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COMMUNITY BENEFIT TRUST FUND MEETINGS FOR 2021
Thursday, November 18, 2021 @ 7:00 pm – Borough of Lincoln
REVISED LIBERTY BOROUGH MEETING DATES: MEETINGS CHANGED TO THE THIRD THURSDAY OF THE MONTH AND THE WORKSHOP MEETING WILL STILL BE EVERY SECOND WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH.
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REMINDER PLEASE ADHERE TO LIBERTY BOROUGH DOG ORDINANCES
The running at large of dogs, other pets, animals, chickens and other fowl within the Borough of Liberty shall be and the same is hereby prohibited.
§ 2-202 Running at Large Defined.
[Ord. 446, 12/7/1994, § 2]
Any dog, other pet, animal, chicken or other fowl shall be deemed to be running at large when said animal is on foot off the premises of the person, firm or corporation owning, keeping or harboring such animal without being restrained by a firmly attached leash or chain, not exceeding six feet in length, or in a cage or coop under the control of the owner, keeper or handler of such animal.
§ 2-203 Seizing of Animal.
[Ord. 446, 12/7/1994, § 3]
The police or other authorized representative of the Borough of Liberty are hereby authorized and empowered to seize and take possession of, on public or private property, any such dog, pet, other animal, chicken or other fowl permitted to run at large within the Borough of Liberty.
§ 2-204 Police Officers and Other Representatives.
[Ord. 446, 12/7/1994, § 4]
It shall be the duty of every police officer of the Borough of Liberty, and of other authorized representatives thereof, to seize and detain any dog running at large which bears a proper license tag, and to seize and detain any pet, other animal, chicken or other fowl, either upon the highways, streets or alleys of the Borough or upon property of other than the owner, keeper or harborer of such dog, pet, animal, chicken or other fowl. If the owner, keeper or harborer thereof be known, or his or her identity be discoverable through identification marking on a collar worn by any dog, pet, animal, chicken or other fowl, such owner, keeper or harborer shall be notified, either personally or by certified mail, to reclaim such animal within the period of 10 days after notice has been given. Any dog, pet, animal, chicken or other fowl so seized and detained shall be detained in a kennel or other impounding facility designated by the Borough of Liberty and shall be properly fed and watered. The owner of a dog, pet, animal, chicken or other fowl so detained shall pay all reasonable expenses incurred by reason of the detention of such animal before becoming entitled to the return of such animal. In the event the owner of such dog or other animal does not reclaim such animal and pay the reasonable charges hereinbefore provided for, within the time herein provided, any such animal other than a dog shall be sold for the benefit of the Borough of Liberty; any such dog shall be exterminated in a humane manner or be sold as other animals, for the benefit of the said Borough.
Water Company PA American Water
Gas Company Peoples Gas
Electric Company Duquesne Light
Sewage Collector PAMS
Garbage Company Waste Management
Liberty Borough Council Meetings
Every 2nd Wednesday of the Month
6:00 p.m. Workshop
Liberty Borough Council Meetings (Public)
Every 3rd Thursday of the Month
June 17, July 15, August 19, September 16, October 21, November 18, and December 16
Liberty Borough is located in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. The population was 2,551 citizens according to the 2010 census.
Liberty Borough is part of the South Allegheny School District, along with Glassport, Lincoln, and Port Vue. Liberty is home to the district's high school.
Liberty Borough was at one time part of Port Vue but gained its "liberty" from Port Vue in 1912, thus the origin of the name of the town.
Liberty is bounded by Port Vue and McKeesport to the north, Versailles and the Youghiogheny River to the east, Lincoln to the south, and Glassport to the west.
Liberty Borough has a total area of 1.5 square miles, of which 1.4 square miles is land and 0.1 square miles is water.
LINCOLN LIBERTY CLEAN UP DAY
MUST BE LINCOLN OR LIBERTY RESIDENT
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2021
@ LINCOLN BOROUGH MUNICIPAL OFFICE
45 ABES WAY ELIZABETH PA 15037
@8:00 AM - 12:00 PM NO EARLY BIRDS
THREE BINS AVAILABLE
NO PAINTS, CHEMICALS, TIRES, BUILDING MATERIALS, ETC
WE WILL HAVE ONE BIN FOR ELECTRONIC
RID YOUR HOUSE OF TVS, COMPUTERS, ETC
LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS
OCTOBER 31, 2021
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
PARADE @ 5:30
5:00 PM LINE UP AT ST. JOACHIM AND ANNE PARISH
3210 LIBERTY WAY