue lights are a referred to as “Courtesy Lights” meaning you are not required by law to yield the way to a vehicle displaying a blue light, however, we strongly encourage you to please yield the right of way to these vehicles so they can get to the fire stations and respond with the fire vehicles to the emergency as quickly as possible. Vehicles outfitted with Red lights and sirens are used by Chief Officers and those vehicles are considered by the state to be emergency vehicles and YOU MUST YIELD THE RIGHT OF WAY to these vehicles.
These are the figures as of the 1/1/17 Act 2015 Study
The ideal proposer will provide a team consisting of and Investment Manager or Actuary with at least 10 clients each with assets of $50 million and an entire team of investment manager/actuarial and custodial service providers with a total of 100 municipal clients and assets of at least $100 million.
It is preferred that at least 10 of the total number of clients be located in Allegheny, Beaver, Butler and Washington Counties. The team must meet the requirements for on-site meetings regardless of the number of clients located in the 4- county area. A list of all Pennsylvania municipal pension clients must be provided.
Employees contribute 2.5% and Township contributes 7.0%.
No, investments are determined by the approved Investment Policy Statement for the Non-Uniform Plan.
Quarterly Statements for just employee accounts. The Township should be provided with an aggregate or summary report.
No. Bundled solution.
Single Aggregated investment portfolio.
Yes, they are maintained as part of the overall police pension assets.
See samples provided.
Investments decisions are made by the Trustee through strict adherence to the investment policy statement.
Please note that the current investment policy statement has been included in the list of documents and no changes would occur without further discussion with the Pension Board.
The expectation is for an investment advisor to meet with employees who are in the process of retiring to simply explain the benefit options so that the retiring employee can make an informed decision. The township desires that its retires are informed of the various products that are available upon retirement and the advisor should make available information regarding these potential investment options but at no time should recommendations be made.
No, that would not disqualify you from the RFP process.
One of the mail services such as Fed Ex or UPS is acceptable as an alternative to the US Mail
We would want that allocation to occur at least on a quarterly basis. Please keep in mind that we are submitting employee contributions on a monthly basis currently
Pennsylvania does not have restraining orders. We do have protection from abuse orders (PFAs). These can be obtained on someone you reside with (household member), family member or a current or ex-intimate partner. There are 3 types of PFAs. The first is an emergency PFA, which is only good until the next business day. The second is a temporary PFA, which is good for 10 days and the 3rd is a Final PFA, which can be in effect for up to 36 months. Emergency PFAs can be obtained from the magistrate or after normal business hours or weekends, from night court. Temporary and Final PFAs are obtained from the family division in Pittsburgh.
North Fayette Police Department has a new online interactive form for you to fill out online at your convenience. Once your information is entered, click send and it will automatically be entered into our system.
Solicitation is permitted in North Fayette Township, but only following the issuance of a permit. Ask the person to see their permit. If they cannot produce a permit for you to see, contact the North Fayette Township Police immediately. Active permits can also be found at https://www.north-fayette.com/327/Current-Solicitation-List
• Honorable Anthony W. Saveikis
• 8052 Steubenville Pike• Oakdale, PA 15071
• Tel 724.695.2070
• Hours of Operation Monday- 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday-8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday- 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thursday- 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday- 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.