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THE COURTS

Title 255--LOCAL
COURT RULES

BEAVER COUNTY

[38 Pa.B. 2363]
[Saturday, May 24, 2008]

Order

   And Now, this 6th day of May, 2008, Local Rule 205.4, which provided for electronic filing in Beaver County, is rescinded in its entirety. Further, Local Rules 206A through 206C, inclusive, Rule 206.4(c) and Rule 208.3(b) are amended to read as follows. This Order and Amended Local Rules 206A, 206B, 206C, 206.4(c) and 208.3(b), as well as rescission of Rule 205.4, shall be effective 30 days after publication in the Pennsylvania Bulletin and publication on the Pennsylvania Judiciary's web application portal. All Local Rules inconsistent with the foregoing amended Rules are suspended upon the effective date of the foregoing amended Rules.

   In accordance with Pa.R.C.P. No. 239, the Court Administrator of Beaver County shall file or distribute copies of this Order and the Amended Local Rules as follows:

   1.  Seven (7) certified copies with the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts;

   2.  Two (2) certified copies and a computer diskette containing the texts of the amended Rules to the Legislative Reference Bureau for publication in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.

   3.  One (1) certified copy to the Civil Procedure Rules Committee of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania;

   4.  One (1) copy to the Prothonotary of Beaver County to be kept continuously available for public inspection and copying;

   5.  One (1) copy to the Law Library of Beaver County.

   In addition, the Court Administrator of Beaver County shall cause the foregoing Rules to be published on the web site of the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts and on the Beaver County web site.

By the Court

JOHN D. MCBRIDE,   
President Judge

LR 205.4. Electronic Filing and Service of Legal Papers.

   Rescinded and deleted in total.

LR 206A. Motions Court.

   The Court will be available to receive motions and petitions at the times and in accordance with the practice which is published with the annual Court Calendar.

   Note. The prescribed time to receive motions appears on the Beaver County web site: www.beavercountypa.gov. Links are available to the Court and then to Motions Court.

LR 206B. Notice to Opposing Counsel.

   The Court will not entertain a motion or petition in any matter unless the opposing party or his counsel has consented in writing or has received three (3) business days written notice of the intention to present the motion or petition. The motion or petition shall set forth the manner in which notice has been given, attaching a copy thereof. Counsel may present a motion or petition after oral notice only in emergency situations. Ex parte motions and petitions will not be entertained without prior notice unless notice is not possible.

LR 206C. Presentation of Motion.

   All motions and petitions, except as set forth in Rules L206D, L206F and emergency motions and petitions, shall be presented to the appropriate Judge at the time set for Motions Court. In all cases, written notice of presentation of the motion or petition shall have been given to counsel of record or to the opposite party in compliance with Rule L206B.

LR 206.4(c). Procedures for Issuance of a Rule to Show Cause.

   (a)  Upon petition, the issuance of a rule to show cause shall be discretionary pursuant to Pa.R.C.P. No. 206.5.

   (b)  Whether or not the petition has been filed, it shall be presented to the Court by counsel for the petitioner at the time prescribed for the receipt of motions by the Court.

   Note. The prescribed time to receive motions appears on the Beaver County web site: www.beavercountypa.gov. Links are available to the Court and then to Motions Court.

   (c)  The petition must be accompanied by an order in the form set forth in Pa.R.C.P. No. 206.5 (d). If appropriate to do so, the Court will issue the rule, set a time to respond thereto, set a deadline to complete depositions or other appropriate discovery and schedule argument.

   (d)  After the Court issues the rule, counsel for the petitioner must deliver the petition and rule to the Prothonotary for filing, serve it upon all other parties or their counsel, deliver a copy of the order to the Court Administrator and file proof of service.

   (e)  Any exhibits attached thereto must be tabbed and identified.

LR 208.3(b). Procedure Governing Motions.

   (a)  All motions, as defined in Pa.R.C.P. No. 208.1, whether or not they have been filed, shall be presented to the Court by counsel for movant at the time prescribed for the receipt of motions by the Court.

   Note. The prescribed time to receive motions appears on the Beaver County web site: www.beavercountypa.gov. Links are available to the Court and then to Motions Court.

[Pa.B. Doc. No. 08-969. Filed for public inspection May 23, 2008, 9:00 a.m.]


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Franklin County Courthouse
157 Lincoln Way East
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157 Lincoln Way East
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455 Hamilton Street
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200 North River Street
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48 West Third Street
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111 East Union Street, Suite 200
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1 South Main Street, Suite 2004
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Wyoming County Courthouse
One Courthouse Square
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Small group gathers outside courthouse Monday, petitions for moratorium extension

Dean Williams of Beaver County United, second from left, organized a rally to ensure that Pennsylvania residents are not faced with the threat of losing their homes during a resurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic. In July Gov. Tom Wolf extended an eviction moratorium until Aug. 31, which would keep people free from eviction for not paying rent due to job losses. [Lucy Schaly/For BCT]

Editor's note: This story has been updated to reflect the correct title for Robert Mizenko.

BEAVER — For many people, working from home and attending school from home — it's the new normal for the foreseeable future. 

But for those without homes, this poses a serious problem.

"The kids, they can't go to school, so school is home now," Dean Williams, organizer of Beaver County United, said on Monday afternoon during a small rally outside of the county courthouse.

On July 9, Gov. Tom Wolf extended an eviction moratorium until Aug. 31, keeping people free from eviction for not paying rent. The moratorium came in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, which caused countless Americans to lose their jobs and file for unemployment.

Jackie Royal, left, of Beaver County United, speaks during a rally Monday in front of the Beaver County Courthouse to make sure that Pennsylvania residents are not faced with the threat of losing their homes during a resurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic. Listening at right is Keith Jackson, mayor of Rochester. [Lucy Schaly/For BCT]

That moratorium ended Monday and about 10 people gathered outside of the Beaver County Courthouse to petition President Judge Richard Mancini to extend the moratorium.

Williams said if Wolf does not make a decision regarding the extension of the moratorium, that decision falls under the county's president judge.

However, Court Administrator Bill Hare late Monday afternoon could not confirm whether or not that does fall under the judge's jurisdiction.

"We're still waiting to hear from the governor’s office. We're still waiting on authority from them," Hare said. "We follow the governor’s directive."

Dean Williams, left, and Jackie Royal, right, both of Beaver County United, listen to Court Administrator Bill Hare, who explained the court is waiting for guidance from Harrisburg regarding evictions during the pandemic. [Lucy Schaly/For BCT]

The moratorium remains in effect until midnight, and it remains unclear if Wolf will extend the moratorium.

In a statement to the Associated Press, Wolf's office said, “After a thorough legal review, we have determined that the governor cannot extend the executive order to reach additional Pennsylvanians who are not benefiting from the federal extensions and a legislative fix is necessary in order to protect homeowners and renters from eviction."

People rallied around the state Monday, petitioning for the moratorium's extension.

In Beaver County, representatives from local chapters of the Sierra Club and the Clean Air Council attended Monday's rally, as well as Rochester Mayor Keith Jackson, Republican state House of Representatives candidate Rico Elmore, Robert Mizenko, Republican committee person for Monaca's second ward, and others.

"This is not a partisan issue," Mizenko said. "This affects us all. Republican or Democrat, it doesn't matter."

Elmore agreed, calling housing a human issue, not a political one.

"If we allow landlords to force people from their homes in the middle of a pandemic, we put entire communities at greater risk. Let’s be clear about this: housing is healthcare. To halt the spread of this virus, people must be able to remain in their homes,” says Dean Williams of Beaver County United. [Lucy Schaly/For BCT]

"A 'safer at home' or 'stay at home' order won’t do any good if people don’t

have a home to go to. With all the other concerns we are faced with ... the last thing we need to worry about is where we and our children will lay our heads at night. A home is more than just a 'shelter,' a home is a basic necessity of life," said Elmore. "Homes give us something to take pride in. They provide us with a sense of normalcy and stability which is crucial in these uncertain times."

Housing is healthcare, Williams said. 

"To halt the spread of this virus, people must be able to remain in their home," he said. "We need to find a way that we can just give people a little bit of grace, a little bit more grace, until things get better."

Wearing a face shield, Nakeisha Gilliam of Ambridge participates in a small rally Monday in front of the Beaver County Courthouse. The group is asking the local court to extend Gov. Tom Wolf's moratorium on evictions, which ended Monday, to help those struggling with rent payments due to job losses during the COVID-19 pandemic and its expected fall resurgence. [Lucy Schaly/For BCT]

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