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Council Minutes December 15, 1982

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
DECEMBER 15, 1982
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Bartlett
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Schnaidt
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Avery moved to excuse absentee members Davison and Harriott. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARINGS
A public hearing was held on the following legislation:
Ordinance No. 34-82, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate Funds For Storm Sewers In The Revenue Sharing Fund".
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 34-82. Public hearing
closed at 7: 34 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
Ordinance No. 38-82, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 Providing For
Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1982 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses".
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 38-82. Public hearing closed at 7:36 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
Ordinance No. 39-82, "An Ordinance To Establish The Manager' s Salary For 1983".
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 39- closed 82. Public hearing at 7: 38 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
Ordinance No. 40-82, "An Ordinance To Make Appropriations For Current Expenses
And Other Expenditures Of The Village Of Granville, State Of Ohio, During The Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1983.".
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 40-82. Public hearing
closed at 7:40 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
I MINUTES
December 1, 1982 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Miller moved to
capaprrroievde. the minutes as printed. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion
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Ill MINUTES CONTINUED
December 8, 1982 -Council Worksession -Councilmember the Avery moved to approve the minutes. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Molly Amspaugh, Newark Advocate
Rick Bline, Sentinel
There were no comments made at this time.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of November was presented and reviewed. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of November was presented. During review Manager Plunkett added to the report that the Water Plant is consistently pumping 400,000 gallons less a day since eliminating the leaks found by the Leak Locaters this past June, and that this calculates a total cost savings for a year on an annualized basis somewhere between 1$25,0001-5$0,000, in electricity, chemicals, etc..Since the cost to bring the Leak Locaters in was only $4,500, this has been the most singularly cost effective thing we' ve done this year.
Following a brief discussion, Councilmember Miller moved to approve the Manager' s MReoptioonrt for the month of November. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. carried.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Recreation Commission -Councilmember Bartlett commented that the Recreation Commission gave a going away party for Betty Gibbons at the Granville Inn.
On another matter, Ms. Bartlett said that the Recreation Commission' s Sub- Committee, P" arks &Gardens"w,ere interested in getting involved with the mpaartktefror the Opera House lot, and wanted to known how they should approach the with the Improvement Board.
Following a brief discussion, it was suggested that either she or the Sub- Committee call Mr. Chambers and see when the Improvement Board meets and attend that meeting. They could then add their input at that time.
Ms.Bartlett also reported that the combined effort of publishing a brochure for Denison students, which will be financed by Denison and the Village is at the
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the printers. She said the total cost would not be more than $300 for each.
IMayor Ga-llant reported: that he met with Manager Plunkett and Chief Sorrell to discuss some guidelines that might be used for enforcing the present ordinances on disturbing the peace. During that meeting it was agreed that the Village
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should not be obligated to issue warnings after 12: 00 midnight, and if there was a disturbance and the officer after using his judgement decided it legitimate complaint, was a then to go ahead and issue a citation. Continuing, Mr. Gallant said a preliminary set of questions were compiled for the officer to ask when determining whether or not a complaint was legitimate prior to midnight. Mr. Gallant also suggested that Chief Sorrell might meet with Artie Miller
and members of the Off-Campus Sub-Committee and perhaps work out a written understanding in preparation for next year.
Building Code Inspection Agreement
Robert N. Drake, Village Law Director, reported that he has been working with Newark' s Law Director, William Slocum, on an agreement for Newark' s Building
Code Department to do the Village' s building inspections. He said the agree- ment must be submitted to the State by January 8, 1983.
At this time, Manager Plunkett mentioned that an Ordinance must accompany the agreement, and because of time restrictions, must be passed as an Emergency Ordinance. He asked for Council' s approval to advertise a public hearing for January Sth, prior to introduction, so that both the Ordinance and agreement could receive public input, before passage. Council was in agreement that Manager Plunkett go ahead and advertise the public hearing.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 34-82, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 258-1 And Appropriate Funds For Storm Sewers In The Revenue Sharing Fund"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Roll call vote: Schnaidty-es, Averyy-es, Millery-es, Bartletty-es, Gallanty-es, Davisona-bsent, Harriotta-bsent. Five yes votes, two members absent. Ordinance No. 348-2 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 38-82, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 258-1 Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1982 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Bartletty-es, Schnaidty-es, Averyy-es, Millery-es, Gallanty-es, Harriotta-bsent, Davisona- bsent. Five yes votes, two members absent. Ordinance No. 38-82 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 398- 2, A"n Ordinance To Establish The Manager' s Salary For 1983", was moved for adoption by Councilmember Miller, Motion seconded by Council- member Avery. Roll call vote: Millery-es, Averyy-es, Schnaidty-es, Bartletty-es, OGradilnlaannctey-es, Davisona- bsent, Harriott-absent. Five yes votes, two members absent. No. 39-82 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 408- 2, A"n Ordinance To Make Appropriations For Current Expenses And Other Expenditures Of The Village Of Granville, State Of Ohio, During The Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1983"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Avery. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Averyy-es, Millery-es, Bartletty-es, Schnaidty-es, Gallanty-es, Harriotta-bsent, Davison- absent. Five yes votes, two members absent. Ordinance No. 40-82 duly adopted. ,
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Additional Comments
Robert N. Drake, Village Law final Director, reported that Judge Laughlin filed his entry on the Vaughn Appeal yesterday.
Mr. Drake was asked whether Judge Laughlin dealt with the Village' s Zoning Ordinance in his final entry as to the code being unconstitutional. Mr. Drake said that he did not. Commenting further, Mr. Drake said that it will be a slotittuetaiosniear l.to rewrite the Village' s Zoning Code if it is not judged uncon-
Mr. Drake said he was working on a draft ordinance to deal with the sale of firearms, to include a waiting period before purchasing a gun as Council had asked. He said the two samples he has are from Columbus and Dayton and hopes that Chief Sorrell can obtain some additional sample ordinances from smaller municipalities that have dealt with this type of situation.
Mr. Drake also mentioned that the Village is a party to three law suits dealing with the Pearl Street Sewer Project during the time Philip L. Skinner, Inc.w,as the Village' s contractor for the project. He said one of the suits is in Franklin County and two others in Licking County.
On other legal matters, Manager Plunkett mentioned that Governor Rhodes signed into law today the new Drunk Driving Bill for Ohio, and perhaps we should con- lsinideerwuitphdating the Village' s Code of Ordinance with regard to DWI, and more in the bill.
NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 82-39, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Request Proposals bFyorCTohuencPilmurecmhabseer Of A Computer System"w,as introduced and read in its entirety Schnaidt.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-39. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. A brief discussion was conducted. Mayor Gallant questioned the expansion of 1,000 accounts to 5,000 accounts. Manager Plunkett responded and said that the system must be adequate for today' s needs and expandable for the future needs of the Village. Following a lengthy dis- cussion, motion for passage of Resolution No. 82-39 carried.
Resolution No. 82-40, A" Resolution To Establish Pay Classification And Salary Rates For The Several Departments Of The Village Of Granville And To Repeal MReilsloelru.tion No. 79-10"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember
Councilmember Miller moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-40. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. During discussion, Councilmember Bartlett asked why administrative only worked a 35 hour week while all the rest were 40 hour? Manager Plunkett responded and said that the administrative salary personnel have worked 9: 00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with an hour off for lunch, for which they do not get paid, and that this has been in practice for many years. Ms. Bartlett commented that she felt they should all be 40 hours and moved to amend Resolution fNoor. a82la4-c0kanodf change the Administrative hours to 40 hours a week. Motion failed a second.
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Motion for passage of Resolution No. 82-40 as introduced, and member moved by Council- Miller, seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried with four ayes, one nay, and two members absent.
Resolution No. 82-41, A" Resolution To Amend Resolution No. 82-38"w,as intro- duced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Avery.
Councilmember Avery moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-41. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. A brief discussion on the amendment followed. The motion carried with four ayes, one abstain, and two members absent.
Additional Comments
Robert N. Drake mentioned that he has been compiling information on how other municipalities handle group homes in their Zoning Ordinance with the help of Samuel Thios, and plans to go over these this weekend with Mr. Thios.
Clyde E. Williams Associates 6(0$,040 bill)
Council at this time conducted a lengthy discussion on a bill submitted by fCrolymde1E9.71W- illiams Associates, Ltd.,for $60,040.00, forengineering services 1973.
A motion to offer a check for $15,040.00 to Clyde E. Williams Associates for Apavyemrye.nt in full, was made by Councilmember Schnaidt, seconded by Councilmember Motion carried.
Manager Plunkett was directed to prepare an Ordinance to appropriate the 15,040.000, for the payment to Clyde E. Williams Associates, Ltd..
mMeomtiboenr Mtoilaledrjo.urn was made by Councilmember Bartlett and seconded by Council- Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9: 38 p.m..
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Disorderly Conduct
Total Violations
Balance of Bond Monies dINR from previous month Collected for present month Ant paid to State (RRF &GRF)
Alnt paid in refunds or overpayments fint paid to General Fund brrance bond monies remaining in account
53
40.00
2814.00
559.00
9. 00
2251.00
35. 00
3
59
40.00
2901.00
520.00
115. 00
2266. 00
40.00
37
0-
1513.00
99.00
300.00
1114.00
0-
MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
Novemher 1 982 October 1982 Novemher 1981
2cing Tickets Issued: 47 56 31
ations: 50 Complaints: 3
1 3 1
Stop Signal 4 4
Speed
27 28 17
Improper Turn 4 1
Juvenile Court 2 1 2
i Driving Under Influence of Alcahol 3 2
Feckless Operation of Motor Vehicle
i
Expired Plates 2 6 3
Fail.ure to exercise vigilance while backing 1 2 1
Failure to ston far school bus 1
Restri cti on Vi 01 a.ti on on M/ C 2 1
jd
Clear Distance 1 1
C Endorsement 2 1
Onen Container 2
Prohibited right turn on red 1 1
Pettv Theft
2 1
Criminal Trednass 1
En_uealing Tires
1
Failure To disolav tailligint 2
No Protective Eve Device on MC/ 1
Defective Exhaust 1
November 1982 October 1982 November 1981
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minal Mischief 2
Failure to yield 3
Failure to give complete &Full Attention 1
Vehicle left unattended with motor running 1
Disturbing Peace 1
ill WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Pumped
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
New Meters Installed
Meters Replaced
Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired
Water Taps
Telephone Calls
Radio Calls
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
Npypmhpr.198?
29.991. 000
1. 147.000
0
0
8
0
19
1
0
369
1, 473
October 1982
30,495,000
983,000
416
1. 696
All telephone and radio calls were Police Department related.
November 1981
44,761, 000
1, 492,000
Nov. 2, 1982 -Tsiedreminated the service of an old hydrant located on the East of South Pearl Street.
Nov. 8, 1982 -Replaced and Painted Surface Wash Piping #2 Filter.
Nov. 17, 1982 -Repaired 4" main break on Thornewood Drive.
1, 573
MANAGER' S REPORT
0 0
0 0
2 3
7 0
18 12
0 0
0 0
306
Page II
Manager' s Report
WASTE WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Treated
Daily Average (Gallons)
Sludge Beds Filled
Sludge Beds Cleaned
Lines Rodded
Monthly Rain Fall
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
November 1982
18.500.000
616.000
1
1, 000 ft.
2. 3 in.
October 1982
18,250,000
589,000
0
0
500 ft:
1. 8 in.
November 1981
17,250,000
575,000
4,000 ft.
1. 75 in.
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SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance
Streets Swept (Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
Inlets Repaired &Adjusted
Grass Mowed (Acres)
Brush &Clippings (Loads) Leaf Pickup (Loads)
Snow Removal
Salt Water (Gallons)
Backhoe Worked (Days)
Water Plant (Supplement)
Waste Water Plant (Supplement)
Other Projects (Hours)
Welfare (Hours)
Call Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
Special Interest Items
November 1982 October 1982
Amount Manhours Amount Manhours
10
2
1 Condo Hnit
3
0
1
0
62
84
42
210
6
2
0
36
94
0
2. 5
504
0
0
15
November 1981
Amount Manhours
4
8
12
3
134
4
0
12
64
4
4. 000
5
0 68
0 128
0 210
0 184
5 48
80
10
16
47
24
268
34
0
72
482
32
48
40
0
1
0
0
0
0
Paae IV
Manager' s Report
POLICE DEPARTMENT
Motor Assists
Citations
Parking Tickets
Accidents
1) Non-Injury
2) With Injuries
Cars Impounded
1) Violations
2) Abandoned
3) Other
Cars Checked
Homes Checked
Bicycles Stolen
1) Secured
2) Unsecured
Bicycle Accidents
1) Non-Injury
2) With Injuries
Complaints
1) Prowlers
2) Doqs
3) Vehicles
4) Other
Attempted/B&E
Thefts
False Bank Alarms
Missing Persons
1) Actual
2) Unsupported
Village Fires
1) Non-Injury
2) With Iniuries
Emergency Run Assists 1) Village
2) TownshiD
Sheriff' s Dent. Assists
Ohio Hwy. Patrol Assists
Unsecured Buildings
Vehicle Miles 82
1) 111- -82 through-.114308=2.
1
2
17
25
11
47
5
November 1982 October 1982 November 1981
9
7
5
0
18
«1,105
2,941
25
13) 321
2
3
6
62
29
53
56
7
35
13) 413
2
3 rcover}
5
4O
47,323
37
12) 322
recovered)
2
10
80
Plymouth 973
21 31
50 35
31
5
0 0 0
6 6 4
U 0
0
0 0 0
0 0
1 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
6
3
8
30
2
8 10
4
0 1 0
0 0 0
2 1 5
0 0 0
9 7
12 9
3 9
1 2
MEMO
Village Manager
FROM: Chief of Police
DATE: December 10, 1982
SUBJECT: November's Monthly Summary
The police department has responded to 54 complaint calls. There
were 8 thefts. One bike and it Denison. One theft was found. One theft of jewelry from of a porch swing. One theft of $250. 00 cash. One license plate was stolen. One theft of a flute. One theft of a scale. Cne theft of a light set and a christmas wreath.
All other calls were routine such as loud parties, vehicle complaints, dog complaints and prowlers.
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Frank Sorrell
Chief of Police
FUND BALANCE 103/18/ DISBURSEMENTS
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
WASTE WATER
WW CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
LITTER CONTROL &RECYCLING
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
277,255.85
7, 330. 30
1,179.83
59,493.13
18,804.30
31, 777. 23
291,245.59
36, 533. 00
66, 960.00
13,474. 20
0-
111, 000.00
915,053.43
Certificates of Deposit
General Fund
Water
Water Capital Improvement
Waste Water
W W Capital Improvement
Equipment Reserve
9/30/82
210,000
30,000
0
40,000
100,000
66,960
L $446, 960
2 TS
50, 284.33
1,268. 64
102.86
39,520. 86
0-
20,517.30
0-
0-
0-
6, 487. 11
0-
118, 181.10
53,144.75
1, 358.66
202.38
52,434.09
0-
8,547.97
7,589. 57
11,653.71
0-
10,678.99
0-
3,000.00
148,610.12
BALANCE
274,395.43
7,240.28
1,080.31
46, 579.90
18,804.30
43,746.56
283,656.02
24,879.29
66, 960.00
9,282. 32
0-
108,000.00
884,624.41
Certificates of Deposit 10/ 31/ 82
General Fund
Water
Water Capital Improvement
Waste Water
W W Capital Improvement
Equipment Reserve
210,000
30,000
0
40,000
100,000
66,960
L $446,960 TOTA TOTA
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Council Minutes December 1, 1982

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
DECEMBER 1, 1982
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Bartlett
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Avery moved by Councilmember to excuse absentee member Harriott. Motion seconded Bartlett. Motion carried.
MINUTES
November 17, 1982 -Regular Council Meeting -Following a brief discussion, the minutes were approved as corrected following a motion made by Councilmember Bartlett and seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Robert Booth Jean Barnes, Sentinel
Robert Booth, 2086 Hankinson Road, appeared this evening to ask if the pro- posed redefinition of "family" described in Ordinance No. 37-82 would change the present Conditional Uses, in the Village' s Zoning Ordinance.
MthaeyoCr oGnadliltaionntarlesponded and said that as it is presently proposed, some of Uses would remain the same. It would not effect any present housing or housing in which students might presently be located. Mr. Gallant explained how "family" would be redefined.
With no further comments or questions raised, Mayor Gallant read a letter from William Chambers, Chairman of the Granville Improvement Board. Theletter thanks the Granville Foundation for their contribution of $400 to the Improve- ment Board. A copy of that letter is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Manager Plunkett was directed to write a letter to the Granville Foundation Gonrabnevhilalelf oImfpVroivlleamgeentCouncil thanking them for their contribution to the Board.
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COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -Councilmember Avery reported on the November 18, 1982
Development Commission Meeting. At that meeting, the Commission reviewed and
took action on three applications; and, referred one other to the Granville
Board of Zoning and Building Appeals.
One request, for a Home Occupation, submitted by Mr. &Mrs. Wayne A. Young, to sell knitting machines at their home was approved.
Another submitted by the Pilgrim Lutheran Church for an Optional Zoning
Certificate, to be submitted in a two phase schedule, received approval for
Phase I. The Church has four struct years to submit Phase II of their plan to con- a new structure.
The Commission also approved a Sign Permit for the Granville Sport Shoppe at its new location on North Prospect Street.
Granville Improvement Board -Vice Mayor Davison reported on the recent meet- ing of the Board held November 30th. At that meeting 14 presentations were sub- mitted by the students of the Ohio State' s Graduate School of Landscape
Architecture. Mr. Davison commented that the presentations were all professional,
showing that a lot of research was done to assess the character of the community. Mr. Davison said he hoped that Council would in some way recognize the outstanding effort shown in the plans submitted by the students.
Following a brief discussion, Manager Plunkett was directed to write a letter of appreciation to the professors on behalf of the students who worked on this project.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 37-82, An Ordinance To Amend Article 4 Of Ordinance No. 16-76 Of The Village Of Granville By Amending The Definition Of "Family".
Mr. Gallant commented that he has done some additional thinking on the definition of "family"a,nd after discussing this with the Village Law Director, Rob Drake, has come up with another possible definition or realignment of terms. Mr. Gallant handed out to members of Council a copy of another possible definition for their review.
A lengthy review and discussion followed on the proposed new definition draft
as a possible alternative to the one proposed in Ordinance No. 37-82, which received a public hearing at the regular meeting of November 17th. Various zoning definitions were also discussed.
During discussion, Councilmember Schnaidt questioned whether student
residences would come under rooming house, and if so, would the ones already in existence come under Rooming House, thereby subject to State &Fire Safety Code inspection?
Rob Drake, Village Law Director responded to Mr. Scheaidt' s question. He said the student residences would come under rooming house but he has not seen the State Fire &Safety Code and did not know what types of buildings would be subject to inspection.
Mr. Drake commented that part of what the language he and Mr. Gallant dis- cussed involved dealing with the defintion of Rooming House as well as Family, wtooucldlafraiflyl each so there would be no question as to where a particular use under.
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Further deliberation followed, then Council returned to Ordinance No. 37-82. A motion to table Ordinance No. 37-82 indefinitely was made by and seconded Vice Mayor Davison by Councilmember Miller. Following a brief discussion, the motion was withdrawn.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Ordinance No. 378-2. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Davisonn- o, Miller-no, Schnaidtn- o, Averyn- o, Bartlett-no, Gallantn-o, Harriotta-bsent. Six no votes, one absent. Ordinance No. 37-82 failed to pass.
It was the consensus of members in attendance to continue with new language for the various zoning definitions discussed this evening. Mr. Drake was asked to research the matter before Council acts on. the various changes and Mr. Schnaidt was asked to check on homes that have House Parents to see if there is a kind of contractual arrangement, which might have a name to it.
A brief discussion was conducted on disturbance of the peace procedures.
Manager Plunkett gave an update report on the Pearl Sewer Sewer ProjectC/ lean- up progress. He said the bike path paving is completed, and the rest of the clean-up and seeding work will be completed as soon as weather permits.
It was the consensus of Council to move item C, under Old Business on this evenings agenda to the last item under New Busines, because.of potential litigation on zoning matters.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 388- 2, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 258-1 Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1982 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Bartlett. A public hearing for this ordinance was scheduled for December 15, 1982, at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 398- 2, A"n Ordinance To Establish The Manager' s Salary For 1983", whaesariinngtroduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller. A public P.m.. for Ordinance No. 39-82 was scheduled for December 15, 1982, at 7: 30
Ordinance No. 40-82, A"n Ordinance To Make Appropriations For Current Expenses And Other Expenditures Of The Village Of Granville, State Of Ohio, During The Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1983"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison. A public hearing for Ordinance No. 408-2 was scheduled for December 15, 1982, at 7:30 p.m..
Resolution No. 82-38, A" Resolution Establishing The Cost Of Living Adjustment For 1983", was introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of Resolution No. 823-8. Motion pseacsosnedde.d by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried. Resolution No. 823-8 duly
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D-5 Liquor License Application
Notice was received from the Ohio Department of Liquor Control that Wm. M.
Wright, owner of the Granville Golf Course, has applied Permit for a D-5 Liquor for the Clubhouse. The, application requests that Village Council
return the notice with one of the following actions: Objects To This Application And Requests A Hearing; Does Not Object; Objects To This
Application But Does Not Request A Hearing.
During a brief discussion, it was mentioned that the issue as to whether
the portion of Tand recently annexed into the Village, and in which the
Granville Golf Course Clubhouse is located, received a return of 82%in favor of being wet in the November 2, 1982 election. Council did not feel there would be any reason to object to the application.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved that the Village Clerk be directed to
answer the Ohio Department of Liquor Control' s notice as follows: that the Village Council "Does Not Object" to the application of Wm M.Wright for a D-5 Liquor License Permit. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried.
Potential Litigation -Zoning Issues
A motion to go into executive session was made by Councilmember Miller to discuss zoning issues that could result in litigation. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
Following discussion, a motion to return to regular session was made by Councilmember Bartlett and seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved that Village Council not appeal the Vaughn decision. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
Meeting Announcements
December 8, 1982 -8: 15 p.m.. C -ouncil Worksession -Capital Improvement Plans.
CCoouunncciillmmeemmbbeerr Miller moved to adjourn the meeting. Motion seconded by Schnaidt. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9:27 p.m..
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Council Minutes November 17, 1982

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
NOVEMBER 17, 1982
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 8: 00 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Bartlett
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Schnaidt
Vice Mayor -Davison
Mayor Gallant
Manager Plunkett
Councilmember Miller moved to excuse absentee member Harriott and Law Director
Drake. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held on the following legislation:
Ordinance No. 34-82 -An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate
Funds For Storm Sewers In The Revenue Sharing Fund.
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 34-82. Public hearing
closed at 8: 06 p.m.. To comply with regulations regarding Revenue Sharing
Funds, a second Public Hearing will be held on December 15, 1982, at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 37-82 -An Ordinance To Amend Article 4 Of Ordinance No. 16-76
Of The Village Of Granville By Amending The Definition Of "Family".
Council Chambers was filled to capacity in response to Ordinance No. 37-82. Many spoke out in opposition to the proposed definition that of "family"c,iting it was discriminatory against certain groups of individuals and that it would not deal with the real problem: such as disturbing the peace; property abuse, and; the the parking problem in Granville.
Those who spoke to issues regarding the ordinance are as follows: 7
Joan Novak Les Hicks, Denison Hal Dunham Lenard Jordon
Todd Truex Artie Miller, Denison Betty Grudin Doug Donley
Lex Smith Samuel J Thios Harry Nix Phil Shipley
Jeanie Holt CO.C./
Mr. Samuel Thios, 461 Stublyn Road, read a letter he sent to members of
Council regarding the proposed definition of family. A copy of that letter is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Mr. Artie Miller, Denison (Student Life),submitted a proposal from the Off- Campus Housing SubC- ommittee of the University Residence Council. A copy of that proposal is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Public hearing closed at 9: 12 p.m.w, ith action on Ordinance No. 378-2 held for Old Business.
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MINUTES
November 3, 1982 -Regular Council Meeting -Vice Mayor Davison the minutes moved that member Milleor.f November 3, 1982 be approved. Motion seconded by Council- Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Anne Aubourg
Charles Dean
Libbie Smith
Ruth K. Green
Helen Schnaidt
Lenard Jordon
Gordon Condit
Ray Titley
Molly Amspaugh, Advocate
Rick Bline, Sentinel
Betty Grudin
Harry Nix
Marci McCaulay
Doug Donley
Todd Truex
Bobbie Piver
Laura Gray
Heather Titley
David Anthony Reau, Licking Countian
Charles Dean, Superintendent of the Licking County Water and Wastewater Depart- ment, and County Commissioner Phil Shipley appeared this evening to discuss with members Granville South and the County' s plans to meet again with the Ohio EPA in hopes of obtaining a construction grant for the Granville South segment. Mr. Dean asked if the Village of Granville was still interested in serving the Granville South area.
Response to Mr. Dean and to Mr. Shipley was that the Village has received no indication from the Ohio EPA that Granville' s Wastewater Treatment design be Sscoaultehd. down, and that Granville was still interested in serving Granville
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of October was presented and reviewed. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of October was presented. Following review and discussion, a motion to approve the Manager' s Report for the month of MOcottoiobner was made by Councilmember Avery and seconded by Councilmember Miller. carried
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Granville Improvement Board -Vice Mayor Davison reported that the students of the Ohio State University' s Graduate School of Landscape Architecture have submitted 80 ideas for the development of the Village' s green space area Opera House lot).Ten plans will be selected out of the 80 submitted and will be presented at a meeting November 30, 1982, at 7:30 p.m.i,n Village Council Chambers. Mr. Davison conveyed the Improvement Board' s invitation
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to attend the meeting.
Councilmember Bartlett mentioned that the Denison brochure was coming along.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 37-82, "An Ordinance To Amend Article 4 Of Ordinance No. 16-76
Of The Village Of Granville By Amending The Definition Of "Family", was
moved for adoption by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor
Davison. Following a brief discussion, the motion is lost.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved to table Ordinance No. 37-82 until the Regular
Meeting of December 1, 1982. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion
carried.
NEW BUSINESS
Acknowledge Receipt Of The Proposed 1983 Municipal Budget
Councilmember Miller moved that Council acknowledge receipt of the proposed
1983 Municipal Budget. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion
carried.
Resolution No. 82-36, A Resolution To Establish The Time And Place Of A
Public Hearing For The 1983 Municipal Budget"w,as introduced and read in
its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-36. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. Resolution No. 82-36 duly passed.
Councilmember Avery moved that Council Authorize The Mayor To Appoint An Ad
Hoc Sub-Committee Of The Village Council To Study And Plan For The Growth Of
The Granville Community, And To Report Its Findings And Recommendations To
The Council. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried.
Mayor Gallant appointed Samuel Schnaidt (Chairman), Al Davison, and Chris
Avery, as official. members and Mayor Gallant and Manager Plunkett ex-officio members.
The clerk was instructed to put the foregoing motion into resolution form and assign the resolution a number. (Please see Resolution No. 82-37).
Meeting Announcements -None
Meeting adjourned at 9:45 p.m..
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PROPOSAL FROM THE OFF- CAMPUS HOUSING SUB- COMMITTEE OF THE
UNIVERSITY RESIDENCE COUNCIL
If any student living off-campus violates any three
Granville ordinances [decided upon by the Village
Council and approved by the University Residence
Council] she/he will subsequently lose their offcampus
privilege in the Village of Granville and
must either move out of the village or into available
university housing at their own expense.
E f fective December 1, 198-2 pending approval o f the
University Residence Council
This proposal is an addition to the university' s regulations
for students in off-campus housing.
AM/jn
11/82
November 15, 1982
Dr. Tom Gallant, Mayor
103 Shepardson Ct.
Granville, Ohio 43023
Dear Tom:
I am writing to ask you to reject Proposed Ordinance No. 37-82. I have two major objections with this proposed definition of "family:"
First, the definition is highly discriminatory against certain individuals. Almost groups of the exact wording used to define "family" in Ordinance
No. 378-2 has been used by a number of municipa)ities, villages, etc. precisely to exclude persons with developmental disabilities such as mental retardation from living in their communities. For example, Ordinance 378-2 would rule out of consideration two mildly mentally retarded adults from either sharing a residence together themselves or with another adult or couple who might provide the minimal assistance these two persons might need in order to live successfully in our communitwyo-r-k-ing, paying taxes, and otherwise contributing to the common good of our village.
Perhaps this is not the place to provide an explanation and rationale for the twin goals of normalization and deinstitutionalization. Let me say simply that these goals indicate that mentally retarded adults and children
should, to the greatest extent feasible, live in natural community settings. This provides these individuals the maximum possible degree of personal freedom along with the minimum segregation from other members of society. I should add that these goals are strongly advocated by our Ohio State Depantment of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, by the Association for Retarded Citizens of the United States, the Associa- tion for Retarded Citizens of Ohio, and the Association for RetardedCiti- zens of Licking County.
In addition to excuding mentally disabled adults, Ordinance No. 378- 2, in similar fashion, would exclude a physically disabled adult who required a live-in attendant to assist in dressing, cooking, etc. Apparently, an elderly adult who required a live-in nurse also would be excluded. Or two aolrsothrweoeuldelderly (or no so elderly) adults who wished to share expenses be excluded. And the list goes on...
I do not feel that when Ordinance No. 378-2 was introduced, there was any intention, deliberate or otherwise, to discriminate against any of the above mentioned groups of individuals. However, if approved, there will be a devastating impact on the rights of these persons to live in culturally normative living environments. Because one happens to need some live-in
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assistance ( age, mental when a "family member"may not be avaible) due to sickness, live in or physical disability, etc.o,ne should not be forced to a nursing home, institution, approved zoning area, etc.
A second reason I urge you not to pass Ordinance No. 37-82 is that it does not deal with the real problem. The problem is not Denison students living off campus in single-family residences in Granville. Certainly, there have been in in the past and are currently many Dension students living in Granville who are model citizens and who thoroughly enjoy the opportunity to meet and have local townspeople as neighbors. The real problem comes from that group of students who abuse this opportunity via "noisy parties, loud stereos, and parking problems."This is the problem which needs to be addressed directly regardless if it derives from six students living next door or from an irresponsible adult married couple with four w"i ld, loud, party-throwing teenagers. " Proposed Ordinance 37-82 deals only with the first case, not at all with the second equally annoying case. Stricter enforcement of current laws regarding excessive noise, illegal parking, etc. (or enactment or new legislation appropriately wdeitshignbeodthtoofdtehael wabiothvethaennaocytinugal problems) would help deal more effectively situations.
Thus, because Ordinance 378-2 does not directly address the issue at hand, and further, because of the discriminatory effect of such an exclusionary zoning ordinance, I strongly urge you to reject the proposed ordinance and stheeisk mproorbeleamp.propriate and less discriminative alternatives to dealing with
Sincerely,
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Samuel J. Thios
461 Stublyn Road
Granville
CC: Rob Drake
Doug Plunkett
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FAMILY: One person living alone, two persons living together, or more than
two persons related by blood, marriage, guardianship, adoption, fosterparent
contrqct, or formal partnership contract, living together in one
dwelling unit as a single housekeeping unit and exclusive of employed household
servants or aides; distinguished from a number of individuals occupying
a boarding house, lodging house, motel, hotel, fraternity or sorority house,
or a group of individuals occupying a multi- person residence principally for
sleeping purposes ando/r kitchen privileges.
three or more
DWELLING, MULTPI-ERSON RESIDENCE: A dwelling unit occupied by a group of/
individuals, not related by blood, marriage, guardianship, adoption, fosterparent
contract, or formal partnership contract, principally for sleeping
purposes and/ or kitchen privileges.
add as conditional use to VRD, VBD, and SRDC-)
MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
Total Violations
Balance of Bond Monies from previous month
T 1 Collected for present month nt
paid to General Fund
nt paid to. State (RRF &GRF)
nt paid in refunds or overpayments
Ba ance bond monies remaining in account
October 1982
59
40.00
2901.00
520.00
115· 00
2266. 00
40. 00
1
54
468.00
2120.00
455· 00
485. 00
1608.00
40. 00
34
0-
2011.00
105·00
0-
1906. 00
0-
Septenter 1982 October 1981
Raking Tickets Issued: 56 42 36
tions: 53 Complaints: 6
Sign 3 2 1
Stop Signal 4 3
Speed 28 27 8
Improper Turn 1 1 1
Juvenile Court 1 3 3
i Driving Under· Influence of Alcohol 3
Reckless Operation of Motor Vehicle
Expired Plates 6 2 2
Prohibited Rt. Turn on Red 1 1 2
Failure to exercise vigilance while backing 2
No MC/endorsement 1 2 2
A. d Clear Distance 1 1
ling Tires 1 1
Failure to Display Taillight 2
No Protective Eye Device while riding MC/ 1 2 1
Violation Restriction on Permit 1 1
Defective Exhaust 1
Disorderly Conduct 3
Criminal Damaging 1
Criminal Mischief 2
Driving Under Suspension 1 1
iPermitting Persons to ride om outside of moving vehicle 1
Page 2 of 2
October 1982 September 1982 October 1981
to Yield Right of Way 1 1
at Large 2
Criminal Trespass 3
Riding or hanging or outside of moving vehicle 1
Fleeing an Officer
1
Improper Passing 1
Petty Theft
1
Resisting Arrest 1
Disturbing the Peace p
h
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Pumped
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
New Meters Installed
Meters Replaced
Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired
Water Taps
Telephone Calls
Radio Calls
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
October 1982
30,495,000
983;nnn
0
0
2
7
18
0
0
1,696
416
September 1982
30.259.000
1.008.000
0
1,621
27
3
0
432
0
11
1
October 1981
41, 637, nOn
1, 141,nno
0
0
1
0
8
n
0
360
1.556
October October 18 through October 23 -Replaced and Painted Surface Wash Piping, 1#Filter 30 Village Council toured Water Plant.
MANAGER' S R E P 0 R T
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Manager' s Report
Page II
WASTE WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Treated
Daily Average (Gallons)
Sludge Beds Filled
Sludge Beds Cleaned
Lines Rodded
Monthly Rain Fall
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
Qctgber 1982 = September. .1982 , Octpber 1981 . .
18,250,000
589,000
500 Ft.
1. 8 In.
19.350,000
645,000
0 Ft.
3. 1 In.
16.500.000
532,000
1
1,500 Ft.
2. 0 In.
0 4 1
0 1
Manag@r' s Report
Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
October 1982
Amount Manhours
New Signs 10 Signs Replaced Temp.
Street Maintenance 0
Streets Swept (Hours) Inlets Cleaned 0 24
Inlets Repaired &Adjusted 3 Grass Mowed (Acres) 0 Brush &Clippings (Loads) 4 Leaf Pickup (Loads) 73 Snow Removal 0 Salt Water (Gallons) 0 Backhoe Worked (Days) 4
Water Plant (Supplement)
Waste Water Plant (Supplement)
Other Projects (Hours)
Welfare (Hours)
Call Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
Special Interest Items
0
36
94
12
0
2. 5
504
0
0
15
1-Condo(4-unit)
3
0
1
September 1982
Amount Manhours
0 68
5 10
29
00
October 1982
Amount Manhours
6 12 4
0
38 2
0 0
0
0 84 0 82 0 81
0 42 0 224 0 192
0 0 2 4 2
0 80 0 80 0 80
0 1
3 3
n n
n n
0 1 1
916UK/ e 1x©-'4
1. D- 114612/7N-Prs
1' FILASE 11 li,9 - 00
2. CAH Btf A1- sTN.e, STAT ,0 45 - 91 0-1 AU P-60 A - S
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Manager' s Report
POLICE DEPARTMENT
Motor Assists
Citations
Parking Tickets
Accidents
1) Non-Injury
2) With In,juries
Cars Imnounded
1) Violations
2) Abandoned
3) Other
Cars Checked
Homes Checked
Bicycles Stolen
1) Secured
2) Unsecured
Bicycle Accidents
1) Non-Injury
2) With Injuries
Complaints
1) Prowlers
2) Doqs
3) Vehicles
4) Other
Attempted/B&E
Thefts
False Bank Alarms
Missing Persons
1) Actual
2) Unsupported
Village Fires
1) Non-Injury
2) With Injuries
Emergency Run Assists
1) Village
2) TownshiD
Sheriff' s Dent. Assists
Ohio Hwy. Patrol Assists
Unsecured Buildings
Vehicle Miles 82
1) 10/1/82 through 10/ 31/ 82Dodge
Oct. 1982
13)413
2
3
6
62
2
3-recovered) 7
9
12
3
40
18,065 3,622
6
n
0
35
Sept. 1982
22
13)394
46,259
2
2
12
36
4
9
2
n
0
39
Oct. 1981
80
Ply.
14)258
8
16
2
4
1
R
39
2
11
6
0
0.
13
703
29 21
53 49 30
56 42 36
7 7 11
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
5 6 1
1 0 0
0 0 0
1 2 4
0 0 0
14
6
3
1 3 4
39 17
FUA
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
WASTE WATER
WW CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
LITTER CONTROL &RECYCLING
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
Certificates of Deposit
General Fund
Water
BALANCE 9/30/ 82
279,300.07
4,619.81
1,060.90
54,876.43
18,804.30
48,483.06
271, 245.59
30,256.91
66,960.00
13,474.20
0-
111,000.00
900,081.27
Water Capital Improvement
Waste Water
W W Capital Improvement
Equipment Reserve
TOTAL
9/ 30/ 82
210,000
30,000
0
40,000
100,000
66,960
446,960
PTS
27,815.36
4,090.67
331.67
27,389.81
0-
7,860.00
20,000.00
7,387.00
0-
0-
0-
94,874.51
DISBURSEMENTS
29,859.58
1,380.18
212.74
22, 773.11
0-
24,565.83
0-
1,110.91
0-
0-
0-
79,902.35
BALANCE 10/ 31/ 82
277,255.85
7,330.30
1,179.83
59,493.13
18, 804.30
31,777.23
291,245.59
36,533.00
66,960.00
13,474.20
0-
111,000.00
915,053.43
Certificates of Deposit 10/ 31/ 82
General Fund
Water
Water Capital Improvement
Waste Water
W W Capital Improvement
Equipment Reserve
210,000
30,000
0
40,000
100,000
66,960
TOTAL $446,960
0- 0-
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343 North Pearl Street
Granville,Akio 43023 1499)
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Council Minutes November 3, 1982

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
NOVEMBER 3, 1982
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
TEMPORARY CLERK
Councilmember Schnaidt moved that the Village Manager, Douglas E. Plunkett, be
appointed temporary clerk. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion
carried.
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
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Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Bartlett
Councilmember Harriott
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
October 20, 1982 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Avery moved to approve
the minutes of October 20, 1982. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion
carried.
October 27, 1982 -Council Worksession -Councilmember Schnaidt moved to approve
the October 27, 1982 Council Worksession minutes. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Bartlett. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
David Anthony Reau, Licking Countian
No comments were made at this time.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Recreation Commission -Councilmember Bartlett reported on the recent Recreation
Commission Meeting held November 2, 1982. At that meeting the Commission decided
to purchase Tiability insurance. They also discussed improvements to the mission' Com- s ball fields and the purchase of official books.
OLD BUSINESS
None
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NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 33-82, "An Ordinance To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter
Into A Contract With Concrete Construction Company, Inc.,Without Competitive
Bidding To Reconstruct Two Hundred Feet Of Storm Sewer On Pearl Street In
Conjunction With The Pearl Street Sewer Replacement, Declaring A Public
Disaster And Declaring An Emergency".
Councilmember Avery read title, Section I, and Section III of Ordinance No.
33-82 in its entirety.
Councilmember Avery moved for passage of Section III, of Ordinance No. 33-82.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Avery-yes, Milleryes,
Bartlett-yes, Schnaidt-yes, Harriott-yes, Davison-yes, Gallant-yes.
Seven yes votes. Section III, the Emergency section duly passed.
Councilmember Avery moved for passage of Section I, of Ordinance No. 33-82.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Roll call vote: Avery-yes, Bartlettyes,
Miller-yes, Harriott-yes, Schnaidt-yes, Davison-yes, Gallant-yes. Seven
yes votes. Section I, declaring a public disaster exists duly passed.
Councilmember Avery moved to adopt Ordinance No. 33-82. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Avery-yes, Schnaidt-yes, Bartlett-yes,
Harriott-yes, Miller-yes, Davison-yes, Gallant-yes. Seven yes votes. Ordinance
No. 33-82 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 34-82, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate
Funds For Storms Sewers In The Revenue Sharing Fund", was introduced and
title read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt. A public hearing was scheduled for this ordinance on November 17, 1982, at 8: 00 p.m..
Ordinance No. 35-82, "An Ordinance Setting Forth A General Plan For Financing
Improvements To The Municipal Sewer Utility Through The Issuance Of General
Obligation Bond Anticipation Notes, Which Notes Will be Retired And Further
Improvements Financed By The Issuance Of Mortgage Revenue Bonds Of The Village,
And Declaring An Emergency"w,as introduced, title and Section VII, read in
its entirety by Councilmember Bartlett.
Councilmember Bartlett moved for passage of Section VII, the Emergency section
in Ordinance No. 35-82. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call
vote: Bartlett-yes, Miller-yes, Schnaidt-yes, Harriott-yes, Avery-yes, Davisonyes,
Gallant-yes. Section VII, the Emergency Section duly passed, seven yes votes.
Councilmember Bartlett moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 35-82. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Bartletty-es, Millery-es, AOrvdeinrayny-cees, Harriotty-es, Schnaidty-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. Seven yes votes. No. 35-82 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 36-82, "Providing For The Issuance Of $179,000 Sewer Utility
Improvement Notes In Anticipation Of The Issuance Of Bonds For The Purpose Of Improving The Municipal Wastewater Treatment And Collection System By Con- structing A New Wastewater Treatment Plant And Necessary Appurtenances Includ- ing Control, Laboratory And Standby Power Facilities, And By Reconstructing
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And Rehabilitating Sanitary Sewers Together With Necessary Appurtenances, And
Declaring An Emergency"w,as introduced, title and Section XII, read in its
entirety by Councilmember Harriott.
Councilmember Harriott moved for passage of Section XII, the Einergency Section
of Ordinance No. 36-82. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Roll call
vote: Harriott-yes, Bartlett-yes, Avery- yes, Miller-yes, Schnaidt- yes, Davisonyes,
Gallant-yes. Seven yes votes, Section XII, the Emergency section duly passed.
Councilmember Harriott moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 36-82. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Roll call vote: Harriott-yes, Bartletty-es, Schnaidty-es, Miller-yes, Averyy-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. Seven yes votes. Ordinance No. 36-82 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 37-82, An Ordinance To Amend Article 4 Of Ordinance No. 16-76
Of The Village Of Granville By Amending The Definition Of "Family", was intro- duced and title read in its enti rety by Councilmember Schnaidt. A public hearing
was scheduled for November 17, 1982, at 8: 00 p.m.,for this ordinance.
A brief discussion was conducted by members at this time, regarding Ordinance No. 37-72.
Resolution No. 82-35, "To Award The Bid For The Purchase Of A New Police Cruiser",
was introduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-35, which awards the purchase of a new police cruiser to Bowman Chevrolet, in the amount of
7,230.46, as lowest and best bid. Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott.
motion carried. Resolution No. 82-35 duly passed.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Regular Council Meeting -November 17, 1982 will begin at 8: 00 p.m..
Council Worksession- December 9, 1982, will begin at 8: 00 p.m..
With no further business to discuss, the meeting adjourned, following a motion made by Councilmember Miller, seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 30 p.m..
A99t : UzzI8L-»« Clerk of CounciT
Mayqt/

Council Minutes October 20, 1982

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
OCTOBER 20, 1982
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Bartlett
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Law Director -
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Councilmember Avery moved to excuse absentee member Harriott and Manager Plunkett.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARINGS
A public hearing was held at this time for the following ordinances:
Ordinance No. 31-82 -An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate
Funds For Capital Expenditures In The Waste Water Capital Improvements Fund.
No one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance. Public hearing closed
at 7: 33 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
Ordinance No. 32-82 -An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate
Funds For Legal Expenses In The General Fund.
No one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance. Public hearing closed
at 7: 35 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
October 6, 1982 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Miller moved to
approve the minutes of October 6, 1982. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried.
October 13, 1982 -Special Council Meeting -Councilmember Avery moved that the
minutes of the Special Council seconded Meeting held October 13, 1982 be approved. Motion by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
October 13, 19.82 -Council Worksession -Councilmember Schnaidt moved that the
worksession minutes be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
David Anthony Reau, Licking Countian
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No comments were made from Citizens at this time.
Councilmember Bartlett mentioned that the street light on East Broadway, between
the Buxton Inn and Pearl Street was very dim and hard for pedestrians to see in
the area. Mayor Gallant directed the Clerk to notify Ohio Power about the light.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of September was presented and reviewed. A of that report is hereby attached copy as part of these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of September was presented. Following review
and discussion of the report, Councilmember Miller moved to approve the Manager' s Report for the month of September. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Personnel Committee -Councilmember Miller reported that the Personnel Committee
met October 6, 1982 following the Regular Council Meeting. At that meeting the following recommendations were made:
1) A new WaterW/ aste Operator position to be split between the Water Distribution and Waste Water Collection Departments.
2) Add an additional laborer position in the Service Department.
3) A 5%Cost of Living increase for all employees of the Village, and those employees who have reached the top rung in wages/alary steps be given a standard 3%step increase.
4) A tuition reimbursement program for employees who are potential department heads to improve their skills in their field, with the condition that they
remain as an employee with the Village for at least one year following their
schooling.
No action on the Personnel Committee' s recommendations was taken at this evenings meeting, but would be consi dered by Council when considering the 1983 Budget.
Development Commission -Councilmember Avery reported on the Commission' s meet- ings of September 23rd and October 14th.
Several standard applications were approved along with a public hearing set for a Home Occupation request within a VRDD- istrict. A Home Occupation within a VRD District is listed as a Conditional Use. A public hearing was also set to review a request submitted by the Pilgrim Lutheran Church to construct a new Church on the corner of Cherry and West Broadway. At this hearing the prelimi- nary plat will be reviewed and public input will be invited. The Commission also discussed the issue of redefining f"amily" in the current Zoning Ordinance. Following a lengthy discussion the Commission felt that Cpoosusnicbille. legal questions should be researched before making a recommendation to
Granville Area Study &Planning Commission -Councilmember Schnaidt mentioned that Mr. Norm Kennedy announced that the data collected by the Commission has finally come out of the computer. Some agricultural data is still needed before a report can be compiled.
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OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 31-82, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance Funds No. 258-1 And Appropriate For Capital Expenditures In The Waste Water Capital Improvements Fund",
wBaas rmtleovtetd. for adoption by Councilmember Avery. Motion seconded by Councilmember Roll call vote: Averyy-es, Bartletty-es, Miller-yes, Schnaidty-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es, Harriott-absent. Six yes votes and one absent. Ordinance No. 31-82 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 32-82, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 258-1 And Appropriate Funds For Legal Expenses In The General Fund"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Roll call vote: Schnaidt-yes, Bartlett-yes, Avery-yes, Miller-yes, Davison-yes, Gallant- yaedosp, teHda. rriott-absent. Six yes votes and one absent. Ordinance No. 328-2 duly
NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 82-34, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Execute A Grant Acceptance Under The Provisions Of The Clean Water Act"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller.
Councilmember Miller moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-34. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. Resolution No. 82-34 duly passed.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
October 27, 1982 -Counci1, Worksession -7: 30 p.m.. proposed 1983 Budget.
Review and discussion of
With no further business to discuss, a motion to adjourn was made by Council- member Miller and seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 05 p.m..
Attest:
Mayoty
Clerk of C uodil, Temporary
1 These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
Total Violations
8,Cance 71 of Bond Monies from previous month intCollected for present month paid to State (RRF &GRF)
int paid in refunds or overpayments nt paid to General Fund Ba lance bond monies remaining in account
54
468.00
2120.00
455.00
485.00
1608.00
40.00
24
150.00
1701.00
260.00
45.00
928.00
468.00
36
0-
2567.00
126.00
0-
24410.0:
0-
MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
September 1982 August 1982 September 1981
*king Tickets Issued: 42 20 41
ilations: 49 Complaints: 5
rop Sign 2 1 1
Stop Signal 4 2 4.
Speed 27 15 11
Improper Turn 1 1 6
Juvenile Court 3 2 1
Driving Under Influence of Alcohol 1 2
Reckless Operation of Motor Vehicle 1
Expired Plates 2 1 4
Driving Under Suspension 1
Permitting persons to ride on outside oi'
moving vehicle 1 2
Failure to yield right of way 1
1bited right turn on red 1 2
1
1 Allred Clear Distance 1
No MC/endorsement 2 1
No Protective Eye Device while on MC/iii 2
Operator License Restriction Violation 1
Animal at Large 2
Criminal Trespass 3
Failure to ·yield vigilance backing 1
1
Driving wrong way on one way street 1
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Pumped
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
New Meters Installed
Meters Replaced
Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired
Water Taps
Telephone Calls
Radio Calls
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
Sept. 1982
30,259,000
1.008.000
0
0
432
1,621
27
3
Aumust 1982
28,257,000
911.000
3
0
0
9
35
0
n
349
1.402
Sept. 1982
9-14- 82 - Repaired Service Line at 210 East Maple Street
92-2 through 93-08-2 -3 #Well was cleaned
9-23- 82 - Repaired Service Line at Fraternity Row (Denison University).
9-25- 82 - Repaired Service Line to Wastewater Plant (S. Pearl Street).
39,538,000
1.318.000
0
1
5
3
28
1
0
365
1.470
MANAGER' S REPORT
0
11
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1
WASTE WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Treated
Daily Average (Gallons)
Sludge Beds Filled
Sludge Beds Cleaned
Lines Rodded
Monthly Rain Fall
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
Sept. 1982
19,350,000
645,000
0 Ft.
3. 1 In.
Auq. 1982
18,400,000
594,000
1, 000 Ft.
2. 6 In.
Sept. 1981
16, 121,000
537,000
2 In.
4 1 1
1 0 0
0
Manager' s Report
Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance
Streets Swept (Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
Inlets Repaired &Adjusted
Grass Mowed (Acres)
Brush &Clippings (Loads) Leaf Pickup (Loads) Snow Removal
Salt Water (Gallons)
Backhoe Worked (Days)
Water Plant (Supplement)
Waste Water Plant (Supplement)
Other Projects (Hours)
Welfare (Hours)
Call Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
Special Interest Items
e t. 1982
Amount Manhours
2
2
15
Au . 1982 Se t 1981
Amount Manhours Amount Manhours
2-Additions
0
49
120
84
256
2
3-Condos
1 -Hnii qp
8
0
114
245
12 46 15 69 8 24
0 16
0
0 0 0 0
0 168 0 201 0
0
0
3 5
0 0
n
1
Page IV
Manager' s Report
POLICE DEPARTMENT
Motor Assists
Citations
Parkina Tickets
Accidents
1) Non-Injury
2) With Injuries
Cars Impounded
1) Violations
2) Abandoned
3) Other
Cars Checked
Homes Checked
Bicycles Stolen
1) Secured
2) Unsecured
Bicycle Accidents
1) Non-Iniury
2) With Injuries
Complaints
1) Prowlers
2) Dogs
3) Vehicles
4) Other
Attempted/B&E
Thefts
False Bank Alarms
Missing Persons
1) Actual
2) Unsupported
Village Fires
1) Non-Injury
2) With Injuries
Emergency Run Assists
1) Village
2) TownshiD
Sheriff' s Dent. Assists
Ohio Hwy. Patrol Assists
Unsecured Buildings
Vehicle Miles 82
1) 9-1-82 throwqh9-30-82 Dodge
Sept. 1982
22
49
13)394
14.279
2.521
2
0
0
39
2
2
12
36
4
9
6
Aug. 1982
2
0
0
37
32)891
45,491
3
2
7
21
3
3
1
21
23
80
Ply.
Sept. 1981_
1.3
36
41
9)301
0
0
0
23
9
2
24
24
7
6
4
42 20
7 5 6
0 1 1
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
2 2 2
0 n 0
14 3 4
6 4 10
3 5 4
3 0 2
39 12 2
651
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
WASTE WATER
LJW CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GE,VERAL REVENUE SHARING
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
LITTER CONTROL &RECYCLING
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
BALANCE 8/31/ 82
334,914.19
4,956.07
1,141.37
50,944.25
24,353.45
66,646.79
176,419. 76
31,134.30
66,960.00
13,684.20
0-
111,000.00
882,154.38
Certificates of Deposit 8/31/ 82
General Fund
Water
Water Capital Improvement
Waste Water
W W Capital Improvement
Equipment Reserve
210,000
30,000
0
40,000
100,000
66,960
L $446,960
PTS
16, 306.64
1,472.61
119.40
40,191.65
0-
9,908.00
94,926.39
0-
0-
0-
0-
0-
162,924.69
DISBURSEMENTS
71,920.76
1,808.87
199.87
36,259.47
5,549.15
28,071.73
100.56
877.39
0-
210.00
0-
0-
144,997.80
BALANCE7 3-0§782
279,300.07
4,619.81
1,060.90
54,876.43
18,804.30
48,483.06
271,245.59
30,256.91
66,960.00
13,474.20
0-
111,000.00
900,081.27
Certificates of Deposit 9/30/ 82
General Fund
Water
Water Capital Improvement
Waste Water
W W Capital Improvement
Equipment Reserve
TOTAL
210,000
30,000
0
40,000
100,000
66,960
446,960
TOTA
FUND
GENERAL
POLICE
STREET LIGHTING
COUNTY HEALTH
COMMUNITY SERVICES
STREET CONSTRUCTION
STREET MAINTENANCE
STORM SEWERS
SIDEWALKS
ADMINISTRATIVE
LEGISLATIVE
MAYOR' S COURT
INCOME TAX
LANDS &BUILDINGS
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
COUNTY AUDITORT-REASURER FEES
DELINQUENT TAX ADVERTISING
STATE EXAMINER' S FEES
ELECTION
LAW
STREET MAINTENANCE &REPAIR
STATE HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
3rd QUARTE 198
Appropriated Expenses
52,049
3,100
1,800
1,030
106,000
18,796
500
1,000
28,901
1,255
2,882
3,802
460
100
250
25
0
0
1,450
7,178
750
85,237.91
0
19,199
39,000.53
3,190.66
0
701.63
83,383.54
19,703.74
0
200.00
28,204.80
519,52
3,147.00
3,229.50
458.60
0
0
0
0
0
1,836.00
6,624.00
603.13
81,979.95
5,765.65
44,321.07
YEAR TO DATE
Appropriated Expenses
131,285
9,300
3,600
2,610
119,580
53,229
1,000
1, 000
92,017
5,298
8,134
10,892
5,402
300
500
50
3,900
850
5,280
23,894
2,250
313,327.91
26,200
115,279
116,795.02
9,378.77
ls934.04
3,082.00
97,112.28
51,755.97
938.38
308.00
87,543.61
4,388.31
7,819.18
10,242.15
4,906.98
0
326.60
8.11
3,876.27
756.55
4,536.00
24,535.58
1,704.15
279,082.13
7,412.65
109,300.77
COMMENTS
SEWER
F
W
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
3rd QUARTEAppropriated
Expenses
0
2,500
416
5,396.73
10,474.86
210.00
YEAR TO DATE
Appropriated
243,000
52,350 Yr
4,312
Expenses
90,842.40
24,686.57
4,113.17

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SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
OCTOBER 13, 1982
Members of Council called the Special Meeting to consider the award bid for
street improvements in the Village for 1982.
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Bartlett
Vice Mayor Davison
Mayor
Law Director -
Manager
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Bartlett moved to excuse absentee members Miller and Harriott.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
RESOLUTION NO. 82-32, "To Award The Bid Streets", For Roto Milling And Repaving Of was introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for the passage of Resolution No. 82-32 with the bid to be awarded to BOCA Construction in the amount of $6,432.00 for roto- milling and Gene Cox &Sons, Inc.,in the amount of $18,934.00, for the re- surfacing, as lowest and best bids. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison.
Following a brief discussion,
passed.
the motion to pass Resolution No. 82-32 duly
Motion to adjourn the meeting was made by Councilmember Bartlett and seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 7:45 p.m..
Atest:
L
erk of Council
4/
Mayot-'
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.

Council Minutes October 6, 1982

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
OCTOBER 6, 1982
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Bartlett
Councilmember Harriott
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Miller
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Miller moved to excuse absentee member Avery. Motion seconded by
Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
Mrs. Nancy Sawyer, 94 Thornewood Drive, appeared to speak in opposition to
Ordinance No. 25-81. She was opposed to the spending of $5,000 on engineering
plans and felt that the money should be spent on the road.
Ms. Nancy Karlsberger, 372 Thornewood Drive also appeared to speak during the
public hearing. She asked if Council' s vote would be swayed if a majority of
the residents were against spending $5,000 on engineering.
Mayor Gallant responded and said Council would consider this, however, they
would also have to consider what would be in the best interest of the total
Village and its residents. He said if Council finds that a disproportionate amount of money is being expended to try and maintain Beechwood and Thornewood
Drives in their present condition then it would be unfair to the other residents in the Village in using that money in one location.
Continuing, Mayor Gallant said that members feel they cannot make a fair
decision until a professional study is made of the area so that what the cost might be, in order some idea of to present that cost to the residents.
It was the consensus of those members present that if the Ordinance is approved, the $5,000 spent on engineering would be consi dered part of the Village' s contribution if a decision to proceed with the road improvement is made.
The public hearing on Ordinance No. 25-82 closed at 8: 20 p.m.,following a lengthy question and answer session.
MINUTES
September 15, 1982 -Regular Council Meeting -Vice Mayor Davison moved that the Mmointuiotnescbaerraiepdp.roved as corrected. Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott.
September 21, 1982 -Special Council Meeting -Councilmember Miller moved that Mthoetiomninutes be approved as written. Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott. carried.
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CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Howard Garrett
Molly Amspaugh, Advocate
No comments were made at this time.
Jean Barnes, Sentinel
David Anthony Reau, Licking Countian
Mayor Gallant read a letter from Stephen Sundquist, President of the Baptist
Youth Fellowship (B.Y.F.)re,questing permission to ring the Opera House Bell
which is in the Broadway median and in front of the Baptist Education Building.
Following a brief discussion, the Village Manager was directed to make further
inquiry about the purpose and circumstances under which the bell might be rung and to then exercise his own judgement on the matter. A copy of Mr. Sundquist' s letter is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Recreation Commission -Councilmember Bartlett reported on the Recreation Com- mission meeting held Tuesday, October 5th. New members were welcomed and
general discussion centered on the new bookkeeping system.
Safety Committee -Councilmember Schnaidt reported that he, Rob Drake, and the Village Manager met with Jack Pryor and Newark' s Law Director today to discuss
an intermunicipal agreement with the City of Newark to provide Code Administration
Services for the Village. Mr. Schnaidt commented that the meeting went well and that Newark is interested in working with the Village regarding the matter.
Personnel Committee -Councilmember Miller announced that the Personnel Com- mittee would be meeting immediately following this evening' s meeting.
Granville Improvement Board -Vice Mayor Davison reported that students of Ohio State University' s Graduate School of Landscape Architecture will be working on a park design for the Opera House lot, as a student project. Plans will be submitted to the Improvement Board sometime in the spring of 1983.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 258- 2, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 258-1 And Appro- priate Funds For Engineering Design Of Beechwood And Thornewood Drives", moved for adoption by Councilmember Miller. Motion seconded was Harriott. Roll call vote: Miller- by Councilmember Davison- yes, Schnaidty-es, Harriotty-es, Bartletty-es, OrdinanceyeNso, .G2a5ll-anty-es, Averya-bsent. Five yes votes and one absent. 82 duly adopted.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 318- 2, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 258-1 And Appro- priate Funds For Capital Expenditures In The Waste Water Capital Improvements Fund"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Harriott. Ardpiunbalnicceh. earing was scheduled for October 20, 1982, at 7:30 p.m.f,or this
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Ordinance No. 32-82, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate
Funds For Legal Expenses In The General Fund", was introduced and title read
in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt. A public hearing was scheduled for
October 20, 1982, at 7: 30 p.m.,for this ordinance.
Resolution No. 82-25, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract
With C.F.Bird &R.J. Bull, Ltd.,To Provide Engineering Services Relating To Design For The Reconstruction Of Beechwood And Thornewood Drives", introduced and read in was its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-25. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. Resolution No. 82-25 duly passed.
Resolution No. 82-29, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Bids For The Purchase Of A New Police Cruiser", was introduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-29. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried. Resolution No. 82-29 duly passed.
Resolution No. 82-30, A" Resolution Authorizing The Village Manager To Enter Into A Mutual Aid Compact Agreement With Other Political Subdivisions In Licking County, Ohio, To Provide For Mutual Assistance By The Interchange And Use Of Police Department Personnel And Equipment And To Declare An Emergencyw",as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Bartlett.
Councilmember Bartlett moved for passage of Resoluation No. 82-30. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried. Resolution No. 823-0 duly passed.
Resolution No. 82-31, T"o Award The Bid For The Painting And Repairing Of Granville' s 250,000 Gallon Water Storage Tank"w,as introduced and read inits entirety by Councilmember Harriott.
Councilmember Harriott moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-31. Motion pseacsosnedde.d by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. Resolution No. 82-31 duly
Resolution No. 823- 3, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Con- tract With C.F.Bird &R.J.Bull, Ltd.,To Provide Engineering Services Relating to Design Of The Backwash Pump Replacement At The Water Treatment Plant"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller.
Councilmember Miller moved for passage of Resolution No. 823-3. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried. Resolution No. 82-33 duly passed.
A brief discussion on the award for the roto-milling and resurfacing in the Village was conducted. Council directed the Manager to investiagate the low bidder on the resurfacing before making the award. A Special Meeting of Council was scheduled at this time for October 13, 1982, at 7:30 p.m.,to con- sider the award for the roto-milling and resurfacing (Resolution No. 82-32).
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Manager Plunkett mentioned to Council that the contractor for the Pearl Street
Sewer Replacement has requested that traffic be closed on Broadway from
Prospect Street to Granger Street so that the sewer replacement across Broadway
can go more smoothly and take less time. He said the contractor estjmates the
shut down will be for approximately 3-5 days. Mr. Plunkett said he will notify the schools, fire department and ODOT.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Personnel Committee Meeting -October regular 6, 1982 -Immediately following the meeting.
Special Council Meeting -October 13, 1982 -To consider the award bid for Street Improvements in the Village for 1982. Time 7: 30 p.m..
Council Worksession -October 13, 1982 - Budget discussion and review. Time 8:00 p.m..
With no further business to discuss Councilmember Miller moved the meeting be adjourned. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 59 p.m..
test:
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Cl erk of Council
MayorU
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SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
SEPTEMBER 21, 1982
8: 00 P.M.
Mayor Gallant called this Special Meeting of Council posed legislation to discuss and consider pro- relating to the Pearl Street Sewer Project.
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 8: 00 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Harriott
Councilmember Bartlett
Coumcilmember Miller
Councilmember Avery
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Miller moved to excuse absentee member Schnaidt. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried.
Mr. Jack Feid was present this evening to bring to Council' s attention that he had performed a service for Philip L. Skinner, on a emergency basis during the time he was doing the Pearl Street Sewer Project. He said that he sold some gravel to Gene Fitch &Co.a,nd that Mr. Skinner owes him money for that service. He said that he did not hire a lawyer and draw up a formal lien, but wanted Council to be aware of the situation.
It was pointed out to Mr. Fied that the Village can' t legally consider anything for which a lien has not been filed, therefore could do nothing in the way of refunding him for the services he mentioned.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 29-82, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Execute A Release In Favor of Philip L. Skinner, Inc.,For The Pearl Street Sewer Replacement, ACnodunDcielmcelamribnegr ABnaErtmleettr.gencyw",as introduced and title read in its entirety by
Councilmember Bartlett moved for passage of the Emergency Clause. Motion second- ed by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Bartletty-es, Millery-es, Averyy-es, Harriotty-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es, Schnaidta-bsent. Six yes votes, one absent. Emergency clause passed.
Councilmember Bartlett moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 298-2. Motion second- ed by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Bartletty-es, Millery-es, Gallant- yes, Averyy-es, Harriotty-es, Davisony-es, Schnaidta- bsent. Six yes votes and one absent. Ordinance No. 29-82 duly adopted.
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Ordinance No. 30-82, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract
With Concrete Construction Company, Inc.,Without Competitive Bidding
To Complete Construction Of The Pearl Street Sewer Replacement, Declaring A
Public Disaster, And Declaring An Emergency"w,as introduced and title read
in its entirety by Councilmember Miller.
Councilmember Miller moved for passage of the Emergency clause. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Avery. Roll call vote: Millery-es, Averyy-es, Davisony-es, Bartlett-yes, Gallant-yes, Harriott-yes, Schnaidt-absent. Six yes votes and
one absent. Emergency clause duly passed.
Councilmember Miller moved for passage of Section I, of Ord. No. 30-82. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Avery. Roll call vote: Miller-yes, Averyy-es, Davisony-es, Bartlett-yes, Gallanty-es, Harriotty-es, Schnaidta-bsent. Six yes votes, one absent. Section I, of Ord. No. 30-82 duly passed.
Councilmember Miller moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 30-82. Motion second- ed by Councilmember Avery. Roll call vote: Millery-es, Averyy-es, Davisony-es, Gallant-yes, Bartlett-yes, Harriott-yes, Schnaidt-absent. Six yes votes and one absent. Ordinance No. 30-82 duly adopted.
Resolution No. 82-27, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Con- tract With Lester H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc.T,o Provide Engineering Services Relating To The Remaining Work On The Pearl Street Sewer Replacementw",as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Avery.
Motion for passage of Resolution No. 82-27 was made by Councilmember Avery and seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried. Resolution No. 82-27 passed.
Resolution No. 82-28, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Con- tract With Concrete Construction Company, Inc.,To Construct An Eight Inch Waterline With Appurtenances In Pearl Street And Declaring An Emergencyw",as introduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Section I, of Resolution No. 82-27. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Davisony-es, Miller- yes, Harriotty-es, Bartletty-es, Averyy-es, Gallanty-es, Schnaidta-bsent. Six yes votes and one absent. Section I of Resolution No. 82-27 duly passed.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-28. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Davisony-es, Millery-es, Averyy-es, Bartletty-es, Gallanty-es, Harriotty-es, Schnaidta-bsent. Six yes votes and one absent. Resolution No. 82-28 duly adopted.
With no further business to discuss, a motion to adjourn the meeting was made by Vice Mayor Davison and seconded by Councilmember Bartlett.
Meeting adjourned at 9:30 p.m..
Fplst:
LTerk of Coundil
Mayo
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.

Council Minutes September 15, 1982

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
SEPTEMBER 15, 1982
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Bartlett
Councilmember Harriott
Councilmember Avery
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Manager
Davison
Gallant
Plunektt
Councilmember Miller moved to excuse absentee Law Director Drake. seconded Motion by Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried.
MINUTES
September 1, 1982 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Bartlett moved that the minutes of September 1, 1982 be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Carl A. Frazier, Licking County Convention and Visitors Bureau Rick Bline, Granville Sentinel
Erle Richards
Mr. Frazier appeared this evening to give a report on the Licking County Con- vention &Visitors Bureau. He commented that at the reception building located on State Route 70, the Bureau has received 4,010 visitors representing 47 states, and 11 foreign countries. Mr. Frazier distributed among members several folders and pamphlets that are passed out to the visitors who stop by the reception building. In the Land of Legend folder Granville is mentioned three times -Denison University, Granville Downtown area, and the Robbins- Hunter Museum. The Lodging &Banquet Facilities folder as well as the Dining folder mention accomodations found in Granville. Mr. Frazier expressed how pleased he was that Granville was mentioned so many times. Continuing, Mr. Frazier said that the Bureau has received 6$0,792.00 and expended 46,720.00, in 13 months. The money comes from a hotelm/ otel bed tax, one- third of this money is returned to the municipality in which it is collected and two-thirds goes to the Bureau for operating expenses. Total membership in the Bureau is 12, representing the Township, City of Newark, Granville, and the rest from the Hotels and Restaurants in the County. Mr. Frazier said he would be happy to answer any questions members may have. Following a brief discussion, Mayor Gallant thanked Mr. Frazier for representing the Village of Granville. Mr. Gallant said Mr. Frazier' s term will soon expire, and that persons may be reappointed and that he has expressed a willingness to
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serve again. As Mr. Frazier excused himself from the meeting members thanked him for his report and his willingness to serve on the Convention Bureau.
Folders and pamphlets were given to the Clerk for the record.
Mr. Erle Richards, 261 Thornewood Drive, commented that Mr. Crook will be
attending the meeting to give a report to Council. Rules allow Mr. Crook to speak later were waived to on in the meeting.
There were no other comments from citizens' at this time.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of August was presented and reviewed. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of August was presented. Manager Plunkett reviewed the report with members and added the following comments: Significant difference in daily average of gallons of water pumped since leaks were located and fixed.
Methods being studied, to reduce electrical and chemical costs at the plants. Fence will be needed around the wastewater plant, items are being thrown into the clarifier, causing malfunctions at the plant.
New street signs are being installed, and a few have been lost to vandalism.
Following review and discussion, Councilmember Harriott moved to accept the Manager' s Report. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Streets &Sidewalks -Manager Plunkett reported that he and Jerry Turner,
of Bird &Bull, met with residents of the BeechwoodT/hornewood Association Tuesday, September 7th. He said at that meeting there was a good response to the type of plans proposed for the reconstruction of these drives, with the assumption that the road improvement would not cost more than $150,000. Manager Plunkett brought to Council' s attention the information packet in their folders. The information packet are copies of some materials that were passed out by Mr. Richards and Mrs. Blum at that meeting. Manager Plunkett said at the close of the meeting, the consensus was that he would ask Council for authorization to appropriate $5,000 to pay for the drafting of detailed plans of the reconstruction of Beechwood and Thornewood Drives. Mr. Plunkett added, that the Street Committee authorized him to go ahead and have Beechwood and Thornewood regraded, filled with gravel and steam rolled to get the drives through the winter.
Mr. Plunkett also gave a progress report on Wildwood Drive.
Mr. David Crook, 206 Thornewood Drive, appeared at this time to give Council his report on the Association' s meeting September 7th. Mr. Crook gave the Clerk a copy of this report for the records.
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Mayor their Gallant thanked Mr. Crook and Mr. Richards for attending the meeting and report.
Utilities Committee
Manager Plunkett speaking for the Utilities Committee, gave an update report on the Pearl Street Sewer Replacement. He stated that the Village is very close to finalizing an agreement with Philip Skinner and Concrete Construction, on finishing the Pearl Street Sewer. Mr. Plunkett said he would like have a Special Meeting of Council if an agreement and contracts can be completed by tommorow. He said at that special meeting he would ask Council' s authoriza- tion to enter into an agreement with Concrete Constuction so they could start Monday. If this can not be accomplished by tomorrow, then a Special Meeting wtimoueldconeueldd to be called when an agreement is reached, so delays in start-up be minimized.
Mayor Gallant said a Special Meeting would have to be called right now if the meeting is to be conducted Thursday.
At 8:00 p.m.C, ouncilmember Miller moved that Council conduct a Special Meet- ing Thursday, September 16, 1982, at 8:00 p.m.t,o discuss legislation relat- Hingartroiottth.e MPeoatirolnStreet Sewer Project. Motion seconded by Councilmember carried.
During a brief question and answer session, Councilmember Avery asked Manager Plunkett if the report of Lester H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc.,states that the sections of sewer layed at the slightly lower elevation will not have to be redone. Manager Plunkett comfirmed this and said that the report states that at the present elevation 580 housing units can be hooked up to that Pearl St., intercepter, before the section between Elm Street and the alley south of there will need to be rea+yed at a higher elevation. A-Lillie
Mayor Gallant asked if it would be possible at some later time when that capacity is reached to correct these sections? Manager Plunkett responded and said that only these two sections would have to be replaced and by doing so the Village could double their capacity. Members asked if the engineer was recommending that the Village proceed with the job on Pearl Street as is. MVailnlaaggeer Plunkett responded that the engineering firm was recommeding that the proceed with the project.
Recreation Commission
Councilmember Bartlett reported on the recent Recreation Commission meeting. At that meeting three new members were inducted, a schedule of plays for the coming season was announced, and the Commission finalized procedures on the leger books so that they will match IRS forms, simplifying the bookkeeping.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 228- 2, A"n Ordinance To Amend Section 171.19 Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village of Granville By Reducing The Credit Allowed For Tax Paid To Another Municipality"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Bartlett.
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Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. call Following a lengthy discussion, a roll vote was taken. Roll call vote: Bartlett-yes, Miller-yes, Harriott-no, Schnaidtn- o, Avery-no, Davisonn- o, Gallanty-es. Four no votes, three yes votes. Ordinance No. 22-82 defeated.
Ordinance No. 24-82A,n" Ordinance To Amend Section 171. 19 Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville By Reducing The Credit Allowed For Tax Paid To Another Municipality"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Following a lengthy discussion, a Roll call vote was taken on the motion. Roll call vote: Bartletty-es, Miller- ytherse,eSchnaidtn-o, Averyn- o, Harriott-no, Davisonn- o, Gallanty-es. Four no votes, yes votes. Ordinance No. 24-82 defeated.
NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 82-23, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Bids tFiorretRyotboymilling And Repaving Of Streets"w,as introduced, and read in its en- Councilmember Schnaidt.
cCoomunmciitlmmeenmt.ber Harriott left the meeting at this time because of a previous
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-23. Motion second- 1 'by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. Resolution No. 82-23 duly passed.
Resolution No. 82-24, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Bids For The Painting And Repairing Of Granville' s 250,000 Gallon Water Storage Tank", was introduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
CVoicuencMilmayeomr bDeravison moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-24. Motion_ seconded by Miller. Motion carried. Resolution No. 82-24 duly passed.
Ordinance No. 258- 2, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25·81 And Aopropriate Funds For Engineering Design Of Beechwood And Thofnewood Drives"L, -.introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller. A public hearingwas scheduled for October 6, 1982, at 7:30 p.m.,for this ordinance.
Ordinance No. 27-82, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 258-1 And Appropriate rFeuandds To The Sewer Fund, And Declaring An Emergency"w,as introduced and title in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of the Emergency Clause. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote on the Emergency motion: Davisony-es, MSixillery-es, Bartletty-es, Schnaidty-es, Averyy-es, Gallanty-es, Harriotta-bsent. yes votes, one absent. Emergency clause passed.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 278-2. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote on the passage of Ordinance No. 278-2: Davisony-es, Miller-yes, Schnaidty-es, Bartletty-es, Averyy-es, Gallanty-es, Harriott-absent. Six yes votes, one absent. Ordinance No. 27-82 duly adopted.
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Ordinance No. 28-82, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate
Funds For Capital Expenditures In The Waste Water Capital Improvements Fund,
And Declaring An Emergency"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of the Emergency clause. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Avery. Roll call vote: Schnaidty-es, Averyy-es, Bartletty-es, Millery-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es, Harriott-absent. Six yes votes, one absent. Emergency clause duly passed.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 28-82. Motion second- ed by Vice Mayor Davison. Roll call vote: Schnaidt-yes, Davison-yes, Gallantyes,
Averyy-es, Bartletty-es, Millery-es, Harriott-absent. Six yes votes, one absent. Ordinance No. 28-82 duly adopted.
Resolution No. 82-26, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract
With Lester H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc.T,o Provide Engineering Services Relating To The Work Ineligible For EPA Funding Remaining Under Step I",was introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Councilmember Miller moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-26. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried. Resolution No. 82-26 duly passage.
Appointment to the Licking County Convention And Visitors Bureau
Councilmember Miller moved to reappoint Carl A. Frazier as Council' s representa- tive to the Licking County Convention And Vistors Bureau. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
Begger' s Night
A motion that Mayor Gallant set the time for Halloween Begger' s Night in the MViolltaiogne was made by Vice Mayor Davison, seconded by Councilmember Miller. carried.
iMayor Gallant announced that Begger' s Night in the Village of Granville would be Saturday, October 30, 1982 from 6: 00 p.m. to 7: 30 p.m..
A brief review of Council' s project priorities were addressed and status of each were evaluated. Following discussion, it was the consenus of members atomecnodmnseindtsersothmeetiDmeevelopment Commission' s recommendations on Zoning Ordinance in November.
With no further business to discuss, the mee at 9: 10 p.m..
Attest:
Clerk of Council
g adjourned by mutual consent
MayoK-/ <
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by offficers.
MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
Auoust 1982
Operating Vehicle without giving full attention
Total Violations 24
Balance of Bond Monies from previous month 150. 00
Total Collected for present month 1701. 00
Amc t paid to State (RRF &GRF) 260. 00
Am, t paid in refunds or overpayments 45. 00
Vn, t paid to General Fund 928. 00
a ce bond monies remaining in account 468. 00
July 1982
3U
40. 00
1270.00
182. 00
7.00
971. 00
150. 00
August 1981
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55
0-
2023.00
132. 00
0-
1891. 00
0 -
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1
arkina Tickets Issued: 20 27 1I
tations: 23 Complaints: 0
p Siqn 1 1 It
OD Signal 2 1 2
Speed 15 6 32
Improper Turn 1 1 2
Juvenile Court 2 4
Driving Under Influence of Alcohol 1 2
Reckless Operation of Motor Vehicle 1
Failure to Yield 1 2 U
Expired Plates 1 8 4 11
Failure to yield vigilance in backing 1
Improper Plates 2
Ooen Container in vehicle 1
t.-
1/C endorsement 1
r. ,ure to control vehicle 1
Disturbing Peace 1
Petty Theft 1
Criminal Trespass 2
Passing Bad Checks 1
J
Disorderly Conduct: Intoxication 1
Assault 1
Driving Under Suspension 1
August 1982 July 1982 August 1981
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N perators License 1
ure to Signal 1
hibited rt. turn on red 1
Certain Acts Prohibited 1
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Pumped
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
New Meters Installed
Meters Replaced
Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired
Water Taps
Telephone Calls
Radio Calls
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
August 1982
28,257,000
911,000
0
9
35
0
0
349
1,402
July 1982
28,666,000
924,000
5
0
11
2
0
426
1,413
August 1981
35,635,000
1,318,000
1) All of the above radio All and telephone calls were Police Department related. Villacgaells were acted upon by Water Department employees after regular office hours.
2) August 11-12, Owens-Corning booster station repairs were made.
3) August 23-30, annual tank clean-out was performed. Softening process was out of service during this time.
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3
28
1
0
365
1,470
MANAGER' S REPORT
3 0 0
0 0 1
Manager' s Report
Page II
WASTE WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Treated
Daily Average (Gallons)
Sludge Beds Filled
Sludge Beds Cleaned
Lines Rodded
Monthly Rain Fall
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
August 1982
18.400.000
594.000
1
0
1.000 ft.
2.6 in.
July 1982 Auqust 1981
13,500,000
435.000
1
3
800 ft.
2. 1 in.
17,150,000
553,000
1
1,000 ft
3. 1 in.
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SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance ( Streets 2-tons) Swept (Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
Inlets Repaired &Adjusted
Grass Mowed (Acres)
Brush &Clippings (Loads)
Leaf Pickup (Loads)
Snow Removal
Salt Water (Gallons)
Backhoe Worked (Days)
Water Plant (Supplement)
Waste Water Plant (Supplement)
Other Projects (Hours)
Welfare (Hours)
Call Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Special Interest Items
A ust
Amount Manhours
0 106
0 110
2-Additions
5
0
1
Jul 1982
Amount Manhours
Au ust 1981
Amount Manhours
0 21
0 69
3-Condo
1-House
8
0
1
t
15 69 8 13 3 7
2
0 2 0 1
0 102
0 68
1
1
0
1
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Manager' s Report
POLICE DEPARTMENT
Motor Assists
Citations
Parking Tickets
Accidents
1) Non-Injury
2) Wi th Injuries
Cars Impounded
1) Violations
2) Abandoned
3) Other
Cars Checked
Homes Checked
Bicycles Stolen
1 Secured Unsecured
Bicycle Accidents
Non-Injury
With Injuries
1)
2)
Com laints
1 Prowlers
2) Dogs
3) Vehicles
4) Other
Attempted/8&E
Thefts
False Bank Alarms
Missing Persons
1) Actual
2) Unsupported
Village Fires
1) Non-Injury
2) With Injuries
Emergency Run Assists
1) Village
2) TownshiD
Sheriff' s Dent. Assists
Ohio Hwy. Patrol Assists
Unsecured Buildings
Vehicle Miles 82 Dodge
1 8).=1=82 through_8.=31,82_
August 1982
21
2
0
0
37
32)891
11,695
3.033
5
0
12
3
2
7
21
3
3
July 1982
7
0
0
33
29)687
1
8
2
2
16
44,750
4
3
8
30
0
7
August 1981
22
54
4
0
0
25
26)880
80 Ply.
1
6
5
21
4
7
644
22
23 23
20 25 11
5 3 3
1 1 2
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
1 3 4
n 1 0
n n
2 0 4
0 0 0
3 10
4 11
6
049,
FUND 7/31/ 82
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
WASTE WATER
W CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GE%ERAL REVENUE SHARING
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
LITTER CONTROL &RECYCLING
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
365,493.80
3,552.14
1,140.36
41,309.89
24,353.45
66,512.80
177,323.43
32,684.26
66,960.00
13,684. 20
0-
111,000.00
904,014.33
Certificates of Deposit 7/31/ 82
General Fund
Water
Water Capital Improvement
Waste Water
W W Capital Improvement
Equipment Reserve
210,000
30,000
0
40,000
100,000
66,960
446,960
RE,Jil?S
37,429.40
2,809.12
227.76
26,775.91
0-
8,662.95
0-
0-
0-
0-
0-
0-
75,905.14
689009.01
1,405.19
226.75
17,141.55
0-
8,528.96
903.67
1,549.96
0-
0-
0-
0-
97,765.09
BALANCE8_d=_/ =
334,914.19
4
p
956.07
1,141.37
50,944.25
24,353.45
66,646.79
176,419.76
31,134.30
66,960.00
13,684.20
0-
111,000.00
882,154.38
Certificates of Deposit 8/31/ 82
General Fund
Water
Water Capital Improvement
Waste Water
W W Capital Improvement
Equipment Reserve
TOTAL
210,000
30,000
0
40,000
100,000
66,960
TOTAL 446,960
BALANCE DISBURSEMENTS
TO THE COUNCIL:
At the last Granville Village Council meeting, committee members of the
Beechwood/ Thornewood Residents Association advised Council of the status
of our investigations. We promised Council that we would survey residents
for an expression of their attitude regarding street improvements. A
swmary of the committee findings was prepared and hand- delivered to each
Village resident with homes on Beechwood and/or Thornewood. A copy of
that summary (attached as Exhibit "A")was reviewed by Carolyn Blum,
President of the Association, and Doug Plunkett, who noted the following
exceptions:
1. Reference made to a 15- year assessment is incorrect.
This information is being corrected and residents
will be advised that this is a 10- year pay- off plan.
2. Reference to a 10y-ear maintenancefr-ee road is
erroneously stated and will also be corrected to the
residents. The Engineer actually referred to a road
design to be capable of sustaining run- off from the
10- year storm concept. The Engineer also referred to
the road design as a 10-year life span like Wildwood.
We are enclosing Exhibit "B"which is copies of the return. The results of the survey are:
11 residents for the improvements
5 residents against improvements
1 vacate residence
3 residents not available for response
A summary of domments that were included with the return follows:
COMMENTS MADE BY RESIDENTS FOR THE IMPROVEMENTS
Comments Comment
3 Request residential committee input and participation
in planning and implementation of any improvements
Request committee review and participation of cost control
Request for design for safety
Concerns regarding fair cost distribution
Request for pursuit of recovery from township residents
Concern for traffic control safety
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COMMENTS MADE BY RESIDENTS AGAINST THE IMPROVEMENTS
Comments
1
4
1
Comment
Not a sound design
Too expensive
Suggests closing Thornewood to through traffic
Investigation of alternatives by the Association has raised questions
regarding other practices which we wish investigated such as a new concept
recently tested of a thin asphalt " over a solid bed and covered by chip
and seal".
If Council authorizes the engineering study, the Association for Beechwood/
Thornewood residents requests close coordination with the Village Manager
and the engineering firm for assurance of participation in planning, design
and cost control.
We appreciate Council' s c6ntinued interest in this problem. We also request
that this letter be incorporated into the Village Council meeting record.
BEECHWOOD/ THORNEWOOD ASSOCIATION COMMITTEE
Carolyn Blum
David Crook
Erle Richards III
Audrey Wagner
EXHIBIT- A
As residents of Beechwood and Thornewood we have each been concerned with the lack of
maintenance to our roads. Beyond the danger of inaccessibility for emergency vehicles
during the worst of conditions is the possibility of accidents, the wear and tear on
our vehicles and depreciation of our property. The neighborhood meetings we have held in
the past to discuss the problem resulted in the forming of the BeechwoodT-hornewood
Association. The officers that were elected have met with the Village Manager and spoken
with the Village Council. We have met on two occasions with the engineer for the firm
hired by the village to evaluate the road status. We have followed carefully the
engineering and work performance on Wildwood Avenue where the conditions closely paralleled
our problems. On Tuesday, September 7th we met with Doug Plunket4 our Village Manager,
and Jerry Turner, the Engineer and also Vice- Chairman for Bird and Bull Ltd.,consulting
ingineers and surveyors. This is the firm hired by the village to evaluate our roads.
We feel it is time to report to the residents and present our findings, evaluations, and
recommendations.
1. Jerry Turner has recommended that an in-depth engineering study be made
including soil studies, ground survey and detailed plans and specifications.
The result of this study would provide documents for bidding by contractors
and a more accurate engineer' s estimate of cost. The project could then be
advertised for bids.
2. Mr. Turner' s preliminary engineering estimate prepared for the village in
May 1982 amounted to $98,000 with 2"blacktop or $113, 000 with a 3"blacktop.
This estimate included:
Reworking ditches
Replacing culverts
Storm sewers &inlets
14,000
11,000
32,000
Estimate (Cont' d)
Pavement (20 foot width)
3" $47,000
2" 32, 000
1" 15,000
Engineering plans and specifications and resident
representative during construction 9,000
The engineer usually offers a preliminary estimate and then an estimate after
the detailed study which is based on actual conditions found. The job is then
advertised for competitive bid. In the case of Wildwood, his preliminary
estimate was 10%below the final engineer' s estimate. The competitive bid
which was accepted was 3%below the final estimate. '
3. In addition to this estimate, the Village Manager estimated an additional
20,000 to $30,000 expense for legal fees, auditors fees and interest expense.
The construction would closely approximate the design and construction performed on
Wildwood. If you have not examined this proj ect, we recommend that you take the time to
at least drive through.
The engineering firm assures us that the results would provide a maintenance free road for
10 years. The Village Manager advised us that any maintenance would be the responsibility
of the village. Let us remind you now that "maintenance free"requires each resident to
keep ditches clean (call the Village Manager if they fail to pick up leaves in the fall),
keep culverts clear and report any erosion that could grow.
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On the other hand, if we fail to act now, we may find that village maintenance will not
improve and in fact with rising. costs and village revenues shrinking, the conditions could
worsen.
A few points of interest
If we proceed with the proj ect, the village has expressed a willingness to
contribute to the cost since there is a feeling of responsibility for failure
to provide adequate maintenance. Mayor Tom Gallant *aid he would support a
25,000 cost contribution. This was stated to council and no objection was
raised. On the basis that Wildwood received a similar amount for less than
one third of the lineal footage on Beechwood/ Thornewood, we would ask for a
larger contribution based on a similar rate sharing of responsibility.
The question regarding cost assessment has been raised with regard to township
residents living on Thornewood and Beechwood, as well,:as township residents that
would benefit by the improvement such as Edgewood property owners. We asked for
a legal opinion from a noted firm in Columbus. Their response is attached.
If the residents are in favor of the improvements, we will ask council to have
the village attorney pursue the question of negotiating with the township for
an assessment to share in the cost distribution addressed in the third paragraph
of our attorney' s response.
If the project is authorized by council, the council would stipulate how the
residents would be assessed; either by property owner, by lineal foot or by
percentage on the basis of benefit derived. Residents would have an opportunity
to express any protests to council and if sufficient grounds were offered for
reconsideration of the assessment made, council would appoint an Assessment
Equalization Board,made up of village residents who had no personal involvement,
to hear all complaints. If their resolution was not satisfactory to council, a
new board would be formed, etc. Keep in mind that the Village Council does have
the authority to authorize the improvements and then assess the costs to property
owners at their discretion without the owner' s approval. It is our observation
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that this council does not appear inclined in that direction. There is nothing
to stop future village councils, however, from balking at rising costs and
using their authority to relieve the village of what they determine to be
unusual expense by taking that action.
The engineering study, soil samples and drawings for construction is performed
for a fee of $5,000. The Village Manager has recommended the appropriation to
council and will make the formal request Wednesday, September 15th. If it is
approved, Jerry Turner has assured us that he and his employees will be on the
site to examine the requirements and to discuss with the residents unique
problems affecting their property with relation to grade, right of way, contouring,
tiering driveways into road elevation, etc. We are assured that Wildwood
residents had the opportunity to utilize their services as well as the
construction company for a harmonious blending of landscape to road/ditch.
To give some perspective to costs of the improvement, let us presume some data:
Project Cost 150,000 The engineer' s estimate of the highest
cost if soil samples indicate requirement for
road bed improvements.
Village Contribution - 37, 500 A hypothetical figure based on 25%contribution
to Wildwood construction.
112,500 Resident' s cost
5 20 Village homeowners living on Beechwood &
Thornewood
5,600 Per resident which could be expensed over
a period of up to 15 years plus interest
This illustration is not to be misconstrued as a valid estimate. The final costs
will be determined by the engineering study, the economics of the period the job
is advertised for bid, council' s decision on apportionment and council' s contribution.
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Since $5,000 is a significant sum for the village to spend, we want to express to council
the views of the residents. We would like a response from each resident with regard to
their views. In other words, are you for the improvement with the related cost or are
you against it. Please complete the form attached and leave it with Carolyn Blum,
263 Beechwood; Audrey Wagner, 112 Beechwood; or Dave Crook, 206 Thornewood by Monday
evening. We want to be able to tabulate and present the results to council on Wednesday
evening.
If you prefer, we will have representatives of our association available Sunday afternoon
between 2: 00 and 2:30 P.M. at the Blum home, 263 Beechwood to answer questions. You may
also drop off your responses at that time.
We would appreciate 100%response so we may speak for everyone involved.
Your Committee,
Carolyn Blum
David Crook
Erle Richards III
Audrey Wagner
September 10, 1982
LAW FIRM OF
SANFORD, FISHER,FAHEY.BOYLAND 8 SCHWARZWALDER
CO.,L.R A.
550 E.TOWN STREET
Mr. Charles Wagner
112 Beechwold Dr.
Granville, Ohio 43023
Dear Charles:
COLUMBUS, OHIO 43215
614) 224-6262
July 21, 1982
The question posed is whether the Village of Granville, an incorporated
municipality, can assess residents of a contiguous town- ship for street improvement that benefits residents of the Village and Township equally.
Our research leads us to the conclusion that the Village cannot assess residents of the Township. The Ohio statute governing assess- ments (ORC, Section 727. 01 ( ing and interpreting the copy enclosed)a)nd the case law apply- the municipal corporationstatute suggest that only property within may be assessed. The cases analogize the
power to tax and the power to assess and hold that taxes and assess- ments are synonomous, both being levied by virtue of the soverign power of the state for public good. Therefore, because a municipal corporation does not have the power to tax nonresidents, it does not have the power to assess nonresidents.
With this information in mind, what can you do? I see two pos- sible remedies. First, Section 727 allows two contiguous and adjacent municipalities or government entities to agree to split, in some agreed upon and equitable manner, the assessed cost of road repair. The important point to remember is that the two government bodies mdeunstts aginree to share the expense and must agree to assess their resi- an equitable fashion. One government body cannot unilater- ally force the other to share the burden. Such negotiations, by their nature, are time consuming and costly. We would be willing to represent your interest in such negotiations, but the legal services would be expensive. You should keep in mind that in my opinion it is, the duty of the Village of Granville, through its city attorney, btoehnaelfgowtiiathtethtehisTorwenmsheipd.y i(f you choose to go this route) on your The second remedy is riskier. You and
yeoxcuerednseigthhebobrsenmeafyitobject to any assessment if the assessed amount to your property. Benefit", with respect to
r. Charles Wagner
July 21, 1982
Page 2.
The validity of special assessments, means and actual increase in
money value, and a potential or actual or added use and enjoyment
of the property. An objection to assessment might work if the
assessment exceeds the benefit received; the assessment would con-
Stitute a taking of property for public use without sufficient
compensation. This tactic is risky because courts in Ohio have
held that the amount in excess of the benefit must be substantial
in order for one to have a remedy. The party assessed and objecting
to the assessment will always be on the defensive.
With this information in hand, I suggest you make an appointment
with your city attorney or solicitor and see what he thinks.
TGF/ dmh
Encl.
As always, I am available to answer any questions you may have.
Vrytr-vly yours,
ul«
Theodore G. Fisher
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CHAPTER 727: ASSESSMENTGSE-NERALLY
§ 727.01 Power to levy and collect spe
1 ./727.01 Power to levy and collect special asses, ments: cial assessments;method.
inethods.
727.01. 11 727.01 1 Shade tree ordinanccs.
Each municipal corporation shall have
727.01.21 727.012 Power to cttablish ditch districtl: issue Power to levy and couect sliecial assessments.
anticipatory bond,and notet. The legislative authority of a municipal cor- 727.01.31 727.0,3 [Relocation of wires and cables.] poration may assess upon the abutting.adjacent
727.02 Fixing value of lands not aMessed for taxation. and contiguous. or other specially benefited lots 27.03 1.imitation of .pecial 21e.sm.ent and main sewer asts,ment. of lands in the municipal corporatign, any part
727.04 Repaving xtrcet iuet.ment. of the cr@Bonnected with the improvement of :2. 727.05 1fuconsicti:pianltecroercptoiornastio. n to pay part of improvement any ctreet. alley, dock. wharf, pier, eublic roadv Petition for improvement. place, boulevard, parkway, or park entrance or
4 727.07 Assesm, ent for change in grade. an easement of the municipal corporation avail-
5 727.08 Expense)included in public improvement cost. able for the purpose of the improvement to be
727.M Prmocecnetd,no may include Ini,re than one improve. made therein by grading. draining, curbing.
727.10 Detription of lots and lands. paving. repaving, repairing. treating the surface
727.1 1 Number of annt,al instaltmenti. with substances designed to lay the dust thereon
i [727.1.1, 2;7.11.21 727.111. 727.112 [Repealed.] or preserve such surface,construcn€g sidewalks,
727.12 Filninegcoeife.rp.lans. specification4-. prnalel; reo,lution of piers, wharves, decks, retaining walls, sewers.
3 727.13 Notice. sewage disposal works and treatment plants and
727. 14 Notice in netp,·a,pers for ttrect lighting.street clean, sewage pumping stations,water treatment plants,
ing or surface trencing. water pumping stations, reservoirs, and water 727. 15 04ner may file objection. 727.16 .4< storage tanks or standpipes, together with the scument cqualization board. 727.17 Power,and dutie,of board. Facilities and appurtenances necessary and proper
727.17.11 727. 171 Off·street parking facilities. therefor, drains, storm.water retention basins,
772277..1189 DFielitnegrmdinaamtaiogne ocflaicmlasim. s bv juri· watercourses, water mains, or.laying of water t.h'en damazes are pipe, or the lighting, sprinkling. sweeping, or isseuted before commencing iinpro,ement. cleaning thereof, or removing snow therefrom, 727.20 Determination of claims bv jilry when damae«t are assessed after completin«Inprovementi. any part of the cost and expense of planting,
727.21 Jun· proceflure maintaining. and removing shade trees there- 727.22 jurv costs.
727.23 Ordinance for public improvement. upon in an amount not exceeding kive cents per
727.24 Procedure when low bid exceeds estiniatcs. front foot for each year; and in addition, any 727.25 Ord inance of isessment. 727.26 Notice of 1c.is,ment ordinance. part of the cost and expense of constructing,
727.27 Amimen,i pavable. maintaining, repairing, cleaning and enclosing
727.34 Interest rate. ditches in an amount not exceeding Eve cents 727.29 Auaensdsmoewnntert.o be apportioned bencen life tenant per front foot for each year, any part of the
7273.0. Dittie,1 of clerk. rouncy allitiror. cotint, treas:, rer. cost and expense of acquiring land and im- ind city MI icitor. proving the same by clearing, grading, draining, 727.31 Proceedings to recoter. paving, lighting, creating, constructing, and fiN.31. 1 ] 727.311 [Repealed.]
727.32 Amount recovered determined h,·court. equipping for parking facilities and structures 727.33 Collection of tinpaid aFsincnE: penalty. for off-street parking of motor vehicles, to the 772277..3345 NLieewn oatctiaosnsesfsomr ent. extent authorized by section 717.05 of the reco,c·rv mai' he mide witi, in one year. Revised Code; provided no special assessment 727.36 Collection cost to he iddcd to asietsmerit. made For the purpose of developing offs-treet 27.37 Jurisdiction o€cotirt.of co„, 727.38 Addicionni mon pleas. parking facilities and structures shall be levied ase,liment against any land being used solely for off-street 727.39 Order for reastessment.
727.40 Interpretation of proccedinp. parking or against any land used solely for single 727.41 Agreement between municipalities for ;re(e[ impo,ve. or two family dwellings. and ment. any part of the cost 727.42 p\portioning costs for park bottle,a·rd. connected with changing the channel of, or narrowing, widening, dredging, deepening, or 727.43 Limitation on damage claims.
724;4. Sadnuitlatrriyctsie. c„rage. <torin sewerage. Ind water :ipph improving any stream or watercourse, and for Plan to show location of facilitic. constructing or improving any levees or boute- 727. 16 Filing. notice, and objection [ vards thereon. or along or about' the same. to- o plan. gether with any retaining wall, riprop protection, TS.47 Planridoption. bulkhead,culverts.approaches. flood gates, water- 727.48 Districts may be altered.
727.69 Construction of portion of plan. ways, or drains incidental thereto, or making 727.50 to 727.68 [Repealed.] any other improvement of any river or lake
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Council Minutes September 1, 1982

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
SEPTEMBER 1, 1982
CALL TO ORDER
Vice Mayor Davison called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Bartlett
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Harriott
Vice Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Davison
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Schnaidt moved to excuse absentee members Miller and Gallant.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held on the following legislation:
Ordinance And To AmeNndo. 20-82 -An Ordinance To Repeal Article 43 Of Ordinance No. 17-2, Ordinance No. 16-76.
Vice Mayor Davison asked if there was anyone who wished to ask questions, make comments or address this ordinance.
Mrs. Libby Smith, 467 West Broadway, asked for clarifications on: Exemptions meLmibmer itations (1),page 2 of 6, and Ground Signs (e)p,age 4 of 6. Council- Avery responded and clarified questions raised.
7T:h4e0re were no additional comments made at this time. Public hearing closed at p.m..
Ordinance No. 22-82 -An Ordinance To Amend Section 171. 19 Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville By Reducing The Credit Allowed For Tax Paid In Another Municipality As Of January 1, 1983. O( rdinance No. 228-2 pro- poses a 50%reduced tax credit)
Ordinance No. 248- 2 -An Ordinance To Amend Section 171. 19 Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville By Reducing The Credit Allowed For Tax Paid In Another Municipality. (Ordinance No. 24-82 proposes a 75%reduced tax credit)
Both Ordinance' s above received public hearing simultaneously, since both were similar in text except for the amount of reduced tax credit proposed.
Several residents appeared this evening to speak in opposition to the proposed reduced tax credit ordinances, (Commuter Tax), citing the following reasons:
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Many residents who work outside the Village are al ready paying to other
municipalities and if this tax were imposed they would end up paying more
than those who live and work in the Village.
Proposed legislation merely a band-aid solution to the total financial
needs of the Village, and that a total tax package should be considered.
Proposed legislation penalizes those who must find employment outside the
Village, and that there were not enough jobs in the Village for all the
residents who would wish to find employment.
Councilmember Schnaidt commented that if the Village can stay on top with the
monies generated from the proposed reduced tax credit legislation, the Village
is considering the possibility of increasing its boundaries by additional
annexations, thereby increasing its tax base which might solve the problem in
a long range, and an increase in taxes might not be necessary.
This statement was challanged by one citizen who stated that annexation usally
means additional costs such as water and sewer lines, fire hydrants etc..
Mr. Schnaidt responded and said most of these items mentioned would be by
assessment and that the Village is looking more to the areas where there are
lines and to the south where there are businesses, and where interest in
annexation has been expressed to Village officials.
One resident asked how wide spread has the "Commuter Tax" been implemented in
Ohio? Manager Plunkett responded and said it was quite wide spread throughout Ohio, mentioning two municipalities such as Chagrin Falls and Hudson. He said
he did not have the complete list with him this evening but would gladly
supply that information later upon requests.
Another resident asked how much money would each of the proposed ordinances generate? Manager Plunkett responded and said the 1/4%, with income of $25,000 times an average 200 would generate approximately $12,500, and a 1/2% would double that amount or $25,000.
With no new comments offered, the public hearing closed at 8: 19 p.m.,with action on Ordinance Number' s 22-82 and 24-82 held for Old Business.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Lucille W. Ruffing Dorothy Brown Harold J. Dunham Russell M. Potter
Elinor E. Dunham Libbie Smith Robert L. Mathias David Crook
Julius Blum Carolyn Blum Nancy Sawyer Charles Wagner
Audrey Wagner Erle Richards Frederic E.Gosnell James H. McNenny Dorothy M. Garrett Jean Barnes Howard M. Garrett
First to speak under citizens' comments was Mr. Hal Dunham, from Summit Street. He and several other residents of the Summit Street area appeared to express their concerns regarding students renting houses in the neighborhood. They asked if converting a single family house to a multi-family was in violation
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of the Village' s Zoning Ordinance?Mr. Dunham continued, and cited one particular
case where a single family house is being rented to four students by an out of
town property owner. He said something happens to rental property that is
rented to students with an absentee landlord situation. Mr. Dunham mentioned
some of the disturbances such as loud high fidelity phonographs, parties,
improper parking, littering and devaluating adjacent properties. He said with
the new Ohio law about 18 year olds not being able to drink and such parties will
no longer be allowed on campus,the situation might get worse. He asked Council
what could be done to curtail the disturbances of peace, parking, trash littering
etc. .
Law Director Drake commented that the definition of "family" in the current
Zoning Ordinance was not specific enough.
Following additional comments made by other residents of the Summit Street Council asked residents area, if any of them had called the police, when these disturbances
occur?Members brought to the attention of the residents that the Village has legislation on the books that cover these types of disturbances, and that violators can be cited.
Councilmember Bartlett asked if any anyone has tried to bring the students who
make these violations before their own judical review process. She sdid each student is subject to what is in their handbook.
In each case the residents were hesitant to cause any problems for the students, they just wanted something done to curtail the disturbances.
Vice Mayor Davison commented that unfortunately its going to take someone to make the complaint if violators are going to be cited.
Following a lengthy discussion, Manager Plunkett was directed to draft legisla- tion to amend the Zoning Ordinance and more clearly define "family"R.esidents
were asked to report other disturbances such as noise, and parking violations.
Next to speak under citizens comments was the BeechwoodT/hornewwod Drive Homeowner' s Association. Mr. David Crook, secretary for the association spoke first and read a list of questions the group would like answered, regarding inprovements for the two drives. The association is made up of 18 out of the 20 families that live on these two drives, and a definite interest in solving the road problems has been expressed. The group wanted to know if a meeting with the engineer (Bird &Bull) could be arranged so that their questions could be answered, along with some ball park figures.
Manager Plunkett stated that Bird &Bull estimates it will cost $5,000 to make a set of plans for the project. He said Mr. Turner of Bird &Bull has met with the residents but felt that it would not be fair to ask Mr. Turner to continue without pay. He said that he felt Mr. Turner would be willing to have a pre- liminary meeting with representatives of the Association, to answer their questions and show show sketches, discuss costs etc..
Council directed Manager Plunkett to go ahead and contact Bird &Bull and set up a meeting with the residents of BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives.
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September 1, 1982
Page 4 of 5
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -Councilmember Avery reported on the Commission' s meeting
held August 26th. The Commission approved a request for fencing" split rail
along the alley line at 222 South Prospect Street, and a 22' x6' privacy fence
on the south side of the same property.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 20-82, "An Ordinance To Amend Article 43 Of Ordinance No. 17-2,
And To Amend Ordinance No. 16-76", was moved for adoption by Councilmember
Avery. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Avery-yes,
Schnaidt- yes, Bartlett-yes, Harriott-yes, Davison-yes, Gallant-absent, Millerabsent.
Five yes votes, two members absent. Ordinance No. 20-82 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 22-82, "An Ordinance To Amend Section 171. 19 Of The Codified
Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville By Reducing The Credit Allowed For Tax
Paid In Another Municipality As Of January 1, 1983".Councilmember Bartlett
moved that Ordinance No. 22-82 as amended be tabled until the next regular
meeting of September 15, 1982. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
Ordinance No. 24-82, "An Ordinance To Amend Section 171. 19 Of The Codified
Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville By Reducing The Credit Allowed For Tax
Paid In Another Municipality As Of January 1, 1983".Councilmember Schnaidt
moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 24-82 as amended. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Harriott. Following a brief discussion, Councilmember Bartlett
said she would like to table Ordinance No. 24-82 as amended until the next
regular meeting of September 15, 1982. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
Pearl Street Sewer Project
Law Director Drake commented at this time that negotiations on the Pearl Street Sewer Project are still going on. The Village is attempting cation to get some clarifi- from the engineers as to the usefulness of the sewer portion already installed,
then another contractor will probably be called in to complete the unfinished project. Mr. Drake said there is a possibility of an agreement close at hand.
cMlaanimagetrhPatlu: nkett added to the discussion and said that Clyde E. Williams &Assoc., one section of the sewer pipe between Manhole No. 1006 and Manhole
No. 1007 has been laid at less than design grade, and will affect the flow. Mr.
Plunkett said this has happended with a resident engineer on the project. CEWA' s have given a cost of $21,000 to finish the engineering on the project. Mr. Plunkett asked Council if he could obtain an opinion from another engineering firm, Poggemeyer)o,n work already done. Following a brief discussion it was the con- sensus of members that the Manager should go ahead and transfer the project to the engineering firm of Lester H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc..
NEW BUSINESS -None
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MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
September 15, 1982 -Regular Council Meeting
With no further business to discuss, a motion to adjourn was made by Councilmember
Avery, seconded by Councilmember Schanidt. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9: 15 p.m..
Attest:
Clerk of Council
Mayor <L,/
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.

Council Minutes August 18, 1982

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REGULARY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
AUGUST 18, 1982
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Bartlett
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Councilmember Miller moved to excusee absentee Plunkett. member Harriott and Manager Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held at this time for the following Ordinance:
Ordinance No. 19-82 -An Ordinance Levying A Tax Beginning On The First Day Of January, 1983 And Thereafter, Of One Quarter Of One Percent 2(5. %O)ver And Above The Tax Limitation Of One Percent Imposed By Section 718.01 Of The Ohio Revised Code, For Operating Expenditures Upon All Salaries, Com- missions And Other Compensation Earned By Residents Of This Municipality; On All Salaries, Wages, Commissions And Other Compensation Earned By Non- Residents Of This Municipality; For Work Done Or Services Performed Or Ren- dered In This Municipality; On The Net Profits Earned By All Businesses, Professions Or Other Activities Conducted By All Businesses, Professions Or Other Attivities Conducted In This Municipality By Residents And Non- Residents, And On The Net Profits Earned By All Corporations Doing Business In This Municipality As A Result Of Work Done Or Services Performed Or Rendered In This Municipality; Requiring The Filing Of A Return And Furnish- ing Their Information By Employers And Also Subject To Said Tax; Imposing On All Employers The Duty Of Collecting The Taxes, Source, And Paying To This Municipality; Providing For The Administration, Collectiod And Enforcement Of Said Tax; Declaring Violation Thereof To Be A Misdeameanor Imposing Penalties Therefore And Declaring An Emergency.
Mayor Gallant reviewed the purpose and intent of the proposed ordinance for an income tax increase of one quarter of onep- ercent. He then explained that a substitute ordinance has been drafted to replace the original to clean up some legal infractions in the original title and text, and read
the substitute Ordinance title, in its entirety.
Mthri.sGoarldlainnatncthee.n asked if there were persons who wished to speak or address 1
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Mr. John Crecca, 1550 Welsh Hills Road, commented that the School Board is
going to put a 5 mill operating levy on the ballot this year and expressed
great concern that the levy might fail if the Village puts a tax increase
on the ballot as well. Mr. Crecca asked if Council could put their tax increase
off until June of next year.
Mayor Gallant responded and said the tax question could be put off until
June, 1983, in which case taxes could not be collected until January, 1984.
Libby Smith, 467 West Broadway, asked what was meant by no credit in the pro- posed ordinance.
Mayor Gallant explained. that this would be an additional 1/4%tax increase
regardless of where or how much might be paid to another municipality. If
you live in the Village and work elsewhere you would still pay a 1/4%tax to
the Village. Those who work here in the Village would also pay the additional
1/4%as well.
Mayor Gallant commented at this time that for the benefit of the rest of the
members he would like to mention that Ordinance No. 19-82 would be an attachment
to another ordinance scheduled for introduction and consideration under
New Business, (Ordinance No. 21-82).Ordinance No. 19-82 permits the
collection of the 1/4%tax increase and Ordinance No. 21-82 directs the Board
of Elections to put the issue on the ballot. Both would need to be submitted
to the Board of Elections. If passed by the voters, then Council would then
pass Ordinance No. 19-82 as an emergency measure so that the tax could be collected by January 1, 1983.
With no further questions or comments the public hearing closed at 8:00 p.m..
MINUTES
August 4, 1982 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Bartlett moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
August 11, 1982 -Council Worksession -Councilmember the worksession Miller moved to approve minutes. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Molly Amspaugh, Advocate
Jean Barnes, Sentinel
Libby Smith
M. K. Campbell
No comments were made at this time.
Dave Woodyard
John Crecca
Annie Patterson
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MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of July, 1982, was presented and reviewed.
A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of July, 1982, was presented. Following
review and discussion, Councilmember Miller moved to approve the Manager' Report s for the month of July. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commisison -Councilmember Avery reported on the August 12th
meeting. At that meeting the commission approved three applications:
Architectural Review approval on an entry-way addition, a permanent subdivision
sign (Hilengreen), and a split rail fence. The Commission also discussed
the parking of campers, motor homes, and trailers in front yards of residenceses,
which is in violation of Article 6. 11 of the Zoning Ordinance. It was brought to the Commissions attention that a homeowner on Welsh Hills Road who
was just recently annexed into the Village was in violation of this section.
Following discussion the Commission decided that they would recommend to Council
that Article 6. 11 should be modified to prohibit the parking of campers in the Village Districts and Suburban Residential District-B, in the front yard or street side yard of a corner lot for more than 72 hours.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 19-82, A"n Ordinance Levying A Tax Beginning On The First Day Of January, 1983 And Thereafter, Of One Quarter Of One Percent 2(5. %O)ver And Above The Tax Limitation Of One Percent Imposed By Section 718.01 Of The Ohio Revised Code, For Operating Expenditures Upon All Salaries, Commissions And Other Compensation Earned By Residents Of This Municipality; On All Salaries, Wages, Commissions And Other Compensation Earned By NonR- esidents Of This Municipality; For Work Done Or Services Performed Or Rendered In This Munici- pality; On The Net Profits Earned By All Businesses, Professions Or Other Activities Conducted By All Businesses, Professions Or Other Activities Con- ducted In This Municipality By Residents And Non-Residents, And On The Net Profits Earned By All Corporations Doing Business In This Municipality As A Result Of Work Done Or Services Peformed Or Rendered In This Municipality; Requiring The Filing Of A Return And Furnishing Their Information By Employers And Also Subject To Said Tax; Imposing On All Employers The Duty Of Collect- ing The Taxes, The Source, And Paying The Same To This Municipality; Providing For The Administration, Collection And Enforcement Of Said Tax; Declaring Violation Thereof To Be A Misdemeanor Imposing Penalties Therefore And Declaring An Emergency".
Councilmember Miller moved to substitute for the pending Ordinance, O"rdinance No. 198- 2, A"n Ordinance To Amend Sections 171.03, 171.07 And 171. 10 Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village To Provide For An Additional OneQ- uarter Of One Percent 0( .25%T)ax On Earnings, Income And Net Profits Subject To The Municipal Income Tax Beginning January 1, 1983 And Thereafter For The Pur- pose Of General Municipal Operations, Maintenance, New Equipment, Extentions
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And Enlargement Of Municipal Services And Facilities And Capital Improvements
Of The Municipality, And Declaring An Emergency".Motion seconded by Mayor
Gallant. Roll call vote: Miller-yes, Gallant-yes, Avery-yes, Schnaidt- Bartlett- no, no, Davison- yes, Harriott-absent. Four yes votes, two no votes,
and one absent. Motion to substitute language passed. Councilmember Miller read the substitute ordinance in its entirety.
Councilmember Miller moved that the last ordinance read be substituted for
the pending ordinance. Motion seconded by Mayor Gallant. Roll call vote: Millery-es, Gallanty-es, Averyn- o, Schnaidtn-o, Bartletty-es, Davisony-es, Harriott-absent. Four yes votes, two no votes, and one absent. Motion
carried that the ordinance last read is substituted for the pending ordinance.
Note: voting on passage 'of the above legislation was not called for at this
time. Approving the proper language allows Council to introduce and consider the legislation needed to submit the above language O( rdinance No. 198- 2) to the board of elections.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 21-82, A"n Ordinance Declaring The Necessity Of An Election On The Question Of Approving The Enactment Of An Ordinance To Amend Sections 171.03, 171.07 and 171. 10 Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village To Pro- vide For An Additional OneQ- uarter Of One Percent Tax (With Respect To Which No Credit Shall Be Granted For Tax Paid To Another Municipality) Beginning January 1, 1983 And Thereafter On Earnings, Income And Net Profits Subject To The Municipal Income Tax For The Purpose Of General Municipal Operations, Maintenance, New Equipment, Extensions And Enlargement Of Municipal Services And Facilities And Capital Improvements Of The Municipality, And Declaring MAn ilElemr.ergency"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember
Councilmember Miller moved for passage of the emergency clause. Motion seconded by Mayor Gallant. Roll call vote: Mill er-yes, Gallant-yes, Averyno,
Bartlett-no, Schnaidtn- o, Davisonn- o, Harriotta-bsent. Two yes votes, ffoauilredno. votes, and one absent. Motion for passage of the emergency clause
Councilmember Avery moved to table Ordinance No. 218-2 indefinitely. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Roll call vote: Averyy-es, Davisony-es, Millern-o, Bartletty-es, Schnaidty-es, Gallantn-o, Harriotta-bsent. Four ytaebslevdoteinsd, etwfioninteo lyvo. tes, and one absent. Motion passed, Ordinance No. 218-2
Ordinance No. 228- 2, A"n Ordinance To Amend Section 171.19 Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville By Reducing The Credit Allowed For Tax Paid In Another Municipality"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Bartlett. A public hearing was scheduled for S1e2/pt%emCobmermu1te,r 1982, at 7:30 p.m..The ordinance as read would implement a Tax.
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Ordinance No. 24-82, "An Ordinance To Amend Section 171. 19 Of The Codified
Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville By Reducing The Credit Allowed For
Tax Paid In Another Municipality", was introduced and title read in its
entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt.' A public hearing was scheduled for
September 1, 1982, at 7: 30 p.m..The ordinance as read would implement 14/%Commuter Tax. a
Ordinance No. 23-82, "An Ordinance Pursuant To Section 5705. 19, Revised
Code Submitting To The Electors The Question Of An Additional Tax Levy For
The Purpose Of Construction, Reconstruction, And Resurfacing Of Streets,
Roads And Bridges, And Declaring An Emergency"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
Councilmember Bartlett moved for passage of the emergency clause. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Bartlett-yes, Milleryes,
Schnaidt-yes, Avery-yes, Davison-no, Gallant-yes, Harriott-absent. Five yes votes, one no vote, and one absent. Emergency clause passed.
Councilmember Avery moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 238-2. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Averyn-o, Miller-no, Bartlett-no, Schnaidtn-o, Davisonn- o, Gallantn-o, Harriott-absent. Six no votes, one absent. Ordinance No. 23-82 failed to pass.
Ordinance No. 208- 2, A"n Ordinance To Repeal Article 43 Of Ordinance No. 17-2, And To Amend Ordinance No. 16-76"w,as introduced and title read inits entirety by Councilmember Avery. A public hearing was scheduled for September 1, 1982, at 7:30 p.m..
At this time Vice Mayor Davison moved that Council go into executive session. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
The purpose of the executive session was to review the findings of the Personnel Appeals Board.
Following a lengthy discussion, Council returned to regular session at 10:40 Mp.mille.rf,.olloMwotiinogn ca amrroietiodn. by Councilmember Avery, seconded by Councilmember
Councilmember Schnaidt moved that the clerk draft in resolution form and assign a number to the following motion: T"hat the findings of the Personnel Acapprreiaelsd.Board be approved"M. otion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion This will be assigned Resolution No. 82-21)
Councilmember Schnaidt moved that the clerk draft in resolution form and assign a number to the following motion: W" ith regard to the recommendations that Beryl David Wheeler be suspended without pay for a period from. July 12, A19u8g2ustthrough and including August 19, 1982, and that he be reinstated to duty on 20, 1982. The reason that the suspension should run for a period longer than that recommended by the Board is because of the potential risk to the health, peace, safety and welfare of the Village represented by Mr. Wheeler' s failure to report for duty on time, taken in conjunction with his previous history ofi-nfractions".Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. (This will be assigned Resolution No. 82-22)
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With no further business to discuss, Councilmember Bartlett moved that the
meeting be adjourned. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion
carried.
Meeting adjourned at 10: 50 p.m..
eAQr*k of C1ouncil 3SjDjo,*
Vice- Mayor
These minutes are not official until approved by members and signed by officers.
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MAYOR' S COURT REPORI
ctNaViol Kt iAnT - '""'""- - -
aleCoollfecBtoendd Mfoorniepsresfreonmt previous month month nc Paid to State (RRF &GRF) nocTrt paid in refunds or overpayments
nount paid to General Fund
1. aire bond monies remaining in account
July 1982
30
40.00
1270.00
182.00
7.00
971.00
150.00
June 1982
1
20
40.00
1724.00
260.00
295·00
lii/JEL
40.00
July 1981 v
49
0-
2362.00
153.00
0-
2209.09-
0-
r
Panki na Tickets Issued: 27 41 22
iCions: 23 Complaints: 7
Sion 2
Stop Signal 1 2
6 6 R1
improper Turn 1
IJ wyenile Court 1 2
LOrivinq Under Influence of Alcohol 1
Reckless Operation of Motor Vehicle 1 1
Failure to Yield 1 1 2
Expired Plates 8 2 4
Im,roper Plates 2 2 1
mr,pn Cnntainer in vehicle 1 1
NoC Endorsement 1 1 1
rE to control vehicle 1
Disturbing Peace 1
pett v Theft '
1
Criminal Tresoass 2
Passing Bad Checks 1
Disc,rderlv Conduct: Entoxication 1 1
Assault
1
1
No operators
1
Failure to exercise Vigilance while backing 1
Jrisafe Vehicle?No Brake lights 1 1
July 1982 June 1982 July 1981
1bited Rt. Turn on red , 1
1Protective eye device on MC/ 1
1
n
j
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Pumped
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
New Meters Installed
Meters Replaced
Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired
Water Taps
Telephone Calls
Radio Calls
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
July 1982
28,666,000
924,000
0
0
5
426
1. 413
June 1982
26,179,000
873,000
0
0
5
1
44
2
0
291
1. 276
July 1981
35,989,000
1.160.000
0
1
2
5
13
1
1
275
1.374
MANAGER' S REPORT
0
11
2
0
Manager' s Report
Page II
WASTE WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Treated
Daily Average (Gallons)
Sludge Beds Filled
Sludge Beds Cleaned
Lines Rodded
Monthly Rain Fall
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
Sand was replaced 7/82
July 1982
13.500.000
435,000
800 Ft.
2. 1 In.
Qune J982
14.218.000
474,000
0
0
500 Ft.
2. 3 In.
July .1981. .
17,323,000
559,000
2
2
1,000 Ft.
3. 1 In.
1
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Manager' s Report
Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance
Streets Swept (Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
Inlets Repaired &Adjusted
Grass Mowed (Acres)
Brush &Clippings (Loads)
Leaf Pickup (Loads)
Snow Removal
Salt Water (Gallons)
Backhoe Worked (Days)
Water Plant (Supplement)
Waste Water Plant (Supplement)
Other Projects (Hours)
Welfare (Hours)
Call Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Special Interest Items
Jul 1982 June 1982 Jul 1981
Amount Manhours Amount Manhours Amount Manhours
118
102
68
140
4
40
80
124
263
219
0
118
41L
lf3-UnitApt
3
0
1
8
0
8
0
0
0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0 2
2 0
0 0 0
1 0
1 1
0 0
1 0
Paae IV
Manager' s Report
POLICE DEPARTMENT
Motor Assists
Citations
Parkina Tickets
Accidents
1) Non-Injury
2) With Injuries
Cars Impounded
1) Violations
2) Abandoned
3) Other
Cars Checked
Homes Checked
Bicycles Stolen
1) Secured
2) Unsecured
Bicycle Accidents
1 NWoitnh-InInjujuryries
Complaints
1) Prowlers
2) Doqs
3) Vehicles
4) Other
Attempted/B&E
Thefts
False Bank Alarms
Missing Persons
1) Actual
2) Unsupported
Village Fires
1) Non-Injury
2) With Injuries
Emergency Run Assists
1) Village
2) TownshiD
Sheriff' s Deot. Assists
Ohio Hwy. Patrol Assists
Unsecured Buildings
Vehicle Miles 82-Dodge
1)7-1-82 through 7-31-82
July 1982
23
25
7
0
0
33
29.1681-
8.525
2.864
30
0
7
3
June 1982
2
n
2
31
17)511
44.029
533
3
0
14
24
2
9
10
23
18
41
July 1981
15
49
22
n
n
29
27)821
80-Ply.
10
20
4
7
5
7
37 -
0
6
18
22
3 4 2
1 1 1
0 0 1
0 0 1
0 0 0
0 0 0
4
3
8
1 0 0
0 0 2
0 1 3
0 0 0
7 4
8 6
2 6
2 2 2
16 11 12
BALANCE 6/30/ DISBURSEMENTS
FUI\L,--
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
WASTE WATER
L/1, 1 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
LITTER CONTROL &RECYCLING
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
Certificates of Deposit
General Fund
Water
356,716.81
5,096.80
1,165.64
33, 288.95
24,569.95
57,527.48
184,856.56
33, 344.77
66,960.00
13,684.20
0-
111,000.00
888, 211.16
Water Capital Improvement Waste Water
W W Capital Improvement
Equipment Reserve
TOTAL
6/30/ 82
210,000
30,000
0
40,000
100,000
66,960
446,960
82 E C E-IPTS
52, 741.74
1,865.28
151.23
36,599.87
0-
16, 705.70
0-
7, 387.00
0-
0-
0-
0-
115,450.82
43,964.75
3,409.94
176.51
28,578.93
216.50
7,720.38
7,533.13
8,047.51
0-
0-
0-
0-
99,647.65
Certificates of Deposit
General Fund
Water
Water Capital Improvement
Waste Water
W W Capital Improvement
Equipment Reserve
BALANC
365,493.80
3,552.14
1,140.36
41,309.89
24,353.45
66,512.80
177,323.43
32,684.26
66,960.00
13,684.20
0-
111,000.00
904,014.33
7/31/ 82
210,000
30,000
0
40,000
100,000
66,960
TOTAL 446,960

Council Minutes August 4, 1982

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CALL TO ORDER
REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
AUGUST 4, 1982
Vice Mayor Davison convened the meeting in Mayor Gallant' s absence, at 7: 30 p.m..
Mayor Gallant will join the meeting later on.
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Bartlett
Councilmember Avery
Vice Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Davison
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Schnaidt moved to excuse absentee members Harriott and Miller.
Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held at this time for Ordinance No. 18-82, "An Ordinance To
Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate Funds For Capital Expenditures In The General Fund".
No one appeared to speak either in favor of or opposed to this -ordinance. Public
hearing closed at 7: 33 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
July 21, 1982 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Avery moved the minutes
be approved as submitted. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
July 28, 1982 -Council Worksession - Following a brief discussion, Councilmember
Bartlett moved the minutes be approved as corrected. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
July 28, 1982 -Special Council Meeting -Councilmember Schnaidt moved the minutes
be approved carried. as submitted. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Signing the register was:
Molly Amspaugh, Newark Advocate
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COMMITTEE REPORTS
Recreation Commission -Councilmember Bartlett reported on the recent Recreation
Commission meeting. The meeting centered on the Commission' s budget and revamp- ing budget procedures.
Improvement Board -Vice Mayor Davison reported that the Improvement Board met
to consider what should be done with the Opera House lot. A dozen ideas were
received and reviewed of park plans submitted by citizens' and interested persons.
Suggested ideas that had a high maintenance or liability were ruled out. The
Board decided to contact Ohio State University and see if they can get a graduate
to take on the park design as a project. The Board also discussed what should be
done with the Elm tree on the corner of Main and Broadway. Consensus of the bers mem- was to leave the Elm up this year and consider something next year.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 18-82, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appropriate
Funds For Capital Expenditures In The General Fund", was moved for adoption by
Councilmember Avery. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Roll call vote:
Avery-yes, Bartlett-yes, Schnaidt- yes, Davison-yes, Gallant-yes, Harriott-absent,
Miller-absent. Five yes votes, two members absent. Ordinance No. 18-82 duly adopted.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 19-82, "An Ordinance Levying A Tax Beginning On The First Day Of
January, 1983 And Thereafter, Of One Quarter Of One Percent 2(5. %O)ver And Above The Tax Limitation Of One Percent Imposed By Section 718.01 Of The Ohio Revised Code, For Operating Expenditures Upon All Salaries, Wages, Commissions And Other
Compensation Earned By Non-Residents Of This Municipality; On The Net Profits Earned By All Businesses, Professions Or Other Activities Conducted By All
Businesses, Professions Or Other Activities Conducted In This Municipality By Residents And Non-Residents, And On The Net Profits Earned By All Corporations
Doing Business In This Municipality As A Result Of Work Done Or Services Per- formed Or Rendered In This Municipality; Requiring The Filing Of A Return And
Furnishing Their Information By Employers And Also Subject To Said Tax; Imposing On All Employers The Duty Of Collecting The Taxes, The Source, And Paying The Same To This Municipality; Providing For The Administration, Collection And En- forcement Of Said Tax; Declaring Violation Thereof To Be A Misdemeaner Imposing Penalties Therefore And Declaring An Emergency"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt. A public hearing on this ordinance was scheduled for August 18, 1982, at 7: 30 p.m..
Resolution No. 82-20, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract With C.F.Bird &R.J.Bull, Ltd.,To Provide Engineering Services For The Design, Survey And Construction Relative To The Reconstruction Of Wildwood Drive"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-20. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried.
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August 4, 1982
Page 3 of 3
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
August 18, 1982 -Regular Council Meeting -7: 30 p.m..
August 10, 1982 -Ways &Means Committee Meeting -4: 15 p.m.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Personnel Appeals Board Hearing -Thursday, August 5, 1982.
With no further business 8: 05 to discuss the meeting adjourned by mutual consent at p.m..
Clerk of Council
Mayot-/
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MAYOR' S COURT REPORl
nrr= Licity
7 I:, Violdi fAn s Ile of Bond Monies from previous month Collected for present month
.-- Paid to State (RRF &GRF) wount paid in refunds or overpayments
iount paid to General Fund
cE- '·e. bond monies remaining in account
June 1982
20
40.00
1724.00
260.00
295.00
1169.00
40.00
4
47
150.00
3110.00
481.00
100.00
2489.00
40.00
57
0-
1028.00
72.00
0-
956.00
0-
May 1982 June 1981
Pillna Tickets Issued: 41 33 41
a.ions: 18 Comolaints: 2
2200 Slan 2
Stop Signal 6 5
leed 6 16 31
tmproper Turn 2 2
Juvenile Court 1 2 5
iffvlnq Under Influence of Alcohol 1 1
3*ckless Operation of Motor Vehicle 1 2
djllure to Yield 1 2
pi red Plates 2 1 1
4.C-hrrptors T,1 cense 1 3
,rp t.n Exprni Ap Vi 01-1 anne 1 n Backing 1 2 1
9¥>tn <flisplf,v nroner nlates 2 1 1
517R n-=A-kp 1 1 ght.Q 1
CM, M3/(endorsement 1 1
tlwl sifination 1
ippling 'Ty'res 1
eel nq Officer 1
illioze_ 110 yield at crosswalk 1
rohibited right turn on red 1
Juor Consumption in motor vehicle 1
Essing Bad Checks 1 1
etty Theft 1
June 1982 May 1982 June 1981
O:izational Criminal Liability &Disturbing 1
peace
g Wrong Way on One Way 1
i
M Passing to left at intersection 1
Driving under suspension
Aggravated Menacing 1
Assault
1 1 j
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WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Pumped
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
New Meters Installed
Meters Replaced
Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired
Water Taps
Telephone Calls
Radio Calls
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
26,179,000
873.000
0
2
0
291
1.276
0
5
1
44
May 1982
33,314,000
1,070,000
7
0
19
26
16
1
0
507
1.696
June 1981
25,919,000
1,200,000
0
1
15
0
183
1.208
1) All of the above radio and telephone calls were Police Department related.
All calls were acted upon by Water Department employees after regular Village Office hours.
2) June 1st through June 3rd installed electric motor operators on filter valves.
3) June 8th, repaired service leak and installed curb box at 188 Welsh Hills Rd.
4) June 15th, electricity 4. 14 a.m.J,une 16, 198w2a. s off at the Water Plant from 10: 30 p.m.u,ntil
OwensC- orning Fiberglas Technical Center Booster Station electric panel struck by lightning.
6) June 18th repaired water service at 720 West Broadway.
7) June 23rd repaired fire hydrant at Pearl and East Maple.
MANAGER' S REPORT
June 1982
0
0
0
Manager' s Report
Page II
WASTE WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Treated
Daily Average (Gallons)
Sludge Beds Filled
Sludge Beds Cleaned
Lines Rodded
Monthly Rain Fall
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
j]HEe ,1982 ...
0
14,218,000
474,000
500 Ft.
2. 3 In.
May 1982
16,500,000
532,000
1,000 Ft.
2.8 In.
Jp!19 .
16,020,000
534,000
3. 55 In.
0 0 1
0 1 1
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Manager' s Report
POLICE DEPARTMENT
Motor Assists
Citations
Parking Tickets
Accidents
1) Non-Injury
2) With Injuries
Cars Impounded
1) Violations
2) Abandoned
3) Other
Cars Checked
Homes Checked
Bicycles Stolen
1) Secured
2) Unsecured
1 )
Bicycle Accidents
Non-Injury
With Iniuries
Com laints
Prowlers
2) Dogs
3) Vehicles
4) Other
Attempted/B&E
Thefts
False Bank Alarms
Missing Persons
1) Actual
2) Unsupported
Village Fires
1) Non-Injury
2) With Injuries
Emergency Run Assists
1) Village
2) Townshio
Sheriff' s DeDt. Assists
Ohio Hwy. Patrol Assists
Unsecured Buildings
Vehicle Miles
1) 6-1-82 through 6-30-82
June 1982
0
2
31
17)511
11
82 k 5,561 Dodge"..
2,720
3
0
14
24
2
May 1982
5
0
0
34
14)265
10
43,405
2
3
14
70
20
39
June 1981
0
1
0
23
22)571
80
Plymouth
1
5
10
45
1
1,343
23 24
18 55
41 33 41
4 8 8
1 3 1
2
0 0 1
0 3 0
0 0 0
0 0 1
0
9 10 5
10 12 5
0 0
0 0 0
1 8 2
0 0 0
4 9 9
6 11 13
6 5 3
2 2 1
7
FUND
DISBURSEMENT
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
WASTE WATER
WW CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
LITTER CONTROL &RECYCLING
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
BALANC3E2-2_18/2 - ...
286,212.28
892.98
866.93
31,975.63
24,569.95
56,066.15
199,764.59
39,218.49
66,960.00
6,880.80
0-
111,000.00
824,407.80
Certificates of Deposit 5/31/ 82
General Fund
210,000
Water 30,000
Water Capital Improvement
Waste Water
W W Capital Improvement
Equipment Reserve
0
40,000
100,000
40,000
TAL 420,000
ibilibS
117,612.62
5,764.69
467.40
22,705.74
0-
6,766.85
0-
0-
0-
7,017.45
0-
0-
160,334.75
47,108.09
1,560.87
168.69
21,392.42
0-
5,305.52
14,908.03
5,873.72
0-
214.05
0-
0-
96,531.39
S BALANCE 6/6
356,716.81
5,096.80
1,165.64
33,288.95
24,569.95
57,527.48
184,856.56
33,344.77
66,960.00
13,684.20
0-
111,000.00
888,211.16
Certificates of Deposit 6/30/ 82
General Fund
Water
Water Capital Improvement
Waste Water
W W Capital Improvement
Equipment Reserve
210,000
30,000
0
40,000
100,000
66,960
TO TOTAL $446,960
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SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced (Repaired)
Street Maintenance( Tons)
Streets Swept (Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
Inlets Repaired &Adjusted
Grass Mowed (Acres)
Brush &Clippings (Loads)
Leaf Pickup (Loads)
Snow Removal
Salt Water (Gallons)
Backhoe Worked (Days)
Water Plant (Supplement)
Waste Water Plant (Supplement)
Other Projects (Hours)
Welfare (Hours)
Call Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Special Interest Items
June 1982
Amount Manhours
0
11
68
31
25
0
0
0
5
145
8 .5
124
263
219
10
148
0
Ma 1982 June 1981
unt Manhours Amount Maohours
12 155.-
45 04
A2
54 32
64 11.A:..
3 12
38 1 20
61 480
2
n
0 0
14
0 n ar „
0 0 8 0 320
460
109 215
1 2
118 80 80
0 1 0
7 3 6
0 n n
0 n 1
0 0 1
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Village of Granville
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On that date, we will begin delivering via satellite the Satellite
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This will replace the old UPI data news feed on cable channel 7 since
it will provide a more sophisticated news service to keep our· community
informed.
Satellite News Channel, which is a joint venture of Group W (Westinghouse)
and ABC Video, is a major breakthrough in cable television programming,
and we are one of the first cable systems in the country to offer it.
It combines the immediacy of all-news radio with the visual impact of
television to bring viewers continuously updated news reports. It
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so that viewers can receive a complete summary of current developments
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news organizations. Each hour, these associates will provide five
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As a resident of this area, I hope you will have an opportunity to view
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Meanwhile, should you have any questions about Satellite News Channel
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Council Minutes July 28, 1982

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SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JULY 28, 1982
Mayor Gallant called this Special Meeting of Village Council for the purpose
of discussing pending legal matters relating to the Pearl Street Sewer project.
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 9: 17 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Bartlett
Mayor -
Vice Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Gallant
Davison
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Schnaidt moved to excuse absentee member Harriott. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
Vice Mayor Davison moved to go into executive session. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
Following a brief discussion, Councilmember Schnaidt moved to close the executive
session and return to regular session. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Bartlett. Motion carried.
The meeting adjourned by common consent at 9: 29 p.m..
Attest:
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Council Minutes July 21, 1982

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JULY 21, 1982
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Harriott
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Bartlett
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Schnaidt
Vice Mayor Davison
Mayor Gallant
Manager Plunkett
Councilmember Miller moved to excuse Law Director, Robert N. Drake. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried.
MINUTES
July 7, 1982 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Miller moved the minutes
be approved as amended. Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Motion
carried.
July 14, 1982 -Special Council Meeting -Councilmember Schnaidt moved the
minutes be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Jan Packard, Granville Fire Safety Inspector
Rick Bline, Granville Sentinel
Mayor Gallant waived rules of order and deferred Ms. Packard' s comments until
later on in the agenda under Committee Reports.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of June was presented and reviewed. A of that report is hereby attached copy as part of these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s report for the month of June was presented.Additional information
given by the Manager was as follows:
The water booster station pump adjacent to Owens-Corning Fiberglas Technical Ctr.,
was destroyed by lightning on June 15th. He said the Village will have to
p1a3y,0 $02000c,oasntd the rest will be covered by the Insurance Co.a, t approximately to them.
Ralph Blackstone has designed a bucket for the backhoe that has been approved
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by the State of Ohio Department of Industrial Relations. He said the material
cost to the Village was about $200, but will save the Village the expense of
purchasing another piece of equipment.
A suggestion was made that the Manager send a note of appreciation to Mr.
Blackstone on behalf of the Village, and Council.
Mr. Gallant asked if the cement and debris has been cleaned out of the catch
basins near Ralph Baker' s house. Manager Plunkett said this was scheduled for
cleanout yesterday and today, not all of them are done however.
Ms. Miller questioned item number three under Special Interest Items listed in
the Water Department Report portion of the Manager' s Report. Manager Plunkett
explained that when a service leak was repaired, a new curb box was installed.
The curb box is placed at the edge of the lot and enables the water department
to shut off the water for repairs etc.,if it would become necessary.
Following a brief review and discussion of the Manager' s Report, a motion to
approve the report for the month of June was made by Councilmember Miller seconded and by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Safety &Health -Councilmember Schnaidt stated that it has been brought to his attention that commercial type businesses when changing a use have to go to the State with their proposed plans for the change over. The State must then
approve their plans before they can start any remodeling, renovation, etc.. He saidwhat' s been happening is that when an application goes through the Develop- ment Commission for a changei-n-use and passes, the applicant has been going ahead without State approval. Then Jan suddenly becomes the bad person when she inspects the premises and finds violations according to the State Code. He pointed out that something should be resolved about this. A couple of alterna- tive suggestions he could think of was:
Advise the applicant that they must submit their plans to the State and obtain their approval before opening up for business.
Adopt a Building Code like Newark and have your own building and inspection departments to handle the matter. To this he said he didn' t feel the Village could afford to spend the money to have a full-fledged building department.
Working out something with the people in Newark who handle their build- ing department and prehaps being able to hire them on an off-time basis. He said these people are qualified to do the inspections. If we would go that way, he assumes there would be an increase in permit fees. Mr. Schnaidt said he has had an opportunity to work with these people and talk with them the last few days and they are super to talk with, and willing to work with you so that things can be done before you spend a lot of money with an architect. He felt there would be an advantage to being. able to work as Newark does. He said he didn' t feel the State people would have the time to
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work that closely with us, and we would not gain that good working relationship.
Jan Packard spoke at this time and commented that people expects her to do more
than she' s able to do. Her title is State Fire Code Inspector, and her job is
to enforce the State Fire Code. She said this is mostly checking up on things
and making sure the requirements of the code are adhered to. She said maybe
her job is more in the realm of maintenance, where as a building inspector is
the one who would come in and tell whats originally required of buildings. So,
if a buildings use is changed in Granville, such as residence, or changed to
a meeting hall, or some other use, then she has no authority to say what' s required
before that opens. She said people tend to think that this type of thing
is my position, but she really doesn' t have that authority. Her authority
doesn' t come in until the people open up as the new use and then her job is to
make sure the things required by the building people are carried out. She said
she really couldn' t say what needs to be done before a business opens because
that falls under the building code and her job is to enforce the fire code.
Mayor Gallant commented that by our not having a building code then approval
would fall upon the state. Is there anything that is being done now to advise
applicants requesting a change-in-use that they will need to get some approval
from the state.
Manager Plunkett said that recently Jan has made arrangements for the State to
make the inspection of the change-in-use proposed for a number of little shops
where the School Superintendent' s office used to be. He said so far the State
has not been here and that has been over a week and a half ago. He said he
doubted that this was typical. He said we did make one other conversion before
this matter came to everyone' s attention, and that was Randy Oliverio' s
move to the north side of East Broadway above Fuller' s Market. He said that
will have to be inspected as well.
Mr. Gallant asked, legally are they permitted to open before the State Building
Inspector gives approval. Mr. Plunkett said he wouldn' t think so.
Councilmember Harriott asked if that would include samples of materials, exits, wiring etc..Mr. Schnaidt commented that if your talking about a merchantile
exposure upstairs they might think the stairs present a fire or safety hazard,
or would not meet state fire and safety specifications, and suppose a number of things could come into play.
Manager Plunkett stated that we could be opening a Pandora' s box either The issue is way. reconsideratioonns the floor and has to be dealt with, and could mean some serious in the downtown area.
Mayor Gallant asked if the Village had to have their own Code. He asked if it would be allright to have your own building inspector who operates under the State Code, and therefore have a more expedient inspection.
Ms. Packard said the inspector has to be certified, and a licensed engineer.
Manager Plunkett said that we could come to a contract arrangement with the Building Officials and Code Administrator' s Organization, which does have a office in Columbus. He said in addition you would get a lot of updated material and the services that go with it, for a few thousand.
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Councilmember Avery asked how has it been handled up to now with businesses
goingin? Whenyou authorize a building or remodeling permit in a crucial area
will a copy of the permit be forwarded to the State? Manager Plunkett responded,
automatically no, that has been the responsibility of the people to do so.
Manager Plunkett commented that what really brought this all about, we were
suddenly faced with not one but two requests for change-in-uses for the second
floor on the north side of East Broadway in the business area and in looking
at that building across the street it became obvious that perhaps somebody beyond
the Development Commission should take a look at this from a safety standpoint
since there is only one exit from that particular set of shops proposed
for the second floor and that is the front exit. He said perhaps a second exit
would be in order.
Mr. Schnaidt commented that we have totally ignored the problem but putting
Ms. Packard in a bind as our fire inspector. is another matter, and making her
available because she has to enforce the code.
Ms. Packard commented that she is also obligated to report any other violations
to the code if she sees them, adding, that they are all connected some way or another.
Mr. Schnaidt explained that it' s easier if things are taken care of before Jan does
her inspection than after, it might cost the people $100 to make adjustments or corrections than after they move in, then it causes problems.
Ms. Packard said that it was getting to the point where she couldn' t keep up with
it. The only time she finds out about a change is if she happens to find out
about it earlier. She said for example the Furniture House change to apartments,
and the Bancroft House change to a school, they were referred to the state, they had so to go through the inspection. She explained that it was not really her
responsibility, but if she does inspects, it certainly helps her a lot. She said
sometimes she doesn' t know about the change until a few days before a shop is to open.
Councilmember Miller expressed concern that there was not a second exit out
of the proposed shops and felt it was a very serious problem.
Mayor Gallant at this time referred this to the Safety &Health Committee. He
asked Mr. Schnaidt to talk with Mr. Avery, as representative to the Development
Commission, because it might also involve an amendment to the Zoning Ordinance
to require that certain inspections be carried out prior to submitting an applica- tion for a change-in-use or something of that kind. Perhaps also, he might get with the Manager and look into the possibilities of some kind of intergovernmental
contract that might provide some services without our having to train somebody or getting our own engineer.
Councilmember Bartlett felt that we really didn' t need anyone, if the people
would do this themsel ves, there would be no cost to advising the people that they must get State approval. Mayor Gallant commented that primarilyit' swaiting for the State to make their approval.
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Councilmember Miller said now that we are aware of this we should immediately
inform these people. She suggested that if a delay is needed then the
Zoning/ Building Permit could be delayed until approval is made by the State.
Manager Plunkett stated that the pending applications are well aware of this
and are not going to do anything until they get approval.
At the conclusion of the discussion Mayor Gallant thanked Ms. Packard for attending
the meeting and making them aware of this matter.
Development Commission -Councilmember Avery reported on the regular meeting of July 8th. He said he did not attend the meeting because From the he was out of town. minutes of that meeting he said that two change-in-use requests were approved, one for several shops above the Central Trust Building, and the other is for the former Children' s Corner shop. He said final revisions of the pro- posed sign code were made and a recommendation to submit the proposed Sign Code- Article 33, to Village Council for their consideration.
Utilities Committee -Manager Plunkett stated in reference to the Pearl Street Sewer project, that a meeting took place yesterday with the contractor and his
attorney, our attorney and Clyde E. Williams Associates, Inc..He said essentially the contractor wanted to be paid extra for work with the mediumpressure
gas line, shoring etc,,Our lawyer said no to any extra payments, and that we felt the contractor had an obligation to live up to the contract. Manager Plunkett commented that he was told that three contracting firms- were in touch with Clyde E. Williams Associates, Inc.,for bid specifications of the job at the request of the bonding company.
Noise Ordinance -Vice Mayor Davison stated that he doesn' t believe any of us question the fact that we do have a noise pollution problem in the Village and if anyone has read last nights paper, noisyness in College areas urk neighbors. Mr. Davison then read the newspaper article. He said I think most of you know
we have received a request by thirty-one signatures that we attempt to do some- thing about the noise problem.
Mr. Davison said in looking through the information Manager Plunkett gave him and checking other municipalities who are attempting to do something about the noise pollution, it does seem to be a taylor-made situation for each community. He said one of the major cities in Ohio who have done something about their noise problem as far as legislation is Painesville, Ohio. Continuing, Mr. Davison said that Painesville' s major problem was vehicular traffic. Mr. Davison handed out copies of Painesville' s Noise Ordinance. He said, as you you will see is taylored towards that particular problem. Mr. Davison said abnacseically what this ordinance does, is follow the model community noise ordin- prepared by the EPA and members can see how you have to go through some technical items. On page 5 of the Painesville Ordinance they have designated the municipal sound levels table, one for residential areas, and specific times. For enforcement of the ordinance a portable noise proportionate sound level meter is used, which can be attached to a cruiser and can make the necessary readings for the times specified. Mr. Davison said in other words one just doesn' t sit there and look at the gage, there are some time restrictions as to how long you have to measure the sound levels of a particular location.
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the most popular meter that is used is one made by 3M, and basic cost is $850.00,
and total cost with all the attachments (to mount on cruiser),is $1070. 00. The
problem is calibration with these meters. They apparently have to be calibrated
about every day by someone who knows how to do the calabration to make sure they
are within the tolerences that are acceptable. Mr. Davison said that he then
went back to see what actually is in our Code of Ordinances and Section 509. 99
of our code, under disorderly Conduct and Peace Disturbance, is a very fine
definition of what we could use as is, if it' s enforced. Copies of Section 509.99,
of the Village' s Code of Ordinances was distributed to members for review.
Mr. Davison felt the section was very plain, our basic problem with paragraph (2),
is that some of the older people in the Village might think that midnight is too
late for playing items listed in this paragraph. But, Mr. Davison thought that
we have a workable ordinance right here on our own books, and it is a question of
enforcing it. He said what he would like to be able to suggest is to say to the
people who are concerned with this problem that we do have a workable ordinance
that is going to be enforced, and that we pass the word around as best particularly we can, before the times when we do have problems.
Mayor Gallant spoke at this time and commented that the Painesville Ordinance is
9: 00 p.m.,and maybe 12: 00 p.m.,as listed in our Ordinance might be a bit late
and maybe we should consider that. Also, the letter we received from Mrs. Parsons
mentioned that music is being played all day long, coming from King Hall, plus a number of residents from Stone Hall have signed the petition so that would be during the day time, and she said many times in the spring starting about noon kids turn on their stereos and you can hear it all over the neighborhood, so 11:00-7:00 in the morning wouldn' t cover those situations, so we might have to again amend the ordinance to provide some sort of tranquility in the daylight hours from noise or music which is unreasonable.
Mr. Davison said he thought the present ordinance makes two distinctions, first
is the sound "disturbing the peace, quiet and comfort of the neighboring inhabitants
at any time"a,nd second, t"o, be plainly audible at a distance of fifty (50) feet, from 12: 00-7:00",so it would cover both situations expressed by Mr. Gallant.
He further commented that he can see what problems might arise from getting too technical about this but at the same time would like to say there is a concern voiced about the noise and that the Village intends to enforce what' son the books.
With no further comments or questions dicussion on Committee Reports closed. A
copy of the Painesville' s Noise Ordinance 6nd the Village' s Section 509. 99 is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
OLD BUSINESS -None
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 17-82, A"n Ordinance To Establish A Personnel Appeals Board Of The Village Of Granville, Ohio, And Declaring An Emergency"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of the emergency clause, Section III. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Roll call vote: Schnaidty-es, Davisony-es, Millery-es, Harriotty-es, Averyy-es, Bartletty-es, Gallanty-es. Seven yes votes. Emergency clause passed.
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Councilmember Schnaidt moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 17-82. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Schnaidt- Avery- yes, Millery-es, Harriotty-es, No. 17y8-e2s, Bartletty-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. Seven yes votes. Ordinance duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 18-82, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 258-1 And Appropriate Funds For Capital Expenditures In The General Fund"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Avery. A public hearing was scheduled at this time for August 4, 1982, at 7: 30 p.m.,for this ordinance.
Resolution No. 82-18, A" Resolution To Declare The Destruction By Lightning Of The Water Booster Station Pump Located At Columbus Road, Adjacent To The Owens- Corning Fiberglas Technical Center A Public Disaster And To Authorize The Village Manager To Obtain The Necessary Replacement And Services Attendant Thereto In The OCpoeunncMilmaerkmebt eWr ithout Competition"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Miller
Councilmember Miller moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-18. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Roll call vote: Millery-es, Bartletty-es, Schnaidty-es, Harriotty-es, Averyy-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. Seven yes votes. Resolution No. 82-18 duly passed.
Resolution No. 82-19, T"o Authorize The Licking County Board Of Elections To Submit The' Question S" hall The Charter Of The Village Of Granville Be Amended As Recommended By The Village Council"T,o The Electors Of The Village On The Novem- ber Ballot", was introduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-19. Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Davisony-es, Bartletty-es, Averyy-es, Schnaidty-es, Gallanty-es. No. 82-19 duly passed.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Motion seconded by
Miller-yes, Harriott-yes,
Seven yes votes. Resolution
July 28, 1982 -7: 30 p.m. -Village Meeting (Council Worksession)
With no further business to discuss the meeting adjourned at 8:58 p.m.f,ollowing ca amrroietiodn. made by Councilmember Miller, seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion
Attest:
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These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.

Council Minutes July 14, 1982

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SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING
Z6/*t5*£'4* *5 ** JULY 14, 1982
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Bartlett
Councilmember Harriott
Vice Mayor -Davison
Mayor Gallant
Councilmember Schnaidt moved to excuse absentee member Avery and Law Director
Drake. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held at this time on the Proposed 1983 County Tax Budget and Revenue Sharing Planned Uses for Entitlement Period 14.
Manager Plunkett stated at this time that the initial figures he had determined
previously came from the budget estimates prepared last October which were somewhat in error,which caused a little bit of a panic on his part. On going back over those figures he had found some unappropriated balances and some additional revenues. The additonal revenues were primarily $67,000 in interest income earned in 1981, which he added, were mainly due to the efforts of Shirley Robertson, Finance Director, in a pretty finely honed cash management
program, and this year has brought us over $30,000 in interest income. Next
year however, since presumably the Pearl Street Sewer will be completed, we won' t have that money in Capital Improvement Reserve anymore and some of our balances may be somewhat reduced in the General Fund, but we will still have 60 to $70,000 in the Capital Improvement Reserve Fund plus whatever Water and Sewer Capital Improvement Funds are available in consideration of. some. of the
water improvements and some of the sewer work that will be coming with the Wastewater Treatment Plant. Manager Plunkett said next year he ,has. calculated
that the Village will probably make in: the. vicinity·of $10 to $15,000 in income whicMhancaoguerldPgluronwkeltat rcgonetrina,u.sseudm, inagndasllaidthitnhgast trehmea ir$2i 5i,n000normal p -en:i.mee··*r. 2»2247*32£&1*) not spent last for Wildwood Drive was year whicb we had expected to. There were a numbet of other things, we saved over a $1,000 by my not going to the National:C' ity Manager' s Conference. A number of other items thatwe didn' t fully expend last year, which gave us the false reading. He said:we did not have to spend any of the 1,500 for legal monies, which as you know from the Pearl Street Sewer experi- ence may be different this year, we may spend some of that money. A new leaf-· machine was not purchased, and some of the other things that were appropriated for but did not get spent. He said this was the reason for the discrepancy in the two estimates given to Council. In going over the figures with Shirley Robertson we did come up with a significantly better balance than was initially provided. Next year the property tax, as quoted by the County Auditor' s office will be in the vicinity of $50,000, income tax with assuming a 1/4-1/2%
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Commuter Tax" being applied, plus, the addition of the high school, we should
derive approximately $240,000 in income tax income. The rest of the income
figures are just about the same next year as this year. We are again estimating
approximately $3,000 in property rental income. In our Water Fund we will
need to raise rates probably a relatively small percentage again next keep year to up with our expenses,assuming a relatively constant amount is put aside
for Water Capital Improvements. We will have some additonal expenditures next
year in the Sewer Fund, primarily for costs associated with the design of the Wastewater Treatment Plant, which looks at least at this moment, to be at that
stage where we will actually be in the design phase. We may actually get into the construction phase by the end of next year. He said we could well be out
to bid by December, 1983, and possibly start construction. Mr. Plunkett
concluded that this was about the summation for general discussion purposes, the General Fund expenditutes which were previously cut out because of what appeared to be a real short fall. General Fund expenditures will be up about 2.5%or $25,944, roughfully $26,000. All of the other funds will decrease slightly in expenditures. Mr. Plunkett said this does not include any of the Capital Improvement Plans that he submitted to Council about a month ago. He said some dealing with those plans should come in the next few months, because
some Capital Improvements will have to be made. Enough money was included in the annual street construction to do another major project and the normal re- construction work, similar to what' s going to be handled this year.
Mr. Gallant asked at this time if there was anyone who wished to speak at this 1983 County Tax Budget and Revenue Sharing hearing. He asked Manager Plunkett if he wanted Cindy Krause to wait until after this discussion is con- cluded, for seperate consideration, or did he want to include her request now. Mr. Plunkett felt it would be appropriate since it' s all in one sphere.
Councilmember Miller asked Manager Plunkett if most of the cuts previously made were restored. Manager Plunkett responded and said most had been restored. He did not however add any cost of living increase to any of the employees but did restore the merit increases of the normal step increases that would take place on a scheduled basis. The revenue sharing is as originally drafted, there is one variation, he said he put the Fellowship as a $3,000 allocation and noticed the written request submitted by Mrs. Krause is for $3,700.
Councilmember Miller asked about the Waste Water Capital Improvements. Manager Plunkett said with the Waste Water Plant Grant becoming a reality, that parti- cular Capital Improvement can be shelved. Mrs. Miller mentioned the Water Capital Improvements listed seperately in the budget. Mr. Plunkett said these were normal annual capital improvements to the plant itself, that' s exclusive of the major Capital Improvement Plan, that plan primarily dealt with issues like the elevated storage tank, the alternate power source, those kind of things that are going to be major bond issue type expenditures. Mrs. Miller said, then they don' t have to be dealt with right now. Manager Plunkett answered yes, the Capital Improvements Plans such as the flocculation system, which is a normal operational capital improvement, and will be with us for a long time but eisvennot.t going to require a bond issue and can be handled in the normal course of
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Mr. Gallant at this time read the written request for Revenue Sharing Funds
submitted by Cindy Krause, for the Granville Fellowship. He said
Cindy can make any additional comments she might have. A copy of that letter
is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Mrs. Krause then commented that she wanted to indicate this November the
Sinnett House will have been opened for ten years, and for that time the
Granville Village Council has provided our funds. For the last six this years, money was to cover rent for one floor and then as our program increased it included the rent for both floors of the Sinnett House. Mrs. Krause said
then three years ago the Village Council increased the revenue sharing funds to include both rent and utilities. Last year and this year due to the increase
in utilities, the funds were not enough to cover expenses but they
were able to pick up the ekpense not covered by Council' s allocation. She said the Fellowship would be willing to cooperate and plan for whatever would be appopriate, if Council could cover the increase. Mrs. Krause continued and said that approximately 150 people are involved who participate in the Fellow- ship. She said not all of the retired people in the Village and Township
are involved, but programs are available for any of those who would wish to participate. We have provided some new programs this year, which involve
screening hearing and speech screening, which Sertoma sponsored, and Sinnett House made their facility available, also, art classes etc..The ongoing
programs include educational programs and other types of recreation. Mrs. Krause said she would respond to any questions Council may have. She said she thought the Manager had indicated that Council had budgeted 3$,000 for the Fellowship,this year the allocation was for $3,700. She said she didn' t know whether a 23%increase in utilities was a realistic figure. Manager wPhluicnhkett mentioned that the Village had a jump in their large power contract was about 40%.
Mayor Gallant asked members if they had any questions. Councilmember Schnaidt asked if the Township contributes to the Fellowship. Mrs. Krause responded and said they contribute 3$,000. These monies are distributed more towards the recreational areas. Councilmember Harriott asked Mrs. Krause what the total budget for the Fellowship might be, in ball park figures. Mrs. Krause responded and said approximately 1$4,700. We receive donations from partici- pants but do not have membership dues. People donate whenever they partici- pate in an activity. Since this past February we have ceased to lease a car, the Fellowship now owns a late model station wagon and are happy to report since owning this car outright, we have been able to meet our monthly expenses and to put a small amount away for servicing of the car. She said the Fellow- ship was not able to meet the lease payment. We then solicited for funds solely for the purpose of buying a car.
Mayor Gallant asked the Manager if this was a preliminary step, and at what point would the decision about the use of revenue sharing funds be locked in. Would it be with our regular budget approval? Manager Plunkett said it would be locked in with the final budget in the fall. There would be an additional hearing on proposed uses in the fall. At any time in the year anyone can sub- mit to the Village Manager requests for revenue sharing funds and would be ctaoknesnidaesraptiaornt .of the testimony at the proposed use hearing and for everyone' s
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Mayor Gallant commented that according to the proposed 1983 County Tax Budget,
33,000 in anticipated revenue sharing funds was listed, and questioned the
figure. Manager Plunkett said in 1983 we expect to receive $29,000, on the
proposed budget we have $33,000 balance on which to draw from.
Mayor Gallant asked if there were any additional questions or comments from
guests.
Sara Jean Wilhelm, representing the Granville Recreation Commission asked what
amount had been allocated for the Recreation Commission. Manager Plunkett
responded and said $3,000. He mentioned that he spoke with Mr. Layman earlier
this evening regarding the allocation. Mr. Plunkett mentioned that it has been
a struggle for the Commission to get their park moving. He said they held funds
over last year for this year for this purpose.
Mayor Gallant asked Manager Plunkett if he would suggest at some time the
Recreation Commission submit in writing a formal request? Manager Plunkett said yes.
Mrs. Wilhelm commented further and said that the Commission will need to have
it to Council in order for it to be included in their budget, and asked if
Council would tentatively approve the request. tonight. Manager Plunkett said
in the County Tax Budget there is provisions for $3,000 for the Recreation
Commission, or, if Council approves the proposed County Tax Budget (Res. No. 82-17),then that would be a tentative really approval. Mr. Gallant said it wouldn' t become realistic until the budget is passed in the fall.
Mayor Gallant commented at this time that members will have the opportunity
to add other comments after the public hearing during our Old Business when actually considering the Resolution 82-17. Adding, that if there were any additional questions which the public might benefit at this time then that' s legimate, but thought members could hold discussion until Old Business when they consider the Resolution. He asked if there were anymore to be said as part of the public hearing?Questions or comments that might be appropriate for the public hearing.
With no further comments offered, Mayor Gallant declared the public hearing closed at 7: 56 p.m.,and action on the County Tax Budget held for Old Business.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Cynthia Krause, Granville Fellowship
Sara Jean Wilhelm, Granville Recreation Commission
Rick Bline, Granville Sentinel
There were no comments made at this time.
Councilmember Bartlett asked Mayor Gallant if it would be appropriate to give pa ecrotaminmeidtteetorethpeorCt oautntythis time. Mr. Gallant responded and said if the report Tax Budget.
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COMMITTEE REPORTS
Recreation Commission -Councilmember Bartlett reported that the Commission Recreation met last night. The commission is operating right now with a 19,000 surplus. In regards to the $3,000 we' ve allocated for the Recreation Commission, Ms. Bartlett said she would like to see Council continue to go that way so that the Commission could build their soccer fields they have planned for so long.
Manager Plunkett added that the Commission plans to build two soccer fields behind the Community Gardens at Wildwood Park. He said chances are slim but there may be some Federal money available through (UDAG) Urban Development Action Grant, because of the type of program it is there might be some of that money available, perhaps on a 50%basis.
OLD BUSINESS
Resolution No. 82-17, A" Resolution To Adopt The 1983 County Tax Budget As Proposed And To Direct The Village Manager To Submit It To The County Auditor", was introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller.
Councilmember Miller moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-17. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Discussion on the proposed County Tax Budget continued.
Mayor Gallant commented that he thought the exercise that we went through in seeing where some economy could be made was a helpful exercise. Further, it appears to him that we' re simply postponing our problem for one more year. Mayor Gallant continued and said we have a proposed budget which is about 100,000 over the estimated revenues, which leaves us with an anticipated 11,000 balance a year and a half hence. He said he wondered whether he would be in favor of leaving this budget as is and submitting it to the County Auditor and say okay we' ve gone through the exercise that we' re re- quired to do but were there some economies and some cuts which really we should try to make, which resulted from our closer examination of the budget, when we thought we were going to come up with a real shortfall. We still have to face the question, do we now want to go to the public for more money, do we need to, and what about the commuter tax?
Manager Plunkett reminded Council that they still have a scheduled worksession to discuss taxes on the 28th of July, that is not cancelled. He said he has heard a lot of people talking in the last week or so, people are anxious to discuss it. Comments he has heard were overwelmingly in favor of a commuter ptaosxe,deven from many of those who would in fact pay. The things that we pro- to cut out were pretty difficult to do.
Councilmember Bartlett commented that she had a few questions to ask the PMlaunnakgeetrt. reOsnpeo,n6de0dw)e have a ball park figure of just what we cut out? Mr. the and said $62,500. You have restored all the cuts except cost of living?Mr. Plunkett said yes, but the $62,500 does not include the step increases. Ms. Bartlett asked if any more was budgeted that was not in the budget when they reviewed the budget draft. Mr. Plunkett said he added into the Street Construction. Ms. Bartlett asked if the Manager had any
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kind of estimates in terms of our revenues if the economy turns around and
how much more would they increase? She was trying to see if we decide to
make these cuts later and kind of hold tight for a year and see whether or
not things get turned around, we' ll be in a better position a year from
now to really come to grips with the budget and what needs to be done. She
was thinking if the whole area picks up again, are there any estimates in
terms of revenue falls, how much it falls.
Manager Plunkett responded and said there were no statistics available for
Granville alone that he knew of on an annual basis. Ms. Bartlett asked
if the Manager could get these figures.
Mr. Plunkett said our annual revenues is a definite tured them figure, and we have cap- every year. Ms. Bartlett wanted to know if revenues have dipped.
Mr. Plunkett said yes, for a couple of years, he said he didn' t have the
graphs, which were made up by the Financial Resources study Commission available
at the moment but would get those for Ms. Bartlett.
Councilmember Schnaidt commented that he didn' t think the kind of figures
Ms. Bartlett was looking for and thinking about would fit Granville. He said he thought the norms arn' t going to work in Granville,in thinking about the
type of community we have. He said we don' t have very many people that he could think of in the Village that would be affected by Rockwell closing down
or OwensC- orning cutting back, maybe a little bit, but not very much. A lot of houses that become available in the Village are mostly where an older per- son has died, so if anything, when that house is sold, a younger person would probably move into it and if anything we would gain a little income, where before maybe an older person who was retired was not paying any tax. In most
cases you would not get retired couples because of the price range of these homes. Most of these homes would not be affordable to retired people. He said most of the working people are white collar workers not blue collar workers, and he didn' t think a big upturn or a big turn down in the economy would have too much effect on our economy.
Ms. Bartlett said she was thinking more in terms of things getting real good economy wise, and felt every community is hooked into the national
economy whether we like it or not.
Manager Plunkett said he would get Ms. Bartlett the revenue graphs out to her as soon as possible.
Mayor Gallant questioned why after discovery of the $110,000 in revenues and the restoration of the things Council cut out before, we still show a 100,000 imbalance in the budget.
Manager Plunkett responded, because we have been budgeting at a leval about 100,000 above our expected appropriations. Mr. Gallant commented that two weeks ago you showed 8$7,000 that we somehow had to do something about, then members said they would see where we could cut, now you' ve restored the cuts and we have the additional $110,000 in revenue but the budget is still out of balance by $100,000. Manager Plunkett responded and said it' s roughly about the same amount as last year. He said even in this, there will be some unex- pended balances. For instance, we may not spend any money on sidewalks, wemay
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put off a majdr street construction, or we may take more in interest income
than we expect. This type of thing will eleviate the imbalance, and that' s
what has happened in years past. People generally budget either very conservatively
or very wildly. He said he likes to be fairly conservative on the
revenues and fairly accurate on the appropriations side in a projected budget,
because you generally have things in a municipality that come up during the
course of the year. For instance, we have an agreement with Gary Price
generated by the Development Commission and approved by Council to pay the
difference between a 12" and 8" water and sewer mains on Welsh Hills Road.
With no further comments or questions, the motion to approve Resolution No.
82-17 carried.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
July 28, 1982 -Council Worksession -Time 7: 30 p.m.. -Discussion on the
tax issue.
Meeting adjourned at 8:40 p.m.,by mutual consent of those members present.
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Clerk of LOUAcil
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These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
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July 13, 1981
Granville Village Council
c/o Mayor Carl A. Frazier
Granville, Ohio 43023
Dear Mayor Frazier:
The June 25, 1981, meeting of the Granville Development Commission
included deliberation and decisions concerning the application of
Gary Price/Ortha Wright, for the Rezoning and Development Plan of
properties connected with the Granville Golf Course (see attached
application).
This letter is to formally notify the Village Council that the
Development Commission voted at the June 25, 1981 meeting to
recommend to Council the rezoning of this land from Open Space
District and Planned Unit Development to all Planned Unit Development.
The Hilengreen Development Plan, as submitted, was also
approved in principle. The formal, written plan with covenants
will be reviewed by the Development Commission for conformance to
verbal committments.
Very truly yours,
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Council Minutes July 7, 1982

REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JULY 7, 1982
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Harriott
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Bartlett
Vice Mayor Davison -
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Harriott moved to excuse absentee members Avery and Schnaidt.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
MINUTES
June 16, 1982 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Harriott moved to approve
the minutes as corrected. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion
carried.
June 30, 1982 -Special Council Meeting -Vice Mayor Davison moved the minutes
be accepted. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
June 30, 1982 -Council Worksession -Motion to approve the minutes was made by
Councilmember Miller, seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Signing the register was:
Molly Amspaugh, Newark Advocate
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Ways &Means Committee -Mayor Gallant reported that the committee met July 2nd
with Manager Plunkett to discuss the proposed 1983 County Tax Budget and to
examine areas that might possibly be cut to balance the budget which has a
26,000 shortfall.
Personnel Committee -Councilmember Miller reported that the Personnel Committee
met as well on July 2nd, to discuss what could be done in terms of personnel to
help balance the budget. Cuts suggested are as follows:eliminate the police
foot patrol, and one equipment operator in Street Maintenance and Repair. The
operator would then be picked up by Water &Sewer for lift and pump station
maintenance and available for emergencey situations such as snow plowing, etc..
another suggestion was to eliminate salary increases and cost of living adjustments
for all personnel in 1983. 4>6L(lit./1, /23,9 3822*_ 4 « *742/-7#./, 7«30'
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Manager Plunkett spoke at this time and reviewed with members a list he prepared
of suggested items to be eliminated in an effort to balance the budget. The areas
to be affected in the General Fund are as follows:
Police -f o(ot patrol, 4th of July overtime, special investigations and equipment
replacement).
Community Services -C (lean-upF/ ix-up weeks).
Streets -s (treet construction, equipment replacement, and one equipment operator).
Sidewalk Replacement
Administrative -p (rofessional servicesc/onferences, office equipment).
Legislative -C (ouncil salariest Mayor' s Honorarium recodification).
Land &Buildings -j a(nitorial services, Village office repairsu/ pkeep, 2$00 cut
in Zoning Inspector' s salary).
Boards &Commissions -o (ffice supplies).
Law 1($,000 cut in Contractural Services).
Manager Plunkett explained in detail the above suggested cuts, and how each would
affect the Village. In addition to these cuts, Mr. Plunkett reluctantly suggested
that the $3,000 each normally allocated to the Recreation Commission and Granville
Fellowship from Revenue Sharing Funds be eliminated and that portion be applied to
Police salaries. Mr. Plunkett stated that he realized the cuts are severe but
felt they were necessary. He said even with these suggested cuts there is still a
26,000 shortfall.
Mayor Gallant questioned the use of these funds for salaries. He said the
Village has never had to use the Revenue Sharing Funds for Village operations before
and is opposed to using them now. Manager Plunkett responded and explained
that according to the law the only area that Revenue Sharing Funds could be used
for salaries would be for Public Safety, and for that reason he suggested applying
these funds to Police salaries.
A lengthy discussion followed on the proposed cuts. Mayor Gallant suggested that
before continuing with the budget discussion, members might want to excuse
Mr. Drake from the meeting. Mr. Drake was excused from the meeting by mutual
consent of members present, and from the regular meeting of July 21st.
Before leaving, Mr. Drake reported his findings in reference to the Granville
Golf Course Clubhouse' s request for a liquor permit. Mr. Drake said he contacted
Mrs. O' Hare, director of the Board of Elections regarding procedures to voting on
a wet option. Mr. Drake explained- that the liquor permit issue would need to be
on the ballot in the precinct where the Golf Course Clubhouse is located and one
adjacent precinct. He said the Village would also have to pay for the issue to
be placed on the ballot.
Mr. Drake also reported that he has submitted a Charter Amendment draft to the
Manager in reference to Council' s request for non-partisn elections of Village
Officials. The draft includes amendments to Article II, Sections 2.02 and 2. 03,
and an additional paragraph to be added to Article XI, Section 11. 10 of the
Village Charter. The draft will be completed in Resolution form for Council' s
Council Meeting Minutes
July 7, 1982
Page 3 of 3
considerion at the next regular meeting.
Council then continued their discussion of the County Tax Budget' s shortfall and
ways to increase the Village' s revenues. A tax increase in some form seemed
most probable if the budget was to submitted with a balance. The range of tax
options were: a commuter tax, an increase in property taxes, or an increase in
the income tax. Each of these tax options were weighed as to what funds might
be generated and how each of these would affect the citizens of the Village.
Following a lengthy discussion, Council directed the Manager to estimate revenues
from a commuter tax of 1/2%for the purpose of balancing the proposed 1983
County Tax Budget. Council would then continue their discussion of tax options
in order to increase the Village revenues. In an effort to provide the public
with as much information possible on the range of tax options, and the Village' s
need to increase revenues to provide services and capital improvements to the
Village, the Manager was directed to prepare a letter to be distributed to each
resident of the Village and to the two local newspapers, the Granville Sentinel
and Granville Booster, inviting the public to a Council worksession scheduled
for July 28, 1982, at 7: 30 p.m..Council expressed a desire to obtain as much
citizen input as possible before making a decision on what kind of tax increase
would be pursued.
A public hearing on the County Tax Budget and Revenue Sharing Planned Use for
Entitlement Period 14, will be held at a Special Council Meeting on July 14, 1982,
at 7: 30 p.m..Citizens' Comments will be extended to provide for citizen input.
Council closed their discussion of the County Tax Budget.
Mayor Gallant announced that he received a petition of thirty signatures urging
Council to take legal action to control the noice pollution in the Village. Mr.
Gallant said all the signatures are from residents living in the area of King
Hall, between Mulberry/ Plum and Broadway/ Elm.
Vice Mayor Davison commented that he would have a report on noise pollution
and possibly a noise ordinance for Council' s review and consideration at the
meeting of July 21st.
With no further business to discuss, the meeting adjourned at 8: 54 p.m.,following
a motion by Councilmember Miller, seconded by Councilmember Bartlett.
note, page 2, *Council salaries and Mayor' s Honorarium can only be eliminated
from the budget by a Charter Amendment to Secti 07.
Attest:
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Clerk of Council
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Mayory.
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.

Council Minutes June 30, 1982

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SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JUNE 30, 1982
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p. m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Bartlett
Councilmember Harriott
Councilmember Miller
Vice Mayor -
Mayor
Law Director -
Manager -
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Harriott moved to excuse absentee member Schnaidt.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Jean Newton, Granville Village Tax Commissioner
No comments were made at this time:
NEW BUSINESS
A Special Meeting was scheduled for July to conduct the 14, 1982, at 7: 30 p.m., following items:
A) Public hearing on Revenue Sharing Planned Uses for Entitle- ment Period 14.
B) Public hearing on the proposed 1983 County Tax Budget.
C) Action on the 1983 County Tax Budget.
Vice Mayor Davison mentioned that he received a reproduced copy of a letter originating from the State of Ohio Board of Tax Aleptpteearls. and asked the Village Manager for an explanation of the
Manager Plunkett briefly explained that the letter involves an appeal submitted by the Buckeye Lake Village. The letter
was given to the Clerk for filing.
Meeting adjourned at 7: 39 p. m. 1
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OBERT E. BOYD, JR.
CHAIRMAN
WALTER L.WHITE
VIC·CHAIRMAN
SELL T. ADRINE
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-LIAM E.DUNLAP,JR. EFARY OF THE BOARD
STATE OF OHIO
BOARD OF TAX APPEALS
30 EAST BROAD STREET
COLUMBUS. OHIO 43215
June 29, 1982
Mr. J. Michael L. King
Jones, Norpell, List, Miller &Howarth
2 North First Street
P.O. Box- 4010
Newark, Ohio 43055
TELEPHONE
614-466-6700
In re: Buckeye Lake Village, by Francis Floyd, Fiscal
Officer, Appellant vs. Budget Commission of
Llcklng County, Appellee. Case No. 82- G-486
Dear Mr. King:
An appeal was filed and docketed in the above styled
cause under date of June 25, 1982, as Case No. 82-G-486.
Mrs. Linda Moss, Hearing Examiner for the Board of Tax
Appeals, has been assigned said appeal.
You will receive a notification from this office of
the hearing date.
In all future correspondence with the Board of Tax
Appeals regarding this matter, please utilize and refer
to the case number assigned above.
Enclosed please find two questionnalres, one of which
ls to be completed and returned to this office at the above
address. The other is to be mailed to the Prosecuting Attorney
for Licking County, counsel for the appellee.
CBSd/jl
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Llcking County Auditor
Llcking County Prosecuting Attorney
Licking County Treasurer
Tax Commissioner
Commissioner of Tax Equalization
Fiscal Officers .
All Appellees /

Council Minutes June 16, 1982

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JUNE 16, 1982
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting' to order at 7: 33 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Harriott
Councilmember Avery
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Miller moved to excuse absentee members Bartlett and Davison.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARINGS
A public hearing was held at this time for Ordinance No. 16-82, "An Ordinance
Accepting An Application For Annexation Of Territory And Establishing A
Certain Zoning District".
No one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance. Public hearing closed
at 7: 35 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
The next item scheduled for a public hearing was the Twig #6 Thrift Shop
Appeal. The appeal, is to the Development Commission' s ruling to deny the
Thrift Shop' s application for a new sign. The Thrift Shop is located 120 West Broadway at and zoned Village Residential District. The shop has been operating at this address for many years.
Mayor Gallant began the hearing by reading a letter submitted by Barclay Gano, chairman of the Development Commission. The letter explains the Commission' s ruling on the Thrift Shop' s request for a new sign. A copy of that letter is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Mrs. Hazel Hill was present to represent the Thrift Shop in their appeal. She presented for Council' s review a rendering of the Thrift Shop, showing the newly constructed entryw-ay addition. She pointed out that by constructing this addition the space where the old sign had been located norlonger exists. A photograph of the proposed new sign was also submitted for review. The sign would be placed on a post or pole approximately eight (8) feet from the ground on the east side, near the front entrance of the shop.
During review and discussion, members expressed concern in setting a prece- dent if the appeal would be granted. They also felt that the Thrift Shop' s situation was a special case and spoke favorably to granting the appeal.
Law Director, Robert N. Drake commented that he hoped this would be the last decision made on the old sign code. However, approving this particular appeal would not necessarily amount to carte blanche in possible future appeals.
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Public hearing on the Twig #6 Thrift Shop Appeal closed at 7: 50 p.m.,and
action on the appeal held for Old Business.
MINUTES
June 2, 1982 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Avery moved to approve
the minutes. Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Ralph Blackstone, Director of Service &Utilities for the Village
Hazel Hill, representing the Thrift Shop
Betts Sterrett, representing the Thrift Shop
Rick Bline, Granville Sentinel
Bill Acklin
Molly Amspaugh, Newark Advocate
No comments were made at this time.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of May was presented and reviewed. of that A copy report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of May was presented. Manager Plunkett re- viewed the report with members of Council and added the following comments: A noticeable decrease in gallons of water pumped and treatment.
Street Department crew are replacing old street signs with new concrete ones as fast as possible.
More of the sidewalk around the Elm tree on the corner of Main and Broadway
has been removed, so that more water can reach the tree' s roots. Manager Plunkett said opinions have been revised regarding the trees removal, and plans are now to give the Elm tree nutrients and prune severely.
Following review and discussion, a motion to approve the Manager' s Report for the month of May was made by Councilmember Miller and seconded by Council- member Harriott. Motion carried.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Streets and Sidewalks
Councilmember Harriott reported that the committee met June 2nd following the regular Council meeting to discuss potential problems that have been developing on the Pearl Street Sewer Project. Items reviewed and discussed were:
Scheduled completion date
Penality Clause
Extension of engineering agreement
Concerns to various parties involved
Development Commission
Councilmember Avery reminded members of the Sign Code Hearing scheduled by the Development Commission June 24th, at 7: 30 p.m..
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Ways &Means
Mayor Gallant reported that he attended a meeting with the BeechwoodT/hornewood residents Tuesday, June 8th, to discuss various solutions and engineerestimates
monemwbhear tBwaorutldletbte, required to improve the roads. Councilmember Miller, Council- Manager Plunkett and Jerry Turner, (C. F.Bird &R.J.Bull, Ltd.),
were present for the meeting.
Mr. Gallant said that the minimum engineer estimate for the improvement to these two roads amounts to $97,820. This would include: reworking road ditches, replacing culverts, storm sewer inlets, asphalt 2" thick and engineering fees.
Tshpeeceiasltimate does not include additional costs if the project would be on a assessment.
Mr. Crook, 206 Thornewood Drive, appeared this evening to advise Council that the BeechwoodT/hornewood Group met again and conducted an organizational meet- ing to elect officers. Mr. Crook said he was appointed secretary for the group. At that meeting no formal evaluation was made of the previous meeting with Council representatives, but he heard no negative remarks either. The resi- dents still have many questions they would like resolved, but a majority seem to be in favor of pursuing the road improvements matter further.
During discussion, many of the members expressed interest in continuing the tshtuisdy. It was also noted however, that the Village would not have the money year to make a financial contribution. The Manager was directed to see what funds could be provided in next year' s budget for this project.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 168- 2, A"n Ordinance Accepting An Application For Annexation Of Territory And Establishing A Certain Zoning District"C. ouncilmember Schnaidt moved to amend the title of Ordinance No. 16-82, to read: An Ordinance Accept- ing An Application For Annexation Of Territory And Establishing Certain Zoning Districts".Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Schnaidty-es, Millery-es, Averyy-es, Harriotty-es, Gallanty-es, Davisona-bsent, Bartletta-bsent. Five yes votes and two absent. Amendment passed. Councilmember Schnaidt moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 168-2. Motion seconded :by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Schnaidty-es, Averyy-es, Millery-es, Harriotty-es, Gallanty-es, Bartlett-absent, Davisona- bsent. Ordinance No. 16-82 duly adopted, with five yes votes.
NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 82-15, A" Resolution To Authorize The Village Manager To Execute A Grant Agreement With The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency For MWaislltee rW. ater Funds"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember
Councilmember Miller moved for passage of Resolution No. 821-5. Motion pseacsosnedde.d by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. Resolution No. 82-15 duly
Resolution No. 82-16, A" Resolution To Grant An Appeal Of A Development Com- mission Ruling"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Avery. Councilmember Avery moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-16. Motion pseacsosnedde.d by Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried. Resolution No.82-16 duly
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OTHER ITEMS DISCUSSED
Mayor Gallant briefly reviewed with members the 1982 Municipal Goals and Issues
Schedule, and what progress has been made towards the projected timetable for
these goals. Items discussed were: Sign Code, Zoning Ordinance, Brochures for Denison Students, and the Noise Ordinance.
Manager Plunkett mentioned that the Village has received notification from
the Ohio Department of Liquor Control that the Granville Golf Course house Club- have applied for a D5- Liquor License. He said he believed the matter would have to be voted on by residents.
Following a brief discussion, Law Director Drake was asked if he would
look into the matter and see what procedure would need to be followed if the matter is to be voted on by residents.
Manager Plunkett also mentioned that e:n David Robertson, an employee of the Village' s Water Department is leaving for a position with the Hebron Water Department. He further commented that he would like to skip a merit step for Water Superintendent Tom Galitza. He feels that the Water Department' s continued improvement over the last two years is due to Mr. Galitza and Ralph Blackstone, Director of Service &Utilities.
Copies of the Manager' s proposed Capital Improvements Plans for Streets, Water, Sewer-Treatment &Collection were distributed to members for review.
Mr. Plunkett mentioned that he met with a staff member of Denison at their request, and Police Chief Sorrell to discuss a proposal of the University' s regarding their Security force.
With no further business to discuss, Councilmember Avery moved that the meet- ing adjourn to executive session to discuss the Pearl Street Contract. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
Members adjourned into executive session at 8:48 p.m..
Councilmember Avery moved to adjourn the executive session at 9: 29 p.m.. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned by mutual consent at 9:30 p.m..
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MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
Norators License Ot iolatfAns
lal e of Bond Monies from previous month Ot Collected for present month
knount Paid to State (RRF &GRF)
mount paid in refunds or overpayments
Jnount paid to General Fund
elance bond monies remaining in account
39
150.00
3110.00
481.00
100.00
2489. 00
40.00
53
916.00
3106.00
504.00
792.00
2576.00
150.00
30
0-
1610.50
114.00
150.00
1346.00
Mav 1982 ADril 1982 May 1981
0-
IIiIiIli P4ria Tickets Issued: 33 40 39
Ciions: 39 Comolaints: 9
StOD Sian 1 3
Stoo Signal 6 4 4 i
SDeed 16 21 11
Improper Turn 2 1 4
Juvenile Court 2 2 1
Driving Under Influence of Alcohol 1
Reckless Operation of Motor Vehicle 2 1
Failure to Yield 2 2
1
Expired Plates 1 2 2
No MC/endorsement 1 2
No nse PlatesF/ailure to Register 1 1
2
to exercise vigilance in backing 2 2 i
Squealing Tires 1
Fleeing an Officer 1
Failure to yeild at crosswork 1
Prohibited Rt. Turn on Red 1 2
Falsification
1
Liquor Consumption in a motor vehicle 1 1
Dassing Bad Checks 1 1
K
etty Theft 1
Complicity 4 3
Organizational Criminal Liability &Disturbing Peace 1
3
May 1982 April 1982 May 1981
lmet or Eye protection on M/ C 2
rnnal kespass 1
Public Indecency 1
Criminal Mischief 2
Assault 1
1
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Pumped
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
New Meters Installed
Meters Replaced
Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired
Water Taps
Telephone Calls
Radio Calls
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
May 1982
33.314.000
1.070,000
7
1,696
April 1982
39,228.000
1,308,000
4
343
1, 297
May 1981
39,031, 000
1,375.000
1
0
1
1
12
0
1) All of the above radio and telephone calls were Police Department related. All calls were acted upon by Water Department employees after regular Village office hours.
2) Repaired water service line to City Hall.
1,274
MANAGER' S REPORT
0 1
19 6
26 0
16 16
1 2
0 0 0
507 248
Manager' s Report
Page II
WASTE WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Treated
Daily Average (Gallons)
Sludge Beds Filled
Sludge Beds Cleaned
Lines Rodded
Monthly Rain Fall
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
Mav 1982
16. 500.000
532, 000
1, 000 Ft.
2. 8 In.
April 1982
18, 200. 000
607. 000
2
0
1. 500 Ft.
3. 1 In.
May 1981
14. 344. 000
463. 000
1
0
1. 200 Ft.
3. 95 In.
0
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Manager' s Report
Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance(Cold Mix (Tons)
Streets Swept (Hours)
I'nlets Cleaned
Inlets Repaired &Adjusted
Grass Mowed (Acres)
Brush &Clippings (Loads)
Leaf Pickup (Loads)
Snow Removal
Salt Water (Gallons)
Backhoe Worked (Days)
Water Plant (Supplement)
Waste Water Plant (Supplement)
Other Projects (Hours)
Welfare (Hours)
Call Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
Special Interest Items
Ma 1982 A ril 1982 Ma 1981
Amount Manhours Amount Manhours Amount Manhours
0
0
12
60
84
38
109
0
0
0
96
0
0
12
0
0
92
0
18
0
108
12 4
2
1 1 n
3 0 0
0 6 n
n n n
0 1 0
Paae IV
Manager' s Report
POLICE DEPARTMENT
Motor Assists
Citations
Parking Tickets
Accidents
1) Non-Injury
2) With Injuries
Cars Imgounded
1) Violations
2) Abandoned
3) Other
Cars Checked
Homes Checked
Bicycles Stolen
1) Secured
2) Unsecured
Bicycle Accidents
1 NWoitnh-InIniujuryries
Complaints
1) Prowlers
2) Doqs
3) Vehicles
4) Other
Attempted/8&E
Thefts
False Bank Alarms
Missing Persons
1) Actual
2) Unsupported
Village Fires
1) Non-Injury
2) With Injuries
Emergency Run Assists
1) Village
2) Townshio
Sheriff' s Deot. Assists
Ohio Hwy. Patrol Assists
Unsecured Buildings
Vehicle Miles 82
1) 5-1-82 through 5-31-82 Dodge
May 1982
5
0
n
34
14)265
1n
12
2
3
14
70
0
20
3q
33
9
11
5
2
10
2.741 .
2.378
1
April 1982
0
0
42
14)394
23
45
4Q
12
12
1Q
3
0
4
5
Rn.
3
May 1981
0
n
4
30)476
41,950 80
1,953 Plymouth
2
31
28
39
1
2
21
53
2
12(6-
5
9
16 (2-fires
4
0
9
8 9 5
3 1 1
5 1
0 0 0
3 0 1
0 0 0
0 0 1
3
8
0 1 0
n 0 1 -
8 3 2
0' 0 0
FUND BALANCE 4/ 30/ 82 DISBURSEMENTS
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
WASTE WATER
WW CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
LITTER CONTROL &RECYCLING
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
285,991.59
1,195.88
900.94
28,104.77
26,216.95
49,936.68
217,651.22
44,166.70
66,960.00
10,359.92
0-
111,000.00
842,484.65
Certificates of Deposit
General Fund
Water
Water Capital Improvement
WASTE WATER
W W Capital Improvement
Equipment Reserve
4/30/ 82
210, 000
30,000
10, 000
40,000
100,000
40,000
AL $430,000
RECEIPTS
31,078.02
1,716.85
139.20
39,100.67
0-
16,647.45
0-
0-
0-
0-
0-
0-
88,682.19
30,857.33
2,019.75
173.21
35,229.81
1,647.00
10,517.98
17,886.63
4,948.21
0-
3,479.12
0-
0-
106,759.04
Certificates of Deposit
General Fund
Water
BALANCE1__L_ __--
286,212.28
892.98
866.93
31,975.63
24,569.95
56,066.15
199,764.59
39,218.49
66,960.00
6,880.80
0 -
111,000.00
Water Capital Improvement
WASTE WATER
W W Capital Improvement
824,407.80
5/31/ 82
210,000
30,000
0
40,000
100,000
40,000
420,000
Equipment Reserve
TOT
June 14, 1982
Mayor Thomas F. Gallant
Granville Village Council
P. 0. Box 514
Granville, Ohio 43023
Dear Mayor Gallant:
At its meeting of· April 8, 1982, the Granville Development Commission
rejected the application of Twig #6 for a free standing sign at its
Thrift Shop at 120 West Broadway. The application was denied in
accordance with Section 43.5 of the Zoning Ordinance, which states
R-Districts -Signs Prohibited: No display signs, except those
exempted, 'shall be permitted in any RLDi'strict. "
It was pointed out that the existing sign, a black wall sign with
white letters, required no approval since it has existed for many years under the grandfather clause.
Very truly yours,r)
Barclay P. Ga.Ao, Chatitman
Granville DevelopmenY Commission
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Council Minutes June 2, 1982

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CALL TO ORDER
REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JUNE 2, 1982
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Harriott
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Bartlett
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Schnaidt
Vice Mayor Davison
Mayor Gallant
Law Director -Drake
Manager Plunkett
DUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held at this time for the following legislation:
Ordinance No. 15-82 -An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance priate Funds No. 258-1 And Appro- For State Examiner' s Fees.
No one appeared to speak in favor of or opposed to this ordinance. Public hearing closed at 7: 33 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
May 19, 1982 -Regular Council Meeting -Vice Mayor Davison moved to approve the minutes of May 19, 1982 regular meeting. Motion seconded by Council- member Harriott. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Steve Cartnal
Jean Barnes
Carl A. Frazier
Arnold Eisenberg
Hazel Hill
Ruth Garwood
Carl Frazier, Councils representative to the Licking County Convention and Visitors Bureau, appeared this evening to report to members of Council that the Bureau will be open June, July, August, and September, from 10:00 a.m., to 8:00 p.m.a,t the old railroad station near Hebron. Mr. Frazier also presented each member with a brochure offered by the Bureau to visitors.
Mr. Frazier also reported on the Granville Foundation, and commented that wtheeekF. ellowship M" eals on Wheels" will now be offered three days out of the
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Speaking for himself and members of Council, Mayor tion Gallant expressed apprecia- him to Mr. Frazier for representing Council on these committees, and thanked for his reports.
Mrs. Hazel Hill, Chairman of the Twig 6#,appeared this evening to appeal to Council, the Development Commission' s decision on their sign permit request, for the Thrift shop located at 120 West Broadway. The property is zoned Village Residential District.
Councilmember Avery, Council' s representative to the Development Commission, explained that the Sign Permit request was denied because it was not covered in the existing Sign Code. Due to an unusual circumstance, where by the Development Commission approving an application for an entryw- ay to the Thrift Shop building, the shop had no room to re-install the old sign. Mr. Avery commented that he would like to see the appeal granted.
Following a brief discussidn, a public hearing was scheduled for June 16th, for Council' s consideration on this appeal. Mrs. Hill and other members of Twig 6#, were asked to bring to the hearing a sketch of the proposed sign with dimensions, and proposed location, along with any other information they may feel would be helpful in Council 's review of this appeal.
Financial Resources Study Commission
Members Arnold Eisenberg, Chairman, and Carl A. Frazier, appeared this even- ing to present Council with a written and oral report of their study on existing and potential sources of income for the Village. Following a brief review and discussion, it was agreed by members to a Worksession for June 30th, to allow members time to review the Commission' s report, and write questions down that they may have regarding the report, for the worksession meeting. Members of Council expressed their appreciation to the Commission for their time and work on this study, and directed the Manager to draft a letter of appreication to each of its members. A( copy of the Commission' s report is hereby attached as part of these minutes)
Oath of Office
Mayor Gallant at this time administered the oath of office to Steve Cartnal, wDheopawratms ernetc.ently promoted to the rank of sergeant for the Granville Police
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Recreation Commission -Councilmember Bartlett reported on the Recreation Commission' s meeting held June 1st. Discussion included, Wildwood Park mowing; plans for a Soccer field at Wildwood Park; and the 4th of July Celebration. Since most of the park is in the flood plain area, the Com- mission asked if there were any restrictions to constructing a soccer field at the park. Response to Ms. Bartlett was that only permanent structures Cwoemrempisrsoiohnibited in the flood plain area. Ms. Bartlett commented that the 4th asked if any of the members were opposed to video games at the gambolifngJudlyevCiceelse.bration?No one voiced oppostion to video games, only to
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Development Commission -Councilmember Avery stated that he was out of town
for the May 27th Development Commission meeting, and did not have a report. Mr. Avery did however comment that the Commission has scheduled a public
hearing for June 24, 1982, at 7: 30 p.m.,to hear public comments on the posed modifications to the Sign Code section of the pro- Zoning Ordinance.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 158- 2, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 258-1 And Appro- priate Funds For State Examiner' s Fees"w,as moved for adoption by Council- member Miller. Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Roll call vote: Millery-es, Harriotty-es, Schnaidty-es, Averyy-es, Bartletty-es, Davisony-es, Gallant-yes. Seven yes votes. Ordinance No. 15-82 duly adopted.
Law Director, Robert N. Drake, stated that the Vaughn Appeal is scheduled for Thursday, June 5th, at 9: 00 a.m..
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 168- 2, A"n Ordinance Accepting An Application For Annexation Of Territory And Establishing Certain Zoning Districts"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt. A public hearing was scheduled for June 16, 1982, at 7: 30 p.m.,for the above ordinance.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
June 16, 1982 -Regular Council Meeting -7: 30 p.m..
June 30, 1982 -Council Worksession -7: 30 p.m.. R-eview and discussion of Financial Resourdes Study Commission' s Report.
ADDITIONAL COMMENTSIN/ FORMATION
Manager Plunkett reported that the Pearl Street sewer project is behind schedule and that the work might not be completed by June 15th as planned, and called. efovrenaingS.treet and Sidewalk Committee meeting following regular session this
Regarding G" rowth Policy"L,aw Director Drake stated that annexation was be- creogmainrgdinagpressing issue, and that Council should make their feelings known the matter.
With no further business to discuss, the meeting adjourned at 8:45 p.m..
1 t:= CleFE of Counicl--
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These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
FINAL REPORT TO GRANVILLE VILLAGE COUNCIL
JUNE 2, 1982
FINANCIAL RESOURCES STUDY COMMISSION
Arnold J. Eisenberg, Chairman
Richard Lucier, Vice ChairmanS/ecretary
Randy Oliverio
Carl Frazier
Richard Johnston
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The Financial Resources Study Commission was appointed by the Village Council
to identify existing and potential sources of revenue and make
recommendations to insure that they will be sufficient to maintain an
adequate level of services and support the capital improvements plan. This
final report summarizes our findings and recommendations.
Examination of receipts and expenditures data for the period 1975-1981 shows
a steady trend towards a reduced rate in growth of income with accompanying
reductions in expenditures. While total receipts have increased since 1979,
the increase reflects several extraordinary items and real, base line income
has not grown significantly.
Charts are attached which show receipts versus expenditures for several key
areas during the seven year period. The General Fund which represents nearly
half of the toal shows the most dramatic decline. The loss of Economic
Development Administration grants and a general reduction in revenue sharing
funds has heavily and unfavorably impacted on General Fund revenues.
A chart is also attached which shows total expenditures over the same period.
It can readily be seen that expenditures have declined in three of the last
four years during a period of double digit inflation! The average total
expenditure since 1975 shows an annualized rate of increase of less than four
percent.
The reduced spending level has required a cut back in services. A number of
programs such as brush pickup have been curtailed and some like tree
replacement and fifty percent sidewalk replacement have been eliminated.
Streets and road repair and the general area of maintenance have been hard
hit. The loss of CETA service and police personnel has exacerbated the problem.
The Village administration has, in the view of the Commission, done commendable job in making the a most efficient use of available resources in coping with this situation. An acceptable level of services has so far been
maintained with minimum staff and many Village employees fulfilling multiple functions.
The cuts in services which have so far been made are not very dramatic, but the implication is that unless current trends are reversed, further, much deeper cuts may be necessary which could affect the quality of life in the Village.
The Commission has concluded and recommends that Council give serious
consideration to means for expanding the revenue base and the tax base to qinusaulriety long term financial health and preserve the level of services and of life in the Village.
The Financial Resources Study Commission was appointed by the Village Council
to identify existing and potential sources of revenue and make
recommendations to insure that they will be sufficient to maintain an
adequate level of services and support the capital improvements plan. Thi s
final report summarizes our findings and recommendations.
Examination of receipts and expenditures data for the period 1975-1981 shows
a steady trend towards a reduced rate in growth of income with accompanying
reductions in expenditures. While total receipts have increased since 1979,
the increase reflects several extraordinary items and real, base line income
has not grown significantly.
Charts are attached which show receipts versus expenditures for several key
areas during the seven year period. The General Fund which represents nearly
half of the toal shows the most dramatic decline. The loss of Economic
Development Administration grants and a general reduction in revenue sharing
funds has heavily and unfavorably impacted on General Fund revenues.
A chart is also attached which shows total expenditures over the same period.
It can readily be seen that expenditures have declined in three of the last
four years during a period of double digit inflation! The average total
expenditure since 1975 shows an annualized rate of increase of less than four
percent.
The reduced spending level has required a cut back in services. A number of
programs such as brush pickup have been curtailed and some like tree
replacement and fifty percent sidewalk replacement have been eliminated.
Streets and road repair and the general area of maintenance have been hard
hit. The loss of CETA service and police personnel has exacerbated the
problem.
The Village administration has, in the view of the Commission, done a
commendable job in making the most efficient use of available resources in
coping with this situation. An acceptable level of services has so far been
maintained with minimum staff and many Village employees fulfilling multiple
functions.
The cuts in services which have so far been made are not very dramatic, but
the implication is that unless current trends are reversed, further, much
deeper cuts may be necessary which could affect the quality of life in the
Village.
The Commission has concluded and recommends that Council give serious
consideration to means for expanding the revenue base and the tax base to
insure long term financial health and preserve the level of services and
quality of life in the Village.
The base for such a tax and the revenue which would be derived are not
precisely known. The questionaire which has had only a fifty percent
response has so far disclosed one hundred fifty potential taxpayers in this
category.
Mandatory Registration
The Commission recommends that income tax registration be made mandatory.
The mechanism to accomplish this is not clear and is a matter for council to
determine.
Annexation
It is the consensus of the Commission that a carefully planned and executed
program of annexation could provide the necessary increase in the tax base
and provide an improved level of services for the resultant enlarged Village.
Such a program must be controlled and carefully monitored by Council to
maintain the full confidence of the residents that the quality of the
community will be preserved.
Commercial development could become a possibility should the Village enlarge. It is a major opportunity to increase the tax base. Granville has all of the
attributes which make a community extremely attractive to large industrial
concerns as a location for Corporate Headquarters or Research Centers. Some
change and growth of this type is inevitable with time and it would be in the
best interests of the community to very carefully monitor and control such growth rather than allow it to overtake us. The Commission recommends that
Council appoint a committee to keep developments it appraised of possibilities and in this area.
The Commission would like to express its appreciation to all the Village personnel who helped us in this task, to Kay Miller for typing of the minutes aansdsisrteapnocrets. and to Village Manager Plunkett for his invaluable guidance and
Respectfully submitted,
Arnold J. Eisenrg, Chairman
Financial Resoces Study Commission
GENERAL FUND REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES 1975- 1981
600000
500800
300000
200000
1975 1976 1977 1978
YEAR
4.-I*-.I-.-.EX'PENSES
1979 1980
e- e REVENUES
1
L 400000
L
A
R
S
1'.'1...''..'.'i, ,,0,,,1, l,
1981
LEGEND: DOLLARS
STREET FUND REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES 1975- 1981
30000
27580
20000
17500
1975 1976 1977 1978
YEAR
---'*E'X-PEN-SE-S '*
1979 1980
3G---3-[REVENUES
1981
LEGEND: DOLLARS
D 25000
0
L
A
R 22500
S
Er
ZEr'
1'',I''..'..l''''..''.'1.'',...1 ...., I'*1.,1 1
WATER FUND REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES 1975- 1981
420800
390000
360000
270000
240000
1975 1976 1977 1978
YEAR
EXPENSES
1979 1980
8-El REVENUES
1
1
1
LEGEND: DOLLARS
D
0
L 330000
L
1
1
A
R
S 300000
1,
1...'., 1
l 98l
WASTE WATER FUND REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES 1975- 1981
130000
120000
110000
100000
70000
60000
50000
1975 1976 1977 1978
YEAR
EXPENSES
1979 1980
E0}--0--REVENUES LEGEND: DOLLARS
D
0
L 90000
L
A
R 80000
S
1'1..'' '', 1
1981
TOTAL EXPENDITURES 1973-1981
EXP
900000
800000
700000
600000
500000
400000
300000
l,,, 1,'.,1.'' I'','1' .'.'1, '1,
1970 1972 1974 1976 1978 1980
YEAR

Council Minutes May 19, 1982

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
MAY 19, 1982
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Harriott
Councilmember Bartlett
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Schnaidt
MINUTES
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
MAY 5, 1982 -REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING -Councilmember Avery moved that the
minutes be approved as corrected. Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Rick Bline, Sentinel - Molly Amspaugh, Advocate
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of April was presented and reviewed. A
copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of April was presented. reviewed the Manager Plunkett report with Council and brought to their attention the signifi- cant decrease in water pumped and treated in April.
Councilmember Bartlett commented that she received several complaint calls ofrofmf/ concerned citizens in the Pearl Street area, regarding water being shut without prior notification.
Manager Plunkett responded that the shuto- ffs were not planned ones, but rather to sewer construction problems on Pearl Street. He said a letter was delivered to each residence in the area today explaining the situation and agsreksinsg. citizens to bear with the Village while this construction is in pro-
Ms. Bartlett said she also received some calls from elderly citizens who ownerethecosnicdeernweadlkasb. out the lack of safety and courtesy shown to pedestrians
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Manager Plunkett responded, and said that the Kiwanis Club are sponsoring a
Bicycle Safety" class this Saturday, to be supervised by the Granville
Police Department, and he would mention this problem to them.
Vice Mayor Davison reported that he received several calls complaining about
the noise last Saturday night.
Manager Plunkett at this time reviewed with Council Granville Police Department
followsup procedures on noise complaints.
Following review and discussion, Councilmember Harriott moved to approve the
Manager' s Report for the month of April. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Miller. Motion carried. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part
of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -Councilmember Avery reported on the Development
Commission meeting held May 13, 1982.
Mr. Avery said the Commission approved the "Declaration of Restricted
Covenants" which applied to the Russell' s proposed "Nature' s Nook" Addition,
in addition to the final plat.
Also, two of the businesses that were burned out because of the Opera
House fire were granted Change-In-Uses for new locations in the business
district. Mrs. Morrison' s "Our Place" antique§w,ill be relocating in the
former music shop on North Prospect Street, and the Oliverio' s "St. Ives", will be occupying space on the second floor above Fuller' s Market on East
Broadway, formerly used as a law office. Both, were granted sign permits.
Mr. Dumbauld' s proposed improvements to his shop on North Prospect Street
received approval under Architectural Review and the issuance of a Zoning Permit.
Manager Plunkett mentioned that he, Robin Bartlett and Dave Harriott met with residents of BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives on May 11th at Colonel Mavis' s home. The meeting had been requested by the residents to discuss with the Manager a possible solution to the road conditon of these drives. As a result of that meeting, May 14th, he, Jerry Turner and Lee Slaughter inspected
the two drives. Mr. Plunkett said he has scheduled a Street Com- mittee meeting for tonight immediately following the Regular Council Meet- ing to discuss the matter. further.
Manager Plunkett also stated that he met with the Pearl Street sewer con- tractor to discuss with him the possibility of replacing the Pearl Street water main at the same time he' s doing the sewer work. Mr. Plunkett explained, that as the sewer work progressed, more and more water lines
were being lost due to deteriorating lines. He said the lines are very badly corroded on the outside, and incrusted with lime at least one inch thick on the inside, leaving approximately a half-inch for water to pass. Hence he said, the proposed Resolution No. 82-14 and Ordinance No. 148-2, scheduled this evening for Council' s consideration.
OLD BUSINESS -None
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Page 3 of 4
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 138- 2, .A"n Ordinance To Provide For The Issuance Of Notes In
Anticipation Of The Issuance Of Bonds To Pay The Property Owners' Portion,
In Anticipation Of The Levy And Collection Of Special Assessments, Of The
Cost Of Improving Wildwood Drive Between Certain Termini By Grading, Constructing
A New Base And Drainage Ditches, Paving With Asphalt, Together
With Necessary Appurtenances, And Declaring An Emergency"w,as introduced
and read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of the "Emergency Clause", described
within the text of Ordinance No. 13-82, Section XIII. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Roll call vote: Schnaidt-yes, Bartlettyes,
Averyy-es, Harriotty-es, Millery-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. Emergency Suction XIII, duly passed with seven yes votes.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 13-82. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Schnaidty-es, Miller-yes, Averyy-es, Marriotty-es, Bartletty-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty- esO..rdinance No. 13-82 duly adopted with seven yes votes.
Resolution No. 82-14, "A Resolution To Declare The Deterioration Of The
Pearl Street Waterline A Public Disaster And To Authorize The Village Manager To Obtain Necessary Replacement And Repair Services Attendant There- to In The Open Market Without Competition"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Avery.
Councilmember Avery moved for passage of Resolution No. 82-14. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Avery-yes, SchnaidtyReess,
olHutiaornriotty-es, Bartletty-es, Millery-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. No. 82-14 duly passed with seven yes votes.
Ordinance No. 148- 2, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25-81 And Appro- priate Funds For Capital Expenditures And Declaring An Emergency"w,as intnoduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of the "Emergency Section" described within the text of Ordinance No. 148-2, Section II. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Roll call vote: Davisony-es,A,veryy-es, Schnaidty-es, dBualyrtpleastste-ydes, Millery-es, Harriotty-es, Gallanty-es. Emergency Section II, with seven yes votes.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 148-2. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Davisony-es, Millery-es, Bartletty-es, Averyy-es, Schnaidty-es, Harriotty-es, Gallanty-es. Ordinance No. 14-82 duly adopted with seven yes votes.
Ordinance No. 158- 2, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 258-1 And Appro- priate Funds For State Examiner' s Fees"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller. A public hearing was scheduled at this time for June 2, 1982, at 7: 30 p.m..
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS -None
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May 19, 1982
Page 4 of 4
ADDITIONAL COMMENTSIN/ FORMATION
Manager Plunkett mentioned, that he had a copy of the Auditor' s Report available
for members to review this evening.
Mr. Plunkett also mentioned that Village Police Officers were given written
and oral exams for the sergeants position. Two of the top officers were
Officer Cartnal' and;Officer Kenney, with only a slight marginal difference
between the two. He said the Police Chief has recommended that Steve
Cartnal be promoted to the sergeants position. Mr. Plunkett commented
that he concurred with the Chief' s recommendation.
Manager Plunkett also advised Council that the Finahcial Resources Study
Commission will present members with a written and oral report on June 2nd.
Mayor Gallant reminded members of the Memorial Day Parade, and that each
were invited to participate in the parade. Mrs. Sipe, coordinator of the
parade has advised him that participants will gather in front of the
St. Lukes Episcopal Church, at 10:30 a.m.,on May 3lst to assemble.
Council also discussed placing two Charter amendments on the November ballot
for voters to consider. One, is to allow the non-partisan election of
Council Members, and the other to add a section to the Finance VI, to
establish "Depository Bidding" according to the Charter rather than by the
Ohio Revised Code. Members were in agreement to proceed with what ever action is necessary in time for submission to the Board of Elections for
the November ballot.
With no further business to discuss, Councilmember Miller moved for adjournment,
seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 31 p.m..
est:
CTerk of Council
Mayo
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
A
I
a.1 lolations
BaleCoollfecBtoendd Monies from previous month for present month Arnc Pa id to State (RRF &GRF) AmEdpa-id in refunds or overpayments Amount paid to General Fund
Relance bond monies remaining in account
April 1982
53
916.00
3106.00
504. 00
792.00
2576.00
150. 00
March 1982
1
39
926. 00
2989.00
481. 00
322.00
2196.00
916.00
April 1981
40
1203. 00
93. 00
4. 00
1106. 00
0-
MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
Parkina Tickets Issued: 40 46 80
ions: 45 Comolaints: 8
SdS ian 1 2 8
Stop Signal 4
i 7 3
SDeed
21 17 14
Improper Turn 1 1 5
4Juvenile Court 2 1 3
Driving Under Influence of Alcohol 1
Reckless Operation of Motor Vehicle 1
Failure to Yield 2 1
Expired Plates 2 2 1
0 ODerators License 3
q
No MC Endorsement 2 1
raie to Reaister 2 1
4
met or eve Drotection on Motorcycle 2
failure to yield viqilance in backing 2
i.. 1 riminal TresDass 1
Rublic Indecency 1 1
1
Complicity
3
Criminal Mischief 2
alsification of Drivers License 1
4
assinq in No Passing Zone 1
ivinq Under Suspension . 1
kiding on outside of moving vehicle 1
TeotmittVin' g J9] .s[on to ride on outside movina veU' s16-
April 1982 March 1982 April 1981
Pr hibited Right Turn on red 1 1
egard Flashing Signal 1
at Large 1
Failure to drive on right half of roadway 1
Disorderly Conduct 1
Assault 1
N
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Pumped
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
New Meters Installed
Meters Replaced
Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired
Water Taps
Telephone Calls
Radio Calls
MANAGER' S REPORT
April 1982
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS .
39,228,000
1.308.000
4
1
n
16
2
0
343
1,297
March 1982
43,050,000
1.389.000
1
1
4
4
1
0
330 -
1,422
April 1981
36,370,000
1.210.000
1. All of the above All calls telephone and radio calls were Police Department related. Village ofwficeree ahcotuerds. upon by Water Department employees after regular
2. Repaired water service on South Main Street.
3. RSetrpeaeirtesd. broken fire hydrant on the corner of East Broadway and Prospect
4. Repaired 4 inch water main at the intersection of North Main and College Streets, (approximately 300,000 gallons per day loss).
5. Well #2 repaired, (part of well renovation, 1982 Capital Improvements).
3
10
1
0
22]
1,302
0
0
6 1 5
Manager' s Report
Page II
WASTE WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Treated
Daily Average (Gallons)
Sludge Beds Filled
Sludge Beds Cleaned
Lines Rodded
Monthly Rain Fall
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
April 1982
18,200,000
607,000
1. 500 ft.
3. 1 In.
March 1982
17,900,000
577,000
1.000 Ft.
2.6 Tn.
April 1981
17,989,000
600,000
2,000 Ft.
4. 65 In.
2 0 2
0 1 1
Manager' s Report
Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance(Cold Mix 6 Tons
Streets Swept (Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
Inlets Repaired &Adjusted
Grass Mowed (Acres)
Brush &Clippings (Loads)
Leaf Pickup (Loads)
Snow Removal
Salt Water (Gallons)
Backhoe Worked (Days)
Water Plant (Supplement)
Waste Water Plant (Supplement)
ther Projects (Hours)
elfare (Hours)
all Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Variance Application
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permit
Special Interest Items
A ril 1982
Amount Manhours
115
32
112
108
March 1982 April 1981
Amount Manhours Amount Manhours
1 18 5
12
0 56
37
109
8
5
6
39. 5
120
268
8
4 8 1 4 8
6 6
1 32. 7 360
80
140 230
4 32
fin 68
54 345
14 48
2 0
0 0 0
1R 144
0 120
0 0 1 140
0 579
0 205
5 12
0 8 80 0 160
1
0 1 0
6 1 1
n n 0
1 1 1
1 1
00
Paae IV
Manager' s Report
POLICE DEPARTMENT
Motor Assists
Citations
Parking Tickets
Accidents
1) Non-Injury
2) With Injuries
Cars Impounded
1) Violations
2) Abandoned
3) Other
Cars Checked
Homes Checked
Bicycles Stolen
1) Secured
2) Unsecured
Bicycle Accidents
1) Non-Injury
2) With Injuries
Complaints
1) Prowlers
2) Dogs
3) Vehicles
4) Other
Attempted/B&E
Thefts
False Bank Alarms
Missing Persons
1) Actual
2) Unsupported
Village Fires
1) Non-Injury
2) With Injuries
Emergency Run Assists
1) Village
2) Townshio
Sheriff' s Dent. Assists
Ohio Hwy. Patrol Assists
Unsecured Buildings
Vehicle Miles
80 Ply.
1) 4-1-82_through 4-30-82
April 1982
5
0
0
42
14)394
12
12
10
3
8
39: 940
3.440
0
4
5
30
3
3
8
23
45
40
March 1982
23
39
46
28)615
7
7
4
1
11
33.884
528
2
5
6
29
2
8
4
April 1981
37
37
80
20)437
3
11
11
27
3
2-bikes)8
4
4
11-fire)24
5
1
18
79 Ply.
9 3 6
1 1 2
1 2
0 0
0 0
35 21
n n 0
n n 2
0 0 0
0 0 1
1 0 0
0 0 1
3 1 5
0 0 0
MEM()
70: Village Manager
FROM: Chief of Police
DATE: May 19, 1982
SUBJECT: Recommendation for promotion to sergeant
It is recommended by me, as chief of Police, Granville the following Police Department, officer be promoted to position of sergeant under the following conditions. He will accept the position if offered and accept in accordance with our personnel policy the required 6 month probation period. That he agree to follow and enforce the department rules and regulations, department procedures and directives. That he be willing to attend the First Line Supervision School presented at the Ohio Peace Officers Training Academy. tAhned that he be willing to fill in on administrative duties in the absence of Chief of Police.
The following was the set criterion to my decision of recommendation. A sergeantls exam was given with a needed 80 minimum average to be eligible. An oral review board was set up which consisted of our Law Director, two area merchants and managers, Lt. Charles of the State Highway Patrol post, Chief Pooffsitceo.f Newark Police Department and John Eisel from the County Prosecutors
The board eliminated one officer and highly recommended Officer Steve bCeatwrteneanl athnedmO. fficer John Kenney with only a slight marginal difference
My recommendation was based on the following: Time with the department, education and training, loyalty, dedication to the job, ability to lead, attendance, physical agility, working with others, work knowledge, stress estitcu.ations, work performance, report writting, administrative ability, neatness,
With the above in mind it was still a very marginal decision of two fine officers, I recommend that Officer Steve Cartnal be promoted to the position of sergeant effective date June 2, 1982. I also recommend that Officer Kenney, in keeping with his fine standards be moved into the next opening without having to go through the exam and oral review board.
Frank Sorrell
Chief of Police
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GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
WASTE WATER
WW CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
LITTER CONTROL &RECYCLING
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
BALANCE 3/31/ 82
276,401.26
371.20
784.94
31,657.96
26,216.95
53,182.53
261,176.07
37,566.73
66,960.00
10,359.92
110.79
111,000.00
875,788.35
Certificates of Deposit 3/31/ 82
General Fund
Water
Water Capital Improvement
Waste Water
W W Capital Improvement
Equipment Reserve
TOTAL
210,000
30,000
10,000
40,000
100,000
40,000
430,000
Ts
54,504.74
3,517.80
285.22
23,534.33
0-
7,128.15
2,507.36
7,387.00
0-
0-
2,153.31
0-
101,017.91
DISBURSEMENTS
44,914.41
2,693.12
169.22
27,087.52
0-
10,374.00
46,032.21
787.03
0-
0-
2,264.10
0-
134,321.61
BACANCE
285,991.59
1,195.88
900.94
28,104.77
26,216.95
49,936.68
217,651.22
44,166.70
66,960.00
10,359.92
0-
111,000.00
842,484.65
Certificates of Deposit 4/30/ 82
General Fund
Water
Water Capital Improvement
Waste Water
W W Capital Improvement
Equipment Reserve
210,000
30,000
10, 000
40,000
100,000
40,000
TOTAL $430,000

Employee Payroll / Compensation

The Village has thirty-six (36) full-time employees, 16 regular part-time employees and seaonal employees. Village Personnel Policy

Go to My Pay Stub and login.