Event Detail

Summary

Type Method Description Successful?
First Class Township County O'Hara Township 1922 1st Class yes

Dates

Event Year(s) Final Decree Date Effective Date How Effective Date Determined
1920–1922 Jan 2, 1922 Municipal Election after Proclamation - 1st Monday in January thereafter

Affected Government

From
Municipality
From
County
From
State
To
Municipality
To
County
To
State
O'Hara, Township of
Whole
Allegheny County
Part
PA
Part
O'Hara, Township of
Whole
Allegheny County
Part
PA
Part

Affected Government Form

Government Government Form
O'Hara, Township of Township, 1st Class

Law

Detail Citation Relationship
View Act of July 14, 1917 (Pa. Laws 840, No. 319), §§ 30–32 indirect

Government Action

Detail Government Action Date Approved Effective Location
Allegheny, County of Minute: " An opinion from the County Solicitor in reply to J. J. Mamaux's inquiry as to the method of classifying a first-class township (as relates to Ross Township) out of a second class township, was read. Mr. Houlahen moved, seconded by Mr. Gumbert, to receive and file, and that the County Solicitor be requested to prepare the necessary proclamation for the creation of first-class townships as shown by the Decentennial census. Carried. A petition from the citizens of Neville Township calling attention and requesting the County Commissioners to proclaim Neville Township a township of the first-class, was read. Mr. Houlahen moved, seconded by Mr. Gumbert, that the same be acknowledged and the County Solicitor directed to note this for the foregoing proclamation. Carried" Oct 15, 1920 v. 8, p. 5
Allegheny, County of Minute: [Proclamation classifying East Deer, Neville, O'Hara, Ross, and Springdale Townships as first class townships] Dec 24, 1920 v. 8, p. 71–72
Allegheny, County of Proclamation: [Classifying East Deer, Neville, O'Hara, Ross, and Springdale Townships as first class townships] Dec 24, 1920