Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes January 5, 1983

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JANUARY 5, 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
Councilmember Bartlett
Councilmember Harriott
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held at this time on the following two ordinances:
Ordinance No. 1-83 -An Ordinance ment, And Declaring To Establish The Granville Building Depart- An Emergency.
Ordibance No. 2-83 -An Ordinance Authorizing A Request To The Ohio Board Of Building Standards To Certify The Village Of Granville To Exercise Enforce- ment Authority In Accordance With The Ohio Basic Building Code With The Condition That The Newark City Division Of Code Administration Perform All Inspections, And Authorizing An Agreement For Such Enforcement Between The Village Of Granville And The City Of Newark, And Declaring An Emergency.
Manager Plunkett gave a brief explanation of the two ordinances and the need for the Emergency Sections.
No comments or questions were asked by Citizens in attendance. Public hear- Binugsincleossse.d at 7: 37 p.m.w, ith action on the two ordinances held for Old
MINUTES
December 15, 1982 -Regular Council Meeting -Following a brief discussion the minutes were approved as amended, following a motion made by Council- member Harriott and seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those Who Signed The Register Were:
Sharon Hoegel, Denison Student Intern Jean Barnes, Granville Sentinel
Larry Carroll, L. H.Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc. Ray Saneholtz, L. H.Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc.
Mrs. Louise Denny, 41 Spangler Hill, appeared this evening to ask if any additional plans have been presented regarding the Opera House Park.
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Vice Mayor Davison responded to Mrs. Denny' s question and said that no new plans
have been submitted. He said he believed that it was the Improvement Board' intent to s screen down the plans submitted by the Ohio State Universitys'
Graduate School of Landscape Architecture students and perhaps take a portion of the elements of each plan and submit a different plan to Council.
No other comments were offered by Citizens at this time.
Manager Plunkett introduced Denison Student, Sharon Hoegel, who will be work- ing with him this month as a January Intern Student.
COMMITTEE REPORTS -None
OLD BUSINESS -None
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 1-83, A"n Ordinance To Establish The Granville Building Depart- ment, And Declaring An Emergency"w,as introduced, and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of the Emergency Clause, S" ection III".Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Schnaidty-es, Millery-es, Averyy-es, Harriotty-es, Bartletty-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. Seven yes votes. Emergency Section III duly passed.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 1-83. Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Roll call vote: Schnaidt- yes, Harriott- yes, Averyy-es, Millery-es, Bartletty-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. Seven yes votes. Ordinance No. 1-83 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 2-83, A"n Ordinance Authorizing A Request To The Ohio Board Of Building Standards To Certify The Village Of Granville To Exercise Enforce- ment Authority In Accordance With The Ohio Basic Building Code With The Condition That The Neward City Division Of Code Administration Perform All Inspections, And Authorizing An Agreement For Such Enforcement Between The Village Of Granville And The City Of Newark, An Declaring An Emergency", introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember was Avery.
Councilmember Avery moved for passage of the Emergency Clause, S"ection V". Motion seconded by Councilmember Harriott. Roll call vote: Averyy-es, Harriotty-es, Schnaidty-es, Miller-yes, Bartletty-es, Davisony-es, Gallant- yes. Seven yes votes. Emergency Section V duly passed.
Councilmember Avery moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 2-83. Motion second- ed by Councilmember Harriott. Roll call vote: Averyy-es, Harriotty-es, Davisony-es, Bartletty-es, Millery-es, Schnaidty-es, Gallanty-es. Seven yes votes. Ordinance No. 2-83 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 3-83, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 258-1 And Appro- priate Funds For Capital Expenditures In The Waste Water Capital Improvements eFunntdirsetAynd Declaring An Emergency"w,as introduced and title read in its by Councilmember Miller.
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Councilmember Miller moved for passage of the Emergency Clause, "Section II".
Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Miller-yes,
Schnaidt-yes, Davison-yes, Bartlett-yes, Harriott-yes, Avery-yes, Gallant-yes.
Seven yes votes. Emergency Clause, " Section II",passed.
Councilmember Miller moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 3-83.
seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Avery-yes, Harriott-yes, Bartlett-yes,
votes. Ordinance No. 3-83 duly adopted.
Motion
Roll call vote: Miller-yes, Schnaidt-yes,
Davison-yes, Gallant-yes. Seven yes
Resolution No. 83-1, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract
With L. H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc.,To Provide Engineering Services For
The Design And Construction Of A New Sewage Treatment Facility And Appurtenances,
And To Perform A Sewer Rate Study",was introduced and read in its
entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 83-1. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Bartlett.
At this time Manager Plunkett introduced three representatives from the firm
L. H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc.,who will be working on the new Wastewater
Facility Project. Mr. Larry Carroll made an update report on the Pearl Street
Project and reviewed with Council what services the firm will provide on the Design for the New Wastewater Facility and the Sewer Rate Study.
Each of the representatives spoke and outlined specific categories they would personally be working on. The services will include: working with the
Manager to secure the Phase III-Construction Grant from the EPA. Studying the
Village' s charge system to see if it meets EPA regulations and recommending
any modifications to comply with the EPA regulations. Seeing how involved
Granville has to be with regard to the Minority Business Equal Utilization
MBEU), and, design of a new Wastewater Facility.
Representatives assured Council that the firm would be in close with the contact Village Manager and Council and would be making reports to Council on a monthy basis.
Following a lengthy question and answer session, Mayor Gallant thanked each of the Poggemeyer representatives for coming to the meeting and commented that Council was looking forward to representation from the firm on a monthly basis.
Motion for passage of Resolution No. 83-1 carried. Resolution No. 83-1 duly passed.
Mayor Gallant commented at this time that Municipal Goals that Council set for 1982 worked so well he would like to see Council set new goals to address for 1983. The following topics were suggested:
Annexation BeechwoodT/hornewood
Granville Area Study &Planning Commission Cost effective study of Village' s Village Hall Remodeling or Improved Facility Services. Zoning Ordinance &Definitions -rewrite Projections in terms of expendi- Fire Code &Fire Inspector tures.
Opera House Park Gun OrdinanceW/ aiting period Sidewalk Replacement sale of guns. on Land Purchase/ Corporate Development Student Groups
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Mayor Gallant suggested that the items mentioned this evening be printed for
members to review and for each member to add any other items they feel Council
should address in 1983. They should then number as to priority, and submit Vice Mayor Davison to to evaluate and a final priority list will be printed for distribution.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Utilities Committee -January 12, 1983 -7: 30 p.m..
Personnel Committee /Ways &Means Committee -January 12, 1983-8: 00 p.m..
Other Business
Robert N. Drake, Village Law Director submitted for Council' s review a final draft of Zoning Redefinitions. He asked if members would review and submit
any modifications they feel might be useful before incorporating them into a Zoning Amendment Ordinance.
Manager Plunkett reviewed with Council the draft on a portion of the Village' s Annual Report. Following a brief discussion, Council agreed that the draft was fine other than a couple of word modifications.
With no other business to discuss,
Attest·
f/4-lif lt€Ac,d
Temporary Clerk of Counc11(
the meeting adjourned at 8:45 p.m..
Mayor (j
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
FAMILY: One or more persons related by blood, adoption, marriage,
guardianship or foster parent contract living together single housekeeping as a unit, exclusive of household servants.
A number of persons not exceeding three exclusive of household
servants living together as a single housekeeping unit but
not related by blood, adoption, marriage, guardianship or foster parent contract shall be deemed to be a family. A
number of persons with developmental disabilities not
exceeding six, exclusive of not more than two houseparents
and empl oyees caring for the persons residing there with
developmental disabilities, living together as a single
housekeeping unit but not related by blood, adoption, marriage, guardianship or foster parent contract residing in a dwelling unit which meets all specifications for a family model home shall be deemed to be a family.
FAMILY MODEL HOME: A dwelling unit occupied as a home that provides room and board, personal care, habilitation services, and supervision in a family setting for not more than six
persons with developmental disabilities, exclusive of not more than two houseparents and employees caring for the persons residing there with developmental
disabilities, and is licensed and regulated by the Ohio Department of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities.
DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY: Developmental disability means a disability that
originated before the attainment of eighteen years of age and can be expected to continue indefinitely, constitutes a substantial handicap to the person' s ability to function normally in society, and is attributable to mental retardation, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism, or any other condition found to be closely related to mental retardation because such condition results in similar impairment of L general intellectual functioning or requires similar treatment and services.
ROOMING HOUSE: A dwelling occupied by an owner and three or more rent-paying persons, by a duly authorized agent of
an owner and three or more rentp-aying persons, or by four or more persons unrelated by blood, adoption,
marriage, guardianship or foster parent contract. A family model home as defined in this ordinance shall not be deemed to be a rooming house.
PROPOSED DEFINITIONS
LAW OFFICES
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REESE, MCNENNY, PYLE &DRAKE
36 NORTH SECOND STREET
NEWARK. OHIO 43055
TELEPHONE (614) 345-3431
Village of Granville
c/o Douglas E. Plunkett
118 South Main
Granville, Ohio 43023
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LAW OFFICES
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To Services Rendered
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STATEMENT
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December 21, 1982
Amount
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Newark, Ohio 43055 (614)345-3431
December 21, 1982
Services from November 11, 1982 to date in representing
the Village of Granville in the Appeal of the Vaughn
Zoning Decision;
Total For Services
To Expenses Incurred
Notice of filing;
Postage for notice of filing;
Xerox copies;
Appellate brief copy;
Attorney Don Gibeaut -Pataskala -
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927-2936;
927-2936;
Total For Expenses
Total For Services And Expenses
2, 400. 00
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telephone conferences with Seasongood &Mayer with respect to the proposed financing plan and review of the plan and
projected cash flow requirements to meet the federal grant portion of the project, telephone conferences with Village
Manager, preparation and supervision of proceedings with
respect to the $179,000 Sewer Utility Improvement Notes,
attendance at Council meeting on November 3, 1982, and
rendering approving legal opinion with respect to the Notes,
telephone conferences with Village Manager regarding the
Pearl Street Improvement, preparation of legislation with
respect to the reissuance of the notes and telephone
conferences regarding the utilization of other funds for the
payment of the outstanding notes.
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TO: VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE , OHIO
VILLAGE COUNCIL
Gentlemen:
January 17,1983
The Kiwanis Club of Granville requests the Village Council's permission to tap
appraximately 125 Sugar Maple Trees. These trees are located on Village property.
The trees will be tapped in early February, and the syrup which is produced will
be used as a sales item in conjunction with the annual Kiwanis Pancake Day which
is held in April.
Each year, it is our distinct intention to donate a percentage of the profits to
he Granville Improvement Board earmarked for the purchase and planting of young
ougar Maple trees in desirable locations. The remaining profits will be used in
ther community projects which are sponsored by the Kiwanis Club.
Included belaw are explanations of the basic items related to the tapping process:
How: Small holes, no more than 4 per tree, about 7/16"diameter with a metal spout inserted, A covered bucket will be hung from each spout. Signs
will be placed strategically on the trees explaining who is doing the
tapping and how the profits are to be used. Mr. Bill Brady will be in charge of the tapping operation.
It is an accepted fact that the tapping of maple trees does little or no harm to the tree. The tap hole usually grows closed in a year, leaving no permanent damage.
Education &Publicity: Again this year, we plan to have.. several newspaper writeups
explaining what we are doing and how we will use the profits, and that no harm is being done to the trees. In the past years we have received many favorable comments from the people of Granville, concerning this project.
Kiwanis members, assisted by Key Club members, and other youth groups will periodically collect the sap water fram the buckets. The sap water will be taken to the Montgomery Farm near Alexandria to be boiled dawn into maple syrup.
We feel that an activity such as this
Just a bit of old New England in Granville, Ohio."
We ask for your approval on this project.
11 continue to stimulate "
lease let us know if you have any questions. espectively submitted, 104 in
Walt Chaney,Preaident
Granville Kiwanis Club
Timothy Blackstone, Chairman
Maple Sugar Committee
Dean of Student Life
January 13, 1983
Mr. Douglas E. Plunkett
Village Manager
118 South Main Street
Granville, Ohio
Dear Mr. Plunkett:
Denison University
Founded 1831
Granville, Ohio 43023
6]4)587-6208
Thank you for your letter of January 7 and your concern
that establishing a campus pub may violate the zoning
ordinance. The phrase " campus pub"has been a popular student
expression, but unfortunately it in essence misrepresents plans for the our use of Lamson Lodge. Students have expressed the
strong desire for a place on campus where they might have an opportunity to interact socially and to purchase alcoholic
beverages on a very limited basis.
We have explored various university facilities, as possible locations, to expand the range of social meeting space. In fact, we have been using several facilities to
support special programming in which beer is sold under the
auspices of an F Permit. These include: Livingston Gymnasium,
the facility referred to as the Bandersnatch in Colwell
House, various residence hall locations, and Slayter Hall.
Lamson Lodge, which is currently used as a multip-urpose rec- reational facility, supports a variety of activities, including meetings, private parties, classroom use, athletic team meeting area, and for other social and recreational purposes. We found that Lamson is an underutilized facility, particularly on Friday and Saturday evenings, and is more accessible to groups than it is to individuals. So we decided to permit Lamson to be used by studends on Friday and Saturday nights as another social and recreational outlet for them. There are plans to sell beer along with soft drinks on Friday and Saturday eve- nings, consistent with the laws of the State of Ohio. Entrance
will be restricted to members of the Denison community who are age 19 or older. Since this will be an occasional- use facility,
we will make arrangements for F Permits in order to sell beer, and it will be the responsibility of several different organiza- wtieoenksentdos. request and sponsor these soc-alled pub evenings on
I f Lamson were to be a "pub, "we would be operating it
in a much different fashion as to uses of the facility and
financial arrangements. It probably, in such an instance, would
become an auxiliary enterprise much like our residence halls
or dining hall operations. Then we would be into dealing with
the concern that you have expressed in your January 7th letter.
As I indicated to you over the telephone, we do not consider
the extended use of Lamson for this purpose to be inconsistent
with the already existing designations for the use of
University facilities for recreational purposes. I am planning
to hold an informational meeting for some of the village residents
who live in close proximity to Lamson so that they will
have a better understanding of plans and purposes for this
facility. We are holding this session on Tuesday, January 25,
at 7: 30 p.m. in the second floor classroom of Livingston
Gymnasium, and you are most cordially welcome to attend.
AFS/ba
Sincerely,
L.1. £*
Alexander F. Smith
Dean of Student Life
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