Event Detail

Summary

Type Method Description Successful?
First Class Township County Baldwin Township 1901 1st Class yes

Dates

Event Year(s) Final Decree Date Effective Date How Effective Date Determined
1900–1901 Mar 4, 1901 Municipal Election after Proclamation - 1st Monday in March thereafter

Affected Government

From
Municipality
From
County
From
State
To
Municipality
To
County
To
State
Baldwin, Township of
Whole
Allegheny County
Part
PA
Part
Baldwin, Township of
Whole
Allegheny County
Part
PA
Part

Affected Government Form

Government Government Form
Baldwin, Township of Township, 1st Class

Law

Detail Citation Relationship
View Act of April 28, 1899 (Pa. Laws 104, No. 86), §§ 1–4 indirect

Government Action

Detail Government Action Date Approved Effective Location
Allegheny, County of Minute: " A certificate of the Census Bureau was read giving the population according to the last Census On motion of Mr Murray it was Resolved to issue the Proclamation of the County Commissioners declaring the following Townships to be First-class Townships viz. Baldwin Chartiers Harrison Kilbuck Leet Lower St Clair Mifflin Neville North Versailles Reserve Scott Shaler Sterrett S. Versailles Stowe Union and Wilkins the same having a population of over 300 inhabitants to the square mile. And that the same be published in the official newspapers." Dec 31, 1900 v. 3, p. 119
Allegheny, County of Proclamation: [Classifying Baldwin, Chartiers, Harrison, Kilbuck, Leet, Lower Saint Clair, Mifflin, Neville, North Versailles, Reserve, Scott, Shaler, Sterrett, South Versailles, Stowe, Union, and Wilkins Townships as first class townships] Dec 31, 1900
Allegheny, County of Resolution: [Issuing a proclamation classifying Baldwin, Chartiers, Harrison, Kilbuck, Leet, Lower Saint Clair, Mifflin, Neville, North Versailles, Reserve, Scott, Shaler, Sterrett, South Versailles, Stowe, Union, and Wilkins Townships as first class townships] Dec 31, 1900
Allegheny, County of Minute: " A list of the first class Townships under the Act of 1899 and the supplements thereto was read. Mr. O'Neil moved that the following Townships be declared townships of the first class and that a proclamation be issued and advertise in the Dispatch, Gazette, Press, Leader, Post and Telegraph once a week for three weeks, said proclamation to be published in two of the above named papers each week. Carried. Baldwin, Braddock, Chartiers, Collier, Crescent, Elizabeth, Harrison, Jefferson, Kilbuck, Lower St. Clair, Mifflin, North Versailles, Penn, Reserve, Scott, Shaler, South Fayette, South Versailles, Stowe, Union, and Wilkins" Aug 1, 1911 v. 5, p. 136
Allegheny, County of Proclamation: [Classifying Baldwin, Braddock, Chartiers, Collier, Crescent, Elizabeth, Harrison, Jefferson, Kilbuck, Lower St. Clair, Mifflin, North Versailles, Penn, Reserve, Scott, Shaler, South Fayette, South Versailles, Stowe, Union, and Wilkins Townships as first class townships, and all other townships in county as second class townships] Aug 3, 1911

Source

Detail Source Title Person(s) Vol. Page(s) Date 1 Date 2
View Pitts. Gaz. Times OFFICE OF THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 10 Aug 3, 1911