Granville Community Calendar

Council Minutes June 18, 1986

1 REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING
VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
JUNE 18, 1986
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 Schnaidt
Councilmember Avery
Councilmember Eisenberg
Councilmember Rader
PUBLIC HEARING
Vice Mayor
Mayor
Law Director
Davison
Gallant
Drake
Ordinance No. 10-86 -An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 23-85
And Appropriate Funds For Capital Expenditures In The Equipment
Reserve Fund.
No one appeared to speak for or against this ordinance. Public
hearing closed at 7: 33 p.m..Action on this ordinance was held
for old business.
Ordinance No. 11-86 -An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 16-76.
The amendment proposed in Ordinance No. 11-86, would disallow
two family dwellings in the VRD and SRD Districts; rooming/
boarding houses and multi-family dwellings as a conditional use
in the VRD &VBD Districts.
Mayor Gallant announced that this was the time for citizens to
express their comments or concerns during the public hearing
held for this ordinance, and asked if anyone would like to speak.
Those who spoke to this issue were:
Ann Munro, 230 North Pearl Street, was first to speak. She
stated that she was present at the June 4, Council meeting, and
would not reiterate her statement made at that time, but felt
her point was mis-directed in principle by the media. She
realizes that there is an economic incentive to rent older homes
in the Village, but over the years the density has changed from
single family housing to two-family and multi-family at a fast rate. She said it' s unfortunate, but if conversions of this kind
continue at this pace, the Village will have a bigger problem in
the future.
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Janice Thiel, 210 S. Mulberry, commented that she couldn' t agree
more with Ms. Munro, and felt that Council needs to control the
problem now before it becomes worse.
Harold (Buck) Sargent, 133 South Pearl, stated, that we' ve
tried to control the problem, and it hasn' t worked. Now, it' s
time for Village Council, and the Development Commission to
control this problem.
Hal Dunham, 222 Summit, spoke up and said, "to give Council a
good example of what' s been going on, at least 10 years or more
now, 8-9 students have been living in the house next door to him,
with 1 car per student."He said they park illegally, have loud
parties continuously, there' s people coming and going every
night, the house: is like a "magnet".He said the students are
not educated to the laws of the Village, trash is now more of a
problem, giving a slum appearance to the neighborhood.
Bob Todd, 331 N. Pearl, stated that he too has lived with this
for ten years or more. When there is no owner or landlord present
at these rentals, the students have no discipline, and show no
respect for their rental nor for the neighbor' s property. If we
have to change the zoning then so be it, the landlords have
avoided their responsibility for too long. ,
Russ Potter, 219 Summit, agreed with Hal Dunham' s assessment
of the problem, particularly to the noise. He said the noise is
what bothered him the most, and commented that he was surprised
how nice it is since the students have left for the summer.
Guy Martin, 450 W. Maple Street, stated that within a 2 block
area, five homes are occupied by students. He said he works for
Denison, and can look at this like a two sided coin: he sees a
lot of kids at Denison, some are fine kids who want an education.
On the other side, the same student off-campus is complely*
different. He felt his neighborhood was deteriorating,
and -was concerned about his property' s value at this point.
Janice Thiel, wanted to know if it was possible for a property
to be converted back to it' s original single family use?
Rob Drake responded as said that if the ordinance passes,
and the present use of a house is stopped for one year, then it
would revert back to single family use.
Mayor Gallant said when problems surfaced in 1983, the definition
of family was more finely tuned and more restrictive. Which
allows only three people not related by blood, marriage or
adoption to reside in one dwelling unit.
Ms. Munro added, that the ordinance as proposed, is the only way
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to stop uncontrolled density growth.
Jim Hendrix, 129 West College, felt that the major problem is in
the definition of family and dwelling unit.
Mr. P. J. Smith, also asked about the definition of family
etc..
Mayor Gallant responded, and read aloud the definitions of
family, dwelling unit; dwelling single, two-family, and
multi-family, boarding houses etc.,as amended in 1983.
Mary Lou Koerner, 129 West Broadway, wanted to know if the
ordinance would prevent multi-family units.
Response to Ms. Koerner was yes, but would not affect
existing multi-family or two-family residences.
Bob Sandbrink, 312 S. Pearl, commented that most of the citizens
are fed up with the situation as it exists today. He said if it
takes more policemen to enforce the laws on the books, then lets
hire them. He said kids tear up their tickets and so do parents.
This could go on forever, he said, if it' s not stopped now.
Mayor Gallant acknowledged some phone messages from concerned
citizens favoring the zoning amendment. Copies of those are
hereby attached as part of these minutes.
Mayor Gallant also read aloud a series of suggestions he had
prepared to help with the internal control of the problems
presented this evening. A copy of those suggestions are hereby
attached as part of these minutes.
Lex Smith, Dean of Student Life at Denison University, stated
that Denison wants to cooperate with the residents. He said
students sign up in groups to live together off-campus, some as high as 8 or 9, but never has there been more than 140 students
living off-campus in one season. He said this number should
decrease. He confirmed that he has had discussions with Mr.
Dunham, and now has a better awareness of what' s going on. He
said he would be willing to work with Village officials and the residents to resolve these problems. Mr. Smith also stated that
if a student has violations, they become record. part of that student' s
Mike Sandy, Denison student, commented that the charges brought
forth this evening are tough to address, he said he has never
lived off-campus, but will be a senior this coming semester, and is looking forward to living off-campus. He wished that residents
would not generalize all students, he understood the situation, but not all students cause problems.
Bob Todd, commented that if residents do have problems with the
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students and call Denison security, they claim that it' s not
their problem. He felt there was a lack of communication between
Denison and Village enforcement.
Steve Cartnal, Chief of the Granville Police Department, commented
that violators for disturbing the peace, are given one
warning prior to midnight, if, it' s a warranted complaint. He
said 1986 was the Morst year for complaints. After midnight,
no warnings are given, and a citation is automatically written.
In the first half of 1986, 4 citations were given, but it is hard
to get probable cause: first the police get the complaint,
second, we must hear the noise 2-3 doors down, then we can cite
into court. He said you just can' t rush right in, you have to
have probable cause. He said citizens can however, file a
complaint.
Harvey Shapiro commented that if Council passes this ordinance,
and enforces ordinances in effect, and no citizens come in to
file their complaints, then it' s all for naught. He said residents
need take the time and responsibility to follow through
with their complaints.
John Cassell, 216 E. College St.,commented that two weeks ago
the residents filed a petition with Council asking for the
enforcement of existing laws: perhaps it' s time to hire more
policemen to the get the job done.
Chris Spriggs, Denison student, commented that the problems won' t
be solved until better relations are established between the
students and the community.
John Denune, 234 East Broadway, asked if the law could be changed
to require that the owner live in his house.
Response to Mr. Denune was, that one can not compel people
to live in a house they own.
Mr. Denune then asked if the college could have that
regulation?
Response to Mr. Denune was, that would be up to the college.
Joan Smith commented that it sounds like the residents are
having a hard time saying something positive about students. She
said if the students would respect the residents of the Village
and their properties, then they would respect the students.
Lex Smith said he would prefer to work through Mayor' s Court,
since Denison security has no jurisdiction in the Village.
Mayor Gallant felt there was no reason why Lex Smith could
not work with the Mayor' s Court.
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Harvey Shapiro, 329 E. College St.,commented one way to possibly
correct the situation would be to cite the property owner into
court.
Buck Sargent wanted to remind everyone about the possibility
of the drinking age reverting to age 21, which could, cause
more problems. Mr. Sargent wanted something done now before the
Village is faced with this problem too.
Hope Card, 225 S. Prospect St.,commented that there are two
rentals in her neighborhood, but no real problems have surfaced.
Roger Card, 225 S. Prospect St.,was not in favor of two family
or multi family being a conditional use: he said every resident
would be tied to a lifetime commitment of following what comes
before the Development Commission. He said presently, you can
count 15-20 houses that have been converted in the past 10 years.
Council has to draw the line somewhere, or it will continue to be
a serious problem.
Susan Klopp, 211 W. Elm, said she liked students, and students
style of living, and was not in favor of using the students as
scapegoats. She claimed she has never called the police -if she
has a complaint about students, she calls the landlord.
Emmett Buell, 217 W. Broadway, felt the college itself should
take a greatur responsibility, perhaps making it a privilege to
live off-campus. If there are too many complaints against a
particular student, then the privilege could be withdrawn. He
also asked if the college inspected these dwellings that students
are renting before they move in. He cited one student rental
where the roof had caved in.
With no new comments, questions or concerns voiced, the public
hearing closed at 9: 10 p.m..Action on this ordinance was held
for old business.
MINUTES
June 4, 1986 -Regular Council Meeting -Vice Mayor Davison
moved that the minutes be approved as submitted. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Garrett. Motion carried.
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CITIZENS' COMMENTS
Those who signed the· register were:
Margaret Pyle
Virginia Rappold
Billie J. Weaver
Ruby &Waler Curtis
Guy &Tina Martin
Wm. L. Davis
Marc H. Shulman
Harvey Shapiro
Foster E. Wyant
James Hendrix
Alexander Smith
Richard Sandy
Harold Sargent
Anne McCowen
Jeffery T. Croghan
Dorothy Garrett
Hal Dunham
Dorothy Brown
No additional comments,
time.
MAYOR' S REPORT
Carol Olson
Joan Smith
Bernie Smith
Bob Sandbrink
Judy Sandbrink
Georgio Denune
John Denune
Bill Wernet
Janice Thiel
John H. Thiel
Norm H. Koerner
Mary Lou Koerner
Carolyn Blum
Mildred Oliver
Margaret Ellis
Jeannette B. Pyle
Russell M. Potter
John D. Kessl*r
Gordon Conduit
E. Buell
Barbara Lucier
Dick Lucier
Roberta Falquet
R. Alan Falquet
Thomas R. Balent
Ann Munro
J. Nowack
David A. Kishler
John Cassell
R. J. Todd
Susan B. Lamson
Arabelle Reynolds
Rose Sara Muir
Susan Klopp
R. H. Mahard
Ellen Cooper
concerns or questions were made at this
The Mayor' s Report for the month of May 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 May was presented.
Manager Plunkett reviewed the report with members of Council and
added that Owens-Corning water use continues to be high.
Following review and discussion of the report, Councilmember
Rader moved that the Manager' s Report be approved. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Avery. Motion carried.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
Development Commission -Councilmember Avery commented that he
hadn' t been present at the Commissions meeting held June 12, so he did not have a report for this evening. He did mention
however, that the Commission held their reorganization meeting on
the 12th, and elected new officers. They are: Chairman-Harold
Buck) Sargent and Vice Chairman- JoAnn Morey.
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OLD BUSINESS
Ordinance No. 10-86, .A"n Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 23-85
And Appropriate Funds For Capital Expenditures In The Equipment
Reserve Fund",was moved for adoption by Vice Mayor Davison.
Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Roll call vote: Davisonyes,
Rader-yes, Eisenberg-yes, Avery-yes, Schnaidt-yes, Garrettyes,
Gallant-yes. Seven yes votes. Motion carried. Ordinance
No. 10-86 duly adopted.
Ordinance No. 11-86, "An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No.
16-76",was moved for adoption by Councilmember Schnaidt. Motion
seconded by Councilmember Avery.
Discussion: Members discussed the concerns voiced at
tonight' s hearing on Ordinance 11-86, and agreed that there is a
problem with single family dwellings being converted into either
two-family or multi-family dwellings, thereby increasing the
housing density of the Village, with no provisions made for
probable increases in such things as off-street parking, noise
pollution, litter control, etc.S.e.veral of the members felt
that the ordinance would not solve the problems voiced this
evening, but it would be a good start. Additional comments
were:
Mr. Avery was in favor of the ordinance. He did not feel it was
the total solution to the problem. He was not in favor of putting
the matter into the Development Commission' s lap.
Mr. Davison recommended that Council and Denison reinstate the
brochure "Guidelines For Good Neighbors",for distribution to
students, and make it mandatory reading.
Mr. Schnaidt felt with the ordinance in place it would be a good
start, but only a partial solution, other items will need to be
done on existing housing.
Mr. Eisenberg felt Council should allow some form of multifamily
housing, and would like* to see more discussion on the
matter. He said the ordinance would be a quick fix, but would
not solve the problems voiced this evening, only limit the
conversion of properties. He would like to see the ordinance
tabled until Council has had a chance to study the matter, and
perhaps enhance enforcement of existing legislation, or, initiate
a policy and/ or scheme for licensing, something with some teeth
in it. However, due to the amount of public sentiment voiced
this evening, Mr. Eisenberg felt Council owed citizens a strong
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Mr. Garrett was not in favor of the ordinance as written, too
broad a brush he said, and felt the door should be left open
until Council can look into this matter more closely, and conduct
a lot more discussion on solutions to the problem.
Mr. Gallant was sympathetic to the problem, but also felt that
the proposed amendment to the zoning ordinance was too absolute,
and was more in favor of conversions being a conditional use,
and; a policy to improve positive relationships between Denison
students and other Granville residents.
Councilmember Rader agreed with Mr. Schnaidt, the situation is
unique in Granville, most of the problems voiced this evening
have been caused by the students. He felt the university should
take a bigger role in alleviating problems caused by off-campus
students, and urged members to pass this ordinance.
With no further comments made, the clerk took a roll call vote
on the question: Schnaidt-yes, Avery-yes, Garrett-no, Eisenbergyes,
Rader-yes, Davison- yes, Gallant-no. Five yes votes, two no
votes. Motion carried. Ordinance No. 11-86 duly adopted.
BeechwoodT/hornewood
This item was moved to the end of the agenda. Discussion will be
conducted in an executive session.
NEW BUSINESS
Resolution No. 86-15, "A Resolution To Express Appreciation To
Hilda Mossman", was introduced and read in its entirety by
Councilmember Garrett.
Councilmember Garrett moved for passage of Resolution No.
86-15. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
Resolution No. 86-15 duly passed.
Receipt of Manager' s Proposed 1987 County Tax Budget
Councilmember Garrett moved that Council acknowledge receipt of
the Manager' s proposed 1987 County Tax Budget. Motion seconded
by Councilmember Rader. Motion carried.
Set Public Hearing For 1987 County Tax Budget
A public hearing was set at this time for the proposed 1987
County Tax Budget. The hearing will be held July 1, 1987, in
Village Council Chambers, at 7: 30 p.m..
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Receipt Of The Granville Development Commission' s Recommendation
Regarding The Zoning Amendment Proposed By H. William &Doris
Boltres, And Set The Date For A Public Hearing.
Receipt of the Granville Development Commission' s recommendation
on the proposed amendment was acknowledged by members. A public
hearing on this recommendation was made for July 16, 1986, in
Village Council Chambers, at 7: 30 p.m..
ADDITIONAL ITEMS BROUGHT FORTH NOT ON THE AGENDA
Members have been invited to a pre-breakfast at the Granville
Inn, July 4, 1986, at 9: 30 a.m.,.Those who are going to be in
the parade will meet at 10: 00 a.m.,in the first block of South
pearl Street.
Councilmember Rader moved that Council go into Executive Session
to discuss the BeechwoodT/hornewood matter. Motion 'seconded by
Councilmember Eisenberg. Motion carried. Time: 10: 00 p.m..
Councilmember Eisenberg moved that Council return to regular
session. Motion seconded by Councilmember Rader. Motion
carried. Time: 10: 10 p.m..
In open session, Councilmember Rader moved, and Vice Mayor
Davison seconded the motion, to instruct the Manager to publish
notice of intent to vacate Beechwood and Thornewood Drives, as
requested in the petition submitted by the Beechwood/
Thornewood Association. Council voted unanimously to adopt the
motion.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
July 17, 1986 -Council Worksession -7: 30 p.m. -Discussion for
the meeting will center on student housing.
Manager Plunkett said he would notify Lex Smith, Dean of
Student Life, at Denison, and; the new media.
Councilmember Garrett moved for adjournment. Motions seconded
by Councilmember Eisenberg. Motion carrj, 63-1
Meeting adjourned at 10: 24 p.m.. (
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May 102942* Clerk of 'Council
MAYOR'S COURT REPORT
May '86
Balance of Bond Monies from previous month$1120.00
Total Collected for present month 2668. 00
Amount paid to State (RRF &GRF) 650.00
Amount pald in refunds or overpayments 524. 00
mount paid into General Fund 2604. 00
alance bond monles remaining in account 662.00
April '86
1230.00
3581. 00
747.00
0-
3325. 00
1120. 00
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May '85
98
976. 00
5313. 00
1612. 00
446. 00
4395. 00
468. 00
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improper Lanes/ Pass ing
IlllKssured Clear Distance
Fleeing/Resisting
Drlving Under Suspension
arking Tickets Issued 120 132
Itations: 52 Complalnts: 10
Stop Slgn 3 il 6
Stop Signal 3 7 3
Speed 27 23 74
Improper Turn 2 2
Juvenile Court 2 0 8
Driving Under Influence of Alcohol 2 2 1
Reckless/ Improper Operation of Vehicle 0 0
Expired Plates/Improper Display 1 6 4
Llcense Violations 0 0 4
RestrictionS/afety Violations 0 3
Failure to Yield 0 0 3
0 0 0
0 0
0 0 0
Prohlblted Rt. Turn on Red 3 1
2 2 0
Open Container 1
MisrepresentationF/alsification 0 0 0
DIsturbing The Peace/ Disorderly 2 0 0
Theft/ Fraud 0 2 0
Offenses Against Persons 0 1 0
Total Violations 62 62 104
May '86
Property Offenses
Animal Offenses
Permitting person to hang outside of vehicle 3
Failure to file '
Backing without excersing vigilance
safety
Operation in willful or wanton disregard for 1
Expired registration
Passing bad checks 5
Criminal Damaging
Arson
1
1
Violation No. Violation Description Quantity
Fire hydrant, parking within 10 feet 2
Parking facine wrong direction 25
4 Parking in No Parking Zone 52
6 Overtime Parking 1
1 Parking within 20 feet of Intersection I8
9 Parking on lawn between sidewalk and curb 2
I 0 Parked too far from curb
11 , Parked on sidewalk
I 2 Parked over diagonal lines
72 HR ORD. Parked' over 72hr in same place 4
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MANAGER' S REPORT
WATER DEPARTMENT
Total Produced CMC)
Daily Average (MGD)
New Meter Install.
Cust. Svce. Requests
Meters Repaired
Meters Replaced
Final Readings
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
Total Treated (MG)
Daily Average (MGD)
Sludge Removed (MG)
May 1986
38. 030
1. 227
11. 569
0. 373
0
11
ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
1. Repaired one fire hydrant (leaking).
2. Replaced two fire hydrants (leaking).
3.
April 1986
35. 837
1. 195
13. 203
0. 440
May 1985
31. 713
1. 023
0
3
10. 850 (Est)
0. 350
Repaired four leaking water services (1-N. Plum St.,2-Thresher St.
1-E. Elm St.)
4. Installed 3" pressure reducing valve @water plant.
5. Open House at the Wastewater Plant was held May 24, 1986.
Notes
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Million Gallons Per Day
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1. 240
1. 244
1. 230
1. 339
1. 301
1. 292
1. 403
1. 330
1. 200
1. 241
1. 318
1. 245
1. 314
1. 265
1. 208
1. 141
1. 302
1. 193
1. 176
1. 173
1. 200
1. 202
1. 218
1. 134
1. 165
1. 154
1. 127
1. 137
1. 136
1. 115
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1. 227
1. 403
1. 115
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0. 626
0. 595
0. 558
0. 652
0. 647
0. 654
0. 683
0. 596
0. 514
0. 521
0. 624
0. 590
0. 582
0. 563
0. 546
0. 568
0. 559
0. 518
0. 487
0. 515
0. 546
0. 473
0. 536
0. 507
0. 511
0. 543
0. 515
0. 524
0. 522
0. 484
17. 418
0. 562
0. 683
0. 473
TOTAL PAGE NUMBER 1
MAY PAGE NUMBER 1
GRANVILLE WATER CONSUMPTION
GRANVILLE DEPT. OF UTILITIES
MAY 1986
Manager' s Report
Page III
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
New Signs
Signs Replaced
Street Maintenance (Hot 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 Projects (Hours)
Velfare (Hours)
Call Out
Vehicle Maintenance
Special Interest Items
ZONING
Building Permits
Remodeling Permits
Sidewalk Permits
Demolition Permits
Special Interest Items
3
3
17
Ma 1986
Amount Manhours
26
157
88
9
77
191
160
40
42
A ril 1986
Amount Manhours
2
3
12
154
16
91
153
17
65
52
160
Ma 1985
Amount Manhours
1
10
15
6. 5
62
87
106
181
160
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PATRCTIVITIES PATROL ACTI VITIES PATROL ACTIVITIES
Ticke18 120 Pakking Ticke,ta 132 Palking Ticke8£ 98
Dullc Citattond 62 Tbad dic Cttdion* 58 Tka66c,(Citation 104
TAad kic StoM 62 TUAA'Ce Stopd 60 1-ka&6'le Stopa 46
Tkaddic DiAection 133 TkaSSiC PULection 139 Th6&6,<c ·Vikeetion 255
Vehiete Checks 77 Ve#ticte Checks 67 Vehicle Checlu 67
House Checks 448 Hoube Chedu 465 Houe Check8 713
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Proposal for Fostering Positive Neighborhood Relationships
Between Denison Students and Other Granville Residents
1. Pass an ordinance or strengthen existing ordinances which
would hold occupants and/ or landlords responsible for
conditions at a residential property which are offensive
or disruptive to the general public.
2. Strict enforcement of existing ordinances and policies
disturbing the peace, littering, definition of "family").
Persons found guilty of violating existing ordinances
will receive stiff and community service obligations.
3. Spring meeting of Denison students who will live the off-campus next academic year.
a. Purpose: To inform students of their rights and
responsibilities as off-campus residents and to apprise
them of Village ordinances pertinent to these topics.
b. Responsibility: Meeting organized and conducted by
representatives from Village Council and Denison' s Student Life Office.
C. Attendance: Denison students, representative Granville
residents, representative from the Licking County Fair Housing Office.
4. Spring meeting of landlords who rent to Denison students.
a) Purpose: To inform landlords of their rights and
responsibilities and to apprise them of Village
ordinances appropriate to these topics.
b) Responsibility: Meeting organized and conducted by a member of Council or a person appointed by Council.
c) Attendance: Landlords, representative Granville
residents, representative from Licking County Fair Housing Office.
5. Organization of student/ resident neighborhood councils.
a) Purpose: To provide a formal organization for student/ resident facet-o-face contact, dialogue, and prevention and resolution of problems.
b) Responsibility: Neighborhood councils initiated and overseen by a committee appointed by Village Council.
Proposal for Fostering Positive Neighborhood Relationships
Between Denison Students and Other Granville Residents.
Page 2 of 2
c) Procedures:
1) Neighborhood districts -Village divided into such
number of neighborhood districts as necessary to
include Denison student residents and other nearby
residents.
2) Organization of councils -Each council elect one
co-chairperson from student residents and one from
non student residents. Other officers elected as
desired.
3) Meetings -Councils meet at least annually and as
requested by either or both co-chairpersons.
Records of attendance will be kept.
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