Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes April 18, 1984

CALL TO ORDER
REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
APRIL 18, 1984
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Eisenberg
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Rader
PUBLIC HEARING
Vice Mayor -
Mayor
Law Director -
Manager
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
A public hearing was held garding at this time to provide citizens with information re- questionsseawnedr vraoticeeadjustments and; to provide citizens an opportunity to ask concerns.
Manager Plunkett explained to citizens in attendance, that the current rate for sewer service is inadequate to fund the operation, maintenance, and debt service monilltihoennedwollsaewrsage treatment plant, which will cost the Village approximately one Environmental Prionteacdtidonition to the amount that will be funded by the Federal Agency Grant.
For the benefit of those present, Mr. Plunkett reviewed a chart he had drawn up using the three options for user charge methods allowed by the Federal Government. As an example, he used three entities (customers)a:n average resi- dential user, a minimum residential user, and; a 10,400 gallon user (himself, as aalo5udmecmubrerrenfatmily user).Denison University was listed separately. He read percentages toceoascth for each of the entities, and the increases in dollars and of the three options.
Manager Plunkett then introduced Mike Atherine, Project Engineer, for L. H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc..Mr. Atherine explained two tables showing various laeltteternrative options for calculating monthly user charges, as outlined in his of March 14, 1984, to Mr. Plunkett.
Mrs. Betty Grudin, 125 South Plum Street, was the only citizen to speak at this hearing. She questioned why OwensC- orning Fiberglas Technical Center, the largest user of Village water, was not listed on Manager Plunkett' s chart. watTehre, response to Mrs. Grudin was that while Owens is the larger user of Village they are not on the Village' s sanitary sewer system.
A lengthy question and answer session followed among members of Council, Manager tPhlaunt kett and Mr. Atherine. Following discussion, it was the consensus of Council the Manager be directed to draw up the necessary legislation so that Council cLa.nHp.roPcoegegdemweiytehr' a public hearing and some action on the plan as outlined in January, 1985, in sa leontetesrteopf Mseawrcehr r1a4t,e 1a9d8j4u,stumsienngt.Option 3#, to be implemented MarcAhco1p4y, o19f 8M4,r. Plunkett' s Sewer Rate Chart and L. H. Poggemeyer' s letter of is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
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With no further comments made, the public hearing closed at 7: 52 p.m..
MINUTES
April 4, 1984 -Regular Council minutes Meeting -Councilmember Avery moved that the Motion cbaerraiepdpr.oved as corrected. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Lee Slaughter, Village Service Dept. Foreman
Steve Cartnal, Village' s Acting Chief of Police Julius &Carolyn Blum
David S. Sorenson, Chairperson, Nuclear Weapons Freeze Betty Grudin
Ralph Blackstone, Village Service &Utilities Director Mike Atherine, P.E.o,f L. H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc. Tom Galitza, Water &Wastewater Superintendent
Lindsey Park, Advocate Reporter
Audrey Wagner
Erin Scanion, WHTHW/NKO
Del Koch, Columbia Gas Co. of Ohio, Inc.,representative
Audrey Wagner, 112 Beechwood Drive, was first to speak. Mrs. Wagner referred to the meeting of April 4, 1984, when Manager Plunkett stated that the Village does not clean ditches, and that is why the residents of Beechwood and Thornewood dDirticvheesswroeuwldorkhaevde. to clean their own ditches once the roads were improved, and
Mrs. Wagner who has recently done some research on past Village records, cited claeaSnterdeedt itCchomesmittee Report in which it mentioned that the Village graded and Responding on Mt. Parnassus. The report was dated October 10, 1976. Village to Mrs. Wagner' s statement, Manager Plunkett said generally, the crews cledaoensthneotocblsetarnucotiuotndoitucth.es, but, when there is a culvert obstruction, the
Carolyn Blum, 263 Beechwood Drive, appeared this evening to ask several questions of Council and the Village Manager. Those questions were as follows: figures asnhdaresupporting documents to back up the Manager' s statement that a disproportionate of funds has been spent on Beechwood and Thornewood Drives. At this point, Ralph Blackstone, Village Service and Utilities Director, re- sponded to Mrs. Blum' s request with regards to figures on the disproportionate amount spent on these two drives. He handed Mrs. Blum with a list he had pre- pared with figures and dates. Mr. Blackstone commented that the figures were as near right as he could find records for. For the benefit of everyone present, Mr.
she wished to have copies she could make them on the Village's copier.
Blackstone read aloud the figures and dates on the list. RepMonrsse. Blum asked if she could have supporting documents to back up these figures? to Mrs. Blum was that she could review these at the Village Office, and if
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A copy of Mr. Blackstone' s list of figures and dates with regards to the
disproportionate amount, is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Mrs. Blum then asked members of Council if they had examined the proposed
assessment schedule prepared by Burgess &Niple, Ltd.,which was made available
to residents of Beechwood and Thornewood on April 16th. She asked members of
Council if they personally felt that the assessments were equitable and if they
agreed with submitting this proposal to the property owners of these drives?
Response to Mrs. Blum was that Council members have not seen the proposed
assessments prepared by Burgess &Niple, and for that reason, Beechwood and
Thornewood was not included as an item on this evening' s agenda.
Mrs. Blum stated, for the record, that she and her husband were making formal a protest to the proposed $63,000 assessment, or, protest to any assessment
of their property for the currently proposed BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives Improvement
Project, and that they request that an Equalization Board be appointed by Council, as soon as Council has had a chance to review the information submitted
by Burgess &Niple, Ltd.,with regards to the proposed assessment schedule.
It was explained to Mrs. Blum at this time that her request was premature, and that Council would have to examine the assessor' s determination and some action taken on the assessor' s proposed assessment schedule. Also, her request would have to be submitted in writing.
Others who spoke against the proposed assessment schedule ando/r issues regarding BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives proposed road improvement project: Tim Sawyer, Nancy Karlsberger, Robert Sylvester, Jack Donald, and Robert Owen.
With no new comments, questions, or concerns raised at this time, Council pro- ceeded with the next item on the agenda.
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. Following review, Vice Mayor Davison moved that the Manager' s Report for the month of March be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Nuclear Weapons Freeze Study Commission -Mr. David Sorenson, Chairperson for the Commission, appeared this evening to give a progress report and to discuss with Council the Commission' s future plans. He handed each member a written report as well. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes. of Dr. Robert Sylvester, also a member of the Commission, spoke on the effects a nuclear threat upon children.
forOanpbpeeahrainlfgof Village Council, Mayor Gallant thanked Mr. Sorenson and Dr. Sylvester this evening and giving their reports- UUDe·v-Ueloptm»4en(t·L, Tu / b .-L 4ll40v>,AJu' 4ro+11- Commission Councilmember Avery reported on the Commission' s meet-
4 2- M ,TZ Gl-01 3- 4u 3 *
ing of April 12th At that. meeting, seven applications for various remodeling VAJO j-l*v- A. A *-i 94, *t i -*»
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and temporary signs were approved. The Commission also of the completed their review proposed changes to the Zoning Ordinance and made a few alterations to the proposal written by Ms. Ann Munro. The Commission will make their recom- mendations to Council sometime in the near future.
OLD BUSINESS - None
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 108- 4, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 348-3 Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1984 And Revising Sums For mOepmebreartinMg ilElexrp.ensesw",as introduced and title read in its entirety by Council-
A public hearing was scheduled at this time for May 2, 1984, at 7: 30 p.m..
Resolution No. 84-25, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract With L. H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc.T,o Provide Necessary Easements, In Connection WbyithCoTuhnecilSmeewmebr eRr ehabilitation Project"w,as introduced and read in its entirety Schnaidt.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of Resolution No. 842-5. Motion pseacsosnedde.d by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried. Resolution No. 84-25 duly
Columbia Gas of Ohio, Inc.
Manager Plunkett introduced Mr. Del Koch, representative for Columbia Gas, who athpapet atrheed Vthililsageeve' ning to discuss with Council a rate proposal and to give notice s three year contract with Columbia Gas expires August, 1984. Mr. Koch commented that he would like to take this opportunity to formally request that Council open negotiations for a new contract with Columbia Gas. Mr. Koch then briefly reviewed with members of Council Columbia' s proposal Dfoercema boenre8y3e' ar contract. Figures used in this proposal were based on Columbia' s s test questions members oyfeCaor.uncFilollowing this review, Mr. Koch offered to answer any Mr. Koch or others might have. Mr. Koch' was asked if Columbia was interested in an early settlement. ations s response was that he thought Columbia would like to open negoti- August a1s5,so1o9n84a.s possible, a·nd to be able to sign a contract effective
Following a brief discussion, Council appointed Manager Plunkett as chief negotiator, and directed him to proceed with discussions on Columbia' s proposed contract.
Memorial Day 28th or 30th?
oFboslleorwvainngcea brief discussion, it was the consensus of Council that Memorial Day for Village Offices rest with the Village Manager.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
April 18, 1984 -Worksession -Immediately following tonights meeting -Taxes
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With no further business to discuss, Councilmember Motion seconded Schanidt moved for adjournment. by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9: 06 p.m..
Attest:
66:u_fj@4k< Crerk of Council
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
TO:
From:
Date:
Re:
Village Council
Douglas E. Plunkett
March 21, 1984
Sewer Rates
MEMO
As you are undoubtedly all too well aware, the local share cost of the new sewage
treatment and collection facilities will be in the vicinity of one million
dollars. This one million dollar debt will have to paid off by the issuance of
bonds. We will be selling twenty-year, mortgage revenue bonds which will be
paid, with interest through user charges.
The enclosed letter from L. H. Poggemeyer, P. E.,Inc.,gives us essentialy, the
three options for user charge methods allowed by the Federal Government. The
effect of these user charges is staggering, which should be clarified by the
accompanying chart I drew up based on the effect of each of three options on
different entities. From that chart, it is fairly obvious that what is best for
Denison University, which uses 50%of our sewer capacity and pays 50%of our
sewer revenues, is the worst for residential consumers. Conversely what is the
best method for residential users is detrimental to Denison University' s cost.
I would only add that Option 3 if implemented would require an additional cost
per Denison student (student population 2,000)3, 9$. 10 per year in increased
cost. While admittedly, that will equal a 116.7%increase over present cost per
student per year, that would be the same degree of increase borne by the rest of
the sewer consumers, save current minimum users who would have a far greater
percentage increase. I have no desire to unnecessarily or arbitrarily drive
cost to Denison University up, however, it appears to me that the only fair
option is Option #3.
Please digest this information and at the next Council meeting, please direct me
to prepare an ordinance incorporating the rate structure you feel appropriate.
If you feel that one of the other options should be considered, please let me
know and we can schedule a discussion in detail on that next agenda.
DougTas E. Pett
Village Manager
DEP: cm
Enclosure
Mr. Doug Plunkett
Village Manager
Village of Granville
118 South Main Street
Granville, Ohio 43023-0514
Dear Mr. Plunkett:
LESTER H.POGGEMEYER,P.E.,INC.
Paul E.Shuler, AIA
March 14, 1984
Re: User Charge System
Granville, Ohio
Job No. 82091-E
Pursuant to your request, please find listed below two tables showing
various alternative options for calculating your monthly user charge based
on a variable debt service charge contingent upon water usage vs. a fixed
debt service charge contingent upon the number of users as indicated in previous calculations. As indicated our below, one table depicts various
average monthly residential charges while the second table depicts average monthly charges for Denison University.
Fixed Debt Service Charge
Variable Debt Service Charge
Variable OM&R Charge #
Total Avg. Monthly Charge
Option 1 -
Option 2 -
Option 3 -
4,250 gal.
RESIDENTIAL USERS
Options
12
12.76
8.21
20. 97
6.38
2.81
8. 21
5.61
8.21
17.40 13. 82
Entire debt service charge fixed, based on number of users.
One half of debt service charge fixed, based on number of
users and one half variable, based on water usage 0.661/000 gal. 0 average usage of 4,250 galm./onth).
Total debt service charge variable, based on water usage 1.321/000 gal. @average usage of 4,250 galm./onthl.
x $1.93/1000 gal.
STE BOWLING GREEN, OHIO 43402 PHONE: ( 419)352-7537
An Equal Opportunity Employer
3
121 EAST WOO R STREET
DENISON UNIVERSITY
Fixed Debt Service Charge
Variable Debt Service Charge
Variable OM&R Charge #
Total Avg. Monthly Charge
Option 1 -
1
663. 52
7,185. 39
7,848.91
Options
2
331. 76 $
2,457. 18 4,914. 36
7,185. 39 7,185. 39
9,974.33 12,099. 75
Entire debt 12. service charge fixed, based on 52 water meters x 76/ user.
Option 2 - One half of debt service charge fixed, based on 52 meters x 6.38u/ser and one half variable, based on water usage 0.661/000 gal. @average usage of 3,723,000 galm./ onth.).
Option 3 - Total debt service charge variable, based on water usage 1.321/000 gal. @average usage of 3,723,000 gal.m/onth).
3,723,000 gal. x $1.93/1000 gal.
As indicated in the tables above, the greater the portion of debt service charge made variable and dependent on water usage, the smaller the charge for the residential user. However, the opposite holds true for a large water user such as Denison University, as indicated above. Please note that any portion of the debt service charge can be based on water usage. bInothouerxttraebmleess., we have just briefly explained what would typically occur in
I will contact you by phone to discuss this matter in more detail.
aIfcctohredreingalrye. any questions, please do not hesitate to contact this office
Thanking you, I am
Yours truly,
LESTER H. POEMEYfE R,'fr E7- ·INC.
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ENTITY Current CostM/o. Increase CostM/o. Increase CostM/o. Increase Use/ Month Cost/ Mo. Opt. #1 $Opt. #1 % Opt. #2 $Opt. #2 % Opt. #3 $ Opt #3 % Douglas Plunkett 10,400 gal. $15. 60 3 32.83 $17. 23 110.5% $33.31 $17. 71 113.5% $33.80 $18.20 116.7%.
Avg. Residential User 4,250 gal. $ 6.38 $20.97 $14. 59 229% $17.40 $11.02 173% $13.82 $ 7.44 116.7%
Minimum Residential User 3,000 gal. $ 2.50 $18.55 $16.05 542% $14. 15 $11.65 466% $9.75 $ 7.25 290%
UseY/ear Current CostY/ r.I'ncreaseY/r. CostY/r. IncreaseY/ r. CostY/r. IncreaseY/r. Denison CostY/ r. Opt. 1# $Opt. #1 % Opt. 2# $Opt. 2# % Opt. 3# $ Opt. 3# % University 44,670,000 gal. $67,014 $97,187 $27,173 40.6% 1 1$9,692 $52,678 78.6% 1 4$5,197 7$8,183 116.7%
MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
71
Balance of Tota] Bond Monies from previous month $468.00 Collected for present month 4352.00 Adlt paid to State (RRR &GRF) 806.00 Arrilllt paid in refunds or overpayments 22. 00 Am paid into General Fund 2388.00 Bace bond monies remaining in account $1604.00
65
976.00
3361. 00
806.00
420.00
2643.00
468.00
5Z
0-
1713. 00
279.00
20.00
1324.00
90. 00
March 1984 February 1984 March 1983
Fing Tickets Issued 58 46 22
Ctions:
71 Complaints: O
StOD Sion 2 2 5
JSOD Signal 1 3
SDeed
33 43 21
Imorooer Turn 2 1
Juvenile Court 3 3 5
Drivina Under Influence of Alcohol 4 1 2
RecklessIL/ aDrog,fUl Operation of Vehicle 1 2
Exoired Plates/Improper Display 10 4 4
License Violations 2 3 2
Restriction/Safety Violations 1 1
Fure to Yield 2 3 1
Der Lanes/Passing 6 2 1
Assured Clear Distance
Fleeing/ Resistinq
2
Prohibited Rt. Turn on Red 2 1
Driving Under Suspension 1
ODen Container
2
MisrepresentationF/alsification
Disturbing The Peace/ Disorderly
Theft/ Fraud
Offenses Against Persons
Total Violations
perty Offenses
mal Offenses
k
March 1984 February 1984 Marrh 1983
Pprmitting pprqnn to ride on outside nf mnvina 1 2
vphirlp
nrivprq Vipw nhctritrtprl 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
Sludge Pump was instdlled.
March 1984
26.945.000
869,000
2
3
2
2
6
0
0
378
1.676
February 1984
25.801.000
889,000
2
11
0
0
365
1.635
11
1
1
March 1983
29.020.000
936,000
0
414
1,582
MANAGER' S REPORT
6
0
3
6
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 1984 February 1984
21.700.000 (Est) 15,950,000 (Est)
700,000 (Est)
1500'
6. 80"
550,000 (Est)
4000'
3.0"
March 1983
15,500,000 (Est)
500,000 (Est)
3500'
1. 50"
3 2 0
0 0 0
Manager' s Report
Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
March 1984
Amount Manhours
New Signs 5
Signs Replaced 3 Street Maintenance( Cold Mix-tons) 6. 7
Streets Swept (Hours) Inlets Cleaned
Inlets Repaired &Adjusted Grass 2 Mowed (Acres) 0 Brush &Clippings (Loads) 5 Leaf Pickup (Loads) 0 Snow Removal
Salt Water (Gallons) 18 000
Backhoe Worked (Days) 10
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
47. 5
00
00
00
176
8 55
80
1-Garage
4
0
0
0
17
2
36
18
24
29
0
63
0
140
54
0
0
12
2
Februar 1984 March 1083
Amount Manhours Amount Manhour
38 500
10
21
00
5 162
73
107
0
0
32. 5
2
194
117
57. 5
00
00
0 79
278
7 46. 5
80
47
3
0
32
12
0
200
23
0
4
6. 2
0
3. 5
27
38
69
17
0
128
48
10. 5
6
126. 5
0 0
00
0 288 5
310
14
0 80
0 1
1 2
0 0
0 0
0 0
40: March 1984
L ACTIVITIES
1g Tickets
TrrAtic Clta, tion*
TuA ki.c Stops
TAa*Kie Dikection
Vehic, Ze Checks
House Checks
Su.6 pic,60(16 Person.6
Emebq. 6 Fire A66,666£
Other Dept. A63·686£
Impound8 6 Towing
Foot Paot*fs
Unsecute/d Buitdinq,6
Motobist A63,68£ 8
Patet Time C Hou,u )
OMPLAINT ACTI VITIES
Injuky Acciden6£
NonI-njub#Acciden6£
Inveatigations :
1406*Nes
Complaint6
7)
Fejtonu
M8£demeanok
Chabqed Filed: (7)
Fe«tonu
Mi,6 demeanor
FU UTILIZED:
82 Dodge
Vehicte j
83 Chevrolet
C Vehide)
598. 5 Gattou
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Month0£Manager'd Rep04£***
69,991
1 Gdometer)
14,506
Odometer)
1263
M,Uu J
2911
CM<ej£J
D .-7
1 9'2**2174€6243*/
ch.i,6 3 6- PBUce
Month: February 1984 Month: March 1983
PATROL ACTIVITIES PATROL ACTI VITIES
Pakking Ticketa Pakking Ticketd,
Thad 64[ c Cttation,6 Tba66·Le Citatiovu
Tra6ic Stopj Tba66£ c Stop6
Tba66ic DiA.ection Tba66£c Dikection
Vehicte Checks Vehicie Chec/U
Hou3 e Checju
House Check*
Suvicious Peksons
Emekg. 6 Fike A66,66£ 8
Other Dept. Assists
Impounds 6 Touting
Foot Patiou
COMPLAINT ACTI VITIES COMPLAINT ACTI VITIES
Iniubid Acciden.6 Iniurq Accidenti
Non-InjuA#Accidents Non-Iniubu Accidents Inveqa*tdon3: Inveq6a*tio,13 :
Comptaintj
OAKenJej
VEHICLE MILEAGE:
58 46 I 2
71 63 49
53 45 28
225 176 36
49 13 16
806 828
9 588
4
I 4 Susloic<01(13 PUL601)3 18
15
3
Emerg. 6 FiA.e 3 &,688£ 26
5
10 Other Dept. Ass«8££3 16
5 Impoundb 6 Toutinq 2
231 200 Foot Patrots 11 219
Unsectuted Bu,Udings 18 Unsecured Buitdint 17
28 Mo toLat Ass.66 / 8 17 Motout Ass·66£ 8 15
348 Patrot Time (Hou/ u) 342 Patbot Time (Houu/ ) 376
0
0
6
1
1 2
63
61
Comptaints 61
9
16 06 Aevau 14
At'LeS 6 : Athe66:
0 Fetong 2
7 Felony 0
Misdemeanor 8
Misdemeanor 4
Chabqes Fieed:
0
Chabged Fited:
Fetonq 2
2 Feloviv 0
MOdemeanok 6
Mademeanok 3
ADMINISTRATI VE ACTIVITIES ADMINISTRATIVE ACTI VITIES Admin.S /pecial Deta6,66 395 Admin./ ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES Speca£t veta6££426 Sekvice.6 : AdminS.p/eciat veta6£375
Ma.d
Services :
21 Service.3 :
Me I 4
Hand Detive,te' d Mai£ Mait ZU
38 Hand DeU, vete/d Mai£ 30
Funea*t Esco,ttu 2 Hand Detivered Mai£ 35
Funutal Ed cott6 2
Bank Eseotts 4 Funebat acok8,£ 1
Bank Es Cott8 5 Bank Escott6 26
FUND
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
SEWER
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
EQUIPME%T REPLACEMENT RESERVE
FEDERAL SEWER GRANT
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
Certificates of Deposit
General Fund
Water
Sewer
Equipment Reserve
Sewer Capital Improvement
TOTAL
BALANCE 2/29/ 84
275,720.39
3,270.08
257.69
63,511.77
10,546.30
80,926.03
187,142.49
23,891.11
9,935.35
95,730.00
15,848.19
105,000.00
871,779.40
22/98/4
250,000
0
40,000
66,960
125,000
481,960
Ts
25,788.56
3,929.52
318.60
36,315.36
0-
15,988.35
0-
18.46
0-
0-
0-
0-
82,358.85
DISBURSEMENTS
43,705.98
4,302.22
228,53
24,000.37
0-
7,670.03
0-
1,643.18
210.00
0-
0-
0-
81,760.31
BALANCE 3/31/84
257,802.97
2,897.38
347.76
75,826.76
10,546.30
89,244.35
187,142.49
22,266,39
9,725.35
95,730.00
15,848.19
105,000.00
872,377.94
Certificates of Deposit 3/31/84
250,000
General
Water
Sewer
Equipment Reserve
Sewer Capital Imp.
TOTAL
Shirley Robertson
F .nance
40,000
66,960
125,000
481,960
C)
GENERAL
Police
Street Lighting
Count> Health
Community Services
Street Construction
Street Maintenance
Beechwood- Thornwood
Specifications
BeechwoodT-hornwood
Assessing
Storm Sewers
Sidewalks
Opera House Park Walkway
Administrative
Legislative
Mayor' s Court·
Income Tax
Lands &Buildings
Boards &Commissions
County Auditor-Treasurer Fees
Delinquent Tax Advertising
State Examiner's Fees
Election
Law
STREET MAINTENANCE &REPAIR
STATE HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT
ist QUAtil
Appropriated Expenses
43,394
3,450
2,150
2,240
33, 500
51, 575
3,000
4,000
0
0
10,000
42, 053
1, 195
3,084
5, 903
3, 000
100
250
25
4, 000
500
2,750
12,375
32,732.84
3,587.47
0
554.75
1,105.99
28,781.92
2, 245.76
0
0
0
29,827.08
884.58
2,975.54
3, 341. 92
157.00
0
0
0
0
0
1,919.59
14,832.71
YEAR TO DACE
Appropriated Expenses
840.49
0
900
FUND
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
SEWER
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
EQUIPMENT RESERVE
FEDERAL GRANT
iqt QUARTER 1984
Appropriated Expenses
141,555 65,818.91
00
52, 425 18,661. 43
1, 071 0
45,200 Yr. 4,654.33
536 210.00
22,000 0
183,678 0
YEAR TO DATE
Appropriated Expenses
COMMENTS
April 18, 1984
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To: The Granville Village Council
From: The Granville Nuclear Weapons Freeze
Study Commission
We offer this as a report of our progress to date and
our future plans.
Work To Date:
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1. Sponsored a public presentation of U.S. foreign and
defense policy by the Licking County League of Women Voters,
E March 18, 1984.
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2) Made arrangements with the Granville Public Library for
the dissemination of nuclear weapons and defense- related information materials.
3) Met seven times to set an agenda of issues to study, which include:
1)The general set of U.SS./oviet relations.0-«
2)The economic· ippact of defense spending of the U. S.
economy and,1 .L( dic:*ernlej*J' the economic effects of a nuclear freeze on Granville.
3)The effect of the nuclear threat upon children.
4)The effects of nuclear weapons, with implications
for civil defense and evacuation.
We have decided that at least some, if not all, of these topics will be presented orally to the community.
Respectfully -Pbmjt,e*d,,
VrrA, /1/ /
1f/ A/u(j/vr
A/ David S. Sorenson
Chairperson
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