Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes April 17, 1985

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
APRIL 17, 1985
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Garrett
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Eisenberg
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Schnaidt
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager -
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing was held at this time for the following Ordinance:
Ordinance No. 7-85, "Enacting New Article 34 Of The Granville Zoning Ordinance
To Provide Regulations For Ground Sattelite Stations."
No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 7-85. Public hearing
closed at 7: 33 p.m.,with action on this ordinance held for Old Business.
MINUTES
April 3, 1985 -Regular Council Meeting -Councilmember Eisenberg moved that the
minutes be approved as written. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion
carried. ;
April 10, 1985 -Council Workiession -Councilmember Avery moved that the minutes
be approved as submitted. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Jim Dumbauld, Granville Fire Department
Tony Adams, Special Olympics Events Director
Nancy Dumbauld
Bill Chambers
Ellen Risch, Advocate
Harold Greten
Erin Scanlon, WHTHW/NKO
Susan Schlicher
Jim Dumbauld, Granville Fire Department, appeared this evening because of a recent order that members of the fire department were to stop washing their sptraivtaioten. vehicles at the Fire Station, or, a meter would be installed at the
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Mr. Dumbauld explained to Council that the 'Granville Fire Department is a
volunteer organization, and, receive no benefits for their time or training.
He said the only benefits members have is the opportunity to wash their
privately owned vehicles and, the use of the bay area for small repairs.
Mr. Dumbauld further stated that he ran a test to see how much. water it would
take to wash one vehicle. Results of that test showed that it takes approximately
20 gallons to wash one vehicle. Mr. Dumbauld then asked Council' s
approval to use 120 gallons of water per week at the station for members to
wash their vehicles.
Discussion among members of Council, Manager Plunkett and Mr. Dumbauld
followed. Opinions on this request were divided. Some of the Council members
had mo objections at all to the volunteer fire fighters washing their vehicles
at the station. Others didn' t take issue to the amount of water being used,
but were more concerned about the appearance of such a practice, and; opening
the door to criticism.
Councilmembers Eisenberg and Avery offered their Council pay to be applied
towards water used by the fire fighters for personal use. Action on this
matter was held for New Business.
Next to speak with Council this evening was Tony Adams, Events Director for
the Area Six 1985 Special Olympics Track and Field Events. The event this
year is scheduled for Saturday, May 4, at Denison University. Mr. Adams said
a torch run through Granville has been scheduled and will start at- Sugar Loaf
Park, east to Granger Street, north to Route 661 to Denison' s statium. Mr.
Adams then asked for a police escort for the torch run event.
Manager Plunkett recommended to Council that they approve Mr. Adams request.
Consensus of members was that the Manager be directed to approve the request.
Mayor Gallant shared with those in attendance a letter he received from the
Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 55, David Waltz, President. The letter
states that May 7th marks the tenth anniversary of the end of the Vietnam era.
To commemorate this anniversary, a number of events has been scheduled for the
Newark area. A copy of that letter is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
MAYOR' S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of March was presented and reviewed. A of that report is hereby attached copy as part of these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of March was presented. Review of Manager
Plunkett' s report followed. Councilmember Garrett asked what the hours were for the police foot patrol. Manager Plunkett stated that the department does not have a foot patrol officer as such, but when the officers are in the downtown
area they check business etc..Councilmember Eisenberg questioned the amount of total gallons of water pumped and daily average for February and March' 1985. Manager Plunkett said he would check these figures with Mr. Galitza. Motion to approve the Manger' s Report for the month of March was made by Council1
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Village of Granville
April 17, 1985
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member Rader and seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. A copy of
that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Opera House Park Improvement Committee -Bill Chambers, Chairman, appeared this
evening to seek Council' s approval for the Committee' s proposal to install a
decorative fence at ,the Opera House Park. Mr. Chambers did not have a sketch
of what the park would look like with the fence installed, but took the
original drawing of the park plan and pointed out where the Committee would
like to see the fence placed. The proposal calls for fencing to be placed at
the two ends of the park' s Broadway side and down the Main Street side to the
walk and stone wall. Mr. Chambers said the Committee has asked the Robinson
Foundation for money for the fence.
Following a lengthy discussion, the consensus of Council agreed with the
fence as proposed by the Opera House Park Improvement Committee.
Ways &Means Committee -Consensus of this Committee was that Council work as
a whole to consider ways to provide funds for the Capital Improvements needed
for the Village.
Councilmember Eisenberg stated that the need to return to the electorate and
seek either a millage or an increase in taxes is apparent. Further, before
election arrives, Council will have to do a better job of clarifying the need
to the voters. He suggested that Financial Resources Study Commission be reactivated
with as many of its original members as possible with possibly one
or two additional members, and; that the Commission' s final plan be used as a
start.
Robin Bartlett was mentioned as a possibTe candidate· to work with the Commission.
Following a lenthy discussion among members, consensus was:
a) To clearly identify the need for additional revenues and update the
Capital Improvements Plan;
b) Reactivate the Finanical Resources Study Commission and update the '
Commission' s plan;
c) Establish a firm plan on how Council will educate the voters on the
need for additional revenues.
Councilmember Eisenberg offered to contact past members of the Financial Resources
Study Commission. Mayor Gallant said he would contact Robin Bartlett.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 7-85, "Enacting New Article 34 Of The Granville Zoning Ordinance
To Provide Regulations For Ground Satellite Stations"w,as moved for adoption
by Councilmember Avery, seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt.
During a lengthy discussion Councilmember Garrett expressed a concern about
the technical aspects of this ordinance, and asked if anyone had discussed
this with someone in the dish business? He mentioned the FCC Newsletter in
which hearings were conducted about owners rights to gain access to programming.
Mr. Garrett felt that input is needed from someone who' s in the business.
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Village of Granville
April 17, 1985
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Councilmember Schnaidt suggested that the Ordinance be passed now, and if technologies
change, the ordinance can be amended.
Vice Mayor Davison asked at this time how many members were in favor of calling
the question?Voice' vote: Six yes, one no.
Councilmember Avery moved to amend Ordinance No. 7-85 as follows: Under
1173. 06 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES (a) (3) :Insert after paragraph E.,paragraph "F.
Such stations or dish antennas shall be effectively screened from public view
by shrubbery or trees planted around them."and; remove paragraph E, from 1173.06
a) (4) [ on page 21, Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Roll call vote:
Avery- yes, Schnaidt- yes, Rader- yes, Eisenberg- yes, Garrett-yes, Davison- yes,
Gallant-yes. Seven yes votes. Motion carried. Amendment duly passed.
Councilmember Rader moved that Ordinance No. 7-85 be amended as follows: That
1173.06 (a) (4) in paragraph C.,the 3 feet be changed to 6 feet. Motion died for
the lack of a second.
Councilmember Avery moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 7-85 as amended. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Roll call vote: Avery- yes, Schnaidt- yes,
Garrett-yes, Eisenberg- yes, Rader-no, Davison-no. Five yes votes. two no votes.
Motion carried. Ordinance No. 7-85 duly adopted.
Victoria' s Parlour Sidewalk Cafe
Manager Plunkett advised Council that the resolution endorsing the Development
Commission' s recommendation to approve Mr. Jackson' s proposed sidewalk cafe is
being drafted.
Consensus of those members presentwas, that the Development Commission should
develop conditions and limitations on future uses of the public sidewalks.
Parking
Manager Plunkett mentioned the three drawings submitted in Council' s information
packet this week.
Councilmember Eisenberg asked what the objections were to diagonal parking
on North Main Street in the past? Manager Plunkett said he would see if he could
find out.
No other discussion on the subject was offered at this time.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinahce No. 8-85, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 36-84 And Return Funds To
The Unappropriated Balance In The General Fund", was introduced and title read in
its entirety by Councilmember Avery. A public hearing was set at this time for
May 1, 1985, at 7: 30 p.m..
Ordinance No. 9-85, "An Ordinance To Establish A Penalty Section Within Ordinance
No. 22-83, Known As The Fire Prevention Code", was introduced and title read in
its entirety. by Councilmember Schnaidt. A public hearing was scheduled at this
time for May 1, 1985, at 7: 30 p.m.. 1
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Village of Granville
April 17, 1985
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Fire Department Use of Public Water Supply
Councilmember Schnaidt moved that members of the Granville Volunteer Fire Department,
Inc.,be permitted to w@sh their privately owned vehicles in the area of
the Fire Station without charge,as a gesture of appreciation for their services.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Garrett. Voice' vote: Four ayes, three noes.
The ayes have it. Motion carried.
Mayor Gallant stated at this time that he was not arguing about the money, but
the principle. He said he would prefer that this be handled through donations
and stated that it was a clear misuse of public funds.
Councilmember Rader moved that Council go into executive session to discuss
possible litigation on the BeechwoodT/hornewood matter. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Eisenberg. Motion carried. Time: 9: 15 p.m..
Councilmember Rader moved to return to regular session. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Schnaidt. Motion carried. Time: 9: 50 p.m..
Motion to adjourn made by Councilmember Garrett, seconded by Councilmember Rader.
Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9: 51 p.m..
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MAYOR'S COURT REPORT
Balance of Bond 1·lonies from previous month
Total Collected for present mon tli
Amount paid to State (RRF &GRF)
Anioutit paid in refunds or overpaypients
Amount paid itito Getieral Fund
Balance botid monies remaining in account
March 85
4,142.00
3,340.00
676. 00
0-
2,751. 00
1,404.00
February 85
87
22Zuz3E»d.6'*0
1 ,4. 1-/ S-f
March 84
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Parking Tickets Issued 11 5R
Citations: 65 Col,iplaints:
Stop sign 3 6 7
Stop Signal 1
6 9
6
Speed 35 12 33
Improper Turn 2
Juvenile Court 1 3
Driving Under Influence of Alcohol 4 2 4
Reckless/Iiliproper Operation of Vehicle 1
Expired Plates/Improl,er Display 3 5 10
License Violations
6 4 2
Restriction/ Safety Violations 4 1 1
Failure to Yield
1
Iiiiproper Lanes/Passilig 3 3 6
Assured Clear Distatice
Fleeitig/Resisting
Prohibited Rt. Turn 0,1 Red 2
1
Driving Under Suspension 1 1
Open Container 1
Misrepresentation/ Falsification
Disturbing The Peace/ Disorderly
1
Theft/Fraud
Offenses Against Persons
Total Violations
66 47
March February March
Property Offenses
Animal Offenses
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
March 1985
1 27.858.000
900000
1
1,460
February 1985
25 629 000
915 000
0
6 2
5, 6
7 0
6 3
0 0
0 0
0 544
1,430
March 1984
25 801 000
889 000
2
11
1
1
11
0
0
365
1 635
MANAGER' S REPORT
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Manager' s Report
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WASTE WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallons Treated
Daily Average (Gallons)
Sludge Beds Filled
Sludge Beds Cleaned
Lines Rodded
Monthly Rain Fall
SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS
March 1985 February 1985 March 1984
15,500,000 (Est).14,700,000 (Est) 21,700,000 (Est)
500,000 (Est)
6,500 ft.
No Available
525,000 (Est)
1,500 ft.
Not Available
700,000 (Est)
1,500 ft.
6.80 inches
3
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Manager' s Report
Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
March 1985
Amount Manhours
New Signs 7
Signs Replaced 6
Street Maintenance (Cold Mix-Tons)
Streets Swept (Hours)
Inlets Cleaned 38
Inlets Repaired &Adjusted
Grass Mowed (Acres) 0 Brush &C:lippings (Loads) 25
Leaf Pickup (Loads) 0 Snow Removal -
Salt Water (Gallons) 0
Backhoe Worked (Days) 2
Water Plant (Supplement)
Waste Water Plant (Supplement)
Other Projects (Hours)
Welfare (Hours)
Call Out
Vehicle Maintenance
00
00
47
238
0
85
0
15
0
12
February 1985
Amount Manhours
5 (Tem )5 1
2 0 0
38
0 65
7 32 129
52
69 000
18
8 143
168
92
Special Interest Items
New Village tress were planted, replacing old ones removed earlier.
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
Special Interest Items
1-House )
1-2 Unit Condo )
1-Water Booster)
3-(Station 0
March 1984
Amount Manhours
18 000
0 4 5
00
00
0. 0
176
1-Garage
4
0
0
0
80
17
2
36
18
24
29
0
63
0
140
5
3
6
2
0
1 5
0
321
160 160
5 1
0 0
1 0
2 1
Month: March 1985
ATROL ACTIVITIES
akking Ticke6,£
Tba A dic Cita,tiona
TizaKdic Stops
TbaAAic Direction
Ve/tide Check,
HolUe Checlu
S U,6pie£0(16 Pe/66 on,5
Eme44. 6 Fble A6, 61,6 6£
Other Dept. A66,66,£6 :
Impound6 6 Towing
Foot PC10b*
Uns ecuked Buitding.6
Moto/List A36,68£ 6
Patiot Time C Ho u,U )
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Injubg Acciden6£
NonI-njut/y Acciden6.(
Inve,6.Uqation,6 :
Comptaints
Odtens ej
A.uea : 8 ()
FeConq
Misdemeanor ChakqeFFekEoneud8:()
Misdemeanor
ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES
Admn£ .S/pecial Vetaitb 472
Se/tv.£ Ce,6:
Mait 14
Hand Vev£e£red Mal£ 68
Fune/ tal Ed co / Lts
Bank E6 cods --
VEHICLE MILEAGE:
77
65
25
130
37
1584
8
20
82 Dodge
1 VehideJ
83 Chevrolet
Vehicte)
FUEL UTILIZED: 517.9 Gatiou
7
1
176
14
46
303
83
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GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
MonthLY Managek'd Repo/Lt***
Month: February 1985
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Pa; thing 1.Ecke(6
1b- a;6,C£Citation,6
Tra662,StopM
1a-6*6ic Dit/.ection
Vehicle Checkb
House Check6
SubpiCioU6, Pe/6{0,13
Emekg. 6 Fike A6616£ 6
Othut Dept. A661.64
Impounds 6 Towing
Took Patiob
Unsecuked Buidings
Moto6/66t A66166£
Patto£Time (Hou6* ),
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Inituu/Accidents
Non- Injubq Accidents
Inve6, £qa£tions:
Comptaint,6
OKKen* U
Aue # 7: ) (
Fetonq
M,66 demeanok
Chakqe8 Fited: 7()
Fetonq
M£ 6 demeanor
ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIE
Admin.S /pecia£Veta6, 66
Se/ t-ViCe, 6:
Mait
Hand Delivered Mai£
Funitat E6 cobt6
Bank E6 Co6
91,192
qdometekj
38,136
C Odome,te/ L)
93
43
996
113
10
52
302
87
48
26
8
13
14
15
159
10
S
377
13
36
1
Month: March. 1984
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Pakking Ticke6£
Tbaddic Citationd
Tiv6,6iC Stops
1-4*66C£DDLection
Vehicle Checlu
Hou4e Check,6
SU6, 16*,O.[U,6 PUL6, 0)16
EmeL/q. ·6 Fil/e A666££8
Othek Dept. A64,66£ 6
Impound6 6 Towinq
Foot Pat408£,
Unsecuked Buitdinqb
Moto6/66,t A666,£,8(
Pa4,(0£Time (Houu/)
COMPLAINT ACTI VITIES
In iukq Accidenti
Non-In iukq Accident6
Investigation,6 :
Comptabltd
0 6 Aepu eA
Aue66£ :8()
Fe, Cong
Mib demeanor
Chakgu Fieed: 8( )
Fetonq
M.6£demeanok
58
71
53
225
49
806
9
14
3
10
231
11
28
348
ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES
AdminS.p/eciat Details 395
Se/1.ViCU :
Mal£ 21
Hand Detivered Mai£ 38
Fune/ tai E6 cob.06 2
Bank Escob6£ 4
519
C Mite.6 J
3,163
Mite J
42
ei-06 potice
4 15 6
63
9
1
7 5 7
1
5 9 2
DIVISIGN
CITY GRANVILLE
ACCOUNT
FUND DESCRIPT ON
MONTHLY FUND REPORT
A 1 GENERAL
B 1 STREET
B 2 HIGHWAY
B 7 REVENUE SHARING
C- 1 -DEBT SERVICE , -- -
C 2 SEWER CONSTRUCTION FUND
C 3 SEWER REPLACEMENT &IMPROVEMENT
D- 3-fEDERAL GRANT ·--- -- -----·
E 1 WATER AND WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
E 2 SEWER
3 E 92--S--EWERC-APITALIM-PROVEMENT
l ·
F 1 EQUIPMENT RESERVE
H 1 SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
GRAND TOTALS ****
REPOET
P. GE 1
DATE
MONTH OF
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03/29,85
MARCH
BALANCE BALANCE
AT BEGINNING -·-R-ECEIPTS DISBURSED AT MONTH END ENCUMBERED UNENCUMBERED
228,648. 76
10,·536. 44
229. 15
42,454.93
8,330.83
00
11, 500.00
19,382.33
92,406.70,
48,925.37
12,421.63
101,559.38
12,768. 12
27, 119. 21
3, 185.67 -
258.29
10.06
20 i 6-15 :71
00
74, 138. 93
3,089.17 -
233.72
2,815. 84
00
00 00
I
00 - r----0-0--: '--
21,841.54
18,843.04
00
589,363.66 * 106, 073.88 *
13,802.38
210. 00
181, 629.04
10,632.94
253.72
39,649. 15
28,946:54 --
00
11,500.00
rf-,582.-33 -
106,607.06
53,966.03
UU 1-4,4-1. 03
00 101,559.38
r:2,558. 12
116, 131. 58 * 579,305.96 *
00
00
00
00
00 +
00
00
00
181, 629.04
10,632.94
253.72
39, 649.15
28 ;946754
00
11, 500.00
79,-582.-33
106,607.06
00 53,966.03
30 12,4216-5:-
00 101, 559.38
1 12,558. 12
00 * 579,305.96 *
00
00 0(
36,041.90
MEMO
TO:
From:
Date:
Re:
Rob Drake
Douglas E. Plunkett
April 9, 1985
Victoria' s Parlor
Recently, the Granville Devalopment Commission approved the proposal of Hal
Jackson to install a sidewalk cafe in front of Victoria' s Parlor on Broadway
in Granville. At the same time, the Development Commission recommended to
the Village Council that Mr. Jackson be allowed to occupy a portion of the
sidewalk necessary for the conduct of his sidewalk cafe business. The ,reason
for recommending this to Council as opposed to granting the go-ahead to
Mr. Jackson themselves, was because of the Village' s ownership of the sidewalk
as public right-of-wayv The Village Council approved Mr. Jackson' s use
of the sidewalk for this purpose subject to recommendations from you. They
are interested in your opinion regarding legal implications of such use of
the public sidewalk, and what kind of precedent they would be setting in
allowing such use.
Attached is a letter from Sallie Debolt, Granville Development Commission
Chairman, which sets forth the perimeters under which the Development Commission
recommended the proposal to Council. Please give me your considered
opinion with regard to both legal implications and possible regulatory
standards which might be set.
Douglas E. Plunket64:
Village Manager
DEP: cm
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GRANVILLE, OHIO
WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
AND SANITARY SEWER IMPROVEMENTS
PROJECT STATUS UPDATE
THROUGH FEBRUARY 28, 1985
WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
Sections A-1 General and A-3 Electrical (Kokosing Construction Co.)
Total Work Complete 927,124.33
Amount Retained 51, 505. 94
Amount Paid 875,618.39
Complete 40%
Section A-2 Mechanical (J. A. Croson Co.)
Total Work Complete 30,255. 00
Amount Retained 2,420. 00
Amount Paid 27,835. 00
Complete 40%
Overall Wastewater Treatment Plant
Total Work Complete 957,379.33
Amount Retained 53,925. 94
Amount Paid 903,453.39
Complete 40%
Approximately Treatment Plan5t 0%of the allotted construction time for the Wastewater has elapsed.
SANITARY SEWER IMPROVEMENTS
Section 8 -Sanitary Sewer Improvements (Bailey Plumbing &Heating)
Total Work Complete 209,803.18
Amount Retained 5,937. 17
Amount Paid 203,866.01*
Complete 85%
EPA Eligible Amount: $130,866. 01)
Approximately 80%of the allotted construction time for the Sanitary Sewer
Improvements has elapsed.
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Dear Mayor:
Vietnam Veterans of America
Chapter 55
P.O. Box 624
Newark, Ohio 43055
PHONE: 349- 7590 or 349- 7591
April 6, 1985
This May 7th marks the tenth anniversary of the end of the Vietnam era.
Chapter 55 of the Vietnam Veterans of America has scheduled a number of events
to commemorate this tenth annipersary.
Among these are:
Tuesday,May 7th
Wednesday, May 8th
Thursday, May 9th
Friday, May 10th
Saturday, May 11 th
Sunday, May 12th
Dimension Cable Five Live Call-In Show
Outreach Center Open House 12 W. Main St.
Newark, OH. 9A.M8.P-.M.
Ohio Bureau of Employment Services Job Seminar
Licking County Administration Building
20 S. 2nd Street Newark, Ohio
11A.M.. - ?
TAG DAY
Commemorative Dance
K of P Hall
104 E. Main Street 8:3OP.M. -lA.M.
Newark, Ohio
Featuring Bob Long and Band
Setups available, BYOB
Sandwiches, chips, popcorn)
MIAPO/W Recognition Day
It is our hope you share this letter at your next council meeting with those
in attendance. This chapter is a county based organization sharing its services
with the entire county. We invite you to participate in our activities.
MIN SERVICE TO AMERICA"
102016
Chapter 55
David Walz, President 1

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