Granville Community Calendar

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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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
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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.
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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
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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
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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
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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.
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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.
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