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Council Minutes May 9, 1984

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SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
MAY 9, 1984
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the Special Meeting to order at 7: 00 p. m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Eisenberg
Vice Mayor -Davison
Mayor Gallant
Manager Plunkett
Law Director -Drake
Councilmember Miller moved to excuse absentee members: Schnaidt, Avery, and
Rader. Motion seconded by Councilmember Eisenberg. Motion carried.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 14-84, "An Ordinance Establishing Rules And Regulations For The
Discharge Of Wastewater Into The Sewer Systems Of The Village Of Granville,
Licking County, Ohio, And Establishing Rates To Be Charged By The Village Of
Granville For Sewer Service To Provide Funds For The Management, Maintenance,
Operation, Improvement And Repair Of The Granville Sewerage System And For
Construction Of The Same", was introduced and title read in its entirety by
Councilmember Eisenberg.
A public hearing was scheduled at this time for in Village May 23, 1984, at 7: 30 p.m., Council Chambers for the above Ordinance.
Ordinance No. 15-84, "An Ordinance To Provide For The Issuance And Sale Of
1,100,000 Of Sewer System Mortgage Revenue Bonds Of The Village Of Granville, Ohio Under Section 12, Article XVIII, Of The Constitution Of The State Of Ohio
For The Purpose Of Improving And Extending The Municipal Sewer System By Moderni- zation Of The Existing Wastewater Treatment Plant To Increase Its Capacity And
Upgrade The Quality Of Treatment And The Construction Of Sanitary Sewers; To Authorize The Execution Of A Mortgage Of Such System And The Extensions And Improvements Thereto And The Revenues Thereof To Secure The Bonds So To Be Issued And Further To Secure Additional Parity Bonds Hereafter Authorized; To Define The Terms Of A Franchise Under Which, In Case Of Foreclosure, The Purchaser May Operate Such System; And To Provide, In Event Of Default, For The Appointment Of A Receiver To Administer Such System"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
A public hearing was scheduled at this time for May 23, 1984, at 7: 30 p.m., in Village Council Chambers for the above Ordinance.
Ordinance No. 168- 5, A"n Ordinance To Provide For The Issuance And Sale Of 450,000 Of Temporary Sewer System Revenue Bonds Of The Village Of Granville, Ohio Under Section 12, Article XVIII, Of The Constitution Of The State Of Ohio For The Purpose Of Improving And Extending The Municipal Sewer System By Modernization Of The Existing Wastewater Treatment Plant To Increase Its Capacity And Upgrade The Quality Of Treatment And The Construction Of Sanitary Sewers; To Authorize The Execution Of A Second Mortgage Of Such System And The Extensions And Improvements Thereto And The Revenues Thereof To Secure The Bonds So To Be Issued And Further To Secure Additional Parity Bonds Hereafter Authorized; To Define The Terms Of A
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Franchise Under Which, In Case Of Foreclosure, The Purchaser System; And May Operate Such To Provide, In Event Of Default, For The Appointment Of A Receiver To Administer Such System"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller.
A public hearing was scheduled at this time for May 23, 1984, at 7: 30 p.m., in Village Council Chambers for the above Ordinance.
Sewer Eastments
Law Director, Robert N. Drake, mentioned to Council that he will have to quiet the title to a portion of the Old Colony Cemetery, in connection with the sewer rehabilitation project.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Regular Council Meeting -May 16, 1984
Special Council Meeting -May 23, 1984
7: 30 p.m..
7: 30 p.m..
Motion to adjourn the meeting was made by Councilmember Eisenberg and seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
Meeting ajourned at 7: 22 p.m..
Attest:
CTerk ot Count il Lf*£
Mayor
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Council Minutes May 2, 1984

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
MAY 2, 1984
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Eisenberg
Vice Mayor Davison
Mayor Gallant
Manager Plunkett
Councilmember Avery moved to excuse Law Director Drake. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held at this time for Ordinance No. 10-84, "An Ordinance Amend Ordinance To No. 348-3 Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1984 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses.
For the benefit of those present, Mayor Gallant stated that Ordinance No. 108-4 appropriates the monies to provide the funds for a used sewer jet truck and the
FseawceirliteiaessemGenratsntw. ith regards to the sewer rehabilitation portion of the Sewer
No one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance. Public hearing closed at 7: 33 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
April 18, 1984 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Eisenberg moved to approve the minutes as revised. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
April 18, 1984 -Council Worksession Minutes -Councilmember Rader moved to approve cthaerrmieidnu. tes as distributed. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Whose who signed the register were:
Dave Schuman
James McNenny
Rick Bline, Sentinel
Erin Scanlon, WHTHW/NKO
Mr. James McNenny, 328 Mt. Parnassus, appeared this evening to voice his opposi- dtiuocntioton. the proposed tax legislation on this evening' s agenda scheduled for intro-
Mr. McNenny felt that a 50%reduced tax credit was unfair, and advocated another form of taxation would be more fair to the residents who must pay elsewhere. He suggested a property tax increase, stating that it would be more uniform. He tchlaeirmeedhasthabetenVillage voters have always responded to approving a tax increase when a need.
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Mayor Gallant thanked Mr. McNenny for his comments, and said that Council will
welcome him back in two weeks along with other citizens for the public hearing
on the proposed tax legislation.
No other comments were made at this time.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Ways &Means -Manager Plunkett introduced Don Wiper, Bond Counsel, of Squire,
Sanders &Dempsey, and Joe Magdich, Financial Advisor, of Seasongood &Mayer.
Mr. Plunkett then turned the discussion over to Mr. Wiper, who explained Council to facts they needed to be aware of regarding the Village' s Sewer System Financing. Using a chart devised by Squire, Sanders &Dempsey, Mr. Wiper
explained in detail the financial plan for the Village' s Wastewater Facility
Improvement. Mr. Wiper further explained that the time frame to pass the
necessary legislation for the Revenue Bonds, Temporary Bonds, and User Charges,
will be very tight. This is because the law prohibits a franchise to be passed
as an emergency measure. Therefore, it will be necessary to schedule two special meetings. Mr. Wiper suggested May 9th and May 23rd as special meetings for the
purpoase of introducing and passing the needed legislation for this matter. Mr. Magdich then stated in brief, the financing plan proposed by his firm. Seasongood &Mayer will buy Granville' s bonds, then resell them. The draw schedule will accommodate payments to the contractors and EPA reimbursements.
Following a lengthy question and answer session, Mayor Gallant thanked Mr. Wiper and Mr. Magdich for coming to the meeting and for their explanations. A
copy of Mr. Wiper' s chart is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Opera House Park -Manager Plunkett reported that the Village received two bids
on the second bidding of the brick walkways for the park. Both bids exceeded the amount budgeted for that project. Mr. Plunkett asked Council for some direction on the matter.
Discussion among members and Manager Plunkett centered on alternate types of walkways for the park. It was the consensus of those members present to recommend to the Opera House Park Improvement Committee that they re-think the idea of brick walkways and that they check into other types such as concrete aggregate or the concrete with brick mold. In the meantime, several members said they would attend the next Township Trustee' s meeting and ask them if they would consider possibly using something other than a brick walkway or, if they would be willing to contribute more money for the brick walkways.
Vice Mayor Davison mentioned that the Opera House Bell which rests in the median on West Broadway, still needs to be moved to the park. He said the Granville Preservation Association has stated that they will pay for the moving of the bbeellll, but there is still the matter of funds for a base in the park to put the on. The Committee has made no decision on what to do with the Elm Tree sculpture. In conclusion, Mr. Davison said the Opera House Park Improvement Com- mittee has scheduled a meeting for Monday, May 7, 1984, at 7: 30 p.m.,in Village pCaorukn'cil Chambers, and that he would convey Council' s feelings with regard to the s walkways.
Township Trustee' s Meeting -Vice Mayor Davison reported on the Trustee' s meeting. He said Mayor Gallant made a good presentation at that meeting with regard to the Township participating in the BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives improvement project. Mr. Davison said the Township Trustee' s made no committment on the matter, but
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would give Council an answer in one week.
Recreation Commission -Councilmember Eisenberg reported that the Recreation Commission
moved last Saturday, and many volunteers (including Manager Plunkett),
appeared to lend their help. He said all the Recreation Commission' s equipment
and the Granville Player' s equipment was moved into the old street barn building.
Other news: the baseball fences were put up at the high school, and some clearing
work was done at Wildwood Park. Mr. Eisenberg said the Township Trustee' s
are going to provide some equipment and labor to clean out ditches etc.,at the
park, and; the bikeway portion to Alexandria is complete.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 10-84, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 34-83 Providing For
Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1984 And Revising For Sums Operating Expenses"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Miller. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Rader. Roll call vote: Millery-es, Radery-es, Schnaidty-es, Averyy-es, Eisenbergy-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. Seven yes votes. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 10-84 duly adopted.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 118- 4, A"n 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 Council- member Schnaidt.
A public hearing was scheduled at this time for May 16, 1984, at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 12-84, "An Ordinance To Amend Sections 171. 19 And 171. 21 Of The Codified Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville By Reducing The Credit Allowed For Tax Paid In Another Municipality As Of January 1, 1985, And To Enact Section 171. 22 To Make Registration Mandatoryw",as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Rader.
A public hearing was scheduled at this time for May 16, 1984, at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 13-84, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract For The Purchase Of A Used Sewer Jet Truck For A Maximum Bid Price Of $17,000", was introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Avery. A public hearing was scheduled at this time for May 16, 1984, at 7:30 p.m..
Resolution No. 85-26, T"o Reject All Bids For The Construction Of Brick Walkways DInavTishoenO. pera House Park"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 852-6. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried. Resolution No. 85-26 duly passed.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
At this time, Councilmember Rader moved that a Special Meeting of Council be scheduled for May 9, 1984, at 7:00 p.m.f,or the purpose of introducing legisla- CtioounncnilmeceemsbsaerryMfoilrlefri.nanMcointiogn the Village' s Sewer Project. Motion seconded by carried.
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Vice Mayor Davison moved that a Special Meeting of Council be scheduled for
May 23, 1984, at 7: 30 p.m.,for the purpose of considering for adoption the
legislation necessary for financing the Village' s Sewer Project. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
With no further business to discuss, Vice Mayor Davison moved for adjournment.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9: 20 p.m..
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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-
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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:
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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
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DENISON UNIVERSITY
Fixed Debt Service Charge
Variable Debt Service Charge
Variable OM&R Charge #
Total Avg. Monthly Charge
Option 1 -
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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
D
rl
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
Ve
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:
1
1. Sponsored a public presentation of U.S. foreign and
defense policy by the Licking County League of Women Voters,
E March 18, 1984.
V
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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CALL TO ORDER
REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
APRIL 4, 1984
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Eisenberg
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Avery
PUBLIC HEARING
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
A public hearing was held at this time for Ordinance No. Amend 9-84, A"n Ordinance To Ordinance No. 34-83 Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1984 And Revising Sums For Capital Expenditures."
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 9-84. Public hearing closed at 7: 33 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
March 21, 1984 -Regular Council Meeting -Vice Mayor Davison moved to approve cthaerrimeidn.utes as submitted. Motion seconded by Councilmember Eisenberg. Motion
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
H. Jack Donald
Lindsey Park, Advocate .
Theresa Overholser
Mr. &Mrs. J. W. Blum
W. H. Scheer
Charles Wagner
Clara A. Francis
Nancy Lee Sawyer
Carl Johnson
Ruth Owen
Kennard B. Bork
Katherine Bork
Robert L. Shannon
Jeff Roedel, Citizen Journal
David Crook
Nancy Karlsberger
Harry Winter
Audrey Wagner
Mrs. Dwight Sawyer
Bette Jo Johnson
Robert Wong
Robert Owen
Erle Richards
Erin Scanlon, WHTHW/NKO
Mayor Gallant commented at this time that this is the time in the agenda where qCuoeusntcioil npsr.ovides an opportunity for citizens to make comments and to ask
Mayor Gallant asked that those persons who might be at the meeting out of concern for BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives proposed improvement to hold their
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comments at this time, and that Council will provide those citizens opportunity with the to speak and to make comments during Old Business before the Resolution of Necessity is considered.
Mayor Gallant asked if there were other persons attending this meeting who wished to speak to some issue of concern. Hearing none, the meeting proceeded with the next item on the agenda.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Recreation Commission -Councilmember Eisenberg reported on the Commission' s meeting of April 3, 1984. Reporting on a number of items he felt would be of general interest to Council, and to the public at large, Mr. Eisenberg began his report with Wildwood Park. The Commission has ordered the large piece of playground equipment, and the Granville Jaycees have volunteered to do the installation. No activity on the future soccer field due to the continuous rain recently, and; the bike path construction is proceeding nicely. On behalf of. the Recreation Commission, Mr.E.isenberg gratefully acknowledged the new bushes recently installed at Wildwood Park by the Village.
On another note, Mr. Eisenberg stated that the most pressing matter for the Recrelon,Commission at this time, is the fact that the Gemmuni..:ty 4enteri/T-78tLe9#447 flosingE F*b-*ui*lding and must vacate by May 1st of this year. A concept has 0-* 6 ' 710 been raised for a permanent community center or a multi-purpose facility to be shared by some of the other governmental bodies, but at this point remains to be just a dream. Mr. Eisenberg stressed strongly, that the Recreation Commission needs space immediately for the various functions they operate, a place for their meetings, and; storage space for the large equipment: pool table, air hockey games, and the foosball game. In conclusion, Mr. Eisenberg asked the media present this evening if they would publicize for the Recreation Commission the need for space, and; if any citizens have suggestions as to how these problems might be resolved, to con- tact either Rodney or Debby McPeek, Directors of the Recreation Commission.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 9-84, 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 MCaotpioitnal Expenditures"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Eisenberg. seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Following a brief discussion, the roll call was made by the Clerk. Eisenberg- ySeevse,nSchnaidty-es, Millery-es, Radery-es, Averyy-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. yes votes. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 9-84 duly adopted.
Revised Wastewater Rates
Manager Plunkett briefly explained that Council has three possible methods by which to adjust wastewater rates to fund the local share of the new Wastewater Treatment Facility. He recommended that Council schedule a public hearing on the proposed changes in sewer rates to provide information and give the public tahnaot pportunity to ask questions and voice concerns. Mr. Plunkett commented this was not a legal requirement, but felt a public hearing would be in order.
Hearing no objections to the scheduling of a public hearing on this matter, CthoeunhceilarCinhgamwbaesrss. et at this time for April 18, 1984, at 7:30 p.m.i,n Village
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BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives Update
Manager Plunkett at this time gave an updated report on the current status of the proposed Beechwood and Thornewood Drives Improvement Project. He also
explained the "Resolution of Necessity" that Council has before them this
evening. In addition, a way was found within the law to allow this road improvement to be levied over a twenty year period as opposed to a ten year period.
Manager Plunkett mentioned that Jerry Turner, Design Engineer, of the
firm C. F. Bird &R. J. Bull, Ltd.w,as present this evening to answer any questions citizens or members of Council might have with regards to this pro- ject.
In conclusion, Manager Plunkett explained the mechanics of how the proposed road improvement would be constructed.
During an interim discussion, it was pointed out that the Village plans to contribute $46,000, to this project which is now'estimated to cost $289,000. Also, that property owners would have the opportunity to pay the entire cost of their assessment and avoid any interest charges, if paid within thirty days of the completion of the project and the certification and acceptance by Council.
Mayor Gallant at this time opened the discussion for questions or comments by concerned citizens from the Village and the Township.
The following citizens raised questions and voiced concerns with regards to the proposed road improvement:
H. Jack Donald
Carl Johnson
Audrey Wagner
Kennard Bork
Julius Blum
Kay Bork
Carolyn Blum
Bette Jo Johnson
W. H. Scheer
Robert Owen
Mark Shuetz
Vicky Shuetz
Nancy Sawyer
Ruth Owen
Dave Crook
Questions and/ or concerns raised during this period were as follows:
What happens to the funds if the bids for the project go over the estimated cost? aWshseneswsmilel ntth?e residents and nonr-esidents of the Village know the amount of their
cDlouedseththee 4$ $6,000 the Village plans to contribute towards the road improvement in- 11,000 for updating the water line?
How can the proposed road improvement hold up for twenty years when the County Commissioners claim it won' t hold up for ten years? Is the Village prepared to provide proper maintenance of the road once it is improved?
Wsohaftt equipment is the Village planning to purchase to maintain the culverts and spots in the road?
A concern that not only will the residents be assessed for the road improvement but, ongoing maintenance as well.
How was the 4$6,000 figure arrived at that the Village will contribute, and tshineceViltlhaegree has been a change in the total estimated cost for the project, would proportionately pick up a larger share? rHoowadws?ill the proposed road improvement control the surface water coming down the
What is the necessity of continuing Thornewood, and has a cul-de-sac been con- sidered?
wEr- er-'ULLm isg*icgn 0£44444<9V b*#iML4*-41762*14, 1667,&7
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How much more water will the property located at the bottom of Thornewood Drive4 :, get after the ditches and drains have been reworked?
Will the ditches be paved or sodded?
What was Council 's recommendation or suggestion to the County Commissioners with ' : regard to abutting township residents helping with a portion of the financial h
obligation of the road improvement and did Council ask that the Edgewood residents help as well?
What is the Village doing right now to make these two roads a safe highway, and what can be done now to make the roads more passable?
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Responses to. residents quest-ions and concerns were as. follows:
If bids for the road improvement project go over 10%of the estimated coht, Village must reject the bids. However, the engineer' s estimate includes a substantial contingency and should not go over.
Assessments are being determined by the assessor, who is Burgess &Niple, Ltd.. When these figures are known,the Village will notify Village residents and the County Commissioners will notify their people of a public hearing and the amount mofeththoed.ir assessment. Assessments are being determined by the benefit conferred
The 1$1,765 proposed to update and improve the water lines in the Beechwood/ Thornewood area will not be part of the $46,000.
With regards to the road improvement holding up for twenty years, response to this was that with proper maintenance there is no reason the road shouldn' t hold up.
The Village will maintain the new road to the best of its ability, and with tinhveesctomoepnert.ative help of the residents, both will be able to protect their
As to equipment, the Village is planning to purchase a sewer jet truck to clean out sewers. This piece of equipment can also be used to clean out storm drains. With regard to soft spots in the roads surface, and berms needing repaired, the Village has the kind of equipment to take care of these items.
bWyithCoruengcairlds to the $46,000 contribution to the project, this figure was arrived by the following method:
What was financially possible for the Village to contribute, and such items under drainage which might be viewed as "restoration and repair"work and, in addition, amounts from contingency, engineering, administrative, and benefit atossethsesmteonttacl osts in the same proportion as "restoration and repair" items are project.
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With regard tocontrollingsurface water coming down the roads, the road will be crowned in the center, and additional drains will be installed. The plan is to pick the water up and move it out and away from the roadways.
With regard to continuing Thornewood, from a safety point of view, the road would be too long to make a dead end road, making it impossible for a fire atrufcirketotrubcakcktodown. A cul-de-sac was considered, but again not enough room for turn around.
With regard to the disproportionate amounts spent on BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives in
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comparison to other streets 2) in the Village, those figures will be made available aAReona=e: D=ossb#te by the Village Manager.®244fu£t:aj/»t ¢a/x#cq& The property located at the bottom of Thornewood Drive should not get any more water if the drainage structures installed are properly opened. As to the ditches being paved or sodded, most of them will be sodded a few will be concrete paved where they go around a radius.
When Council met with the County Commissioners, they made no recommendations
as to the amount of financial help. Council did ask for help from the County Commissioners, residents of Edgewood Drive and abutting property owners on Thornewood. With those people participating in the improvement project, the pro- portionate amount is then determined by the Assessor, Burgess &Niple, Ltd., by the benefit conferred method.
However, the County Commissioners declined to help, and they declined to assess the residents on Edgewood.
It was mentioned at the meeting with the County Commissioners that the Village assisted the County in providing water to Alexandria.
With regard to current maintenance to these roads, the Village did install approximately 1500 feet of storm sewer pipe in this area last fall. Also, twice the Village has spread #4 gravel on these roads this year. The Village has ntootaaskskethdemtheinTtohwenship if they will grade these roads as yet, but are planning near future.
With no further questions or responses.made, Mayor Gallant commented that Council has tried to respond to citizens questions and concerns expressed as honestly as they can or in the best way that they can, not being able to guarantee certain factual kinds of promises etc..Mr. Gallant said Council does appreciate the willingness of people to come and discuss the matter with them.
No other old business was considered at this time.
NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 84-22 -A "Resolution Declaring It Necessary To Improve Thornewood Drive And Beechwood Drive Between Certain Termini By Grading, Constructing A New Base, Providing Drainage Ditches And Facilities, Paving With Asphalt, And Pro- viding Other Necessary Appurtenances, And Declaring An Emergencyw",as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Eisenberg. Motion for passage of the Emergency Section XII, of Resolution No. 84-22, was made by Councilmember Eisenberg and seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Roll call vote: Eisenbergy-es, Davisony-es, Schnaidty-es, Averyy-es, Millery-es, Rader- ydeusly, pGaasslleadn. ty-es. Seven yes votes. Emergency Section XII of Resolution No. 84-22
Councilmember Eisenberg moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-22. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Roll call vote: Eisenbergy-es, Radery-es, RSecshonluatiidotny-eNso, .A8v4e2-r2yy-edusl,yMillery-es, Davisony-es, Gallanty-es. Seven yes votes. passed.
BRiedssolution No. 842- 3, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Separate read iFnoritBsuseh nHtiorgegtiyng And Mowing Of Municipal Lands In 1984"w,as introduced and by Councilmember Avery. Motion for passage of Resolution No. 842-3 was made by Councilmember Avery danudlysepcaosnsdeedd. by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. Resolution No. 842-3
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Resolution No. 84-24, "To Authorize The Village Manager Bids For The Construction To ReA- dvertise For Of Brick Walkways In The Opera House Park"w,as in- troduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 842-4. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Following a brief discussion, the motion carried. Resolution No. 84-24 duly passed.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
April 18, 1984 -Regular Council Meeting -7: 30 p.m.. Public HearingS/ewer Rates
WorksessionT/axes -Immediately following regular meeting.
With no further business to discuss, the meeting was adjourned following a motion by Vice Mayor Davison, and seconded by Councilmember Eisenberg. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9:22 p.m..
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Mayor 3 <.-
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
Mr. Douglas Plunkett
P. 0. Box 514
Granville, Ohio 43023
Dear Mr. Plunkett:
Lll"ivd#Is"'_1l[1'
April 3, 1984
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Dimension Cable Services is pleased to announce that the expanded services discussed during the past few months are now ready to be offered to the residents of Licking County.
Community residents will be informed of the availability of these new services through a press release as well as a map grid in the Advocate on Thursday, which will identify the location of each area and the dates wahtteanchseedrvices will be available in that area. A copy of these documents are for your reference.
Due to the limited availability of equipment and the number of re- sidents in the community, it is important to maintain a structured method to introduce these new services as well as the other components within this mar- keting effort. As stated in the news release, it will take approximately bfivrieefmonths to contact residents in all communities served. Following is a description of the changes to be introduced:
New Services
A.)Tier
usinxit:separate services on four channels to be sold as a
B.)Disney
Arts &Entertainment
Nickelodeon
Country Music Television
Financial News Network
Black Entertainment Television
Lifetime
a premium family entertainment service
Times Mirror Cable Television of Licking County, Inc. 111 N. 11 th Street •P.O. Box 680 •Newark, OH 43055 •Phone 614-345-4081
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Packaged Rates
A.)A discounted rate structure will be available to individuals who elect to purchase "packaged" services.
1.)The package structure is designed to provide graduated
discounts for individuals purchasing and number of services. a certain type
Remote Converters
Cordless remote converters will be provided at no charge to individuals who elect to purchase the two-premium service package or greater.
Converter Deposit Credits
A.)Prior to September, 1983 all subscribers paid a converter deposit at time of connection.
1.)During this marketing campaign, these converter deposits may be applied to the purchase of new services or credited against the account balance if no new services are purchased.
Installation Offer
A.)A special half-price installation offer will be available through the sales representatives for the twow- eek period they are work- ing in an area.
This is an exciting time for Dimension Cable Services and the commun- kiteyep. Thank you for your support. I look forward to working with you, and will you informed as we progress.
Sincerely,
David W. Metz
System Manager
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Enclosures
NEWS RELEASE
DIMENSION CABLE SERVICES EXPANDS PROGRAMMING
NEWARK, OHIO --MORE NEW ENTERTAINMENT AND INFORMATION CHOICES WILL BE AVAILABLE
TO LICKING COUNTY RESIDENTS AS DIMENSION CABLE SERVICES EXPANDS ITS CHANNEL LINEUP
BEGINNING IN APRIL. THE SEVEN NEW SERVICES PROMISE SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE.
THE NEW PROGRAMMING SERVICES INCLUDE:
THE DISNEY CHANNELI N --STEREOF -A-MILY ENTERTAINMENT FROM THE DISNEY LIBRARY.
FINANCIAL NEWS NETWORKL -IV- E FINANCIAL AND BUSINESS PROGRAMMING THAT INCLUDES
TICKER CRAWLS FROM THE NEW YORK AND AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE.
BLACK ENTERTAINMENT TELEVISION -- PROGRAMMING ORIENTED TOWARD THE BLACK
AUDIENCE FEATURING FILMS, SPORTS, PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND MUSICAL SPECIALS.
LIFETIME -- A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT SERIES COVERING HEALTH, SCIENCE AND LIFESTYLE TOPICS.
COUNTRY MUSIC TELEVISION I-N- STEREO T-A-PED AND RECORDED COUNTRY WESTERN MUSIC.
ARTS &ENTERTAINMENT -A- FULLR-ANGE OF AMERICAN AND INTERNATIONALLY PRODUCED
PROGRAMS AND SPECIALS DEVOTED TO THE PERFORMING ARTS.
NICKELODEON -C-HILDREN' S PROGRAMS DESIGNED FOR SPECIAL AGE GROUPS.
THE DISNEY CHANNEL CAN BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY OR AS PART OF A PACKAGE WITH OTHER
SERVICES AT A REDUCED PRICE. THE OTHER SIX SERVICES ARE SOLD TOGETHER AS ONE UNIT OR AS PART OF A PACKAGE AT A REDUCED PRICE.
THE SEVEN NEW SERVICES ARE MADE POSSIBLE VIA A MULTIPLE SATELLITE RECEIVING ANTENNA
ECLALLLITEED WANITHEAINRTTHHESTCAOTMIOMNU.NICIATTIOCNANSPREECCTERIVUEM.PRTOHGERAEMAMRINTHGSFRTOAMTIOANNYWACSOMINMSUTNAICLALTEIDONATSAAT-
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COST OF MORE THAN $60,000.
THE NEW SERVICES ARE BEING OFFERED IN ADDITION TO THE EXISTING 21-CHANNEL BASIC
SERVICE AND THREE PREMIUM SERVICES T-H-E MOVIE CHANNEL, SHOWTIME, AND HOME BOX
OFFICE.
TO ENSURE THE BEST POSSIBLE SERVICE IN AN ORDERLY MANNER TO EXISTING AND NEW
SUBSCRIBERS, DIMENSION CABLE SERVICES SALES REPRESENTATIVES WILL CONTACT ALL
RESIDENTS ON AN AREA-BY-AREA BASIS. THE NEW SERVICES WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE
THROUGH THE OFFICE OR PHONE CENTER PRIOR TO THE SALES REPRESENTATIVE' S VISIT
TO EACH AREA.
A MAP SHOWING THE DATES AND LOCATION WHERE SALES REPRESENTATIVES WILL BE WORKING
WILL BE PRINTED IN THE ADVOCATE EARLY EACH WEEK. SALES REPRESENTATIVES WILL
VISIT EACH RESIDENCE IN THE DESIGNATED AREA UP TO THREE TIMES DURING A 2-WEEK
PERIOD. IF NO ONE IS HOME DURING THESE CONTACTS, THE SALES REPRESENTATIVE WILL
LEAVE A DOOR HANGER ON THE THIRD VISIT. THE DOOR HANGER WILL HAVE A NUMBER TO
CALL IF YOU WANT TO PURCHASE THE NEW SERVICES.
A SPECIAL ONE-TIME INSTALLATION OFFER WILL BE GIVEN TO ANYONE WHO SIGNS UP WHEN
CONTACTED BY A SALES REPRESENTATIVE DURING THE TWO- WEEK PERIOD. INSTALLATION
COSTS VARY DEPENDING ON THE SERVICES PURCHASED.
IT WILL TAKE APPROXIMATELY FIVE MONTHS FOR OUR 15 SALES REPRESENTATIVES TO STOP
AT EVERY RESIDENCE,S"AID DAVE METZ, VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER. T "HIS
APPROACH IS NECESSARY BECAUSE OF LIMITED EQUIPMENT AND THE LARGE AREA WE SERVE
APPROXIMATELY 29,000 HOMES).WE APPRECIATE EVERYONE' S PATIENCE AND UNDERSTANDING
DURING THIS TIME AND ASK THAT YOU CHECK THE NEWSPAPER EACH WEEK FOR THE DATES OUR
SALES REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE IN YOUR AREA."
OUTSTANDING CHOICES YOU CAN' T FIND ANYWHERE ELSE ARE COMING SOON! DIMENSION
CABLE SERVICES IS PROUD TO OFFER ONE OF THE BEST PROGRAMMING SELECTIONS AVAILABLE
IN THE CABLE TELEVISION INDUSTRY," METZ SAID.
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FROM:
RE:
DATE:
Doug Plunkett
Rob Drake
Alexandria Water Contract
March 22, 1984
MEMO
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I was contacted by Bill Rickrich, who is the Village Solicitor for Alexandria. Their Council is required by our water contract with them to post
a bond to secure the payment of their billings. The Alexandria Council is
looking toward ways to save money (aren' t we all) and Bill asked me to put before our Council the possibility of reducing or eliminating the bond. consider I the appropriate way for me to do this is to report the question to you.
4022*.fc*' 1( »44
Robert N. Drake
Village Law Director

Council Minutes March 21, 1984

REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
MARCH 21, 1984
Ill CALL TO ORDER
Vice Mayor Davison called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Eisenberg ,
Vice Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Davison
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Miller moved to excuse absentee Councilmember member Gallant. Motion seconded by Schnaidt. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING L%4 _
Public hearings were held on the following ordinances:
Ordinance No. 4-84 -An Ordinance To Amend Sections Of The Code Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville Establishing Water Regulations And Charges And To Repeal Existing Sections Of The Code Of Ordinances.
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 4-84. Public hearing closed at 7: 33 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
Ordinance No. 5-84 -An Ordinance To Amend Sections Of The Code Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville Establishing Personnel Practices And To Repeal Existing Sections Of The Code Of Ordinances.
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 5-85. Public hearing closed at 7: 34 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
Ordinance No. 6-84 -An Ordinance To Amend Sections Of The Code Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville Establishing Procedures For The Disposition Of Surplus Property And Property Held By The Police Department And To Repeal Existing Sections Of The Code Of Ordinances.
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 6-84. Public hearing closed at 7: 35 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
Ordinance No. 7-84 -An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 348-3 And Appropriate Funds For Capital Expenditures In The General Fund.
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 7-84. Public hearing closed at 7:36 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
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March 21, 1984
Page 2 of 4
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Erin Scanlon.WHTHW/NKO
Lindsey Park, Advocate
No comments were made at this time.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of February was presented and reviewed. Council- member Miller moved that the Mayor' s Report for the month of February be accepted. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of February was presented and reviewed. Follow- ing a brief discussion, Councilmember Rader moved to approve the Manager' s Report for the month of February. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Municipal Goals-Report on Commuter Tax/ Tax Structure by Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Rader reported that a substantial portion of Village residents pay no income tax to the Village. He recommended that Council consider an ordinance to reduce the current 100%income tax credit, to 50%H.e said this was long over- due and would like to see this implemented as soon as possible. Mr. Rader further commented that the Village is in need of the money now, and cited as the need for additional revenues, the estimated 8$5,000 in street repairs alone, in 1984. Following a brief discussion among members,it was the consensus of those members present to discuss the matter further in a Worksession. This was scheduled for April 18, 1984, immediately following the Regular Council Meeting.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 4-84, A"n Ordinance To Amend Sections Of The Code Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville Establishing Water Regulations And Charges And To Repeal Existing Sections Of The Code Of Ordinances"w,as moved for adoption by Council- member Schnaidt. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Schnaidty-es, Millery-es, Radery-es, Eisenbergy-es, Davisony-es, Gallanta-bsent, 4Av-8e4 ryda-ublyseandto. pteFdiv.e yes votes, two members absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No.
Ordinance No. 5-84, A"n Ordinance «To Amend Sections Of The Code Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville Establishing Personnel Practices And To Repeal Existing Sections Of The Code Of Ordinances"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Miller. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Millery-es, Schnaidty-es, Eisenbergy-es, Radery-es, Davisony-es, Gallanta-bsent, Averya-bsent. Five yes votes, two members absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 5-84 duly adopted.
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March 21, 1984
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Ordinance No. 6-84, "An Ordinance To Amend Sections Of The Code Of Ordinances Of
The Village of Granville Establishing Procedures For The Disposition Of Surplus Property And Property Held By The Police Department And To Repeal tions Of Existing Sec- The Code Of Ordinances"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember
Eisenberg. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Roll call vote: Eisenbergyes,
Millery-es, Radery-es, Schnaidty-es, Davisony-es, Gallanta-bsent, Avery- absent. Five yes votes, two members absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 6-84 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 7-84, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 34-83 And Appropriate Funds For Capital Expenditures In The General Fund"w,as moved for adoption by Councilmember Rader. Motion seconded by Councilmember Eisenberg. Roll call vote: Radery-es, Eisenbergy-es, Schnaidty-es, Millery-es, Davisony-es, Gallanta-bsent, Averya-bsent. Five yes votes, two members absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 7-84 duly adopted.
BeechwoodT/hornewood
Manager Plunkett stated that he received a revised engineer' s estimate from Jerry
Turner of C.F.Bird &R.J.Bull, Ltd.f,or BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives Improvements, March 19th. The revised estimate cites additional excavating, granular backfill, and pipe underdrains will be needed as a result of the subsoil investigation. The total estimated project cost amounts to $289,930, an increase of approximately 43,000, over the engineer' s estimate January, 1984. Manager Plunkett said he has received no response from the County Commissioners with regards to his letter of February 29, 1984.
Following a brief discussion, it was agreed that those members who were free
Monday, March 26th, would meet at the County Commissioner' s to hear their response tImo pCroovuenmceiln' ts. request for assistance with regards to BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 8-84, A"n Emergency Ordinance Enacted By The Village Of Granville, Licking County, Ohio, In the Matter Of The Hereinafter Described Improvement, And To Request Cooperation From The Director Of Transportation, And Declaring An Emergencyw",as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt. Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of Section V, the Emergency Clause, after reading the section in its entirety. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Roll call vote: Schnaidty-es, Radery-es, Millery-es, Eisenbergy-es, Davisony-es, EGmaelrlgaennctya-bsent, Averya-bsent. Five yes votes, two members absent. Motion carried. Section V duly passed.
by CCoouunncciillmmeemmbbeerr ESicshennabiedrtgm. oved for adoption of Ordinance No. 8-84. Motion seconded
yes, Rader- yes,
members absent.
Roll call vote: Schnaidty-es, Eisenbergy-es, Miller- Davisony-es, Gallanta- bsent, Averya-bsent. Five yes votes, two Motion carried. Ordinance No. 8-84 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 9-84, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 348-3 Providing For Adjust- ments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1984 And Revising Sums For Capital Expenditures"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Eisenberg. A public hearing was set at this time for April 4, 1984, at 7:30 p.m..
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March 21, 1984
Page 4 of 4
Resolution No. 84-21, "To Reject All Bids For The Purchase Of A Police Cruiser",
was introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller.
Councilmember Miller moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-21. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried. Resolution No. 84-21 duly passed.
Resignation
Council received a letter of resignation from Barbara Nuclear L. Lucier, member of the Weapons Freeze Study Commission.
Following a brief discussion, Councilmember Miller moved to accept Barbara L. Lucier' s resignation with regret. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried. A copy of Ms. Lucier' s letter is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Other Items
MtoanSaegwererPlunkett brought to Council' s attention a memo in their folders with regards Rates. He asked members to read the information attached to the memo and that they be prepared to direct him with regards to an ordinance incorporating a rate structure they feel appropriate.
A motion to excuse absentee member Avery was made by Councilmember Rader and seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
With no further business to discuss, Councilmember Miller moved to adjourn the meeting. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8:15 p.m..
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Mayoir SJS
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MAYOR' S COURT REPORT
Offenses Against Persons
Total Violations
Balance of Bond Monies from previous month A13,-( 1C.ol lected for present month tpaid to State (RRR &GRF) Atl' paid in refunds or overpayments Alibt paid into General Fund Balll,ice bgnd pnies remaining in account Keturned Lhec
65
976.00
3361. 00
806.00
420.00
2643.00
468.00
59
976. 00
2822.00
650.00
267.00
1832. 00
976.00
73. 00
48
40.00
1923. 00
324.00
66. 00
1573.00
0-
February 1984 -J*.anuary 1984 February 1983
iinq Tickets Issued 46 36 22
tions: 63 Comolaints: 2
StOD Sign 2 4 5
StoD Signal 4 3
Sveed 43 38 21
Imoroger Turn 1 1
Juvenile Court 3 3 5
Driving Under Influence of Alcohol 1 1 2
Re.cklesall@R[ oaer Operation of Vehicle 1
2
Exoired Plates/Improper Display 4 1 3
License Violations 3
2
Restriction/Safety Violations 1
u re to Yield 3 1 1
rover Lanes/Passing 2
1
Assured Clear Distance
Fleeing/ Resistinq
2
Prohibited Rt. Turn on Red 1
Driving Under Suspension 1
Open Container 2
Misrepresentation/ Falsification
Disturbinq The Peace/ Disorderly
Theft/ Fraud 4
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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 Flash Mixer.
Feb. 1984
25,801.000
889,000
2
365
1,635
Jan. 1984
28,384.000
915,000
4
466
1,559
Feb. 1983
27.841.000
994,000
0
380
1,655
MANAGER' S REPORT
11 11 8
1 3 0
1 12 1
11 11 2
0 1 0
0 0 0
Manager' s Report
Page II
WASTE WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Treated
Daily Average (Gallons)
Sludge Beds Filled
Sludge Beds Clea,ned
Lines Rodded
Monthly Rain Fall
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
Feb. 1984
15.950.000 (Est)
550,000 (Est)
2
4,000 ft.
3. 0 in.
Jan. 1984 F?b:1983 . .
15.500.000 (Est) 14.000.000 (Est)
500,000 (Est) 500,000 (Est)
2 0
500 ft.
1. 50 in.
600 ft.
78 in.
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0 0 0
Manager' s Report
Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance (Cold Mix)Tons
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 Wel Projects (Hours) fare (Hours)
Call Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permit
Special Interest Items
Feb.
Amount
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1984 Jan 1984 Feb 1983
Manhours Amount Manhours Amount Manhours
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73
79
278
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g Tickets
I'ta*Lc*Citations
1b-adKic Stops
TuAge Dibection
Vehicte Check*
House Checks
OU6, 1916o£us Pekbon6,
Emerq . 6 Fire As 3.68 ts
Other Dept. AAJLA6£
Impounds 6 Toloing
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MPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Inju,ty Accidents
Von-Inju*Ac*cident6
Inve* tiqations :
Comptain.4
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82 Dodge
Vehicte 1
83 Chevrolet
C VehideJ
UtTILIZED: 508.6 GatEons
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Monthig Manager'd Repoit***
68, 734
ledometeAJ
11,595
Odometek)
110
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PATROL ACTIVITIES PATROL ACTIVITIES
Pakking Ticketi Parking Tickets
7-ad*62,Citako1,6 T4a66,lic Citation.8
Tu661.c Stop* TAa66£c Stops
Tra66ic Dikection 1-4466£c Dikection
Vehide Checkd Vehicte Chec/ u
Hou,8 e Checks House Checks
Su,6101.Cious Pe* 30,13
Emekg. 6 FOLe A63,66£8
Othe,t Dect. Ass,666£
Impound6 6 Towing
Foot Patrob
Unt ecured Buteding3
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Induk#Accidentj
Non-Iniu,ty Accidenti
Inve,6 tiqations :
Comptaintj
Odden3ea
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Felony
Mis demeanok
Chakqes F£ted: (2)
Fetonq
MUdemeanok
EHICLE MILEAGE:
46 36 21
63 55 45
45 44 51
176 100 145
13 18
30
828 926
4 1 Su,61ic>iOUS PUUOF!«6 7
15 18 Emerg. 6 Fire Ass6. 8£ 8 12 5 5 Other Velot. As,6,68£ 6 23
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Impounds 6 Towinq 3
169 Foot Pat40£ 3 238
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Mototut A66,68.t8 23 Motobi.8.C A68£ 628 23
342 Patbot Time (Houbs ) 382 Pattot Time (Hou,u ) 349
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
1 In iukq Acciden«t6 1
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3 Non-Iniub#Accidents 5
Inve,8* qetion,5 : 61 44 Comptaint6 62
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Feionu 2
AhN*a : 3 ()
Fetong M.68 demeanor 8
2 hakqe,8 Fited: 11)
M,66 demeanok 2
Fe, tonu 2 Chabges Filed: 3( )
Misdemeanok 6
Fetonu 1
1 MU demeanor
WINISTRATI VE ACTIVITIES ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES
AdminS. /pecial De«taits 426 AdminS. /pecia£Detai£ 3
ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES
i erviCe,6: 294 Admin.S /peciat Detait8, 349 Service :
Mad Se* vice:
14 Mal Hand 12 Mad Detivered Mait 16
30 Hand Detivered Mait 79 Hand De££ Funea*g Ed vered Mai£ CO46 24
2 Funet,at Ej cott6 2 FuneuE Bcobia Bank EaC04«td, 5 Bank Es cobia 4 Bank Escokkj 1 33
FUNO-I"-'
GENERAL
STREET
HIGHWAY
WATER
WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
SEWER
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE
FEDERAL SEWER GRANT
TREASURY INVESTMENT BOARD
TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS
BALANCE 1/31/ 84 LIPTS
280,948.49 32,238.62
6,816. 77
311. 07
54,205.69
10,546. 30
78,041. 11
187, 142,49
24, 799.65
9, 935.35
95, 730. 00
15,848. 19
105,000.00
869, 325. 11
Certificates of Deposit 1/31/ 84
General Fund 250,000
Water 0
Sewer
40,000
Equipment Reserve 66,960
Sewer Capital Improvement 125,000 TOTAL 481,960
2,677.14
217.06
30, 680. 10
0-
9,497. 50
0-
18. 58
0-
0-
0-
0-
75, 329.00
Shirley Robertson
Finance Director
DISBURSEMENTS
37, 466.72
6, 223.83
270.44
21,374.02
0-
6, 612.58
0-
927.12
0-
0-
0-
0-
72,874.71
BALANCE
275, 720.39
3,270.08
257. 69
63,511. 77
10,546.30
80,926.03
187, 142.h9
23,891. 11
9, 935. 35
95,730.00
15,848.19
105,000.00
871, 779.40
Certificates of Deposit 2/29/ 84
General 250,000
Water 0
Sewer 40, 000
Equipment Reserve 66,960
Sewer Capital Improvement 125, 000
TOTAL 481,960
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Granville Village Council Granville, Ohio 43023
Dear Members of the Village Council:
216 S. Pearl Street
Granville, Ohio 43023
March 15, 1984
I NuclearamWewaproitnisng you in order to submit my resignation from the professional Freeze Study Commission. Because of personal and time commitments, I find that I am not able to give the to serving on the commission that I feel is necessary in order to do a good job. I would not be satisfied to make less than a full oefffothret atoltetrhniastegsroup and am, therefore, asking that you appoint one in my place.
Thank you for the opportunity to serve the village. I hope that haatvesommeorefuttuimree time, you will again consider me for service when I to give.
Sincerely,
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Barbara L. Lucier
5 RLfi/ MAR. t 6U « 9 THE VILLAGE OF ' ' GRANVILLE '
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RICHARD J. BULL, P.E. P.S.
Chairman
LES
F.BIRD,ChairmanEmeritus
JERRY L. TURNER. P. E.
Vice-Chairman
ARLES J. COGHLAN. P.E.
Secy.Treas.
C.F.BIRD &R.J. BULL, LTD.
CONSULTING ENGINEERSS U-RVEYORS
Mr. Douglass Plunkett
Village Manager
Village of Granville
118 South Main Street
Granville, Ohio 43203
Dear Mr. Plunkett:
6113 LINWORTH ROAD
WORTHINGTON, OHIO 43085
PHONE 614-885-4026
March 13, 1984
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ASSOCIATES
DAVID M. BRAY, P.E.
TED. L. ROBINSON. P.S
J. FRED WICKER, P.S.
Re: Beechwold- Thornwood Drives
Improvements
Results of the subsoil investigation indicate that it will be
necessary to remove unsuitable soil and divert underground water
from the sub-base of the proposed pavement area of above referenced
project. Consequently, additional excavating and granular backfill,
along with placement of pipe underdrains will be required.
Needless to say, the estimated cost of construction will be increased
due to changes in quantities. The amount of increase for excavation
and backfill, at this time, is impossible to determine and will have
to be paid from increased contingencies. The pipe underdrain cost
is included in the revised estimate which follows:
Drainage Improvements
1) Remove &dispose of existing culverts
2) Excavation
3) 8" storm
4) 12 " s torm
5) Catch basin
6) Driveway replacement
7) Concrete paved ditch
8) Sodding
9) Retaining walls
10) Pipe underdrains
Road Improvements
1) Excavation
2) Aggregage base
3) Asphalt
4) Bituminous prime coat
5) Aggregate drain
6) Compacted shoulders
Sub-total
Sub-total
Page 1 of 2
1, 050. 00
15, 800. 00
2, 205. 00
12, 270. 00
4, 200. 00
2, 385. 00
3, 150. 00
24, 235. 00
4, 725. 00
12, 400. 00
82, 420. 00
23, 685. 00
48, 195. 00
40, 690. 00
1, 535. 00
2, 110. 00
3, 930. 00
1 120,145. 00
Waterline Improvements
1) 6" Waterline
2) 6" Valve &box
3) 3/4" Waterline
4) Tap existing waterline
Sub-total
Construction cost total
Contingency
15%of construction cost
Engineering
Sub-total
1) Detail plans
2) Specifications
3) Resident project representative
Administrative
Sub-total
1) Legal
2) Administrative
3) Capitalized interest during
construction -8 1/2%per year
Sub-total
Total project cost
8, 875. 00
525. 00
790. 00
1, 575. 00
11,765. 00
214, 330. 00
32, 150. 00
5, 000. 00
3, 000. 00
7, 500. 00
15, 500. 00
3, 000. 00
4, 000. 00
20, 950. 00
27, 950. 00
289, 930. 00
Please do not hesitate to contact this office if there any questions or additional Information is are needed.
JT/ mb
Very truly yours,
C. F. Bird &R. J. Bull, Ltd.
0-dju
erry Turner, P. E.
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OFFICE OF LICKING COUNTY ENGINEER
JERRY H.WRAY,ENGINEER
County Administration Building
20 South Second Street
Newark, Ohio 43055
Phone 614-349-8421
March 8, 1984
Mr. Douglas E. Plunkett
Village Manager
118 South Main St.
P.O. Box 514
Granville, Ohio 43023
Dear Doug:
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After our several discussions regarding Beechwood and Thornewood Drives
in the Village of Granville, I am finally responding to your December 8th
letter. I apologize for not having been more prompt.
Our Highway Superintendent and I viewed the subject roads on February 8.
The severe slopes, narrow roadway, and lack of shoulders, ditches, and
sunshine, make proper maintenance of an unpaved road very difficult.
In order to maintain a gravel road with even a normal grade, we try to
rehabilitate and reshape it on an average of every six to ten weeks,
depending on the amount and type of traffic and of course depending to
a great degree on the weather. We do perform work for the various Townships
and Villages on a cost basis, however what your letter suggests
is that we might assume maintenance responsibility for a fee. responsibility Our current and workload and the limited length of central Ohio' s annual construction season would not allow us to consider that. The most
desirable approach, from an engineering standpoint, would be to undertake
a complete reconstruction project, including subbase preparation,
base construction, drainage provisions, and pavement construction. Obviously,
the drawback to this reconstruction proposal is the cost of the project.
If there is need for further discussion, don' t hesitate to call.
Res ectfully,
Jerry .Wray, P.E
Licking County Engineer
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Richard F. Celeste/Governor
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25 South Front Street
PO. Box 899
Columbus. Ohio 43216-0899
District· 5
P. 0. Box 460
Newark, Ohio 43055
March 13, 1984
Mr. Douglas E. Plunkett, Village Manager Village of Granville
P. 0. Box 514
Granville, Ohio 43023-0514
Re: LIC-661-0. 78
Dear Sir:
Enclosed are three (3) copies of preliminary legislation and three (3) copies each of the Fiscal Officer' s Certificates (Forms CS6- and CS8-A) for that portion of the proposed resurfacing of State Route 661 (Pearl Street) project which falls within the Village limits.
We are asking the Village to share in the cost of the subject project by contributing the uncommitted monies from your 74%funds. If you participate, please make your check payable to "Treasurer, State of Ohio."
Please execute the legislation and Fiscal Officer' s Certificates by completing the blanks marked in red and return the original plus one executed copy to our office at your earliest opportunity. Form CS8-A must be dated on or after the ptuarsesagaeppoeaf rForms CS2- and CS6- . It is imperative the Contractual Officer's signa- on page 3 of Form CS-2.
The above documents cannot be processed unless the following official seals are properly affixed:
1. Fiscal Officer' s Certificates (Fiscal Officer' s seal).
2. Preliminary legislation (Village seal) -In the event there is no seal, a letter to that effect from the proper body is required.
Mr. Douglas E. Plunkett
LIC-661-0.78
March 13, 1984
Page 2
If you have any questions regarding the above matter, please contact this office.
Very truly yours,
JWH:PRB:WD:rvf
Enc.
94/8.Paul R. BaranA6. 4r.- -
Design &Planning Engineer
for John W. Hagan, P. E.
District Deputy Director
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Council Minutes March 7, 1984

REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
MARCH 7, 1984
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Respondina to roll call were:
Councilmember Eisenberg
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Miller
PUBLIC HEARING
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
A public hearing was held at this time for Ordinance No. 3-84, "An Ordinance To
Appropriate Funds ·For Capital Expenditures In The General Fund.
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 3-84. Public hearing closed
at 7: 32 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
February 15, 1984 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Avery minutes moved that the carried. be approved as written. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Mike Atherine, L. H. Poggemeyer, P. E.,Inc.
Joe Magdich, Seasongood &Mayer
Eren Scanlon, WHTH/ WNKO
No comments were made at this time.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -Councilmember Avery reported on the meeting of 22/ 38/4. At that meeting the Commission approved the Architectural Review portion of an exterior remodeling permit for the property located at 113 E. Elm Street, known as the "NAPA" buildina. The building is located in the Village Business District. The owner plans to include a pizza shop, sub shop, and spaces for offices in addition to the NAPA business for that building.
Vice Mayor Davison commented that he had received some calls in opposition to the proposed uses for the NAPA building, mainly to the parking. Mr. Avery responded and said that the owner plans to provide a lighted walk- way to the parking area at the rear of the building.
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Mr. Avery said the rest of the meeting was devoted to reviewing the proposed
changes suggested for the Zoning Ordinance.
Streets &Sidewalks Committee -Councilmember Rader reported that the Committee
met Saturday, February 18th, to make an inspection of the Village streets. He
said at least ten streets are in dire need of repair, and that the Committee hopes to have some definitive costs for members by the next meeting.
Personnel Committee -Councilmember Miller reported that the Personnel Committee
met immediately following the regular meeting of February 15th. At that members meeting reviewed Manager Plunkett' s proposed revisions to the Personnel Ordinance, and concurred that the revised personnel ordinance be submitted to Council at the next regular meeting for their consideration. Mrs. Miller said copies of the minutes taken at that meeting were distributed to members earlier. A copy of
those minutes are hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Annexation Committee -Councilmember Schnaidt reported that the Committee met Thursday, March 1st, at the Village Manager' s Office. Mr. John Gee and Mr. Neil Robertson were also present. Discussion centered on annexation to the south of Granville. At that meeting Mr. Gee offered to write to area citizens to see if the interest is there, and; Manager Plunkett said he would put together some cost estimates with regard to water and sewer service.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 3-84, "An Ordinance To Appropriate Funds For Capital Expenditures In The General Fund"w,as moved for adoption by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Roll call vote: Davisony-es, Averyy-es, Schnaidty-es, Millery-es, Eisenbergy-es, Radery-es, Gallanty-es. Seven yes votes. Ordinance No. 3-84 duly adopted.
Wastewater Treatment Facilities Grant
Mike Atherine, Project Engineer, L. H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc.,was present to re- port on the Village' s Wastewater Treatment Facility Project. He said the EPA has approved the plans and specifications for the project and has given the go ahead to advertise for bids. He said bids will be advertised about the middle of March and will be received mid April. Plans are to begin construction by June of this year.
Joe Magdich, Seasongood &Mayer, was present to discuss with Council the financ- ing aspects of the Village' s portion of the cost for construction of the new Waste- water Treatment Facility.
Manager Plunkett commented that the Village' s sewer ordinance will need to be cuopdnadtietidonasnd rate increases implement soon in order to comply with the terms and of the Wastewater Treatment Facilities Grant.
Following a brief question and answer session, Mayor Gallant thanked both Mr. Atherine and Mr. Magdich for coming to the meeting and for their reports.
Update on BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives
Manager Plunkett commented that he mailed letters out to each of the County Com- missioners requesting their assistance with the BeechwoodT/hornewood Drive Project.
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Manager Plunkett said he has not heard from the Commissioners with regards to the letter he mailed to each of them.
Members asked how they could influence the Commissioner' s decision. It was
suggested that perhaps members could call each Commissioner individually and talk with them about the matter.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 4-84, "An Ordinance To Amend Sections Of The Code Of Ordinances The Village Of Of Granville Establishing Water Regulations And Charges And To Repeal Existing Sections Of The Code Of Ordinances"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt. A public hearing was scheduled at this time
for March 21, 1984, at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 5-84, A"n Ordinance To Amend Sections Of The Code Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville Establishing Personnel Practices And To Repeal Existing Sections Of The Code Of Ordinances"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller. A public hearing was scheduled at this time for March 21, 1984, at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 6-84, A"n Ordinance To Amend Sections Of The Code Of Ordinances Of The Village Of' Granville Establishing Procedures For The Disposition Of Surplus Property And Property Held By The Police Department And To Repeal Existing Sec- tions Of The Code Of Ordinances"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Avery. A public hearing was scheduled at this time for March 21, 1984, at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 7-84, A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 34-83 And Appropriate Funds For Capital Expenditures In The General Fund"w,as introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Rader. A public hearing was scheduled at this time for March 21, 1984, at 7: 30 p.m..
Resolution No. 84-18, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Bids For The Construction Of Sewage Treatment And Collection Facilities"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Eisenberg.
Councilmember Eisenberg moved for the passage of Resolution No. 84-18. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. Resolution No. 84-18 duly passed.
Resolution No. 84-19, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Advertise For Bids For The Construction Of Brick Walkways In The Opera House Park"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-19. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. Resolution No. 84-19 duly passed.
Resolution No. 84-20, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract With L. H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc.,To Provide Engineering Services For Design And Technical Services For The Reconstruction Of North Pearl Street"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt. Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-20. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. Resolution No. 84-20 duly passed.
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Manager Plunkett reminded members that he would be out of town Sunday, March 11
through Wedneday, March 14. Mr. Plunkett will be attending the Federal Emergency
Management Agency Siminar in Emittsberg, Maryland.
With no further business to discuss, Councilmember Rader moved for adjournment.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 25 p.m..
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These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.

Council Minutes February 15, 1984

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
FEBRUARY 15, 1984
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 Eisenberg
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Avery
PUBLIC HEARING
Vice Mayor -
Mayor
Law Director -
Manager -
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
A public hearing was held at this time for the following ordinance:
Ordinance No. 2-84, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. Adjustments 34-83 Providing For Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 1984 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses."
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 2-84. Public hearing
closed at 7: 32 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
February 1, 1984 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Rader moved that the minutes be approved as distributed. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Terry Hemsworth, Ohio Power Company
Carolyn Blum
Charles Wagner
Nancy Sawyer
Jeff VanDine, Ohio Power Company
Erle Richards
Audrey Wagner
Mr. Charles Wagner, 112 Beechwood Drive, was first to speak. He asked for an explanation of the $3,000 engineering fee appropriated for BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives, and if this fee would be included in the total cost of the reconstruc- tion project?
Manager Plunkett responded and said that the $3,000 appropriated for engineer- ing fees, is for the preparation of specifications in accordance with the plans drafted a year ago for the reconstruction of Beechwood and Thornewood Drives. He said the specifications will contain the detail with regard to how the construe- tion is to progress and the minutiae of what a contractor has to know in order
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to bid on the project, how it is to be built, wage rates, etc.. In addition
to the $3,000, Council has appropriated $4,000 for the assessor, who will make
a determination of the benefits derived by the various property owners. Also,
that these fees would be added to the total project cost.
Manager Plunkett also explained, that the resolution of necessity was omitted
from the agenda this evening for two reasons: 1) He has found that Section
5557. 09 of the Ohio Revised Code allows the County Commissioners to assess those
people in the unincorporated area who would benefit from the project. He said
he would like to pursue the matter with the County Commissioners. 2) Results
from the recent tests taken with an xray machine of the road base of these
streets, will not be available for a few days. Mr. Plunkett felt that waiting
a while longer would be better than rushing ahead before having all the facts.
Carolyn Blum, 263 Beechwood Drive, was next to speak. Mrs. Blum stated that in
previous meetings with Village officials and the BeechwoodT/hornewood Association,
there was some discussion that sewers for this area were inevitable, and
assume that Council has addressed this issue, and have a plan on how they intend
to handle it. She said the Association hasn' t heard anything about it lately.
Mayor Gallant responded and said his own comments would be that the fashion
in which we have addressed it at the present time is that it would simply not be
practical to attempt to provide sewers· or that service at this time because of
the double assessment for the property owners.
Mrs. Blum asked if sewers for Beechwood and Thornewood were in the 5-year plan?
Manager Plunkett responded and said that sewers for this area are not in a
formal 5-year plan, it' swhen possible. He said he didn' t know how it could be
in a 5-year plan at this point.
Mrs. Blum wanted to know if possible, might mean in the next few years; or
even ten years?
Response to Mrs. Blum was that "in a holding pattern", would be more accurate
at this time, and that it has been Council' s policy not to force sewer and water
on anyone. Council does not normally initiate sewer and water projects but are usually initiated by the residents of the area desiring these services. Unless
Council would get a lot of complaints from the town or the EPA stepped in, or there was a serious sanitary problem, they would not initiate such a project.
Manager Plunkett at this time mentioned that the Village did try to get an amendment to the grant for the current sewer project. He said the Village tried
to get EPA to consider sewerage for that area hoping to get 75%federal funds. The EPA' s response was that the area was not included in the facilities plan of 1972 and therefore could not participate in the construction of any such sewers. He said an attempt was made to get those sewers put in, but was unsuccessful.
Nancy Sawyer, 94 Thornewood Drive, was next to speak and asked if there were any plans to fix the road a little right now. She said she could not get out of her driveway, and has never seen the road in the condition it' s in right now. Manager Plunkett responded and said the Village has done some things to parts of the road, and is planning to try and put some stones down tomorrow. He said it should help the situation for a while but when the spring thaw comes it will turn into a quagmire once again. Continuing, Mr. Plunkett said it has been a terrible winter and reports are that other townships throughout the county are
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faced with the same problem, and it' s not just the unpaved roads but the paved
roads as well. He said with all the moisture in the ground this winter and
the numerous freezes and thaws it has taken its tole on not just Granville
but the whole county. Mr. Plunkett mentioned that the County Engineers agree
that Thornewood and Beechwood is the worst in the whole county.
Manager Plunkett said in conclusion that the Village has brought several
loads of stone and put it down towards the top where Beechwood and Thornewood
joins and will try to get the bottom of the hill. He said we' re getting to
the point now where we' re running out of money for this sort of thing and will
need to come back to Council for a re-appropriation. He said more has been
spent in 1984 for snow removal and salt water than any other year.
Mrs. Sawyer questioned whether guardrails would be placed along the side of
her house when the paving gets underway. She said she was not looking forward
to another truck in her yard. She said with the grade on Thornewood it will
be the first road to have the snow removed or salt water applied.
Manager Plunkett responded to the first question and said that there are
no plans for guardrails on Beechwood and Thornewood. As far as snow removal
and applying salt water, he felt that Thornewood would be the first road to
be closed when ice forms etc.,but, it would be for a short period of time.
Mayor Gallant asked if Mr. Plunkett· would convey this concern to Jerry Turner,
and what he might suggest. Manager Plunkett said this has been discussed and
according to the Ohio Department of Transportation instructions standards with
that speed limit and recommended. even with a 20%slope a quardrail is not required or even
It was mentioned however, that if a property owner was concerned about cars getting into their yard or feared for their safety, they would have a right to
put a fence up of sufficient structure to keep cars out.
Mr. Erle Richards, 261 Thornewood Drive, was the last citizen to speak. He read a statement to Council with regards to the proposed reconstruction of Beechwood and Thornewood Drives. A copy of that statement is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
With no further comments on this matter or from others in attendance, Council moved on to the next item on the agenda.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of January 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 January was presented. Manager Plunkett reviewed the report with Council. Following a brief discussion, Councilmember Schnaidt moved to approve the Manager' s Report for January. Motion seconded 1 by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
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COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -Councilmember Avery reported on the Commission' s meeting
held February 9th. At that meeting members welcomed their newest member,
Kevin Maxwell, and; approved a Conditional Use request. The request submitted
by Sharon Fradenbaugh and Joseph Taylor, is to permit them to use the house
located at 131 Shepardson Court as a residence and; a meeting place on Sundays
and several times during the week for the Granville Meeting of the Religious
Society of Friends. Mr. Avery said there were questions with regards to parking,
but the Commission did not feel it would be a problem at this point and
granted the Conditonal Use. On another note, the Commission set February 23rd
as the date they would review the Zoning Ordinance revisions suggested by Ms. Ann Munro. He said hopefully. the Commission can submit to Council their
recommendations on these revisions sometime in March.
Recreation Commission -Councilmember Eisenberg reported on the Commission' meeting held February 7th. Highlights s of that meeting were: New members in- stalled: Carol Apacki, Betsy O' Neil, and Paul Treece. The Parks Committee
was authorized to make an expenditure of $35003-8$00 for a large piece of play equipment for Wildwood Park. Discussion on the proposed Granville Town- ship Hall/Recreation Center, and ways to generate funds for the construction of such a Community Center. Another topic was the possibility of having a modest size billboard for the Commission which would have a removable slide for changing messages, etc..
Following a brief discussion, a suggestion was made to Mr. Eisenberg to
bcoonavrdey to the Recreation Commission that they submit their request for a bill- to the Development Commission.
Personnel Committee -Councilmember Miller reported that the Commitee will be meeting this evening immediately following tonights meeting.
Opera House Park Improvement Committee -Vice Mayor Davison reported on the Committee' s meeting held Monday, February 13th. Mr. Davison said he conveyed Council' s feeling with regards to the proposed fence for the park, and the Commitee agreed that there would be no fence. The Committee is also in the final stages of selecting benches and lights for the park, but no further decision will be made until the Committee has submitted their selections to Council for approval. With regards to the status of the Elm tree sculpture, he said the last report was that it is going to be sculptured into two benches. He said the Commitee is not sure where to put them when they are finished. Mr. Davison said there were some shoots off the Elm tree which have survived tahned omlodstEolmf tthreeme.will be planted in and around the Village as a remembrance to
brick walkway. Mr. Davison said he hoped bids will go out soon for the
Manager Plunkett commented that the Township Trustees have assured him that they will write a check after their meeting February 22nd. He said then he will ask Council for authorization to advertise for bids for the brick walk at fthirestremgueleatringCouncil meeting of March 7th, and hopefully award the bids by the of April.
Streets &Sidewalks Committee -The Committee will meet this Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m.,to conduct their inspection of the streets.
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February 15, 1984
Page 5 of 7
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 2-84, "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 moved for adoption by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Roll call vote: Schnaidt-yes, Raderyes,
Avery- yes, Miller-yes, Eisenberg- yes, Davison- yes, Gallant-yes. Seven
yes votes. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 2-84 duly adopted.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 3-84, "An Ordinance To Appropriate Funds For Capital Expenditures
In The General Fund", was introduced and title read in its entirety by Vice
Mayor Davison. A public hearing for Ordinance No. 3-84 was scheduled at this
time for March 7, 1984, at 7: 30 p.m..
Resolution No. 84-15, "A Resolution To Appoint Janet L. Packard Fire Prevention
Officer", was introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Schnaidt.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-15. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. Resolution No. 84-15 duly
passed.
Prior to introduction of the next piece of legislation, Manager Plunkett introduced
Mr. Terry Hemsworth and Mr. jeff VanDine, representatives from the Ohio
Power Company. Mr. Hemsworth and Mr. VanDine were present this evening on behalf
of their company to discuss with Council a proposed contract for the ten
light fixtures for the downtown section of the Village.
During a lengthy question and answer session, Mr. Hemsworth explained that
his company has two street lighting contracts with the Village. In March of
1974, Ohio Power entered into a contract with the Village to install ten mercury fixtures for the downtown area. He said instead of making an amendment to the
existing street lighting contract, a new ten year contract was entered into for
the ten lights, and it is this contract that expires the middle of March, 1984.
Another contract for the rest of the street lights in the Village was entered
into in 1978 and will expire on March 31, 1988. Mr. Hemsworth said his company
proposes a four year contract for the ten downtown street lights. He said this
contract will expire March- 31, 1988. Hesaid with both contracts then expiring
at the same time, Ohio Power can propose a new contract for all the lights in the Village. This proposed four year contract calls for a 50.6%increase plus fuel adjustment.
Mayor Gallant thanked Mr. Hemsworth and Mr. VanDine for attending the meet- ing and reviewing the contract with members of Council.
Resolution No. 84-16, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract With Ohio Power Company To Provide Electricity For Granville' s Street Lighting System"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Rader. Councilmember Rader moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-16. Motion pseacsosnedde.d by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. Resolution No. 84-16 duly
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Resolution No. 84-17, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Accept The Proposal
Of Lester H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc.,To Provide Engineering Services For The
Preparation Of Plans And Specifications For The Reconstruction Of Pearl Street
In Conjunction With The Ohio Department Of Transportation' s Pearl Street Project",
was introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller.
Councilmember Miller moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-17. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried. Resolution No. 84-17 duly
passed.
Kiwanis Request/ Tree Tapping
Mayor Gallant stated that a letter has been received from Gregory L. Dixon,
Maple Sugar Chairman of the Granville Kiwanis Club, requesting permission to
tap the Sugar Maple trees in the Village.
Manager Plunkett said that this annual tree tapping has been going on in
the Village for a long time and he could see no reason not to continue the
tradition, and recommended that Council approve the request.
Councilmember Avery moved that the Granville Kiwanis Club be permitted to
tap the Sugar Maple trees, as requested in their letter of February 12, 1984.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
Council' s 1984 Priority List
The results of the individual rankings on previously named projects and con- cerns are as follows:
Ranking Item
Capital Improvement Plan Funding and Update.
Commuter Tax/ Tax Structure.
Village Hall Renovation.
Employee Safety Policies.
Cost Effectiveness of Village Services Examination.
Granville Area Study and Planning Committee (GASPC).
Traffic Flow Examination.
Franchising (Licensing).
Parking.
Mayor Gallant mentioned at this time that in the past members have consi dered
these composite rankings and then try and assign each of these items approximate to an time frame on the agenda. Also, to ask somebody on Council to take the initiative in preparing for a consideration of that item. He said it would require some gathering of information of facts. Also, in cases where a com- mittee might be appropriate then members have asked the committee to prepare for a consideration of the item.
The following assignments and time frames for the above mentioned projects are as follows:
1. Ways &Means Committee -Report scheduled for May.
2. Councilmember Rader -Report scheduled for March.
3. Councilmember Schnaidt and Councilmember Eisenberg -Scheduled for May. 4. Councilmember Miller and Councilmember Eisenberg -Scheduled for April.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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5. Vice Mayor Davison -Scheduled for August.
6. Mayor Gallant -Scheduled for April.
7. Councilmember Avery -Scheduled for June.
8. Vice Mayor Davison -Scheduled for July.
9. Scratched from list.
With no further business to discuss Councilmember Miller moved for adjournment.
Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9: 06 p.m..
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erk of rouncil
Mayof.., C
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
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Council Minutes February 1, 1984

REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
FEBRUARY 1, 1984
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Miller
Councilmember Eisenberg
Vice Mayor - Davison
Mayor
Law Director -
Manager -
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Schnaidt moved to excuse absentee members Avery and Rader. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held at this time for the following Ordinance:
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.
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 1-84. Public hearing
closed at 7: 36 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
January 18, 1984 -Regulat Council Meeting -Councilmember Miller moved to
approve the minutes as corrected. Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Tom Galitza, Granville Water &Wastewater Supt.
Mike Atherine, L. H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc.
Jack Jones, L. H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc.
Lindsey Park, The Newark Advocate
Cindy Howes, WHTHW/NKO
Steve Cartnal, Granville Police Department
No comments were made atthis time.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Manager Plunkett introduced Jack Jones, Vice President, of L. H. Poggemeyer, P.E., Inc.,and Mike Atherine, Project Engineer of the same firm.
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February 1, 1984
Page 2 of 4
Mike Atherine, Project Engineer, was first to speak and brought Council up to
date on where the Village stands with regards to the Wastewater Treatment
Plant. Plans and specifications for the facility have been submitted to EPA,
comments received back from the Corps of Engineers and EPA. These comments
various clarifications), have been responded to by his firm and are now being reviewed by EPA. Mr. Atherine felt that everything is now on schedule and
approval of the plans could come by the 15th of February. Mr. Atherine distributed
copies of an "Accelerated Completion Schedule" to members of Council
and reviewed this schedule with them. A copy of that schedule is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Jack Jones, Vice President of L. H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc.,was next to speak. He asked Council for consideration for some increased costs to build complicated plant than a more was originally designed. Mr. Jones described in detail items substantially different in the actual design submitted to the EPA and the original design based on the Facilities Plan. He provided Council with a comparison sheet of these items alona with a fees comparison. He said the increase would be $22,000, or about 7.9%o,ver the figures given to Council in May of 1982. The Village' s share would be 25%or $5,500.
Mr. Jones also reviewed with members the amendment prepared by his firm for
the the Wastewater Construction Grants Program, Step II/III Engineering Services. A copy of that amendment is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Following a lengthy review and discussion, Mayor Gallant thanked Mr. Jones and Mr. Atherine for their reports.
Action on this item will be taken under Old Business.
Annexation Committee -Councilmember Schnaidt reported that he met with Paul Kent, John Gee, Village Department Heads, Mike Atherine of L. H. Poggemeyer, P.E., Inc.,and Manager Plunkett last week.
At that meeting Mr. Kent questioned the possibility of sewer being extended to his Weaver Drive property, and costs to him and costs that might be borne by the Village. Mr. Gee expressed interest in annexation of the area with or without sewer and water extension to the area.
Since that meeting, Manager Plunkett provided Mr. Gee with some added informa- tion, and at this point, both Mr. Gee and Mr. Kent are waiting to hear how Council feels and whether they want to proceed with annexation of this area. Also, if they want to make any kind of statements as to what type of things the Village might be willing to pick up cost wise in extension of sewer and water facilities.
Following a lengthy discussion, Mayor Gallant asked members if they were interested in pursuing the annexation with Mr. Kent and others. The consensus of those members present was to pursue the matter.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 1-84, 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 Operating Expenses"w,as moved for adoption by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Davisony-es, Schnaidty-es, Millery-es, Eisenbergy-es, Gallanty-es, Averya-bsent, Radera-bsent. Five yes votes, two members absent. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 1-84 duly adopted.
Council Meeting Minutes
Village of Granville
February 1, 1984
Page 3 of 4
Amendment Agreement with L. H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc..
Vice Mayor Davison moved that the Village Manager be authorized to enter into
an amended agreement with . H. Poggemeyer, P. E.,Inc.,to provide engineering
services for the Wastewaterl Facilities Step II/III services, and read the
amendment prepared by L. H. Poggemeyer, P.E.,Inc.,in its entirety. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried. This motion will be put
into resolution form and given the number of 84-14.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 2-84, "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 Councilmember
Schnaidt. A public hearing was scheduled at this time for February 15,
1984, at 7: 30 p.m..
Resolution No. 84-10, "A Resolution To Appoint Steven H. Cartnal Acting Chief
Of Police", was introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Miller.
Councilmember Miller moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-10. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Eisenberg.
Mayor Gallant commented at this time that he was concerned about the circumstances
which has prompted this resolution but felt Steve will do a good job
and appreciates his willingness to take this position at this time. Motion
carried.
Resolution No. 84-11, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into An Easement
Agreement With G. B. Price Enterprises, Inc.w"a,s introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Eisenberg.
Councilmember Eisenberg moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-11. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
Resolution No. 84-12, "To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract
With C. F. Bird &R. J. Bull, Ltd.,To Provide Engineering Services For Pre- paration Of The Specifications For The Construction Of Beechwood And Thornewood
Drives", was introduced and read in its entirety by Vice Mayor Davison. Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-12. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
Resolution No. 84-13, T"o Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract With Burgess &Niple, Ltd.,To Provide Engineering Services For The Apportion- ment Of Assessments In Conjunction With The Construction Of Beechwood And SThcohrnneawidoto.d Drives"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-13. Motion seconded by Councilmember Eisenberg. Motion carried.
Municipal Goals for 1984
fToher f1o9l8lo4w: ing activities ando/r projects were named as Council priorities
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February 1, 1984
Page 4 of 4
Capital Improvement Plan Funding and Update.
Parking. '
Traffic Flow Examination.
Granville Area Study And Planning Committee.
Village Hall Renovation Fund.
Employee Safety Policies.
Commuter Tax/Tax Structure.
Cost Effectiveness of Village Services Examination.
Franchising.
Mayor Gallant asked members to rank each of the above in order of their priority
and return to him for tabulation.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Street Committee -February 4, 1984 -9: 30 a.m..
With no further business to discuss, Vice Mayor Davison moved for adjournment.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9: 09 p.m..
Attest:
Clerk of Council
Mayer<
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
LESTER H.POGGEMEYER,P.E., INC.
Paul E.Shuler, AIA
SCOPE/ DESIGN EVALUATION
Original Scope -Design based on the following directions and assumptions:
Recommendations defined in the Facilities Plan.
Strucutral Condition of Existing Facilities is adequate.
Subsurface conditions adequate for normal structural design.
Equipment selection for plant work.
Design to provide for capability of stand by power facilities.
Design Based On Facilities Plan
Convert existing Trickling Filter
to Maintenance/Storage Area
Oxidation Ditch Treatment
Two new smaller clarifiers
keeping original clarifiers.
Small Addition to Existing
Control Building and Maintenance Area
Addition to Existing Sludge
Beds conventional.
New Chlorine Contact Tank
Convert existing primary clarifier
to sludge holding.
Use existing stand-by power
facilities.
Demolition of Existing Sludge
Digestion Tanks
Existing Wet Well to use
for sludge well.
121 EAST WOOSTER STREET
Actual Design
Demolition.
Deep tank jet aeration.
Two larger clarifiers.
Demolition of existing.
Complete New Facilities
Demolition of existing.
New Innovative Sludge
Drying Beds -Demolition
of old beds.
Same with post aeration.
Demolition of primary
clarifier.
Design and install new
stand-by power facilities.
Same
Design new sludge pumping
facilities -Demolition
of old facilities.
BOWLING GREEN, OHIO 43402-2975 PHONE: ( 419)352-7537
An Equal Opportunity Employer
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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
1
1
2
1
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December 1983 November 1983 nprpmhpr 1982 riminal TresDass
1
isorderly Conduct
2
Resisting Arrest
1
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
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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
JO
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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9.4. 4*.,
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
0
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4 *fUNRO
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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 $25 and includes lunch and all
materials. Look over the Program Outline enclosed and then make plans to attend.
If a hotel room is needed, please call the Daytonian et 5134/61-4700.
Send in your ADVANCE REGISTRATION today.
MEMBER: NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES OFFICIAL PUBLICATION: OHIO CITIES AND VILLAGES
4
9: 00 a.m.
9:45 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
12: 00 noon
1: 45 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
OHIO CHAPTERNA/ TOA
REGIONAL MEETING
FEBRUARY 9, 1984
Daytonian Hotel
Ludlow and Third Streets
Dayton, Ohio
REGISTRATION
Coffee and Doughnuts
PROGRAM OUTLINE
OPENING SESSION
Presiding: Cor Wilson, Executive Director, Miami Valley Cable TV
Council; President, Ohio ChapteNr/ational Association of Telecommunications
Officers and Advisors (0/ NATOA)
The Basics -panel
What is cable?How does it work?What is Public,Educational,
Government Access? Phy is it important to your corrmunity?
LUNCEON
TOPIC: Pending legislation and rulings of the Federal Communications
Commission. How will they affect Cable Television in your
cor.unurit3'.
BUSES LOAD FOR TOUR OF COMMUNITY ACCESS FACILITY
GENERAL SESSION
Franchises: Up Close and Personal -panel
I?hat is a franchise?What does it do?How does it work?rhat
should be included in a franchise?What about renewal?What are
your responsibilities as franchisors?Are there alternatives to
going it alene?
Frap Up/ Where do we go from here?What resources are available?
0/NATOA' s Program for 1984
Special Reception
An opportunity to share war stories
ADVANCE REGISTRATION FEE -2 5$
Includes lunch and all materials
If hotel rooms are needed, please call the Daytonian Hotel 5134/614-700

Council Minutes January 4, 1984

1
REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JANUARY 4, 1984
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
MINUTES
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Eisenberg
Councilmember Schnaidt
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Miller
Vice Mayor -
Mayor
Law Director -
Manager
Davison
Mayor
Drake
Plunkett
December 21, 1984 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Avery moved approve the minutes to Motion carried. as distributed. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Myra Gallant
Ralph Blackstone
Lee Slaughter
Carolyn Blum
Erle Richards
Charles Wagner
Nancy Sawyer
Kennard B. Bork
Lindsey Park, Advocate
J. W. Blum
Audrey Wagner
J. M. Morey
Richard Van Winkle, Attorney
W. H. Scheer
H. Jack Donald
Mr. Richard Van Winkle, Attorney representing the BeechwoodT/hornewood Associ- ation, was first to speak. He presented his clients arguments to the two pro- posed solutions for Beechwood and Thornewood Drives. That being, 1) Village vacation of these streets, or 2) Reconstruction of these streets and assess the property owners for that improvement.
To vacating the streets: Mr. Van Winkle stated that his clients are strongly opposed, because it would not solve the problem that exists, and create dis- advantages to the residents. Also, damages may result from permanently vacating a public roadway.
With regards to an assessment in excess of $7,000, Mr. Van Winkle felt this solution would be detrimental to the property owners and in some situations the ptarkiainteg of a property. His clients do not feel that an assessment is an appro- remedy.
Mr. Van Winkle continued and said that his clients only wish to have these roads restored as they existed prior to becoming deterioated. This deterioation was not the result of usage by residents, but because these roads are used as connectors to major county roadways. Consequently he did not feel that the property owners on these two streets should be sole bearers of the expense of
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improving these drives. As a more logical and less costly solution to the blem, Mr. Van Winkle suggested that Council pro- find a way to first correct the
drainage situation, then put limestone on the roads to create a sound base,
and then chip and seal.
In conclusion, Mr. Van Winkle thanked Council for the opportunity to make his presentation and offered to answer any questions Council might have.
At this time, Mr. Van Winkle was asked how many of the residents are members
of the BeechwoodT/hornewood Association. Mr. Van Winkle' s response to the
question was that based on the information he received from the Association, he was representing more that 50%of the residents.
Since there was a question as to how many residents were members of the associa- tion, and the fact that the Village was informed by four of the residents that they knew nothing about Mr. Van Winkle being retained and of his letter to Village Manager Plunkett, Mrs. Blum called out the members of the assocation.
Discussion continued between members of Council, Manager Plunkett, some of the BeechwoodT/hornewood residents and attorney, Richard Van Winkle.
During this discussion it was brought out that Manager Plunkett had gone through the records and found a number of references to this particular area over a period of 18 years. One report from the engineering firm of Jobes & Associates, stated that the area consisted of gravel streets on a steep horizon- tal grade, with inadequate side drainage.
It was also pointed out by another member that these two drives have always been sub-standard and that they have never been built to specifications.
Mr. Plunkett said even though these drives were chip and sealed in 1969, it has been proven to chip and seal again would be an improper and inconsequential treatment, and that if done, would only last about 2-3 years.
With no further comments offered, Council went to the next item on the agenda.
COMMITTEE REPORTS -None
OLD BUSINESS -None
NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 84-1, "Resolution Accepting The Amounts And Rates As Determined By The Budget Commission And Authorizing The Necessary Tax Levies And Certifying mTheemmbeTroATvheeryC. ounty Auditor"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Council-
Councilmember Avery moved for passage of Resolution No. 841-. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Averyy-es, Schnaidty-es, Eisenberg- yceasrr,ieRda.deRry-eesso,luMtioinlleNroy-.e8s4, -D1 advuilsyonpya-essse,dG. allanty-es. Seven yes votes. Motion
Resolution No. 842- , A" Resolution To Appoint The Village Manager As The Designee Contact Person For All Inquiries Concerning The Handicapped Pursuant To Section e51n.t5ir5etOyf bTyheCRoeuvnecnilumeemSbhearrinMgilRleerg.ulations Of 1983"w,as introduced and read in its
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Councilmember Miller moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-2. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried. Resolution No. 84-2 duly passed.
Mayor Gallant spoke at this time and said before considering the next item on
the agenda, Council might wish torescind the motion of December 21, 1983, which
appoints a 8 member Nuclear Weapons Freeze Study Commission along with the
guidelines for that Commission. He said unfortunately, when Council considered
the topic at the last meeting, the petition which spells out a 5 member Commission,
was not reviewed. If Council wishes to act upon Resolution No. 84-3
they could insert 5 names as outlined in the Resolution passed by the voters,
and then if they wish they can appoint alternates and name them. He further
suggested that someone could simply suggest the guidelines for the Commission,
and if Council concurs, it would be reflected in the minutes.
Following a brief discussion, Vice Mayor Davison moved to rescind the motion
of December 21, 1983, which appointed the 8 member Nuclear Weapons Freeze Study
Commission, and; the guidelines. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion
carried. Motion of December 21, 1983 rescinded.
Resolution No. 84-3, "To Appoint Members To The Nuclear Weapons Freeze Study
Commission"w,as introduced by Vice Mayor Davison as a substitute for the above
rescinded motion. Mr. Davison then named the 5 member commission to be: Betty
Grudin, Robert F. Sylvester, Jr.,Dennis Holt, David S. Sorenson, Barbara L. Lucier. Mr. Davison then named the alternates to be: Jean Barnes, William C.
Russell, and L. Eugene Wolfe. He then read Resolution No. 84-3 in its entirety
with the above mentioned names inserted in the proper sections.
Vice Mayor Davison moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-3. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Miller. Motion carried. Resolution No. 84-3 duly passed.
Councilmember Avery introduced the following guidelines to be used by the Nuclear Weapons Freeze Study Commission:
a) The Commission is to submit a preliminary report in three months and
a final report in six months, with extensions possible upon request. b) The Commission is to select their own Chairperson.
c) Each member to receive a copy of the Resolution which explains what is required of the Commission.
d) Meetings are to be announced, and open to the public.
Special note at this time: Council felt it would be best for the Commission
to decide on the roll of the alternates appointed to the Study-Commission.
There was no dissent to the guidelines suggested by Councilmember Avery.
Resolution No. 84-4, "To Award The Bid For The Purchase Of One Dump Truck For The Service Department"w,as introduced and read in its entirety by Council- member Schnaidt.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for passage of Resolution No. 84-4. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. Resolution No. 84-4 duly passed.
BeechwoodT/hornewood Drives
Councilmember Rader moved that Council direct the Village Manager to get new engineers estimates for the reconstruction of Beechwood and Thornewood Drives, and to consult with the Villaae' s Bond Counsel to prepare the necessary documents
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including a resolution of necessity. Motion seconded by Councilmember Miller.
Motion carried.
Other Items
Manager Plunkett introduced Marcia Macon, the Village' s January Intern, who
is a student at Denison University studying Political Science and Economics.
Mayor Gallant introduced Lindsey Park, reporter for the Newark Advocate, who
will be covering Granville.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Nuclear Weapons Freeze Study Commission January 11, 1984, 7: 30 p.m..
With no further business to discuss, Vice Mayor Davison moved for adjournment.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8: 48 p.m..
Attest:
Cl-erk of Council
These minutes are not official until approved by Council and signed by officers.
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