Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes December 2, 1985

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SPECIAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
DECEMBER 2, 1985
CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 8: 30 p.m..
OATH OF OFFICE
Mayor Gallant administered the oath of office to the following
elected members of Council:
Christopher D. Avery
Howard M. Garrett
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Eisenberg
Councilmember Garrett
Councilmember Rader
Arnold J. Eisenberg
Samuel L. Schnaidt
Councilmember -Schnaidt
Mayor Gallant
Vice Mayor Davison
Manager Plunkett
Councilmember Garrett moved to excuse Village Law Director,
Robert N. Drake. Motion seconded by Councilmember Avery.
Motion carried.
APPOINTMENT OF CLERK
Councilmember Garrett moved that Catherine M. Miller be appointed
Clerk of Council. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion
carried.
Mayor Gallant administered the oath of office to Catherine
M. Miller as Clerk of Council for a two year term.
ELECTION OF MAYOR
Vice Mayor Davison moved the nomination of Thomas F. Gallant.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion carried.
Vice Mayor Davison administered the oath of office to
Thomas F. Gallant as Mayor for a two year term.
Mayor Gallant thanked all the members ated their and said he appreci- support.
ELECTION OF VICE MAYOR
Councilmember Avery moved the nomination of Albert W. Davison. Motion seconded by Councilmember Garrett. Motion carried.
Mayor Gallant administered the oath of office to Albert W. Davison as Vice Mayor for a two year term.
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Special Organizational Meeting
Village of Granville
December 2, 1985
Page 2 of 2
OLD BUSINESS
Council and the Village Manager conducted an informal discussion
on the Village' s parking and traffic patterns.
Following discussion, consensus of members was, that
changes to the Village' s parking and traffic patterns be an
administrative decision.
NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 85-36. "To Authorize The Village Manager To
Advertise For Bids For The Purchase Of Laboratory And Sludge
Handling Equipment Necessary To The Operation Of The Sewage
Treatment Plant",was introduced and read in its entirety by
Councilmember Garrett.
Councilmember Garrett moved for the passage of Resolution
No. 85-36. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion
carried. Resolution No. 85-36 duly passed.
Liquor License Transfer Request/ David &May Huang Lin, dba
Fuller' s Market.
The consensus of Council was, that they did not object to the
transfer request. The Clerk was directed to answer the Ohio
Department of Liquor Control' s notice that the Village Council
Does not Request A Hearing".A copy of that notice is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
With no further business to discuss, Councilmember that the Garrett moved meeting adjourn. Motion seconded by Councilmember
Rader. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9: 02 p.m..
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I SOLEMNLY SWEAR (OR AFFIRM) THAT 1 WILL SUPPORT TIIE CONSTITUTION
OF TIIE UNITED STATES AND TIIAT OF TIIE STATE OF 01110 AND WILL OBEY
TIIE LAWS TIIEREOF, AND THAT I WILL, IN ALL RESPECTS, UPIIOLD ANI) ENFORCE
TIIE PROVISIONS OF TIIE CIIARTER AND ORDINANCES OF TllIS MUNIC!-
PALITY, AND WILL ,FAITHFULLY DISCHARGE THE DUTIES OF Council.rsan
UPON WI{ICII I AM ABOUT TO ENTER."
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OATII OF OFFICE
I SOLEMNLY SWEAR (OR AFFIRM) TIIAT I WILL SUPPORT TIIE CONSTITUTION
OF TIIE UNITED STATES AND TIIAT OF TIIE STATE OF OHIO AND WILL OBEY
THE LAWS TIIEREOF, AND TIIAT I WILL, IN ALL RESPECTS, UPIIOLD Alll) ENFORCE
TIIE PROVISIONS OF THE CIIARTER AND ORDINANCES OF Till S MUNICIPALITY,
AND WILL FAITIIFULLY DISCIIARGE TIIE DUTIES OF Courr. i lTran
UPON WlliCII I AM ABOUT TO ENTER."
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Arnold (8.Eisbrg
SWORN TO BEFORE ME AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME TllIS
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OATII OF OFFICE
I SOLEMNLY SWEAR (OR AFFIRM) TIIAT 1 WILL SUPPORT TIIE CONSTITUTION
OF TIIE UNITED STATES AND TIIAT OF TIIE STATE OF 01110 AND WILL OBEY
TIIE LAWS TIIEREOF, AND THAT I WILL, IN ALL RESPECTS, UPIIOLD ANI) ENFORCE
TIIE PROVISIONS OF TIIE CIIARTER AND ORDINANCES OF THIS MUNICIPALITY,
AND WILL FAITIIFULLY DISCIIARGE TIIE DUTIES OF Oolncilrran
UPON WHICH I AM ABOUT TO ENTER."
Garrett
SWORN TO BEFORE ME AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME THIS
Debca=r A. D. 1985_.
2nd
C«rot<f«
DAY OF
OATH OF OFFICE
I SOLEMNLY SWEAR (OR AFFIRM) TIIAT 1 WILL SUPPORT TIIE CONSTITUTION
OF TIIE UNITED STATES AND TIIAT OF TIIE STATE OF 01110 AND WILL OBEY
TIIE LAWS TIIEREOF, AND TIIAT I WILL, IN ALL RESPECTS, UPHOLD Alll) ENFORCE
TIIE PROVISIONS OF TIIE CIIARTER AND ORDINANCES OF TllIS MUNICIPALITY,
AND WILL FAITIIFULLY DISCIIARGE TIIE DUTIES OF Councilman
UPON WHICH I AM ABOUT TO ENTER."
SIGNED
c Samuel L.Schnaidt
SWORN TO BEFORE ME AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME THIS
December , A. D. 1985
2nd
148OR' C
DAY OF
I SOLEMNLY SWEAR (OR AFFIRM) TIIAT 1 WILL SUPPORT TIIE CONSTITUTION
OF TIIE UNITED STATES AND TIIAT OF TIIE STATE OF OHIO AND WILL OBEY
TIIE LAWS TIIEREOF, AND TIIAT I WILL, IN ALL RESPECTS, UPIIOLD At{I) ENFORCE
THE PROVISIONS OF TIIE CIIARTER AND ORDINANCES OF TllIS MUNICIPALITY,
AND WILL FAITIIFULLY DISCHARGE THE DUTIES OF Mayor
UPON WIC{!ll I AM ABOUT TO ENTER."
f- -Mist SIGNED 17YWFUL
SWORN TO BEFORE ME AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME THIS
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VICE MAYOR
DAY OF
OATH OF OFFICE
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OATII OF OFFICE
1 SOLEMNLY SWEAR (OR AFFIRM) THAT 1 WILL SUPPORT TIIE CONSTITUTION
OF TIIE UNITED STATES AND TIIAT OF TtlE STATE OF 01110 AND WILL OBEY
THE LAWS TIIEREOF, AND TIIAT 1 WILL, IN ALL RESPECTS, UPHOLD Alll) ENFORCE
TIIE PROVISIONS OF TIIE CIIARTER AND ORDINANCES OF TllIS MUNICIPALITY,
AND WILL FAITHFULLY DISCHARGE THE DUTIES OF Vice Mayor
UPON WHICH I AM ABOUT TO ENTER."
SIGNED mukl Gu-r-
Albert 11. Davison
SWORN TO BEFORE ME AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME TllIS 2nd
Decertber A. D. 1985_-
9Lef> 1
DAY OF
OATII OF OFFICE
I SOLEMNLY SWEAR (OR AFFIRM) THAT 1 WILL SUPPORT TIIE CONSTITUTION
OF THE UNITED STATES AND TIIAT OF TIIE STATE OF 01110 AND WILL OBEY
TIIE LAWS TIIEREOF, AND TIIAT I WILL, IN ALL RESPECTS, UPHOLD Alll} ENFORCE
TIIE PROVISIONS OF TIIE CIIARTER AND ORDINANCES OF TIllS MUNICIPALITY,
AND WILL FAITHFULLY DISCHARGE THE DUTIES OF Clerk of
UPON WI{ICI{ I AM ABOUT TO ENTER." UOUncli
SIGNED 41,3>04,0{4, CatherLE f.Mill&r
SWORN TO BEFORE ME AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME THIS
Decarber A. D. 1985_.
DAY OF
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DOLC-DP-31-4 (REV. 5/83)
MAILED
I.OTICE TO LEGISLATIVE
AUTHORITY
4303.26 R.C.
Ill 06.83l
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OHIO DEPARTMENT OF LIQUOR CONTROL
2323 W.FIFTH AVENUE
COLUMBUS,OHIO 43204
FROM 06/ 01/ 85
FULLERS MARKEI INC
128 E BROADWAY
GRANVILLE OHIO 43023
12-06. Er
OBJECTIONS MUST BE RETURNED POSTMARKED NO LATER THAN D(** 5
IMPORTANT NOTICE
PLEASE COMPLETE AND RETURN THIS FORM TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LIQUOR CONTROL WHETHER OR NOT THERE IS A REQUEST FOR A
HEARING.
B TRFO 5204648
REFER TO THIS NUMBER IN ALL INQUIRIES
TRANSACTION &NUMBER)
1 HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY AFTER DUE CONSIDERATION PURSUANT TO SECTION 4303.26 REVISED CODE TAKES
THE FOLLOWING ACTION:
MUST MARK ONE OF THE FOLLOWING)
CLERK OF MUNICIPAL COUNCIL C
CITY HALL A
GRANVILLE OHIO 43023 . 0-WL.0-L.2/
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SIGNATURE AND TITLE) Catherine M.BilliBr
Clerk of Council
DATF December 3, 1985
TO
5204648 ITRFO DAVID CK& MAY HUANG LIN
PERMANENT NUMBER 1 TYPE DBA FULLERS MARKET
11 04 85 128 E BROADWAY
F-LING DA E GRANVILLE OHIO 43023
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DLC 4052
10 01 85
ISSUE DA -E
C 2 C 2X
PERMIT CLASSES
45 022 B F31574
TAX DISTRICT RECEIPT NO.
2964351
PERMANENT NUMBER TYPE
10 01 85
ISSUE DATE FUNG DA E
PERMIT CLASSES
45 022
TAX DISTRICT RECEIPT NO.
QUOTA STAU-S
WET POPULATION
POLITICAL REG. PER PER. APPL
POPULATION RATIO A OR INCREASE DATE
SUBDIVISION DRY
QUOTA ISSUED OPEN POSITION
NEEDED
WE REQUEST A HEARING ON THE ADVISABILITY OF ISSUING THE PERMIT
WE REQUEST THE HEARING BE HELD IN COLUMBUS.
WE REQUEST THE HEARING TO BE HELD IN THE COUNTY SEAT OF THE COUNTY
IN WHICH THE PERMIT PREMISES IS TO BE LOCATFn
WE DO NOT REQUEST A HEARING. X
9 1024,
Form 8 62 VU, 0 Rev 10-82
INSTRUCTIONS TO LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY AND/OR INSTITUTIONS
FOR REQUESTING HEARING BEFORE THE DEPARTMENT OF LIQUOR CONTROL
The Department of Liquor Control is required by Am. Sec. 4303.26 O.R.C. to givo notice of the filing of an
application for an F-2, a New or additional, or transfer of location or OWNERSHIP TRANSFER of a C or D permit,
lo the legislative authority of the municipal corporation, or the board of county commissioners and township trustees,
and to the authority in control of a church, school, library, public playground or township park if the permit blisiness
is to be operated within 500 feel of the boundaries of such institutions.
The local government authority, by its clerk, and the authority in control of the institution may, by using the enclosed
form, request a hearing on the advisability of the issuance or transfer of permits. The request must be pursuant to an
official action of Ihe local government authority or institution and must be filled out and returned to the Department
by not later than 30 days from the date of the notice.
The hearing will be held in the offices of the Department in Columbus, Ohio unless the request for the hearing
includes a request that Ihe hearing be held in the county seal of the county where the permit business is to be
operated. Objector's witnesses must be willing to appear in Columbus if original hearing is to be held there, or later
before the Liquor Control Commission at Columbus, if the order of the Department is appealed.
The question to be considered at hearings, whether they be for local government or institutions, is the advisability of
issuance or trarister of the permit. The Department regards the following as examples of matters bearing upon the
question 01 advisability, if the objector presents reliable, probative and substantial evidence to establish that one or
more of Ihe illustrative conditions exist or would result if the permit is issued.
1. Conviction of the applicant, any partner, member, officer, director, manager or any shareholder owning 5%or more of
Ihe capital stock, lor felonies or other crimes relating to his ability lo operate a liquor establishment;
2. An applicant's alcoholism or drug addiction;
3. Prior unfavorable enforcement record of applicant and/or operation in disregard for laws, regulations, or local
ordinances,
4. Misrepresentation of material fact by applicant in making application to the Department;
5. Lack of, or inability lo obtain, an FSO license.
6. Inability of law enforcement authorities and of authorized agents of the Department to gain ready entrance to the
permit premise, or location of permit premise at such distance from the road or street as to be isolated from police or c
other observation:
7 Thal the place will substantially interfere with the public decency, sobriely, peace, or good order of the neighborhood
in which it is located.
8. That the place will substantially and adversely interfere with the normal orderly conduct of a church, library, public
playground, school or township park:
9. That lhe granting or transferring of a permit will substantially interfere with the morals, safety, or welfare of the public;
10. Adverse effect of saturation of the area in relation to the number of existing permits, and any adverse conditions in the
area.
A general objection based on mere physical proximity, religious and moral beliefs, institutional policy, adequate present
outlets in political subdivision, inadvisability of drinking or the economic and social consequences of drinking, do not
constitute a sufficient basis for rejection.
Hearings will be conducted by a hearing officer designated by the Department. The hearing, which is
investigative and not adjudicative, will be informally conducted and the rules of civil procedure or of evidence
will not be strictly applied. It is essential that the local government or institution be present al the hearing for
their objections to be considered. FAILURE OF THE OBJECTOR TO APPEAR AND TESTIFY AT THE
HEARING WILL RESULT IN ITS OBJECTIONS BEING OVERRULED AS A MATTER OF LAW The
applicant may attend personally or by an attorney, Any witness testifying may be cross-examined by the hearing
officer or the "opposing party". Any relevant testimony will be heard but the hearing officer will restrict
repetitive, redundant or cumulative testimony
NOTE: A transfer of ownership application involves the sale of a permit business by an existing permit holder lo
another person. The right to notice and hearing for institutions and legislative authorities is provided by Sec
4303.26 O.R.C. as set forth above. If the department sustains the objections made al a hearing on the transfer of
ownership, the permit privileges are not terminated, but the department will not transfer the permit to the
proposed applicant. The permit holder of record may then appeal or file an application for transfer of ownership
lo another proposed purchaser.
11 the operation of the permit holder of record is unsatisfactory, the legislative authority may object to the
renewal of the permit pursuant to Sec. 4303.27. 1 OR. C. and request a hearing by following Ihe procedural steps
set forth in Sec. 4303.27.1. Institutions may request their legislative authority to object to a renewal
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C-1
C-2
C-2X
D-1
D-2
D-2X
D-3
D-3X
D-3A
D-4
DESCRIPTION OF PERMIT PRIVILEGES
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 2,1982
Beer only in original sealed containers for carry out only
Wine and certain pre-packaged mixed drinks in sealed containers for carry out only
Beer only in original sealed containers for carry out only
Beer only for on premises consumption or in sealed containers for carry out
Wine and certain pre-packaged drinks for on premises consumption or in sealed
containers for carry out
Beer only for on premises consumption or in sealed containers for carry out
Spirituous liquor for on premises consumption only until 1: 00 A.M.
Wine only for on premises consumption only until 1:00 A.M.
Extension of issued permit privileges until 2:30 A. M.
Beer and any intoxicating liquor to members only, for on premises consumption
only until 1:00 A.M.
5 Spirituous liquor for on premises consumption only, beer and wine for on premises,
or off premises in original sealed containers, until 2:30 A.M.
same as D-5)for hotel or motel with 50 or more rooms for transient guests.
same as D-5)for enclosed shopping mall
Sale of intoxicating liquor on Sunday between the hours of 1: 00 P.M. and midnight
D-SA
D-58
D-6
D-7
D-4a
Beer and any intoxicating. liquor by the glass or container for consumption on the
premises only until 2:30 A.M.
Beer and any intoxicating liquor by glass or container on premises only until
1: 00 A.M.
Beer and any intoxicating liquor to members and guests of an airline
company club, only by individual drink in glass and from container,
for consumption on the premises only, until two-thirty a.m.
Eff. 7-1-85)
D-SC Same as D-5 (Eff. 4-4-85)
6300
94.00
63.00
12500
188.00
12500
400 00
100 00
500.00
25000
1, 250.00
1, 250.00
1, 250.00
variable
1, 000.00
63.00
400.00
1250.00
D
F-2

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