Event Detail

Summary

Type Method Description Successful?
Annexation Municipality Red Lion Borough 1949 Ordinance yes*

Dates

Event Year(s) Final Decree Date Effective Date How Effective Date Determined
1949–1950 Jul 31, 1950 Ordinance - Date Filed with Court after Service upon County Commissioners

Map

Affected Government

From Municipality From County From State To Municipality To County To State
Windsor, Township of (York)
Reduction
York County
Part
PA
Part
Red Lion, Borough of
Expansion
York County
Part
PA
Part
York, Township of
Reduction
York County
Part
PA
Part
Red Lion, Borough of
Expansion
York County
Part
PA
Part

Metes and Bounds Description

Detail Description Type Source Acres Beginning Point
View Red Lion Borough 1949 Ordinance: Tract 1 (York) shape ordinance (filed with Court) 5.44 concrete monument marking a present corner of Red Lion Borough, said monument being located on the North side of the Country Club Road, formerly known as the Felton Road
View Red Lion Borough 1949 Ordinance: Tract 2 (York) shape ordinance (filed with Court) 3.75 concrete monument located on the present Borough Line, a point on line of lands now or formerly of the U. G. Spotz Estate
View Red Lion Borough 1949 Ordinance: Tract 3 (York) shape ordinance (filed with Court) 0.51 concrete monument, a point on the present Borough Line and located on the East side of Railroad Alley
View Red Lion Borough 1949 Ordinance: Tract 4 (York) shape ordinance (filed with Court) 7.76 concrete monument, a present corner of Red Lion Borough, said monument being located on the North side of Country Club Road, formerly known as the Felton Road
View Red Lion Borough 1949 Ordinance: Tract 5 (York) shape ordinance (filed with Court) 3.346 iron pin, a present corner of Red Lion Borough and a point on the South side of Martin Street
View Red Lion Borough 1949 Ordinance: Tract 6 (Windsor) shape ordinance (filed with Court) 17.145 concrete monument located on line of lands now or formerly of Henry Inkroate and a point on the present Borough line
View Red Lion Borough 1949 Ordinance: Tract 7 (Windsor) shape ordinance (filed with Court) 4.139 concrete monument, a present corner of Red Lion Borough and a point located on the West side of Lemon Alley
View Red Lion Borough 1949 Ordinance: Tract 8 (Windsor) shape ordinance (filed with Court) 12.474 concrete monument located on the West side of Lemon Alley, a present Borough corner
View Red Lion Borough 1949 Ordinance: Tract 9 (Windsor) shape ordinance (filed with Court) 4.57 concrete monument located on the West side of South Main Street

Adjudication

Detail Tribunal Type No. Term Relationship
View Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace of York County, Pennsylvania Miscellaneous Jul 1950 direct

Law

Detail Citation Relationship
View Act of May 4, 1927 (Pa. Laws 519, No. 336), §§ 425–427 indirect
View Act of May 18, 1933 (Pa. Laws 818, No. 136), § 1 [425] indirect
View Act of July 2, 1937 (Pa. Laws 2803, No. 588), §§ 10 [3rd] [425]–10 [3rd] [427] indirect
View Act of July 10, 1947 (Pa. Laws 1621, No. 568), §§ 5 [425]–5 [427] indirect

Government Action

Detail Government Action Date Approved Effective Location
Red Lion, Borough of Minute: "A Petition from Herman A. Ebert and James H. Fager was presented asking that their properties adjacent to the Northern End of Red Lion Borough be annexed to Red Lion Borough, this matter was referred to the Solicitor to see what action would have to be taken for said annexation due to the School Loans in York Township." Oct 7, 1949 p. 1
Red Lion, Borough of Minute: "The annexation proceedings were discussed at this time and in this connection, Motion by Heindel that the Ebert and Fager properties adjacent to the Northern End of the Borough be annexed to Red Lion Borough and that the Balance of the property owners adjacent thereto be contacted immediately to see if it is possible to annex more than the two properties aforementioned, seconded Toomey and passed." Nov 4, 1949 p. 1
Red Lion, Borough of Minute: " The annexation Ordinance, annexing to Red Lion Borough the following tracts of land, Federal Tract known as Tract #1; Horn-Grove Tract known as tract #2; Red Lion Cabinet Co. Tract known as Tract #3; Walter Sipe-Red Lion A.A. Tract known as Tract #4; Martin Street Tract known as Tract #5; Pine Street Tract known as Tract #6; Wise Avenue Tracts known as Tracts #7 & 8; North Main Street Tract known as Tract #9; was read and passed FIRST READING on Motion of Heindel, seconded Stump and passed. Same Ordinance was read and passed SECOND READING on Motion of Hall, seconded Toomey and passed. The Secretary was instructed to notify all members at the proper time of a Special Meeting to be held on December 15, 1949 at 7:30 P.M. to pass the aforementioned Ordinance on Third Reading." Dec 2, 1949 p. 1
Red Lion, Borough of Minute: " The purpose of the Special Session was to pass the Annexation Ordinance on Third Reading and prepare the same for advertising. Discussion was opened on same, however, all the necessary work not having been completed, Motion by Heindel that Council Adjourn to meet on December 22, 1949 at 9:15 P.M. to finish this meeting, seconded LaMotte" Dec 15, 1949 p. 1
Red Lion, Borough of Minute: "The annexation proceedings having been completed, the Annexation Ordinance was read and passed THIRD READING on Motion of LaMotte, seconded Heindel and passed." Dec 22, 1949 p. 1
Red Lion, Borough of Ordinance: Annexing to the Borough of Red Lion, York County, Pennsylvania, a section of Windsor Township, York County, Pennsylvania and York Township, York County, Pennsylvania, adjacent to the said Borough herein described Dec 22, 1949 Dec 22, 1949

Source

Detail Source Title Person(s) Vol. Page(s) Date 1 Date 2
View 1950-1960.Cns.Minor.Civ.Div.Corr. Michaels, Joseph A. (Engineer) Sep 1958
View 1960.Cns.Rep. Footnote 55 40-32
View Pa.Dep't.Educ.Ax.F. (St.Arc. 22.120) (1940-66) Red Lion Borough School District (York County), 1951-1956 (1 folder)