Granville Community Calendar

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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These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
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.
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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
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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
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0 1 1
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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
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