Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes February 20, 1985

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CALL TO ORDER
REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
FEBRUARY 20, 1985
Mayor Gallant called the meeting to order at 7: 30 p.m..
ROLL CALL
Responding to roll call were:
Councilmember Garrett
Councilmember Eisenberg
Councilmember Rader
Councilmember Avery
PUBLIC HEARINGS
Vice Mayor -
Mayor -
Law Director -
Manager
A public hearing, was held on the following ordinances:
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Ordinance No. 1-85, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 14-84 By Setting The
Rates For Industrial Discharges Into The Village Sewage System."
The ordinance would put the Village in compliance with EPA' s requirement to
charge industrial users of the system according to their output of biological
oxygen demand and suspended solids.
No one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance. Public hearing
closed at 7: 32 p.m.,with action held for Old Business.
Ordinance No. 2-85, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 36-84 And Appropriate
Funds For Capital Expenditures In The General Fund."The ordinance proposes to
appropriate $10,000 to Account Al-4-F-250 entitled "Capital Outlay/ Community
Services", in the General Fund to provide for the purchase and installation of
an emergency warning facility.
Mr. Lee Larson, Granville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.,appeared this
evening and reported that he had been involved in the Council Safety Committee
Meetings and the planning of a more adequate warning system for the Village.
Mr. Larson supported the ordinance but expressed two concerns the Fire Department
had. Those were: a) That the best plan or solution possible would be devised
for tripping the siren, since the Fire Department would be the one to trip the
siren, and; b) Due to the liability of responsibility, the Fire Department would
like some kind of statement from the Village that they would not hold the Fire
Department liable if at any time the Fire Department might miss tripping the
siren. Mr. Larson added, that the Fire Department has never missed tripping the
existing siren.
Carl Frazier, 554 North Pearl Street, appeared this evening to add his SUDDOrt
for the ordinance. · Mr„F.razier said he could not hear the present siren at his end
of town.
With no further comments offered the public hearing closed at 7:45 p.m.,with
action held for Old Business.
MINUTES
February 6, 1985 -Regular Council Meeting -Vice Mayor Davison moved that the
minutes be approved as submitted. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader.
Motion carried.
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February 20, 1985
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February 6, 1985 -Council Worksession -Councilmember Rader moved to approve
the minutes as written. Motion seconded by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion
carried. ,
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Doug Mack, Granville Fire Department
Greg Keeler, Granville Fire Department
Jim Dumbauld, Granville Fire Department
Rick Bline, Granville Sentinel
Ron Mack
Carl Frazier
Erin Scanlon, WHTHW/NKO
Carl Frazier, 554 North Pdarl Street, appeared this evening to voice his objection
to the proposed center street parking, on Broadway. He stated that he fel t center
street parking would ruin the beauty of the Village and create traffic problems.
Mr. Jim Dumbauld, Granville Volunteer Fire Department' s Fire Chief, appeared
to voice the Fire Department' s concerns with the proposed center street parking
on Broadway. He cited the following concerns as the most important: a) Hinder
the Fire Department in the downtown area, hinder getting trucks through, and;
create a congestion of traffic in that area. Mr. Dumbauld mentioned that he had
other items but felt the foregoing was the most important.
Mr. Carl Frazier asked Council if the Merchants Association officially requested
center street parking?
Councilmember Rader stated that Mr. Lou Ream had thought it would be a good
idea but no official written request was submitted.
Mr. Dumbauld commented that as a business man and citizen he would say Granville needs the additional parking, but, if he was asked while serving on the Development Commission he would have to consider the aesthetic portion of the proposal.
Following a lengthy discussion, Council suggested that the Manager not take any action on the center street parking proposal until after the Merchants Association' s meeting Thursday, February 2lst, and Mr. Blackstone has submitted measurements of
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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 mont of January was presented. Manager Plunkett reviewed his report with members of Council. He explained that the Finance Report was not included in copies distributed to Council but would be sent to members at a later date.
During review and discussion many of the members commented that they had received comments about the fine job the Village crew did on the snow removal. A motion to approve the Manager' s Report was made by Councilmember Rader and
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seconded by Councilmember Garrett. Motion carried. A copy of that report is
hereby attached as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -Councilmember Avery reported on the Commission' s meeting
held Thursday, February 14th. At that meeting members elected new officers:
Chairman, Sallie Cunningham; Vice Chairman-Harold (Buck) Sargent; and Secretary
duties will be performed by members on a rotating basis.
The following approvals were granted at that meeting: Sign Permit to Park
National Bank (Elm Street entrance to their rear parking lot); Architectural
Review and permit approvals to: Fire Department to install a ventilator on the
Fire Station roof to vent diesel fumes; Village of Granville for exterior modificatioris,
a new entry- way to Village Hall from the, Main Street side to the north
face of the building, and, a wheelchair ramp; Christopher D. Avery for his proposed
exterior modifications to the 127 South· Prospect Street property to comply
with the Fire Code. Dr. Avery plans to move his place of business to that address.
The Development Commission also granted G.B.Price Enterprises, Inc.,a six month
extension on the surety bond covering Hilengreen.
OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 1-85, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 14-84 By Setting The
Rates For Industrial Discharges Into The Village Sewage System."
Vice Mayor Davison moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 1-85. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Garrett. Roll call vote: Davison- yes, Garrett- yes, Rader- yes,
Eisenberg- yes, Avery- yes, Schnaidt- yes, Gallant- yes. Seven yes votes. Motion
carried. Ordinance No. 1-85 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 2-85, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 36-84 And Appropriate
Funds For Capital Expenditures In The General Fund."The ordinance appropriates
10,000 for the purchase and installation of an emergency warning siren.
Councilmember Schnaidt moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 2-85. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Avery.
During a brief discussion, it was questioned whether the Village needed a new
siren, and; whether the Village could afford such an item due to the road damage
this winter. One member felt ·that the Village should be operating as tightly to
the budget as possible. Taking an informal survey of 18 residents earlier resulted
in 2 for a new siren and 16 against. It was also mentioned that basically people
have T.V. and radio to warn them of tornados and that the Village does have one
siren in place. Another member admitted that it was a difficult item to spend
money for but if the Village had a tornado hit this evening eveyone would be wanting
to get a siren right away, but, when nothing happens it' s difficult to spend.
the money. Also, if having the siren saves on life it would be worth it. Some
of the other members felt that having a new siren was like buying insurance, a
safety policy. Concluding the discussion, the Clerk was asked to take the roll
call vote: Schnaidt- yes, Avery- yes, Eisenberg- yes, Rader-no, Garrett- yes, Davisonr
no, Gallant- yes. Five yes votes, two no' s. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 2-85
duly adopted.
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Ordinance No. 3-85, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 36-84 And Appropriate
Funds For Capital Expenditures In The General Fund And Declaring An Emergency",
was introduced and title read in its entirety by Councilmember Eisenberg.
The ordinance proposes to appropriate $3800 for the purchase and mounting of
a new snow plow and frame on one of the Village, dump trucks, replacing one that
broke earlier.
Councilmember Eisenberg moved for passage of the Emergency Clause: Section II,
of Ordinance No. 3-85 and read this section in its entirety. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Rader. Roll call vote: Eisenberg- yes, Rader- yes, Garrett-yes,
Avery- yes, Schnaidt- yes, Davison- yes, Gallant- yes. Seven yes votes. Motion
carried. Emergency Clause: Section II, duly passed.
Councilmember Eisenberg moved for adoption of Ordinance No. 3-85. Motion.
seconded by Councilmember Garrett. Roll call vote: Eisenberg- yes, Garrett- yes,
Rader- yes, Avery- yes, Schnaidt- yes, Davison- yes, Gallant- yes. Seven yes votes.
Motion carried. Ordinance No. 3-85 duly adopted.
Resolution No. 85-6, " To Award The Bid For The Purchase Of A Utility Truck Vehicle",
was introduced and read in its entirety by Councilmember Garrett.
Councilmember Garrett moved for passage of Resolution No. 85-6. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried. Resolution No. 85-6 duly passed.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
February 27, 1985 -7:30 p.m. -Council Worksession -Long Range Communi ty Planning
and proposed center street parking.
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
Manager Plunkett stated that Pearl Street would be regraded soon by the contractor
who did the recent sanitary sewer work.
A meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 26, 1985, at 7:30 p.m.,at the
Granville Public Library for citizens who might be interested in the Granville
Solvents operations and closure plans. Mr. John Reeb owner, will be present to
respond to concerns citizens might have with regard to his operations as a Hazardous
Waste Management Facility.
With no further business to discuss Councilmember Avery moved that the meeting adjourn. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9:18 p.m..
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MAYOR'S COURT REPORT
YEAR END REPORT
Balance of Bond Monies from previous year
Total Collected for 1984
Amount paid to State (RRF &GRF)
Amount paid in refunds or overpayments
Amount paid into General Fund
Balance bond monies remaining in account
1984
468.00
42706.00
8723.00
2347.00
31447.00
468.00
1983
459. 00
30348.50
4233.00
3560.00
22038.50
976. 00
1982
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20827. 80
1634.00
754.00
18438.80
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Parking Tickets Issued 722 358 454
Citations: and Complaints: 766 495 507
Stop sign 24 21 18
Stop Signal 33 28 37
Speed 383 245 226
Improper Turn 34 17 20
Juvenile Court 39 23 15
Driving linder Influence of Alcohol 24 34 7
Reckless/Improper Operation of Vehicle 7 9 13
Expired Plates/Improper Display 65 26 46
License Violations 27 18 16
Restriction/ Safety Violations 16 4 16
Failure to Yield 24 11
Improper Lanes/Passing 13 6
Assured Clear Distance
1 4 3
Fleeing/ Resisting 1 3 3
Prohibited Rt. Turn on Red 7 3 6
Driving Under Suspension 3 3 4
Open Container 18 12 5
Misrepresentation/ Falsification 0 2 4
Disturbing The Peace/Disorderly 7 6 11
Theft/ Fraud 16 12 15
Offenses Against Persons 9 5 2
Total Violations 766 495
507
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1984 1983 1982
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perty Offenses 2
10imal Offenses 1 2
Solicitors Violations
Failure to Comply to a Court Order 2
Permitting Person to Ride on Outside of
Vehicle 1
Driver' s View Obstructed 1
Liquor Consumption in a Motor Vehicle 2
Failure to Pay Parking Tickets 5
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MAYOR'S COURT REPORT
Balance of Bond Monies from previous month
Total Collected for present month
Amount paid to State (RRF &GRF)
Amount paid in refunds or overpayments
Amount paid into General Fund
Balance bond monies remaining in account
January '85
31
468.00
1381. 00
247.00
510.00
960.40
518.00
December '84 ja;tuary '84
Parking Tickets Issued 52 36
Citations: 37 Complaints:
Stop sign 1 2 4
Stop Signal 6 3 4
Speed 18 1 38
Improper Turn
5 1
Juvenile Court 2 3
Driving Under Influence of Alcohol 1 3 1
Reckless/ Improper Operation of Vehicle 5 1
Restriction/ Safety Violations 1 2
Failure to Yield 1 3 1
Improper Lanes/ Passing
Assured Clear Distance
1
Fleeing/Resisting 1
Prohibited Rt. Turn on Red 1 1
1
Driving Under Suspension 1
Open Container 5
MisrepresentationF/alsification
Disturbing The Peace/ Disorderly
Theft/ Fraud 4 4
Offenses Against Persons 2
Total Violations 36 40 59
Expired Plates/Improper Display 2 3 1
License Violations 1 2
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Gallohs 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
Jan. 1985
24,041,000
776,000
0
570
1,602
Dec. 1984
25,068,000
809,000
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7
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1,694
Jan. 1984
28.384.000
915.000
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12
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466
1,559
MANAGER' S REPORT
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12 9
0 2
0 0
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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
January 1985
14,725,000 (Est)
475,000 (Est)
0 feet
1.80 inches
December 1984 January 1984
13,175,000 (Est) 15,500,000 (Est)
425,000 (Est)
2000 feet
3. 20 inches
500,000 (Est)
500 feet
1. 50 inches
0 2
5 0
Manager' s Report
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SERVICE DEPARTMENT
Jan 1985
Amount Manhours
New Signs 0
Signs ReplAced 4
Street Maintenance (Cold Mix Tons 10
Streets Swept (Hours) -
Inlets Cleaned -
Inlets Repaired &Adjusted 2
Grass Mowed (Acres) 0
Brush &Clippings (Loads) 0
Leaf Pickup (Loads) 0
Snow Removal (See Attached Report)-
Salt Water (Gallons) " 114 000
Backhoe Worked (Days) 16
Water Plant (Supplement)
Waste Water Plant (Supplement)
Other Projects (Hours)
Welfare (Hours)
Call Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
0
3
104
152
210
48
3
0
0
0
26
2
0
3
14
0
15
Dec. 1984
Amount Manhours
Painted Village Hall Council Chambers and installed new flooring.
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permit
Special Interest Items
85
21
8 74
84
109
8. 5
0
12
126
148
219
4 18
40
1-House
0
Amount Manhours
1-House
2,
0
0
1-Temoorary
Jan. 1984
0 0
2 3.5
8 47
24
30 78
0 0
0 0
4 7
0 0
12 54.5
81.000 220
92 42 11 48. 5
215
27 14 48.5
46 92.5
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0
0 0
0 0
0 0
MEMO
Fr» TO:
From:
Date:
Re:
Douglas E. Plunkett, Village Manager
Lee Slaughter, Service Department Foreman
February 18, 1985
Cost of Snow Removal Maintenance For Early 1985.
Due to the extreme weather conditions of January and February 1985, I would
like to bring you up-to-date on the cost of snow removal for the Village.
Not since the "Blizzard of 1978-1979", have we spent such a large amount of
monies on snow removal. The following cost analysis of our snow removal
efforts include manpower, equipment and materials. For the first 31 days of
this year, we have had snow or adverse driving conditions on all but 6 days.
Our men were called out a total of 27 times during the month of January.
Cost Analysis For Snow Removal:
Salt Water -114,000 gallons -5 $,130.00
Gas For Trucks [Regular Gas]
42 -
43 -
44 -
Tractor -
Back Hoe-
Ford Dump Truck
Chevy Dump Truck
4 Wheel Drive
Total Fuel Usage For Snow Removal
522.3 gallons @ 9$6 .9g/al.
67.6 gallons @ 9$6 .9g/al.
344.1 gallons @1 .$039g/al.
29 gallons @ 9$6 .9g/al.
61 gallons @1 .$029g/al.
1,014 gallons =
Replacement of Broken Vehicle Parts:
2) Sets of Snow Plow Lites
2) Sets of Snow Plow Blades &Bolts for
Mounting.
1) Pair of Show Plow Shoes
1) Pair of Snow Plow Markers
1) Solenoid for Snow Plow
1) Plow Hitch Pin
1) New Battery for Truck 42)
1) Voltage Regulator
1) Set of Wipers )
1) New Tire Tube for Back Hoe
Welding Steel &Oxygen
Tank Refills to repair Plow)
332.00
220.88
52.05
14.20
39.97
6.75
94.58
40.00
190. 14
1,009. 51
Total for parts and materials 990. 57
Report to Manager Plunkett
from Lee Slaughter
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Other Materials:
50 Tons -Sanding Material
10 Tons -Cold Patch Material
Total
Overtime Cost -199.5 hours
134.00
300.00
434.00
2,349.47
Alio, we might consider the fact that our 4-wheel drive has a broken rear end,
which is going tc be fixed under warranty. The cost cculd have been on the
Village. So far, they have spent two days repairing the truck at a labor cost
of $28.00/per hour x8= $448.00. This cost does not include parts, Only labor.
The cost of our new plow, will run $3,600. This should give you a rough estimate
of the money we have spent. I couldn' t put a figure on Ralph' s or my time because
of the time we were out. So, I put the snow removal figure at a rough cost
of $10,293.51.
Lee 'Slaughter
Service Department Foreman
LMonth:
January 1985
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<OL ACTI VITIES
§tking Ticketj
4 Aic Citati.on.6
1a-d*kic Stop6
TraAAic Direction
Vehide Checks
Hou.6e Check,6
Suhpiciout Pe/ 2on,6
Emekq. 6 Fire A606, 66£
Other Dept. A63,66£ 6
Impounds 6 Towing
Foot Poutho5f,
Un,6 ecu/ led Buitdinq3
MotoL/ at A666£,8(
Patbot Time (Hou,u )
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Injukg Accidents
NonI-njtuty Acciden6,(
Inve,6« gation3 :
Comptain. ,6£
Oddenbed
Ike,8,6: (6)
Fetonq
Mademeanor
ChaL/ge Fieed6:()
Felony
Mi6 demeanor
ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES
AdminS.p/ecial Deta5££
SeL/ V1,6£6( ;
Me
Hand Deuvered Mai£
Fune/ tat Es co/Lt6
Bank E3 co/Lt6
VEHICLE MILEAGE:
EFL UTILIZED:
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14
82 Dodge
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31
36
43
92
56
1415
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6
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164
11
37
302
52
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434
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GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Monthig Managek's Repott***
Month: December 1984
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Pakking Tickeb
1-ad*Sic Citation,6
Tra 6ic Stops
Tka66ic DiA.ection
Vehic,te Check
Hou,6 e Checkd
Subpicioub Pe6/0[113
Eme4g. 6 Fire A63,026
Other Vent. Asdists
Impound6 6 Towing
Foot Patkots
Unj ecured Buitdings
Motot* A636£26
Pat/ tot Time (Hou,u )
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
In f-ukq Accidents
Non-Iniwig Accident8
Investiqation6:
Comptaintb
01(Ken* e,6
AUe,66 : 1(5)
Feeont,
M,66 demeanor
Chakqe6 Filed: 15)
Fetonq
Allbdemeanok
ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIE
Ad#in. S/peciat Vetaits
SeL/ VC.£e6, :
Mad
Hand Defivete/d Mai£
Funeu/lt Eb coL/t6
Bank Ebco6*£
90,588
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31,863
Odometer)
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38
40
67
54
1059
5
18
72
18
8
8
178
19
57
312
S
450
11
56
1
3
Month: January 1984
PATROL ACTIVITIES
Parking Tickets
ThaBBC Citation,6
Tbaddic Stop*
Tha 6 6·ic DDLection
Vehicke Chech
House Check6
Suhnicioub Pe/ tbonj
Emet/g. 6 Fike A3,,688 /
Othek Dent. A66,668,(
Impoundb 6 Towinq
Foot Pat4016
U, 13 ecuked Buitdinq6
Moto/ 666t A66·66£ 6
Pattot Time (Ho (vu l
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
In iukq Accident6
Non-Inf'ur#Aceldenta
Inve<6£ga£tio1,3 :
Complaints
0 4 lieF!3 66
Avte,6£8: (2)
Felony
Mi,6 demeanok
Chcutgu Figed2:()
Fetonu
At£ 6 demeanor
ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES
Admin.S /peciat Detai6£,
Se/LVi Ce, 6 :
Mate
Hand Vetiveked Matt
Fune, tal Es cotti
Bank EbCO/ t,ts
1062
CMi£6 j€
2315
1 Mite J
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ISce*c:2h*clad
Chie 6 06 Potice
18
926
1
18
36
55
44
100
5
1
169
9
23
382
1
9 3
44
3
2 15 2
4 11 1
294 1
12
79
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