Event Detail

Summary

Type Method Description Successful?
Boundary Realignment Municipality Greenville Borough Ordinance 194 unknown

Dates

Event Year(s) Final Decree Date Effective Date How Effective Date Determined
1910

Affected Government

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Municipality
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County
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State
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Municipality
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County
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State
Greenville, Borough of (Mercer, defunct)
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Mercer County
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PA
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Hempfield, Township of (Mercer)
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Mercer County
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PA
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Hempfield, Township of (Mercer)
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Mercer County
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PA
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Greenville, Borough of (Mercer, defunct)
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Mercer County
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PA
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Metes and Bounds Description

Detail Description Type Source Acres Beginning Point
View Greenville Borough Ordinance 194 shape ordinance point in the Borough line, as established by ordinance of August 13, 1878, as recorded in the Ordinance Book, No. 1, Page 130, which Point is in the center of Shenango River and is distant 25'' southerly at right angles from the center line of the bridge across said river on what is known as Ohl street

Government Action

Detail Government Action Date Approved Effective Location
Greenville, Borough of (Mercer, defunct) Ordinance 194: Fixing and establishing the boundary line between the borough of Greenville and Hempfield township from the center of the Shenango River in the south line of what is known as the "Ohl Street Bridge" over said river in a general easterly direction to a point one hundred fifteen (115) feet, more or less, west of Erie Railroad tracks in the Borough of Greenville, Pa. Oct 18, 1910 Oct 20, 1910 v. 2, p. 192–194