2019 Ordinances

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Ordinance No. 2219-19 (PDF) - Adopted on 2/20/19

  • An Ordinance to Fix the 2019 Salaries, Wages and Compensation of the Employees of the Borough of Hawthorne

Ordinance No. 2220-19 (PDF) - Adopted on 2/20/19

  • An Ordinance Releasing an Existing Sanitary Sewer Easement over Private Lands and Accepting an Easement Over and Upon the Same Private Lands in the Place and Stead of Such Easement Relative to Property Located at the Intersection of Rea Avenue and Fourth Avenue

Ordinance No. 2221-19 (PDF) - Adopted on 3/6/19

  • Bond Ordinance Providing for Road Reconstruction, Including Milling, Paving and Resurfacing, as Well as Curbing, Handicapped Ramps and Related Improvements Appropriating $1,060,000, and Authorizing the Issuance of Bonds or Notes of the Borough for Financing the Same

Ordinance No. 2222-19 (PDF) - Adopted on 3/20/19

  • Bond Ordinance Providing for Reconstruction or Replacement of Sidewalks and Driveway Aprons on Identified Sites on Midland Avenue, Norma Terrace, Reid Place, Kenwood Road, Prescott Avenue, Vreeland Avenue, Seventh Avenue and First Avenue, Appropriating $200,000 Authorizing the Issuance of Bonds or Notes for Financing Part of the Cost Thereof and Directing Special Assessment of the Cost Thereof

Ordinance No. 2223-19 (PDF) - Adopted on 3/6/19

  • Bond Ordinance Providing for Improvements to the Passaic Avenue Storm Sewer System and Work Incidental Thereto, Appropriating $120,000 and Authorizing the Issuance of Bonds or Notes of the Borough for Financing the Same

Ordinance No. 2224-19 (PDF) - Adopted on 3/6/19

  • An Ordinance to Amend Chapter 399 of the Code of the Borough of Hawthorne, Sewers and Sewerage Disposal, Article IV, Building Sewers and Connections, Section 399-20, Costs of Connection and Installation, so as to Add Section E, Setting Forth the Responsibility to Make Repair or Replacement of any Sewer Lateral and Obligation for Payment of Cost Associated with the Same

Ordinance No. 2225-19 (PDF) - Adopted on 3/20/19

  • Bond Ordinance Providing for Road Reconstruction, Resurfacing, Drainage, Curb, Sidewalk and Handicapped Ramp Improvements on Arlington Avenue, Alexandria Avenue, Roosevelt Avenue and Hutchinson Avenue as Described Specifically Herein, Appropriating $800,000, and Authorizing the Issuance of Bonds or Notes in the Amount of $335,000 of the Borough for Financing the Same 

Ordinance No. 2226-19 (PDF) - Adopted on 3/20/19

  • Bond Ordinance Providing for Reconstruction or Replacement of Sidewalks and Driveway Aprons on Arlington Avenue, Hutchinson Avenue, Fourth Avenue, Roosevelt Avenue, Lafayette Avenue, Alexandria Avenue and Van Winkle Avenue, Appropriating $150,000, Authorizing the Issuance of Bonds or Notes for Financing Part of the Cost Thereof and Directing Special Assessment of the Cost Thereof

Ordinance No. 2227-19 (PDF) - Adopted on 3/20/19

  • An Ordinance to Further Amend and Supplement the Code of the Borough of Hawthorne to Revise Chapter 220, Fees, Section 220-12, Parks and Recreation, 220-12B, Swimming Pool Ordinance No. 2228-19 (PDF) - Pending Adoption on 4/3/19

Ordinance No. 2228-19 (PDF) - Pending Adoption on 4/3/19

  • An Ordinance to Amend Bond Ordinance 2197-17, Providing for the Replacement of Filter Pots and Other Improvements, Including Piping, Mechanical Equipment, Pumps and Electrical Improvements, all at the Hawthorne Memorial Swimming Pool, by Adding Thereto Rehabilitation of Restrooms Including Flooring, Plumbing, Piping, Locker Replacement, and Installation of a Slide and Canopy

Ordinance No. 2229-19 (PDF) - Pending Adoption on 4/3/19

  • Bond Ordinance Providing for the Acquisition of Fire Department Capital Equipment, Specifically a Fire Tower Truck, Appropriating $1,400,000, Authorizing the Issuance of Bonds or Notes in the Amount of $1,330,000 for Financing the Same

Ordinance No. 2230-19 (PDF) - Pending Adoption on 4/3/19

  • An Ordinance to Amend Ordinance 2219-19, Fixing the Salaries, Wages and compensation of the Employees of the Borough of Hawthorne, so as to Conform with the Terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreement Entered into By the Borough of Hawthorne and the UPSEU White Collar Unit