Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes October 16, 1985

REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
OCTOBER 16, 1985
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 Garrett
Councilmember Avery
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Manager
October 2. 1985 -Regular Council Meeting -
moved that the minutes be approved as read.
Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried.
CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the register were:
Erin Scanlon, WHTHW/NKO
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Plunkett
Councilmember Rader
Motion seconded by
Amy Bates, The Advocate
William Stewart, 135 West Maple Street, appeared this evening on
behalf of the Granville Historical Society, of which, he is
Chairman.
Mr. Stewart said the Historical Society is concerned about
the Old Colony Cemetery. He explained that no one through the
years has claimed ownership of the burial grounds since it was
platted in 1805, The Village apparently owns one piece of the
cemetery. Mr. Stewart said nothing has changed with respect to
ownership of the grounds since 1805. Mr. Stewart commented that
the Granville Historical Society would like the Village to take
ownership of the burial grounds. He said if the Village would do
this, and continue the mowing, he felt that other community
groups along with the Historical Society would help in providing
funds, labor and supervision to help in the maintenance of
monuments, path markers, etc..
During discussion, it was mentioned that the Village mows
the burial grounds in the springtime, around Memorial Day,
and some in the summertime. It was also mentioned that some
Denison fraternities have mowed the burial grounds as a Community
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Service project.
Mr. Stewart was asked whether the Township had been
approached about taking ownership of the Old Colony? Mr.
Stewart said no. It was mentioned that the Township has the
responsibility for all cemeteries in the Township.
It was also brought out that whoever takes ownership of the
cemetery would be taking on a large liability as well.
Councilmember Schnaidt commented that Village taxpayers pay
some taxes to the Township for maintenance of cemeteries and
felt that the Township would be the logical place to seek help
for the maintenance of this cemetery.
Mr. Stewart was asked why the Granville Historical Society
didn' t take ownership of the Old Colony? Mr. Stewart' s response
was that they would not have enough funds to undertake that
responsibility.
Law Director Drake commented that legally there would be no
way the Granville Historical Society could take over ownership
of the Old Colony, but he would look into this and get back
with Council. Vice Mayor Davison offered to be a committee of
one to talk with Mr. Drake on this matter and to participate in
discussing this matter with the Township Trustees.
There were no other comments offered from those in attendance.
Mayor Gallant thanked Mr. Stewart for coming to the meeting
to express his concerns· and request.
MAYOR'S REPORT
The Mayor' s Report for the month of September was presented.
During review, Vice Mayor Davison asked if anyone has made an
attempt to alert students of local ordinances. He felt that it
would be wise to get the word out to students, since the pamphlet
Guidelines to Good Neighbors",will not be published and
distributed by Denison to their new students this year.
Manager Plunkett agreed that perhaps in the Village' s own interest a fact sheet regarding such regulations as the container law, DWI, disturbing open the peace, etc.,should be
printed up. Manager Plunkett said it wouldn' t have to be
anything fancy, just a fact sheet that could be distributed.
Mayor Gallant said he would see what could be worked out.
Following review, the Mayor asked the Clerk to file the Mayor' s Report. A copy of that report is hereby attached as part of these minutes.
MANAGER' S REPORT
The Manager' s Report for the month of September was presented. Manager Plunkett commented (with regard to the Wastewater
Report)t,hat the plant will begin metering inflow in the next couple of weeks. With regard to «Denison' s Steam Plant meter,
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Mr. Plunkett said that won' t be for a while yet since the
decision to wait for a period of six months won' t be up until
April 1986. Mr. Plunkett said the plant is now using their own
well some of the time. Leaf pick-up begins today, and two shifts
will be
going on the end of this week.
With no further comments or questions offered, Councilmember
Rader moved that the Manager' s Report be approved. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried. A copy of the
Manager' s Report is hereby atthched as part of these minutes.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Personnel Committee -Councilmember Garrett reported that the
Committee met Wednesday, October 2, 1985, immediately following
the regular Council meeting,.Discussion centered on items that
will come before Council during budget review.
Development Commission -Councilmember Avery reported on the
Commission' s meeting of October 10. One application was submitted
for review and consideration. The Commission deferred action on
the application until the applicant or his representative could
be present to answer questions. Mr. Avery said there was some
opposition to the pylon markers placed at the intersection of
East College and East Broadway intersection. Objections raised
at the meeting were: that they were unattractive, questionable
as to being a safety measure, and; that they were confusing.
Manager Plunkett responded to this and said that the pylon
markers were placed at the intersection to show people where to go. He said the first night they were up, five of the pylons disappeared. Mr. Plunkett said the pylon markers were for sale at $18. 00/ each. He said seriously, the Village has been studying
how to have a safer area at this intersection, both for pedes- trian and vehicular traffic. He mentioned that there has been
three vehicular accidents in this area in the Village last five years. Law Director, Robert N. Drake, commented that it is impossible for children walking on the sidewalk on the north side of Newark Road to cross over to the East Broadway sidewalk. Councilmember Rader suggested that the Street Committee get together with the Service Department and work on a plan for a better and safer traffic pattern for this particular area.
OLD BUSINESS
Members briefly discussed topics in this week' s memo from the
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Village Manager. Items discussed were: North Main Street' s
diagonal parking, and Booth letter requesting traffic control
signal at the intersection of Granger and Spellman at the
Granville Elementary School.
NEW BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 21-85. "An Ordinance To Amend Sections Of The Code
Of Ordinances Of The Village Of Granville Establishing Regulations
Governing The Safeguarding Of Life And Property From The
Hazards Of Fire And To Repeal Existing Sections Of The Code Of
Ordinances",was introduced and title read in its entirety by
Councilmember Garrett.
A public hearing was scheduled at this time for November 6,
1985, at 7: 30 p. m.,for this ordinance.
Resolution No. 85-31, "To Award The Bids For The Rotomilling And
Repaving Of Streets, And To Authorize The Village Manager To
Enter Into A Contract With Newark Asphalt Company", was introduced
and read in its entirety by Councilmember Eisenberg.
Councilmember Eisenberg moved for passage of Resolution No.
85-31. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader.
Manager Plunkett commented that the Village' s estimates for
this work were 7%under what the bids came in as. He said this
should put some of the streets back in shape before winter sets in.
Councilmember Schnaidt said he would like to discuss the
streets earmarked for improvement, mainly Cedar Street. It was
mentioned to Mr. Schnaidt that the proposed street improvement
list had been discussed at length at a previous meeting, cially Cedar Street. Councilmember espe- Schnaidt suggested deleting
the proposed work for Cedar Street from the list until it could
be done properly with water mains, storm and sanitary sewers and then street reconstruction. He felt that it was like pouring
good money out for something that would later be torn up again. It was brought out to Mr. Schnaidt that this was discussed
before and that most members felt as he did, but that the
Village did not have the money to do Cedar Street this way, and while this was only a banda- id solution, members felt that because of the liability, something should be done with Cedar Street before winter.
The motion for passage of Resolution No. 85-31 carried. 1 Resolution No. 85-31 duly passed.
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MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Council Worksession scheduled for October 16, has been
rescheduled for October 23, 1985, at 7: 30 p.m..
Councilmember Garrett moved to go into Executive Session to hear
the Law Director' s report on the BeechwoodT/hornewood matter.
Motion seconded by Vice Mayor Davison. Motion carried. Time:
8: 23 p.m..
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Councilmember Eisenberg moved that the meeting return to regular
session. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion
carried. Time: 9: 00 p.m..
Meeting adjourned at 9: 03 p.m.,following a motion by Councilmember
Avery, seconded by Councilmember, SERmaidt.
Ma:kot
Attest:
Tem. Ci[ 4rk of Council
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MAYORl S COURT REPORT
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Balance of Bond Monies from previous month $ 35. 00 Total Collected for present month 3152. 00
Amount paid to State (RRF &GRF) 767. 00
Amount paid in refunds or overpayments 847.00
Amount paid into General Fund 3573.00
Balance bond monies remaining in account 0-
0-
3664.00
650.00
487. 00
2708. 00
35. 00
468-001
3534. 00
806. 00
0-
2260.00
936.00
Segtember '85 Auqust '85 SeDtember.' 84
Parking Tickets Issued 117 43 54
Citations: 58 Complaints: 3
Stop Sign 4 2 3
Stop Signal 7 4 6
Speed 25 32 44
Improper Turn 3
Juvenile Court 7
Driving Under Influence of Alcohol 8 2 3
Reckless/Improper Operation of Vehicle 1 1 2
Expired Plates/Improoer DiSDlaY 2 1 8
License Violations 2 1 5
Restriction/Safety Violations 1 3 2
Failure to Yield 3 1 3
Improper Lanes/ Passing
Assured Clear Distance
Fleeing/ Resistinq 1 1
Prohibited Rt. Turn on Red 2
Driving Under Suspension 1
Open Container. 1 1
Misrepresentation/Falsification
Disturbing The Peace/ Disorderly 1
Theft/Fraud 1
7ffenses Acainst Persons
Total Violations 61 50 89
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September '85
operty
Offenses
imal Offenses
Receiving Stolen Property 3
Failure To Stop After Accident 1
No Operator' s License 1
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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
Sept. 1985
30,369,000
1,012,000
1
507
1,486
Aug. 1985
27,253,000
879,000
383
1,423
Sept. 1984
28,215,000
940,000
467
1,577
MANAGER' S REPORT
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9 3 5
8 2 0
2 0 3
26 25 8
0 2 0
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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
September 1985 August 1985 September 1984
12,000,000(Est) 10,850,000(Est) 13,500,000(Est)
400,000(Est) 350,000(Est)
Not Available Not Available
450,000(Est)
5000'
1.70"
New plant construction was begun 9-6-84. New secondary clarifier in
service 9-13-85. Newa aeration tank on line 9-27-85.
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SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street MaintenanceHot Mix
Streets Swept (Hours)
Inlets Cleaned
Inlets Repaired &Adjusted
Grass Mowed (Acres)
Brush &C'lippings (Loads)
Leaf Pickup (Loads)
Snow Removal
Sept. 1985
Amount Manhours
4 12
25
18 32
48.5
64
2 35
3 17
64
Salt Water (Gallons)Dust Control 2000
Backhoe Worked (Days)
Aug. 1985
Amount Manhours
3
7
12
32
4 4000
Water Plant (Supplement) -
Waste Water Plant (Supplement) -
Other Projects (Hours) e A ta hm t
Welfare (Hours) - 1
Call Out 2 4
Vehicle Maintenance - 160
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Sign Permits
Special Interest Items
1-garage
5
0
0
2.5
37
89
72
15
22
176
49
2 4.5
80
1-garage
4
5
24
29
1
3
15
Sept. 1984
Amount Manhours
8
27
4
1-Addition
424
204
6
80
12
3
48
23
16
2.5
36
62
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VEHICLE MILEAGE:
FUEL UTILIZEVE
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1983 impala
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397.4 Gao£n6£
GRANVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Monthly Manager' s Repoit***
Month: Augdst 1985
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AOL ACTI VITIES PATROL ACTIVITIES PATROL ACTIVITIES
1king Tickets 117 Pakking Tic,ketj 43 Pakking Ticke6,( 54
IIIAKAc:Citation* 58 Thad dic Citations 48 Tma6 dic Citation,8 88
Mfid kic Stopb 44 TL/adific Stopb 44 TA1,66c£Stops 41
Tba&*£ c Dibect£on 154 Tbad Sic Direction 205 T) ta 66£e Direction 151
Vehicte Check,6 51 Vehicte Check.6 54 Vehiege Checlu 25
Hou,6 e Check,6 851 Houe Checks- 2014 Hoube Check6 533
Sujpiciout Pe6/ 606* 8 Su,6Picious Pe6*01)3
18 Su,6 picioud Per6on3 0
Emerq. 6 Fike A636. 66£ 16 Emet/g. 6 Fire A636,£13 I 3 Emet/g. 6 Fire A636£4 16
Other Dept. A66.666 £ 13 Other Dept. A. 3.Uts 13 Othek Dept. A63.66£ 6 16
Impounds 6 Towing 4 Impounds 6 Towing 4 Impound,6 6 Towinq 6
Foot Patiou 205 Foot Patto£3 243 Foot Patro,66 187
Un,6 ecute/ d Buitdinq,6 25 Unsecu,ted Buteding,6 28 Und ecured Buitdinqs 17
Moto6 t*£A63,66,t6 59 Motok6,,£t A66.66,8 76 Moto/6£3.t A631.6,8 59
Paot*t Time H( ou16/, ) 314 Pattot Time (Hou/ u )
406 Pattot Time C Hou/ w ) 330
COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES COMPLAINT ACTI VITIES COMPLAINT ACTIVITIES
Injuky Accident6 1 In iwi#Accident8 0 In iukq Acciden.£ 8 1
NonI-njtuqi Acciden6£ 15 Non-InjuA#Acciden<td 4 Non-Inf'( mt,Accideniz 10
Inveqa«tionb : Inve34qati.onb : Inve6g£a£t6,0/16 :
Comptaint6 124 Comptain,8 100 Comptaint<s 67
0660# 643 29 OttenseJ 10 0 6 Aen6 66 22
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U Fetony 0 Felony 5
MUdemeanot 12 Misdemeanok 3 M.8 demeanok 4
uFited: (12) Chakqu Fited: (5) Chcutg 66 Filed: (11 )
Fetonu 0 Fetonq 0
Fetonu 6
Misdemeanok 4
Mi,6 demeanor 3 Misdemeanor 1, 1
ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES ADMINISTRATIVE ACTI VITIES ADMINISTRATI VE ACTI VITIES
AdminS.p/eciat Detai6£, 457 Adthn£ .S/pecia£Deta3l£ 531 AdminS.p/eciat Detai£6 420 1 Se/LV,i.Ce,6 : Servicet : ServiCes:
Ma<LE 28 Mad 62 Make
Hand Detiveked Mal£
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66 Hand Detivete/d Mai£ 82 Hand Delivered Mal£ 37 Funet/ai Esco6*£ 4 Funeta/ t Eb coh6,( 1 FuneR,LE Ed cot/,6£ 3
Bank Esco/tt6 8 Bank E,6 Cott6 2 Bank EacO/6( 6 1
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MONTHLY FUND REPORT
ACCOUNT
EALANCE BALANCE FUND DESGRIF TION AT BEGAWING RECEIPTS DISBURSED AT ClONTH END ENCUMBERED UNENCUMBERED
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178,1(221.5(. 20,772. 56 44,959. 13 153,839. 48 00 153,8.9. 48
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226.38 326.42 00 4 326.42 9
16, B /KEV. NUE SHHRING 201
34,925.1 8.12
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1 C 1 DEBT SERVICE 6
2 le 27, 816.62 7, 779.52- 11, 061. 22 8. 975.88 8, 975. 88 124
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