Event Detail

Summary

Type Method Description Successful?
Annexation Municipality Greenville Borough Ordinance 120 yes

Dates

Event Year(s) Final Decree Date Effective Date How Effective Date Determined
1902 Jan 7, 1902 Ordinance - Date Approved

Affected Government

From
Municipality
From
County
From
State
To
Municipality
To
County
To
State
Hempfield, Township of (Mercer)
Reduction
Mercer County
Part
PA
Part
Greenville, Borough of (Mercer, defunct)
Expansion
Mercer County
Part
PA
Part

Metes and Bounds Description

Detail Description Type Source Acres Beginning Point
View Greenville Borough Ordinance 120 shape ordinance intersection of the present line of the Borough and the centre line of the Bessemer + Lake Erie Railroad tracks

Adjudication

Detail Tribunal Type No. Term Relationship
View Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace of Mercer County, Pennsylvania Sessions 35 Jan 1902 direct

Law

Detail Citation Relationship
View Act of April 1, 1834 (1833-1834 Pa. Laws 163, No. 98), §§ 1–3 indirect
View Act of April 3, 1851 (Pa. Laws 320, No. 218), § 30 indirect
View Act of June 2, 1871 (Pa. Laws 283, No. 264), § 4 indirect
View Act of July 15, 1897 (Pa. Laws 296, No. 229), § 1 indirect
View Act of April 28, 1899 (Pa. Laws 115, No. 92), § 1 indirect

Government Action

Detail Government Action Date Approved Effective Location
Greenville, Borough of (Mercer, defunct) Ordinance 120: [Annexing land to the Borough of Greenville upon petition of Frank B. Sisley, John O. Sisley, J. E. Dwyer and the Hodge Manufacturing Company] Jan 7, 1902 Jan 7, 1902 v. 2, p. 12–14