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Borough of Marcus Hook, PA. If you do not agree to the Terms of Use, please do not use eCode Pin open the table of contents Table of Contents. Amendments noted where applicable. Fire prevention — See Ch. Property maintenance — See Ch. Zoning — See Ch. O , approved [1] ]. It is the purpose of this chapter and the policy of the Council of the Borough of Marcus Hook, in order to protect and promote the public health, safety and welfare of its citizens, to establish obligations of owners and occupants relating to rental of certain residential rental units in the Borough of Marcus Hook.

The Council of the Borough of Marcus Hook has recognized the need to:. As a means to those ends, this chapter provides for a system of inspections and issuance and renewal of operating s, and sets penalties for violations. As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:.

O , approved ]. The Code Enforcement Office of the Borough is hereby authorized and directed to develop and adopt plans for the inspection of dwelling units subject to the provisions of this chapter, including:. Before making inspections and pursuant to a plan authorized in Subsection A 2 , the Code Enforcement Officer shall advise the property owners and other residents of the intent to inspect.

The Code Enforcement Officer is hereby authorized to enter and inspect between the hours of a. The Code Enforcement Officer is hereby authorized to inspect the premises surrounding dwellings, dwelling units, rooming houses, rooming units, dormitories and dormitory rooms subject to this chapter for the purpose of determining whether there is compliance with its provisions.

The Code Enforcement Officer and the owner, occupant or other person in charge of a dwelling, dwelling unit, rooming unit, rooming house, dormitory or dormitory room subject to this chapter may agree to an inspection by appointment at a time other than the hours provided in Subsection B. The owner, occupant or other person in charge of a dwelling, dwelling unit, rooming unit, rooming house, dormitory or dormitory room, upon presentation of proper identification by the Code Enforcement Officer, a copy of any relevant plan of inspection pursuant to which entry is sought and a schedule of the specific areas and facilities to be inspected, shall give the Code Enforcement Officer entry and free access to every part of the dwelling, dwelling unit, rooming unit, dormitory or dormitory room and to the premises surrounding any of these.

The Code Enforcement Officer shall keep confidential all evidence which it may discover or obtain in the course of an inspection made pursuant to this section, and such evidence shall be considered privileged. No person shall operate a multiple dwelling, rooming house or rental dwelling unit unless he holds a current unrevoked operating issued by the Code Enforcement Officer in his name for the specific named multiple dwelling, rooming house or rental dwelling unit.

Every operating shall be issued for a period of one year from its date of issuance, unless sooner revoked, and may be renewed for successive periods of not to exceed one year. The Code Enforcement Officer is hereby authorized, upon application therefor, to issue a new operating and renewals thereof in the names of applicant owners or operators of multiple dwellings, rooming houses or rental dwelling units.

No such s shall be issued unless the multiple dwelling, rooming house or rental dwelling unit in connection with which the is sought is found, after inspection, to meet all requirements of this chapter and of applicable rules and regulations pursuant thereto. No operating shall be issued or renewed unless the applicant owner or operator has first made application therefor on an application form provided by the Code Enforcement Officer. The Code Enforcement Officer shall develop such forms and make them available to the public.

Rental units residential. O , approved ; by Res. R , approved ; by Res. R , approved ]. Borough Council may, from time to time, by resolution, change the amount of fees required to be paid under the provisions of this chapter. No operating shall be issued or renewed for a nonresident applicant unless such applicant deates in writing to the Code Enforcement Officer the name of his agent for the receipt of service of notice that there is a violation of the provisions of this chapter and for service of process pursuant to this chapter.

No operating shall be issued or renewed for a resident applicant unless such applicant has first deated an agent for the receipt of service of notice of violations of the provisions of this chapter and for service of process pursuant to this chapter when said applicant is absent from the Borough of Marcus Hook for 30 days or more. Such a deation shall be made in writing and shall accompany each application form. The applicant may deate any person resident in the Borough of Marcus Hook as his agent for this purpose. No operating shall be renewed unless an application therefor has been made within 60 days prior to the expiration of the present operating .

Each shall be displayed in a conspicuous place within the common ways of the multiple dwelling; rooming house or rental dwelling units. No shall be transferable to another person or to another multiple dwelling, rooming house or rental dwelling unit. Every person holding an operating shall give notice in writing to the Code Enforcement Officer within 24 hours after having transferred or otherwise disposed of the legal control of any d multiple dwelling, rooming house or rental dwelling unit.

Such notice shall include the name and address of the person or persons succeeding to the ownership or control of such multiple dwellings, rooming house or rental dwelling unit. Every owner or operator of a d multiple dwelling, rooming house or rental dwelling unit shall keep or cause to be kept an accurate record of all repairs, alterations and equipment changes related to the provisions of this chapter or to any rules and regulations pertaining thereto, and of all corrections made as the result of inspections by the Code Enforcement Officer.

Such record shall be made available to the Code Enforcement Officer by the owner or operator when requested. Every owner or operator subject to this section shall be notified that such record may be used in administrative or judicial proceedings pursuant to the provisions of this chapter. The administrative authority shall, upon issuance of a as required in Subsection A , advise the e of the necessity for such record and the manner in which such record shall be kept. Whenever, upon inspection of the d multiple dwelling, rooming house or rental dwelling unit or of the records required to be kept by Subsection L , the Code Enforcement Officer finds that conditions or practices exist which are in violation of the provisions of this chapter or of any applicable rules and regulations pursuant thereto, he shall serve the owner or operator with notice of such violation in the manner hereinafter provided.

Such notice shall state that unless the violations cited are corrected within a reasonable time, the operating may be suspended. At the end of the time he has allowed for correction of any violation cited, the Code Enforcement Officer shall reinspect the multiple dwelling, rooming house or rental dwelling unit, and if he determines that such conditions have not been corrected, he may issue an order suspending the operating .

Any person whose to operate a multiple dwelling, rooming house or rental dwelling unit has been suspended shall be entitled to a reconsideration of the order or a formal hearing in the manner hereinafter provided by this chapter.

If no request for reconsideration or petition for hearing reaches the Code Enforcement Officer within 21 days following the issuance of the order of suspension, the shall be revoked, except that prior to revocation any person whose has been suspended may request reinspection upon a showing that the violation or violations cited in the notice have been corrected.

If, upon reinspection, the Code Enforcement Officer finds that the multiple dwelling, rooming house or rental dwelling unit in connection with which the notice was issued is now in compliance with this chapter and with applicable rules and regulations issued pursuant thereto, he shall reinstate the .

A request for reinspection shall not extend the suspension period unless the Code Enforcement Officer grants such request. Whenever the Code Enforcement Officer determines that any dwelling, dwelling unit or rooming unit or the premises surrounding any of these fails to meet the requirements set forth in this chapter or in applicable rules and regulations issued pursuant hereto, he shall issue a notice setting forth the alleged failures and advising the owner, occupant, operator or agent that such failures must be corrected.

This notice shall:. If one or more persons to whom such notice is addressed cannot be found after diligent efforts to do so, service may be made upon such person or persons by posting a notice in or about the dwelling, dwelling unit or rooming unit described in the notice or by causing such notice to be published in a newspaper of general circulation for a period of three consecutive days; or. At the end of the period of time allowed for the correction of any violation alleged, the Code Enforcement Officer shall reinspect the multiple dwelling, rooming house or rental dwelling unit described in the notice.

If upon reinspection the violations alleged are determined by the Code Enforcement Officer not to have been corrected, he shall issue a second notice of violation, which shall constitute an order requiring that the then-existing failures to meet the requirements of this chapter or of applicable existing rules or regulations issued pursuant thereto shall be corrected within a reasonable time allowed if the person served with such notice does not request a reconsideration or petition for a hearing on the matter in the manner hereinafter provided.

The Code Enforcement Officer shall cause a copy of the second notice to be posted in a conspicuous place in or about the multiple dwelling, rooming house or rental dwelling unit where the violations are alleged to exist and shall serve it in the manner provided in Subsection A 1 through 6. The Code Enforcement Officer, after the expiration of time granted the person served with such second notice to seek reconsideration or a hearing in the manner hereinafter provided by this chapter, or after a final decision adverse to such person served has been rendered by a court of competent jurisdiction to which an appeal has been taken, shall cause the second notice to be recorded in the office of the Recorder of Deeds of Delaware County.

All subsequent transferees of the multiple dwelling, rooming house or rental dwelling unit in connection with which a second notice has been so recorded shall be deemed to have notice of the continuing existence of the violations alleged and shall be liable to all penalties and procedures provided by this chapter and by applicable rules and regulations issued pursuant thereto to the same degree as was their transferor.

Any owner, occupant, operator or agent of a multiple dwelling, rooming house or rental dwelling unit who has received the second order or notice of a violation of this chapter shall be punishable by a fine of up to the maximum amount as provided from time to time by state statute for each day each violation continues after expiration of the specified reasonable consideration period, provided that no such penalty shall be applicable while a hearing or appeal to a court of competent jurisdiction is pending in the matter.

O ; approved ]. All appeals under this chapter shall be held by and before the Borough Council of the Borough of Marcus Hook. Any person affected by any notice which has been issued in connection with the enforcement of any provision of this chapter or of any rule or regulation adopted pursuant thereto may request and shall be granted a hearing on the matter before the Borough Council of the Borough of Marcus Hook, provided that such person shall file in the office of the Code Enforcement Officer a written petition requesting such hearing and setting forth a brief statement of the grounds therefor within 14 days after the day the notice was served.

Upon receipt of such petition the Borough Council shall set a time and place for such hearing and shall give the petitioner written notice thereof. At such hearing, the petitioner shall be given an opportunity to be heard and to show why such notice should be modified or withdrawn. The hearing shall be commenced not later than 10 days after the day on which the petition was filed, provided that upon application of the petitioner, the Code Enforcement Officer may postpone the date of the hearing for a reasonable time beyond such ten-day period if in his judgment the petitioner has submitted sufficient reason for such postponement.

After the hearing, the Borough Council may sustain, modify or withdraw the notice of the violation on the basis of the findings of the hearing and shall give petitioner written notice thereof. Such proceedings shall be summarized in writing and shall become a matter of public record in the office of the Code Enforcement Officer.

Such record shall also include a copy of every notice or order issued in connection with the matter. Any person aggrieved by the decision of the Borough Council may seek relief therefrom in any court of competent jurisdiction, as provided by the laws of this state. In any case where a provision of this chapter is found to be in conflict with a provision of any zoning, building, fire, safety or health ordinance or code of the Borough of Marcus Hook existing on the effective date of this chapter, [1] the provision which establishes the higher standard for the promotion and protection of the health and safety of the people shall prevail.

In any case where a provision of this chapter is found to be in conflict with a provision of any other ordinance or code of the Borough of Marcus Hook existing on the effective date of this chapter which establishes a lower standard for the promotion and protection of the health and safety of the people, the provisions of this chapter shall be deemed to prevail, and such other ordinances or codes are hereby declared to be repealed to the extent that they may be found in conflict with this chapter.

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