Granville Community Calendar

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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Council Meeting Minutes
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
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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
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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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Guidelines For Good Neighbors:
Students Are Citizens of Granville,Too
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