Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes December 21, 1983

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
DECEMBER 21, 1983
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 Rader
Councilmember Eisenberg
Councilmember Avery
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Eisenberg moved to excuse absentee member Schnaidt. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARINGS
A public hearing was held at this time for the following legislation:
Ordinance No. 32-83, "An Ordinance To Establish The Manager' s Salary For 1984."
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 32-83. Public hearing
closed at 7: 33 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
Ordinance No. 33-83, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 40-82 Providing For
Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1983 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses."
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 33-83. Public hearing
closed at 7: 34 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
Ordinance No. 34-83, "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, 1984."
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 34-83. Public hearing closed at 7: 35 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
December 7, 1983 -Regular Council Meeting -Motion distributed to approve the minutes as The motion cwaarsriemda.de by Vice Mayor Davison and seconded by Councilmember Miller.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Cindy Howes, WHTH/ WNKO
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Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
December 21, 1983
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MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of November 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 November was presented. Manager Plunkett
reviewed the report with members of Council and added the following comment:
Owens-Corning Technical Center' s water usage is up again, and they are now in the process of installing some equipment to curtail usage. Following a brief review and discussion, Councilmember Miller moved to approve the Manager' s Report for the month of November. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -Councilmember Avery reported on the Development Com- mission meeting of December 8th. At that meeting, Denison University received approval for a two (2) year renewal of their Conditional Use Permit for Lamson Lodge with the following conditions: 1) Can be used by students, their guests, and parents, 2) Hours extended to 1: 00 a.m.m,aximum daily operation of four (4) hours, 3) Special occasions may be scheduled on a one per week maximum basis, i.e.,Friday, Saturday, and one additional day, 4) An adult manager does not have to be on the premises during all hours of operation.
Mr. Davison voiced a concern about these conditions, stating that previous approval for Lamson Lodge was that the pub would be supervised at all times and Councilmember Miller stated that the original approval for the lodge was that it would accommodate students :and faculty only.
Manager Plunkett responded and said that if complaints or problems arise, they could be summoned in and the Development Commission would have cause to revoke the Conditional Use.
Mr. Avery continued with his report of the Development Commission meeting and said that architectural approval was given to Mr. Smith to build a roof on his porch at 226 East Broadway. With regards to Hilengreen Subdivision, the Com- mission recommended that the bond requirement of $400,000 be reduced to $50,000, based on the recommendation of the Village' s engineering firm Bird &Bull, Ltd.. A letter of resignation was received from James Dumbauld, to be effective December 3lst. Mr. Dumbauld was recently elected as Chief of the Granville Volunteer Fire Department.
It was the consensus of Council at this time to make notice of the vacancies which will exist on the Development Commission and the Board of Zoning and Building Appeals, and announce that they are seeking candidates for those seats.
Recreation Commission -Councilmember Eisenberg stated that he missed the last 1 mmeeeettiinnggs. Hinowtheeverf,uRtoudreM. cPeek said he would see that he receives minutes of the
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December 21, 1983
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OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No3.2.8- 3, A"n Ordinance To Establish The Manager' s Salary For 1984",
was moved for adoption by Councilmember Miller. Motion seconded by Council- member Avery. Roll call vote: Millery-es, Averyy-es, Eisenbergy-es, Radery-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es, Schnaidta-bsent. Six yes votes, one member absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 32-83 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 33-83, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 408-2 Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1983 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Avery. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Roll call vote: Averyy-es, Radery-es, Eisenbergy-es, Millery-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es, Schnaidta-bsent. Six yes votes, one member absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 33-83 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 348- 3, 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, 1984"w,as moved for adoption by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion seconded by Councilmember Eisenberg. Roll call vote: Davisony-es, Eisenbergy-es, Millery-es, Averyy-es, Radery-es, Gallanty-es. Schnaidta-bsent. Six yes votes, one member absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 34-83 duly adopted.
NEW BUSINESS
Nuclear Weapons Freeze Study Commission -Mayor Gallant announced that a total NofucsleevaernWleeatptoenrss were received from individuals interested in serving on the Freeze Study Commission, and one additional volunteer offered to serve on the Commission if it were needed for balance of age or viewpoint, for a total of eight applicants.
Members then discussed the possibility of appointing all eight applicants to the Commission. Following discussion, Councilmember Avery moved that Council accept the letters from Betty Grudin, Jean Barnes, Robert F. Sylvester, Jr., Dennis Holt, Barbara L. Lucier, David S. Sorenson, and William C. Russell, and that these persons be appointed to the Nuclear Weapons Freeze Study Commission wusiethd the addition of L. Eugene Wolfe, and; that the following guidelines be by the Commission:
a) The Commission is to submit a preliminary report in three months and b) TahefinCaolmmreispsoiornt in six months, with extensions possible upon request. shall select their own Chairperson.
c) Eisachreqmuemirebedr otof trheeceCivoemma iscsoipoyn.of the resolution which explains what
Coudnc)ilMmeeemtbinegrs are to be announced, and open to the public. Miller seconded the motion. Motion carried.
It was suggested at this time that the Nuclear Weapons Freeze Study Com- mission hold their first meeting January 11, 1984, at 7:30 p.m.i,n Village Council Chambers. Mayor Gallant offered to convene that meeting. Manager fPilrusntkemtteewtainsg ddiraetcet.ed to notify the applicants of their appointment and of the
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Municipal Goals -Mayor Gallant commented at this time that he would like to
see Council set new goals for 1984 and asked members to make a list of special
projects or goals they feel need addressing. Each member should rank their list
according to individual priority, and bring to the next meeting. Mr. Gallant
asked Manager Plunkett to send copies of the 1982 and 1983 Municipal Goals to
each member to give them some idea of the items Council has been working on the past two years.
Other Items
Council discussed briefly about their plans to review the BeechwoodT/hornewood situation at the January 4, 1984 meeting.
With no further business to discuss, Councilmember Rader moved for adjourment. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 36 p.m..
Attest:
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These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
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MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
rkinq Tickets Issued
tations: 31 Complaints: 3
StoD Sign
2top Signal
Speed
Imorover Turn
Juvenile Court
Drivina Under Influence of Alcohol
Reckless ODeration
Ex Di red Plates
Driving Under Suspension
imDroper Turn
ing without vigilance
r/C Endorsement
Left of Center
Passing Bad Checks
Disturbing Peace
Ooen Container
Improper Passing on Right
Restriction Violation
Assured Clear Distance
Passing School bus with flashing lights Assault
Total Violations
Balance of al Bond Monies from previous month Collected for present modth unt paid to State R( RR &GRF) Int paid in refunds or overpayments MENunt paid into General Fund Balance bond monies remaining in account
November 1983
34
528.00
2795.00
3- 37735
996.00
1482.00
3 468.00
October 1983
1
58
40.00
2885. 00
559.00
9.00
1829.00
528.00
November 1982
53
40. 00
2814.00
559.00
9. 00
2251. 00
35.00
25 70 47
1 4 1
1 2 4
16 25 27
1 3 4
2
4 4
2 5 2
2
1
1 1 1
1 6 2
1
1 1
2 1
1 2
1
1
2
1 1
1
1
1
November 1983 October 1983 November 1982
1
tty Theft 2
ohibited right turn on red 1
Criminal Trespass 1
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WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Pumped
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
Misc. Customer Service Requests
Remotes or Meters Replaced
Remotes or Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired
Water Taps
Police Telephone Calls
Police Radio Calls
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
Nov. 1983
30,644,000
1,021,000
1
370
1, 644
Oct. 1983
32,572,000
1,051,000
458
1, 912
OthwanensC- orning Technical Center used approximately 75,000 gallons per day more average usage.
Nov. 1982
29,991,000
999,000
369
1,473
MANAGER' S REPORT
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3 0 2
3 3 0
6 10 19
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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
Nov. 1983 Oct. 1983 Nov. 1982
17,250,000 (Est.)17,050,000 (Est.) 18,500,000
575,000 (Est.)
250'
6. 10"
550,000 (Est.)
5.47"
616,000
1,000'
2. 3"
0 4 1
0 1 0
0,
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SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance (Cold Streets Mix-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
Sign Permits
Special Interest Items
47
2
1
3
78
Nov. 1983
Amount Manhours
12 000
14
8 10
64
4 16 5
27
124 5
00
00
48
275
3 6
80
4
5.5
346
72
53
74. 2
Oct 1983
Amount Manhours
57
3
2
24
7
0
0
10
00
00
4 62
44
132
1
12
68.5
16
0
0
5
42
64
0
265
2
80
Nov. 1982
Amount Manhours
0
12
48
0
0
12
3
6
0
0
36
65
49
0
142
12
80
4
4
210
85
149
0
118
211
0
0
8
0
0
0 0
1 3
0 2 0
3 3 0
0 0 0
0 0
0
0
1 0
tonth: November 1983
AL ACTI VITIES
Fg Ticke.6£
1Aic Citations
TuA ALc Stops
TraKc D*ibection
Vehic,Ze Chec/ u
Houje Check,6
Suspiciou.6 Pe/ u on,6
Emetq. 6 FOLe A,6,8,666£
Other Dept. Ad,3434
Impound6 6 Towing
Foot Pcut408
Und ecuked Bud£in£qs
Moto46t Ass·668 /
Patrot Time (Ho LUU )
OMPLAINT ACTI VITIES
InjuA#Accidents
NonI-njubg Acc>de£ntz
Invejt<q.ation6:
Comptaint6
11 Oddendes
M4:'.
I Fetonq
M,66 demeanor
Chakqe6 Fi,ted:
Fe«tonu
Misdemeanor
DMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES
Admin.S /peciat Detatt6 580
ServiCe,6 :
Mait 18
Hand Detivered Mait 47
Funet,at Escok6£ 1
Bank Bcota 1
VEHICLE MILEAGE:
82 Dodge
Vehicte)
83 Chevrolet
Vehic,Ce)
FUIEPUTILIZED: 523.7 Gao£n£,6
48
15
26
31
45
172
20
338
15
16
7
1
205
21
19
400
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Monthty Manager'*Repott***
Month: October 1983
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Parking Ticke16
TbaA dic Citati.ond
Tka66ic Stops
TAa&6ic Dikection
Vehicte Checks
Holue Check*
Suspiciou3 Peksond
Emebg. 6 Fire A63,66£ 8
Other Pent. A4426,166
Impound6 6 Towing
Foot Patrots
Un6 ecured Building*
Motobibt A686·££8
Patbot Time (Hou,u)
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Iniu44 Aceident&
NonI-njuq*Aced£ent6
Invest£qat.60, 13 :
Co mptunts
Odden,6
AueS #:
Fekong
M,Udemeanor
Chculge,8 Filed:
Fetonq
Mi.6 demeanor
ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES
AdminS.p/ecial Detaits
Service,6 :
Mate
Hand Delivered Mail
Funutal Ed Cott8
Bank Es COla*
58914
dometek)
9879
Odometer)
59
19
33
361
178
22
534
55
66
143
20
212
Month: November 1982
PATROL ACTI VITIES
Parking Tickets
Tha 6 61·c Citation6
T,ta66£ C Stops
Tha66£c Dibection
Vehicte ChecJu
Ho u,6 e Chectu
SUSPICIOUS Pe/ Uon,6
Emerg. 6 Fire 6&1613
Othe4 Deot. A3.,666,£
Impound*6 Toutiytq
Foot Patrob
Unbecured Bukedinqs
Motobist A668£48:
Pathot Time (Ho wa )
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Iniu/4[,Accidenti
Non-Iniukq Accidenti
Invati.gakon3 :
Comptants
06 Ae, 16u
A,UeS#:
Felony
Mis demeanot
Chabges Fited:
Fetonu
Mi.8 demeanor
ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES
AdminS.p/ecial Vetai3£
Services :
Mad
Hand Detiveked Mai£
Funebat E.3cott6
Bank E8Cottd,
3082
Mded J
1357
1 Mi,EU J
7
Al 1 ArylftLQQ Chie 6'06 0 *4-ce
562
21
Y+
280
18
5o
49
167
25
14
70
14
27 16
7 5
6 6
1
1
9 9 5
45
10
1
2
4
9 5
1
2
3
7 10
15 18
71 24
1
2
4
7
FUND
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
SEWER
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
FEDERAL SEWER GRANT
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
BALANCE 10/31/83 TS
294,562.83 70, 301. 84
11, 829. 36 3,881. 66
463.57 314.72
56,332. 94 43,370.44
15, 106.30 0-
54,803.44 20,516.75
4,941. 61 381,976.86
20,827.33 0-
16, 998. 52 5,050.31
95, 730.00 0-
14,033. 17 51, 358.25
108,000.00 0-
693,629. 07
Certificates of Deposit 10/31/83
General Fund 210,000
Water -0-
Sewer 40,000
Equipment Reserve 95,730
TOTAL 345,730
576,770.83
DISBURSEMENTS
68, 769. 52
4,227.44
185.63
47,572.33
0-
9,893.84
192,872.50
1,020.86
12,113.48
0-
0-
3, 000.00
339, 655. 60
BALANCE11
296,095.15
11,483.58
592.66
52,131.05
15,106.30
65,426.35
194,045.97
19,806.47
9,935.35
95,730.00
65, 391.42
105,000.00
930,744.30
Certificates of Depositll/30/83
General
Water
Sewer
Equipment Reserve
TOTAL
Shirley Robertson
Finance Director
250,000
0-
40,000
95,730
385,730
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Council Minutes December 7, 1983

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
DECEMBER 7, 1983
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 Schnaidt
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Eisenberg
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Vice Mayor Davison moved to excuse absentee member Rader. Motion Councilmember seconded by Avery. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
1984 Budget
No one appeared to speak for or against the proposed 1984 Municipal Budget. The public hearing closed at 7: 33 p.m..
MINUTES
November 19, 1983 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Avery moved to approve the minutes as distributed. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
December 1, 1983 -Special Organizational Meeting -Councilmember Miller moved Mtootaiopnprocvaerritehed.minutes as corrected. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Cindy Howes, WHTH/ WNKO
COMMITTEE REPORTS - None
OLD BUSINESS - None
NEW BUSINESS -
Ordinance No. 32-83, A"n Ordinance To Establish The Manager' s Salary For 1984", wasA inpturobdliucced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt. hearing was scheduled for December 21, 1983.
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Ordinance No. 33-83, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 40-82 Providing For
Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1983 And Revising Sums
For Operating Expenses", was introduced and title read in its entirety by
Councilmember Avery.
A public hearing was scheduled for December 21, 1983.
Ordinance No. 34-83, "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, 1984", was introduced and title read in its
entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
A public hearing was scheduled for December 21, 1983.
Resolution No. 83-41, "A Resolution To Establish Pay Classifications And Salary
Rates For The Several Departments Of The Village Of Granville, And To Repeal
Resolution No. 83-5",was introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember
Miller.
Councilmember Miller moved for passage of Resolution No. 83-41, with Exhibit
A" (Salary Schedule).Motion seconded by Councilmember Eisenberg. Motion
carried. Resolution No. 83-41, and Exhibit "A" duly passed.
Land Lease -Manager Plunkett mentioned that he and Ralph Blackstone, Village
Service &Utilities Director, met with David McDaniel of 2522 Loudon Street,
Granville, to discuss his proposal to rent Village owned fields for farming.
Mr. McDaniel proposes to rent the land for $50/ acre. Mr. Plunkett said the
Village owns approximately 70 acres of tillable land behind the Village Wastewater
Treatment Plant and the Village Water Treatment Plant. At that meeting,
discussion also included a separate proposal for Mr. McDaniel to haul the Village' s sludge.
Village Law Director, Robert N. Drake, commented that renting this land would cause a partial reduction of the Village' s tax exemption status, but the $50/acre would more than compensate for this reduction.
Following a brief discussion among members Council of Council and Manager Plunkett, directed the Manager to prepare a resolution to enter into a contract
for the rental of Village owned land and; that the Village Law Director pre- pdre a contract to include the following conditions for farming the land: A) The renter must carry liability insurance, B) No pesticides are to be sprayed
or worked into the soil one-hundred (100) feet from the Village' s water wells, and C) when crops are harvested the land is to be plowed, cultivated and seeded, the Village will provide the grass seed).
Granville' s Wastewater Treatment Plant Construction Grant -In response to an alarming certified letter from the Ohio EPA, which treatened termination of the Village' s grant, Manager Plunkett immediately contacted the Village' s engineer- ing firm for this project to advise them of their legal responsibility for the proper and timely filing of the subject plans and specifications to the Ohio EPA. In addition, Mr. Plunkett told the firm to be prepared to discuss the situation with Council at the regular meeting of December 7, 1983.
Present for this evening' s discussion on the above subject were: Mr. Jack Jones, fMirrm. Larry Carroll, and Mr. Mike Atherine, all principals of the engineering L. H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc..
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Mr. Jones was first to speak and assured Council and others that the Village' s
plans and specifications for this project were submitted to Greg Binder of Ohio
EPA today. In addition, Mr. Jones presented to Council copies of the following
information: a) A cover letter in response to Ohio EPA' s letter of Dec. 1, 1983,
b) A report of the associated problems on this project, c) Meeting dates his
firm has made with suppliers, the Village, and the Ohio EPA, d) A progress report,
e) A schedule comparison, and f) An accelerated completion schedule.
Each of the above items were discussed at length with members of Council. A
copy of these items are attached as part of these minutes.
Following review of the above items of information, Mr. Jones opened the
floor for discussion, and a lengthy question and answer session was conducted.
Following this session, Mike Atherine presented a copy of the detailed plans and
specifications as submitted to the Ohio EPA, and reviewed each detail with
members.
Mayor Gallant on behalf of Village Council, thanked Mr. Jones, Mr. Carroll,
and Mr. Atherine for coming to the meeting and for their detailed progress report.
Meeting Announcements
December 21, 1983 -Regular Council Meeting -7: 30 p.m..
With no further business to discuss, Councilmember Miller moved for adjournment.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Eisenberg. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 25 p.m..
Attest:
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Mayor(j
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
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Mr. Douglas Plunkett
Village Manager
Village of_Granville
118 South Main St.
Granville, OH 43023
Dear Mr. Plunkett:
LESTER H.POGGEMEYER,P.E., INC.
Paul E.Shuler,AIA
December 6, 1983
Re: Village of Granville
Wastewater Improvements
Job No. 82091-A
EPA C 391 679 01
This letter is being written in response to the OEPA 1, 1983 letter dated December concerning your wastewater improvements project.
We have reviewed this letter and our files to formulate a professional and accurate response which will answer your questions and those of the appropriate governmental agencies.
To preclude our comments, let me initially state that while we acknowledge that we may be partially responsible for these delays, we believe there are numerous other reasons why this situation has developed.
We have had, and will continue to have, the Village of Granville' s interest of first and foremost importance to us over our relationship with OEPA. If OonEePAo. f these relationships must suffer then let it be our relationship with
We took this assignment with enthusiasm and with an interest in making Granville satisfied with the final development.
It would have been extremely easy to proceed with the facility plan wreocuolmd mendations verbatim as provided for in our contract. This facility have possibly included:
ba.. Oxidation ditches processes which were unconventional. No future expansion area on existing site.
121 EAST WOOSTER STREET BOWLING GREEN, OHIO 43402-2975 PHONE: ( 419)352-7537
An Equal Opportunity Employer
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Mr. Doug Plunkett
December 6, 1983
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c. Not meeting the permit requirements.
d. Existing buildings and tankage to maintain.
e. No innovative or modern technology.
f. · Using equipment and processes we recommended and were familiar
with, but operators didn' t necessarily agree with or get good
service from.
g. Ignoring flood plain and hydrostatic considerations.
h. Without considering better facilities, which eliminated other
requirements (grit removal required by screening).
i. No consideration for a better site.
j. No visits to sites to inspect actual equipment in operation and as installed.
k. Total lack of local concerns.
1. Limited EPA review.
m. No alterations from the Facility Plan recommendations.
You hired us, we believe, because of our responsiveness to local concerns,
our willingness to fight for what' s right regardless of the regulations and
our concern for economies in our operation and your facilities and operations.
This may take more time to solve past problems, address local incorporate local desires concerns and which the community will live with, operate and maintain for the next forty (40) years. We believe these delays to be
justifiable, although we may concur they have exceeded what we all expected or desired.
This whole design process is not what we contracted to perform, but we have not increased our fees due to inflation or for performing substantially different work. We could have been more efficient and much more profitable
on work which was originally proposed. This has also caused us scheduling problems as this design process, including reviews, has drawn out over a longer period. We originally scheduled four (41 to six (6) months of work, which we could not even initiate until four (4) to six (6) months later. These are not excuses, because we realize there are none which will alleviate your concern for your grant funds, but these are some facts supported by dates, which we have included for your review.
Our primary problem would be related to being overly cooperative with and accommodating to all parties even if our company scheduling and profits suffer and even if our agency relationships are strained. This has been our problem with Mr. Gene Wright as was evidenced in our meeting in March. We· are, and will continue to be, strong believers in and supporters of complete local participation.
OEPA, as you know from our past experiences, typically does not care about your local concerns or other practical considerations. They, for the most part, are concerned with protecting their interests and responding to pressures from USEPA. You will rarely see an OEPA representative go out on
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Mr. Doug Plunkett
December 6, 1983
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a limb to satisfy you concerns, although there are some within the agency
who have been very supportive. We are constantly suggesting those
situations where we believe it is in our clients best interests but may not
be desirable from OEPA' s considerations. This alienates some people who
would otherwise conveniently go by the regulations.
We apologize for any problems this situation has caused you or the
administration and we will do everything possible to expedite the project
Withoutsacrificing your grant or your interests.
It would have been clearly, to OEPA, the Village and our firms advantage,
to proceed per the preliminary plan, but this would have resulted, as many
EPA projects have, in being a facility which could have been somewhat of a
technological white elephant which Granville would have to operate,
maintain and expand at their own costs for eternity. We have also enclosed
a Progress History Report, Meeting Dates and a Report of Associated
Problems for your review.
We do not believe that OEPA acted from proper information in this instance,
and we have enclosed our response to them for your review. We do not wish
to have our reputation and our relationship with you jeopardized.
We certainly hope that the Village will support our firm in this situation
and that we may present a united approach to solving these problems and
completing the project as planned.
If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to contact this office
accordingly.
Thanking you, I am
JAJ/ moz
Yours truly,
LESTER H. POGGEMEYER, P.E.,INC.
Jack A. Jones, P. E.
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REPORT
OF
ASSOCIATED PROBLEMS
There a number of different problems that we have dealt with in the last
year:
a. The facility plan was a segmented part of a County plan and
therefore, an evaluation of Granville was much more of a general
nature than a specific nature. This has sometimes been used
against us both ways by OEPA, forcing us to do things that may not
make sense and not allowing us to do things that do make sense.
These considerations included site process, flood plain, sizing
and maintaining existing facilities.
b. Pearl Street Phase I encountered some problems in grant work,
reimbursement, construction etc.
c. Pearl Street Phase II Extension sizing dispute.
d. Getting the existinglplant operational pumps, trucking filter, etc.
e. We designed for preferred equipment suppliers and used processes new to Ohio.
f. Investigated a new site due to limitations of the existing site.
g. Investigated purchase of additional land adjacent to existing site.
h. Obtained final flood plain clearance.
i. Obtained concurrence on changes from the facilities proposed plan to alter processes, remove existing buildings, tanks, construct
ninecwrefaasceiligtrieanst. per our recommendations, use innovative funding to
j. Normally under the facility plan stage, we would have reviewed
processes, site, etc. for approval with the entity. This was not done properly, and therefore was done in the design stage. You also changed operators since we initiated the project. Our first meetings with your old operator indicated a preference for a plant identical to one we previously designed. Your new operator is very concerned and much more conscientious. We enjoy an excellent relationship with all your personnel.
k. Nreuimmebruourssempaeynmt.ent delays due to financing problems and grant
1. The attached. list of meetings represents consistent activity: until recently when meetings with the Village were sacrificed for completion of the design.
10/20/82
10/26/82
1/5/83
2/1 -2/3/83
2/9/83
2/23/ 83
2/25/83
3/1/83
3/2/83
3/4/83
3/30/83
4/12/ 83
4/26/83
4/29/83
5/4/83
5/19/ 83
6/13/83
6/27/83
7/12/ 83
7/28/ 83
8/3/83
8/10/ 83
9/15/ 83
9/26/ 83
9/29/ 83
10/4/83
10/6/83
10/14/83
10/18/83
11/17/ 83
11/23/ 83
Suppliers, Village, OEPA)
Council
Village Representative
Council
Site
Site
Wachter
T& R
Keel
Council
OEPA with Plunkett
Wachter with T& R
Keel
T& R
OEPA
Council
Demo.
Mid Course OEPA (calll
T& R
T& R
Keel
Council
OEPA Plan Review
Equip. T& R
Minority
Keel
E E &ME Sub
Financing Plunkett
E E &ME Sub
Keel
USCH
E E &ME
MEETING DATES
PROGRESS HISTORY REPORT
Application (all costs and fees) 5/14/ 82
Grant Award Accepted 10/20/82
Initiate review of Facility Plan design
with Village Representative (impossible to
proceed as recommended Facility Plan) 10/26/82
Desire to use equipment supplied by H. P. Thompson Co.
different than Facility Plan) 10/26/82
Desire to visit installations which were similarly expressed
in meetings with Village operational personnel
Manufacturers to schedule trip
problems due to people schedules and weather
Lester H. Poggemeyer questi6ned flood proofing requirements 1/28/83
Trips scheduled to review facilities 2/1/83
thru 2/9/83
Notified by ODNR that Flood Plain information had to be
re-evaluated (potential change from Facilities Plan,
copies forwarded to OEPA) 2/7/83
Presentation by suppliers on equipment 2/25/83
Council meeting to discuss site problems
limited area, soils, bouyancy, no diking, processes) 3/2/83
OEPA meeting to discuss new site
expressed problems encountered with Facility Plan
recommendations) 3/4/83
Authorized soils Investigation of site based on probable
layout of facilities 3/17/83
Meeti.ng. to finalize equipment selection
other facility visits to be scheduled)
details for design to follow) 3/30/83
Prel imi na ry soi 1 s repo rt
indicates several problems) 5/20/ 83
Perform economic evaluation site
requested by OEPA) 6/15/83
7/28/83
Final Soils Report received
need to revise structures due to elevations and
and design to fill material, soils, groundwater
considerations)
Flood Plain Approval (Final)
copies at OEPA)
OEPA Review Plans (Demolition)
different than Facility Plan)
review at site)
Proceed with completion of detailed plans based on
tentative approval.
Modify plans due to structural problems (all facilities)
flood plain, restrictive site)
8/4/83
8/10/ 83
Accept Grant*
Initiate Plans*
Submit Plans
OEPA
9/22/83
10/1/82
4/1/83
Actual
10/20/83
11/1/82
5/1/83
Assumes Facility Plan Correct and Implementable
Facility Plan
Requirements
Satisfied
Flood Plain Elev.
8/4/83*
See attached letters from ODNR
6 mo. to complete
detailed plans
Months Delayed
1 mo.
1 mo.
7 mon.
as of
Date OEPA
letter)
2/4/84
revised
detailed
plan completion
date
SCHEDULE COMPARISON
ACCELERATED COMPLETION SCHEDULE
Completion of Detailed Plans and Specs
Review and Approval (OEPA) ( 2 mo.)
Advertisement for Bids (m* o.)
Receive Bids (1 mo.)
Award Contracts (13 mo.)
Initiate Construction (1 mo.)
Complete Construction (1 yr.)
Initiate Operation
Certify Operation
12/15/ 83
2/15/84
3/1/84
4/1/84
5/15/ 84
6/1/84
6/1/85
5/1/85
5/1/86
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LESTER H.POGGEMEYER,P.E., INC.
Paul E.Shuler,AIA
Mr. Gregory Binder, P.E.
Chief, Division of Construction Grants
Ohio Environmental Protection Agency
361 E. Broad Street
Columbus, Ohio 43216-1049
Dear Mr. Binder:
December 7, 1983
Re: Village of Granville
Wastewater Improvements
Job No. 82091-A
EPA No. C 391679-01
Please find enclosed three (3) sets of detailed plans and specifications on
the following projects:
a.)Detailed Plans and Specifications for wastewater treatment plant.
b.)Detailed Plans and Specifications for Pearl Street Replacement
Sewer Phase II.
c.)Misc. Rehabilitation Improvements.
We have also enclosed the following appropriate data sheet submittals:
a.)Checklist to review of P& S for WWT Works
b.)Appendix G Extended Aeration Data Sheet
c.)Permit to install application
d.)Sanitary sewer data sheet
e.)Application for approval of Plans
User charge work has been previously completed, submitted, reviewed and approved.
1 121 EAST WOOSTER STREET BOWLING GREEN, OHIO 43402-2975 PHONE: 4 (19)352-7537
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Mr. Gregory Binder, P.E.
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The Village will be submitting checks for the following within three (3)
days of the date of this letter:
a.) 1 5$Permit to Install
b.) 5 0$00 Plan Review Fees
c.) 1 5$Sludge Management Application Fee
d.) 1 0$0 Sludge Management Plan Review Fee
We will also be submitting a letter from the Village of Granville approving
the plans and submitting them for your review and approval, together with a
executed permit to install application.
We will also be submitting the following information within two (2) weeks:
a.)Plan of Operation
b.)Sludge Management Plan
c.)Current Construction Estimate
d. 1 Current Equipment List and Costs
e.)Engineering Sub-Agreement for Step 3
We believe this addresses all the items of a normal review submittal.
Should there be any questions, please do not hesitate to contact this
office accordingly.
Thanking you, I am
cc Village of Granville
Yours truly,
LESTER H. POGGEMEYER, P.E.IN,C.
Jack A. Jones, P.E.
PcwN*EFM' . METZENBAUM
OHIO
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WASHINGTON. O.C. 20510
December 2, 1983
'·j . j <ENLY ANNrUTRALSRESOCURCES
JUDICIARY
LABOR AND HUMAN RESOURCES
BUDGET
Ms. Catherine M. Miller
Village of Granville
118 South Main Street
Granville, Ohio 43023
Dear Ms. Miller:
Thank you for your communication. I appreciate hearing from you.
The time is long past due for the leaders of the United States and the Soviet Union to sit down with one another and negotiate an end to the nuclear arms race. At a time when both sides have the capacity to destroy human life on this pnulacnleeatr, aI rsseeenanlso sense whatever in adding endlessly to the of either nation.
negotIiattehas been said that the Soviet Union is not prepared to nuclear weaapvoensr.ifiaIblbeelaiegvreee,ment for a mutual reduction in an obligation however, that our government has to the American people to try to reach such an agreement. Hatfield, For this reason, I joined Senators Kennedy and co-sponsordoufrinthgeboth the 97th and 98th Congresses, as a Nuclear Freeze Resolution.
On October 31, 1983, the Republican leadership was successful in defeating the Nuclear Freeze Resolution in the Senate when it was offered as an amendment to the debt ceiling bill. opportuYnoiutycan be sure, however, that the Senate will have the and on other inmathtteersfutruerlaetetdo vote again on the nuclear freeze weapons. to the control of nuclear
your views. I appreciate your contacting me, and I am grateful for
very sincerely yours,
0440* Howard M. Metzenbaum
United States Senator
HMMac/e
December 13, 1983
Mr. Douglas Plunkett
P.O. Box 514
Granville, OH 43023
Dear Mr. Plunkett:
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The recent media speculation about the demise of Spotlight, the 24-hour movie
channel Dimension Cable Service carries on Channel 2 is at an end. Spotlight
is going out of business and will be replaced by The Movie Channel on February
1, 1984. With The Movie Channel, our subscribers will receive uninterrupted service at the same cost.
The Movie Channel , offering 60 niovie titles each month and a di fferent movie
every evening at 8:00 PM, has the greatest variety of movies offered by any
pay movie service. Research shows that most people buy cable for the movies.
We recognize any change of service can be confusing. To minimize this, we are communicating these changes with our subscribers through a variety of vehicles,
including the enclosed letter, bill inserts, notices on our local channels and
our monthly Dimension guide.
I thought you might be interested in why Spotlight made this decision. Our parent company, Times Mirror Cable Television, was one of four partners in Spotlight, and therefore, I can share with you the process as I understand it. Spotlight, one of the smallest national pay networks, was developed to enable
us to give our customers a choice in programming. However, the pay network competition is intense, and it was hard to compete with other services. This business "fact of life",compounded by the recent mergers of other services, recently made it evident that Spotlight could not compete profitably and continue its quality programming.
When Spotlight' s demise became a serious possibility, our management began researching alternatives. As usual, our subscribers are under no obligation to purchase any new service. Because of this, it was important to us to select a replacement service that offers subscribers even more value for their money. The Movie Channel selection was based on the results of focus group research in several markets, surveys in similar communities, and a phone survey conducted especially for Dimension Cable in Licking County. We are also able to offer
Times Mirror Cable Television of Licking County, Inc.
111 N. 11 th Street •P.O. Box 680 •Newark, OH 43055 •Phone 614-345-4081
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The Movie Channel to Spotlight subscribers at their existing low rate.
As we all know, any change in service will generate questions and an additional
workload. In addition to our communications program outlined above, we are
already implementing programs to meet the additional workload and will expand
hours and staff if appropriate.
I appreciate your patience and understanding and hope this letter addresses any
concerns you may have. Please feel free to call me if you have any questions.
Sincerely,
David W. Metz
General Manager
DWM/ sb
Enclosure
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December 1983
Dear Spotlight Subscriber:
We have important news for you.
Spotlight recently announced it will discontinue service to all
cable companies nationv.ide on February 1, 1984. But Spotlight' s
decision doesn' t mean you' 11 be left in the dark.
Starting February 1st, you will receive The Movie Channel
instead of Spotlight. Why The Movie Channel? It' s the nation' s
leading 24-hour all-movie service, and we know you love movies.
The Movie Channel has more new movies every month than any other
pay TV network.
The Movie Channel has the great movies Spotlight had, plus lots
more. You' 11 see the best of Hollywood, from adventure, romance,
and drama to children' s films, critic' s favorites, and much more.
It' s the perfect complement to complete your total entertainment
dimension. For more information, see the enclosed Cable Update.)
The excitement continues February 1st at the same low price as
Spotlight. You don' t have to do anything j-u-st tune in.
We' re so sure you' re going to enjoy The Movie Channel that we
make you the following promise: if you' re not satisfied with
The Movie Channel during the months of February and March,
we' ll exchange The Movie Channel for another available pay
service, and we won' t charge for the change of service.
After the holidays, we will send you more information about
The Movie Channel and the great movies and special features
you' ll see in February.
Until you receive that information, we ask you to please limit -
your calls to questions about current billing and service
mattets. We hope you understand.
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As the year comes to an end, we' d like to thank you for your
business as we look forward to bringing you even greater
entertainment in the new year.
Have a Happy Holiday Season!
DIMENSION CABLE SERVICES
P. S. Remember, you don' t have to do anything to get The
Movie Channel. Just tune in on February 1st and enjoyl
CABLE UPDATE
ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS
WHY IS SPOTLIGIIT NO LONGER AVAILABLE ?
A. Spotlight recently announced it will be going out of business
on February 1, 1984. They will discontinue service to all
cable companies nationwide on that day.
WILL SPOTLIGHT BE REINTRODUCED AT A LATER TIME?
A. Spotlight won' t exist after February 1, 1984. In the
meantime, Spotlight is going out in style with an outstanding
lineup of quality feature films from now through January 3lst.
They include Airplane II, Missing, Blade Runner, Partners,
Best Friends, and more.
Q. WHAT IS THE MOVIE CHANNEL LIKE?
A. The Movie Channel is the only pay service committed to showing
100 percent movies, 100 percent of the time with a different
movie every night. You will find 60 movie titles each month
with no cuts and no commercials.
° Box Office Hits -View the best, like the smash hits
An Officer and A Gentleman, The Verdict, and
The Pirates of Penzance.
° Film Festivals -Every Tuesday night (with a different
theme each month) the real movie lover will enjoy critically
acclaimed movies, foreign films and more.
° Fabulous Fridays -Laugh or shudder every Friday with a
double bill of great late-night flicks like Hurray for
Betty Boop, Creepshow, or Having A Wild Weekend.
Revised 127/8/3
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Q. WILL I PAY MOR«E FOR THE MOVIE CHANNEL ?
A. No. The Movie Channel comes to you at the same low cost as Spotlight. All the costs involved in this transition will
be absorbed by Dimension Cable.
Q. HOW WAS THE DECISION TO CHOOSE THE MOVIE CHANNEL MADE 7
A. To be sure our subscribers would be pleased with the replacement
for Spotlight, we conducted research and talked with
subscribers to determine programmming preferences.
WHEN WILL I HEAR FROM YOU NEXT?
A. After the holidays, you will receive additional information
in the mail and on your local channel. This information -
will give all the necessary details, so there is no need to call us.
WHAT DO I NEED TO DO?
There' s no need for you to do anythingl We will handle the
change automatically in order to make this a smooth and
easy transition for you.
Revised 127/8/3
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Council Minutes December 1, 1983

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SPECIAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
DECEMBER 1, 1983
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
OATH OF OFFICE
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Robert N. Drake, Village Law Director, administered the oath of office to the
following elected members of Council and one appointee:
Thomas F. Gallant
Albert W. Davison
Arnold J. Eisenberg
Louise S. Miller
Benjamin W. Rader
Councilmember Miller moved for the appointment of Thomas F. Gallant as temporary Chairman. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Eisenberg
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Gallant
Councilmember Davison
Law Director Drake
Manager Plunkett
Councilmember Councilmember Miller moved to excuse absentee member Avery. Motion seconded by Schnaidt. Motion carried.
APPOINTMENT OF CLERK OF COUNCIL
Councilmember Miller moved that Catherine M. Miller be appointed Clerk of Council. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
Law Director Drake administered the oath of office to Catherine M. Miller as Clerk of Council for a two year term.
ELECTION OF MAYOR
Nominations were opened for Mayor.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved the nomination of Thomas F. Gallant. Motion second- ed by Councilmember Miller. Councilmember Davison moved the nomination be closed. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. Voice vote -all ayes. Mr. Gallant relinquished the chair to Mr. Davison. The chair asked the question those in favor of Thomas F. Gallant as Mayor to cast their ballot. Voice vote - All ayes. The motion carried.
Law Director Drake administered the oath of office to Thomas F. Gallant as MMaayyoorr Gfoarllaa nttw.o year term. Councilmember Davison relinquished the chair back to
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Village of Granville
December 1, 1983
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ELECTION OF VICE MAYOR
Nominations were opened for Vice Mayor.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved the nomination of Albert W. Davison. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Eisenberg. Councilmember Schnaidt moved that the nominations be
closed. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Voice Vote -All ayes. The motion carried. Mr. Schnaidt moved that the Clerk be instructed to cast unanimous
ballot for Albert W. Davison as Vice Mayor. Motion seconded by Mr. Rader.
Voice vote -All ayes. Motion carried.
Law Director Drake administered the oath of office to Albert W. Davison Vice Mayor for as a two year term.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
December 7, 1983 -Regular Council Meeting -7: 30 p.m..
OTHER ITEMS
BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives - Council conducted an informal discussion of Beechwood and Thornewood Drives, the roads condition, and; possible remedies. Following discussion, Manager Plunkett was directed to respond to the letter received from Mr. Van Winkle concerning Beechwood and Thornewood Drives.
Licking County Tourist &Visitors Bureau
Vice Mayor Davison moved to re-appoint Carl A. Frazier, as Council' s representa- tive to the Licking County Tourist &Visitors Bureau, for 1984. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
With no further business to discuss, Councilmember Rader moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 38 p.m..
--CTerk of Colincil-
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
COUNCIL
COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS
STREETS &SIDEWALKS (Rader, Chairman), Miller, Gallant.
SAFETY &HEALTH (Schnaidt, Chairman), Avery.
UTILITIES (Davison, Chairman), Miller, Rader.
WAYS &MEANS Gallant, Chairman), Schnaidt, Eisenberg.
PERSONNEL (Miller, Chairman), Rader, Schnaidt.
INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS -Davison.
RECREATION COMMISSION Eisenberg.
DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION Avery.
GRANVILLE FOUNDATION Frazier
LICKING COUNTY TRADE &VISITORS Frazier
OATH OF OFFICE
I SOLEMNLY SWEAR (OR AFFIRM) OF THAT I WILL SUPPORT THE CONSTITUTION THE UNITED STATES AND THAT OF THE STATE OF OHIO AND WILL OBEY THE LAWS THEREOF, AND THAT I WILL. IN ALL RESPECTS, UPHOLD AND EN- FORCE THE PROVISIONS OF THE CHARTER AND ORDINANCES OF THIS MUNICI- PALITY, AND WILL FAITHFULLY DISCHARGE THE DUTIES OF Council
Member UPON WHICH I AM ABOUT TO ENTER".
SIGNED 414_,·
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Louise S. Miller
SWORN TO BEFORE ME AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME THIS
A. D.,1983.
Ils
DAY OF
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OATH OF OFFICE
I SOLEMNLY SWEAR (OR AFFIRM) OF THAT I WILL SUPPORT THE CONSTITUTION THE UNITED STATES AND THAT OF THE STATE OF OHIO AND WILL OBEY THE LAWS THEREOF, AND THAT I WILL. IN ALL RESPECTS, UPHOLD AND EN- FORCE THE PROVISIONS OF THE CHARTER AND ORDINANCES OF THIS MUNICI- PALITY, AND WILL FAITHFULLY DISCHARGE THE DUTIES OF Council
Mpmher UPON WHICH I AM ABOUT TO ENTER".
SIGNED
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Albert W. Davison
SWORN TO BEFORE ME AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME THIS
0206*1* A.D.1,983.
St DAY OF
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OATH OF OFFICE
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I SOLEMNLY SWEAR (OR AFFIRM) THAT I WILL SUPPORT THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES AND THAT OF THE STATE OF OHIO AND WILL OBEY
THE LAWS THEREOF, AND THAT I WILL. IN ALL RESPECTS, UPHOLD AND EN- FORCE THE PROVISIONS OF THE CHARTER AND ORDINANCES OF THIS MUNICIPALITY,
AND WILL FAITHFULLY DISCHARGE THE DUTIES OF Council
Member UPON WHICH I AM ABOUT TO ENTER".
SIGNED /IM-4,#4- 4' Thoma Gallant
SWORN TO BEFORE ME AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME THIS /
A. D.,1983.
DAY OF
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OATH OF OFFICE
I SOLEMNLY SWEAR (OR AFFIRM) THAT I WILL OF SUPPORT THE CONSTITUTION THE UNITED STATES AND THAT OF THE STATE OF OHIO AND WILL OBEY THE LAWS THEREOF, AND THAT I WILL. IN ALL RESPECTS, UPHOLD AND EN- FORCE THE PROVISIONS OF THE CHARTER AND ORDINANCES OF THIS MUNICI- PALITY, AND WILL FAITHFULLY DISCHARGE THE DUTIES OF Council
Member UPON WHICH I AM ABOUT TO ENTER".
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SIGN E,BLZ-02 tn5-*- Benjamin W. Rader '
I$L SWORN TO BEFORE ME AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME THIS DAY OF
Decz6e*r, A.D.1,983.
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OATH OF OFFICE
I SOLEMNLY. SWEAR (OR AFFIRM) THAT OF I WILL SUPPORT THE CONSTITUTION THE UNITED STATES AND THAT OF THE STATE OF OHIO AND WILL OBEY THE LAWS THEREOF, AND THAT I WILL. IN ALL RESPECTS, UPHOLD AND EN- FORCE THE PROVISIONS OF THE CHARTER AND ORDINANCES OF THIS MUNICI- PALITY, AND WILL FAITHFULLY DISCHARGE THE DUTIES OF Council
Mpmher UPON WHICH I AM ABOUT TO ENTER".
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SIGNED C- )\:
AlOj rp1«
Arlrd#J. Eisenber
1V- DAY OF SWORN TO BEFORE ME AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME THIS
DL.eM6, r. A.D.,1983.
To fill the unexpired term of Robin Bartlett, ending December 1, 1985.
OATH OF OFFICE
I SOLEMNLY SWEAR (OR AFFIRM) OF THE THAT I WILL SUPPORT THE CONSTITUTION UNITED STATES AND THAT OF THE STATE OF OHIO AND WILL OBEY THE LAWS THEREOF, AND THAT I WILL. IN ALL RESPECTS, UPHOLD AND EN- FORCE THE PROVISIONS OF THE CHARTER AND ORDINANCES OF THIS MUNICI- PALITY, AND WILL FAITHFULLY DISCHARGE THE DUTIES OF Virp
Mayor UPON WHICH I AM ABOUT TO ENTER".
SIGNED LEW L 8) 4.-
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SWORN TO BEFORE ME AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME THIS
ecz6*e*r- A. D. , 1983.
Albert W. Davison
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1- DAY OF
OATH OF OFFICE
I SOLEMNLY SWEAR (OR OF AFFIRM) THAT I WILL SUPPORT THE CONSTITUTION THE UNITED STATES AND THAT OF THE STATE OF OHIO AND WILL OBEY THE LAWS THEREOF, AND THAT I WILL. IN ALL RESPECTS, UPHOLD AND EN- FORCE THE PROVISIONS OF THE CHARTER AND ORDINANCES OF THIS MUNICI- PALITY, AND WILL FAITHFULLY DISCHARGE THE DUTIES OF Maynr UPON WHICH I AM ABOUT TO ENTER".
SIGNEDa- -
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Thomas . allant
SWORN TO BEFORE ME AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME THIS
DeceU *r- A. D.,1983.
Sr DAY OF
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OATH OF OFFICE
I SOLEMNLY SWEAR (OR AFFIRM) THAT OF I WILL SUPPORT THE CONSTITUTION THE UNITED STATES AND THAT OF THE STATE OF OHIO AND WILL OBEY THE LAWS THEREOF, AND THAT I WILL. IN ALL RESPECTS, UPHOLD AND EN- FORCE THE PROVISIONS OF THE CHARTER AND ORDINANCES OF THIS MUNICI- PALITY, AND WILL FAITHFULLY DISCHARGE THE DUTIES OF Clprk
of Council UPON WHICH I AM ABOUT TO ENTER".
SIGNE[-<4=1.*-..j Cathefi#6 M. Miller
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SWORN TO BEFORE ME AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME THIS /
Dec*4*4, A.D.,1983.
DAY OF
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Council Minutes November 16, 1983

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
NOVEMBER 16, 1983
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Miller
Councilemmber Schnaidt
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Harriott
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Manager -
Davison
Gallant
Plunkett
Councilmember Harriott moved to excuse Law Director Drake. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held at this time for Ordinance No. 29-83, "An Ordinance To
Amend Ordinance No. 40-82 Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The
Fiscal Year 1983 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses".
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 29-83. Public hearing closed at 7: 34 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
November 2, 1983 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember the minutes Avery moved to approve as distributed. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Mark Keller
Arnold Eisenberg
Ben Rader
B. E. Mason
Cindy Howes, WHTHW/NKO
Dawn Pettit, Advocate
Rick Bline, Sentinel
Mr. Eisenberg, 121 Wildwood Drive, appeared this evening to congratulate imcum- bents: Mr. Gallant, Mr. Davison, Ms. Miller, and; Mr. Rader. He also expressed an interest in the unexpired term of Robin Bartlett, and commented that he hoped Council did not feel he was unconcerned because he didn' t campaign.
Mr. Rader, newly elected Council Member, questioned when leaves would be picked up on Briarwood, and how long would the Village continue this service. Manager Plunkett responded and said that the Village would soon be ending the ednodubolef snhexiftt wanedeke. stimated that leaf pick-up would be completed hopefully by the
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November 16, 1983
Page 2 of 4
No other comments were made at this time.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of October of that report is hereby attached was presented and reviewed. A copy as part of these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of October was presented. Manager Plunkett reviewed the report with members of Council and a brief discussion followed. Following discussion, Councilmember Miller moved to approve the Manager' s Report. Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried. A copy of that re- port is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Streets &Sidewalks Committee
Mr. Harriott commented that plans to tour the BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives area and develop an overall plan of maintenance, and; repair of the drainage system, as outlined in the Streets &Sidewalks Committee Report of November 2, 1983, is moving slowly. He offered his services and said he would gladly accompany others during the on site inspection and finish the project.
Development Commission
Mr. Avery reported on the November 10th Development Commission meeting. At that meeting, architectural approval was granted to Steven Katz and Constance Barsky PfororsepxetcetnSsitvreeerte. habilitation work, on the old Steiner property located on South
Township Trustees Joint Meeting with Council
Members concurred to set an informal meeting for January 25, 1984, at 7:30 p.m., and meet with the Township Trustees to discuss mutual items of interest.
Personnel Committee
Minutes of the November 2, 1983 Personnel Committee meeting are hereby attached as part of these minutes.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 29-83, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 408-2 Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1983 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Schnaidty-es, Millery-es, NHoa. r2ri9o-tty-es, Averyy-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. Six yes votes. Ordinance 83 duly adopted.
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November 16, 1983
Page 3 of 4
NEW BUSINESS
Acknowledge Receipt of the Proposed 1984 Budget
Councilmember 1984 Miller moved that Council acknowledge receipt of the proposed HarriBoutdt.getMaostiopnrepcaarrerdiedby. the Village Manager. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Ordinance No. 308- 3, A"n Emergency Ordinance Enacted By The Village of Granville, Licking County, Ohio, In The Matter Of The Hereinafter Described Improvement, And To Request Cooperation From The Director Of Transportation, And Declaring AAnveErym. ergency"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember
Councilmember Avery moved for passage of the Emergency Section VI, and read this section in its entirety. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Roll Gcaallllavnott-e: Averyy-es, Schnaidty-es, Harriotty-es, Davisony-es, Millery-es, Councyilemse.mbSerix yes votes. Emergency Section VI, duly passed. seconded Avery moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 308-3. Motion Harriott-by Councilmember Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Averyy-es, Schnaidty-es, No. 30-83yedus,lyMadilolpetery-de. s, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. Six yes votes. Ordinance
mOerdnitnance No. 31-83, A"n Ordinance To Approve, Adopt And Enact Current Replace- with;Pages To The Codified Ordinances: To Repeal Ordinances In Conflict There- To Publish The Enactment Of New Matter; And Declaring An Emergency", intrCooduuncceilmd,emanbdertitle read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller. was of Ordinance No. Miller moved for passage of Section III, the Emergency Section Miller- 31-83. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Roll call vdte: Six yesyveost,eAs.veErymy-eergse,nHcyaSrericotitotny-eIsI,I,Schnaidty-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. Councilmember Miller duly passed. seconded by Councilmembemr oved for adoption of Ordinance No. 31-83. Motion yes, Schnaidt- Avery. Roll call vote: Millery-es, Averyy-es, Harriott- duly adopted. yes, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. Six yes votes. Ordinance No. 318-3
Resolution No. 83-37, A" Resolution To Establish The Time And Place Of A Public bHyeaVriinceg MFoaryoTrheDa1v9i8s4onM. unicipal Budget"w,as introduced and read in its entirety
by CVoicuencMilmayeomrbDeravison moved for passage of Resolution No. 83-37. Motion seconded Miller. Motion carried. Resolution No. 83-37 duly passed. FRoersoBliudtioFnorNo. 83-38, A" Resolution To Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise troduced andThreeadPuirnchaitsse Oenf tOirneetyDump Truck For The Service Department"w,as in- Councilmember Schnaidt moved by Councilmember Schnaidt. seconded by Councilmember Harrioftotr. passage of Resolution No. 83-38. Motion Motion carried. Resolution No. 83-38 duly passed.
Resolution No. 83-39, A" Resolution Of Appreciation To David E. Harriott", intrVodicueceMdayaonrdDraevaisdoninmiotvsedentirety by Vice Mayor Davison. was by Councilmember Miller. Moftoiornpcasasrargieedo. f Resolution No. 833-9. Motion seconded Resolution No. 83-39 duly passed.
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
November 16, 1983
Page 4 of 4
Nuclear Freeze Resolution Reading
Councilmember Miller at this time read the Nuclear Freeze Resolution in its entirety,
which was passed by Village voters at the November 8, 1983 election. A
copy of this resolution is hereby attached as part of these minutes. A copy
will also be placed in the Resolution/Legislation Book. Copies of this resolution
will also be sent to President Ronald Reagan, Senator John Glenn,
Senator Howard Metzenbaum, and- U. S. Representative John Kasich, from the Twelfth
Congressional· District of Ohio.
Following the above reading, Council conducted a brief discussion with regards
to appointing a Nuclear Weapons Freeze Study Commission. Following this discussion,
Councilmember Miller moved that the Village Manager be directed to advertise
for the submittal of letters from citizens interested in serving on the Nuclear
Weapons Freeze Study Commission, indicating their qualifications, and opinions,
and; that the deadline for submittal of letters will be December 21, 1983, before 5: 00 p.m..Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
Receipt of Letters of Interest in the Council Vacancy
Vice Mayor Davison moved to go into executive session to discuss letters of interest
for the Council vacancy. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. Time: 8: 20 p.m..Members left the room and conducted the executive
session in the Village Council Chambers. Manager' s office so that citizens would not have to leave
At 8:40 p.m.V,ice Mayor Davison moved to return to regular session. Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved to appoint Arnold J. Eisenberg to fill the unexpired term of Robin Bartlett, commencing on December 1, 1983, and ending December 1, 1985. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. The Clerk was directed to type this motion into resolution form and assign a number to the legislation, (please see Resolution No. 83-40).
Mr. Gallant welcomed Mr. Eisenberg as a new member of Council. Mr. Gallant uconmemxpeinrteedd that a number of qualified people expressed an interest in filling the term.
Mr. Eisenberg thanked members of Council and said he was happy that he can now serve the Village and its citizens in this capacity.
At this time, Councilmember Schnaidt moved to go into executive session to con- duct the Manager' s evaluation. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. Time 8: 43 p.m..
At 10: 08 p.m. ,Councilmember Avery moved to return to regular session. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
December 1, 1983 -Special Organizational Meeting -7: 30 p.m..
With no further business to discuss, Councilmembe iller moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion car ied.
Meeting adjourned at 10: 10 p.m..
At _
erk of Council
Mayj((
king Tickets Issued
tations: 55 Complaints: 3
MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
1 1
StoD Sian
Atop Signal
SDeed
ImDroger Turn
Juvenile Court
Driving Under Influence of Alcohol
Reckless Ooeration
ExDired Plates
No M/C Endorsement
Ooen Container
oper Passing on the right
triction Violation
Backina without Viqilence
Assured Clear Dist.
Passina School Bus with flashinq lights
Disturbing Peace
Passina Bad Checks
Assaul t
Misrepresentation
Prohibited Rt. Turn on Red
Squealinq Tires
Total Violations
Balance Total of Bond Monies from previous month untCollected for present month unt paid to State (RRR &GRF) llont paid in refunds or overpayments ancepaid into General Fund bond monies remaining in account
October 1983
40. 00
2885. 00
5-5935
9.00
1829.00
528.00
September 1983
4U
468.00
1469.00
390.00
280.00
1227.00
40. 00
October 1982
by
40.00
2901. 00
520.00
115.00
2266.00
40.00
70 36 56
4 3
2 1
25 25 28
3
1
3 1
4 1 3
5 2 6
6 2 1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1 1 1
1 1
1 1
1
1 1
2
1
1
58 AOctober
1983 Seotember 1983 October 1982
lure to display taillight 2
Protective Eye Device while riding M/ C 1
efective Exhaust
1
Disorderly Conduct 3
Criminal Damaging 1
Criminal Mischief
2
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Pumped
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
Misc. Customer Service Requests
Remotes or Meters Replaced
Remotes or Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired
Water Taps
Police Telephone Calls
Police Radio Calls
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
Oct.1983
32,572,000
1,051,000
5
6
0
3
10
1,912
0
458
Sept: 98)3
30,873,000
1.029.000
0
3
0
0
438
1,792
2
16
Oct 1982
30.495.000
983.000
0
0
2
7
18
0
416
1,696
MANAGER' S REPORT
1 0 0
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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
Oct. 1983
17,050,000 (Est.)
550,000 (Est.)
4
5. 47"
Sept. 1983 Oct. 1982
15,000,000 (Est.) 18,250,000
500,000 (Est.) 589,000
3 0
1500'
2.42"
500'
1.8"
4-
1 0 0
0'
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Manager' s Report
Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance Hot Mix-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
57
3
2
24
7
0
0
10
Oct. 1983
Amount Manhours
00
00
4 6. 2
44
132
17
12
68. 5
16
0
0
71. 5
42
64
0
265
2
80
56
3
4
3
2
0
0
15
Sept. 1983 Oct. 1982
Amount Manhours Amount Manhours
3 1. 5
00
4 12
22. 5
84
21
36
2
1
0
0
65
64
76
106
283
4
80
10
Tem 52
0
0
24
3
0
4
73
0
0
4
0 62
0 84
0 42
0 210
00
0 80
0
2. 5
504
0
0
15
1-Condo (4-units)
3
0
1
6
2
0
3
94
0
1 2
2 0
3 3
0 0
0 0
1 0 0
FUND
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
SEWER
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
FEDERAL SEWER GRANT
STATE GRANT
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
BALAPCE 9/30/ 83
291,519.03
9,472.93
355.72
50,571.30
15,106.30
53,035.50
4,941.61
12,227.08
17,208.52
95,730.00
14,033.17
4,969.60
108,000.00
677,170.76
Certificates of Deposit 9/30/ 83
General Fund 210,000
Water
0
Sewer
40,000
Equipment Reserve 95,730
TOTAL 345,730
RECEIPTS
46,142.09
3,507.26
284.37
29,937.48
0-
9,423.25
0-
9,115.00
0-
0-
98,409.45
DISBURSEMENTS
43,098.29
1,150.83
176.52
24,175.84
0-
7,655.31
0-
514.75
210.00
0-
0-
4,969.60
0-
81, 951.14
BALANCE 10/ 31/ 83
294,562.83
11,829.36
463.57
56,332.94
15,106.30
54,803.44
4,941.61
20,827.33
16,998.52
95,730.00
14,033.17
0-
108,000.00
693,629.07
Certificates of Deposit 10/ 31/ 83
General
210,000
Water 0
Sewer 40,000
Equipment Reserve 95,730
TOTAL 345,730
Shirley Robertson
Finance Director
0-
0-
0-
Month: October 1983
PA'IACTI VITIES
pg T*icketj
T.4ic Citattond
Tbal kic Stops
TAadge Dibection
Vehicte Check
House Checks
Subpiciou,6 Pe6*0.1,6
Emerq. 6 Fire As 6,664
Other Dept. A36.<4
Impounds 6 Towing
Foot PabloU
U1,3ecuz/ed Buked,inq3
Motobibt Ass·668 /
Pahot Time (HoLUU )
OMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
InjuA#Accidents
Non-Injub#Accident6
Invatiqakon,6 :
ACo mptalizts
0 6 denjes
Fe«Zonq
MUdemeanor
Chak.qe3 Fifed:
Fetonu
MUdemeanok
COMINISTRATI VE ACTIVITIES
Admin. / Speciat vetal£6 534
Set.ViCe.6:
Mag 15
Hand Detiveked Mait 71 Fune,tai Escob6£ 1
Bank E6cott8 4
VEHICLE MI LEAGE:
82 Dodge
C Vehicle)
83 Chevrolet
Ce !h/ icte1
FUTILIZED: 514.4
7o
55
66
143
20
212
14
27
7
6
178
22
33
361
59
19
GatEon.8
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Monthty Manager'*Repott***
Month: September 1983
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Parking Ticke8.£
Tha&6,6,Cttation6
1-ka&6ic Stops
Tra66c£DiA.ection
Vehicte Chee/ u
Hou,6,e Checkd
Suspiciou,6 Perso,u
Emerq. 6 Fire 6 *6·66 28
OtheA Dent. A638£46
Impounds 6 Towing
Foot Pak405£
Uvuecured Bukedings
Mo to46t A, 3,66.t8
Pathot Time(Hou, u)
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
In iuby Accident&
Non-In iubq Accidentz
Inve,6,tipations:
Comptaintd
0*Ken* es
Aue.6 4 :
Fetong
Mudemeanor
Chakqe,6 Filed:
Felonq
MOdemeanor
ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES
Admin.S /peca£t Deta8i£
Se/L.Vi.Ce:
Mate
Hand Detiveked Mait
FuneuC EJ Cott6
Bank Ed cobia
55,832
udometer)
8,522
Odometek)
25
322
15
3
205
22
76
17
33
131
25
336
7
16
509
34
35
Month: October 1982
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Pabking lickets
Tba6dic Citations
T4a66c£.StoF
Tba 6 6ic DA.(ection
VehicZ,e Checu/
Houe Check8
Sus joi cloud PUUons
Emerg. 6 Fike A63,68·ts
Othek Dept. Assats
Impound6 6 Towinq
Foot Pak, 4.06
Unsecu,ted Bukedinqd
Mo,tob,Ut A88,688,(
Patbot Time (Houbs )
COMPLAINT ACTI VITIES
In turq Acciden6 £
Non-In luAU Accidentu
Invega*tiovu :
Comptain6.£
06 Aen.8 24
Auej.th:
Fetony
Mibdemeanor
Chag*es Fited:
Felonu
MU demeanok
ADMINISTRATIVE ACTI VITIES
AdminS.p/eciat veta,3££
SexviCe«6 :
Mai£
Hand Detive,ted Mail
Funeu,:Le E6cott8
Bank Escotta
2,784
C Mde.8 J
1, 197
C Mdes J
ni, n
6. A , rAA2..
19
Chie 6 06 Potice
17
24
1
56
53
156 .
35.
413
10
22
370
73
30
1
1
4
6
277
40
29
383
1
2
9 3 7
1
2
9
3 12
1
2
7
3
5 17
15
46
3 6
November 10, 1983
Granville Village Council
Village Hall
118 S. Main Street
Granville, Ohio 43023
Arnold J. Eisenberg
127 Wildwood Drive
Granville, Ohio 43023
Please place my name in Council. consideration for appointment to the open seat on
I will be pleased to serve should you choose to appoint me. I also will campaign the next time I run for an office.
Si ncefhly,
Arnold J.C pisenberg
November 10, 1983
Granville Village Council
C/ O Doug Plunkett - Village Manager
118 South Main Street
Granville, Ohio 43023
Councilmembers:
I would like to be considered to fill the Council seat vacated by Robin Bartlett.
Qualifications: In the immortal words expressed in a recent re-election
ad placed by three incumbent members who were re-elected, " Experience Counts" .
My recent six plus yeai· s as a council member at least would negate complaint that any I didn't know what I was getting into!
A better questiein that needs answering is, why didn' t I file and run for
election this last time? To answer this properly, I need to go back two
years ago, when I decided not to seek re-election. At that time I knew,
because of our planning and strategy sessions at State Farm, that I would
be doing an extraordinary amount of traveling and it would be on a "flexible" schedule. This turned out to be a very true assumption, and I would have had a very difficult time serving Council and the Village in the manner necessary.
By the same methods, but too late to confidently file for the position last
summer, I now feel comfortable in the fact that my future activities jobw-ise will allow me to give adequate time to a council position. I realize it would have been better to seek current election, but I just was not in a position to do so in good conscience be fore the f iling deadline, even though I was tempted occasionally.
I appreciate your consideration and am available for any questions or discussion.
Since7ly,
il,
ard M. Garrett
326 Mt. Parnassus
Granville, Ohio 43023
November 16, 1983
Members of the Village uouncil
Granville ohio
Ladies and Gentlemen;
This is my request for your consideration and
election as a member of the Council to fill the unexpired
term of Dr. Robin sartlett.
Most of you have a general idea of my background
and capabilities. i have lived in this community for more than
25 years. 1 am retired from the staff of Uenison University.
Before 4*1 a£fter my retirement J have served as a memver of the
Board of the United Way, Vice Fresident in 19734-.'/1 have also
served as a member of the Doard of Family uounseling bervice
and on a YWCA Fanel for Supportive Services for the Aging.
My Federal bervice with the State uepartment and the
Department of Defense included the admi.ristretion oi programs
in personnel for several thousand employees-and the development
of regulations and the meana of their enforc ement. i sat on many
boards and committees to hear and settle employee greivances and other
labor and management disputes. This service lasted for 25years.
1 am a member and Elder of the presbyterian uhurch,
a Rotarian and have been married to my dear wife and helpmate
for a little more than fifty years.
Thank you for your consideration.
Sicerely yours,
L. Eugene wol 6£
143 Briarwood.Dr.,
Granville, Ohio
587-1984
P.b. My titles at Uenison Univerity were: Executive Assistant to the
Fresident and Secretary of the Board of Trustees.
GRANVILLE MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION
GRANVILLE, OHIO 43023
Mr. Douglas Plunkett
Village Manager
Village of Granville
Granville, OH 43023
Dear Mr. Plunkett:
November 14, 1983
The Board of Directors of the Granville Merchants Association would
like to recommend Mr. Orville Orr to fill the vacancy on the
Granville Village Council.
Mr. Orr is a Granville resident and owner of the Buxton Inn. He is
vitally interested in preserving the present charm of the Village
and encouraging new businesses to locate in the area. We feel that
Mr. Orr would be a valuable addition to Village Council.
Sincerely,
51-iffdt/td 4 >;-2-f_2] k#
Barbara Ann Rip ko
Secretary
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PERSONNEL COMMITTEE
NOVEMBER 2, 1983
Members Present:
Louise Miller, David Harriott, and Samuel Schnaidt
Also Present:
Douglas E. Plunkett, Village Manager
Tthhee cCoomunmcitilteeChmametbearts. the close of the regular Council meeting on November 2nd, in
Manager Plunkett introduced his proposed personnel wage and salaries schedule for 1984. The members of the committee and Manager Plunkett discussed the proposals, their cost and their relative beneifits to the employees.
Mr. Plunkett proposed a 4%across-the-board salary increase for all employees with the exception of six positions. For those six managerial positions Mr. Plunkett asdavlaorcyatesdchaedsualelafroyr re-alignment as contained in the previously submitted wage and 1984.
The proposal was based on an annual CPI increase of 2.6%from September 1982 to September 1983, anda CPI rise of 4.2%from July to September 1983.
After a lengthy discussion and a request for substantiating documentation from the Mitanager the committee agreed to the proposal and stated that they would recommend to the full Council as proposed.

Council Minutes November 2, 1983

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
NOVEMBER 2, 1983
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
MINUTES
Councilmember Harriott
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Miller
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
October 19, 1983 -Regular Council Meeting -Vice Mayor Davison moved to approve the minutes. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who si0ned the register were:
Dawn Pettit, Newark Advocate
Cindy Howes, WHTH/ WNKO
No comments were made at this time.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Ben Rader, Council Candidate
Rick Bline, Granville Sentinel
Beechwood/ Thornewood Drives -Councilmember Harriott stated that in lieu of meeting, the Committee plan a to make an on site inspection of these drives with
Manager Plunkett and Ralph Blackstone, Service &Utilities Director. They plan
to note all bad areas, make a list of projects to start on, and an inventory of items that can be done by the Village crew. Mr. Harriott said the Committee felt
the Village should have an overall plan for the record with regards to Beechwood/ Thornewood Drives.
Development Commission -Councilmember Avery reported on the October 13th meet- ing. At that meeting, Architectural approvals were granted for a room addition for the Robert' s family on S. Cherry Street, and; a sign permit for Mr. Vaughn' s shop on N. Prospect Street.
The Commission also discussed a policy regarding newsracks on public sidewalks. It was the consensus of those members present for this meeting, to recommend to Council that the Village needed an ordinance to amend the Zoning Ordinance to regulate the placement of Newsracks in the Village..
Personnel Committee -Councilmember Miller announced that the Personnel Com- mmeitetetiengw. ill be conducting a meeting this evening immediately following tonight' s
Township TrusteesJ/oint Meeting with Council -Vice Mayor Davison asked members if they would favor a meeting with the Township Trustees in the near future.
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Village of Granville
November 2, 1983
Page 2 of 3
Following discussion, it was the consensus of members to plan for a meeting
sometime in January.
Opera House Park -Manager Plunkett mentioned that Eric Jones of the Park National
Bank approached him with an idea for the park during the Christmas season. He
said the bank would like to install a large evergreen Christmas tree in the park
and have a contest to decorate the tree as a promotional project.
A brief discussion followed. It was suggested by members that Mr. Jones be
invited to the November 9th Council Worksession motional to explain to members his pro- idea.
OLD BUSINESS -None
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 28-83, P"roviding For The Issuance Of $125,000 Sewer Utility Improve- ment Notes In Anticipation Of The Issuance Of Bonds For The Purpose Of Improving The Municipal Wastewater Treatment And Collection System By Constructing A New
Wastewater Treatment Plant And Necessary Appurtenances Including Control, Labora- tory And Standby Power Facilities, And By Reconstructing And Rehabilitating Sanitary Sewers Together With Necessary Appurtenances, And Declaring An Emergency",
was introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller.
Mr. Joe P. Magdich, Bond Underwriter for Seasongood &Mayer, was present this evening to answer any questions Council might have regarding the Sewer Utility Improvement Notes, etc.. He quoted the interest rate of 6.95%per annum, for the
125,000 notes.
Councilmember Miller moved for passage of Section XII, the Emergency Clause of Ordinance No. 28-83. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Roll call vote: Millery-es, Averyy-es, Schnaidty-es, Harriotty-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. Six yes votes. Emergency Section XII duly passed.
Councilmember Miller moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 28-83. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Mayor Gallant at this time asked Manager Plunkett to summarize the Sewer Project to date.
Manager Plunkett responded, and gave a summation of the Village' s Sewer Pro- ject,beginning at the point where the Village' s Step II &III Phase was awarded by the Ohio EPA, and; reimbursement status of the Pearl Street Sewer Project. Mayor Gallant thanked Mr. Plunkett and then asked the Clerk for a roll call vote on the motion for adoption of Ordinance No. 288-3. Roll call vote: Millery-es, AOrvdeinrayny-cees, Schnaidty-es, Harriotty-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. Six yes votes. No. 28-83 duly adopted.
Councilmember Schanidt at this time moved that the Manager be authorized to enter into a contract with Seasongood &Mayer for the sale of sanitary sewer improve- ment notes. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried. The Clerk wleasgidsirlaecttieodn.t o (Ptlyepaesethis motion into resolution form and Assigna number to the see Resolution No. 83-36)
Ordinance No. 29-83, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 408-2 Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1983 And Revising Sums For mOepmebreartinSgchEnxapidet.nses"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Council1
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November 2, 1983
Page 3 of 3
A public hearing was scheduled at this time for November 16, 1983, at 7: 30
p.m.,for Ordinance No. 29-83.
Resolution No. 83-35, "To Award The Bids For The Purchase Of Water Treatment
Chemicals For 1984", was introduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor
Davison. Vice Mayor Davison moved for the passage of Resolution No. 83-35 with
the following awards to be incorporated in the resolution: Lime: Black River
Lime Co., @67. 2$4T/on; Hydrofl·uosilicic Acid: Jones Chemical Co., @6.7 $5c/wt. ;
Chlorine: Herbert VerCamp Chemical Co., @27. 0$0c/ wt.L;iquid Aluminum Sulfate:
Bonded Chemical Co., @6.9 $9c/ wt.L; iquid Polymerized Phosphate: Bonded Chemical
Co., @86. 2$2c/ wt..Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
Resolution No. 83-35 duly passed. A copy of the bid tabulation sheet is hereby
attached as part of these minutes.
Vacancy on Council
Mayor Gallant read Robin Bartlett' s letter of resignation. Councilmember Miller
moved to accept Ms. Bartlett' s resignation with regret. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried. A copy of Ms. Bartlett' s letter of resignation is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Manager Plunkett mentioned at this time, that according to the Charter,Council has thirty days from the date of receipt of the resignation to fill the vacancy. Following a brief discussion, the followingmotion was made by Councilmember
Avery, and seconded by Councilmember Harriott: "That the Manager be directed to make notice that a vacancy exists on Council, and interested individuals should
submit a written notice of interest and qualifications before 5:00 p.m., November 16, 1983, to the Village Manager. That the notice should include such information as to when the term expires, and that Council will consider all submissions
in an executive session on November 16, at the close of the regular meeting, and; that the vacancy will be filled December 1, 1983, at the Special Organiza- tional Meeting of Council."Motion carried.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
November 9, 1983 -Council Worksession -7: 30 p.m.. Budget; tentative meeting with Eric Jones.
Review of Proposed 1984
With no further business to discuss, a motion for adjournment was made by Council- member Miller and seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 22 p.m..
erk of Counci +'
Attest:
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
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PERSONNEL COMMITTEE
NOVEMBER 2, 1983
Members Present:
Louise Miller, David Harriott, and Samuel Schnaidt
Also Present:
Douglas E. Plunkett, Village Manager
Tthhee committee met at the close of the regular Council meeting on November 2nd, in Council Chambers.
Manager Plunkett introduced his proposed personnel wage and salaries schedule for 1984. The members of the committee and Manager Plunkett discussed the proposals, their cost and their relative beneifits to the employees.
Mr. Plunkett proposed a 4%across-the-board salary increase for all employees with the exception of six positions. For those six managerial positions Mr. Plunkett asdavlaorcyated a salary re-alignment as contained in the previously submitted wage and schedule for 1984.
The proposal was based on an annual CPI increase of 2. 6%from September 1982 to September 1983, and a CPI rise of 4.2%from July to September 1983.
After a lengthy discussion and a request for substantiating documentation from the Manager the committee agreed to the proposal and stated that they would recommend it to the full Council as proposed.

Council Minutes October 19, 1983

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
OCTOBER 19, 1983
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 35 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember -
Councilmember -
Vice Mayor -
Schnaidt
Miller
Davison
Mayor
Law Director -
Manager
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Miller moved to excuse absentee members Bartlett, Avery. Harriott and Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held at this time for Ordinance No. 278- 3, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 408-2 Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1983 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses."
Mayor Gallant explained that Ordinance No. 27-83 appropriates $214 for the Village' s share of the student information brochures, and $629 for legal services involving the Pearl Street Sewer project.
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 278-3. Public hearing closed at 7: 40 p.m.,with action held for old business.
MINUTES
October 5, 1983 Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Schnaidt moved to approve the minutes. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Howard Garrett Cindy Howes, WHTHW/NKO Ellen McCrave Rick Bline, Sentinel
Kevin Carragee
Candidate for Council, Arnold Eisenberg was also present.
Ms. Ellen McCrave, and Mr. Kevin Carragee both residents of East College Street, appeared this evening to express their concerns with regard to what they feel is an increasing traffic problem on East College Street. They wtoancteodrretoct knthoew wshityuathteiont.raffic is such a problem and what the Village can do They explained that they have discussed this pro- bsletmillweitxhisCtsh.ief Sorrell and that he was very responsive, but, the problem
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Manager Plunkett responded and said the Village shares their concerns about the
traffic on College Street. He said the Village has an active Police Department,
unfortunately,they cannot patrol any given area 24 hours a day. When they do patrol this street everyone seems to be obeying the law.
A discussion followed between Council members, citizens and Manager Plunkett.
During discussion it was suggested that the Manager might check on a better
light synchronization for Broadway so motorists wouldn' t detour to side streets
to avoid the lights on Broadway. Mr. Plunkett said the Village wouldn' t want
to speed up traffic on Broadway, causing perhaps more problems.
Following discussion the Manager was directed to look into "slow children"
signs for the problem area, and request the Chief of Police officers to have the patrol give special attention to that area for a while.
Council thanked Ms. McCrave and Mr. Carragee for attending the meeting and expressing their concerns.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of September 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 September was presented. Manager Plunkett reviewed the report with members and added to the report that the Service Depart- ment did a fine job relining the creek bed with concrete on the north side of the Welsh Hills bridge. Following review and discussion Councilmember Miller moved to approve the Manager' s Report for the month of September. Motion second- ed by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried. A copy of that report is attached.
COMMITTEE REPORTS -None
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 278- 3, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 408-2 Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1983 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Miller. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Roll call vote: Millery-es, Davisony-es, Schnaidty-es, Gallanty-es, Averya-bsent, Bartletta-bsent, Harriotta-bsent. Four yes votes, and three members absent. Ordinance No. 27-83 duly adopted.
NEW BUSINESS
Manager Plunkett reported that Mrs. Nancy Burdick expressed a concern today about the Village creating a pollution problem behind the Waste Water Plant. Mrs. Burdick claims that people are dumping their trash behind there because the Village is dumping their brush there without chipping. Mr. Plunkett said there is about three months of chipping stored on the 19 acres, and the Village does not have the manpower to do this right now. He said it would take two men to do the chipping. Mr. Plunkett said that the Granville Kiwanis are looking for about 14/ acre to rent so they can put up a building to store 4th of July items such as the
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bandstand etc.. He said perhaps they would be willing to chip the Village' brush in place of rent. s
A brief discussion followed among members of Council and the Village Manager. There were no objections raised to renting a portion of the land to the Granville
Kiwanis but members expressed concern about the liability of someone other than
Village employees using Village equipment and chipping the brush for rent.
Law Director Drake mentioned that if the land was rented to the Kiwanis it would
have to be something other than a cash donation if the Village was to retain their tax exemption status for that property.
Council asked Mr. Drake to get a legal opinion as to the liability for chip- mpienngt. the brush with someone other than Village employees and using Village equip-
Manager Plunkett asked Council for suggestions as to what should be done with the wood cuttings from Village trees since no bids were received for the cords of wood stored at the Village Service Department.
It was suggested by Council that when the trees are cut the wood should be placed in front of the property where the trees are felled and see if the wood disappears.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
November 9, 1983 -Council Worksession -T (entative) -
Other Items
7: 30 p.m.. - 1984 Budget
Councilmember Schnaidt mentioned that Village Manager Plunkett asked if he would conduct an auction of the unclaimed bicycles abandoned in the Village. He asked if it would be proper for him to auction them off at one of his auctions. withLaw Director Drake said he would check into this and get back with Mr. Schnaidt an opinion.
With no further business to discuss, Councilmember Miller moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 18 p.m..
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Mayor C./ i
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Council Minutes October 5, 1983

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
OCTOBER 5, 1983
CALL TO ORDER
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Harriott
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Schnaidt
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Vice Mayor Davison moved to excuse absentee member Bartlett. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held at this time for the following ordinance:
Ordinance No. 26-83, "An Ordinance Accepting An Application For Annexation Of
Territory And Establishing Certain Zoning Districts."
Mr. &Mrs. Dellard, 931 Newark-Granville Rd.,who initiated the petition for annexation
to the Village, were present this evening.
Mayor Gallant and members of Council welcomed them to the meeting.
No one spoke for or against Ordinance No. 26-83. Public hearing closed at 7: 34
p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
September 21, 1983 -Regular Council Meeting -Following a brief discussion,
Councilmember Avery moved to approve the minutes as written and corrected. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
B. E. Mason
Ben Rader, Candidate for Council
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Bill Chambers
Cindy Howes, WHTHW/NKO
Dawn Pettet,
Advocate
Utilities Committee -Vice Mayor Davison reported that the Utilities Committee
met Wednesday, September 28th with Village Manager Plunkett and Village Department
Heads to discuss several suggestions made to update the Village' s waterand
sewer service charges and tap fees. Model ordinances were presented for the Committee' s review. Mr. Davison said an ordinance will be forthcoming for these proposed changes.
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COMMITTEE REPORTS CONTINUED
Mr. Davison said immediately following this meeting, the Utilities Committee met
with the Streets &Sidewalks Committee in a joint session with the Village
Manager and Department Heads to discuss their proposed Five Year Capital Improvements
Plan, (1984-1988), for the Village.
Mr. Davison said the plan, which includes improvements to the Water Distribution
System, Sewage Collection, and Storm Sewers were all coordinated with
Street Improvements so that each planned improvement would intertwine with the
other, saving the Village money and progressing with Capital Improvements in a
more economical manner.
Mr. Davison said the proposed Capital Improvements Plan was well presented and
complimented the Manager and Department Heads. He said the only problem is funds,
and suggested that a committee investigate the Village' s financial resources. Mr.
Davison said in the Water Distribution Capital Improvements for 1984 an estimated
86,700 will be needed, and the Utilities Committee needs all the help get to find they can ways to finance these proposed Improvements.
Following discussion, it was agreed that the Utilities &Ways and Means
Committees would study ways for funding capital improvements.
Opera House Park Improvement Committee -Vice Mayor Davison commented that Mr. Bill Chambers is here this evening because the committee has reached a point where Council should get involved. Continuing, Mr. Davison said estimates for
the proposed brick walkway exceed $5,000 so the Committee needs the Village to let bids out for this work.
Mr. Chambers commented that he was concerned on how the walkway would be paid for, pointing out that when bids are let, they seem to cost more for the Village and bidders because of bonding, labor costs, advertising, and paperwork.
A brief discussion followed among members of Council, Manager Plunkett, Mr. & Mrs. Hughes, and Mr. Chambers, regarding methods of laying brick vs.c,ost vs., durability, and; maintenance. Following this discussion, the Manager was authorized to let bids for the brick work according to the specifications pre- pared by the Opera House Park Improvement Committee.
Streets &Sidewalks Committee -Councilmember Harriott commented that the joint session with the Utilities Committee was well covered by Mr. Davison and that he did not have any further comments to make except that in summation, a great deal of money will need to be spent on street repairs and hoped that the Village could closely intertwine the proposed capital improvements. He complemented the Depart- ment Heads in coordinating these improvements.
Safety &Health Committee -Councilmember Schnaidt reviewed with members of Council the bids received for municipal insurance. He explained that two bids were received: one from MadisonC- ollins for complete coverage and one from Handel Insurance limiting the bid to automobile liability insurance. Mr., Schnaidt reviewed the coverages he and Mr. Plunkett recommend be purchased. These coverages would include many that were not covered previously and; a 5,000,000 Umbrella Liability coverage. Following a brief discussion, Council moved to the next item on the agenda. ARcetsioonlutoionnthNeo.M8u3ni3-c2ip.al Insurance Bids will be considered under New Business -
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October 5, 1983
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OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 26-83, "An Ordinance Accepting An Application For Annexation Of
Territory And Establishing Certain Zoning Districts"w,as moved for adoption
by Vice Mayor Davison, seconded by Councilmember Miller.
Roll call vote: Davison-yes, Miller-yes, Harriott-yes, Schnaidt-yes, Averyyes,
Gallant-yes, Bartlett-absent. Six yes votes, one absent member. Ordinance
No. 26-83 duly adopted.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 27-83, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 40-82 Providing For
Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1983 And Revising Sums
For Operating Expenses"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by
Councilmember Avery.
A public hearing for this ordinance was scheduled for October 19, 1983, at
7: 30 p.m..
Resolution No. 83-32, T"o Award The Proposals For Municipal Insurance"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Motion for passage by Councilmember Schnaidt, seconded by Councilmember
Avery. Motion carried. Resolution No. 83-32 duly passed.
Resolution No. 83-33, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Bids
For The Purchase Of Water Treatment Chemical s For 1984", was introduced and
read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller.
Motion for passage by Councilmember Miller, seconded by Councilmember
Schnaidt. Motion carried. Resolution No. 83-33 duly passed.
Resolution No. 83-34, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Bids
For The Construction Of A Brick Walkway Through The Opera House Park"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 83-34. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. Resolution No. 83-34 duly passed.
Attention was focused on a letter to Mayor Gallant from William W. Nichols, and distributed to members in which as Co-Chairman of the Denison/ Granville Peace Fellowship, asked Council if they might be willing to put together a public forum on Issue 7, "The Freeze Resolution."
A brief discussion followed, and a suggestion was made that perhaps this might be something the League of Women Voters of Licking County might want to do. Councilmember Miller commented that the League of Women Voters is al ready sponsoring two functions.
Following this discussion, it was the consensus of Council to decline re- dsepceicsitofunl.ly, andasked that Manager Plunkett respond to Mr. Nichols of their
Mayor Gallant at this time welcomed Mr. Benjamin Rader, candidate for Council.
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Immediately following this meeting Council will hear Mr. Drake' s informal
presentation dealing with municipal liability and individual liability.
of Councilmembers.
With no further business to discuss, Councilmember Miller moved for adjournment.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 53 p.m..
Attest:
CIAU8/
A·CL+u, CTNrk of CBdncil
Mayor
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
Dr. Thomas Gallant
Mayor, Village of Granville
Dear Tom,
17 Samsom Place
Granville, OH 43023
September 28, 1983
I' m writing to you as mayor from me as co-chair of the Denison/
Granville Peace Fellowship. At our meeting last night, people were wondering whether the Village a number of Council might be willing
to put together some kind of public forum on Issue 7, the freeze resolution. We realize that it would be impossible for us to put together a credible forum that would include both proponents and opponents of the resolution, but it seems important for the village
to have that kind of opportunity sometime before November.
Needless to say, we would be willing to do a lot of the leg work and help with the publicity if the village were to hold some kind of forum.
I' d be eager, too, to hear any suggestions you might have for ways to encourage public discussion of that important issue.
Sincerely,
F, " .
William W. Nichols
WWN:mam
MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
Fa il ure to YieJ d right of way Total Violations 40
Balance of Bond Monies Atal from previous month $468.00 Collected for present month 1469. 00
bunt paid to State (RRR &GRF) 390. 00 unt paid in refunds or overpayments 280.00
ount paid into General Fund 1227.00
alance bond monies remaining in account 40. 00
22
510. 00
1466.00
221. 00
270.00
1017. 00
468.00
54
468.00
2120.00
455. 00
485. 00
1608. 00
40. 00
Seotember 1983 KAugust 1983 September 1982
rkinq Tickets Issued 36 21 42
tations: 36 Compl ai n ts: 4
StoD Sign
2
Atop Signal 1 4 4
SDeed
25 9 27
Improper Turn
1
Juvenile Court 3 3
Driving Under Influence of Alcohol 1 1
Reckless ODeration
Expired Plates 2 2 2
No M/ C Endorsement 2 2
Unsafe Vehicle 1
ilure to stop for school bus 1
sured clear distance 1 1
Disturbing the Peace 1
Misrepresentation 2
Assault
1
Prohibited Rt. Turn on Red 2 1
Driving Under Suspension 1 1
Criminal Damaging 1
Passing Bad Checks
1 Permlttin persons to ride on the outside of a moving vehicle
1. 1
September 1983 August 1983 September 1982
2
1
Protective Eve Device on M/C
erator License Restriction Violation
Animal at Large 2
Criminal TresDass 3
1
8
4
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Pumped
0
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
Misc. Cdstomer Service Requests
Remotes or Meters Replaced
Remotes or Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired Water Taps
Police Telephone Calls
Police Radio Calls
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
Sept. 1983
30.873.000
1,029.000
0
3
438
1,792
Aug. 1983
29.238.000
943.000
390
1,730
Sept. 1982
30.259.000
1.008.000
432
1,621
MANAGER' S REPORT
1 0
5 0
0 0 11
2 4 1
16 44 27
0 0 3
0 0 0
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
Sept. 1983
15.000.000 (Est.)
500,000 (Est.)
3
1500 ft.
2.42 in..
Aug. 1983 Sept. 1982
13.950,000 (Est.) 19,350,000
450,000 (Est.) 645,000
0 4
350 ft.
1. 52 in.
0 ft.
3. 1 in.
0 3 1
40v September 1983
FA-ACTI VITIES
PE. ng Ticke6,£ TUk kic Citations
Tkad kic Stops
T,takic DiA-ection
ehicte Check
Hou,6 e Che Cks
SidpiC<LOU,6 Pe,4,60,l.6
Eme4*.. 8 Fire Ass,6£4
Other Dept. A63,684
Impounds 6 Towing
Foot Pa4£06£
Und ecuted Buddinqs
Mototizt &63<16£4 '
Patbot Time{Hou,u )
IJMPLAINT ACTI VITIES
Injuky Accident6
fon-Inju4 Accident6
Ave.6.tiA CUUO n.3:
420Co*Kmenpsiaesky3z /
AEHICLE MILEAGE:
UEVITI LIZED:
82 Dodge
C VehicteJ
83 Chevrolet
C Vehide)
497.2 Gattons
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Monthty Managek's Repokt***
Month: August 1983
53,048
C Odometer)
7,225
Odometer)
CA,16)
841
C Mi,Ee,5 )
LO1 *
Chle6 06 Pot«cce
Month: september 1982
PATROL ACTIVITIES PATROL ACTIVITIES
34 Parking Tickets 21 Parking Tickets 42
35 Tba dic CttationJ 20 Tba66·lic Cttation,6 49
33 T4aAAic Stops 54 TU66.c£Stops 89
131 ThaAdic DiA,ect£on 72 Tba66£c Direction 138
25 Vehicte Checks 29 Vehide Checju 39
336 House Chectu 641 Hotue Checb 394
7 Suspiciou,6 Pekbon6, 9 Sujpicious Pe*, 601'U 8
16 Emerg. 6 Fike A63,666£ 14 Eme* q. 6 F©le A638£6 22
15 Other Dent. Ad,36, 8£ 6 11 Other Dept. A63,66£ 6 6
3 Impounds 6 Towing 1 Impound6 6 Towinq 2
205 Foot Patto£6 318 Foot Pattou 239
22 Unvecuud ButtdingS 45 Uns ecu,ted Buitdinq3 39
25 Motobist A66,666£ 30 Mot046£t A638£4 22
322 , - P '(UOLot Time (Hou,u ) 347 Pattot Time C Ho LUU ) 295
COMPLAINT ACTI VITIES COMPLAINT ACTI VITIES
2 Inl'Luu/Accident6 In iukq Accidenij
3 Non-In<UA#Accident6 3 Non-Iniukq Accident6 7
Investiqations : Inve,6£ga£tion.6 :
76 Comptain,8 86 Complaintj 58
17 O K dense«6 10 OA Aen.6 e,5 13
A,Ule,6 'ts : Aues#:
Fe«tonq 2 Fekonq FeLony
Misdemeano/ l 3 MUdemeanor 1 M.66 demeanor
Chakq 08 Fieed: 5
ChaxqU Fteed: Chag*es Fited:
Fetonu 2 Felonq Fe£ onq 1 Mi,6 demeanor 5 MU demeanok . 2 MU demeanok 5
OMINISTRATI VE ACTIVITIES ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES Admin. / Speclat Detaif«6 509 Admin.S /peciat Deta3££ 580 Admin.S /peciat vetai£ ServiCe.3 : Sekvices: 3 474 Service«6 : MaLE 15 Ma.d 16 Ma,Le
Hand Detiveked Mai£ 14
46 Hand DeU, vered Mai£ 43 Hand Detiveged Mal£ Funeu,LE E,6CO6 *£ 51
Fune,tat Es cott6 1 FunebaE Escobts Bank Escot8£ 3
3 Bank E,6 cott6 8 Bank Es cobtj 9
F UND BALANCE 8/318/3
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
SEWER
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
FEDERAL SEWER GRANT
STATE GRANT
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
Certificates of Deposit
General Fund
Water
Sewer
Equipment Reserve
TOTAL
306,788. 51
9,074. 96
589. 79
30,970.46
15,106. 30
48,206. 59
4,941. 61
12,477. 83
17,208. 52
95,730. 00
14,033. 17
3,750.00
108,000.00
666,877. 74
8/31/83
210,000
30,000
40,000
95,730
375,730
RECEIPTS
14,872. 47
1,433.13
116. 19
32,854. 20
0-
10,936.70
0-
0-
0-
0-
1,250.00
0-
61, 462. 69
DISBURSEMENTS
30,141. 95
1, 035. 16
350. 26
13,253.36
0-
6,107. 79
0-
250. 75
0-
0-
30. 40
0-
51, 169. 67
BALANCE 9/30/ 83
291, 519.03
9,472.93
355. 72
50,571. 30
15,106.30
53,035.50
4,941. 61
12,227.08
17,208. 52
95,730.00
14,033. 17
4,969.60
108,000.00
677,170. 76
Certificates of Deposit 9/30/ 83
General 210,000
Water 0
Sewer 40,000
Equipment Reserve 95,730
TOTAL 345,730
Shirley Robertson
Finance Director
0- 0-
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 AUDITOR- TREASURER FEES
DELINQUENT TAX ADVERTISING
STATE EXAMINER' S FEES
ELECTION
LAW
STREET MAINTENANCE &REPAIR
STATE HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
SEWER
3rd
Appropriated
48,794
3,450
2,000
1, 472
50,000
31, 303
500
12,000
32,115
4,260
3,434
3,718
5,894
600
250
25
0
0
1, 716
6,750
1, 500
79,811
0
24,514
QUARTER 1983
Expenses
43,812. 56
3,059.22
0
80. 00
44,747. 51
26,158. 88
0
391. 87
28,990. 74
583. 78
2,890.04
4,279. 43
4,010.86
0
0
0
0
0
1, 403. 32
5,964. 47
822.45
78,910. 47
0
21, 719.82
YEAR TO DATE
Appropriated Expenses
135,381
10,350
4,000
3,452
63,580
81, 739
2,400
12,000
100,246
8,360
11, 149
12,196
15,033
1, 200
500
50
0
850
10,601
22,876
2,500
318,465
0
102,414
120,488.67
10,215.51
2,267.48
2,183.90
58,327. 51
74,739. 20
1,400.00
1,073.77
78,066.49
4,366.45
7,845.53
10,074.09
7,478. 38
0
312. 09
5. 11
0
92. 23
9,608.48
21,103.34
2,118.60
267,829.28
0
95,623.42
COMMENTS
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
3rd QUARTER 1983
Appropriated Expenses
00
50,100 Yr. 6,360. 59
2,116 0
YEAR TO DATE
Appropriated
15,000
50,100 Yr.
5,791
Expenses
14,993.41
23,403.59
3,763. 52
COMMENTS
FUND

Council Minutes September 21, 1983

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
SEPTEMBER 21, 1983
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 Harriott
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Bartlett
Councilmember -
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Manager -
Avery
Davison
Gallant
Plunkett
Manager Plunkett mentioned that Robert Drake would be a little late this evening.
PUBLIC HEARINGS
A public hearing was held at this time for the following ordinances:
Ordinance No. 24-83T,o,"Authorize The Deposit And Investment Of Funds Of The
Village of Granville And Establishing A Procedure For Selecting Depositories
And Making Investments".
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 24-83. PubJic hearing
closed at 7: 33 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
Ordinance No. 25-83, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 40-82 Providing For
Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1983 And Revising Sums
For Operating Expenses".
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 25-83. Public hearing
closed at 7:35 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
September 9, 1983 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Miller moved to
approve the minutes of the September 9, 1983 Regular Council Meeting as printed.
Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Priscilla Ballard Pfalzer
B. E. Mason
Therese Overholser
Erle Richards
Arnold Eisenberg
Wm. H. Scheer
Cindy Howes, WHTHW/NKO
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Regular Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
September 21, 1983
Page 2 of 4
Mayor Gallant announced that comments and/ or questions with regards to Beechwood/
Thornewood Drives from citizens in attendance would be waived until later on in
the meeting under Committee Reports.
There were no comments from citizens at this time.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of August 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 August was presented. Manager Plunkett
did not add to the report. Following review, a motion to approve the Manager' s Report was made by Councilmember Schnaidt and 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 Com- mission meeting held September 8th.
At that meeting the discussion centered on zoning for the area to be annexed
to the Village of Granville situated along Newark-Granville Road. Mr. Avery
noted the letter from Barclay P. Gano, Chairman of the Development Commission which was distributed to members of Council earlier. The letter states the
Commission' s recommendations to the zoning of the above mentioned area to be annexed. A copy of that letter is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Opera House Park Improvement Committee -Vice Mayor Davison commented that he hoped members noted the work done this week on the park. Mr. Davison said most of the $5,000 Landscaping grant will be used. Mr. Davison felt the park looked quite impressive. Mulching still needs to be done and the foundation stone will need to be laid. Further, the Township Trustees have formerly agreed to pay for the brick sidewalk project (low bid).A decision has not been made at this time baesentomwadheat type of brick or pattern will be used in the park. No decision has on the wrought iron fence. -
Safety and Health Committee -Manager Plunkett announced that the State has certified the Village of Granville' s Building Department with the condition that Newark does the inspections, and approves plans and specifications.
Brochures -Mayor Gallant commented that the brochures G" uildelines For Good Neighbors"w,ere handed out in students boxes.
Councilmember Avery asked if there were plans for next year. Councilmember Bartlett commented that there would be some updating. It was also noted that the Recycling Center was not mentioned as one for voluntari'sm.. Following a brief discussion, members concurred that Robin did a nice job on the brochures and that she should be complemented.
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Regular Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
September 21, 1983
Page 3 of 4
Streets &Sidewalks Committee
Beechwood/ Thornewood Drives Road Improvement
Manager Plunkett reported that letters were mailed to residents of Beechwood/
Thornewood Drives advising them that Council would be discussing this issue
at their meeting of September 2lst. The letter also contained a tally of the
resident' s responses to Council' s recent funding proposal for the reconstruction
of these roads.
In light of these responses Manager Plunkett recommended one of the following
three options be considered:
1) Disregard wishes of the property owners;
2) Vacate Street;
3) Accept the liability.
By accepting the liability, the drives would need to be made "no through" streets, signs posted etc.,and; the Village doing some major ditching channeling and from Wong' s to Blum' s. This work would cost approximately $12,000, uinssinugranVciella. ge employees for the labor. Also, a probable increase in liability
Erle Richards, 261 Thornewood Drive, was present to represent the Beechwood/ Thornewood Drives residents. There were a few other residents of the area present to add their input to the discussion as well.
Mr. Richards said he hoped he could accurately represent the residents.
He felt they would like to have a passable road but not one that would attract high speed traffic, and; the residents appreciate Council' s efforts but, they could not afford the estimated assessment for the proposed road improvement. A lengthy discussion followed. between members of Councilf w6+he-aehe--p*ress- 19#4hei:-c_ie*wso-nth-eo-pti-onsre-eemmen·dedb-yV-i1-1-a- geM-an' ag- erP-l-unkett. Following the above discussion, members endorsed the following statement prepared and read by Mayor Gallant and that it be included in the minutes:
Statement of Mayor Thomas F. Gallant
The result of our efforts to resolve the street problem on Beechwood and Thornewood Drives is a disappointment to me, as it must be to other Council members and some of the residents themselves. It was my hope that a cooperative effort by affected groups and the Council might provide a solu- tion to the problem, but apparently this is not to be. Nevertheless, I feel that Council has made all reasonable effort within its resources of time and money to address the situation. Temporary repairs were and are being made in good faith, and the recent study and deliberations were conducted in that same spirit and in the best interests of the community. It is now my firm hope that the matter of major street improvements on Beechwood and Thornewood will be laid to rest for a reasonable timep-e-rhaps for a period of at least two years. This does not preclude a consideration from time to time of less extensive measures needed to maintain the public safety or improve these streets. However, I feel that it should be understood that expenditure of Village resources for such efforts should not be disproportionate to total expenditures for the remainder of our Village streets."
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Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
September 21, 1983
Page 4 of 4
Councilmember Harriott at this time said he would like a Streets and Sidewalks
Committee meeting scheduled soon to decide what should be done regarding the
BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives situation.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 24-83, "To Authorize The Deposit And Investment Of Funds Of The
Village of Granville And Establishing A Procedure For Selecting Depositories
And Making Investments"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Roll call vote: Schnaidt- yes,
Bartlett-yes, Miller-yes, Avery-yes, Harriott-yes, Davison-yes, Gallant-yes. Seven yes votes. Ordinance No. 24-83 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 25-83, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 40-82 Providing For
Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1983 And Revising Sums
For Operating Expenses"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Avery. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Avery- yes, Miller-yes,
Harriott-yes, Bartlett-yes, Schnaidt- yes, Davison- yes, Gallant-yes. Seven
yes votes. Ordinance No. 25-83 duly adopted.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 26-73, "An Ordinance Accepting An Application For Annexation Of
Territory And Establishing Certain Zoning Districts", was introduced and title
read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
A public hearing was scheduled at this time for October 5, 1983, at 7:30
P.m..
Beggar' s Night
Following a brief discussion,
6: 00 p.m. to 7: 30 p.m..
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Beggar' s Night was set for October 31st, from
September 28, 1983 -Utilities Committee Meeting -7:30 p.m.. Streets &Sidewalks Committee Meeting -8: 30 p.m..
With no further business to discuss, Council adjourned the meeting following
a motion by Councilmember Miller, seconded by Councilmember Bartlett.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 53 p.m..
Attest:
Clerk of Council
41- Mayor
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
22
Balance of Bond T.- Monies from previous month $510.00 2al Collected for present month 1466. 00 int paid to State (RRR &GRF) rypT:- 00
int paid in refunds or overpayments 270.00
unt paid into General Fund 1017.00
os,ance bond monies remaining in account 468.00
11
365.00
1237.00
5 159.00
50. 00
883.00
510.00
Z4
150.0-0
1701. 00
260.00
45. 00
928.00
468.00 4
Augut 1983 Julv 1983 August 1982
inq Tickets Issued 21 9 20
ations:
pn Compl ai n ts: 2
StoD Sian
1
5- top Signal 4 2
SDeed 9 5 15
Imoroper Turn 1 1
Juvenile Court 2
Driving Under Influence of Alcohol 1 2 1
Reckless Ooeration
Ex Di red Pl ates 2 1 1
Unsafe Vehicle 1
Prohibited Rt. Turn on Red 2
lina Under Susoension 1
minal Damaging 1
Passina Bad Checks 1
No Onerators License 1
Leaving Scene of Accident 1
Failure to Yield Viailance while backing 1
Total Violations
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Pumped
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
Misc. Customer Service Requests
Remotes or Meters Replaced
Remotes or Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired
Water Taps
Police Telephone Calls
Police Radio Calls
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
Aug. 1983
29,238.000
943.000
1
5
0
4
44
0
0
390
1. 730
July 1983
27,206.000
878.000
0
10
0
1
612
1,665
Aug. 1982
28,257,000
911. 000
3
0
0
349
1,402
MANAGER' S REPORT
9
19 35
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 1983 Julv 1983
13,950,000 (Est.)12,400,000 (Est.)
450,000 (Est.) 400,000 (Est.)
0 3
350'
1. 52"
600'
5.17"
August 1982
18,400,000
594,000
1
1,000'
2.6"
3 2 0
42
Manager' s Report
Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance (Cold Mix)
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
1
1
4
8
0
0
2
72
23
0
0
45
18
5
0
0
12
Au . 1983 Jul 1983 Au . 1982
Amount Manhours Amount Manhours Amount Manhours
10
128
0
315
36
80
1-Garage
3-1(-Condo
1-House
9
0
0
0
2
120
238
320
36
1-G(arage
5
0
0
104
12
0
0
72 5
310
2-A(dditions
5
0
1
0
106
1
201
4
165
0
24 2
4
0
0
0 0
2
0
lo n.iAugust 1983
AT ACTI VITIES
Plg Ticketj
T*41(ic Citation6
Thad Kic Stop6
Itathic Di,4ection
vehic,te Check
Ho use Check8
Suspicioud, Pe<1'6ons
Eme44 · 6 Fike A66188£
2 ther Dept. A63.68£ 6
Impounds 6 Towing
Lot patwa
un*ecured Buttd,0146
Votottijt A. 3.6628
P(Lt/ Lot Time (Hou,u )
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Monthig Manager's Repo4t***
Month: July 1983 Month: August 1982
PATROL ACTIVITIES PATROL ACTIVITIES
21- Parking Ticke«t8 10 Parking Ticketj 20
20 Tud 6'[ c Citationd 11 Tba66ic Citations 23
54 Tud6,c£Stop3 47 1a-6*6'c£Stops
72 Tra66c£Direction 68 Tu66c£ DDLectlon
29 Vehicte Checks 23 Vehic,Ze Check 37
641 Holue ChecIU 643 Hol[4 e Checks 891
9 S USpicious Pekbons 9 Su,610C.£iou3 PUUOn.6
14 Emerg. 6 Fike Ad,6,66%6 19 Emerg. 6 Fike A63,68£ 8 9
11 Other Devt. A66,666£ 10 OtheA. Delot, A68* 4£8 5
1 Impound6 6 Towing 1 Impound*6 Toutinq
318 Foot Pak0*.5£ 297 Foot Pablo£ 4
45 Un&ecu,ted Buildings 36 Unsecured Buitdinqs
30 Motout A66£8£8 26 Moto6*t£A668£8£ 21
34 Patkot Time (Houu, ) 335 Patbot Time (Hou/ u )
OMPLAINT ACTIVITIES COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
I vtju,ty Accident6 Inim#Accidenh In iukq Accident6 1
Von-Injubg Accidenta 3 NonI-niwig Acddents 10 NonI-nitiA,4 Acc£ dent& 5
I uve,8t.<R,ation6, : Inve,tiqation*: Invejugation,8 :
COmpt.6LO16 £ 86 Comptainij 80 Comptaint6 34
O K dens ed 10
14:.
Oddenses 7 OK Aen,3 e,6 6
Auets: Aue64:
Fe«Conu FeLony 4 Felony
Misdemeanor 1 MUdemeanor 2
hakqe6 Fieed:
Ala demeanor
Chabqe6 Filed: Chahges Fifed:
Felonu Fetonq 4 Fetonu
M.68 demeanok 2 MUdemeanok Misdemeanor
DMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES Admin.S /pecial vetai8£, 58 5 Admin.S /peciat Vetaies 580 Admin./ Speciat Detai£$ 3 e<L'VC,£e6. : Services :
Ma.d Se/ lvice,6 :
20 Male 16 Mait
Hand Detiveked Mal£ 36 Hand Delivered Ma££ 43 Hand Detivered Mai£
Funea*£Es CO,tt6 2 Funeral EJ Co.L' t8 1 Funerat acott6
Bank EAcoht,d, 3 Bank E8, co*, t8 8 Bank acobtu
EHICLE MILEAGE:
82 Dodge 49,679
Veh£ cte j Gdometer)
83 Chevrolet 6,384 1089 1 yehicge J Odometer) C Mile.8 1
rUEL UTILIZED: 535.3 Gattons
9
ULk{nAL.ARA*nnn,
Chie6 06 Potice
1
FUND b
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
SEWER
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
FEDERAL SEWER GRANT STATE GRANT
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
Certificates of Deposit
General Fund
Water
Sewer
Equipment Reserve
TOTAL
BALANCE 7/31/ 83
341,903.84
7,433.27
568.99
36,924.77
15,106.30
48,211.91
4,941.61
16,043.75
17,208.52
95,730.00
0-
0-
108,000.00
692,072.96
7/31/ 83
210,000
30,000
40,000
95,730
375,730
41,145.61
3,495.07
283.39
27,352.70
0-
7,668.25
0-
0-
0-
0-
62,312.00
3,750.00
0-
146,007.02
DISBURSEMENTS
76,260.94
1,853.38
262.59
33,307.01
0-
7,673.57
0-
3,565.92
0-
0-
48,278.83
0-
0-
171,202.24
BALANCE 8/
306,788.51
9,074.96
589.79
30,970.46
15,106.30
48,206.59
4,941.61
12,477.83
17,208.52
95,730.00
14,033.17
3,750.00
108,000.00
666,877.74
Certificates of Deposit 8/31/ 83
General
Water
Sewer
Equipment Reserve
TOTAL
Shirley Robertson
Finance Director
210,000
30,000
40,000
95,730
375,730

Council Minutes September 7, 1983

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
SEPTEMBER 7, 1983
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
Vice Mayor - Davison
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Avery moved to excuse absentee members Bartlett and Harriott.
Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
MINUTES
AUGUST 17, 1983 -REGUALR COUNCIL MEETING -Councilmember Miller moved to
approve the minutes as distributed. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Cindy Howes, WHTHW/NKO Rick Bline, Sentinel
Dawn Pettet introduced herself as the new reporter covering Granville for the Newark Advocate.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Safety and Health - Councilmember Schnaidt commented that he reviewed the bid document for Municipal Insurance and complemented the Manager on a thorough job. Mr. Schnaidt stated however that he felt the Village will have trouble getting bids because of the number of claims the Village has had in the past two and asuhraanlcf ey.ears. He told members to prepare themselves for higher costs for in-
Development Commission - There was no meeting to report on. Mayor Gallant asked Manager Plunkett how soon the Zoning Ordinance revisions would be ready for Council' s review and consideration.
Manager Plunkett explained that the revisions recommended by Ann Munro. would need to be put dfi)Ordinance form. Mr. Plunkett said he would send copies of Ms. Munro' s tler outlining the recommended changes to members.
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Village of Granville
September 7, 1983
Brochures -Mayor Gallant reported that the brochures "Guidelines For Good Neighbors"w,ere not distributed to students at registration as planned. Mr. Gallant has made arrangements to have the brochures distributed to the students boxes this weekend. A copy of that brochure is hereby attached as part of these minutes
Opera House Park Improvement Committee -Vice Mayor Davison reported that bids for the Opera House Park Landscaping were received and opened Tuesday, September 6th, and the bid award will be addressed this evening under New Business. Monies for this work will come from the Landscaping Grant. Mr. Davison said other items to be resolved are: the wrought iron fencing and the sidewalk issue. The committee has looked at various sidewalks and types of brick. A decision will need to be made on what kind of brick will be used. Mr. Davison also said that he had hoped to put the same kind of stone in front of the park to match St. Luke' s, along with the wrought ironing fencing. Councilmember Miller reminded Mr. Davison that many spoke out against put- ting a fence around the park or any portion of the park.
OLD BUSINESS
Mayor Gallant reported that most of the residents of Beechwood, Thornewood and Edgewood returned the questionnairs mailed to them regarding the proposal for BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives. He said the residents should be informed of these responses.
Following a lengthy discussion, Manager Plunkett was directed to write a letter to the residents telling them that Council will be discussing the issue at the next regular meeting for the last time, and will review their options, responsibilities and plans for these streets in light of the response to the proposal.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 248- 3, T"o Authorize The Deposit And Investment of Funds Of The Village Of Granville And Establishing A Procedure For Selecting Depositories And mMeamkibnegr SIncvhenasitdmt.ents,w"as introduced and title read in its entirety by Council-
A public hearing for this ordinance was scheduled for September 21, 1983.
Ordinance No. 258- 3, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 408-2 Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1983 And Revising Sums CFoorunOciplmeeramtibnegr Expenses,w"as introduced and title read in its entirety by Avery.
A public hearing for this ordinance was scheduled for September 21, 1983.
Resolution No. 83-31, T"o Award The Bid For The Opera House Park Landscaping", was introduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison. Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 833-1. Motion second- ed by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. Resolution No. 83-31 duly passed.
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Village of Granville
September 7, 1983
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
September 21, 1983 -7: 30 p.m. -Regular Council Meeting
September 28, 1983 -7: 30 p.m. -Utilities Committee -Capital Improvement Plans -
For: 1984-1989
October 26, 1983 7: 30 p.m. -Council Worksession -1984 Budget
With no further business to discuss, Councilmember Miller moved to adjourn,
seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8:05 p.m..
A+test: *4
CTerk of Council
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
22
Balance of Bond Blal Collected Monies from previous month $510.00 for present month 1466.00
unt paid to State (RRR &GRF) rzproo
Illunt paid in refunds or overpayments 270.00
unt paid into General Fund 1017.00
lance bond monies remaining in account 468.00
1
11
365. 00
1 1237.00
159. 00
50. 00
883.00
510.00
Copy to Go With Minutes
9-21-83
Z4
150. 00
1701. 00
260.00
45.00
928.00
468.00
Auguct 1983 Jul v 1983 August 1982
king Tickets Issued 21 9 20
ations: pn Complaints: 2
Stop Sign 1
itop Signal 4 2
SDeed 9 5 15
ImDrover Turn 1 1
Juvenile Court
2
Drivina Under Influence of Alcohol 1 2 1
Reckless Oeration
Exoired Plates 2 1 1
Unsafe Vehicle 1
prohibited Rt. Turn on Red 2
vina Under Susoension 1
minal Damaging 1
Passina Bad Checks 1
No Operators License 1
Leaving Scene of Accident 1
Failure to Yield Viailance while backina 1
Total Violations
WATER DEPARTMENT
MANAGER' S REPORT
Total Gallons Pumped
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
Misc. Customer Service Requests
Remotes or Meters Replaced
Remotes or Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired
Water Taps
Police Telephone Calls
Police Radio Calls
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
Aug. 1983
29,238.000
943.000
1
5
0
4
44
0
0
390
1,730
Attach to Minutes of
9-21-83
July 1983
27,206.000
878.000
0
10
0
1
19
0
612
1,665
Aug. 1982
28.257,000
911.000
3
0
349
1,402
0
9
35
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
Auaust 1983 Julv 1983
13,950,000 (Est.)12,400,000 (Est.)
450,000 (Est.) 400,000 (Est.)
0 3
350'
1. 52"
600'
5. 17"
Aupust 1982 ,
18,400,000
594,000
1
1,000'
2.6"
3 2 0
Manager' s Report
Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance (Cold Mix)
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
Au . 1983 Jul 1983 Au .
Amount Manhours Amount Manhours Amount
14
8
0
0
12
10
128
0
315
36
80
1-Garage
3-1(-Condo
1-House
9
0
0
0
72
23
0
0
45
18
5
0
0
12
2
120
238
320
36
1-G(arage
5
0
0
310
104
12
0
0
72
1982
Manhours
2-A(dditions
5
0
1
0
15 69
32 27
0 16
24 124
37 R2
4
5 27
4 165
0 0
0 0
0 0
12 96
58
106
110
201
2 4
80
0
lon Aueust 1983
ACTIVITIES
g Ticketj
TAMc Cdatcons
Tud dic Stopd
TratiC*£DiAZetion
Vehicte Checks
House Check
Su,8p.£660666 Pe·Uons
Eme44. 6 Fit,e A)6*£8£
Other Dept. Ad,6,664
Impoundd, 6 Towing
Foot Pabina
Und ecuked Buildings
Atotohist A68.66.t8
oat'tot Time (Hou,u )
VEHICLE MILEAGE:
FUNIPUTILIZED:
82 Dodge
Ve;Ucte)
89 Chevrolet
1 Vehicee j
535.3 Gat£0,16
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Monthig Manag6e*R' epot*,***
Month: July 1983
49,679
dometek)
6,384
Odometer)
Month: August 1982
2790
C Mile.8 J
1089
CAl<e.6£J
1/ LAJ. 3 e , / 4.2-0
CAle 6 06 Police
PATROL ACTIVITIES PATROL ACTI VITIES
21. Parking Ticketj 10 Pakking Ticket6 20
20 Tud dic Citations 11 T,ta66ic Citations 23
54 Tuddic Stops 47 TAa66c£ Stops
72 TU66ic Die*ction 68 Tra66£C .DDLecto£n
29 Vehicle Checks 23 Vehice£Check6, 37
641 Hotue Check* 643 House Chectu
9 Suspicious Pe*60,13 9 Su,5 1016£OUS PUUOn.6
14 Emekg. 6 Fire Ad,6,66%6 19 Emerq. 6 Fike A66«68£ 6 9
11 Ot#tek Delot. A6323t,6 10 OtheA. Dept. Ad,6*t6* 5
1 Impounds 6 Touting 1 Impounds 6 Toutinq 7
318 Foot PablojEA 297 Foot Patrots
45 Unsecured Buitdings 36 Unbectuled Buitdinq,8
30 Motobist A668£28 26 Mot046£A86·68.C8 21
34 Pattot Time (Houu/ ) 335 Patiot Time C Howu )
MPLAINT ACTI VITIES COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES COMPLAINT ACTI VITIES
InjuA#Accidentd, Inlub#Aceident6 In iwiq Accidentd, 1
Non-Inju,ty Accident6 3 Non-Injub#Accident6 10 Non-Iniukq Accidentl 5
Inve,84qation6 : Investiqations : Investigations :
Comptaints 86 Comptaint& 80 Comptaints 34
0 6 Ken.6 e.6 10 Oddenses 7 O K depu es 6
A Aue,6 #: A/ ule64:
Fe, Conu Fetony 4 FeLony
M,68 demeanok 1 Misdemeanor 2
Charge6 Fifed:
Midemeanok
Chabqe,8 Filed: Cha* ges Filed:
Felonu Fetonq 4 Fe, tonu
M.68 demeanok 2 M£ 6 demeanor Mi.8 demeanok
DMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES ADMINISTRATIVE ACTI VITIES ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES Admin.S /pecial Detai,18 585 AdminS.p/eciat Deta££ Se* 3 580 Admin.S /pecia£Detai8£, vices : Se/ Lvi.Ce,6:
Ma,LE
Service,6 :
20 Mag 16 Ma,Le
Hand Detiveked Mal£ 36 Hand Detiveked Mait 43 Hand Deuvered Mai£ Funekat EsCotts 2 Funet,a£E6 cott6 1 Funec/aC Ebcott6 Bank EACods 3 Bank EJ cO4,£ 8 8 Bank Escob6,(
FUND
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
SEWER ,
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
FEDERAL SEWER GRANT STATE GRANT
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
Certificates of Deposit
General Fund
Water
Sewer
Equipment Reserve
TOTAL
BALANCE 7/31/83
341,903.84
7,433.27
568.99
36,924.77
15,106.30
48,211.91
4,941.61
16,043.75
17,208.52
95,730.00
0-
0-
108,000.00
692,072.96
7/31/ 83
210,000
30,000
40,000
95,730
375,730
41,145.61
3,495.07
283.39
27,352.70
0-
7,668.25
0-
0-
0-
0-
62,312.00
3,750.00
0-
146,007.02
DISBURSEMENTS
76,260.94
1,853.38
262.59
33,307.01
0-
7,673.57
0-
3,565.92
0-
0-
48,278.83
0-
0-
171,202.24
Certificates of Depos
General
Water
Sewer
Equipment Reserve
TOTAL
BALANCE 8/
306,788.51
9,074.96
589.79
30,970.46
15,106.30
48,206.59
4,941.61
12,477.83
17,208.52
95,730.00
14,033.17
3,750.00
108,000.00
666,877.74
it 8/31/ 83
210,000
30,000
40,000
95,730
375,730
Shirley Robertson
Finance Director
The Granville Recreation Commission:
The Granville Recreation Commission offers a variety of programs.
Denison students are welcome to become involved in three
different ways:
1. You may sign up for any of the programs. Examples include
photography, aerobics, CPR, golf lessons, cross- country skiing.
Flyers describing each season' s programs are available at the
local banks and advertised in the Sentinel,the local paper.
2, You may teach a course. Examples: dance, ceramics, selfdefense,
painting, gymnastics.
3. You may coach a team. Many students have found coaching or
refereeing a welcome break from the "hill,"a chance to relate
to a different age group, and an opportunity to contribute to the
Granville community. Examples: flag football, soccer, biddy
basketball, gymnastics. Other students have volunteered to
supervise the " Coffee House," a drop-in center for youth.
Granville Fellowship:
Granville Fellowship sponsors programs and services for older
adults of Granville, which enhance educational, recreational and
health-related needs.
The Sinnett House, located immediately behind the Granville
Library (217 E. Broadway),is the location for the activities of the
Fellowship. Telephone number is 687-1333.
For information about the Fellowship call either Cindy Krause
587-0657)or Mike Piper (587-0609)
GranviUe Volunteer Fire Department:
Do you ever wonder who the people are that you see running out
of the library, getting up at 4 in the morning and getting into situations
you would never think possible?These people are Denison
students who are members of the Granville Volunteer Fire Depart- 1
ment (GFD).There are currently 7 students who are members of the t
department, and any one of them will tell you that their experience 42
has been a lot of fun and very rewarding. Yes, it is very challenging,
and sometimes inconvenient, but the personal satisfaction far
outweighs any inconveniences.
Being a member of GFD requires attending Tuesday night sessions, training being at least a second semester freshman and having a grade point average above a 2.0. New members are encouraged to take an Emergency Medical Technician (EM'ID class, which certifies
you to do squad work; also a 36h- our Basic Fire Fighting course re- quired for all members (these classes are paid for by the depart- ment).
It is a satisfying feeling to be a helpful part of both the Denison
and Granville communities, and Denison students are urged to con- sider this special opportunity. Interested students should fill out an application giving references who can be contacted, For more information
contact fire captain Chris Bunge at 587-0261 or Meg Filoon, student representative of GFD, Slayter Box # 1386.
Scouting:
Boy ScoutsM -el Burdette 5873-804
Cub ScoutsS t-eve Nadolson 587-1571
Girl Scouts &Brownies, Neighborhood Chairman
Susie Frahn 366-3487
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Volunteerism at GranviUe Schools:
Granville Schools have always utilized volunteers from our community,
ranging from maintenance and custodial service to direct
classroom involvement. Grading, typing, library service and sharing
a hobby or developed interest are the most frequently contributed
services. Those desirous of serving are invited to contact the
respective principal of the elementary, middle, and high schools.
Elementary School: Linda Booth, Principal Phone: 587- 3561
Middle School: Kenneth Woodring, Principal Phone 687-3511
High School: James McCord, Principal Phone: 587-0321
Local Government:
Granville' s local government system includes an elected sevenmember
Village Council. The mayor is elected by Council from
among its members. The Village has a full-time, professional Village
manager who is charged with the day-to-day operation and coordination
of Village management and services, including the preparation
and administration of the Village financial budget,
The Granville School System is overseen by a five-member
elected School Board and is administered by the Superintendent of
Schools.
Granville's Government also can provide students with an opportunity
to gain valuable volunteer experience and to become involved
in government operations, The following offices and divisions can
provide you with information should you have questions, as a citizen,
about Village operations and management. They can also advise
you about volunteer opportunities, J-Terms, or Directed Studies in
their respective areas. Mayor's Office: Thomas Gallant, Professor of
Education, 587-6680 office, 587- 2357 home.
Manager's Office: Douglas Plunkett, 587-0707
Village Council: Council meetings are scheduled on the first and
third Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in Village Hall. Call
Village Clerk, Catherine Miller, 587-0707.
Development Commission: Meetings are held on the second and
fourth Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in Village Hall, Call
Barclay Gano, Chairman, 587-2347.
An Opportunity to Volunteer:
Churches:
First Baptist Church of Granville
Broadway &Main
587-0336
Dr. George Williamson, Jr.
223 E. Elm
587-3621
St. Edward's Catholic Church
785 Newark Road
587-0284
Father Bernans
Father Richard Lebarty (Denison)
Latter Day Saints
2486 Newark Road
522-6094
Branch President-Warren Griffin
4233 Mill Race Road
587-3732
Pilgrim Lutheran Church
Broadway &Cherry
587-0345
Reverend John F. Choitz
1559 Pleasant Valley Road
Newark, Ohio 43055
366-1559
Centenary United Methodist Church
E. Broadway &North Main
587-0022
Reverend Duane E. Johnson
235 E. Broadway
587-0338
First Presbyterian Church
W. Broadway &North Main
587-0178
Reverend Stephen B, Tischendorf
St. Luke's Episcopal Church
107 East Broadway
587-0167
Reverend Edward Burdick
128 South Main
New Life Fellowship
Corner of Main and Elm
344-8288
Reverend Randall S. Rugg
1420 Londondale Parkway
Newark, Ohio 43055
344-8288
Services: Church School 9:30 a.m.
Worship Service 11: 00 a.m.
Services: 8:30, 10:00, 11:30 Sunday
Saturday Summer: 5:30 p.m. Winter: 4:00 p.m
Services: Sunday 1:00 p.m.
Services: Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.
Services: Sunday Service 8:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Service 10:40 a.m.
Services: Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m. Church School 10:30 a,m.
College Student Fellowship
Sunday Evening 5:30 p.m
Services: Sunday Worship 8:00 &
10:30 am.
Services: Sunday Worship 10:30 Thursday a.m, Bible Study
7:00 p.m.
Local churches offer opportunities for teaching church school and advising youth groups. For more information contact the church of- fices or pastors,
Here in Granville You'll Find...
An Opportunity to Vote:
Voter Eligibility
You are qualified to vote if:
You are a citizen of the United States.
You are a least 18 years old on the day of the election at which
you seek to vote.
If you will be 18 on or before November election day, you may
vote in the primary election. You may vote for candidates only
and not on issues. You have been a resident of Ohio for at least
30 days before election.
You have been registered to vote at least 30 days before the
election. .
How is residence determined?
By law your residence is the place to which, whenever you are
absent, you have the intention of returning, Leaving for temporary
purposes, such as military service or school attendance,
need not result in a change of.residence for voting purposes.
Can a student vote from his or her school address?
Yes, if you regard that place as your residence. Otherwise, you
must vote in your home community.
Registration
Does everyone have to be registered?
Yes, except for members of the military and their spouses.
How can I register?
At the office of the Board of Elections in Newark.
At branch registration offices or locations established by the
Board.
At the office of a motor vehicle deputy registrar when you apply
for a driver' s license or State of Ohio identification card,
Village Laws, Law Enforcement,
and Judicial Procedures
Granville, of course, enforces all laws enacted through federal
and state statutes as well as a variety of local ordinances. Among
those offenses which are cited with some frequency are the follow- ing:
Ordinance 333.03 Maximum Speed Limits: 20 miles per hour the vicinity in of a school when children are in the area; otherwise as posted.
Ordinance 505. 01 Dog and Other Animals Running At
Large: Dogs or other pets are not allowed to run at large in any public area or upon private land. Dogs in Licking County must be registered.
Ordinancd 509.09 Disturbing The Peace: No person shall make,
continue or cause to be made or continued, any loud, unnecessary
or unusual noise, which is reasonable likely to annoy, disturb, injure
or endanger the comfort, repose, health, peace of safety of others within the municipal limits.
Among typical violations of this ordinance are:
excessive and or unwarranted use of automobile horns;
use of stereos, etc. in a manner which disturbs the publicin - particular stereo sound between midnight and 7 a.m. which can be heard beyong a distance of 50 feet.
yelling, shouting, etc.,particularly between midnight and 7 a,m,, which disturbs others.
Ordinance 351. 13 Seventy-Two Hour Parking Limit: No one shall
park his or her motor vehicle continuously in the same place for 72 hours on a public way in Granville.
Ordinance 529. 02 Sales to Minor: Prohibitions and Misrepresenta- tions:
A)No person shall sell intoxicating liquor to a person under the
age of twenty-one years or sell beer to a person under the age of
nineteen, or buy intoxicating liquor for, or furnish it to, a person
under the age of twenty-one years, or buy beer for or furnish it to a
person under the age of nineteen, unless given by a physician in the
regular line of his practice, or by a parent or legal guardian.
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B)No person under the age of twenty-one years shall purchase
intoxicating liquor, nor shall a person under the age of nineteen
years purchase beer. (ORC 4301.63)
D) No person under the age of twenty-one years shall order, pay
for, share the cost of, or attempt to purchase any intoxicating liquor,
or consume any intoxicating liquor, eithr from a sealed or unsealed
container or by the glass or by the drink, except as provided in
subsection (a)hereof. ( ORC 4301. 632)
E)No person shall knowingly furnish any false information as to
the name, age or other identification of any person under twenty-one
years of age for the purpose of obtaining or with the intent to obtain,
beer or intoxicating liquor for a person under nineteen years of age,
or intoxicating liquor for a person under twenty-one years of age, by
purchase or as a gift. (ORC 4301.633)
G)No person under the age of twenty-one years shall knowingly
show or give false information concerning his name, age or other
identification for the purpose of purchasing or otherwise obtaining
intoxidating liquor in any place in this State where intoxicating liquor
is sold under a permit issued by the Ohio Department of Liquor
Control or sold by such Department (ORC 4301.635)
Ordinance 529.04 Liquor Consumption in Motor Vehicle:
A)No person shall consume any beer or intoxicating liquor in a
motor vehicle. ( ORC 4301.64)
Ordinance 529. 07 Open Container Prol#bited:
A)No person shall have in his possession an opened container of
intoxicating liquor in a State liquor store, or on the premises of the
holder of any permit issued by the Department of Liquor Control, or
in any other public place. This section does not apply to intoxicating
liquor which has been lawfully purchased for consumption on the
premises where bought of a holder of an A-1-A, A-2, D-2, D-3, D-3a,
D-4, D-5, D-Sa, C2x, or D2x permit. This section does not apply to liquor
consumed on the premises of a convention facility as provided
in Ohio R.C. 4303.201. (ORC 4301. 62, 1. 21, or 1.41)
Guidelines For Good Neighbors:
Students Are Citizens of Granville,Too
Dear Denison Students:
It' s a pleasure for all permanent residents of Granville to welcome
you to our community. You have joined with historic and beautiful village which us as citizens in an enjoys a special quality of life, This booklet is designed to introduce to you, or to remind you, of the many opportunities in Granville which hwait you, as well as of the obligations which apply to you as full-fledged citizens in our community. Denison and Granville have long had much to offer . each other and through the years college and community have join- ed to make each other even more vital, more enjoyable, and more productive,
The Granville community each year looks especially to the students of Denison to continue that proud tradition and to enhance the splendor of life here among the Licking Hills.
Cordially,
The GranviUe Village Council:
Tom Gallant, Mayor
Chris Avery
Robin Bartlett
Al Davison, Vice-Mayor
David Harriot
Louise Miller
Sam Schnaidt
Douglas Plunkett, Manager
Robert Drake, Law Director
Catherine Miller, Clerk
Close Cooperation Between the Granville Police and Denison
Security and Safety Department:
The citizens of Granville value the safety and well-being of all.
Once off campus you can look to the Granville Police to safeguard
the rights and responsibilities of the community. While you are campus, the Denison Department of Security and on Safety is responsible.
Officers of the college and the community work closely at all
times to maintain the peaceful and orderly nature of the community. For more information on the services of Denison' s Security and Safety
Department, call Chief Frank Abele at extension 482 and/ or refer to the Denison Security and Safety Brochure.
For more information on the services of Granville's Fire and Police
Departments, call Fire Captain Chris Bunge at 587-0261 or Police Chief Frank Sorrell at 587-1234.
Although you are living off-campus, you are no less Denison
students and subsequently still subject to the rules and regulations
of Denison University as outlined in the Undergraduate. You also
have a responsibility to the landlord as well as the Granville com- munity. The Office of Student Life will have copies of the summary of the state of Ohio tenantla/ ndlord rights and responsibilities which
will be available to students who live off-campus. Any questions
about tenantla/ ndlord relationships should be presented to the
landlord him/ herself and/ or Artie Miller in the Office of Student
Life, ext. 271.
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Students Are Citizens of Granville,Too
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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
AUGUST 17, 1983
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
Vice Mayor - Davison
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Vice Mayor Davison moved to excuse absentee members Harriott and Avery. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held at this time for Ordinance No. 22-83 -An Ordinance
Establishing The Minimum Regulations Governing The Safeguarding Of Life And
Property From The Hazards Of Fire And Explosion Arising From The Storage,
Handling And Use Of Hazardous Substances, Materials And Devices, And From Conditions
Hazardous To Life Or Property In The Use Or Occupancy Of Building Or Premises, Known As The Fire Prevention Code.
Ms. Jan Packard, Inspector for the Granville Fire Department, appeared ing this even- to explain the changes and deletions needed in the proposed Ordinance
No. 22-83 to make it appropriate as a local fire code. The changes would be in Section II pertaining to Kerosene Heaters.
Council thanked Ms. Packard for coming to the meeting and explaining the needed amendments.
No other comments were made at this time. Public hearing closed at 7:39 p.m..
MINUTES
August 3, 1983 -Regular Council Meeting - Councilmember Miller moved to
Mapoptrioonvectahreriemdin. utes as distributed. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Cindy Howes, WHTHW/NKO Jan Packard, InspectorG/VFD
No comments were made from those in attendance at this time.
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August 17, 1983
Page 2 of 4
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of July was presented and reviewed. During
review, Vice Mayor Davison asked if the Village received many complaints about
the new 25 mph speed limit on South Main Street. Stating that it might be
wise to publicize it a little more. He also asked if a warning sign was post- ed ahead.
Manager Plunkett responded and said the only complaint he has heard of was from someone doing 49 mph. Also, he was sure there is a sign posted warning of the 25 mph speed ahead, but, he would check to make sure it was still there.
A copy of the Mayor' s Report is hereby attached as part of thse minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of July was presented. Manager Plunkett
reviewed the report with members, and commented on the continued overall reduction of pumpage in the Water and Wastewater Reports.
Mr. Plunkett also mentioned that Owens-Corning Technical Center is considering
the possibility of recycling their water to economize. However, they do want to talk with Village Officials before doing anything that might harm the Village.
Continuing, Mr. Plunkett mentioned that EPA Officials were in the Village last week going over the plans of the proposed new Wastewater Facility. Following review and discussion, Councilmember Bartlett moved to approve SthcehnMaaidnat.ger' s Report for the month of July. Motion seconded by Councilmember Motion carried.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Mayor Gallant reported progresses made on Council' s Municipal Goals for 1983.
Annexation -Annexation of the High School completed, and NewarkG- ranville Rd., to Denison Drive is in the final stage.
Granville Area Study and Planning Commission -The Commission has formed a SubC- ommittee to pull together all the information gathered and to prepare a fdarallf.t of the final report which, they hope to present to Council early this
Village Hall Remodeling and Renovation N-o furtherplans due to a lack of funds. Manager Plunkett commented that he has had the electrical system in the building checked and its in good shape. He has had several contractors in to Mloro.kPalutntkheett rgof, so far, a low bid of $2800 has been quoted to repair ohly. said he would be seeking more estimates.
Zoning Ordinance ReW- rite -Article 4, of the Zoning Ordinance No. 16-76 passed February 2, 1977, was repealed; Family and Rooming house redefined; added to definitions were: Developmental Disability and Family Model Home. The Zoning Ordinance has been reviewed for constitutional correctness and possible improvement by Ann Munro, of the law offices, Reese, McNenny, Pyle & wDrraitktee.n Ms. Munro has completed her review and, proposed changes are being to submit to Council for their consideration.
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August 17, 1983
Page 3 of 4
Mayor Gallant' s report continued
Fire Code &Fire Inspector -The Fire Code has will received its public hearing, and be considered by Council this evening under Old Business.
Opera House Park -Work is on going at the park, and; bids will be opened September 6, 1983, at 12: 00 noon, for landscaping the park. Monies for this landscaping were received from the Small Business Administration Landscaping Grant, which was awarded to the Village recently.
Land PurchaseC/orporate Development -No activity at present time.
BeechwoodT/hornewood Drive Improvement -Talks have been accomplished with property owners, proposals have been drafted and questionnaires have been mail- ed to residents. Final determination will be made of the responses received.
Projections In Terms of Expenditures A- report has been compiled by Council- member Bartlett, and; copies distributed to members for their review.
Cost Effective Study of Village Services -No activity at this time.
GsounmeOthridnginanceW/ aiting Period On Sale Of Guns -Decision to hold this item until developes.
Student Groups -Mayor Gallant said he met with Campus Affairs Council last spring, along with Student Life personnel and prosepctive student renters, in an orientation session conducted by the Student Life personnel. He said hope- fully a meeting can be scheduled with the landlords and Artie Miller to go over some problems.
Brochure -Councilmember Bartlett mentioned that the brochures are at the printers and will be distributed to students during registration.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 228- 3, A"n Ordinance Establishing The Minimum Regulations Govern- ing The Safeguarding Of Life And Property From The Hazards Of Fire And Explosion Arisidg From The Storage, Handling And Use Of Hazardous Substances, Materials And Devices, And From Conditions Hazardous To Life Or Property In The Use Or Occupancy Of Building Or Premises, Known As The Fire Prevention Code," Councilmember Schnaidt moved to amend Ordinance No. 228-3 as follows: 1In30S1:e7ct-5ion-17I,I1 3(301:)7d,-5el-e1t8e. 1301:7-5.n.um.bering. Numbers 1301:7-5-15, 1301:7-5-16,
DeSleetceti oa"nuthoonri z"Uesde of Unvented Kerosene Heaters"P. art (c) -Issuance of citation: Sections by Section 3737.42 of the Revised Code.A"dd d"efined in F-105.4 through F-105.5.2.,inclusive, of this code. Under Manufactur- beert'wseeMnartkhiengsfirFsotr Unvented Kerosene Heaters, page 5 of 5, Part (5)A:dd a sentence such permit and second sentences, T"he local fire official may require any as to page nausmbsepriencgifioefdthine Othridsinacnoced.e".Mr. Schnaidt also amended some errors Roll call vote: Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. AveryA-bsent, Schnaidty-es, Millery-es, Bartletty-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. Harriott-absent. Five yes votes, two absentees. Amendment duly passed.
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Councilmember Schnaidt moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 22-83 as amended.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Schnaidt- Miller- yes, yes, Davison- yes, Bartlett-yes, Gallant-yes, Harriott-absent, Averyabsent.
Five yes votes, and two absentees. Ordinance No. 22-83 duly adopted.
NEW BUSINESSOrdinance
No. 23-83, "An Ordinance Establishing A Special Fund Known As The Small Business Administration Landscaping Grant" Fund And Declaring An Emergencyw",as introduced and title read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison. Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of the Emergency Clause, S"ection IV". Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Roll call vote: Davisony-es, Bartletty-es, Millery-es, Schnaidty-es, Gallanty-es, Averya-bsent, Harriott- absent. Five yes votes and two absentees. Emergency Clause S" ection IV", duly passed.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 238-3. Motion second- edby Councilmember Bartlett. Roll call vote: Davisony-es, Bartletty-es, Schnaidty-es, Millery-es, Gallanty-es, Harriott-absent, Averya-bsent. Five yes votes and two absentees. Ordinance No. 23-83 duly adopted.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONC/OMMENTS
Manager Plunkett gave an updated report on the Hilengreen Subdivision.
Law Director Drake reported on the disposition of lawsuits pertaining to the Village' s first contractor on the Pearl Street Sewer Construction.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS -None
With no further business to discuss, Councilmember Miller moved for adjournment. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 12 p.m..
Attest:
2*05*492*,
t7e-rk of Council
41- Mayor L/
These minutes are not officihl until approved by Council and signed by officers.
MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
11 Balance of Bond Tital Collected Monies from previous month $365.00 int for present month 1237.50 paid to State (RRR &GRF) 159. 00 unt paid in refunds or overpayments 50. 00 111Unt paid into General Fund 883.00 lance bond monies remaining in account 510.00
48
468.00
2059.00
207. 00
473.00
1482.00
1 365.00
30
40.00
1270.00
182.00
7.00
971 .00
150.00
July 1983 June 1983 Jul y 1982
kinq Tickets Issued 9 33 27
I.ations: 11 Complaints: 0
StOD Sian
itoD Signal 2 1
SDeed 5 21 6
Imoroger Turn 1 3 1
Juvenile Court 12
Driving Under Influence of Alcohol 2 4
Reckless Oeration 1
ExDired Plates 1 1 8
No Operators License 1
Leaving Scene of Accident 1
ure to Control Motor Vehicle 1 1
lure to Yield 1 1
Failure to Use Vigilance in Backing 1
Squealing Tires 1
Driving an unsafe vehicle 1
Improper Plates
2
ppen Container
1
No M/C endorsement
1
Disturbing the Peace
1
Petty Theft
1
Criminal Trespass
2 Total Violations 1
July 1983 June 1983 July 1982
ing Bad Checks 1
rderly Conduct: Intoxication 1
Assaul t 1
1
r-·
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Pumped
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
Misc. Customer Service Requests
Remotes or Meters Replaced
Remotes or Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired
Water Taps
Police Telephone Calls
Police Radio Calls
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
July 1983
27,206,000
878,000
0
612
1,665
June 1983
25,362,000
J. R. Mason, Inc.,started Plant Renovations.
Flocculators and settling tanks cleaned by Utility Operators.
845,000
8
429
1,558
July 1982
28,666,000
924,000
0
426
1,413
MANAGER' S REPORT
10 11 0
0 0 5
1 0 0
19 14 11
0 0 2
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
July 1983 June 1983 July 1982
12,400,000 (Est.) 12,000,000 (Est.)13,500,000
400,000 (Est.)
600'
5. 17"
400,000 (Est.)
900'
3. 35"
435,000
800'
2.1"
3 0 1
2 3 3
Manager' s Report
Page' III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Slgns Replaced
SSttrreeeettsMaintenance (Cold MixT-ons) 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)
1fare (Hours)
rall Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
Special Interest Items
Jul 1983
unt Manhours
3
18
0
5
1-Garaae
5
0
0
0
0
2.5
178
310
68
61
104
20
120
238
320
6
80
11
0
22
3
17
6
2
0
0
14
June 1983
unt Manhours
1-House
4
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
2
0
11
60
40
598
282
27
69
24.5
1
0
4
80
July 1982
Amount Manhour
1-3/unit apt.
1
0
1
0
A
15 lit-
48 0 104
38 94
2 12
36 134
8 32
0 0
0 0
0 0
15 97
0 118
0 0 102
0 0 68
0 0 140
3 2 4
0 0 40
MOM· July 1983
ACTI VITIES
g Ticketj
Tkiffic Citations
Iu#dic Stops
Tradk<c, Dibection
Vehide Check
House Checks
SU61046<o-ug Pe,uonp
Eme44. 8 FO, le 6*6.66.t)
OtheA Dept. A888£4
Impound6 6 Towing
Foot Pol0t1*4
Undecuted Buildings
Motoubt A66,66,t8
Pattot Time{Ho u.u )
OMPLAINT ACTI VITIES
nju/Ly Accident8
N'on-Injuby Accident6
Invatiqation6 :
j CompU£n(ts
IIE Od dens ed
©4.ts-:.
Fetonu
MUdemeanor
ChaA-qe6 F.teed:
Fe. tonu
M£ 8 demeanor
47
68
23
643
9
19
10
1
297
36
26
335
PMLNISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES
AdminS. /peciat Deta6, 6 580
Services :
MaLE
Hand Detiveked Mai£
FuneAa£EsC048 £
Bank EJ cotts
EHICLE MILEAGE:
Uc,TILIZED:
82 Dodge
C Vehic.Ee j
16
43
1
8
0
10
80
7
9
2 11
83 Chevrolet
C VehideJ
553.5 G820vu
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Month0£Manager'R* epo4t***
Month: June 1983
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Pah,king Ticketj
Tbad likc Cita,tion6
Tu6ic Stops
Tha66c£Direction
Vehicge Chee/ u
Hou,8 e Check,8
SusC)io*LU Persons
Emekq. 6 Fire A66«68£ 6
Other Devt. Assats
Impound6 6 Towing
Toot Pablo6 £
Unj ecited Buildings
Motout A,88,66·t8
Patut Time C Hotvu )
COMPLAINT ACTI VITIES
Iniubu Accident8
Non-Inju,44 Ace£ dents
Inve* tivatkons :
Comptaintj
OAAense*
A,vte,6 4 :
Felony
M.66 demeanor
ChaA-qu FUed:
Fetonq
M6£demeanor
ADMINISTRATIVE ACTI VITIES
Admin.S p/ eclat Detaits
Se* vice,6:
Mate
Hand DeU, vete/d Ma6, 6
Fune,ta£E3 co/ Lt8
Bank Ed cokij
46,889
Gdometek)
5,295
Odometer)
608
33
17
7
226
27
29
358
29
652
18
66
8
37
45
62
88
Month: July 1982
PATROL ACTI VITIES
Parking Ticke8£
Tba66c£Cttationd
1a-*66C£Stop*
Tba66£c Direction
Vehicte Checks
House Chedu
Suspicious Pe/ Wons
Emerg. 6 Fire A684«8£8
Other Deot. Ass«4£13
Impounds 6 Towinq
Foot Path-0£ 4
11*6 ectaed Build14#3
Motohidt A68.68td,
Pa,t40£Time C Hou/u )
COMPLAINT ACTI VITIES
Iniurq Accidentj
NonI-n iuA4. Acciden6£
Inve,6.t£qauon.6 :
Comptaint6
O A Ken.6 es
AA,te,6 6 :
Fekong
Mi6 demeanor
Chabges Fkeed:
Fejtonu
Mi demeanok
ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES
AdminS.p/ecia£veta,8££,
SeL/ VC£e6. :
Mai£
Hand De, Uvered Mait
Funec/al E6cott6
Bank Escobtl
1165
Alde.8 J
858
Mitej J
Ch.64 4 Potice
33
687
25
23
15
4
7
0 1
4
3
48
7
4
2 4
4
17
57
4
1
FUND /////
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
SEWER
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
FEDERAL SEWER GRANT
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
Certificates of Deposit
General Fund
Water
Sewer
Equipment Reserve
TOTAL
BALANCE 6/ 30/ 83
329,301.54
7,259.36
515.09
30,088.51
15,106.30
38,677.52
7,440.61
9,474.67
15,508.52
95,730.00
0-
108,000.00
657,102.12
6/30/ 83
210,000
30,000
40,000
66,960
346,960
TS
70,188.63
3,249.84
263.50
38,508.44
0-
17,472.85
0-
9,113.00
1,700.00
0-
0-
0-
140,496.26
Shirley Robertson
Finance Director
DISBURSEMENTS
57,586.33
3,075.93
209.60
31,672.18
0-
7,938.46
2,499.00
2,543.92
0-
0-
0-
0-
105,525.42
BALANCE7
341,903.84
7,433.27
568.99
36,924.77
15,106.30
48,211.91
4,941.61
16,043.75
17,208.52
95,730.00
0-
108,000.00
692,072.96
Certificates of Deposit 7/ 31/ 83
General
Water
Sewer
Equipment Reserve
TOTAL
210,000
30,000
40,000
93,730
375,730
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Council Minutes August 3, 1983

REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
AUGUST 3, 1983
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 Harriott
Councilmember Bartlett
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Miller moved to excuse absentee member Avery. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held at this time for Ordinance No. 21-83 -An Ordinance
To Amend Ordinance No. 40-82 And Appropriate Funds For Capital Expenditures In
The General Fund.
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 21-83. Public hearing
closed at 7: 32 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
July 20, 1983 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Harriott moved to approve
the minutes as submitted. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion
carried.
July 27, 1983 -Council Worksession -Councilmember Miller moved to approve the
minutes. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Ray Titley
L. E. Wolfe
B. E. Mason
Cindy Howes, WHTH
Mr. Ray Titley, and Mr. L. Eugene Wolfe, residents of Briarwood Drive, appear- ed this evening to discuss with Council the poor condition of their road and
to request that improvemehts be made.
Manager Plunkett took over the discussion at this point and explained to
members that Village records show that Briarwood property owners were assessed
for road improvements in 1968, therefore cannot be assessed again. Prior to
this knowledge, street improvement bids were awarded which includes chip sealing
for Briarwood Drive. Mr. Plunkett said in light of this information, chip seal- ing would further deteriorate the road.
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Manager Plunkett said street improvement monies are already committed for
1983, and the Village can not afford to blacktop Briarwood this year.
During a lengthy discussion, Mr. Titley and Mr. Wolfe voiced a willingness
to wait until next year if the Village would assure them of a substantial road
improvement for Briarwood along with some patching this year to hold through
the winter.
It was the consensus of Council that study on this matter is warranted and
promised to take action on this matter as soon as possible.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Utilities Committee -W (astewater Facility)
Mike Atherine, Engineer for the firm L. H. Poggemeyer, Inc.,appeared this
evening to review with members the final set of drawings for the Village' s new wastewater facility.
Mr. Atherine went over each detail of the new facility and stated that the plant would take care of the Village' s needs for the next 20 years,and; expand- able for the next 40 years.
Plans are to walk through the proposed plans with EPA officials within the next two weeks. If any problems with the design of the plant are found, the plans will be amended prior to EPA submittal for approval . Mr. Atherine ended
his presentation and a question and answer discussion followed.
During discussion, Councilmember Schnaidt voiced a concern with the design of the gabled roof for the facility. Mr. Schnaidt felt that the roof should rhoavoef.an overhang, pointing out all the problems with the Village Hall gabled
Mr. Atherine responded, and said there would be no problem changing the design of the roof for the proposed facility, the design was picked only because
it architecturally matched other municipal buildings in the Village. It was the consensus of Council to request the firm of L. H. Poggemeyer, to provide an overhang roof for the proposed wastewater facility, citing that it would be functionally more appropriate. Mr. Atherine noted the request. withCoEuPnAc.il thanked Mr. Atherine for his presentation and wished him good luck
Recreation Commission -Councilmember Bartlett reported on the Recreation Commission meeting held Tuesday, August 2nd.
One highlight of the meeting was forming a Committee to look into the goals othfethdeirGecratonvr il(le Recreation Commission and to update the job description for s).
Opera House Park Improvement Committee -Vice Mayor Davison reported that the Tsiodwenwsahlikp Tthrruosuteghes verbally committed 5$,000, for the park, designated for a the park.
Manager Plunkett mentioned that he received a letter from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources congratulating the Village on being selected to receive Th5e,000 PlantingL/andscaping Grant. A Procedural Guide will be forthcoming. money is earmarked for the Opera House Park. 1
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August 3, 1983
Page 3 of 3
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 21-83, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 40-82 And Appropriate Funds For Capital Expenditures In The General Fund", was moved for adoption by
Councilmember Bartlett. Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Roll call
vote: Bartlett-yes, Harriott-yes, Schnaidt- yes, Miller- Gallant- yes, Davisony-es, yes, Avery-absent. Six yes votes and one absent. Ordinance No. 21-83
duly adopted.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 22-83, A"n Ordinance Establishing The Minimum Regulations Cover- ing The Safeguarding Of Life And Property From The Hazards Of Fire And Explosion
Arising From The Storage, Handling And Use Of Hazardous Substances, Materials And Devices, And From Conditions Hazardous To Life Or Property In The Use Or Occupancy Of Building Or Premises, Known As The Fire Prevention Code"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilemmber Schnaidt. A public hearing was set for August 17, 1983, at 7: 30 p.m.,for citizens to express their opinions on this ordinance.
Resolution No. 83-30, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Pro- posals For Insurance Coverage For The Village"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 83-30. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. Resolution No. 83-30 duly passed.
Manager Plunkett mentioned that work is underway on Wel sh Hills Road. Mr. Price will be repaving the entire road width from approximately even with Ms. Northrop' s house to the water line crossover.
bridTghee .County will be rechanneling Clear Run on the north side of Welsh Hills
With no further business to discuss, Councilmember Miller moved for adjournment, seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8:14 p.m..
Attes t:
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May@j ( (
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Council Minutes July 20, 1983

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JULY 20, 1983
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 Avery
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Manager
Councilmember Schnaidt moved to excuse Law Director Drake.
Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
Bartlett
Davison
Gallant
Plunkett
Motion seconded by
PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held at this time for Ordinance No. 20-83, "An Ordinance
To Amdnd Ordinance No. 40-82,A\Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1983 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses",
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 20-83. Public hearing closed at 7: 32 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
July 6, 1983 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember the minutes Harriott moved to approve carried. as corrected. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
John A. Lieberth B. E. Mason
Mr. John Lieberth, 232 Dorrence Road, appeared this evening to express his con- cerns with regards to the condition of Welsh Hills Road and the structural safety of the Welsh Hills Bridge.
In response to Mr. Lieberth' s expressed concerns, Manager Plunkett stated that work would begin on Welsh Hills Road tomorrow. Continuing, Mr. Plunkett said that Mr. Price, Developer of the Hilengreen Subdivision, has agreed to complete all the items on the final punch 11 St prepared by the Village' seng-ineer- ing firm, C. F.Brid &R.J.Bull, Ltd.. One of the items on the list is the re- tshuerfa1c2in"gwaotefrWelsh Hills Road from Granger Street, N.E.,beyond the location of main.
With regards to the structural safety of the bridge, Manager Plunkett said tthhee bCroidungtey Engineer' s office has inspected the bridge, and assured him that is safe.
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July 20, 1983
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Following a brief discussion, the Manager was directed to prepare a memorandum
for the record of the County Engineer' s inspection of the Welsh Hills
bridge.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of June 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 June was presented. Manager Plunkett reviewed
the report with members of Council and a brief discussion followed.
Councilmember Miller moved to approve the Manager' s Report. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried. A copy of that report is hereby
attached as part of these minutes.
Manager Plunkett announced to members that representatives from L. H. Poggemeyer,
P.E.,Inc.,will be attending the next meeting. They plan to go over the final
set of drawings of the new Wastewater Facility with members before submitting
to EPA officials. They then propose to walk through the plans with EPA officials,
affected personnel, and. Mr. Plunkett. Members of Council are invited to participate
in the walk through. A date has not been set at this time.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Granville Recreation Commission -Councilmember Bartlett reported on the Com- mission meeting held last Tuesday. At that meeting, members went over the budget, and; the new problem of storing the baseball equipment, now that the
Recreation Commission is responsible for the Baseball Leagues: T-Ball, Little League, and three teams for the Babe Ruth League.
Granville Development Commission -Councilmember Avery reported on the Commission
meeting held Thursday, July 14th. At that meeting approvals were given on two architectural review requests: a back porch and a carport addition. Mr. Avery said the Pilgrim Luthern Church submitted their Phase II application to construct a new church on the corner of West Broadway and Cherry Street. The plan received unanimous approval.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 20-83, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 40-82, Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1983 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses"w,as moved for passage by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Roll call vote: Bartletty-es, Harriotty-es, Averyy-es, Millery-es, Schnaidty-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. Seven yes votes. Ordinance No. 20-83 duly adopted.
Mayor Gallant at this time read a letter he received from Pat Thomas offering the services of the DenisonG/ ranville Peace Fellowship in regards to being coordinator for the annual Memorial Day Observance.. a tacted Mr. Robert Mr. Gallant said he con- Mathias, Commander of the American Legion/ Granville Post #398,
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Village of Granville
July 20, 1983
Page 3 of 4
to confirm with him that the Granville Post would not want the sole responsibility
of sponsoring the Memorial Day Services as Mrs. Sipe reported in May.
Mr. Mathias felt the Granville Post would want to continue with coordinating
the program.
Following a brief discussion, Manager Plunkett was directed to acknowledge
Ms. Thomas' s letter, and suggest that she contact Mr. Mathias to coordinante
the Fellowship' s efforts. A copy of Ms. Thomas' s letter is hereby attached.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 21-83, " An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 40-82 And Appropriate
Funds For Capital Expenditures In The General Fund", was introduced and title
read in its entirety by Councilmember Avery. A public hearing was set for
August 3, 1983, at 7: 30 p.m.,for citizens to express their opinions on this
ordinance.
Resolution No. 83-28, "To Award The Bids For Rotomilling And Repaving Of
Streets", was introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of Resolution No. 83-28. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. Resolution No. 83-28 duly passed.
Resolution No. 83-29, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Bids
For The Reconstruction Of Sidewalks Throughout The Village", was introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller.
Councilmember Miller moved for passage of Resolution No. 83-29. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried. Resolution No. 83-29 duly passed.
C2/C2X -Liquor License Transfer Request -Notice was received from the Ohio
Department of Liquor Control of a request for a C27C2X license transfer from
Phillip &Sandra Blackstone to Guilbert &Allene Blackstone. The application
requests that Village Council return the notice with one of the following
actions: Objects To This Application And Requests Objecti A Hearing; Does Not Object; To This Application But Does Not Request A Hearing.
Following a brief discussion, Councilmember Harriott moved that the Village Clerk be directed to answer the Ohio Department of Liquor Contol' s notice as follows: That The Village Council "Does Not Object"t,o the application of transfer from.Phillip &Sandra Blackstone to Guilbert &Allene Blackstone of the C2C/2X License. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried. A copy of this notice is hereby attached.
Manager Plunkett dsked members of Council their feelings on the letter from the Granville Merchants Association requesting that Council act on an ordinance that would address the problem of pet waste on the downtown streets and sidewalks. Following a lengthy discussion, it was the consensus of Council that per- haps the Village should make a public plea in the newspaper for dog owners to curb their dogs. If this plea does not produce results, then they would con- sider an ordinance to address the problem.
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July 20, 1983
Page 4 of 4
Manager Plunkett asked members if they had objections to the request submitted
by Debbie McPeek to use Petunia Park for a square dance in September.
Following a brief discussion, Councilmember Schnaidt moved thdt Council had
no objections to the Manager allowing a Square Dance in Petunia Park for this
September. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. A copy
of Mrs. McPeek' s request is hereby attached.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Council Worksession -July 27, 1983 -7: 30 P.M.. Re: BeechwoodT/hornewood
With no further business to discuss, a motion to adjourn was made by Councilmember
Miller and seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 23 p.m..
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0737457
PERMANENT NUMBER TYPE
101011821 1 1
ISSUE DATE FILING DATE
PERMIT CLASSES
45 022
TAX ISTRICT RECEIPT NO
DBA BLACKSONES BUTCHER BLK
126 E BROADWAY 1ST FL &BASEMENTGROCERY
GRANVILLE OHIO 43023
QUOTA STATUS
WET
SUBDIVISION
POLITICAL
POPULATION RATIO A OR REG PER PER. Appl
POPULATION
DRY QUOTA ISSUED
INCREASE
OPEN. POSITION DATE
NEEDED
OBJECTS TO THIS APPLICATION AND REQUESTS A HEARING
WE REQUEST THE HEARING BE HELD IN COLUMBilf
WE REQUEST THE HEARING TO BE HELD IN THE COUNTY SEAT OF THE COUNTY
IN WHICH THE PERMIT PREMISES IS TO BE LOCATED.
DOES NOT OBJECT X
OBJECTS TO THIS APPLICATION BUT WE DO NOT REQUEST A HEARING.
ANY OBJECTIONS MAY BE SENT TO THE DEPARTMENT THAT YOU THINK MIGHT HELP US TO DETERMINE THE PROPER PROCESSING OF THIS APPLICATION.
GRANVILLE MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION
GRANVILLE, OHIO 43023
July 14, 1983
Mayor Thomas F. Gallant
Members of the Village Council
Dear Friends,
The Merchants Association would like- to request that Council
consider and act upon, in a timely manner, an ordinancethat will
address the problem)of pet waste on our downtown streets.
As merchants we have seen in recent months an increase in
this particular problem that will clearly lead to health and
social problems, in addition to creating an environment
unpleasent for all of our citizens who use the downtown.
Thank you for your prompt consideration of this matter.
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GRANVILLE MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION
GRANVILLE, OHIO 43023
Mayor Thomas F. Gallant
Granville Village Hall
South Main Street
Granville, Ohio 43023
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PAUL A. GOUDY
Executive Director
Robort N. Prnke
Attornev-at-Law
Reese, MaNonny, Pyle &
C. 36 North opcond St.
Newark, Ohio 43055
The Robbins Hunter Museum
Two Twenty One East Broadway
Post Office Box 183
Granville. Ohio 43023
Telephone: 614/587-0430
Drake
June 13, 19 23
As the chairman of tho Granville Merchants Association' s
Committee pincerned with downtown appearance und health matters
I have boon asked to write you in your unparitv ns villarc solicitor
on the Collowing matter.
An vou wi 11 recall we clise ussed some 1.]me ago the sfrowine
problem of bot waste on downtown streets und grass strips. Wo now
feel 1i,n}t, this problem has Frown into n serious enough matter to
warrant some official attention from council in ordinance form.
What we Dronose is n village ordinance with an effective
operatinr area that includes only the central business district and
not residential. areas, and that requires pol owners to control their
pets on public streets, sidewalks, and grann strips. The Dot owners
should he required to clean up the waste immediately and the ordinance
should provide for a fine 17 a violation ocours.
We would appreciate your kind atten, ion concerning this matter
with tho hope thal, such an ordinance could be hefore council in
July.
C.C. Lori Bement
VD. PLunkett
Cordially yours,
Paul A. Goudy
9,
June 16, 1983
Mr. Paul A. Goudy
The Robbins Hunter Museum
Two Twenty- One East Broadway
P. 0. Box 183
Granville, Ohio 43023- 0514
Dear Paul:
Thank you for your letter of June 13th concerning the problem of pet
waste in the downtown area. I will bring your concern to the attention
of the village council. You should understand, though, that the
initiative for the creation of legislation must come from the council
members, and that I am not in a position to initiate legislation. I
might suggest to you that you ando/r other members of the Merchant' s
Association might want to come to a council meeting to bring this problem
directly to their attention.
RNEm/
CC: Douglas Plunkett
Very truly yours,
Robert N. Drake, Law Director
Village of Granville
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ORDINANCE NO. 71-128
BY MR. FROLKING
A. 0
GENERAL OFFENSES CODE
Amending Section 701«02
Amending Section 701.02 of the General Codified Offenses Code of the Ordinances of the City of Shaker Heights relative to animals .
State Be it ordained by the Council of the City of Shaker Heights, of Ohio.
Section 1. Section 701.02 of the General Offenses Code of the rCeoaddifiaesdfoOlrlodiwnasn:ces of the City of Shaker Heights is hereby amended to
701.02 NUISANCE.
a) Any animal which, by barking, biting, howling or in any way or manner injures or disturbs the quiet of any person, or which destroys or damages any lawns tree, shrub, plant, building or other public or private property, other than the property· of the owner or person in charge or con- trol of such anima19 by scratching, digging, running,· . defecating, urinating or otherwise, is hereby declared to, be a nuisance. No person being the owner or in charge or control of any animal shall permit such animal to be or create a nuisance as herein defined.
b) No person, being the owner or in charge or con- trol of any dog shall allow or permit such dog to commit
dog3 without the permission of the owner of said property.
a nuisance on any school grounds, City park or other public property or upon any private property other than tfiat of the owner-or person in charge or control of such
The resttiction in this section bhall not be applicable to public property where the owder or person in charge or control of such dog immediately removes all feces deposited by such dog and disposes of samd in a sanitary manner. "
Section 2. Section 701.02 of thb General Offenses Code of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Shaker Heights as heretofore in effect is hereby repealed.
Section 3. This ordinance is declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health or safety for the reason that it is necessary in the current operation- of the Health, Service and Police Departments, and this aonrddinaapnpcreovsalhall, therefores take effect immediately upon its enactment by the Mayor.
Enacted
Attest:
November 22
Approved this 23rd
ROBERT C. BETH
Clerk of Council
1971.
day of November
PAUL K..JONES
Mayor ·
1971.
ALLN*u ur URIJANd+ivLDS
Nhtional Graphics Corp..Cols.0. . 3,1*39, Form No. 2806-A
Ordinance .No 805-2 Passed October-7- ,..... 1 9 .8 0 -.-
EffeLE. Nov. 6, 1930
AN. ORDINANCE VOIDING ANIMAL EXCREMENT
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF PICKERINGTON, A MAJORITY OF ITS MEMBERS CONCURRING:
SECTION I . No ownek, keeper or pe6o*n in charge 06 ang animal sha££ pebmit Auch anima£ a£ow£ok to void urine 04 exckement on any pubtic ok pkivate pkopebtg othek than the pbope44 00 the owne,t, keepek ok puuon in charge 06 Auch animal, except that animals mag be a£ow£ed
ok pe, unitted to void u,tine ok exckement between the CUAb$0 6 pubtle 4tteetd, 04 a£40£and on vacant, unoccupied and unused
pubtic ok pkivate Land, provided the owner 06 uch unwed pubtic
and doe«6 not pubi£ca*nd pkominentq£post notice thekeon that 4uch act*ake pkohibited.
SECTION 11. .No ownek/:e,epek ob pe6o*n in chakge 06 ang animal shall 6ail to
pick up and propet,ky dispo4e 06 ang 6ecal mattek e£lit bg h.68 animat on ang pubtic 04 phivate phope,tty.
SECTION III.Whoevek viotates th,68 section ·66 gui£4/06 a minok m£ 3demeanok.
Matiok /
ATTEST: 2- 14_2n4//4'-i&01- 541/2* Ciexk-Tkea«8uket
Appboved ah to Bobm: Pon S. McAu6£A£eV,U.. .gage Soticitok
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TO: Rick Bline
From: Douglas E. Plunkett
Date: July 22, 1983
At the Village Council' s July 20th meeting, the letter Council was presented with a from the Granville Merchants Association requesting the passage of a Pooper Scooper" ordinance. The merchants are upset with dogs in the area who continuously foul their lawns, and sidewalks.
The Merchants feel that something must be done to eliminate this unsightly and unsafe addition to their carefully maintained and manicured storefronts and/ or grounds.
Council, while sympathetic with the Merchants , felt that perhaps a public request to dog owners to curb their dogs might be a better, more effective start at solving the problem. If a public plea to "curb your dog" doesn' t work, then it may be time to create an ordinance requiring such.
RICHARD J. BULL, P.E.,P.S.,
Chairman
JERRY L.TURNER, P.E,
Vice-Chairman
CHARLES J. COGHLAN, P.E.,
Secy.Treas.
HARLES F. BIRD, Chairman Emeritus
Mr. Douglas Plunkett
Village Manager
Village of Granville
118 South Main Street
Granville, Ohio 43023
Dear Mr. Plunkett:
C. F.BIRD &R. J. BULL, LTD.
CONSULTING ENGINEERSS U-RVEYORS
6113 LINWORTH ROAD
WORTHINGTON, OHIO 43085
PHONE 614-885-4026
ASSOCIATES
DAVID M. BRAY, P.E.
TED. L. ROBINSON, P.S.
J. FRED WICKER, P.S.
June 27, 1983
Re: Hilengreen Subdivision
Pursuant to a site inspection of above referenced project, by this
firm and as requested by Mr. Gary Price, Developer, following is the
final punch list of items to be completed by the Contractor before
acceptance by the Village:
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1. Remove and replace damaged chain-link fence along Welsh Hills
Road at Bradley property.
2. Regrade R-0-W along Welsh Hills Road at Bradley property and
remove excess dirt from around fence.
3. Replace guard rail in front of lift station.
4. Seal around new sewer inlet at lift station.
5. Remove debris from bottom of lift station.
6. Replace asphalt curb in front of lift station (Approx. 25')
7. Replace traffic control sign at intersection of Welsh Hills
Road and Granger Street.
8. Place permanent pavement sections in all excavated areas of
existing pavement on Welsh Hills Road.
9. Excavate and place permanent pavement section in areas marked in
existing pavement on Welsh Hills Road which were damaged during construction.
Due to extreme surface damage of existing pavement, resurface
Welsh Hills Road from Granger NE to past location of 12 "water main (1 1/2" minimum) .
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Mr. Dougl
Village o
June 27,
Page 2
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
as Plunkett
f Granville
1983
Complete restoration of all four (4) banks at wing walls of
bridge.
Note: Contact County officials for reconstruction of
wing walls. Notify this office on timetable
for completion of said work.
Remove debris and dirt from under bridge opening.
Rework creek channel along Northrup property.
Uncover and extend storm sewer (Approx. 15")past MH at south
west corner of bridge.
Complete MH at Northrup property. Plug damaged joints around
perimeter.
Reconstruct drainage ditch along north side of Welsh Hills
Road from creek north- east to end of construction limits at
Nichols property.
Remove excess dirt from south side of Welsh Hills Road and
prepare surface for sidewalk.
Construct sidewalk per plans and agreement.
Complete trimming and dressing of all trees, shrubs, damaged
during construction along Welsh Hills Road.
Finish grading and seeding of all distrubed areas in right-of-way
or easements as a result of construction for entire project.
Test sewer along Welsh Hills Road from lift station east to
entrance of subdivision.
Test Sewer to Condo Units.
Complete concrete entrance drive to Condo units.
Remove debris and dirt from curb and gutter.
Complete MH to Condo units.
Submit drawings for water booster station.
Low area has developed in gutter on north side of new pavement at first inlet, raise.
Rip-rap at all storm sewer outlets.
29. Flush all storm and sanitary lines and remove debris.
28.
30.
31.
Mr. Douglas Plunkett
Village of Granville
June 27, 1983
Page 2
32.
35.
33.
34.
36.
Complete inverts in MH' s Nos. 2, 4 and 6.
A copy of all off-site easements (signed and recorded) submitted
to Village for file.
Submit to Village, signed agreement document, for renovations
to existing lift station (when required) per previous agreement.
Submit "As-Built" drawings for entire project.
Notify Village of Granville (Blackstone) one (1) day in advance
before commencing work.
Developer will be responsible for repairs for a one year period
from date of final acceptance.
It is recommended that all work be completed before September 1,
1983.
If there are questions on the above listed items, please do not
hesitate to contact this office.
JT: ao
Very truly yours,
C. F. Bird &R. J. Bull, Ltd.
n
Clow Juxu*h 1 Jery Tu#ner, P.E.
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Mr. Doug Plunkett
Village Manager
Granville, Ohio 43023
Dear Doug:
P.O. Box 185
Granville, Ohio 43023
July 13, 1983
On behalf of the children of Kenneth and Catherine Welsh, I am writing to request the use of Petunia Park (the east half behind September. the fire department) on Friday, 2, 1983 from 6:30 to 11:30 PM for a square dance dn honor of the Welsh's 50th wedding anniversary. This will be somewhat of a surprise celebration in that there will be an open invitation extended to the Granville Community (by
way of the local papers) to attend a reception at the Methodist Church. From dthaenrcee.people will be directed to Petunia Park (if use is granted) and the square
The Welsh children plan to have relishes, cheese and crackers, cake and nona-lcholic beverages catered by a local grocery and served by the G.U.F.D. Ladies Auxillary. A copy of the letter to the fire department is attached to confirm their partici- pation in the event. The fire department has agreed to having the square dance inthe fire house should it rain that evening. They have also agreed to providing the necessary tables for serving, some chairs and trash containers. Rod and I also have 40 chairs which we will take up. At the moment the family is expecting approximately 100 people.
In lieu of gifts the Welsh's are going to request donations be made to the G.V.F.D. since Kenneth was a longti-me member of that organization.
Would you please let me know as soon as possible if the use of Petunia Park is possible for this celebration? Thanks very much.
Sincerely,
88g 01ul-LU
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Lee Larson
1625 Hanklnson Road
Granville, Ohio 43023
Dear Lee:
3072 Markle Drive
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44224
July 6, 1983
After talking holiday, with Ken Dixon and Jan Packard in -Granville over the July 4th we found out that you folks are counting on having the Welsh Anniver- tsaalrkyedpawrtiythin the area of the Fire Department on September 2, 1983. We also your wife last evening by phone.
aWte are delighted and we accept Consequently, we are cancelling our reservation The Granville Inn which we had mentioned in our June 17th letter.
Debby McPeek is checking with the Village to see if we 'can use Petunia Park. We will ask her to let Ken Dixon and Jim Dumbauld know about those arrangements.
If weather permits we would like to have the party in Petunla Park. If the wtoeather is cold or ralny, or if Petunia Park is not available, we would like use the firehouse.
tWheestill want to have the story told about the hose that Dutch picked up off road as the firemen went to the fire in Croton.
We would like to use 2 10' tables and 2 1' tables, covered with white paper, ysoomuer a24ddfoitilodninagl clihgahitrisnganwd i2ll -3 trash containers. If we are in Petunia Park be necessary.
Thank you for all your help and interest in this project.
Yours truly,
4Ul-/
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GRANVILLE MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION
GRANVILLE, OHIO 43023
July 14, 1983
Mayor Thomas F. Gallant
Members of the Village Council
Dear Friends,
The Merchants Association would like' to request that Council
consider and act upon, in a timely manner, an ordinancethat will
address the problenlof pet waste on our downtown streets.
As merchants we have seen in Fecent months an increase in
this particular problem that wil·l clearly lead to health and
social problems, in addition to creating an environment
unpleasent for all of our citizens who use the downtown.
Thank you for your prompt consideration of this matter.
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MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
48
Balance of Bond Monies from previous month $468.00 Total Collected for present month 2059.00
nount paid to State (RRR &GRF) T-Z07.00--
unt paid in refunds or overpayments 473.00
unt paid into General Fund 1482. 00
lance bond monies remaining in account T-35530-
AMav 1983
75. 00
6379.00
684. 00
0-
5302,00
468 IDU
20
40.00
1724. 00
260.00
295.00
1169.00
40.00
lin p 1983 1, inp 1 QRP
rkinq Tickets Issued 33 40 41
tations: 48 Complaints: 0
StOD Sian 3
itoD Signal 2 4
SDeed 21 29
Imoroger Turn 3 3
Juvenile Court 12 1
Drivina Under Influence of Alcohol 4 5 1
Reckless Ooeration 1 1
Exoired Plates 1 2 2
Failure to Control 1
Failure to Yield 1
F-ilure to use vigilance when backing 1 1 1
ealing Tires 1
L, in Container 2
Failure to display proper plates 1 2
Liquor Consumption in Motor Vehicle 1
Disturbing Peace 1
Assault
1
Aggravated Menacing 1
No Operators License 1
Driving an unsafe Vehicle 1
Permitting persons to ride on the outside
of a moving vehicle 1
Total Violations 57
June 1983 May 1983 June 1982
1
NB„rake Lights 1
1
M/C endorsement 1
sification
1
Disorderly/ Intoxication 1
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Pumped
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
Misc. Customer Service Requests
Remotes or Meters Replaced
Remotes or Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired
Water Taps
Police Telephone Calls
Police Radio Calls
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
June 1983
25, 362, 000
845,non
R
11
0
429
1,558
May 1983
11+8Aa+ QQQ.
1, 027,000
0
6
1,690
June 1982
26*lzg* QQL
873,000
0
0
1,276
MANAGER' S REPORT
1
6 5
0 5 1
14 37 44
0 0 2
0 0 0
510 219
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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
June 1983
12.000.000 (est.)
400,000 (est.)
0
900 ft.
3.35 in.
May 1983
13,950,000 (est.)
450,000 (est.)
0
1, 500 ft.
35 in.
June 1982
14,218.000
474,000
0
0
500 ft.
2. 3 in.
3 0
Manager' s Report
Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance
Streets Swept (Hours) Inlets Cleaned
Inlets Repaired & Grass Adjusted 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)
elfare (Hours)
all Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
Special Interest Items
0
0
14
June 1983
Amount Manhours
1-House
60
40
598
282
0
112
Ma 1983
unt Manhours
00
0
0 80
0 80
0 281. 5
0 216
1-House
June 1982
unt
2. 8
0
0
0 8
0
0 2
0
0
0
0 219
0
4 7
0 7
0
1 0
0
1 0
1 0
3:Cune 1983
ATRCTI 1/ ITIES
Tidkets TUMM.c Cdation3
TUA Kic Stop3
taddic Dikedion
Ve-hicte Check*
House Check,6
Sus piciouj Pets O,16
Emetq. 6 FULe Assists
Other Dept. A666£ts
Impoundd, 6 Towing
Foot Pablot6,
Un,6 ecu/ ted BuktdinqJ
4ototibt A63,66£ 6
Patrot Time (Hou, u )
JMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
nju/ Ly Ace£dent3
n-InjuA#Ace,[ dent6
j ,v e.6.idqaton,6 :
CompE£nt6
0 *Ken6 e6
Fetonq
M.68 demeanok
ghaAle#s Filed:
Fetonu
Mademeano/ l
OMINISTRATI VE ACTIVITIES
Admin.S /peciat Detait
f e 'evice6 :
Vate
Hand Detivered Mai£
Furte/ u:LE EsCo* k6
3.ink Ed cottd,
EHICLE MILEAGE:
VIATILIZED:
82 Dodge
Vehicte)
37
45
62
88
29
652
18
33
17
7
226
27
29
358
83 Chevrolet
Vehicte)
66
8
580.6 Gatton.8
19
38
1
14
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Monthig Manager'*Repoit***
Month: May 1983
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Parking Ticketa
Tha6 6,£ C Cltati,0,16
TraAdic Stop*
Tra662.c Direction
Vehicte Checks
Hoube Checks
St.16, 10C£ioll6, Petson,6
Emerg. 6 Fi.ke A&31«6£8
Other Deot. A6364£6
Impound6 6 Towing
Foot Patro8£,
Uns e cLized Buitding3
Motobist A63.68£ 8
Pat40£Time (Hou,u )
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Iniur#Accidentd,
Non-Inju,44 Accidents
Investiqatdons:
Complaints
Odden,6
Aue.6 #:
Feiong
At£6demeanor
Chabqe Fited:
Feo£nq
MUdemeanor
ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES
Admin.S /peca£t Detait*
Service,6 :
Mad
Hand Detivered Mai£
Fune[C.LE Es CO44
Bank Es Cobia
43,724
domete41
4437
Odometer)
80
15
608
Y+
49
75
104
29
398
21
25
14
5
302
37
19
452
Month: June 1982
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Pabking Tickets
TUAdic Citation,8
Tbadc#Stops
Tba 66ic DDLection
Vehicle Chec/ u
Hou e Check:5
Susloiciouj Pe/uons
Eme.tg. 6 Fire A686££8
Other Deot. A66,686£
Impounds 6 Towinq
Foot Patbot- 6
Un6 ecu,ted Bultdinqs
Motot/ist A686£4
Patko£Time(Hou,u )
COMPLAINT ACTI VITIES
In i-ukq Accident8
5 Non-In iuku Accident&
Invejtigationd:
COmptaintd
O A dens 66
A/ Ule,8,6 :
Fetong
Misdemeanor
Chag*66 Filed:
Fetonu
M,66 demeanok
ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES
Admin.S /peciat Deta£6 £«
Se/ tvi.Ce.6:
Mate
Hand De«Uvered Mai£
Funebat E3 cott8
Bank EsC048£
3724
Mdes)
1279
CM.e£,6£J
LLL .A. Blp Chie 6 07 po,i£ce
41
18
31
511
11
11
23 -
1 1
4
4
51
11
4
7
2
578
17
57
4
F UND
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
SEWER
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
FEDERAL SEWER GRANT
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
BALANCE 5/31/ 83
393,337.35
5,591.06
437.80
40,317.16
15,106.30
37,915.98
7,440.61
19,303.54
18,544.39
96,540.00
0-
108,000.00
742,534.19
Certificates of Deposit 5/ 31/ 83
General Fund 210,000
Water 30,000
Sewer 40,000
Equipment Reserve 66,960
TOTAL 346,960
60,734.27
3,535.03
286.63
25,345.08
0-
6,977.32
0-
0-
221.39
0-
0-
0-
97,099.72
DISBURSEMENTS
124,770.08
1,866.73
209.34
35,573.73
0-
6,215.78
0-
9,828.87
3,257.26
810.00
0-
0-
182,531.79
BALANCE 6 f
329,301.54
7,259.36
515.09
30,088.51
15,106.31
38,677.52
7,440.61
9,474.67
15,508.52
95,730.00
0-
108,000.00
657,102.12
Certificates of Deposit 6/30/ 83
General
Water
Sewer
Equipment Reserve
TOTAL
Shirley Robertson
Finance Director
210,000
30,000
40,000
66,960
346,960
FUND
GENERAL
POLICE
STREET LIGHTING
COUNTY HEALTH
COMMUNITY SERVICES
STREET CONSTRUCTION
SIREET 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 ..
yATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
SEWER
7nd QUARTERAppropriated
Expens
39,101
3,450
0
1,940
0
24,428
1,900
0
26,596
2,900
2,854
3,055
8,719
0
0
0
0
0
1,715
5,725
500
106,432
0
23,006
36,055.13
3,484.72
2,267.48
2,043.96
0
25,539.30
1,400.00
478.80
23,747.03
2,976.07
2,439.92
2,830.51
3,347.52
0
312.09
5.11
0
92.23
1,417.50
6,122.90
618.56
72,605.16
0
17,201.40
YEAR TO DATE 1983
Appropriated
86,587
6,900
2,000
1,980
13,580
50,436
1,900
0
68,131
4,100
7,715
8,478
9,139
600
250
25
0
850
8,885
16,126
1,000
238,654
0
77,900
Expenses
76,676.11
7,156.29
2,267.48
2,103.90
13,580.00
48,580.32
1,400.00
681.90
49,075.75
3,782.67
4,955.49
5,794.66
3,467.52
0
312.09
5.11
0
92.23
8,205.16
15,138.87
1,296.15
188,918.81
0
73,903.60
CONENT
FUND
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
2nd
Appropriated
0
50,100 Yr.
3,259
QUARTER
Expenses
vigiwi... YEAR TO DATE 1983
Appropriated
0
12,696.92
3,553.52
15,000
50,100 Yr.
3,675
Expenses
14,993.41
17,043.00
3,763.52
Shirley Robertson
Finance Director
COENTS
1.
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Bid Opening: July 11, 1983 - 12: 00 Noon
COLD PLANING
Planing
BOCA, CONST., INC.
NORWALK, OHIO 13, 502. 25
CODY CONST.
RESURFACING
NEWARK ASPHALT
NEWARK, OHIO
10, 943. 00
42, 491. 15
Contractor
Keep Material
11, 296. 00
9, 001. 50
STREET COLD PLANING &RESURFACING BID TABULATION
1/6£9£ re E of Qj Ulne-LLLE
July 20, 1983
Ms. Patricia Thomas, Co-Chair
Denison/ Granville Peace Fellowship
746 Newark-Granville Road
Granville, Ohio 43023
Dear Pat:
118 SOUTH MAIN STREET
P.O. BOX 514
GRANVILLE, OHIO
43023- 0514
The Village Council received the Peace Fellowship' s gracious offer to assume responsibility for coordination of the Granville Memorial Day Observance. At the same time, a similar offer was received from the Granville American Legion Post.
The Village Council is grateful for all assistance in this annual tribute. Please contact Bob Mathias, the Granville American Legion Post Commander to coordinate your efforts.
Very truly yours,
C Douglas E. unke
Village Ma er
DEP: cm
PHONE 587-0707
100%Recycled Paper
FICE OF MANAGER
July 18, 1983
Mayor Tom Gallant
Village of Granville
Granville, OH 43023
Dear Tom:
At our last meeting of the DenisonG/ ranville Peace Fellowship
waessusmpeinngt quite a bit of time discussing the possibility of the responsibility for the coordination of the Granville Memorial Day Observance. In response to the article
in the Sentinnel, I am therefore formally offering the services foofr the DenisonG/ ranville Peace Fellowship as a coordinator that event.
Those of us who have participated in the observance in past years have been impressed with its tone. There is a great deal of enthusiasm for continuing this important community
aevlel ntthaint aitmanner befitting the occasion of Memorial Day and stands for.
I await your response.
Jincerely,
Patricia C. Thomas
Co-ChAir
DenisonG/ ranville Peace Fellowship 746 Newark Rd
Granville, OH 43023

Council Minutes July 6, 1983

REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JULY 6, 1983
CALL iO 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 Avery
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Manager
Davison
Gallant
Plunkett
Councilmember Avery moved to excuse absentee members Miller and Schnaidt, and;
Law Director Drake. Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARINGS
The following public hearings were held this evening:
Proposed 1984 County Tax Budget
No one appeared to speak for or against the proposed Public 1984 County Tax Budget. hearing closed at 7:32 p.m.w, ith action held for Old Business, p(lease see Resolution No. 83-27).
Revenue Sharing Planned Uses -Entitlement Period 15
No one appeared this evening to make oral requests for Revenue Sharing Funds/ Entitlement Period 15. Written requests were submitted to the Village Manager from the Granville Recreation Commission: 3$,000, and an additional $1,500 for improvements to Wildwood Park, and; from the Granville Fellowship: a total amount of $3,900 to cover rent at the Sinnett House 1$,800, and $2,100 for the utilities. No other written requests were submitted. Public hearing closed at 7: 34 p.m..
Ordinance No. 188- 3 -An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 408-2 And Appropri- aFtuendF. unds For Capital Expenditures In The Waste Water Capital Improvements
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 188-3. Public hearing closed at 7: 36 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
Ordinance No. 198- 3 -An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 408-2 And Appropri- ate Funds For Capital Expenditures In The General Fund.
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 198-3. Public hearing closed at 7:38 p.m.,with action held for Old Business. 1
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July 6, 1983
Page 2'of 4
MINUTES
June 15, 1983 -Regular Council Meeting -Vice Mayor Davison moved to the approve minutes as corrected. Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Motion
carried.
June 22, 1983 -Special Council Meeting -Councilmember Avery moved to approve the minutes as submitted. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried.
June 22, 1983 -Council Worksession -Councilmember Harriott moved to approve the minutes as submitted.- Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Barbara Marshall
Elaine Mounsey
George Williamson
Fred Knapp
David 0. Woodyard
Alan Gibbons
Julie Galambush
Mr. David 0. Woodyard, 543 Mt. Parnassus, appeared this evening to thank Council and employees for the quality of support given to the DenisonG/ ranville Peace Fellowship in their efforts to prepare an initative petition calling for an end to the: nuclear arms race. Mr. Woodyard stated further that several members of Council voiced their support of an initative petition to place the issue on the November ballot. Mr. Woodyard had the petition in hand and commented that he' d be pleased if anyone would like to sign now. Ms. Bartlett stepped up and signed the petition as well as Mr. Avery. Mr. Woodyard said the group would be seeking signatures for approximately one month to obtain the needed 15%of the voting residents.
No other citizens comments were made at this time.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Opera House Park Improvement Committee -Vice Mayor Davison reported that the 61;46-.grading and seeding would 4egj,n. immd»iatelv. Also, anotherd_onation has been
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Manager Plunkett stated that Mr. Chambers requested permission to remove the grassed area between the sidewalk and street along the S. Main Street area, to the side of the future park, to allow for better maintenance. No objections were made on the request.
Streets &Sidewalks Committee -Mayor Gallant stated that no further contact has been made with the residents of Beechwood and Thornewood Drives. Chair- omnanthHisarrmioattttehra.s requested that a worksession be scheduled in the near future
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July 6, 1983
Page 3'of 4
Manager Plunkett reported that he delivered the final punch list to Mr. Price
on items to be completed by him with regards to the Hilengreen project. He
said Mr. Price indicated a willingness to comply with most of the items on
the list but would refuse to repave Welsh Hills Road. Mr. Plunkett stated
that he only wants the road to be restored to its original condition before
Mr. Price began construction of Hilengreen Subdivision, and hoped that he
had Council' s support on the matter.
Mr. Plunkett also mentioned that he is meeting with the County Engineer to check out the structure of the bridge on Welsh Hills Road.
OLD BUSINESS
Resolution No. 83-27, "A Resolution To Adopt The 1984 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 Vice Mayor Davison.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 83-27. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried. Resolution duly No. 83-27 passed.
Ordinance No. 18-83, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 408-2 And Appropri- ate Funds For Capital Expenditures In The Waste Water Capital Improvements Fund"w,as moved for adoption by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Roll call vote: Davison- yes, Bartlett-yes, Harriottyes,
Averyy-es, Gallanty-es, Schnaidta- bsent, Millera-bsent. Five yes votes and two members absent. Ordinance No. 18-83 duly passed.
Ordinance No. 19-83, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 408-2 And Appro- priate Funds For Capital Expenditures In The General Fund"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Avery. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Roll call vote: Avery- yes, Bartlett-yes, Harriott-yes, Davison- yes, GallantyOerdsi,
naMncielleNro-a. b1se9n8-t3, Sduclhynaidta-bsent. Five yes votes and two members absent. adopted.
Resolution No. 83-22, A" Resolution To Direct The Clerk Of Council To Submit A Letter To The President Of The United States Et Al.,Endorsing The C" all To Halt The Arms Race."
Councilmember Bartlett moved to withdraw the resolution.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 208- 3, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 408-2 Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1983 And Revising bSyumCs oFuonrcilOmpemerbaetirng Expenses"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety Bartlett.
forAOprduibnalinccehearing was set at this time for July 20, 1983, at 7:30 p.m., No. 20-83.
Resolution No. 83-26, T"o Award The Proposals For Water Treatment Plant Reno- vations"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Harriott. Councilmember Harriott moved for passage of Resolution No. 83-26. Motion pseacsosnedde.d by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. Resolution No. 832-6 duly
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July 6, 1983
Page 4'of 4
Other Old and/ or New Business
Junior Class/ Block Party Request
Manager Plunkett asked members present if they had made a decision on the request
submitted by Ms. Jane C. Lowe, Advisor to the Class of '85, with regards
to the Junior Class holding a block party this August.
During a brief discussion members expressed no objection to the Manager
allowing the Junior Class to hold their block party this August. A copy of that
letter is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Village Hall Renovation
Manager Plunkett sadly announced to members that the Village will not be receiving
a grant from the Ohio Historical Preservation, for the renovation of Village
Hall. He said there were 375 applicants requesting these funds..
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Councilmember Harriott suggested that the Streets &Sidewalks Committee and
others meet in a Worksession this month to discuss Beechwood/ Thornewood Drives
Improvement, and; that property owners in the BeechwoodT/hornewood (Village & Township) area, and Edgewood (Township) be sent letters inviting them to attend the meeting, as well as the Township Trustees.
During discussion, Mr. Harriott did suggest that all information be in before residents were notified of the meeting.
To allow for enough time to gather all information needed, the meeting was Cschhaemdbuelersd. for July 27, 1983, at 7: 30 p.m..The meeting will be held in Council
With no further business to discuss, the meeting adjourned at 8:10 p.m.f,ollow- Minogtioanmotion by Vice Mayor Davison and a second by Councilmember Bartlett. carried.
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These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.

Council Minutes June 22, 1983

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SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JUNE 22, 1983
The purpose of this meeting was to receive the Village Manager' s proposed 1984
County Tax Budget, and to schedule a public hearing for the Budget and Revenue
Sharing Planned Use-Entitlement Period 15.
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 Avery
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Davison
Gallant
Manager - Plunkett
Councilmember Harriott moved to excuse absentee members: Bartlett, Schnaidt,
Miller, and; Law Director Drake. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
RECEIPT OF THE PROPOSED 1984 COUNTY TAX BUDGET
Manager Plunkett submitted the proposed 1984 County Tax Budget to members for their review and consideration.
Following a brief discussion, Councilmember Harriott moved that Council
acknowledge receipt of the Manager' s proposed 1984 County Tax Budget. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
A public hearing was set at this time, for the proposed 1984 County Tax Budget
and Revenue Sharing Planned Use-Entitlement Period 15. The hearings will be held at the Regular Council Meeting of July 6, 1983, at 7: 30 p.m..
Motion Councilmteomabderjourn the meeting was made by Councilmember Avery and seconded by Harriott. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 7:42 p.m.. agE (
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Council Minutes June 20, 1983

PUBLIC HEARING
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
JUNE 20, 1983, 1: 00 P.M.
The hearing today was scheduled to provide citizens an opportunity to submit
written and oral comments regarding proposed uses of Revenue Sharing Funds
for Entitlement Period 15.
Present: Douglas E. Plunkett, Village Manager
Catherine M. Miller
Oral Comments: No one appeared at the Public Hearing.
Written Comments: The Granville Recreation Commission submitted a letter
requesting $3,000, and an additional $1500 for improvements
to Wildwood Park, prior to the hearing.
Public hearing adjourned at 1: 15 p.m..
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Mr. Doug Plunkett,
Village Manager
Granville Village
Granville, OH 43023
Dear Doug,
P.0. Box 483 •GRANVILLE, OHIO 43023
June 20, 1983
As per our annual request from the Granville Recreation Commission,
we respectively request the continuing support of revenue sharing
dollars in the amount of $3000 for the operation of the community
center.
In addition to the above dollars, we request that a consideration
be given for an additional $1500 for improvements for the Wildwood
Park. As your representative, Robin Bartlett can tell you that we
have a number of activities tentatively being planned and before they
can materialize financial support needs to be secured. We would
appreciate your consideration on this matter.
Cordially,
James T. Russell,
Chairman
Granville Recreation Commission
JTR/ sh

Council Minutes June 15, 1983

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JUNE 15, 1983
CALL TO ORDER
Mayqr Gallant called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
MINUTES
JUNE 1,
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Bartlett
Councilmember Harriott
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
1983 -REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING -Councilmember Avery moved the Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion catrorieadp.prove minutes.
The Clerk at this time asked members of Council if they would offer a motion
to verify that Shirley Robertson was appointed Temporary Clerk at the
March 16, 1983, Regular Council Meeting. The appointment was omitted from
the minutes and a verification is needed to complete the Wildwood Drive
Improvement transcript papers being compiled by Squire, Sanders &Dempsey.
A motion was made by Councilmember Avery and seconded by Councilmember
Bartlett to instruct the Clerk to amend the minutes of March 16, 1983, to read
that Shirley Robertson was appointed Temporary Clerk for that meeting. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:.
Jean Barnes, Sentinel
Wm. Neil Robertson
Paul Jobe
Clark L. Snyder
Larry Fugate, Advocate
William Nichols
Marilyn Hirshler
Patricia Thomas
Sara Kirby
William C. Russell
Elaine Mounsey
Robert Lisle
Edith Jobe
John Murphy
Mary Schilling
Trudy Nichols
David 0. Woodyard
Marci McCaulay
Carol Williamson
Barbara Marshall
Robert Mathias
David G. Mentzer
Fred Gosnell
Jacqueline O' Keefe
Jeanie Holt
Eric Hirshler
John Crecca, Jr.
Jack Kirby
Kathryn S. Russell
Fred Knapp
Council Chambers was filled to capacity with concerned citizens who came to add their input to the meeting and to express their opinions on the proposed Resolution No. 83-22, which was tabled at the June 1, 1983 meeting.
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June 15, 1983
Page 2 of 5
Several people spoke this evening on the proposed Resolution No. 83-22 and to
issues relating to a nuclear freeze. They were: Mr. Robert Mathias, Commander
of the American Legion/ Granville Post #398. Mr. Mathias read a letter which
outlines the Granville Post' s opinion on the proposed resolution. A copy of that letter is hereby attached as part of these minutes
Mrs. Mary Schilling, speaking on behalf of the Granville Peace Fellowship,
also read a letter to Council, clarifying the Peace Fellowship' s rationale
for coming to Council with their arguments for the appropriateness of Village Council acting on a resolution to support the nuclear freeze. A copy of that
letter is hereby attached as part of these minutes '
Others who spoke in support of Council acting on this resolution were: BMNr. DRoboerc;t jaLtirshlder:inceomRmeunstsedellt,haPtattrhieciamaTthteomr assh,oMuldarinlyont bHeirdsihscleurs,seEdricanHy ifrushr le-r,
ther. He felt that the answer was not with Council but with legislators in Washington.
effoMrrt.sJotohwnaCrdrsectchae, Jredru.c,rteiopneaotefd his plea for citizens to support the President' s, nuclear arms.
refeDreunrdinugmdoenbathtee, mMra.tteHrirsanhdlehravaeskethdethisesuqeueplsactieodno,n W"thhyecNouovldemn'bterCboaunllcoilt?order a Mr. Robert N. Drake, Village Law Director, responded and stated that Ohio
law does not provide legislators a rule in which to place an issue such as this
qbueefosrteiontheandvoatedrse.termHeinsaatiiodnsweviellrableomthaeder mbyutnhiecipAaslsitiisetsanhtavEeleacstikoendsthCeousnasmele. · 3
Councilmember Bartlett commented that when she introduced this legislation she ,
had no idea of the debate of some of the isiues.S*tic fe1- I*k-tr'qsperTTE t-d« tinhgjg:alnlolMth@meeliatrgreuamdesnltfsr,epshC.eesdti:Fdred tkies pg#3i* Continuing, she said after hear- some research on the matter and would like to
substitute the proposed legislation and put forth an initiative petition, but 9 upon receiving legal counsel, she has found out that the Attorney General is not sure whether Council can legally do this. Ms. Bartlett commented that
pshueblhiacd. hAoppepdrotxoimhaatveelythtewop-trhopiredrsdoocfumtheentswotrhk isisecvoemnipnlegt,edandandpustheitwboeufldoreliktehe
to turn the balance over to Mr. Drake. She suggested that Resolution No.83-22, be tabled until the July 6th meeting to allow time to complete the initiative
petition, and turn it over to the Peace Fellowship members.
Ms. Patricia Thomas, Co-Chairperson of the Granville Peace Fellowship, stated that she had three people to circulate the petition and seek signatures. They
atorea: lCloawrolthWe ilgliraomupsoenn,oDugahve tiWmoeodtoyarodb, taainnd>thb£e.§Nichols. Ms. Thomas urged Councilp*- place the issue on the November ballot. necessary signatures needed to
With no new arguments or comments offered, Council proceeded with the next item
on the agenda.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of May was presented and reviewed. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
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MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of May was presented. Mr. Plunkett reviewed
the report with members of Council and a brief discussion followed. A motion
to approve the Manager' s Report was made by Councilmember Harriott and seconded
by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. A copy of that report is hereby
attached as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Opera House Park Improvement Committee -Vice Mayor Davison reported on the
recent meeting of the Committee.
Mr. Davison said that the cost of the two water hydrants 9(5$0) for the
park was more than what the Committee had expected, and will all but deplete
monies set aside for grading and seeding. He asked Council if they would
consider paying for the hydrants to allow other work to be done. Park funds
include: Recycling Center donation of $1,000; $1,250 anonymous gift for plantings;
$225 miscellaneous memorial gifts; and $100 donated for a bench. Mr.
Davison felt sure the committee would find other resources, but right now they
are in a bind if they have to pay $950 for the hydrants.
Mr. Davison mentioned another problem, the disposal of the Elm Tree.
During discussion, members voiced that they were not willing to pay for
the hydrants but would consider contributing some monies toward the grading and
seeding. They also asked if the Committee approached the Township Trustees yet.
Mr. Davison said that the Township is willing to contribute to a brick sidewalk.
A motion was made at this time to direct the Manager to draft legislation to
appropriate $200 to the Opera House Park Fund, towards the grading and seeding
of the Opera House Park. Motion made by Councilmeber Avery and seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried.
Recreation Commission -Councilmember Bartlett reported on the recent Recreation
Commission Meeting. New members accepted to the Recreation Commissign were: jeff Mills and Fred McManus. The commission also passed their operating budget.
Ms. Bartlett asked who owns the Wildwood Park and who is responsible for the mowing and care.
Response to Ms. Bartlett was that the Village leases the land from the
Thomas Evans Foundation and in turn sub-leases to the Recreation Commission.
Streets &Sidewalks -B (eechwoodT/hornewood Drives Improvement) M- ayor Gallant reported that the Committee will meet with residents of Edgewood Drive next Tuesday.
OLD BUSINESS
Resolution No. 83-22, "A Resolution To Direct The Clerk of Council To Submit A
Letter To The President Of The United States Et Al.,Endorsing The "Call To Halt The Arms Race."
Councilmember Bartlett moved to table the resoltuion until the July 6th meeting. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
Village Hall Renovation -Mr. Mark McGatha and Mr. Larry Carroll, representing the firm of Lester H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc.,appeared this evening to discuss
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June 15, 1983
Page 4 of 5
with Council the Village' s grant appliction from the Ohio Historical Preservation
Society for 50%matching funds for the renovation and expansion of Village Hall.
Mr. McGatha presented two plans for Village Hall. One to renovate the existing
structure using the outer shell and support walls. The estimated cost for
this work would be $100-130,000. The second plan was to renovate the existing structure and to expand the building out 25 feet towards the Opera House Park.
The plan would include a hydraulic elevator. Estimated cost $220,000. Both
plans included a new HVC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) system, and;
a new roof for the building.
Mr. McGatha reviewed the layout drawings of both plans with members of
Council. Copies of different types of lighting, windows, flooring, and a holeless
hydraulic elevator were distributed to members as Mr. McGatha reviewed
the plans.
Following review and discussion, Manager Plunkett mentioned that Larry
Carroll agreed to do this work on a contingency basis, but felt in all fairness
that the Village owes some fee if they should not proceed with the project. It
was the consensus of members present that Poggemeyer should summarize to date, and if the grant application expenses is not accepted and Council decides not to proceed any further with the renovation, work done so far would be paid.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 188- 3, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 40-82 And Appropriate Funds For Capital Expenditures In The Wastewater Capital Improvements Fund",
was introduced and title read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison. A public hearing was scheduled for July 6, 1983, at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 19-83, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 40-82 And Appropriate Funds For Capital Expenditures In The General Fund", was introduced and title
read in its entirety by Councilmember Avery. A public hearing was scheduled for July 6, 1983, at 7: 30 p.m..
Resolution No. 83-24, A" Resolution By The Council Of The Village Of Granville, Ohio, Designating And Authorizing The Position Of Village Manager As The Signa- tory Designee For All Forms And Documents Related To Advance Of Allowance Applications To The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency And Declaring An Emergencyw",as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt. Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of Resolution No. 83-24. Motion pseacsosnedde.d by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. Resolution No. 83-24 duly
Resolution No. 83-25, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Bids For The Rotomilling And Repaving Of Streets"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Harriott.
Councilmember Harriott moved for passage of Resolution No. 83-25. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bartlett.
Streets to be cold planed before resurfacing: E. Broadway from Prospect St., to Union 76; E. College from Granger to Broadway. Burg Street to be paved SfroempteThmorbneewr)o.od to Joy Lane. Chip seal on Briarwood Drive w( ill be done in late
pasFseodll.owing a brief discussion, the motion carried. Resolution No. 83-25 duly
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Page 5 of 5
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Manager Plunkett asked that a Special Meeting be called for the submittal of
the proposed 1984 County Tax Budget and to schedule a public hearing for that
budget. Following a brief discussion, a motion to schedule a Special Meeting
for June 22, 1983, at 7: 30 p.m.,was made by Councilmember Miller and
seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Motion carried.
Immediately following the special meeting, Village Council and the Township
Trustees will hold an informal meeting (Worksession) to discuss mutual items
of interest.
With no further business to discuss the meeting adjourned at 9: 45 p.m.,followa
motion by Councilmember Miller and a second by Councilmember Harriott.
Motion carried.
Atest:
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These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
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Mr. Tom Gallant, Mayor
The Granville Village Council
118 S. Main Street
Granville, Ohio 43023
Dear Tom and Members,
Sara S. Kirby
107 Chapin Place
Granville, Ohio 43023
June 8, 1983
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I am writing hoping that this letter might in some way help
you to consider making a statement on the Nuclear Freeze Resolution
No. 83-22. This issue confronts us all individually and collectively,
as we are all living under constant threat of nuclear accidents and
war. I do feel strongly that a Village Council is an appropriate
forum for discussions of, and action on, such critical issues as the
Nuclear Freeze for a number of reasons.
First, knowledge that an emergency evacuation plan has already
been made for Granville and our surrounding communities is not comforting.
The idea that as ah individual, a community, or as a society
we may not survive a nuclear mistake (and perhaps would not want to),
and the idea that our children might not grow up to be adults are
devastating, anxiety-provoking thoughts. Today these are shared fears
and ones that cannot be ignored in Granville or any other part of the
world.
Second, because of these prevailing concerns, I sense that
serious associations are attached to the sophisticated uses of and
p6werful weapons produced by nuclear energy. I see our youngest
child constantly confronted with video space games that combine an
unseen technological power and destruction; yet, he is frustrated
when we try to explain the serious, practical implications of nuclear
power that contradicts his fantasy world. As are all parents, I want
my children to be able to understand values that are important for
the health and safety of all people. I want them to find the words
to articulate these values. We all want to feel that this hope for
our children and a shared future is reflected in our community and,
as a community, we can face critical problems together.
Third, it seems whatever our age, awareness of our fragile world
reaches out to us through television and other media, our work, and
our schools (whether we are students or educators).We are confronted
with the reality of nuclear accidents, debate over nuclear and nuclear weapons, power as an efficient energy source which penetrates our daily lives and shapes our imagination of technological possibilities in the future. The conflicting realities of nuclear power create an extremely complex issue that is often difficult for us to respond to. Yet, I believe it is dangerous to feel we cannot or should not question the uses of nuclear power and dangerous to leave decisions of nuclear energy and warfare simply to the "experts" and political
leaders who supposedly have all the information and answers as to what is best for the welfare of all.
Therefore, as adults we have the responsibility to try to
understand the impact of nuclear capabilities and their limitations;
we must find ways to articulate the mental and physical dangers and
be willing to accept alternative course of action and power uses.
We have the responsibility to use established institutions and
political systems to individually and collectively question and
clarify our government's decisions on the future application of
nuclear power and weapons.
It is this sense of responsibility that has led churches of
this country, local and state governing bodies, and existing and
newly created community and citizen groups to issue statements
advocating a nuclear freeze. I feel it is not only appropriate, but
a responsibility for all elected officials to assume an active role
in shaping the course of nuclear activity that affects the quality
of life within the community under their jurisdiction, as well as
the entire country and the world we inhabit. We all have a responsibility
to future generations to set an example of confronting,
educating and actively participating in such critical issues for the
purpose of creating a safe, healthy and peaceful world for all
generations to come.
Sincerely,
b r-=L6*17*
Sara S. Kirby
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June 16, 1983
Mr· Donald McTigue
Assistant Elections Council
Office of the Secretary of State of Ohio 30 East Broad Street
Columbus, Ohio
Dear Mr. McTigue:
I am the Law Director for the Village of Granville. Granville is a Charter Village located in Licking County.
A group of citizens has approached the council adoption of the about the possible Nuclear Freeze Resolution by the Village Council. The question has arisen as to whether or not the Council could direct the Board of Elections to place the question of the adoption of the Nuclear Freeze Resolution by the electors in the community on the November ballot. The Granville Charter makes no reference to this type ooff qstuaetestiolanw, .so therefore the Village will be governed by the provisions I have been unable to locate any law in Ohio concerning the placing of issues such as this before the electors of a municipality. I would appreciate any guidance which you could give to us both as to the appropriateness of this approach and, if it is appropriate, the means by which we could undertake it.
Thank you very much for your assistance.
Very truly yours,
RNDm/
Robert N. Drake, Law Director
Village of Granville
CC: Thomas Gallant, Mayor
Robin Bartlett, Council Member
Douglas E. Plunkett, Village Manager ifR/ 6-1 .EDt 1-1 JUN 1 7 A.M. 4 9
A THE VILLAGE OF Alli
A GRARNU\E
My name is Mary Schilling, and I live at 14 Samson Place.
On behalf of the Granville Peace Fellowship, I want to clari5y for
Council, once again, our rationale for coming to you and our arguments
for the appropriateness of a village council both to consider and to act
upon a resolution supporting the Nuclear Freeze.
As Americans, as Ohioans, and as Granvillians, we believe in the value
of a democratic republic which provides opportunity and encourages its
citizens to speak out on issues. We treasure the "grassroots"philosophy
which allows us to directly approach our public servants and ask that
they respond to us, represent us, and speak for us. While we can write,
and, indeed, have written, personal letters to our Ohio and U.S. senators
and representatives, and even to the President, we believe that our
village government needs also to come to grips with the issue and to
Gully realize the responsibility we share for insuring a peaceful future
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for us, for our children, and eur our children' s children.
Wa believe that when councils of bishops or village councils. take a
position on the Nuclear Freeze, they do not move beyond their proper
lurisdiction. In fact, we believe that national leaders cannot move
without our support. We want to help leaders in Washington, and, indeed,
in Moscow, to lead our nation and our world toward a peaceful resolution
to nuclear escalation and madness.
In forcing ourselves to think the unthinkable, we are clear on the
fact that Granville is not invulnerable to the threat of a nuclear at tack. /
We fool ourselves if we try to believe that the factors whi ch isolate us/
We also want to help our leaders to think seriously about the use of our
resourcehsu-m-an resources, natural resources, and monetary resources in
the form of tax moniesan-d- to consider what increasing expenditures for
COi-C•. ll 1- d0e4fe--nLsHeA says about tW- -priorities.ci.t.ill C1-.LV C l')d.1,i '·c,£ 1 ,-L-6-:C.l,l.G-l:4-L.f
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GRANVILLE POST
No. 398
GRANVILLE. OHIO
43023
Mayor Gallant, and members of
the Granville Council
Ladies and Gentlemens
June 15, 1983
This letter is addressed to you on behalf of the members
of the American Legion Post # 398 who are present tonight,
at this meeting of the Granville Council.
We do not speak either for or against the proposition
relating to nuclear weapons that has been urged upon you
prior to my appearance.
It is our position that your duties do not require you
to become involved -or involve the Village -in a matter
of international relations.
We believe that the Granville Council is not an appropriate
forum for a discussion of this matter.
Thank you,
9 - 147 zz:
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Robert Mathias
Commander,
American Legion Post # 398
P,40.Bax 2#
Granville, Ohio 43023
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GRANVILLE POST
No. 398
GRANVILLE. OHIO
43023
Mayor Gallant, and members of
the Granville Council
Ladies and Gentlemen:
June 15, 1983
This letter is addressed to you on behalf of the members
of the American Legion at Post 3#98 who are present tonight, this meeting of the Granville Council.
We do not speak either for or against the proposition
relating to nuclear weapons that has been urged upon you prior to nor appearance.
It is our position that your duties do not require you to become involved -or involve the Village -in a matter of international relations.
We believe that the Granville Council is not an appropriate forum for a discussion of this matter.
Thank you,
R- f 61 Q.Z,0 Robert Mathias
Commander,
American Legion Post # 398
P.O.-Bax # 2
Granville, Ohio 43023
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THE REV. EDWARD N. BURDICK, Rector
SAINT LUKE'S CHURCH
GRANVILLE, OHIO
The Hon. Thomas F. Gallant
Village hall
118 South Main Street
Granville, Ohio
Dear Mayor Gallant
April 20, 1983
The unique relationship existing between the Village and the
four corner Congregations, with the Villagd retaining title to the
land and the buildings being owned by the Congregations, calls for
special measures of collaboration. The disposition of the land
adjacent to Saint Luke's Church building is vital to the interests
of this Parish and a matter in which we wish to cooperate. The
Rector, Wardens and Vestry of S int Luke's Church,by means of the
ques tionaire of the ImprovementaBoard and by a letter from the
Senior Warden, have expressed the view of the Vestry in behalf of
the Parish with regard to the arrangement and features of a pro- posed park on that site.
Features placed upon the site; plantings, structures, means
of access, etc.,impinge directly on the presence of this unusually
fine building. In church architecture, the design of this building
is predicated on straight- forward simplicity of expression. Elaborate
decoration is not employed in its exterior or interior. In
our previous communications we have expressed the strong desire
that the arrangement for the sitd be retained in simple form,
that it consist to a maximum extent of green grass, as it was
originally,reflecting the character of the early village and not
projecting an image foreign to this locale, with a minumum of
decorative plantings. We believe that the appearance of the park
should invite human use. We suggest that a guiding principle for
its development might be that of keeping the first step very simple
letting the design develop according to the emerging use indicated
by experience.
Included in our efforts to employ the best resources in
our own work of preserving and maintaining this historic building,
we have engaged professional architectural services. We are proceeding
wilth the development of a comprehensive plan to repair
the damage to the East wall as well as preservation work elsewhere
on the building. C* dination of these two projects is essential.
Mayor Gallant page 2
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We request that as plans for the park site begin to take shape in
the form of actual construction drawings that a copy be forwarded
to us for the consideration of the V,stry in donsultation with
our architect. We request that we bo notified of the schedule
for the development of the plans in order that lire may arrange
our schedules for their consideration. Please notify the S nior
Warden, Mr. John J. Cassell, of meetings, hearings,etc.,il
which the plans for the park are to be discussed, particularly
when it is anticipated that decisions may be made.
esi2lly€yo*uss_,
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elward. N. Surdiac
Rector
June 16, 1983
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Mr. Donald McTigue
Assistant Elections Council
Office of the Secretary of State of Ohio
30 East Broad Street
Columbus, Ohio
Dear Mr. McTigue:
I am the Law Director for the Village of Granville. Granville is a
Charter Village located in Licking County.
A group of citizens has approached the council about the possible
adoption of the Nuclear Freeze Resolution by the Village Council.
The question has arisen as to whether or not the Council could direct
the Board of Elections to place the question of the adoption of the
Nuclear Freeze Resolution by the electors in the community on the November ballot. The Granville Charter makes no reference to this type of question, so therefore the Village will be governed by the provisions of state law. I have been unable to locate any law in Ohio concerning
the placing of issues such as this before the electors of a municipality.
I would appreciate any guidance which you could give the appropriateness to us both as to by which of this approach and, if it is appropriate, the means we could undertake it.
Thank you very much for your assistance.
Very truly yours,
RNDm/
Robert N. Drake, Law Director
Village of Granville
CC: Thomas Gallant, Mayor
Robin Bartlett, Council Member
Douglas E. Plunkett, Village Manager
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SECTION 516.0 [ 4101:2-5-16]SPECIAL HISTORIC BUILDINGS AND DISTRICTS
516.1 Approval: The provisions of this struction, repair, code relating to the con- alteration, enlargement, restoration and moving of buildings or structures shall not be mandatory for existing buildings or structures identified and classified by the state or local government authority as historic buildings or listed on the National Register for Historic Places"when such buildings are judged by the building official to conform to the structural strength, fire safety, means of egress, light, ventilation and sani-
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MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
Attemted Petty Theft
Total Violations Balance of Bond Monies 57 Total Collected for from previous month $ 75.00 present month 6379.00 jint paid to State (RRR &GRF) 684.00 tilllint paid in refunds or overpayments 0-
AI.int-paid into General Fund 5302.00 nce bond monies remaining in accouht TTErm
90.00
3199.00
387.00
471. 00
2356.00
75. 00
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3110.00
481. 00
100.00
2489.00
40.00
May 1983 April 1983 May 1982
king Tickets Issued 40 34 33
ations: 54 Complaints: 3
StoD Sian 3 3
itoD Signal 4 2 6
SDeed
29 26 16
Imoroger Turn 3 2
Juvenile Court
1 2
Drivina Under Influence of Alcohol 5 5
Reckless ODeration 1 2
Exoired Plates 2 3 1
Doen Container 2 4
Failure to exercise viailance in backina 1
2
jlure to Yield 1 1 2
lure to displav two plates 1
Liauor Consumption in Motor Vehicle 1 1 Permitting persons to ride on the outside of a movina vehicle 1
Disturbina the Peace 1
Assault
1
Aaaravated Menacina 1
No M/C endorsement
2 1
Sauealina Tires
1 1
No Operators License 1
1
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May 1983 April 1983 May 1982
iminal Damage 1
tty Theft 2 1
No License Plates
1
Fleeing An Officer 1
Failure to yield at crosswal k 1
Prohibited Rt. Turn on red 1
Passing Bad Checks 1,
Complicity 4
Organizational Criminal Liability &Disturbing 1
the Peace
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WATER DEPARTMENT
MANAGER' S REPORT
Total Gallons Pumped
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
Misc. Customer Service Requests
Remotes or Meters Replaced
Remotes or Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired
Water Taps
Police Telephone Calls
Police Radio Calls
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
May 1983
31.848.000
1.027.000
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April 1983
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1.007.000
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May 1982
33.314.
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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
May 1983 April 1983 May 1982
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Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street StreetsMaintenance(Hot Patch)Tons Swept (Hours) Inlets Cleaned
Enlets 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)
elfare (Hours)
Call Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
Special Interest Items
Ma 1983
unt Manhours
12
4
10
8
2
0
0
14
58
32
8 14
102
62.5
16. 5
14
30
4
0
0
108
0 80
0 80
281 5
216
36
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1-House
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2
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4
2
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14
A ril 1983
unt Manhours
4 32
27
15. 5
12
18
21
45
0
0
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239
4
80
May 1982
Amount Manhour
3
0
17. 5
104
6
15
110
3
0
0
12
0 84
318
109
0
0 80
248
16
128
37
48
364
18
0
0
96
8 12 12
3
0 0 0 60
0 0
2
0
0 1
0 3
0 0
0 0
0 0
Month: May 1983
fAL ACTIVITIES Fing Ticketj
T.1Ihic Cttations
Toad Kic Stopd
T4ad dic Direct£ on
yehicte Checlw
Ho cu e Checka
S u.6picious Pe/ 68 0,1.8
Eme44.' 6 Fike A,3,66.6
Other Dept. Assist*
Impound6 5 Towing
Foot Pat106£,
Un* ecu/ Led Buiedinqs
MOtohist A666£6/
Pat40£Time (Hou, u)
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Injui/#Acciden6£
Non-Injuby Accident6
Inve.6£6qatwn,6 :
Comptaintj 44406*eywes Felonu
Misdemeanor
Chakqe8 Fited:
Fetonu
Misdemeanor
40
54
86
111
24
246
2
22
18
2
274
25
22
426
DMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES
AdminS. p/ ecia,£D- eta6,66 666
ServiC.23 :
Ma,LE
Hand Deuveked Mad
Funea*t Ebcokt6
Bank E8cods
EHICLE MILEAGE:
FU
82 Dodge
Vehide)
24
54
1
13
87
32
85 Chevrolet
Vehide)
GRAND' LLE POLJ CE DEPARTMENT
Monthly Manager'd Repott***
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Pakking Ticket6
Thatci#Cttation.6
Tudhic Stop*
T*466£ c Dikeetion
Vehide Checks
Houb e Chec/u
SU,610C£lou.6 Pen6«01,3
Emebg. 6 Fi,re A661,6,26
OtheA Vent.8 6*0, 66£
Impound6 6 Towing
Foot Pat4018
Un.8 ecited Buttdingj
Mototat A33,68·t8
Pahot Time (Hotvs )
COMPLAINT ACTI VITIES
Iniu,ty Accident6
Non-Inju* q Acddents
Investiqation3:
Comptaintj
06*en6e8
A,%4664:
Fetong
Misdemeanok
Cha,tqes Filed:
Fetonq
Misdemeanok
ADMINISTRATIVE ACTI VITIES
AdminS. /peca£t Deta6. 6
Services :
Ma,i£
Hand Detivered Ma££
Funeta£Es Cott8
Bank EJ cokh
40,400
GdometeLl/
3,158
OdometeJ *
75
104
29
398
21
25
14
5
302
37
19
452
608
80
15
34
49
Month: May 1982
PATROL ACTI VITIES
Parking Ticketd,
1-4466·ic Citationd
TAa66c£Stopd
Tba66c£Die*ction
Vehide Chec/ u
Hou6e Chec/ u
SU,810C,£iout Pe,UO1,3
Emerg. 6 Fike A668££8
Other Dent. A66143,
Impound6 6 Towing
Foot Pattots
Un8ecute, d Buted,61,46
Motoust A638£28
Patbot Time (Hou, ts )
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
1 In iuku Accidentb
5 Non-In iuku Accidentd,
Invejtigation,6 :
Comptat6£*
OA Ke,16 e,8
Auets:
Felony
Misdemeanor
Chag*ed Fi,ted:
Feionu
M,66 demeanor
ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES
AdminS.p/ ecia£Detaits
SeL/V1«6£6( :
Me
Hand vet£vered Mait
Funeu/LE 820416
Bank Ecok.ta
3087
M<U£J
1375
1 Mile8 J
Chie 6 46 Pot, cce
265
1C
20
Mobth: April 1983
33
28
6 3
3
89
10
7
2
17
57
4
TILIZED: 611.7 Gatton,6
FUND BALANCE 4,30
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
SEWER
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
FEDERAL SEWER GRANT
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
303,528.48
5,158.17
515.51
19,016.46
15,106.30
25,885.15
50,848.61
20,859.91
9,072.32
96,540.00
0-
108,000.00
654,530.91
Certificates of Deposit 4/30/ 83
General Fund 210,000
Water 30,000
Sewer 40,000
Equipment Reserve 66,960
TOTAL 346,960
83 PTS
117,958.28
1,586.62
128.64
39,375.63
0-
16,579.93
0-
0-
9,768.33
0-
0-
0-
185,397.43
DISBURSEMENTS
28,149.41
1,153.73
206.35
18,074.93
0-
4,549.10
43,408.00
1,556.37
296.26
0-
97,394.15
BALANCE 7
393,337.35
5,591.06
437.80
40,317.16
15,106.30
37,915.98
7,440.61
19,303.54
18,544.39
96,540.00
0-
108,000.00
742,534.19
Certificates of Deposit 5/31/ 83
General $210,000
Water 30,000
Sewer 40,000
Equipment Reserve 66,960
TOTAL 346,960
Shirley Robertson
Finance Director
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Council Minutes June 1, 1983

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JUNE 1, 1983
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 Miller
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Schnaidt
Vice Mayor -
Mayor
Manager -
Davison
Gallant
Plunkett
Councilmember Miller moved to excuse absentee member Harriott and Law Director
Drake. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
MINUTES
MAY 18, 1983 -REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING -A motion to approve the minutes corrected as was made by Councilmember Avery and seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Please see attached attendance sheet marked exhibit "A".
Mrs. Patricia Thomas, 746 Newark-Granville Road, and co-chairperson of the
DenisonG/ ranville Peace Fellowship, was first to speak. She asked what kind of diologue was needed from Citizensin attendance to convince Council of the
appropriativeness of the legislative body passing the proposed Resolution No. 83-22, which endorses the "Call To Halt The Arms Race"?
She referred to the information packet distributed by her to members of Council earlier for their review, and said she would like to hear from individ- ual members on their concerns in endorsing such an important issue. (A copy of the information packet is hereby attached and marked exhibit "B").
Councilmember Bartlett commented that the matter was brought to her attention two weeks ago, and while she has not been involved with this particular piece of legislation, she felt it was her duty as a member of Council to provide a vehicle for peoples expressed wishes. Since introducing Resolution No. 83-22 at the May 18th meeting, Ms. Bartlett had two questions to ask:1) How does this particular resolution directly affect the citizens of Granville?and; 2) oDof Gtheranpveiollpele who are supporting this effort truly r-ep)e<sent -the people or a minority of citizens?
Mr. Fred Knapp, 129 North Pearl Street, spoke on the issue and stated that he felt it was appropriate for Council to take a stand on the nuclear freeze
issue because they represent the community as a whole. Secondly, Granville is already involved through the Crisis Relocation Plan for Licking County, which was drawn up by State officials, in the event of a nuclear attack. Copies of
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the Plan for Licking County were distributed to members for their review. (A
copy of the Crisis Plan is hereby attached as part of these minutes and marked
exhibit "C").
Continuing, Mr. Knapp stated that the pols support the nuclear freeze, and over 500 residents have signed the petition calling an immediate halt to the
nuclear arms race. Finally, Mr. Knapp said that it is both appropriate and
desirable for Council to take a stand on this issue.
Mr. Dave Gibbons, 87 Miller Avenue, commented that Council has taken a stand
on larger issues, he felt the nuclear freeze issue was of the utmost importance.
Mr. Bill Nichols, 17 Samson Place, commented that it has become increasingly
clear the last few months that if the United States spends more and more on the
nuclear arms race, we will have a doomsday effect even if they are not used. He said the economic effect is quite destructable. He felt this was an issue
Council should address.
Mr. John Crecca, Jr.,1550 Welsh Hills Road, commented, that a nuclear war will
affect everyone, and he did not question to make more weapons is worse, however, he felt that the President' s efforts for reduction of nuclear arms should be supported rather than an all out freeze.
Others spoke to the issue, many agreed to the reduction but questioned how gets to that point, most felt the nuclear one reduction. freeze was the only way to begin for
Edward Burdick, 128 South Main Street, questioned whether Council had read the entire document that calls for the halt to the nuclear arms race? None of the
members present had seen the whole document. A copy was given to the clerk for duplicating for members. (a copy of the document is hereby attached to these minutes and marked exhibit "D".
Stephen Tischendorf, 123 South Pearl Street, asked members if they would be voting on the whole document? He said he wholely supported the document and the issue, but thought that Council should study the issue well, he said some of the debate is painful, but Council should not be stampeded into making a decision before studying the matter completely.
A straw vote was taken by Dave Woodyard on how many citizens present would like to see the "Call To Halt The Arms Race" Resolution passed by Council. Out of n36ucpleeaorple present at that moment, 35 people raised their hands in support of the arms freeze. One commented that he was not in favor as it was written.
Mr. Robert Tood, 331 N. Pearl Street, arrived at the meeting after the straw count was taken. He felt that the nuclear arms freeze was not an issue Council
should act on, and if the issue is that important to the citizens then the matter should be done by referendum vote.
Councilmember Avery commented that all of Council is deeply concerned with the nuclear arms race, but did not feel that this was a proper forum for this issue. He said he too would like to see a referendum vote.
Councilmember Schnaidt commented that we as Councilmembers were elected to vote donidVnilolat gfeeeml atters, and we have voted on people to represent us. He said he qualified to vote on this issue for everyone.
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With no new comments or statements made from citizens in attendance, Council
continued with the next item on the agenda.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Streets &Sidewalks Committee -Mayor Gallant stated that this item will be
deferred until the conclusion of meeting -Re: Beechwood/ Thornewood Improve- ment.
Utilities Committee -Manager Plunkett commented that representatives from L. H.
Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc.,will attend the next meeting of Council to give report. Mr. Plunkett said he had a progress pictures of different types of building finishes if members would like to see them in his office.
Development Commission -Councilmember Avery reported on the Development Commission
Meeting held held Thursday, May 26th. At that meeting one application
was reviewed and approval given for a fence.
Members of the Development Commission also met with Ann Munro regarding possible changes in the Zoning Ordinance. He said the Commission had a question
and answer session, copies of items suggested for change will be forwarded to members of Council, written in ordinance form. He said the largest area is basic- ally Village permitted uses and other uses which in the judgement of the Develop- ment Commission are within the intent of this section and are of a class similar
to a use previously listed. He stated that these two items give Development Commission too much latitude.
OLD BUSINESS
Resolution No. 83-22, A" Resolution To Direct The Clerk of Council To Submit A Letter To The President Of The United States Et Al.,Endorsing The "Call To Halt The Arms Race".
Council continued their discussion on the appropriativeness of taking a stand on the above issue.
Vice Mayor Davison commented that he had no problem with Section I of Resolution dNeo.cis8io3n-22. He did however want to examine the whole document before making a on the matter.
Councilmember Bartlett stated that she felt the input shown this .evening and the information presented, shows that this issue would be appropriate for Council to take a stand on, but suggested that she and her colleagues study the whole document before making a decision on the Resolution. Councilmember Bartlett asked those still present if Council would need more input, would people be willing to volunteer that. Those present said yes.
Mayor Gallant commented that he still was not persuaded that this was a proper forum for this issue. He said personally, he has signed the petition, but feels this particular item is not his direct responsibility. He said it was too far from the duties and powers outlined in the Charter.
Councilmember Schnaidt was willing to vote on the Resolution this evening.
Councilmember Miller said that Council can not afford to ignor the issue. Other communities wanted to be heard, so does Granville.
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At this time, Vice Mayor Davison moved to table Resolution No. 83-22 until the
Regular Meeting of June 15, 1983.
Voice vote: Five ayes and one nay.
NEW BUSINESS
Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller.
Resolution tabled until June 15, 1983.
Ordinance No. 17-83, "An Ordinance To Amend Certain Sections In The Traffic
Code To Comply With Current State Law And Declaring An Emergency"w,as introduced
and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of the Emergency Section 3, and
read this section in its entirety. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller.
Roll call vote on the passage of the Emergency Section 3: Schnaidt-yes,
Miller-yes, Avery- yes, Bartlett-yes, Davison-yes, Gallant-yes, Harriott-absent.
Six yes votes one absent.Emergency Section 3, duly passed.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for the adoption of Ordinance No. 17-83. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Schnaidt- yes, Miller-yes,
Bartletty-es, Averyy-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es, Harriott-absent. Six yes votes and one absent. Ordinance No. 17-83 duly adopted.
Resolution No. 83-23, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into An Agreement
With The Muskingum County Board Of Commissioners To Provide Facilities To
House Prisoners"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller.
Motion for passage of Resolution No. 83-23 was made by Councilmember Miller
and seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried. (The new agreement excludes facilities for housing female prisoners).
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Opera House Park Improvement Committee -Monday, June 6, 1983, at 7: 30 P.M..
Mayor Gallant at this time in behalf of the Village Council and Granville
thanked Molly Amspaugh, for the fair coverage she has given the Village during the last four years of reporting for the Advocate. Molly is leaving the Advocate and her new employer will be CETA, and she will be workingasa Public Information Specialist. The best of luck and good wishes were extended to Molly and she was invited to come back and visit anytime.
A motion to go into executive session was made by Vice Mayor Davison and second- ed by Councilmember Avery. Re:BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives Improvement. Motion carried. Time: 9: 08 P.M..
A motion to return to regular session was made by Councilmember Bartlett and seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. Time: 9: 50 P.M..
With no further business to discuss, a motion to adjourn the meeting was made by Councilmember and seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9: 50 p.m..
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Clerk of Coun-dil
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Attachment For Minutes of June-1, 1983
EXHIBIT "A"
Attendance Sheet
Elaine Mounsey
Alberto M. MacLan
David 0. Woodyard
Rose N. Knight
Mary Elizabeth Snelling
Fred KnaRP
Stephen Tischendorf
Barbara Marshall
William C. Russell
Sara S. Kirby
Margaret K. Santoni
Dick Lucier
Davia A., Gibbons
Patricia C. Thomas
Terry K. Hooson
Margaret Flechtner
Wm. W. Nichols
Ed N. Burdick
Yvonne Wilkenfeld
Marci McCaulay
Sita Ranchod
Jeanie Holt
Marilyn Marshall
John CreccaJ,.r.
J. Kirby Thomas
Carol Williamson
Ted Flechtner
Jean Barnes, Sentinel
Jacqueline O' Keefe
Carmen Mae Jean
Betty Appbllonio
Nancy I. Nichols
John H. Hall
Molly Amspaugh, Advocate
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1 Rahdom Remarks >By Steve Smith
I»4d, k,e to go on record .
as unequivocably opposed to
the prospect of village council
voting on an " endorsement"
, coafrea naubcoluetart.hfereeo'zuetc.oImdeono'tf
such a vote,I oppose even the ·
consideration of such a ' mBeaesfourreet.he proponents of the
measure hang me in effigy,let
me state that I am very much I concerned with nuclear pro- lifertion and the consequences
of a nuclear
disaster,as should be any ra- tional persod. However,I am
k,not:enthralled with thepro- r TRpcto f- a handful of folks
making an endorsement 07
TAnUvaklkind on my behaln{o,r do to. it ts fair for any group request action on such a coacated and' emotional
The people on village coun. cil were · e,lected on the premise that they were level- q
headed and intelligent enough j
to review and set policy on things lilib pay raises and pot ,'
holes. And those,quite frankly,
are the only types of decisions
I'm prepared to have
them make for me.
Secondly, the members of
council are public figures in
only an extremely limited
sense of the term,and for any
group to ask them to make a
public s"tatement"on na- tional issues of such a complex,
emotional and moral
nature is an outright invasion
of their personal privacy. ,
So to those of you who support
the nuclear freeze, take
your arguments to the proper
theatre"in Washington,D.C.
and don't delude yourselves
with the thought that a village
council should be part of your
grassroots" 'campaign. It
should not.
And to.the members of
village council I say don't
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TO: Members of the Village Council of Granville
FROM; The DenisonG/ ranville Peace Fellowship
DATE: May 27, 1983
RE: The Resolution to Memorialize Congress on the Nuclear Weapons Freeze-
Attached please find several documents which show the range of groups and the number of other cities and villages across this great nation of ours, who have endorsed the Freeze.
Also included is a pamphlet from the Freeze office in Columbus which may prove helpful to you as you think about this issue.
In Granville last summer, 508 citizens of our village signed the petition calling on the US and the USSR to call an immediate halt to the nuclear arms race as a bilateral, verifiable steD toward reducing the threat of nuclear war. The wording of the Resolution before you on Wednesday night is exactly the same athsethe wording on the petition which· was circulated throughout state of Ohio last summer.
We look forward to citizen input at the Council meeting as we joid you in deliberations around this most important issue and struggle together with its implications for our future.
Sincerely,
Pat Thomas
Co-chair
DenisonG/ ranville Peace Fellowship
NUCLEAR WEAPONS FREEZE CAMPAIGN
tional Clearinghouse
44 Lindell Blvd.,Suite 404
Louis, MO 63108
14) 533-1169
PROMINENT ENDORSERS LIST
80uttcg1
OCTOBER, 1982
The following organizations and individuals have endorsed proposals for a U. S. / U e. »'.„.
FREEZE ON THE TESTING, PRODUCTION, AND DEPLOYMENT OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS AND DELIVERY
VEHICLES as an essential, verifiable first step toward lessening the risk of nuclear
war and reducing the nuclear arsenals.*
NATIONAL &INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Alliance for Survival
Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers
Union
Ambulatory Pediatric Association
American Association of Colleges for
Teacher Education
American Association of School Administrators
American Ethical Union
American Federation of State, County, and
Municipal Employees
American Friends Service Committee
American Lutheran Church
American Medical Student Association
American Nurses' Association
American Pediatric Society
Americans for Democratic Action. Youth Caucus
Association of American Geographers
Benedictines for Peace
Buddhist Peace Fellowship
Business Alert to Nuclear War
Cathclic Peace Fellowship
Center for Science in the Public Interest
Child- Welfare League of America
Church Women United
Clergy and Laity Concerned
Committee for National Security
Communication Workers of America
Congregation of Holy Cross, General Council
Council for a Livable World
Disarmament Working Group, Coalition for a
New Foreign and Military Policy
Democratic Socialists of America
Dutch Interchurch Peace Council IKV)
Educators for Social Responsibilitv
Environmental Action
Environmental Policy Center
Environmentalists for Full Employment
Episcopal Peace Fellowshio
Federation of American Scientists
Fellowship of Reconciliation
Friends of the Earth
German Peace Fellowship, Executive Board
Gray Panthers
High- Technology Professionals for Peace
Humanitas International
International Association of Machinists
and Aerospace Workers, International
Executive Board
International Physicians for the Prevention
of Nuclear War
International Longshoremen' s and Warehousen
men' s Union
Jewish Peace Fellowship
14th World Methodist Council
Labor Committee for Safe Energy and Full
Employment
Lawyers Alliance for Nuclear Arms Control
Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy
Leadership Conference of Women Religious,
Executive Committee
League of United Latin American Citizens
Lutheran Church in America
Lutheran Human Relations Association of
America, Board of Directors
These proposals include the "Kennedy- Hatfield Freeze Resolution", S. J. Res. 163, and
ics counterpart in the U. S. House of Representatives, H. J. Res. 434; the "Zablocki
Freeze Resolution", H.J. Res. 521; the California Initative: and the freeze Drooosal
contained in the "Call to Halt the Nuclear Arms Race". THE
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Because Nobody Wants A Nuclear War
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Mennonite Central Committee, U. S. Peace Union of Concerned Scientists Section MexicanA-merican Legal Defense &Education Unitarian Universalist Association Fund ' United Church of Christ, Office for ChurcMl•i
MNaotbioilnizaal tiAosnsemfobrlySoufrvWivomael n Religious UnitiendSFoacrmietyWorkers of America National United Food and Commercial Workers, Association of Atomic Veterand International Executive Board National Association of Social Workers United Methodist Church, Board of Church National Coalition of Cuban Americans and Society National Conference of Black Lawyers United Presbyterian Church, USA National Conference on Social Welfare United States Servas Committee, Inc. National Congress of American Indians Wilderness Society
National Council on Education for the Ceramic Women' s International League for Peace and Arts, Board of Directors Freedom National Council of Churches Women' s Action for Nuclear Disarmament National Council of La Raza Women's Strike for Peace National Education Association World Association of Religious Workers for National Federation of Priests' Councils General and Nuclear Disarmament National Tribal Chairmen' s Association World Council of Churches, Central Committee
World Peacemakers
YWCA- of the United States of America
Japanese American Citizens League
Network
New Call to Peacemaking
New Democratic Coalition
New World Alliance
North American Federation of Temple Youth
Nurses Alliance for the Prevention of
Nuclear War
Parliamentarians for World Order
Pax Christi
Performing Artists for Nuclear Disarmament
Physicians for Social Responsibility
Prolifers for Survival
Pugwash Conferences
Rabbinical Assembly, The
Reformed Church in America, General Synod
Riverside Church Disarmament Program
SANE
Service Employees International Union
Sikh Dharma of the Western Hemisphere
Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament
Sisters of Loretto
Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet,
General Chapters
Sisters of the Holy Cross
Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace
Society for Pediatric Research
Sojourners
Student National Education Association,
Representative Assembly
Society for Research and Education in Primary
Care Internal Medicine
Society for Pediatric Research
Synagogue Council of America, The
Trade Unionists for Democratic Action
Union of American Hebrew Congregations
l
To improve national and international security, tne u,lcea .bcaces duu 6-c .,
should stop the nuclear arms race. Specifically, they shodld adopt a mutual freeze on the
testing, production and deployment of nuclear weapons and of the missiles and new aircraft
desed primarily to deliver nuclear weapons. This is an essential verifiable first step
todE .. lessening the risk of nuclear war and reducing the nuclear arsenals. „,„6 t'
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REUTIONS PASSED IN:
307 City Councils around the nation: Have endorsed CA initiative
Red Bay, AL
Eureka Springs, AR
Fayetteville, AR
Little Rock, AR
Flagstaff, AZ
Jerome, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Azusa, CA
Baldwin, CA
Cupertino, CA
Garden Grovei CA
Rialto, CA
South El Monte, CA
Arcata, CA
Atascadero, CA
Baldwin Park, CA
Davis, CA
ka, CA
gette, CA
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177 Vermont Town Meetings
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d the Freeze in the november 1982
elections
The Massachusetts, Oregon, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maine, Vermont, Minnesota, Wisconsin,
Delaware, Iowa and New York State Legislau€res; the Kansas and Pennsylvania House of
sentatives, the California State Assemblgiand the Alaska, Maryland and Illinois Senates.
Referendums: 1 84-£
Ballot victories in 3 State Senatorial districts of Western Massachusetts -pov/80;
Boulder, Colcrado -Ncv/ 81; Framingham,; MA -Apr/82; Brattleboro, VT -Sept/ 82; Wi
Sept/ 82. On November 2 there will be Etatewide referendum votes on the Freeze in Arizona;
California; Oregon; Michigan, Rhode Island; ew Jersey: Montana Multilateral); North
Dakota and Washington, DC. Also on the ballot on Nov. 2 will be Chicago; New Haven, CT
Hamden, CT; Philadelphia Co; Kearney, NE; Thurston Co (Olympia, WA)W;ashoe Co (Renc
Izard Co, AK; Stone Co, AK; Independence Co, AK; Suffolk Co, NY; Meriden, CT; Butler
Erie Co, PA; Winnetka, IL; Denver, CO; Cook Co, IL; Dade Co (Miami, Fl);Nor- walk, CT;
NO. 3a=nisrd,CT; Soughbury, CT; W· ethersfield, CT; Manchester, CT; Torringo:n, CT; Springfield,
NO; and Columbia, MO. Three areas will voted on October 5 -North Star Borough
Fairbanks, AX) ;Anchorage, AK; and Juneau, AK.
Endorsements:
240 Catholic Bishogs. 109 national and international organizations have endorsed the
2-
What'§Wrong Witll Nuclear Weapons?
We' ve no reason for saying
that we will save ourselves
through the ' ilistinct for
selfp- reservatioiW.'e coil,d
destroy ourselves aiid the
world."
Margaret Mead, anthrc,I,ologist l
Alarmed by an international cliniatc th,71 i'n' creasingly presents nuclp.1 r
war as a rational possibility,s"everal hundred doctors and scientists
recently presente1( Ilie following warning to President Reagan ancl 10 Clairman Brezhnev:
1 Nitclear war. ever,a "limited"o,ie, would result in DEATI-1, INIURY
AND DISEASE on a.scale Iliat lias NO PRECEDENT in humati
1istory.
2 Medicald "isaster plannitig · fc,r nilclear war is meaningless. 1 hfire
would be NO POSSIBI_E MEDICAL RESPONSE. Most hosi,il:ils
woulcl l,e destroyed, niost niedic.al personnel dead or itiji,ievi, ni,s)t inedical supplies woulcl l,e utiavailable. Most " survivors"ivolilil
lie.
3 11ere is No [f:FIC1 IVE CIVIL DEFENSE. The 1)last, tliermal and
radiatiot, effects would Kill- EVEN THOSE IN SI-IELTERS, and
falloi,1 would reac h tl,s(e,who liacl bee,1 evacuatecl.
4 RECOVERY FROM A NLICI.EAR WAR WOULD BE IMI5(5)11}LE, 1 he ecor,omic, ccologic ancl cc,cial fabric on which hi,inan life
rests would I,c destry,)ed in the USA, the USSR and nillilf of tlie
rest of the worlcl.
5 In suin. THERE CAN BE NO WINNERS IN A NUCLWAR.
World-wide fallout wotild c.,ntaininate much of Iliebe kir
glivei,,ieiir;atlhioinngss.a,1,1 atmosl,lieric effects woukl severely dge all
Fhe i,iclear issue is not just a political issue. It is a spirittial issue as well. There are trelner,1((u,s 1„4)a,l costs to basing s"ecurity"on the
Ihieal to conu ilit mass inurdir and the willingness to il,vite Inass siticide.
I am convinced ti,at the
clitirch cannot be silent
while humaiiity faces the
threat of nuclear annihilalion.
If the church is true to
her mission,she mi,st call
for ali end to the arms
raceMi.,rl"iti -Llitlier Kilig, Jr,
But What About The Russians?
What About Our Natipnil Securityl
There is NO SECURITY in the nuclear age: there is NO DEFENSE
against nuclear weapons. Never before have the USA and the USSR
been less secure.We are both slated, if all-out nuclear war occurs, to be TOTALLY DESTROYED.
This cloes not. mean that tl,reats posed by the Soviet Union are to be
ig,Jored, nor does it mean Iliat Ihe fears and distrust which have growl,
tip on l)1(11, sides over tlie years are totally unfounded. It does mean that A RACE FOR NUCLEAR SUPERIORITY BETWEEN TI-IE USA AND THE USSR IS A RACE IN THE WRONG DIRECTION.
Tlie total explosive force of the combined nuclear arsenals of 1)oil 1atior,s is ALREADY equal to 2 0 TONS OF TN ]-for every man,
wonian and child on eartl.
A SINGLE U.S. Navy poseidon submarine carries ent,ugh destruc- live power to devastate EVERY CITY in tlie Soviet l)nion with a pi,pulation of over 1 50,000, and tl,is represents LESS 1 HAN 2%of the US force.
Nuclear War Would Mean Unprecedented Deatbs
ANERICAN DEATHS
IN MST WARS 1 -200,000 b
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Why Freeze the Arms Race?
While we build more weapo,is the Soviet Union will I,e (Ic,ing thi same. We live in a world of Il,reat and counter-threat, of force
counter-force. Both the LISA and the USSR are about to,Tiove tillew gelieration"of nuclear weapons so accurate tliat they willbeto wipe out"the weapons of the other nalici,, before tliey ate lauld And as technological advances make Illes, weapolis 111r(c, · " pthlaenlnee,nrspthaativoen to use them will be greate, a·,·„ever befr,ie. Sitc' started talking aix,ut the ne··to·;possess Ilie al,irt,o wage a nuclear w.1, a"t,ionally"and w"in it. Never i„Il,e hisic,ry of nauns have so niany plantied so calmly, or their ow,i de,nise,
I,Ievital,ly there will co,71e Ilie ino,nent of crisis when orie Ii,ition will clecil,e to push the I,iltion l,efore tlie otlier does. Aggressio,1 will be net witli retaliatio,1-Inu-re retaliatioann-d humanity Will co,Tip to judge,T,e,111, efore Il,e atc,m.
Ifyou lose,you are
a,ii)h,ilated.If you win,you stand only to lose.N (uclear)
war cotitains the germs of
double suicide."
Ge,e)ral MacArtl1),,
THE ONLY ROAD TO NATIONAL SIECURITY
IS TO REVERSE THE NUCLEAR ARMS
RACE,BUT TI-A{T CANNOT BE DONE
WITHOUT FIRST CALLING IT TO A HALT.
Althoi,gli the USA is al,c,ad in 50,Tle areas, and tlie USSR iii ouwix A ROUGI-1 BALANCE OF NUCLEAR FCR)CES NOW EXIS15. 1 hii ·xi round of Ille nuclear ,ir,7,5 race can only cre,ile new i,e,ils fc e peg,le cif the USA, tlie i,cople of the USSR, ancl for the eritite w
A Freeze is an Agreement to Stop.
To improve national and international security,
the United States and ttle Soviet Union should sic1,,thc. nuclear arms race.Specifically,they should adopt a mutual freeze on the testing,production and deployment
of nuclear weapotis aid, ofmissiles and new aircraft designedprimarily to deliver nticlearweapons. This is an essentialv, erifiable first step toward lessei,i,ig the risk of nt,clear war and reducing the ni,clear arsenals."
Frc,ti tlie " Call to I l,Ilt the Nlic-le,1,Arnis Race"
lolltw, ilig aclolitic,1, c.f, tlie Freeze, its :ernis slic,illd lie mYc,,li,ilecl ink, the nic,re I,trmal,cril foril, of a lic,ily.
C .1 A 4
Doiisil'I Military Spendilig 1-lelp 1 Citizells' Campaign for a Mlitual c9/1- k /ll<f 1(12)1/ 1
C)ur Econoniyl US/Sc,viet Halt to tlie Nuclear Arms Race
Tlliierican pco' l,le lose 1013,wl,11(1'11: lit,ily V,t,i,clitil, Is high. for tlie olisider a l)ilateral mora- 7
4,·incluslry K cal)ta,l Interixive a,icl retiuites IIglil;skilled, 1)g,l,ly t<riu,m 011 11uclear weaponf
p.c,rkers A glucly l(orie fc,r tle Mac liint<I Uliti,„in 1979, for deploymerit and testing to be
elile, 511w,)ed that If 1 1)I,lic,n Cli,Il,irs wer(t'ransferred frc1)1,military 1 tlie single ITiost crucial isfile
Iryto c ivil,an induslry. 14.0(}M{O)R[1)( 115 woulcl l,e created. If ' facilig htinianily today." 1 i
I milic)i, clollars were used l,y LI,Ile al,1 (Icc, al fic,vprn,nents to hire St,n,it,r M,irk 1-latficilil IN A 1-) EMOCI<ACY,
1,c·l.ic,·r, pc,lic r anti firenic1·,. 10.0(1(J MORI-1(11)5 wc,uld l,e create(I
R-1((6,)4)11)
il„iri if Il(,5,1,1,e i)I,lion (lollarc were ilied 1,h)irt'n,Ilitary perst)in,e|
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c,nly when Ilier,·14 em6)11, lili ,1|( sul)111(1)Ic,c t(}lil,I(lli'e LISA ,ilitl tile'
51 1 (11[ Ilie c 5(,14 f(1, 1,I(i,u<Ic·1,1 .ir,114 lai ('r e. ,.ilri,I.dy killing as we i USSR Ic, i,c I (111 il, atic| a coliterle<1|11.11011,1| C,1111palgll Ir litic|t(w'.lv Ic)
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n We I rust tlie Russians Not to 1:i, I„it I cli:I,r (1A' ),Ric 11.1, 1 1(11),134(7 (NY) I'*Ic·r Ri,cli,i,)INI) 1,Irl l l i,1„l V\ ,I.Iitit,t, 1, 111' 6' (ill,il)1,1)1, 1 fc,1 .1 millial US/Soviet Ii,ill Ic) 111<
111, R.1,,11, Ar,11„,1 LVl(,f 1„11 K A &1 ls,ii,IIi lu,Iel (c}r,glf g,1111)11 1.1,Il (17,,11'F('.11.1.,
Violate tlie Freeze? i kv„iky Lir,iic , 1'4,4,li(,1,11, 11 5{tri ic i· Ach 151(} Illl< IC'1, ),lillit, r,1(f'
111(I, re<7·e Is ver,flable l,y inc,1,19 of (1(1,(7 11(117A \'litch liolh Ihe USA I'lt·I,s(· 3,1 *I(rl, ic oupoil) 14, tile New Manli1.„1„l'i, 1) (c 'i ,4111(l,ic ,1,1 1,11 n,15 591 V ,c(
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t ic kin?I:c) Ilie agree,170,11 a-s- 11w),Ii,ivi, fic,tie fi,r vill,ileroils agre(3- r[ 511 {liclc)r('tlie pr(1,,r(,1,1 fc,r .1 lJSS/ c,virl ftc,tic, 1(1 ,rim Ic'I.r \1, ·1,1 ,I(ii. pie,by tlie 1eciple 1. ,14 for
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Appendix 3 to the Basic Plan
HOST AREA
Bennington Twp.
Bowling Green Twp.
Burlington Twp.
Edin Twp.
Fallsburg Twp.
Franklin Twp.
Granville Twp.
Granville Village
Hanover Twp.
Hanover Village
Hartford Twp.
Hartford Village
Heath City
Hopewell Twp.
Gratiot Village
Jersey Twp.
Liberty Twp.
Licking Twp.
McKean Twp.
Madison Twp.
Mary Ann Twp.
Monroe Twp.
Johnstown Village
Newark City
Newark Twp.
Newton Twp.
St. LouisvilleVill.
Perry Twp.
St. Albans Twp.
Al.exandria Village
Union Twp.
Hebron Village
Was.i ngton Twp.
Utica Village
RESIDENT
POPULATION
837
1, 052
904
971
653
1, 306
7,515
3,851
2,501
926
1,080
444
6,969
961
101
2,196
1, 300
4,128
1, 197
2, 758
1. 747
5,057
3,158
41, 200
3,179
3,309
37.5
1, 128
1, 946
486
7,054
2,035
3,021
2,221
LICKING
HOSI ARLA LI, Ii. IARY LHELT
INCOMING
RELOCATEES
1, 448
1, 820
1 1, 564
1, 680
1, 130
2,259
13,000
6,662
4,327
1, 602
1, 868
768
12,056
1,663
175
3,799
2,249
7,141
2,071
4, 771
3,022
8,748
5,463
70,930
5,500
5,725
649
1, 951
3,367
841
12,203
3,521
5,226
3,842
App 3 -10
RESULTING
POPULATION
2,285
2, 872
2,468
2,651
1, 783
3,565
20,5151
10,5133
6,828
2,528
2,948
1, 212j
19,025
2,624
276
5,995
3,549
11, 269
3,268
7,529
4,769
13,8053
8,621J
112, 13A
8,679
9,034
1,024)
3,079
5, 313
1, 327
19,2571
5,5563
8,244
6,063'
3 2.C,6 C7
36,901 104,646 466,
j PF CAT. PF CAT. CONGRE. (to
0-1 2-8 CARE inc
SPACES SPACES SPACES bsm
299
64
150
685 1, 802
16,860 23,395 38,120
650 5,604
823
1, 390 7,800 27,185
1, 529
58
278
836 2,601 7,466
485
1, 995 2,540 6,484
15,715 64,128 300,
122 5,783
105 940 24,616
1,485 15,800
I
LICKING
OH OHIO
ST-CO -MCD-PLACE-RSAC
39 089 005 0000 56J 2
FAC
NO.
1970 POP 107799
BUILDING NAME·
MCD 005 BENNINGTON TWP
SLA 0001
09441 BENNINGTON ELEM SCHOOL
MCD 025 ETNA TWP
SLA 0004
01601 ETNA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
09293 ODA PLNT INDSTRY BD 1
09294 ODA FD SO FRTLZR BD 3
09295 ODA CNSMR ANLTC LB BD
09296 ODA ANML PATHOLOGY BD
09297 ODA PLNT PST CNTRL BD
09298 BBL MSSN BPTST CHRCH
09299 J<F MACHINE
MCD 035 FRANKLIN TWP
SLA 0002
01402 JACKSONTOWN ELEM SCHL
09391 BRWNSVLL UNTO MTHOST C
MCD 035 FRANKLIN TWP
SLA 0002
03539 WATER WORKS
MCD 040 GRANVILLE TWP
SLA 0005
03403 OWEN CORNING RESEARCHB
09107 CO EMERG OPER CENTER
09491 GRANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
09709 GRANVILLE ELECTRIC PLN
SLA 0006
01801 PEOPLES BANK
01802 NEWARK TELE CO
01803 US POST OFFICE
01804 PUBLIC LIBRARY
01_805 GRANV I LLE ELEM SCHOOL .
01806 THEATER ARTS BLDG
01807 BARNEY SCI ALL DENISON
01808 DOANE LIBRARY
01809 SMITH HALL DENISON UNI
01810 CURTIS HALL WEST DENIS
01811 CURTIS HALL EAST DENIS
01812 LIFE SCI BLDG DENISON
NSS ALL FA ' Y LISTING
AS OF JUN 30, 1981
D
BLDG I
NUMBER R STREET NAME CITY
PLACE 0000 BENNINGTON TWP
VAN FOSSEN BY D BENNING
PLACE 0000 ETNA TWP
SR 310 AT SR 40 ETNA
14573 SW NATIONAL RD ETNA
NTNL RD AT TYLR ETNA
NTNL RD AT TYLR ETNA
NTNL RD, AT TYLR ETNA
NTNL RD AT TYLR ETNA
9733 SW TAYLOR RD ETNA
PK<LBRTY AT SR3 ETNA
PLACE 0000 FRANKLIN TWP
JCKSNTWN RD CSR JACKSON
NTNL RD CS R 40 BROWNSV
PLACE 1790 HEATH
70 E DORSEY MILL RD HEATH
PLACE 1625 GRANVILLE
77
69
43
13
93
FALLOUT SHELTER SPACES
ROUTE 16 GRANVIL 0
0 MI S GRNVLE S GRANVIL 85
210 NEWBURG ST GRANVIL 1
LANCASTER RD GRANVIL 0
119 E
131 E
203 E
217 E
308 N
W
BROADWAY
BROADWAY
BROADWAY
BROADWAY
GRANGER
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
COLLEGE +MULBE GRANVIL
SOUTH RD GRANDIL
SOUTH RD DENISO GRANVIL
NORTH RD GRANVIL
NORTH RD WASH D GRANVIL
NORTH RD WASH D GRANVIL
NORTH RD GRANVIL
PF
CAT
0
535
60
505
55
140
695
0
0
90 '
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
330
0
0
155
95
0
240
0
270
415
1760
0
0
0
855
0
0
0
0
0
130
295
0
0
0
0
595
RELATIVE BLAST
PROTECTION
CODE AND SPACES
PF PF PF C C
CAT CAT CAT TOTAL D FLOOR D TOTAL
1 2-3 4+ BSMT E 1-3 E BSMT
0 520
0 485
00
00
0 55
0 155
00
0 25
0
0
255
215
175
C
1250
1660
180
0
80
0
15
190
0
140
0 0 70 H
0 605 H
0 305 H
0 140 H
0 695 H
0 55 H
0 155 H
0 90 H
0 25 H
5 0 260 H
0 0 60
0
275
0
0
15
0
0H
140
155
95
255
455
175 H
400 H
0X
295 H
180 H
0E
210 E
595 H
0C
0C
0G
0C
0C
0G
0C
0C
0
0
6160 X
0
0
0
0
0
175
455
0
460
0
0
210
595
690
305
200
915
55
155
115
25
OD 200 683
0 0 81
118
142
134
284
61 3'
264
489
726
315
107
300
596
AGE 3090
CRP DESCRIP
SPACES CODE
F
1 OU
CONG. RSWS UPDT
CARE EFNE DATE
00 50 256 0 0 3 21 0676
0
0
0
0
0C
130 G
0I
0G
0G
650 X
170 G
0G
0 D0321 0975
0 80249 0975
0 80249 0975
0 80249 0975
0 BO 2 42 0975
0 80249 0975
0 E0531 0975
0 E0461 1075
0 0 3 21 0676
0 5 31 0676
0 25 0 3 43 0676
0 123
0 219
0 1925
0 70
0 4 51 0676
0 3 49 0676
A 0 3 22 0676
0 4 59 0676
0 5 55 0676
0 4 43 0676
0 1 4A 0676
0 3 26 0676
8 0 3 21 0676
E 0 4 71 0676
C 0 4 23 0676
0 0 2 26 0676
C 0 4 12 0277
C 0 4 12 0676
C 0 4 12 0676
E 0 4 23 0277
70 0
0 34
0
0 0 40 0 40 0
LICKING
OH OHIO
ST-CO -MCD-PLACE-RSAC
39 089 040 1625 56J 2
1970 POP 107799
FAC
BLDG
NO. BUILDING NAME NUMBER
MCD 040 GRANVILLE TWP
SLA 0006
01813 SWASEY CHAP DENISON 01814 TOWN U HOUSE DENISON U 01815 WHISTLER: S HOSP DENISH
01816 EAST HALL DENISON UNIV 01817 SHAW HALL DENISON UNIV 01818 BEAVER HALL W 01819 SAWYER HALL W 01820 CRAWFORD HALL
03134 GRANVILLE INN 314 E
03148 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH BL 03192 ROLAN THOMPSON 130 E
03193 CORNER REALITY 142 E
03194 AIDAS <GRANVILLE NEWS 111 N
03195 VILLAGE BEAUTY SALON 107 N
03410 GRNVLL ELEM SPCL CLASS 210 N
09101 BLAIR-KNAPP HALL
09102 SWIMMING POOL DENISON
09104 CHEMISTRY BLDG
09105 SHORNEY HALL E 09111 MIDDLE SCHOOL 100 N
09112 FIRST PRESBY CH ED BLD 131 N 09224 PHYSICAL PLANT BLDG
09428 BURKE HALL OF MUSIC +
09449 KING HALL DENISON U 09450 KAPPA KAPPA TAU SOR 116
09451 MONONOMY 115
09452 THRIFT SHOP 118 W 09453 CENTENARY UN METH ED C 132
09455 KAPPA ALPHA THETA 200
09456 PHI DELTA THETA FRAT 09458 SORORITY CTR DENISON U 202
09459 SOR DANCE CTR DENISON 201
09460 CENTENARY UN METH CH 116 E 09461 SELLER: S EDDY INS 116 W
09462 DINING HALL DENISON U 09463 DELTA CHI FRAT
09465 DOANE ART BLDG DENISON
09467 SHEPARDSON HALL DENISO 09468 GROCERY STORE 118 E 09470 FELLOWS HALL DENISON U 09487 GILPATRICK HOUSE W 09488 DOANE ADMIN BLDG
09494 SORORITY HOUSE
09495 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH W 09496 SORORITY HOUSE
09497 SORORITY HOUSE 136 N
NSS ALL FACl Y LISTING
AS OF JUNE 30, 1981
R STREET NAME CITY
PLACE 1625 GRANVILLE
RIDGE RD +NORT
RIDGE RD
RIDGE RD
RIDGE RD
NORTH RD
NORTH RD DENISO
NORTH RD RIDGE
RIDGE RD DENISO
BROADWAY
BROADWAY <MAIN
BROADWAY
BROADWAY
PROSPECT
PROSPECT
GRANGER ST
NORTH RD DENISO
WASHINGTON DR
SOUTH RD DENISO
NORTH RD DENISO
GRANGER ST
MAIN ST
SR 661
CHERRY ST
BURG ST
MULBERRY ST
MULBERRY ST
BROADWAY ST
MAIN ST
MULBERRY ST
FRATERNITY ROW
MULBERRY ST
MULBERRY ST
BROADWAY
BROADWAY ST
SOUTH RD
WASHINGTON RD
COLLEGE ST +BUR
RIDGE RD
MAIN ST
SOUTH RD +BURG
NORTH RD
SOUTH RD DENISO
SORORITY CIRCLE
BROADWAY
SORORITY CIRCLE
MULBERRY ST
H GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRNVILL
FALLOUT SHELTER SPACES
PF PF
CAT CAT
01
0
0
1
555
0
0
0
370
645
0
75
150
105
3S
70
0
50
300
825
0
545
220
280
220
70
70
55
70
85
350
50
165
0
240
240
260
75
50
120
100
190
40
75
545
1105
0
865
1200
350
350
1830
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1045
0
1280
1360
565
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
PF
CAT
2-3
00
0 240
00
505 0
00
00
00
1480 1065
00
225 0
00
00
00
00
00
1285 475
0 230
690 0
1840 315
195 605
305 0
00
00
00
00
00
00
70 0
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
465 0
00
00
00
715 0
00
00
RELATIVE BLAST
PROTECTION
CODE AND SPACES
PF C C
CAT TOTAL D FLOOR D TOTAL
4+ BSMT E 1-3 E BSMT
0E
0H
0H
0E
0E
0H
0H
1170 H
645
225
75
150
105
35
0H
475 H
230 H
325 H
0H
200 H
305
0H
0H
220 H
280 1
220 I
70
70
0I
0H
70 1
85 I
350
50
0H
0I
0H
0H
260
0H
50 1
0H
100 1
905 H
40 I
75 I
545 X
0X
310 X
360 X
360 X
1095 X
960 X
2340 X
0
0
0
0
0
0
80 X
1400 G
0G
2190 C
1950 X
0C
0
790 X
0X
0D
0D
0D
0
0
0D
0X
0D
0D
0
0
0X
1X
0X
195 X
0
0X
0D
840 X
0D
715 G
0D
220 D
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1170
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
475
230
515
0
170
0
0
0
255
335
260
0
0
315
0
70
85
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
145
0
295
1020
80
135
PAGE 3091
CRP DESCRIP
SPACES CODE
F
OU
CONG. RSWS UPDT
CARE EFNE DATE
528
665
177
575
500
438
389
1470
626
256
69
114
61
35
20
644
179
310
652
443
226
282
339
316
275
291
79
52
157
288
105
104
204
44
1404
198
182
183
260
960
95
335
179
480
135
139
E 0 4 31 0277
8 0 2 12 0676
D 0 4 42 0676
C 0 4 12 0676
C 0 4 12 0676
D 0 4 12 0676
D 0 4 12 0676
C 0 4 12 0676
0 4 11 0676
0 5 39 0676
0 4 59 0676
0 4 59 0676
0 4 53 0675
0 4 59 0676
D 0 3 29 0676
D 0 2 23 0676
A 0 4 23 0676
C 0 2 23 0676
D 0 4 12 0676
C 0 3 22 0676
0 4 31 0676
C 0 4 23 0676
D 0 4 23 0676
E 0 4 23 0676
E 0 4 19 0676
E 0 4 23 0676
0 4 53 0676
0 4 39 0676
E 05 19 0676
E 0 4 19 0676
E 0 4 19 0676
E 0 4 23 0676
0 4 31 0676
0 4 59 0676
C 0 4 29 0676
D 0 4 19 0676
E 0 4 23 0676
C 0 4 12 0277
0 4 52 0676
C 0 4 23 0676
E 0 4 23 0676
D 0 4 23 0676
E 0 4 23 0676
E 0 5 31 0676
E 0 4 23 0676
E 0 4 23 0676
I .
D
1
L
LICKING
CH OHIO
ST-CO -MCD-PLACE-RSAC
39 089 040 1625 56J 2
FAC
NO. BUILDING NAME
MCD 040 GRANVILLE TWP
1970 POP 107799
SLA 0006
09505 THEATER BLDG
09506 FRATERNITY HOUSE
09507 FRATERNITY HOUSE
09509 FRATERNITY HOUSE
09510 FRATERNITY HOUSE
09511 FRATERNITY HOUSE
09512 CLEVELAND HALL
09514 STONE HALL APTS
09515 BAPTIST EDUCATION BLDG
09527 COLWELL HOUSE
09528 SWASEY OBSERVATORY
09529 ALUMNI MEr FIELD HOUSE
09530 BETH EDEN ADMIN OFFICE
09532 MAINTENANCE BLDG
09533 SLATTER HALL
09703 OHIO BAPTIST CONVENTIO
09705 GRANVILLE MUSEUM
09706 ST LUKES EPISCOPAL
09728 WELSHS GROCERY
09729 DEEDS FIELD STADIUM
09730 FULLERS BASKETS
09731 SARGENTS MARKET
09735 TAYLOR PHARMACY
SLA 0010
02204 UNION TWP ELEM SCHOOL
02205 COLONIAL RESTURANT BLD
03573 LICKING CO CIVIL DEF
MCD 045 HANOVER TWP
SLA 0009
02106 LICKING VALLEY HIGH SC
02107 MASONIC LDG NO 338 F+A
09508 LICKING VALLEY JR HIGH
MCD 050 HARRISON TWP
SLA 0007
01901 LICKINS HTS JR HIGH
09329 LICKING HTS ELEM SCHOO
09330 LICKINS HTS SR HIGH
NSS ALL FAC i LISTING
AS OF JUNL 30, 1981
D
BLDG I
NUMBER R STREET NAME CITY
PLACE 1625 GRANVILLE
117 N MULBERRY ST
FRATERNITY ROW
FRATERNITY ROW
FRATERNITY ROW
FRATERNITY ROW
FRATERNITY ROW
COLLEGE ST
N PLUM ST
W BROADWAY
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
RIDGE RD DENISO GRANVIL
NORTH RD
WASHINGTON DR
RIDGE ROAD
N PEARL ST
NORTH RD
137 E BROADWAY
115 S BROADWAY
111 S BROADWAY
116 E BROADWAY
NORTH RD
128 E BROADWAY
126 E BROADWAY
132 E BROADWAY
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANV I '
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
GRANVIL
CO 135 AT HWY 3 GRANVIL
HWY 37 N OF CO GRANVIL
HWY 37 N OF CO GRANVIL
PLACE 1720 HANOVER
COUNTY RD 668 HANOVER
LICKNG VALLEY 6 HANOVER
COUNTY RD 668 HANOVER
PLACE 0000 HARRISON TWP
SUMMIT RD
SUMMIT ROAD
SUMMIT RD
SUMMIT
SUMMIT
SUMMIT
0
70
125
55
170
595
165
10
65
210
1955
220
0
80
350
135
110
20
105
310
FALLOUT SHELTER SPACES
U
RELATIVE BLAST
PROTECTION
CODE AND SPACES
PF PF PE PF C C
CAT CAT CAT CAT TOTAL D FLOOR D TOTAL
0 1 2-3 4+ BSMT E 1-3 E BSMT
00
00
00
00
00
0 0
0 15
0 345
00
00
0 130
00
00
0 0
0 455
00
0 65
00
00
0 220
00
0 0
00
0 325 0
140 35 145
200 0 180
0 325
35 0
10
0 01
0 OH
0 OH
0 OH
0 OH
0 OH
0 185 H
0' 290 H
0 185 H
0 11
0 85 H
0 OH
0 210 1
0 OH
0 OE
0 220
0 65
0 /40
0 240
0 355 X
0 110
0 20
0 105
0D
440 X
395 X
440 G
520 X
485 X
790 G
780 G
260 G
0D
85 G
165 X
0D
290 X
2230 X
0
0
0
0
0D
0
0
0
65
0
0
0
0
0
1065
340
190
215
85
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.
0
300
0
0
0
RAGE 3092
CRP DESCRIP
SPACES CODE
OU
CONG RSWS UPDT
CARE EFNE DATE
H 45 C 110 336
0 0 162
0 0 277
25 H OC 435
35 0 0
OH 2175 X 0
OH OC 325
OH 570 X 0
OH 240 X 0
52
164
71
157
198
194
878
459
225
241
63
42
210
72
1069
164
56
98
197
0
111
72
84
1138
134
585
D 0 4 23 0676
E 0 4 23 0676
D 0 4 12 0676
E 0 4 23 0676
E 0 4 12 0676
D 0 4 12 0676
E 0 4 23 0676
E 0 4 12 0676
D 0 4 29 2576
D 0 4. 23 C:6·-
A 0 4 23 21 -6
A 0 4 29 7.6-
E 0 4 23 576
8 0 4 2' '3
A 0 4 2
0 5 3.
0 3 2£
0 5 3-
0 4 52
BO 4 75
0 4 52 6,
0 4 52 0676
0 4 53 0676
D 0 3 21 0676
0. 4 59 0676
0 3 49 0676
8 0 3 22 0676
0 4 79 0676
8 0 3 22 0676
0 E0322 0975
0 E0321 0975
0 C0322 0975
0 280
0 180
0 0
0 0 3
0 0
0 0
0 270 0 45
0 0 0
0 0 0
Sjbi'
CALL TO HALT THE NUCLEAR
ARMS RACE
Proposal for a Mutual US-Soviet Nuclear Weapons Freeze
To improve national and international security,the United States and the Soviet Union should stop
the nuclear arms race.Specifically,they should adopt a mutual freeze on the testing,production and
deployment of nuclear weapons and of missiles and new aircraft designed primarily to deliver nuclear
weapons.This is an essential,verifiable first step toward lessening the risk of nuclear war and reducing the nuclear arsenals.
The horror of a nuclear holocaust is universally acknowledged. Today,the United States and the
Soviet Union possess 50,000 nuclear weapons. In half an hour, a fraction of these destroy all cities in the weapons can northern hemisphere. Yet over the next decade, the USA and USSR plan to build over 20,000 more nuclear warheads, along with a new generation of nuclear missiles and air- craft.
The weapon programs of the next decade, if not stopped, Will pull the nuclear tripwire tighter.
Counterforce and other n"uclear warfightings"ystems will improve the ability of the USA and USSR
to attack the opponent's nuclear forces and other military targets. This will increase the pressure on both sides to use their nuclear weapons in a crisis, rather than risk losing them in a first strike.
Such developments will increase hairtrigger readiness for a massive nuclear exchange at a time when economic difficulties, political dissension, revolution and competition for energy supplies may be rising worldwide. At the same time, more countries may acquire nuclear weapons. Unless we change this combination of trends, the danger of nuclear war will be greater in the late 19805 and 19905 than ever before.
Rather than permit this dangerous future to evolve, the United States and the Soviet Union should stop the nuclear arms race.
A freeze on nuclear missiles and aircraft can be verified by existing national means. A total freeze
can be verified more easily than the complex, SALT I and 11 agreements. The freeze on warhead pro- duction could be verified by the Safeguards of the International Atomic Energy Agency.Stopping the production of nuclear weapons and weapon-grade material and applying the Safeguards to US and Soviet nuclear programs would increase the incentive of other countries to adhere to the Nonprolifera- tion Treaty,renouncing acquisition of their own nuclear weapons,and to accept the same Safeguards.
A freeze would hold constant the existing nuclear parity between the United States and the Soviet Union. By precluding production of counterforce weaponry on either side, it would eliminate excuses for further arming on both sides. Later, following the immediate adoption of the freeze, its terms should be negotiated into the more durable form of a treaty.
A nuclear weapons freeze,accompanied by governmenta-ided conversion of nuclear industries, would save at least $100 billion each in US and Soviet military spending a(t today's prices)in 1981-1990. This would reduce inflation. The savings could be applied to balance the budget, reduce traexgeiosn. sim. prove services, subsidize renewable energy,or increase aid to povertys-tricken third world also raiseBeymsphlioftyinmgepnet.rsonnel to more labori-ntensive civilian jobs, a nuclear weapons freeze would
Stopping the US-Soviet nuclear arms race is the single most useful step that can be taken now to reduce the likelihood of nuclear war and to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons to more countries. This step is a necessary prelude to creating international conditions in which:
further steps can be taken toward a stable, peaceful international order;
the threat of first use of nuclear weaponry can be ended;
the freeze can be extended to Other nations; and
sthaefenfuroclmearnuacrsleeanraldseosntruaclltisoidne.s can be drastically reduced or eliminated, making the world truly
For list of endorsers and to endorse the Freeze Proposal,see last page.
Revised April 1982
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Statement on tile Nuclear Weapons Freeze Proposal
cope of the Freeze
1) Underground nuclear tests should be suspended, pending
final agreement on a comprehensive test ban treaty.
2)There should be a freeze on testing, production and
deployment of all missiles and new aircraft which have
nuclear weapons as their sole or main payload. This includes:
US Delivery Vehicles Soviet Delivery Vehicles
In Production: in Production:
Improved Minuteman ICBM SS-19 ICBM
Trident I SLBM SS-N-18 SLBM
Air-launched cruise missile SS-20 IRBM
ALCM) Backfire bomber
In Development In Development
MX ICBM SS-17, SS-18, SS-19
Trident 11 SLBM ICBM improvements
Long-range ground-and sea- New ICBM
launched cruise missiles New SLBM (SS-N-20)
GLCM, SLCM)
Pershing 11 1RBM
New bomber
3)The number of land-and submarine-based launch tubes
for nuclear missiles should be frozen. Replacement subs
could be built to keep the force constant, but with no
net increase in SLBM tubes and no new missiles.
4)No further MIRVing or other changes to existing
missiles or bomber loads would be permitted.
ational
means of verification with high confidence.
All of the above measures can be verified by existing
The following measures cannot be verified nationally
with the same confidence, but an effort should be made to include them:
5)Production of fissionable material (enriched uranium
and plutonium) for weapon purposes should be halted.
6)Production of nuclear weapons (bombs) should be halted.
There are two arguments for attempting to include these
somewhat less verifiable steps. First, with a halt to additional
and new delivery vehicles, there will be no need for
additional bombs. Thus, production of weapon-grade fissionable
material and bombs would probably stop in any event. Second, the establishment o f a universal ban on production
of weapon-grade fissionable material and nuclear
bombs, verified by international inspection as established
now for non-nuclear-weapon states under the Nonproliferation
Treaty and the International Atomic Energy Agency,
would greatly strengthen that Treaty and improve the pects for halting the spread of nuclear pros- weapons.
The Agreement to Freeze
The US and Soviet governments should announce a oratorium on all further testing, production and deployent
of nuclear weapons and nuclear delivery vehicles, to
e verified by national means. The freeze would be folowed
by negotiations to incorporate the moratorium in a treaty. The negotiations would cover supplmentary verifi- cation measures, such as IAEA inspections; and possible desirable exceptions from the freeze, such as an occasional confidence test.
This procedure follows the precedent of the 1958-61
nuclear-weapon test moratorium, in which testing was suspended
while the USA, USSR and UK negotiated a partial
test ban treaty.
Relation to SALT Negotiations
The bilateral freeze is aimed at being introduced in the
early 1980s, as soon as sufficient popular and political support
is developed to move the governments toward its
adoption.
The freeze would prevent dangerous developments in the
absence of a SALT treaty. It would preclude exploitation
of loopholes in past treaties and, at the same time, satisfy
critics who are concerned that the SALT process may not
succeed in stopping the arms race.
The freeze does not replace the SALT negotiating process,
but should supplement and strengthen it. The freeze
could be adopted as a replacement for SALT 11 or as an
immediate follow-on, with the task of putting the moratorium
into treaty language the job of SALT III.
The Case for a Nuclear-Weapon Freeze
There are many reasons to support a halt to the nuclear
arms race at this time:
ParitTyh-ere is widespread agreement that parity exists
between US and Soviet nuclear forces at present.
Avoiding N"uclear Warfighting"DevelopmenTtshenext
generation US and Soviet nuclear weapons improve
nuclear warfighting"capabilitiethsa-t iS, they improve
the ability to knock out the enemy's forces in what is
termed a l"imited"nuclear exchange. Having such capa- bilities will undermine the sense of parity, spur further
weapon developments and increase the likelihood of
nuclear war in a crisis, especially if conflict with conven- tional weapons has started. It is of overriding importance
to Stop these developments.
Stopping the MX and New Soviet ICBMSsp-ecifically, a freeze would prevent the deployment of new and improved
Soviet ICBMs, which are expected to render US ICBMs
vulnerable to preemptive attack. This would obviate the
need for the costly and environmentally-destructive US
mobile MX ICBM, with its counterforce capability against
Soviet ICBMs. That, in turn, would avoid the pressure for
the USSR to deploy its own mobile ICBMs in the 1990s.
Stopping the Cruise MissilTeh-e new US cruise missile,
just entering production in an air-latinched version and still in development in ground-and sea-launched versions, threatens to make negotiated, nationally-verified nuclear
arms control far more difficult. Modern, low-flying, terrain-guided cruise missiles are relatively small and cheap and can be deployed in large numbers on virtually any launching platform: not only bombers, but also tactical aircraft, surface ships, tactical submarines, and various ground vehicles. They are easy to conceal and, unlike ICBMs, their numbers cannot be observed from satellites. If the United States continues the development and pro- duction of cruise missiles,the USSR will be likely to follow suit in 5-10 years; and quantitative limits on the two sides will be impossible to verify. A freeze would preclude this development.
Preserving European SecuritAy-freeze would also pre- vent a worsening of the nuclear balance in Europe. To
date, the USSR has replaced less than half of its mediumrange
nuclear missiles and bombers with the new SS-20
missile and Backfire bomber.The United States is planning
do add hundreds of Pershing 1 1 and ground-launched
luise missiles to the forward-based nuclear systems in
urope,capable of reaching the USSR. Negotiations con- eployed are likely to leave Europe with more nuclear arms
ucted after additional Soviet medium-range weapons are
n both sides and with less security than it has today. It is
important to freeze before the Soviet weapons grow to
large numbers, increasing pressure for a US response and
committing both sides to permanently higher nuclear force
levels.
Stopping the Spread of Nuclear ArmTsh-ere is a slim
chance of stopping the spread of nuclear weapons if the
two superpowers stop their major nuclear arms race. The
freeze would help the USA and USSR meet their legal and
political obligations under the Nonproliferation Treaty. It
would make the renunciation of nuclear weapons by other
countries somewhat more equitable and politically feasible.
In addition, a US-Soviet freeze would encourage a halt
in the nuclear weapon programs of other countries which
are known or believed to have nuclear weapons or nuclearweapon
technology. These are Britain, France and China,
with publicly acknowledged nuclear weapon programs,
and India, Israel and South Africa, without acknowledged
progranis.
TiminTghe-re is a unique opportunity to freeze US and
Soviet nuclear arms in the early 1980s. The planned new US and Soviet ICBMs and the US Pershing 11 and groundlaunched
cruise missile are not scheduled to enter production
until 1982 or later. The Soviets have offered to negoti- ethe further deployment of their medium-range nuclear irces and submarine-based forces. Given the pressure to Ispond to new weapons on both sides and the existing clear parity, an equally opportune time for a freeze may trecur for many years.
Popular AppeaCla-mpaigns to stop individual weapon systems are sometimes treated as unilateral disarmament
or circumvented by the development of alternative systems.
The pros and cons of the SALT 11 Treaty are too technical for the patience of the average person. In con- trast, an effort to stop the development and production of
all US and Soviet nuclear weapons is simple, straight- forward, effective and mutual; and for all these reasons it
is likely to have great popular appeal. This is essential for creating the scale of popular support that is needed to make nuclear arms control efforts successful.
Economic BenefitAslt-hough nuclear forces take only a small part of US and Soviet military spending, they do cost some tens of billions of dollars annually. About half of
these funds go to existing nuclear forces, while half are budgeted for the testing, production and deployment of
new warheads and delivery systems. A nuclear weapons
freeze, accompanied by government-aided conversion of
nuclear industries to civilian production, would yield
several important economic benefits:
About $300 billion each (at 1981 prices)would be saved
by the United States and the Soviet Union over the period
from 1981 to 1990 in unnecessary military spending.
The savings could be applied to balance the budget;
reduce taxes; improve services now being cut back; subsidize
home and commercial conversion to safe, renewable
energy resources; or increase economic aid to povertystricken
third world regions, thereby defusing some oT the
tinderboxes of international conflict.
With the shift of personnel to more labor-intensive
civilian jobs, employment would rise. At the same time,
the highly in flationary pressure of military spending would
be mitigated.
Verification
The comprehensive nature of a total freeze on nuclear
weapon testing, production and deployment (and, by
implication, development)would facilitate verification.
Long-range bomber and missile production would be
proscribed. The letter of assurance attached to the draft
SALT 11 Treaty that the USSR will not increase its rate of
production of Backfire bombers indicates not on'ly deployment
but also production of the relatively large aircraft
and missiles in question can be observed with considerable
confiddnce. While concealed production and stockpiling of
aircraft and missiles is theoretically possible, it would be
extraordinarily difficult to accomplish with no telltale construction
or supply. Any attempt would require the building
or modification of plants and the development of new
transport lines that are not operational at present. It would
also involve high risks of detection and high penalties in
worsening relations without offering any significant strate- gic advantage.
Verification of a ban on tests of missiles designed to
carry nuclear weapons can be provided with high confidence
by existing satellite and other detections systems.
Here, too, a comprehensive approach is easier to verify
than a partial or limited one.
Verification of aircraft, missile and submarine deployments,
by speci fic quantity, is already provided urider the
terms of the SALT Il and SALT 1 Treaty language. Verifying
no additional deployments or major modifications will
be considerably easier, in fact, than checking compliance
ewnitvhirosnpmeceifnict. numerical ceilings in a continually changing
Verification of a comprehensive nuclear weapon test
ban, the subject of study and negotiation for many years, has been determined to be possible within the terms of the existing draft comprehensive test ban treaty.
Initiatives Toward the Freeze
Either the United States or the Soviet Union could initiate movement toward the freeze by taking modest, unilateral steps that miloauldr: demonstrate its good faith, start movement in the right direction, and make it easier for the other country to take a r exasmtepple., either country could:
Undertake a three-month moratorium on nuclear test explosions, to be extended if reciprocated. 2. Stop further deployment, for a specified period, of one new strategic weapon or improvement of an existing weapon. 3. Draw up and publish comprehensive conversion plans for the nuclear facilities and employment that would be affected by a freeze, as a sign of serious commitment to the goa.
Endorsen of a Bilateral Nuclear Weapons Freeze ( partial list)
Bella Abzug,President
Women USA *
Annual Meeting of American Baptist Churches
oan Baez, Singer
Hans Bethe, Nobel Laureate, Prof. Emeritus
ornellU.*
T.Berry Brazelton, M.D. Pediatrician
viv Helen Caldicott, M.D.,President
Physicians for Social Responsibility*
131 Catholic Bishops
Richard Celeste, former Director
US Peace Corps*
Owen Chamberlain,Nobel Laureate,
Professor of Physics
U.of CA,Berkeley-
Church Women United
Council for a Liveable World
Arthur Macy Cox,
American Committee on East-West Accord*
Harvey Cox, theology
Harvard University*
Bishop James Crumley, President
Lutheran Church in AmericaL (CA)*
Frank Currano,New Haven, CT
Central Labor Council*
Freeman Dyson,Institute ofAdvanced Studies,
Princeton.N.J.*
Richard Falk, International Law
Princeton U.*
Bernard Feld, Editor-in-Chief
Bulletin ofAtomic Scientists*
Friends of the Earth
eymour Maxwell Finger,
ormer Ambassador to the UN
Roger Fisher, Williston Prof. of Law
Harvard U.*
Mayor John Ford
Tuskegee,AL*
Randall Forsberg,President,
Institute for Ddense D &isarmament Studies*
14th World Methodist Council
Miriam Frielander,
N.Y.City Councilwoman*
John Kenneth Galbraith,economics
Harvard U. *
Ed Gray, Director, N.J. Region 9,
United Auto Workers*
LaDonna Harris, Native American activist
VP Candidate.Citizen' s Party 1980*
Theodore Hesburgh, Pres.
Notre Dame U.*
High-Technology Professionals for Peace
Archbishop Iakonos,Greek Orthodox
Diocese ofNorth S&outh Americao
Rev. William A. Jones, Jr.,past president
Progressive Black Baptist Conv.-
Alan Kay, Founder and former president
Auronetics*
Rev. F.D. Kirkpatrick,
Black Theology Project of America
George Kistiakowsky, former
Science Advisor to Presidents
Madeline Kumin, Lieutenant Governor, VT
Labor Committee for Safe Energy and
Full Employment
Betty Lall, Arms Control Expert
Cornell University*
Rear Admiral, US Navy (ret)Gene R. La Rocque,
CenterforD« fense Information•
Joseph E. Lowery, Pres.
Southern Christian Leadership Conference*
National Assembly of Women Religious
National Association of Social Workers
National Conference of Black Mayors
National Council of Churches
National Federation of Priests Councils
Nurses Alliance for the Prevention of Nuclear War
Linus Pauling,Nobel Laureate,Chem.
Physicians for Social Responsibility
Archbishop John R. Quinn (Catholic)
San Francisco Diocese,CA*
Bonnie Raitt, Singer
George Ratkiens,Arms control expert
Massachusetts Inst.of Technology*
Rabbi Alexander Schindler, President,
Union ofAmerican Hebrew Congregations-
State Senator Richard Schneller,CT
Archbishop Daniel Sheehan (Catholic)
Omaha Diocese,NEPaul
Simon,Musician
Sojourners
Trade Unionists for Democratic Action
Union of American Hebrew Congregations
Unitarian Universalist Assoc.
United Presbyterian Church,USA
Maurice M. Veneri, Pres.
NJ Industrial Union Council*
Victor Weisskopf,Physics
Massachusetts Inst.of Technology*
Ralph Weymouth,Vice-admiral US Navy (ret)
William Winpisinger, President,
International Assn.of Machinists*
Herbert York,Former Director of US
Ddense Research and Engineering
YWCA OF USA
Iorganizations for identificadon only
Action Suggestions
1. Endorse the Freeze Proposal by checking the box below and sending in the coupon. Make copies of the Call and send them to three friends.
2. Identify three leaders in your community. Send them the Call and follow up by telephone or in person. Send names of prominent
endorsers you secure to the address below.
3. Get the organizations to which you belong to endorse the Freeze Proposal and send a letter stating support to the address below.
4. Use a petition-format of the Freeze Proposal for house- to-house and large-meeting canvassing and to gather names and funds for local
newspaper ads calling for a bilateral nuclear weapons freeze.
5. Initiate town, city, county, and state government resolutions,or local and statewide referenda,in support of the freeze.
6. Create a citizens' group to take petitions, resolutions and other expressions of support for a freeze to discuss with your Representative,
Senators and Governor. Learn their opinions and work for their support and endorsement of the freeze.
Mail the coupon below to the local contact listed. If none is listed,mail to:
Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign,National Clearinghouse,4144 Lindell Blvd.,Suite 404,St. Louis, MO 63108.
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Council Minutes May 18, 1983

REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
MAY 18, 1983
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 Bartlett
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Avery
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Bartlett moved to excuse absentee member Harriott. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
MINUTES
May 4, 1983 -Regular Council Meeting -Vice Mayor Davison moved that the minutes
of May 4, 1983, be approved as submitted. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
John J. Cassell
Carol Gee
Rev. Edward N. Burdick
Jean Barnes, Sentinel
Robert Teusher, Joseph Baker &Assoc.
Charles Kimsey
Bob Briner
Molly Amspaugh, Advocate
Mr. John J. Cassell, representing St. Luke' s Episcopal Church, appeared this evening to express concerns of the Church in regards Plan approved to the Opera House Park by Council in principal at the regular meeting of April 20th. Concerns expressed were:
Plantings on the east side of the park not only will block the view of St. Luke' s but block the main fire door, and; long established fire alley - will disappear in the new park.
Has the Park Plan been approved by the Fire Department for safety?
Planned maintenance and repair for the Church' s west wall will be difficult to accomplish when the new plantings along that side are in place, and; would the Church be responsible if plantings would be destroyed, due to the heavy equipment needed to make repairs?
The Church had previously indicated their preference to a grassy area with plantings and walkways used sparingly. The plan indicates a feeling of look, but don' t step off the path. 1
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A request that Council rescind their previous motion to put the project in
the hands of the Opera House Park Improvement Committee, which will implement
a plan the Church is opposed to and that Council consider an
alternative that would be more satisfactory to St. Luke' s.
Objection to the Committee handl ing funds for the project rather than the
Village treasury. (It was explained to Mr. Cassell that the Granville
Foundation has offered to be custodian of any park funds)
It was further noted, that the Opera House Park Improvement Committee was appointed by Council, therefore accountable to Council.
Rev. Edward Burdick, St. Luke' s Episcopal Church, also appeared to speak this
evening regarding the recent meeting of the Park Committee. As an observer,
he still was not clear as to what the park' s specifications were, indicating
that a great deal of the information was vague. Finally, Rev. Burdick felt
that St. Luke' s was being treated differently than the other Churches on the Village Square. He said the option for the Church to build an eductional
building some day was not offered to St. Luke' s. He also felt that from St. Luke' someone s should be involved on the committee.
A letter Was submitted outlining comments made this evening, the church' s position, objections and concerns. Mayor Gallant directed the Clerk to duplicate the letter for members of Council and turn the original over to the Opera House Park Improvement Committee. A( copy of that letter is attached) Following a lengthy discussion, a direction was made that Mr. Chambers
give 24 hour notice of any forthcoming meeting of the Park Committee, and that Rev. Burdick be notified of any future meetings.
NCeowmmBeunstsinfersosm. Mr. Chuck Kimsey were waived until later on in the meeting under
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 and reviewed. Follow- ing discussion, a motion to approve the Manager' s Report was, made by Councilmember Schnaidt, seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Toofwnship Trustees Meeting -Vice Mayor Davison reported on the recent meeting the Township Trustees, held last week.
He said BeechwoodT/hornewood Drive Improvement was discussed briefly, The Trustees don' t feel they have any obligation to help financially.
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Township Trustees Meeting Continued -Continuing, Mr. Davison felt the Trustees
would participate in the Opera House Park if a gazebo was built and only a modest participation if there was no gazebo.
Streets &Sidewalks Committe -Mayor Gallant commented that the meeting scheduled
for Monday, May 16th, was cancelled and will be. need to be rescheduled.
Opera House Park Improvement Committee -Vice Mayor Davison stated that he was
sorry to hear the kind of input received tonight, and felt that ample time was given to get input. He said the Committee has been working very hard to get
the park underway and this kind of input could overturn all the work done to
date. He said the Committee welcomes input, but the project has to move forward and unfortunately not to everyone' s liking.
The next stage on the park project is to get prices on grading and drain tile
St. Luke' s drains).He said St. Luke' s architect has been notified that they will be responsible for the tiles.
Finally, a $1,000, anonymous donation was received for the park and will used be to purchase a dozen or so trees to screen the alley. Mr. Davison said the finances for the park will be limited.
Safety Committee -Manager Plunkett reported that the Ohio Board of Building
Standards public hearing on the certification of the Village of Granville to exercise enforcement authority according to the Ohio basic building code and allow the city of Newark to perform all inspections, will be held Friday, September 9, 1983, at 10: 00 a.m..
Lubw# zEulml2*4T@raende i-sMaanasgaerfePtyluhnakzeattrds. tatTehde Othhaiot tPhoeweEr lmCotmrepe# won' twita*nd th«noughZ . u/- down for free if we do it right ny will cut the entire tree have to now. He said in his opinion the tree will come down before the end of the year.
Following a brief discussion, Council directed the Manager to ask the Ohio Tree Surgery if theywould give another opinion in writing after leafing, and would they do the assessment free.
Manager Plunkett was given authority to have the Elm tree removed if the opinion from the tree specialist states that the tree should be removed.
Manager Plunkett commented perhaps a sizeable tree could be purchased for that location, such as another type of elm, one that is more resistant to disease. For that reason, a Resolution to apply for a grant for the planting foofr shCaoduenctriel' es and miscellaneous related works is on the agenda this evening s consideration.
OLD BUSINESS
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It was mentioned at this time that some sign code violations were occuring in the Village. It was suggested that perhaps the press could mention this item as a public service in their editorial and that the zoning ordinance, and; new sign code will be enforced.
Dave Woodyard -Clarification of OwnershipS/ewer Service Line - Manager Plunkett stated that he contacted members of Council who were serving in 1973, tahned Vthiellyagcean. not recall any decision as to the sewer service line belonging to
Following a brief discussion, Manager Plunkett was directed to inform Mr.
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Woodyard that the sewer service line belongs to him. If Mr. Woodyard still believes
that the line belongs to the Village, he can appeal to Council regarding
the decision.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 16-83, "An Ordinance Awarding An Issue Of $40,000 Wildwood Drive
Improvement Bonds, And Declaring An Emergency"w,as introduced and title read
in its entirety by Councilmember Avery.
Councilmember Avery read Section V, in its entirety (Emergency Section),
and moved for passage. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Roll call
vote: Avery-yes, Schnaidt- yes, Miller-yes, Bartlett-yes, Davison- yes, Gallantyes,
Harriott-absent. Six yes votes and one absent. Emergency Section V,
duly passed.
Council at this time reviewed the bids for the bonds identified in Ordinance
No. 16-83, which were received and opened May 18, 1983, at 2: 00 p.m..Following
a brief review and discussion, the following motion was made:
Councilmember Avery moved for the adoption of Ordinance No. 16-83, with the
bid award to Magnus &Company of Cincinnati, Ohio, for the bonds to bear interest
at the rate of 8. 5 per centum (8-1/2%) per annum, with a premium of
32. 50, as the highest bid based on the lowest rate of interest received for
the Bonds. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Averyyes,
Schnaidt-yes, Miller-yes, Bartlett-yes, Davison yes, Gallant-yes, Harriottabsent.
Six yes votes and one absent. Ordinance No. 16-83 duly adopted. A
copy of the bids on the bonds is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Resolution No. 83-20, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Submit An Applica- tion For A Grant From The United States Small Business Administration For The
Planting Of Shade Trees And Miscellaneous Related Works In Parks And Public
Areas", was introduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 83-20. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried. Resolution No. 83-20 duly passed.
Resolution No. 83-21, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Submit An Applica- tion To The Ohio Historic Preservation Office For A Renovation Matching Grant
For The Village Municipal Building", was introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of Resolution No. 83-21. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. A brief discussion followed. Motion carried. Resolution No. 83-21 duly passed.
Resolution No. 83-22, A" Resolution To Direct The Clerk Of Council To Submit A Letter To The President Of The United States, Et Al.,Endorsing The C" all To Halt The Arms Race"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Council- member Bartlett.
Councilmember Bartlett moved for passage of Resolution No. 83-22. Motion Ysecond2ed'1b=.*y Vice Mayor Davison. A lengthy discussion followed. 1' SL.
Councilmember Bartlett moved to table Resolution No, 83-22, for two weeks, until the next regular meeting of Council. (June 1, 1983).Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Discussion on motion. Call on the motion: Five ayes, fooner tnwaoy ,'waenedkso.ne member absent. Motion carried. Resolution No. 83-22 tabled
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Request For Water &Sewer Service -Charles Kimsey
Mr. Charles Kimsey appeared this evening to appeal and to Council for Village water sewer service for a parcel of land on Weaver Drive. He said he has a pur- chase option on a two and a half acre parcel, and is interested in developing
a 25,000 square foot shopping center on the property. Mr. Kimsey said he was not opposed to annexation to the Village if that' s what is needed to obtain Village water and sewer service, but felt he could not be the agent to iniate the petition. Mr. Kimsey stated further, that he needs to make a capital in- vestment before the end of the calendar year and was operating under a time constraint and could not wait for annexation. The proposed shopping center would have to be in operation before the end of the year. He said he would be willing to give the Village $20,000.00 up front, if he could get the water and sewer service within the time frame needed.
Mr. Kimsey said he has not approached the Township about his proposal, but if he has to drill wells and apply to the EPA for an aeration system, he would not be in favor of annexation.
Mr. Robert Teusher,Joseph Baker &Associates, presented a rough architectural sketch of Mr. Kimsey' s proposed shopping center on Weaver Drive. During discussion, Councilmember Avery pointed out that it was quite clear that the Village could not provide sewer and water without annexation, and that a lot depends on the property owners in that area. Mayor Gallant commented that
developed. Councilmember Schnaidt commented that he would like to encourage
Council has discussed the advantages of annexing this area, not only for tax revenues but also the opportunity to have some say in how the area would be
the residents in this area to seek annexation to the Village. Village Manager, Douglas Plunkett commented that he has talked with a few of the property owners who are interested, but none are willing to iniate the petition. Following a lengthy question and answer session, Mayor Gallant appointed an ad hoc annexation committee to see what action could be taken to encourage annexation in this area. Those appointed to the annexation committee: Council- member Schnaidt, Vice Mayor Davison and Councilmember Avery.
Other Items of Interest/ Business
Memorial Day Observance -Mayor Gallant stated that Ruth Sipe had contacted him Mtoemseoeriail f he would appoint a committee who would head up the planning committee for War Day Observances. She said the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil are disbanding this year and she was looking for some patriotic organization to take their place. She said the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War have been active co-sponsors since its beginning in Granville. There would be some expenditures but very small. The County Commissioners do allocate some monies for the observance, but it would have to be a patriotic group. She did not feel that the Granville PostA-merican Legion would want to sponsor the pro-. ygeraamr obynlythehmavseel4v8es. She mentioned that the flags that they have been using every stars,so she would like to see them replaced. The only other large expense would be the printing of programs. Mrs. Bev Pausch who has been printing the program free of charge in memory of her husband, i(f Mshaenycotimuledsnothelonsgpeearkperrovide this service)a,nd the cost of paying the speaker. Mayor returns the money. organizatiGonasllant asked members if they would check to see if any of the local ones, and if anoyrongerouwposuldwobueldinctoenrseisdteerdbuying some new flags to replace the old in being co-sponsors.
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Page 6 of 6
Annexation Hearing/ Newark Road to Denison Drive -Manager Plunkett reminded members
of the annexation hearing to be held by the County Commissioners
Thursday, May 19, 1983, at 10:00 a.m..
He mentioned the zoning for Paul Kent' s property. The property was formerly
zoned Commercial by the Township and asked if Council would consider the same
zoning if the annexation goes through.
Rob Drake invited anyone who is in favor of the annexation to go to the hearing.
He said it helpful to the Commissioners to know how many are interested.
Insurance -Manager Plunkett mentioned that we will need to let bids out in
August, this year. He said that he has a proposal from Madison-Collins Insurance
Agency to perform a risk management survey free of charge in preparation for these
bids.
Newark Chambers of Commerce -Manager Plunkett asked if any of the members would
like to speak in his place at the 1983 Business/ Governement Leaders Dinner on
Thursday, May 26th, the Public Affairs Division of the Newark Area Chambers of
Commerce is holding at the Licking Springs Trout Club? Mr. Davison said he was
attending but did not wisb to speak.
Jury Duty -Manager Plunkett mentioned that he may have to serve and has taken
the liberty to ask Harold (Buck) Sargent if he would be willing to serve as Interim Manager if it would require him missing a good deal of time. A special meeting of Council would be scheduled if necessary.
National League of Cities -Manager Plunkett asked if the NLC' anyone was interested in s membership. No response.
Memorial Day Parade -Mrs. Ruth Sipe has invited members to walk as a group in the parade. Those who are planning to participate are to meet in front of St. Luke' s Church at 10: 30 a.m.,May 30th.
Mayor Gallant said he would not be in town during Memorial Day Services. Vice Mayor Albert W. Davison will serve in Mayor Gallant' s place, Councilmember Avery mentioned that he was planning on participating.
With no further business to discuss, the meeting adjourned at 9: 40 p.m.f,ollow- ing a motion by Councilmember Miller and seconded by Vice Mayor Davison.
CZ*E.. 1k-ill,
Clerk of Council v
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Mayoy'
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
I, Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council, of the Village of Granville, Ohio, do htaekreenbyMcayer1ti8f,y that the foregoing minutes are true and exact copies of the minutes 1983.
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1 40,000
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO
WILDWOOD DRIVE IMPROVEMENT BONDS
TABULATION OF BIDS RECEIVED
As Clerk of Council of the Village of Granville, on May 18, 1983, the following Ohio, I certify that Village bids for the bonds identified above of the Eastern were received by me for the Director of Finance until 2: 00 P.M., Daylight Savings Time, of such day at which time the bids were opened and read publicly:
Name of Bidder
Sweney Cartwright &Co.
William G. Pansius
Magnus &Company
Seasongood &Mayer
Dated: May 18, 1983
Interest Rate
9%
9-1/4%
8-1/2%
8-7/8%
Premium
52. 00
32. 50
72. 00
l.1114*,
Clerk of CoUunycil t.t/--AZ I2£»f·J
Village of Granville, Ohio
MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
No Helmet or eye protection on Motorcycle Total Violations
Balance of Bond Monies Letal from previous month Collected for present month unt paid into General Fund
unt paid to State (RRR &GRF)
unt paid in refunds or overpayments
ance bond monies remaining in account
53
90.00
3199.00
387.00
471. 00
2356.00
75. 00
5Z
0-
1713.00
279.00
20.00
1324.00
90.00
53
916.00
3106.00
504.00
792. 00
2576. 00
150.00
April 1983 .March 1983 April 1982
1rkinq Tickets Issued 34 13 40
tations: 49 Compl ai n ts: 4
StoD Sign 3 1 1
AtoD Signal 2 4 4
SDeed 26 27 21
Imgrover Turn 1
Juvenile Court 1 2 2
Drivina Under Influence of Alcohol 5 4
Reckless ODeration 2 1
Exoired Plates 3 2 2
No M/C Endorsement 2 1 2
Open Container 4 3
lure to Yield 1 1 2
ealinq Tires 1 1
No Operators License 1 1 3
Attempted Petty Theft 1
T
Criminal Damage 1
Petty Theft 2
Disturbing the Peace 1
Barking Dogs 1
Passing Bad Checks
1
Failure to Register
2
2
1
1
April 1983 March 1983 April 1982
lure. to Yield 2
minal Trespass 1
Public Indecency 1
Complicity 3
Criminal Mischief 2
Falsification of Driver License 1
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WATER DEPARTMENT
MANAGER' S REPORT
Total Gallons. Pumped
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
Misc. Customer Service Requests
Remotes or Meters Replaced
Remotes or Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired
Water Taps
Police Telephone Calls
Police Radio Calls
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
West sludge lagoon was cleaned.
April 1983
30,220,000
1,007,000
0
n
n
6
n
n
437
1, 726
March 1983
29,020,000
936.000
0
6
0
3
6
0
0
414
1. 582
Cle81<
April 1982
39,228,000
1, 308,000
4
0
343
1,297
1
6
0
16
2
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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
April 1983
18,000,000 (Est.)
600,000 (Est.)
3
1, 500 Ft.
7. 38 In.
March 1983 April 1982
15,500,000 (Est.) 18,200,000
500,000 (Est.) 607,000
0 2
3,500 Ft.
1. 50 In.
1,500 Ft.
3. 1 In.
3 0 0
Manage- r' s Report
Pse III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance - Streets Cold Mix Tons Inlets Swept (Hours) 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)
elfare (Hours)
all Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits Sign Permits
Special Interest Items
A ril 1983
Amount Manhours
239
4
12
2
32
27
55
March 1983
unt Manhours
2 128
0 10. 5
310
4
0
35
38
69
April 1982
Amount Manhour
8 0 4 8
4
4 8
6. 6 115
32
65
4 28
14
4
26
2
42
4 16. 5
0 0
0 0
0
0 0
12 92
0 0 0 0 0 108
0 112
164
2 1 2 4
0 80
0 1 1
0 2
0
1
0 0
=I'I..I'.--.v.--
Mo: April 1983
fL PIgACTTiIcVkITeI,6ES
Tuddic Stolod
Tbaddic Dikection
Vehicte Check*
Hou,8 e Check,6
Sus piciou,6 Pets 0,16
Emetq. 6 FO. te A66,686£
Othek Dept. A638££6
Impounds 6 Towing
Foot Pat, 06
ruTILIZ.ED:
82 Dodge
Vehide)
83 Chevrolet
C VehicfeJ
632.5 Gattons
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Month«Ey Manager'd Repobt***
37.313
1 qdometerJ
1,783
Odometer)
3339
C Mi,Ee.6 J
1128
Mite.8 J
Inlxn, 1* 241-2-1
Chie6 06 potice
D .'*.
Month: March 1983 Month: April 1982
PATROL ACTIVITIES PATROL ACTIVITIES
34 Pa/ thing Ticketj 12 Parking Ticket.6 40
49 Tba66c£Citato£n,8 49 Tba66c£Cit,ation.8 45
75 T,taitike Stof 28 T4a66£ c Stops
104 Tra66£ c Dikection 36 Tba66£ c Direction
29 Vehide Checks 16 Vehide Check, 8 42
398 Hou8, e Checu/ 588 Hoube Checks 394
21 SuapiCious Pe/U,Onj 18 Su,6 joiciou,6 Pe/ Uons
25 Emerq. 6 Fire A666££8 20
14 Emerg. 6 FAz.e A666. 8%6 27 Othe4 Ded. A64466£ 16
5
Other Delot. A63.66£ 6 13
Impoundj 6 Towing 2
302
Impound6 6 Toutinq 5
Foot Patiou 219 Uns ecu/ zed Buildinqd Foot Patrot.6
37
Mot048£t A636, 88£
U, uecured Bui€ding3 17
19
U, uecured Bultdinqs 8
Motobat Assibts 15 Moto6/68t A631«64 Patbot Time (Houbb ) 23
452 Pattot Time (Hou/ u ) 376 Pattot Time (Hou48 )
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Injuby Accidents 1 COMPLAINT ACTI VITIES Iniuk#Accident6 1 Von-Injub#Accident6 In j-u,ty Acc£ dent8 1
5 NonI-njurq Acciden£ 6 2 Invejtlflations : Non-In iut,u Acciden8 £ 9
Investiqation6:
1 Comptaint6 Investigations : 80 Complaint6 61
0 Adende6 15
Comptal.n.t6 39
0 KKende6, 14 06 Ken3- e,6 A.tte,5 6. : Ah/ Felonu le.3,6(:
Felony
MUdemeartor Fetong
7 Midemeanor 4 C,la/ Lges Fited: Mis demeanor
Chabqes Fifed:
Fetonu Chabges Filed:
Fetonq
M.68 demeanor Fetonu 2 MUdemeanok 3 M.Udemeanok
DMINISTRATI VE ACTIVITIES ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES AdminS. /pecia£De.tailb 608
Admin. / ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI 1I/TIES Speciat vetaies aerviCeS : 375 AdminS.p/eciat Veta6, £8«
Mait
Service,8 : Services :
17 MaLE
Hly:d Detiveked Mai£ 20 Ma€£
57 Hand Delivered Mai£ FineAaL EsC046 £
35 Hand Devet*ed Mai£ Funeut Ed cott& Bank E62044 1 Funeut EscoL/t6 4 Bank Ed Cott6 26 Bank Escotts
VEHICLE MILEAGE:
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FUN
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
SEWER
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
FEDERAL SEWER GRANT
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
BALANCE 33/ 18/3
251,269.75
4,818.91
439.33
22,562.69
15,106.30
25,368.07
73,038.61
13,058.59
9,072.32
96,540.00
0-
108,000.00
619,274.57
Certificates of Deposit 3/31/ 83
General Fund 210,000
Water
30,000
Sewer 40,000
Equipment Reserve 66,960
TOTAL 346,960
IPTS
93,999.57
3,441.70
279.05
22,072.19
0-
6,953.60
0-
9,113.00
0-
0-
0-
0-
135,859.11
DISBURSEMENTS
41,740.84
3,102.44
202.87
25,618.42
0-
6,436.52
22,190.00
1,311.68
0-
0-
0-
0-
100,602.77
BALANCE ID
303,528.48
5,158.17
515.51
19,016.46
15,106.30
25,885.15
50,848.61
20,859.91
9,072.32
96,540.00
0-
108,000.00
654,530.91
Certificates of Deposit 4/30/ 83
General
Water
Sewer
Equipment Reserve
TOTAL
210,000
30,000
40,000
66,960
346,960
Shirley Robertson
Finance Director
Memorial Day Observance
On Monday, May 30,at 11:00 a.m. in Maple Grove Cemetery, Granville
will hold its 110th annual observance of Memorial Day. This event is
co-sponsored by the Granville Post of the American Legion and tent No.54 1 of the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War.
The Rev. George Williamson of the First Baptist Church will give the in Granville invocation and benediction. Bob Boydoh, a student at Gran- ville High School will deliver Lincoln's Gettysburg Address. The speaker f of the day is Lieutenant.Colonel James V. Jeffries of Newark Air Force station.
One of the oldest traditions is that of children carrying flowers to decorate the graves of men who have served in the armed forces. All children of the village are invited to participate. A(nyone who can provide flowers for this purpose is asked to contact Ruth Sipe (587-1023)or Mary Ellen Everett 5( 87-1551)to arrange for flowers to be picked up on Sunday afternoon,May 29).
The line of March will form at 10:30 a.m. in the area in front of St.
Luke's Episcopal Church,to prepare to march at 10:45. Order of March:
TownCsohlioprsofafincdiaglsu,ards, Firing squad,Granville School Band, Viliage and Veterans of Foreign Wars. American Legion Auxiliary.
Daughters of American Revolution, Girl Scouts,Brownie Scouts, Daughter
CofitiUzenniosn. Veterans of_the Civil War, Children carrying flowers, and I
In case of rain the services will be held in Centenary United Methodist Church at 11:00 a.m.
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St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Granville, Ohio 43023
May 17, 1983
Granville Village Council
Granville, Ohio 43023
Gentlemen:
We must express our concerns about the plan for the Opera House
green which has been pregented to us. In previous communication
to you, we have indicated our strong preference for which would a grassy area encourage 468 interiettbn ef people. We have urged that the area be kept quite simple with plantings and walkways used aparingly. However, these are basically aesthetic concerns and reflect our personal preference.
If the scheme you propese is implemented, we see problems that
go beyond the aesthetic and pose real difficulties for us. First, the plantings along the east wall of St. Luke' s are of sufficient ;i size and proximity to us to block our main fire door. Prior to
the Opera House catastrophe, there was a fire alley between the two buildings. This alley will disappear in the new park. Also, we will soon be repairing the east wall of the building and heavy equipment needed to make the repairs will destroy the elaborate plantings described in the blueprint we have seen.
Apart from these practical problems, we are still opposed to your plan for several other seasons. If, in our long range plans, we should decide to build an educational building, we would like to exercise the same prerogative as the other corner churches who have built such buildings on Granville Village land adjacent to their main structures. If our children are to use the park, Sthte.iLruoknel'y access to it will be up or down the alley next to s and the traffic there makes this area hazardous to young enes. Finally, the' plam now in effect discourages people from interacting. Less than half the area ig grassed in and the large walkway seems to indicateL,o"ok, but don't step off the path."We are opposed to this type of park.
We are stating our objections and wish you to rescind your previous motion to put this project in the hands of a committee empowered to implement it and urge you to consider an alternative that will be more satisfactory to us.
<
£, rs trulv.0 //
cherie F.H 'olland, Clerk St. Luke's Vestry

Council Minutes May 4, 1983

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
MAY 4, 1983
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 Schnaidt
Councilmember Bartlett
Councilmember Miller
Vice Mayor -
Mayor
Law Director -
Manager -
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Bartlett moved to excuse absentee member Harriott. Motion
seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held at this time for Ordinance To Amend No. 148- 3, A"n Ordinance In The Ordinance No. 408-2 And Appropriate Funds For Capital Expenditures Waste Water Fund".
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 148-3. Public hearing closed at 7: 32 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
April 20, 1983 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Schnaidt moved to Mapoptiroonvectahreriemdin. utes as distributed. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Mike Atherine, L. H. Poggemeyer
No citizen comments were made at this time.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Molly Amspaugh, Advocate
Recreation Commission -Councilmember Bartlett reported on the recent meeting held May 3rd. New officers were elected: PresidentG- eorge Gilbert; Vice mPermesbeidrse: nFtGr-aennke MTocMdadn;usSecretaryS- ara Jean Wilhelm; TreasurerS- teve Layman. New and Jeff Mills. Discussion centered on the new budget.
Development Commission -Councilmember Avery reported on the April 28th Development Commission meeting. Approvals were given to: E.Tremain Bradley, for his two proposed projecting signs; Architectural Review for a proposed picket fence requested by the Robertson' s. The Commission also discussed the question raised about the sandwich signs, and found that the current
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May 4, 1983
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Sign Code addresses the matter clearly. A meeting date was scheduled for
May 20th, to review the modifications of Ann Munro to the Village' s Zoning
Ordinance. Ms. Munro and Manager Plunkett will be attending that
meeting.
Streets &Sidewalks Committee -Report and discussion was held for last
item on the agenda.
Utilities Committee -Mike Atherine, representing L. H. Poggemeyer, gave a
progress report on the Village' s Sewer Grant and Plant Design. He commented
that since his last meeting with members of Council he has met with EPA
officials several times.
Regarding the suggestion to move the location site of the new facility,
Mr. Atherine said that it would not be practical because EPA officials
indicated that the current grant would be rescinded and the Village would
have to reapply for funding, therefore delaying the project.
Mr. Atherine brought to the meeting a diagram sketch of the proposed new
water treatment facility, pointing out that the existing structure would be
torn out,retaining only a small portion of the building which was constructed
in the 1960' s. This part is currently used for a garage area and
will later become a maintenance area. Plans are to keep the front of the
structure nice and pleasing to look at and all the workings that create
noise pollution to the back of the plant towards the creek. Mr. Atherine
said the new plant will be more automated and an alarm system will be included
in the plan to alert personnel if any problems occur at the plant.
Mr. Atherine commented that his firm hopes to have the plant design completed
and approved by EPA at the end of summer and ready for bids some- time in September.
Mr. Atherine also commented on the Phase I/Pearl Street Improvement:
he said the Village has met all requirements and that it is just a matter
of waiting for the money from EPA.
Council thanked Mr. Atherine for attending the meeting and giving the pro- gress report.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 14-83, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 40-82 And priate Appro- Funds For Capital Expenditures In The Waste Water Capital Improvements Fund"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Roll call vote: Bartletty-es, Averyy-es, Schnaidty-es, Millery-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es, Harriotta-bsent. Six yes votes, one absent. Ordinance No. 14-83 duly adopted.
NEW BUSINESS
Kiwanis July 4th Request -The Kiwanis Club of Granville has requested approval from Council to hold their annual July Fourth Celebration during the period from Friday July 1 through Monday July 4, 1983. Following a brief discussion, Vice Mayor Davison moved that Council approve the request, seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried. A copy of the request is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
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Page 3 of 3
NEW BUSINESS CONTINUED
Resolution No. 83-18, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Bids
For The Reconstruction Of Flocculators, Sluice Gates, Sludge Pump, And Drain
At The Water Treatment Facility", was introduced and read in its entirety by
Councilmember Miller.
Motion for passage of Resolution No. 83-18 was made by Councilmember
Miller and seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried. Resolution
No. 83-18 duly passed.
Resolution No. 83-19, "A Resolution To Appoint Members To The Opera House
Park Improvement Committee"w,as introduced, read in its entirety, and moved
for passage by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Miller. Motion carried.
Mayor Gallant commented that he received a letter from Sara Jean Wilhelm
regarding the proposed plan for the Opera House Park. He asked that the
clerk duplicate the letter for members of Council and direct the letter to
Mr. Chambers.
Concluding New Business, a motion was made by Councilmember Bartlett and
seconded by Councilmember Miller to move into executive session to discuss
ThornewoodB/eechwood Drives Improvement. Motion carried.
Motion to return to Regular Session was made by Councilmember Miller, seconded
by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carried.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS -None
Other Business -Councilmember Bartlett stated that she would be taking a 9 month sabbatical leave from Denison to teach at Wellesley, Massachusetts.
She asked what the procedure would be in replacing her. She said that her
employer would fly her back for 1/2 of the meetings.
Rob Drake commented that according to the Village Charter a member can
be absent one-third of the meetings in any calendar quarter without being
excused and one could miss them all with an acceptable excuse. Please
see Village Charter, Article II, Section 2.05.,Vacancies, second sentence).
With no further business to discuss the meeting adjourned at 9: 05 p.m., following a motion by Vice Mayor Davison ans*e-cond by Councilmember
Bartlett. Motion carried. C{- Af-- Mayor
Attest:
1 -au'.50&99 Clerk of Council
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.

Council Minutes April 20, 1983

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
APRIL 20, 1983
Council held a public meeting on the proposed plan for the Opera House Park
in the Baptist Church basement to accommodate as many citizens as possible.
The meeting was used as a prologue to the formal meeting in Council
Chambers later on,in which Council may take some action on the proposed
park plan.
Those who signed the register were:
Marilyn Hirshler
Eric Hirshler
Louise Denny
Horace King
Virginia King
Paul Goudy
Molly Amspaugh, Advocate
Richard Mahard
Marilyn Anderson
Jean Barnes, Sentinel
Robert A. Hill
James Siegel
Also present were members of the Granville Improvement Board:
William Chambers
Mrs. Gary Stansbury
Mrs. June Bennet
James E. Siegel
Mr. William Chambers, Chairman of the Granville Improvement Board the proposed presented plan for the Opera House Park. Using a schematic landscape
design, Mr. Chambers pointed out the various types of. trees, shrubbery and
flowers, mentioning that they were chosen for their beauty and lasting color.
He said plans were to place the old Opera House bell in the park and use some of the stones saved from the Opera House as a memorial to the building.
Iron fencing and a gazebo were in the plan but could be taken out if
so desired. Wooden benches were also included in the plan.
Following Mr. Chamber' s presentation, a question and answer sessjon ensued.
Some of the questions, concerns and suggestions expressed during this time were as follows:
a) Where would the funds to develop the park plan come from. b) Funds for proper maintenance.
c) Height of trees and fencing.
d) Iron fencing too expensive and maintenance costly.
e) VGailzlaebgoe nHotaliln. keeping with the aesthetic look of St. Luke' s and
f) Liability.
g) Total cost to develop the proposed park plan.
While no one specifically expressed opposition to the overall proposed plan, the lack of funds, proposed gazebo and fencing drew the most opposing remarks.
WP.imth .n.o new suggestions or comments offered, the meeting adjourned at 8:45
At this time, Council returned to Council Chambers for their formal meeting.
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April 20, 1983
Page 2 of 4
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 8: 54 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Bartlett
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Harriott
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Schnaidt joined the meeting later.
PUBLIC HEARING
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
A public hearing was held at this time for Ordinance No. 12-83, "An
Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 40-82 And Appropriate Funds For Capital Expenditures And Operating Expenses".
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. closed 128-3. Public hearing at 8: 56 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
April 6, 1983 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Bartlett moved to
approve the minutes as distributed. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
There were no citizen comments made at this time. Mayor Gallant did however
introduce Ed Guevara a Phillippine student living with Mr. &Mrs. W. Gray.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of March 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 March was presented and reviewed. Following review and discussion, a motion was made by Vice Mayor Davison Mtootaiopnprocvaerritehed.Manager' s Report. Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -Councilmember Avery reported on the Development Commission meeting held April 14, 1983. At that meeting approvals were given for two seperate room additions, a demolition permit, fence permit,
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and, and extensive remodeling request. The Commission also reviewed an
application for a subdivision of property at 316 Welsh Hills Road.
Street and Sidewalk Committee -Minutes of the Street and Sidewalk Committee
meeting held March 29, 1983 were previously distributed to members of Council.
A copy of those minutes are hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Mayor Gallant commented that he and Dave Crook visited property owners who
border Thornewood and Beechwood for possible financial support to improve
the two roads. He said most of the people visited understood the situation
but no offers were made.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 12-83, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 40-82 And Appropriate
Funds For Capital Expenditures And Operating Expenses"w,as moved
for adoption by Councilmember Avery. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Harriott. Roll call vote: Avery- yes, Harriott-yes, Bartlett-yes, Milleryes,
Davisony-es, Gallanty-es, Schnaidta- bsent. Six yes votes and one absent. Ordinance No. 12-83 duly adopted.
Opera House Park Plan
Mayor Gallant began the discussion by reading a letter from Rev. Edward
Burdick. A copy of that letter is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Councilmember Schnaidt returned to the meeting at this time and read a letter
from the Granville Garden Club to the Granville Improvement Board. A copy of that letter is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Discussion continued on the proposed park plan. Questions were raised as to how funds might be generated for the project, who would make decisions and implement the park plan.
A fear was expressed that if the park was developed in a piece meal fashion, public support and enthusiasm might diminish.
Mr. Chambers had mentioned earlier that $2,000 was available immediately for the park and emphasized that the planting season would soon be over for this
year. Mr. Chambers mentioned that he had tagged a good number of the trees for the Village in case the plan was approved by Council. '
Following a lengthy discussion, Vice Mayor Davison moved that Council approve the proposed Opera House Park Plan as submitted, in principal,and create the Opera House Park Improvement Committee, and it' s members to include the Granville Improvement Board Members and others to be appointed, and; that this Committee be empowered to make decisions on the project within the para- meters of available funds and to create possible ways to raise funds for the project."Motion was seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
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Regularly Scheduled Council Meeting
Village of Granville
April 20, 1983
Page 4 od 4
NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 83-17, "To Settle The Village' s Outstanding Invoice From
Clyde E. Williams &Associates Incorporated, For Sewage Treatment Plant
Design Done In 1973", was introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember
Avery.
Motion for passage of Resolution No. 83-17 was made by Councilmember
Avery, seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
Ordinance No. 14-83, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 40-82 And Appropriate
Funds For Capital Expenditures In The Waste Water Capital Improvement
Fund", was introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Bartlett.
A public hearing was scheduled for May 4, 1983, at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 15-83, "An Ordinance To Provide For The Issuance Of Bonds To
Pay The Property Owner' s Portion, In Anticipation Of The Collection Of Special Assessments Heretofore Levied, Of The Cost Of Drive Improving Wildwood 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 title read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller.
Councilmember Miller read in its entirety Section XII, of Ordinance No.
158- 3, (the Emergency Section)a,nd moved for passage of Section XII. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Millery-es, Schnaidt-yes, Davison-yes, Harriott-yes, Avery-yes, Bartlett-yes, Gallant- yes. Seven yes votes. Emergency Section XII duly passed.
Councilmember Miller moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 158-3. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Miller-yes, Schnaidtyes,
Harriott-yes, Avery-yes, Bartlett-yes, Davison- yes, Gallant-yes. Seven yes votes. Ordinance No. 15-83 duly adopted.
Other New Business
Manager Plunkett commented that he has received a letter from the County Planning and Development Offices requesting the Village to fill out a Community Development Needs Survey".Mr. Plunkett commented that he would like Council' s blessing to apply for a portion of the Emergency Jobs Bill monies for the BeechwoodT/hornewood Project as Granville' s Community Develop- ment need.H.e said there was no assurances that any projects submitted would be funded but the County has asked for potential projects r"eadyt-o-go in order to make a timely application for funding. Council gave the Manager their blessing.
With no further business to discuss, Councilmember Miller moved to adjourn, seconded by Councilmember Bartlett. Motion carr' d.
Meeting adjourned at 10: 00 p.m..
est:
Cle- rk of Coufi-c f 1
MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
Drivina Under Suspension
Total Violations
Balance of Bond Monies Ial from previous month Collected for present month 1llunt paid to State (RRR &GRF) int paid in refunds or overpayments unt paid into General Fund ance bond monies remaining in account
52
0-
1713. 00
279.00
20.00
1324.00
90.00
48
4 40.00
r923. 00
324. 00
66. 00
1573. 00
0-
Wj y'4*4-#5
1
39
0-
3915.00
481 .00
322.00
2196.00
916.00
March 1983 February 1983 March 1982
rkinq Tickets Issued 13 22 46
tations: 49 Complaints: 3
StoD Sign 1 5 2
ltop Signal 4 3 7
SDeed
27 21 17
Imoroper Turn 1 1
Juvenile Court 2 5 1
Driving Under Influence of Alcohol 4 2 1
Reckless Ooeration 2 2
Exoi red Pl ates 2 3 2
ODen Container 3
Sauealina Tires 1
lure to Yield 1 1 1
Operators License 1 1
No M/C Endorsement 1 1 1
Disturbina Peace 1
Barking Dogs 1
Passina Bad Checks 1
teavina Scene Accident 1
Fleeina An Officer
1
Tlleaal Passina of School Bus 1
Passina in a No Passing Zone 1
A
r.
March 1983 February 1983 March 1982
1 ding on outside of moving vehicle 1
Moving
rmitting person to ride on outside of Vehicle 1
Failure to Reg ister 1
Prohibited Right Turn on Red 1
r
1-
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Pumped
Daily Average (Gallons)
Remote Meters Installed
Misc. Customer Service Requests
Remotes or Meters Replaced
Remotes or Meters Repaired
Final Readings
Breaks Repaired
Water Taps
Police Telephone Calls
Police Radio Calls
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
March 1983
29,020,000
936.000
0
6
0
3
6
0
0
414
1.582
February 1983
27.841,000
994,000
0
8
0
1
380
1, 655
March 1982
43,050,000
1,389,000
1
1
330
1,422
MANAGER' S REPORT
1
4
2 4
0 1
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
March 1983
15,500,000(Est)
500,000(Est)
0
3, 500 Ft.
1. 50 Inches
February 1983 March 1982
14,000,000 (Est) 17,900,000
500,000 (Est) 577,000
0 0
600 Ft.
78 Inches
3-09-83) Bypassing secondary treatment for filter fly and odor reduction.
3-18-83) Began drip feed of hydrogen peroxide to influent for odor control.
1,000 Ft.
2.6 Inches
0 0 1
Manager' s Report
Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance
Streets Swept (Hours) Inlets Cleaned
Inlets Repaired & Grass Adjusted Mowed (Acres)
Brush &Clippings (Loads) Leaf Pickup (Loads) Snow Removal
Salt Water G('allons)
Backhoe Worked (Days)
Water Plant (Supplement)
Waste Water Plant (Supplement)
Other Projects (Hours)
elfare (Hours)
Call Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
Special Interest Items
March 1983
Amount Manhours
00
4 3. 5
2 27
38
7 69
3 17
0 0
2 128
28
0 10 5
310
Februar 1983 March 1982
unt Manhours Amount Manhour
Fioure are not
Avalla e 11 18. 5
8 12
10 56
37
121 109
4 48
00
47 329
3 14. 5
27 156
2 000 39 5
5 21 126
n 268
0 184
5 19. 5
0 80
120
170
n
2 2
0 0 0
0 0 0
0
1 4
1 0 1
2 0 1
0 0
0
0
0
0 1
0 1
Month:March 1983
PAT ACTIVITIES g Ticketj
c Citatcond
TUAdie Stops
Traddic Direct£on
Ve:hicte Chectu
House Check*
Sus piciou.6 Pe/66 on.6
Eme44. 8 F.Ote A63,66,6
OtheA Dept. A63£ 626
Impoundh 6 Towing
Foot Patto£6«
lin.8 ecuked Buildings
Motobist Ass,68,6
Pathot Time (Hou,u )
OMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
InjuA#Accidentj
Non-Injug Accident6
rnve.6* 6qakon,6 :
Comptaintj
O K Kenj es
Feo£nq
Misdemeanor
fhakqes Fi,Eed:
Fetonu
MU demeanor
12
49
28
36
16
588
18
20
16
2
219
17
15
376
DMINISTRATI VE ACTIVITIES
Admin.S /pecia£De«tai6£ 375 Se«tvice.8 :
Mate
20
Hand Detiveked Mai£ 35 Funebal EscO46 £ 1
Bank E6cok,t8 26
EHICLE MILEAGE:
UETILIZED:
982 Dodge
Vehide)
61
14
183 Chevrolet
C Vehic,Ee)
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Monthig Manager')Repott
Month: February 1983
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Parking Ticketa
Tha&6,£ C Cltation.8
7-4466ic Stop*
Tta66c£DDLection
Vehide Checju
Hou.8 e Checju
Su,6101.Ciou,8 Petd,ons
Emerq. 6 Fire A636£26
Othet Dent. Ad,6,686£
Impoundg 6 Towing
Foot Pout4,o- t&
Unsemied Buidings
Motobist Ass6.£6
Patut Time (Hou,u)
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
IntuA#Accident6
Non-Inju,44 Accident6
Inve6tiqations :
Comptaintj
Oddenses
Aue,6 #:
Feo£ny
MUdemeanot
Chabqes Figed:
Fe«long
MOdemeanok
ADMINISTRATIVE ACTI VITIES
Admi,n. / Specia£ DetaiE«6
Service<5:
Mate
Hand De,Uveked Mait
Fune, SE Es eok, t&
Bank Es cokia
33.974
1 qdometekJ
00,655
Odometer)
23
349
23
3
238
10
21
45
51
45
3o
56o
7
12
349
16
24
Month: March 1982
PATROL ACTI VITIES
Parking Tickets
Tta661.c CUation,6
Tba66£c.Stopd
Tha6 6ic Direction
Vehicte Checlu
House Checks
Suspiciou,8 PeA,8on3
Emerg. 6 Fire A,668£6
Othek Dept. A,63·656£
Impounds 6 Touulnq
Foot Patrots
Uns ecu,ted Buitdinqs
Motot6£2 A.838£4
Pattot Time (Howu }
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
In i wiq Ace£ dent6
Non-Iniuku Acciden8£
Invetigations:
Aue.6£6:
Comptaint8
OK&ense.6
Felony
M.66 demeanok
Chabges Filed:
Fekonu
M,6£demeanor
ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES
Admin.S /pecia£Detak£6« ServiCes:
Mai£
Hand De, Uve/Led Mait
Funeut Es cott8
Bank Esco8 *£
3883
CMde*)
655
Miles j
0
0 Chiek oj Police
1
11
23
591.4 Gattons
46
39
1
1
2 1
5
3
62
41
11
4
2
1
3
33
FUNI
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
SEWER
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
FEDERAL SEWER GRANT
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
BALANCE 2/28/ 83
248,855.58
5,407.13
462.69
60,159.40
106.30
46,185.94
58,038.61
13,871.51
9,282.32
66,960.00
0-
108,000.00
617,329.48
Certificates of Deposit 2/28Lal_
General Fund 210,000
Water
30,000
Sewer 40,000
Equipment Reserve 66, 960
346,960
,PTS
55,812.92
2,308.33
187.17
34,058.06
15,000.00
14,735.10
15,000.00
0-
29,580.00
0-
166,681.58
DISBURSEMENTS
53,398.75
2,896.55
210.53
71,654.77
0-
35,552.97
0-
812.92
210.00
0-
0-
0-
164,736.49
Certificates of Depo
General
Water
Sewer
Equipment Reserve
BALANCE
251,269.75
4,818.91
439.33
22,562.69
15,106.30
25,368.07
73,038.61
13,058.59
9,072.32
96,540.00
0-
108,000.00
619,274.57
sit 3/31/ 83
210,000
30,000
40,000
66,960
346,960
Shirley Robertson
Finance Director
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0
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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
SEWER
1 St
Appropriated
47,486
3,450
2,000
40
13,580
26,008
0
0
41, 535
1, 200
4,861
5,423
420
600
250
25
0
850
7,170
10,401
500
132,222
0
54,894
QUART
Expen-359-
40,620. 98
3,671. 57
0-
59.94
13,580.00
23,041. 02
0-
203. 10
25,328. 72
806. 60
2,515. 57
2,964. 15
120.00
0-
0-
0-
0-
0-
6,787. 66
9,015.97
677,59
116,313. 65
0-
56,702. 20
YEAR TO DATE
Appropriated Expenses
47,486
3,450
2,000
40
13,580
26,008
0
0
41, 535
1, 200
4,861
5,423
420
600
250
25
0
850
7,170
10,401
500
132,222
0
54,894
40,620.98
3,671. 57
0 -,
59. 94
13,580.00
23,041. 02
0-
203. 10
25,328. 72
806. 60
2,515. 57
2,964. 15
120.00
0-
0-
0-
0-
0-
6,787. 66
9,015. 97
677,59
116,313. 65
0-
56,702. 20
COl*E
FUNDI /i----
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
1st QUAR TER w ], aa...
Appropriated Expenses
15,000
50,100 Yr
416
14,993.41
4,346.08
210.00
YEAR TO DATE
Appropriated
15,000
50,100 Yr
416
Expenses
14,993.41
4,346.08
210.00
COMMENTSIIIIIIIA
THE REV. EDWARD N. BURDICK. Rector
SAINT LUKE'S CHURCH
GRANVILLE, OHIO
The Hon. Thomas F:Gallant
Village liall
118 South Main Street
Granville, Ohio
Dear l,Iayor Gallant
April 20, 1983
The unique relationship existing between the Village and the
four corner Congregations, with the Villagd retaining title to the
land and the buildings being owned by the Congregations, special calls for measures of collaboration. The disposition of the land
adjacent to Saint Luke's Church building is vital to the interests of this Parish and a matter in which we wish to cooperate. The
Rector, Wardens and Vestry of S int Luke' S Church, by means of the
SqueensiotironWaairrdeeno,fhathvee ImprovemeritaBoard and by a le tter from the expressed the view of the Vestry in behalf of
the Parish with reuard to the arrangement and features of a pro- posed park on that site.
Features placed upon the site; plantings, s.ructures, means of access,etc.,impinge directly oIl tlze presence of this unusually fine building. In church architecture, the design of tliis building
is predicated on straightf-orward simplicity of expression. Elab- orate decoration is not employed in its exterior or interior. In
our previous communications we have expressed the s r.ong desire that the arrangement for the sitd be retained in simple form, that it consist to a maximum extent of green grass, as it was originally,reflecting the character of the early village and not projecting an image foreign to this locale, with a minumum of decorative plantings. We believe that the appearance of the park should invite human use. e '.s/uSest that a guiding principle for its development might be that of keeping the first step very simple
bleytteinxngertiheencdee. sign develop according to the emerging use indicated
Included in our efforts to employ the best resources in
our own work of preserving and maintaining this historic building,
we have engaged professional architectural services. We are pro- ceeding with the development of a comprehensive plan to repair the damage to the East wall as well as preservation work elsewhere on the building. C* dination of these two orojects is essential.
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Mayor Gallant
We request that as plans for the ·park site begin to take shape in
the form of actual construction drawings that a copy 'be forwarded
to us for the considei ation of the Vpstry in consultation with
our architect. We request that -e:. be notified of the schedule
for the development of the plans in order that we may arrange
our schedules for their consideration. Please notify the Snior
Warden, Mr. John J. Cassell, of meetings, hearings, etc.,iri
which the plans for the park are to be discussed, particularly
when it is anticipated that decisions may be made.
Ci,t€Apectf211-Y. yo>1;5£7- 1J 1(*.-/ // clward. 11.rdi60>1.1-5
Rector
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Granville Village Improvement Board
Granville, Ohio 43023
March 24, 1983
Members of the Granville Garden Club were interested to learn of the
efforts being made to develop a park or common at the former location
of the Opera House.
We would like to offer our support in raising funds and community
interest in the project.
The consensus of our group is that thoughtful planning with a hard
look at maintenance requirements (which will continue forever), are'
the primary issues to be addressed.
Although the initial expense of a professional landscape architect
might seem unwarranted, we feel that the benefits of the proved experience
and knowledge of an expert would outweigh the disadvantage
of the cost. f plan which could be implemented gradually might be
feasible, with continuing stages being completed as monies became available.
Since this property is an historic site and is owned by the village, has
the possibility of receiving matching funds from the government been in- vestig,ated?
We will be interested to learn about your recommendations, and hope
you will call upon our membership for support in this worthwhile project.
Sincerely,
Louise Denny,
Anne Cochrane,
Johnnie Valdes,
Doris Pansius,
Fleur Metzger
for
The Granville Garden Club
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Present:
Minutes
Street &Sidewalk Committee
March 29, 1983
Mayor Gallant
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Harriott
Manager Plunkett
The committee meeting was convened at 7: 30 p.m.,to discuss the options able avail- for the reconstruction of BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives.
A memo from Manager Plunkett explaining current cost projection data was distributed and discussedc.o(py attached)
Mayor Gallant suggested, and Councilmembers Miller and Harriott agreed, that Manager Plunkett should further refine the costs to each property owner considering the various assessment and funding possibilities.
This meeting was adjourned at 8: 45 p.m..
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1843 Commerce Dnue ·South Bend, Indiana 46628 ·2 (19)234-3126
Engineers ·Planners · Photogrammeirists-
April 5, 1983
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Mr. Douglas E. Plunkett
Village Manager S
118 South Main Street
bc , P. 0. Box 514
1 Granville, OH 43023-0514
Dear Mr. Plunkett:
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1'1.': In light of your recent' cotrespondence; andthd subsequent con- versations between you, Mayor Gallant and Bill Gaskins of our
Firm, we offer the following settlement.
An even split of monetary differences between
your last' offer of $31,757 and our last offer
of $55,059. If this is acceptable to you, a
prompt settlement in the amount of $43,408
will be acceptable to us.
Let' s both avoid the additional time and expense of arbitrating
this matter, and put this ten year old discussion to rest.
Sincerely yours,
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President
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