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File #: 2010-0274    Version: 1
Type: Resolution Status: Passed Finally
File created: 4/6/2010 In control: Committee on Public Works
On agenda: Final action: 4/21/2010
Enactment date: 4/21/2010 Enactment #: 216
Effective date: 4/23/2010    
Title: Resolution adopting official sewage facilities plan for the CONSOL ENERGY CENTER at 1001 5th Avenue, (Sports and Exhibition Authority).
Sponsors: R. Daniel Lavelle
Indexes: SEWAGE FACILITIES PLAN
Attachments: 1. 2010-0274.doc
Title
Resolution adopting official sewage facilities plan for the CONSOL ENERGY CENTER at 1001 5th Avenue, (Sports and Exhibition Authority).


Body
WHEREAS, SECTION 5 of the Act of January 24, 1966, P.L. 1535, No. 537, known as the "Pennsylvania Sewage Facilities Act", as amended, and the rules and regulations of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (Department) adopted thereunder, Chapter 71 of Title 25 of the Pennsylvania Code, requires the municipality to adopt an Official Sewage Facilities Plan providing for sewage services adequate to prevent contamination of waters of the Commonwealth and/or environmental health hazards from sewage wastes, and to revise said plan whenever it is necessary to determine whether a proposed method of sewage disposal for a new development conforms to a comprehensive program of pollution control and water quality management; and

WHEREAS, the Sports and Exhibition Authority has proposed the development of a certain parcel of land identified as Consol Energy Center (1001 5th Avenue), bounded by 5th Avenue, Washington Place, Centre Avenue, through private property to Magee Street thence back to 5th Avenue, located in the 3rd Ward of the City of Pittsburgh and described in the attached Sewage Facilities Planning Module (the "planning module") for land development and proposes that project be served by the Pittsburgh sewage systems; and

WHEREAS, the municipality has reviewed the planning module for land development for the proposed project and has determined that the proposed method of sewage disposal does conform to and is included in the approved "Official Plan" of the municipality, City of Pittsburgh; and

WHEREAS, the City of Pittsburgh finds that the project described in the attached planning module for land development conforms to applicable zoning, sub-division, other municipal ordinances and plans, and to a comprehensive program of pollution control and water quality management.

BE IT RES...

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