Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes January 18, 1984

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JANUARY 18, 1984
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
Councilmember Eisenberg moved to excuse absentee member by Councilmember Rader. Motion seconded Avery. Motion carried.
MINUTES
January 4, 1984 -Regular Council Meeting -Vice Mayor Davison moved to approve the minutes as submitted. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion
carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Lindsey Park, Advocate
Cindy Howes, WHTHW/NKO
No comments were made at this time.
MAYOR' S REPORT
Erle Richards
Rick Bline, Sentinel
The Mayor' s Report for December, 1983 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 December, 1983 was presented. Manager Plunkett review- ed the report with members of Council. Following review, Councilmember Miller moved to approve the Manager' s Report for December, 1983. Motion seconded by Councilmember Eisenberg. Motion carried. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Opera House Park Improvement Committee -Vice Mayor Davison reported on the Com- mittee' s meeting of January 16th. At that meeting members decided on a brick walkway laid in sand for the park. Plans are to request Manager Plunkett to issue bids and specifications for the brick walkway by March 1st.
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Mr. Davison responded to questions with regard to the Committee' s pursuit
of an iron fence for the park and, the status of the Elm tree sculpture.
Following a brief discussion, it was the consensus of those members present
that an iron fence for the Opera House Park was not favored when the plan
was approved by Council "in principle", and directed Mr. Davison to convey
Council' s feelings on the matter.
Mr. Davison asked members how they felt about lighting for the park. Most
favored lights for evening hours. In conclusion, members felt that specific
proposals outside the original scope of the Opera House Park Plan should be
reviewed by Council.
Recreation Commission -Councilmember Eisenberg reported on the Recreation mission Com- Meeting of January 10th. Mr. Eisenberg said the Commission hopes that Council will repeat 1983' s Revenue Sharing allocation of $3,000 to the Recreation
Commission in 1984. Also, new members appointed at that meeting were: Carol Apacki, Betsy O'Neill, and Paul Treece. Continuing, Mr. Eisenberg re- ported that the Commission has been approached by the Granville Fellowship
Sinnett House), asking for direct funding. On another note, there still is
no clear knowledge about the sale of the building which houses the Recreation Commission, and whether they' ll need to find a new home.
Mayor Gallant asked Mr. Eisenberg how the Recreation Commission goes about appointing new members.
Responding, Mr. Eisenberg said the PresidentC/ hairman, appoints a nominating committee who solicits new members, including individuals who may have pre- viously expressed a desire to be a member. Then by voice vote of members at- large, candidates are appointed to fill what vacancies exist at the time.
OLD BUSINESS
BeechwoodT/hornewood -Manager Plunkett brought to Council' s attention the
information enclosed in their folders this evening with regards to Beechwood and Thornewood. He suggested that Council read the material submitted by Mr. Wiper of Squire, Sanders &Dempsey, Bond Counsel before deciding on the method of
assessment. Continuing, Mr. Plunkett said if Council chooses the benefit con- ferred method of assessment, then the assessor should be someone other than the
Manager, Law Director or anyone else in Granville. Mr. Wiper has suggested that the Village' s engineer would be best suited to make the assessment, who would
determine how the improvement would benefit the various parcels.
A lengthy discussion followed among members of Council. It was the consensus of members present to go with the benefit conferred method of assessment, and directed Manager Plunkett to obtain estimates from engineering firms other than Bird &Bull for performing the task of assessor.
Mayor Gallant suggested that the Village contribution to road construction include those items under drainage which might be viewed as "restoration and repair" work and, in addition, amounts from contingency, engineering, adminis- trative, an d equak benefit assessment costs in the same proportion as "restora- tion and repaiP items are to the total project. He said this amount would be approximately 4$6,000 as the Village' s share. Members concurred with Mr. Gallant' s suggestion, and Councilmember Schnaidt moved that the Village' s share for the ABveeercyh.woodT/hornewood Improvement be 4$6,000. Motion seconded by Councilmember Motion carried.
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Ordinance No. 1-84, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 34-83 Providing For
Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1984 And Revising Sums
For Operating Expenses"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Vice
Mayor Davison. A public hearing was set at this time for February 1, 1984, at
7: 30 p.m..
Resolution No. 84-5, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Bids For The
Purchase Of A New Police Cruiser"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by
Councilmember Schnaidt.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-5. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. Resolution No. 84-5 duly passed.
Resolution No. 84-6, "A Resolution To Fill Vacancies On The Development Commission",
was introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Eisenberg.
Councilmember Eisenberg moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-6. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. Resolution No. 84-6 duly passed.
Resolution No. 84-7, "A Resolution To Appoint A Member To The Board of Zoning And
Building Appeals"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember
Avery.
Councilmember Avery moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-7. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried. Resolution No. 84-7 duly passed.
Resolution No. 84-8, "A Resolution To Appoint A Member To The Granville Improvement
Board"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller.
Councilmember Miller moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-8. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Eisenberg. Motion carried. Resolution No. 84-8 duly
passed.
Resolution No. 84-9, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Land Agreement
With David L. McDaniel", was introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember
Eisenberg.
Councilmember Eisenberg moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-9. Motion
seconded by Vice Mayor Davison.
Councilmember Avery asked at this time who would be checking the pesticides
to be used by Mr. McDaniel. Mr. Plunkett responded and said that Thomas Galitza
Water &Wastewater Superintendent would be going over the list of pesticides with the Ohio EPA. The motion carried without dissent.
Other Items of Information and/ or Comments
Manager Plunkett mentioned that the Ohio Municipal League is sponsoring a seminar for newly elected members of Council on March 24, 1984, at the Columbus University Hilton Inn, 3110 Olentangy River Road, and if new members or any of the other
members would like to attend to let him know so he can send in registration forms.
Manager Plunkett also gave an updated report on Police Chief Frank Sorrell' s con- dition.
Mayor Gallant reported that he launched the first meeting of the Nuclear Weapons Freeze Study Commission, January 11th. At that meeting members decided that the alternate members would have the same rights as regular members.
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Sewer/ Denison
In conjunction with the coming Phase II Pearl Street Sewer Replacement, Councilmember
Avery mentioned the 600 ft., sewer replacement on Denison' s property.
Manager Plunkett confirmed that it would be necessary to replace the sewer,
and that the cost would be significant. He further commented that it was not
included in the original facilities plan and would be ineligible for grant funding.
He proposed that the section be done now, as a separate plan, but included
in the sewer financing as opposed to using capital outlay funds.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Nuclear Weapons Freeze Study Commission -January 25, 1984 -7: 30 p.m..
With no further business to discuss, Councilmember Miller moved to adjourn the
meeting, seconded by Councilmember Eisenberg. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 58 p.m..
Aist:
C+erIC of Council '
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
rkinq Tickets Issued
tations: 20
StoD Sign
2109 Signal
SDeed
Complaints: 6
Imorooer Turn
Juvenile Court
Drivina Under Influence of Alcohol
Reckless Ooeration
Exoired Plates
Prohibited Rt. Turn on red
Assured Clear Distance
lure to Yield
t-a i lure to drive on right side of road
Failure to yield viqilance while backing
Receiving Stolen Property
Assault
Driving Under Suspension
No M/C endorsement
Left of Center
Passing Bad Checks
Disturbing the Peace
Petty Theft
Total Violations
December 1983
26 dIelllal1nceCoollfecBtoendd Monies from previous month $468.00 for present month 2740.00 .Int paid to State (RRR &GRF) 273.00 nt paid in refunds or overpayments 520.00 AdInt paid into General Fund 1439. 00 3alance bond monies remaining in account 976. 00
November 1983
34
528.00
2795.00
377.00
996.00
1482.00
468.00
December 1982
2
53
35.00
2794.00
382.00
4.00
1984. 00
459.00
38 25 49
1 1 5
1 1 1
8 16 32
3 2 4
2 4
2 3
1
1
1
1
1 1
5
1
1
2
1
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December 1983 November 1983 nprpmhpr 1982 riminal TresDass
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isorderly Conduct
2
Resisting Arrest
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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
Installed #1 Flocculator Mechanism.
Dec. 1983
27,779,000
896,000
3
9
0
460
1,695
10
6
Nov. 1983
30,644,000
1, 021, 000
1
10
3
3
6
370
1,644
Dec. 1982
28.295.000
912,000
1
0
0
3
18
413
1,673
MANAGER' S REPORT
0 0 0
1 0 0
Manager' s Report Page II
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WASTE WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Treated
Daily Average (Gallons)
Sludge Beds Filled
Sludge Beds Cleaned
Lines Rodded
Monthly Rain Fall
Dec. 1983 Nov. 1983 Dec. 1982
13,950,000(Est.) 17,250,000(Est.) 18,750,000
450,000(Est.)
250'
4. 00"
575,000(Est.)
250'
6. 10"
605,000
500'
3.8"
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
s1t2a-2tio1n-83. Installed and rebuilt #1 sewage pump with mechanical seal at west lift
2 0 0
0 0 0
Manager' s Report
Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
Dec 1983
Amount Manhours
6 85
3
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance ( Streets Swept ( Cold Mix)tons Hours) 0 Inlets Cleaned 69
Inlets Repaired &Adjusted 3 Grass Mowed (Acres) 0
Brush &Clippings (Loads) 3
Leaf Pickup (Loads) 5 Snow Removal
Salt Water (Gallons) 53,000
Backhoe Worked (Days) 10
Water Plant (Supplement)
Waste Water Plant (Supplement)
Other Projects (Hours)
Wel fare Hours)
Call Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permit
Special Interest Items
62. 5
00
00
00
210
2 49. 5
80
22
87
15
0
12. 5
34
278
47
2
1
3
78
Nov. 1983
Amount Manhours
8 10
12 000
14
27
124. 5
12
4
5. 5
346
72
53
74. 2
0
0
48
275
6
80
Dec. 1982
Amount Manhours
00
0
74
8
0
10
3
0
21 000
15
120
134
210
248
38
80
154
113
59
0
37
12
21
64
120
Grain
1-Storage Bin
0
0
0
0
0 0
0 0
0
0
1 3 5
0
0
0
1 3
0 0
0 0
1 0
nth: December 1983
1L-ACTI VITIES
I ing Ticketj
dic CUationJ
rildKic Stops
Thade #Dikection
Vehic.Ze Check*
HOu.6e Checiu
Sus picious Pe,U ons
Emekq. 6 FO. ce6 *3,686£
Other Dept. A6316 26
Impoundd, 6 Towing
foot p4( 40£5 ,
Unsecured Buildings
Motobit A, 3,66£ 8
Patkot Time (Hou,u )
OMPLAINT ACTI VITIES
Inju*Ac*cidentd,
Non-InjuA#Accident&
Invehtiqations:
Compta1l, 6£
ill Oddenje) 6 ·6:
90' Fetonu
MU demeanok
Chatqed Filed:
Fetonu
MU demeanor
cTILIZED:
82 Dodge
Vehc£teJ
183 Chevrolet
C VehideJ
534.3 Gaaons
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Month0£Manager'd Repott
62,083
C OdometeA.J
10,546
OdometeA)
1169
Mdej)
667
IM<Z,e,5 J
A: 1 , . ,
P#
A£ QQ Chie 6 06 Potice
a
Month: November 1983 Month: December 1982
PATROL ACTIVITIES PATROL ACTIVITIES
36 Pcutki.ng Ticke«t& 26 Pakking Tickets
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49
Tbad6,c£Citakovu 31 Tha66c.£Citation8, 46
73 Traddic Stopd 45 T4a66£ C Stopd 40
100 Tba66£c Dibection 172 Tra66ic Direction
26
142
Vehicte Checks 20 Vehic, Ze ChecU 39
817 Houde Checks 338 Holue Chec/ u 552
6 Sud,pi.Clou.6 Pe/Mon.6 15 SUBjoiciOUS PUUOns 9
25 Emekg. 6 Fire A636£6 16 Emekg. 6 FOLe A66£ 8£8 16
OtheA Dept. A666, 6%6 7 OtheA Dept. Ad,3.686£ 11
Impounds 6 Towing 1 Impounds 8 Towinq 4
199 Foot Paot*b 205 Foot Pet/ lo,66 267
22 Uns ecubed ButgcUngs 21 Unjecured Bul£ dinqb 27
37 Motobat A63.Ut8 19 Mototijt A68£ 628 24
399 Pattot Time (Hou, u) 400 Pathot Time (Hou,U } 382
COMPLAINT ACTI VITIES COMPLAINT ACTI VITIES
In 1-ub#Accidentj 1 In iukq Accidenti 1
12 NonI-njuh#Acciden£ 6 9 Non-InitiA-4 Accident3 5
Inve,6.tiqations : Investi.gation6 :
48 Comptainh 48 Comptal1.,4 87
15 Oddenses 15 06 Aens es 10
Aue,8 t8 : Auu£6:
Felony Felony
7 MUdemeanor 4 Misdemeanok 1
ChaA.qu FUed: Chabges Fleed:
Fetonq Fetonu
11 MUdemeanor 3 MU demeanok 8
DMINISTRATI VE ACTIVITIES ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES Admin.S /peciat vetaA, ' 443 AdminS. /peca£t Deta££ Services : 8 580 AdminS.p/eciat Veta6, 6 530 Services :
MaLL Sekvica :
1 17 Ma,te 18 Mall Hand Detiveked Mait 39 23 Hand Detiveked MaLL 47
Funeut EC&Ot*6, 1
Hand DeU, veked Mait 26 Funet,at Es cohij 1 Fune* Bank Escobh 1 a£E8cottj 1
Bank Es cok«t8 1 Bank Esco,tt8 9
VEHICLE MILEAGE:
CHAPTER 727: ASSESSMENTGSE-NERALLY
tic,n
727.0! P,iwer t„ levy an,1 c€illect special aswffments;
11)Ct h'MIS.
1727.01. 11 727.01 1 Al,ade 11·cc· orclinan,c. 1727.1(.)21 727.012 Power to ettablish ilitcl, districts: issue anticipatr„i· boncls anct nt„cs.
1727.01. 11 727. 013 IRclocation of wires and cablef.]
27. 02 Fixing ballic „ f lands nit assessecl f„i· taxation.
727. 03 1.Mitatin„ f„ special affess,nent an,1 main irwer assesm: ent.
727.04 Repaving Hrect assessinent.
727.<)J-t,unic ipal cr„porati„, 1 1„pa; part f . i,I,pri)e,ment cc,st: inlersectic,Ils.
727.6¢) Pailion for improvement.
727.1(7 Assewe„nt for change in gracie
77 2277..118 F.xpes[c:s ini. liclecl in pililic i I„l„ e„„c,,„t cost. IMI Pi„c(o·link. iII.V, inlit,le mili·,·th.III mic in,pi·„„'. ment.
727. 10 c!}·c.riptic,n f„10[2 ncl lanclf.
727. 11 Nillill,cr i,f ant)tial installinciti.
1727. 11. 1. 727. 11. 21 727. Ill. 727. 112 IR<p,ealccl.]
727. 12 Filingf „plati:.p e*cific:,lititts. pi„filcc: resolition f„ ncrei.t:i·.
727, 13 N t(i,c:
727 It Nt„ice in licp:a,p„el, f„,ct1„'1 'liwilling. 41·ret clc'I:n. iNKt ·„st,rfice 1,c· :iting.
727 15 0„ncr m:„fi·li: ol,jectifin.
72;16 #c·m„„erit cq„alizatint, IM)ar,1. 727. 17 P,c)r:i, :Init duties of l)a,id.
17. I] 727. 171 Off.str,e·f parking f,„iliti<·:.
lA Filing l'aimge cl'Ii„3.,
I,<33„53,33,11:iEF;'Resare
1)r·trrininaticn c, f rl :i,,„1<„j·,11·, lic ·„n elam:R, es i:re
2'. 21 1 :Ir, prix·rillire.
Ilir; Coflf.
727 21 c r),linance for p,11)lic imprin„c·i\t:. 27 21 Pr„c<·1,,1,r· when Ir,i,·bict ,· r,·ceils c.litil:lic·s. 727. 2-, C)c,liti: inic f„ :issecs,i,cnt
727 2,i ice f„ :14<f i.nc'nt r„,lin:727. 27 7. Inre. - Rem„ent, pa#ab:le.
727 3 litteles! latr.
727 3, f :54·svment ti, 1,c appr„licm:1 , 1„1· c„·e·n life icn,Ii and (tie„r,.·
72;w I)t„ic< of ,l·erk. w, inti· ilitilit„,im. t, ·„tl,e:lqlli· ri·. amt di l.i,,it„,.
727 31 1'1(C)(€Nli!1£1, ('reni·er
1727. 31. 11 727. 311 1 Rcpcale,11 727.1:2 fincilint r,- 4(c„re|· clctirmin(c'| 1„·mi,t,
727.33 Il(e:c„ti<in f„ili,paid ac:rw„mi : pe,lalt>. 727. 3,1 1. ien i,f 2-Mwmt.
72;31 Nci, actic,n fi,1 ,c·ri,irr,·Ina, IN· inacle i,ill, iI, i lic i c.'r.
727. 3(; C,(illecti,in ,i·st, tc hc :c,lcle,1 ti, am·mvic·nt.
727. 37 jilii.I,i, tiol, of (i,tirt iii I(m„ i„1 ,plc·a, 727. 38 Aililiti,iii 'il as'< 4sinci't.
727. 19 ler f„r I cars< I%ne: ,1].
727. 40 inlcip, 1,·:t,ic Ir! I„pli,(c(l·iR,„·:.
727. 41 Agreell,r,ill)t(i'.c·n(·mi„i, ip:,liticq fi,i· <tic,t· i,npi<i,,·. ment.
727.42 #ppi,iti,initig cM„ f,i, 1)i,.k 1)1(,I,c,ir:(1. 727. 11 1. imitatiot, i,n d ., in :IKC (1 .tim.
27. 11 Sall}iisttarirrt,ss. ,acing,·R.I,illi, 4·tier;K, e. i:n1 1,a· lrl· ilpt)1>
7 Plan ti) show kicatic„of facilitic: 1 Filing, nc,tice. I:ncl 1(,j,c·(Iii,n r„plaiI. Plan .4(1p„lic,n /)/sitirt. iil:li be ittic,Cil. 7131 ! (in:s{111,finn f„pori kin ,if plan. ti, 727.68 [Rept·1:1c,· !.]
§ 727.01 Power to levy and collect spe
cial assessments;method.
Each municipal corporation shall have special
power to levy and collect special assessments.
The legislative authority of a municipal corporation
may assess upon the abutti,ig, adjacent
and contiguous, or other specially benefited lots
or lands in the municipal corporation, any part
of the cost connected with the improvement of
any street, alley, dock, wharf, pier, public road,
pl.ce, boulevard, parkway, or park entrance or
an easement of the municipal corporation available
for the purpose of the improvement to be
made therein by grading, draining, curbing.
paving, repaving, repairing, treating the surface
with substances designed to lay the dust thereon
or preserve such surface, constructing sidewalks.
piers, wharves, docks, retaining walls, sewers,
sewage disposal works and treatment plants and
sewage pumping stations, water treatment plants,
water puniping stations, reservoirs, and water
st,r}age tanks or standpipes, together with the
facilities and appurtenances neoessary and proper therefor, drains, storm-water retention basins,
w,itercourses, water mains, or laying of water
pipe, or the lighting, sprinkling, sweepino*r cleaning thereof, or removing snow therefrom,
any part of the cost and expense of planting,
maintaining, and removing shade trees thereupon
in an amount not exceeding live cents per
front foot for each year; . and in addition, any
part of the cost and expense of constructing,
maintaining, repairing, cleaning and enclosing
aitches in an amount not exceeding five cents
per front foot for each year, any part of the
cost and expense of acquiring land and im
proving the same by clearing, grading, draining,
paving, lighting, erecting, constructing, and
equipping for parking facilities and structures
for off-street parking of motor vehicles, to the
extent authorized by section 717.05 of the
Revised Code; provided no specitil assessment made for the purpose of developing off-street parking facilities and structures shall be levied
against any land being used solely for off-street parking or against any land used solely for single
or two family dwellings,anc]ar,y part of the cost connected with changing the channel of, or narrowing, widening, dredging, deepening, or improving any stream or watercourse, and for constructing or improving any levees or boule- vards thereo,1, or along or about the same, to- gether with any retaining wall, ripr.ip protection, bulkhead, culverts, approaches. Hood gates,water- ways, or drains incidental thereto, or making
any other improverrient of :inv river or lake
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§ 727.01 MUXIC :11'A
fri,lit, wlic:tlier sic·li river fic,tit (r ,luke fit,zit privately ,r publicly owned, witicli tlie.legislrit authority cleclares cc,nducive t, tlie p,thlic he:1, conveliience, or welfare. Such i,Ssessilielit Injy levied by any of tlie followirig methods: A)By u perce,itage of tlie tux value f„t prc,perty tissessed;
B) In prciportion to tlie beneAts whicli m res,ilt fr(m, the in,provemerit;
C)By the foot front of tlie prcilierty l,cm„ di und abutting upon the improvement.
11ISTOHY: GC 0 3812; RS Hate,t t¢l 1536-102, 1536- 96 v 26, 00 9, 39, 50; 47 v 98, 0 50; 101 2 122 v 513; 125 v H I 10 (Eif 10-2-53);127v 134; 107 v 62 ES 9-17-57);129 v 382 6( 37) E(ff 1-106- 1v )9;40; 127 v 2 4-20-61);129 v 1227 (Eff 1-1-62); 129 v 371 CE 132 v S 50 (Eff 8-24-07);133 130 v 236 (Eff 108--83 Analogow v H l. Elf 3-18-6!). to HS 0:2262, 2263, 2264, 2264a, 22646, 226 2267, 2269. 2292, 22!2)a, 22!131)11),221')1:2}().2293¢, d(1),2293d(2),2293d(3),2293e(1).221l)e(2), 221) h,2293h-], 2293£8<),229 2293h-2, 2293-letse,i, 2293-13 et seq, 22932- e2t3s1e4q-, 22935-7 et seq, 2293-73 et seq, 2307 et seq, 2314- 18 et seq,2365-3 and 2381 et seq.
Cross-References to Related Sections
Se6e1R19C.18§§w7h1i5c.h41, 721.11, 729.01, 729.06, 729.11 refer to this section.
Coi,Iparittive Legislation
LevyiIig special assessinent CalD.e-ering, Cocle of o(:v.,§ 43240 Ill.R-ev Stat, 1965, ch 24, § 9-2-1 et IndB.u-t,is' Stat, § 19-8-16-1 seq KyK.R-S 91.310 et secl MassA.n-n Laws. ch 80, § 1 et sul MichC.o-mpiled Laws, § 104.1 N.YC.o-nsol l.aws,Ce; ti Ct:ty, § 20(1[) PaP.u-rdon's Stat, lit 53 § 15951 Tennd,e-A(n:n(,,§ 6-1101 et seq W.VaC.-{d,e 1966,§ 8-18-1 et w.q Outlines of Procedure
Transcript recluireitici,ts u,id c,utlitte of procedure fEolrlismVuonlic3ip,al special assessment linproventent issues, p. 649
Research Aids
Amcilmt and lii,litations
Page: Mun.c i(rp'. § 382
49 0-Jur2d: Spec. Assess. § 31 70 Am-Jur2d: Spec. Assess. § 76 Apportic,nment of 1,enefits
Page: Mull. Corp. § 386
49 0-Jur2d: Spec. Assess.,§ 46 70 Am-Jur2d: Spec. Assess, § 82 Character of improveinent
Page: Mun. Corp. § 359
Nature and principle of assessment Page: Afun. Corp. § 355
49 0-Jur2d:Spec. Assess § 2 70 AmJ-ur2d: Spec. Assess. § 2 Persons liable
Page: Mun. Corp. § 369
49 0-Jur2d: Spec. Assess. § 17 70 AmJ-ur2d:Spec. Assess. §§ 43, 109 Power to assess
Page: Mun. Corp. § 357 49 0-Jur2d: Spec. Assess. § 3 70 Am-Jur2d: Spec. Assess. § 4
1. (li:l(,,1(A{)'1'1(N)S
350
1% Pri,p,i ty lial,le
ive Page: Allin, C:)rp. § 365 49 0-Jur2d: Spec. Assess. § 15 1,e 70 Am-Jur2d. Spec. Assessr § 43 l'urp<s,e 1(,assessment Page: lun. Corp. § 358 he 49 0-Jur2d: Spec. Assess. § 13 70 Am-Jur2d: Spec. Assess. § 18
aY What niay lie included in assessment Page: Mun. Corp. § 384 49 0-Jur2d:Spec. Assess. § 27 i,g 70 Am-Jur2d: Spec. Assess. § 44 ALR
10; Parking place as public improvene, nt which inay 44 slipeeceisatlal,lished or suppc,rted in whole or part l,y ff assessment. 153 ALR 961.
c,r c,ther local itipri,vement as affected l,y own.
Property unit f,) r purposes of assessment for street
6, er's clisregaril of cr,igi,ial lot lines or creation of new l(ie,s. 104 ALR 1049. 3A- Special assessments: what constitutes reconstruction or the like, as distinguished froin repair, of pave.
6
1, mei:t. 41 AI,R2d 613.
Law Review
If a dedicaticin is c'm(,plete orily wlien accepted I,11l·i(ti;il,ce, assess,liei,ts cannot lie levied for the i,y prc,vemmit of u street, the dedication of which ha1s,- ncit lieen so accepted: Mercliant v. Waterman, 3 WLM 48.
Oh1i'hce,.rWoillleiaf m„asWse.ssnients ii,municipal fiscal polk>·in Stanhc,pe. 21 OSLJ 411.
CASE NOTES AND OAG
INDEX
Al,IN'rtiM„ ient of asss,·snic,it, 182 ,t!Atl,iurtin„ilietit accurdi. s¢q· Corner 1t„s, 218 et g to fro„tag,·2,05 et se<, seq
1„p,rovemi,t·s ina,king n]g„er dini„si:o,n the frlint, 240 S¢i '( et
1„lir,civi:metits c„it making longer dimension the fri): t se¢i it, 230
lm·gularly sliatied li,ts, 251 et se,1 Ud„er statutr„y appr„tionnlent b"y the foot froitage,"et seq 247
Uitifuni„ty, 184 et seq
What is frn„l, 225 et wq Ch.inge <f ,judicial tleeisio5„6, et h.g„e,of Stalut¢.4·,2 et seq S.v,itig clause. seq 54 et se,1
w,ditin„s precedent to assessment, 281 et se,1 Cn„stitutional u,:thr„ity tc,levy assessments, 18 d DecisWis under former analogous statutes, 365 et seq HC § 727.33, repealed by H 262 1(29 seq 1-1-62)3)6.5 et seq v 1227 1 1253]E (ff.
H(7:2§7.38, repealed by H 262 (129 v 1227 1[ 258] ( 1-1-62)3)6,9 et seq Eff. RC § 727.41, repeated by H 262 1(29 v 1227 1[ 253] E(ff. 1-1-62)3)7,1 et seq
HC § 727.47, repeated by H 262 1(29 v 1227 1[ 253] ( 1-1-62)3),74 ' Eff.
Defective performance, 295 et seq Effect on validity of assessment,300 et seq Estoppel, 327 et seq
Acquiescence held not to be estoppel, 350 et seq Acquitiscence regarded as estoppe3!,44 et participation in promotion of iniprovemenste,qParties affected by estoppel, 357 et 333 et seq Injunction; defects for which granted.seq Stare decisis, 321 et seq 305 et seq Nature of assessment, 1 et seq
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FUND
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
SEWER
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSAENTS
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
FEDERAL SEWER GRANT
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
BALANCE 11/30/ 83
296,095. 15
11,483. 58
592.66
52,131. 05
15,106. 30
65,426. 35
194,045.97
19,806.47
9,935.35
95,730. 00
65,391. 42
105,000.00
930,744. 30
Certificates of Deposit 11/30/83
General Fund - 250,000
Water 0-
Sewer 40,000
Equipment Reserve 95,730
Sewer Cap. Imp. 0-
TOTAL 385,730
PTS
18,804.39
2,567. 28
208.16
32,223.48
0-
8,101. 25
0-
0-
0-
0-
0-
0-
61,904. 56
DISBURSEMENTS
55,470.03
1,900.63
209.90
28,765.51
4,560. 00
8,844:57
6,903.48
2,547. 76
0-
0-
49,543. 23
0-
158,745. 11
BALANCE
259,429. 51
12,150. 23
590.92
55,589. 02
10,546. 30
64,683. 03
187,142.49
17,258. 71
9,935.35
95,730.00
15,848. 19
105,000.00
833,903.75
Certificates of Deposit 12/31/83
General 250,000
Water 0-
Sewer 40,000
Equipment Reserve 95,730
Sewer Cap. Imp. 125,000
TOTAL 510,730
Shirley Robertson
Finance Director
Granville Exemptcd 18*11@gr ch»ools
JAMES W. HOEBBEL'\
Superintendent of Schools
January 16, 1984 \
Mr. Doug Plunkett
Manager
Village of Granville
Granville Municipal Bld.
118 S. Main St.
Granville, Oh. 43023
Dear Doug:
P. O. Box 417 Granville, Ohio 43023
Area 614 587-0332
Please be advised that Mr. James Cooper was reappointed
as Board representative to the Granville Development Commission. This appointment was made by President Glenn White on the evening of January 4, 1984.
JWH:lh
Have a good year!
Cordially,
JAMES W. HOEBBEL
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THE OHIO MUNICIPAL LEAGUE 51 NORTH HIGH STREET •COLUMBUS, OHIO 43215 •PHONE 614-221-4349
To: Municipal Officials
From: John P. Coleman, Executive Director
January 9, 1934
Subject: Seminar for Newly Elected Members of Council
The Ohio Municipal League is sponsoring Seminars for newly elected members of
council. Three one-day Seminars have been scheduled.
As you can see from the enclosed proaram, a wide variety of topics Kill be
presented p-o-wers and duties of council, municipal finance, municipal liability,
bond financing and zoninc.
The Seminars will be held en the followinc dates:
February' 25, 1964, at the Cleveland Narriott Inn
at I-71
Airoort, 5277 v. 150th
March 17, 1984, at the Cincinnati Marriott Inn, 11320 Chester Rd.,Sharonville
Cincinnati area I-75)
March 24, 1934, at the Columbus University Hilton Inn, 3110 Olentangy River Rd.
A registration form is enclosed which can be usel to. reoister rembers of
council in advance. Please return the registration form as soon as nossible
and be sure to indicate which seminar nie:liers of your council will be attending.
The registration is $30 and includes coffee, lunch and a copy of a municipal
manual.
Please pass along this information about the seminars to your newly elected
members of council.
® MEMBER: NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES OFFICIAL PUBLICATION: OHIO CITIES AND VILLAGES
THE OHIO MUNICIPAL LEAGUE
PROGRAM
SEMINAR FOR NEWLY ELECTED MEMBERS OF COUNCIL
8:00 -9:00 a.m. REGISTRATION
9: 00 a.m. OPENING SESSION
11:30 a.m.
12:15 p.m.
1:45 p.m.
2:45 p.m.
POWERS AND DUTIES OF COUNCIL
home rule, ordinances, resolutions, contractual
powers, bidding procedures, etc.)
Speaker: John E. Gotherman, Calfee, Halter and
Griswold, Cleveland; Counsel to The Ohio Municipal
League
MUNICIPAL FINANCE -BUDGETING AND APPROPRIATIONS
Speaker: John P. Coleman, Executive Director,
The Ohio Municipal League
LUNCHEON
TOPIC: MIrAICIPAL LIABILITY
GELiERAL SESSION
TOPIC: MUNICIPAL BOND FINANCING
TOPIC: MUNICIPAL ZONING
Lenal limitations, do' s and don' ts)
to
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MUNICIPAL
THE OHIO MUNICIPAL LEAGUE 51 NORTH HIGH STREET •
MEMO TO: Ohio Municipal Officials
January 17, 1934
COLUMBUS. OHIO 43215 •PHONE 614-221-4349
FROM: Cor Wilson, Executive Director, Miami Valley Cable TV Council; President, Ohio
ChapteNr/ational Association of Telecommunications Officers &Advisors
NATOA)
SUBJECT: Cable Television Regional Meetinc
February 9, 1984
Daytonian Hotel
Dayton, Ohio
How do you write a good cable franchise?How do you get the cable companies to
do what they agreed to do in the franchise?How should council regulate cable rates?
What about community, educational and governmental access?il l- the new ruling
of the FCC affect us?What is Congress doing about cable legislation?
These are just a few of the topics and questions to be discussed at the Regional
Meeting of the Ohio Chapter of JATOA, February 9, 1984 in Dayton. A special
tour of a community access facility is also planned.
The Registration fee for the one day meeting is $25 and includes lunch and all
materials. Look over the Program Outline enclosed and then make plans to attend.
If a hotel room is needed, please call the Daytonian et 5134/61-4700.
Send in your ADVANCE REGISTRATION today.
MEMBER: NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES OFFICIAL PUBLICATION: OHIO CITIES AND VILLAGES
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9: 00 a.m.
9:45 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
12: 00 noon
1: 45 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
OHIO CHAPTERNA/ TOA
REGIONAL MEETING
FEBRUARY 9, 1984
Daytonian Hotel
Ludlow and Third Streets
Dayton, Ohio
REGISTRATION
Coffee and Doughnuts
PROGRAM OUTLINE
OPENING SESSION
Presiding: Cor Wilson, Executive Director, Miami Valley Cable TV
Council; President, Ohio ChapteNr/ational Association of Telecommunications
Officers and Advisors (0/ NATOA)
The Basics -panel
What is cable?How does it work?What is Public,Educational,
Government Access? Phy is it important to your corrmunity?
LUNCEON
TOPIC: Pending legislation and rulings of the Federal Communications
Commission. How will they affect Cable Television in your
cor.unurit3'.
BUSES LOAD FOR TOUR OF COMMUNITY ACCESS FACILITY
GENERAL SESSION
Franchises: Up Close and Personal -panel
I?hat is a franchise?What does it do?How does it work?rhat
should be included in a franchise?What about renewal?What are
your responsibilities as franchisors?Are there alternatives to
going it alene?
Frap Up/ Where do we go from here?What resources are available?
0/NATOA' s Program for 1984
Special Reception
An opportunity to share war stories
ADVANCE REGISTRATION FEE -2 5$
Includes lunch and all materials
If hotel rooms are needed, please call the Daytonian Hotel 5134/614-700

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