Article 3

A.    Driveways to Be Paved Within Dedicated Right-of-Way

§12-301 Paving Required.

For the safety of the traveling public and to prevent deterioration of the public roads, all private, commercial or industrial driveways hereafter constructed or reconstructed shall be paved full width within right-of-way of any existing, proposed or dedicated Borough road, at least to the extent of the right-of-way.

(Ord. 1999-1, 1/11/1999, §1)

§12-302 Permit Required.

Before paving said driveway within said existing, proposed or dedicated Borough right-of-way, the landowner shall obtain a permit for said driveway entrance construction or reconstruction, excluding routine maintenance, pay a permit fee for said permit in an amount as established from time to time by resolution of Borough Council and make a deposit to guarantee the performance of said paving in an amount as determined by the Borough Engineer. A permit application shall be submitted by permittee and is subject to review and approval by the Borough Engineer. The approved permit shall contain provisions and requirements for proper drainage and public safety which shall be binding upon the permittee.

(Ord. 1999-1, 1/11/1999, §2; as amended by Ord. 2009-1, 7/13/2009)

§12-303 Failure to Pave as Required.

Should the permittee fail to construct said driveway paving or fail to construct said driveway paving as required by this Article 3A, the Cornwall Borough Council may require the permittee to perform said paving or to rectify said paving at the expense of the permittee or if said permittee fails to act of rectify, the Cornwall Borough Council may use said deposit to perform said paving, as required. If upon inspection by the Cornwall Borough Council the paving has been performed by the permittee to the satisfaction of the Cornwall Borough Council, the said deposit shall be refunded to the permittee.

(Ord. 1999-1, 1/11/1999, §3)

§12-304 Penalties.

Any person, firm or corporation who shall violate any provision of this Article 3A, upon conviction thereof, shall be sentenced to a fine of not more than $1,000 plus costs and, in default of payment of said fine and costs, to a term of imprisonment not to exceed 30 days. Each day that a violation of this Article 3A continues or each Section of this Article 3A which shall be found to have been violated shall constitute a separate offense.

(Ord. 1999-1, 1/11/1999, §4; as amended by Ord. 2009-1, 7/13/2009)